Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

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SensetextWordLanguagePart-of-speechGlossTopicsTags
-vacEnglishsuffixUsed in the naming of computer systems and computer models, due to the use of vacuum tubes as the functional elements of computers of the time.business computing engineering literature marketing mathematics media natural-sciences physical-sciences publishing science-fiction sciencesdated morpheme obsolete
-vacEnglishsuffixUsed in the naming of vacuum cleaner models.business marketingmorpheme
-হন্তEarly Assamesesuffixenclitic suffix indicates connection.morpheme
-হন্তEarly Assamesesuffixhonorific suffix for pronouns.morpheme
AbingtonEnglishnameA placename: / The villages and civil parishes of Great Abington and Little Abington in South Cambridgeshire, Cambridgeshire, England, known as The Abingtons.countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA placename: / A suburb of Northampton, West Northamptonshire, Northamptonshire, England, previously in Northampton borough (OS grid ref SP7861).countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA placename: / A village in South Lanarkshire council area, Scotland (OS grid ref NS9323).countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA placename: / A civil parish and townland in County Limerick, Ireland.countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA placename: / A civil parish in County Tipperary, Ireland.countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Pomfret, Windham County, Connecticut.countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Mercer County, Illinois.countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township and unincorporated community therein, in Wayne County, Indiana.countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Plymouth County, southeastern Massachusetts, south of Boston.countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia.countable uncountable
AbingtonEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable
AchaeusLatinadjof or pertaining to Achaea (A region in southern Greece)adjective declension-1 declension-2
AchaeusLatinadjof or pertaining to Greece as a wholeadjective declension-1 declension-2 uncommon
AwadhiEnglishnameAn Indo-Aryan language spoken in India and Nepal that is considered to be a part of the Eastern Hindi languages.
AwadhiEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Awadh in India.
BadaxozGaliciannameBadajoz (a province of Extremadura, Spain)
BadaxozGaliciannameBadajoz (a city, the provincial capital of Badajoz, Spain)
CatholicizeEnglishverbTo make Catholic; to convert to Catholicism.transitive
CatholicizeEnglishverbTo become Catholic; to convert to Catholicism.intransitive
Cayman IslandsEnglishnameThree islands in the Caribbean Sea constituting an overseas territory of the United Kingdom.
Cayman IslandsEnglishnameoffshore bank accounts based in the Cayman Islands.metonymically
Cayman IslandsEnglishnametax havensbroadly figuratively
Chinese truffleEnglishnounA species of truffle, Tuber sinense, native to China.
Chinese truffleEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see Chinese, truffle.
DundasEnglishnameA habitational surname from Scottish Gaelic.countable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / Ellipsis of Dundas Street.; A street in Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, Canadaabbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A district and former town in Hamilton, Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Ontario, Canada.countable uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A city in Rice County, Minnesota.countable uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Vinton County, Ohio.countable uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Lunenburg County, Virginia.countable uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Woodville, Calumet County, Wisconsin.countable uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in Australia: / A suburb of Sydney, in the City of Parramatta, New South Wales.countable uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in Australia: / A rural locality in the Somerset Region of Queensland.countable uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in Australia: / A historical mining locality near Zeehan, western Tasmania, where dundasite was discovered.countable uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in Australia: / An abandoned town in Goldfields-Esperance region, Western Australia.countable uncountable
DundasEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in Australia: / A local government area, Shire of Dundas, in the same region of Western Australia.countable uncountable
EcuadorianEnglishnounA person from Ecuador or of Ecuadorian descent.
EcuadorianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Ecuador or the Ecuadorian people.not-comparable
EuHunsriknouneggneuter
EuHunsriknountesticlecolloquial neuter
FlackEast Central Germannounstain, spot, blot, fleck, smearErzgebirgisch masculine
FlackEast Central Germannouncorner, spot (part or region)Erzgebirgisch masculine
GambiaYorubanameGambia (a country in West Africa)
GambiaYorubanameRiver Gambia (a river in West Africa)
GartenGermannoungarden, yard (grounds at the front or back of a house)masculine strong
GartenGermannoungarden (outdoor area containing one or more types of plants, usually plants grown for food or ornamental purposes)masculine strong
GartenGermannounorchard (garden or an area of land for the cultivation of fruit or nut trees)masculine strong
GemborysPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
GemborysPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
GędekPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
GędekPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
HermioneLatinnameHermionehuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek declension-1
HermioneLatinnameA city of Argolisdeclension-1
HershelEnglishnameA male given name from Yiddish.
HershelEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
IntervallGermannouninterval (distance in time)neuter strong
IntervallGermannounintervalmathematics sciencesneuter strong
IustinianusLatinnamea male given name from Iūstīnus, feminine equivalent Iūstīniāna, equivalent to Koine Greek Ἰουστινιανός (Ioustinianós) or English Justiniandeclension-2
IustinianusLatinnameJustinian: / Justiniandeclension-2
IustinianusLatinadjJustinian, Justinianian; of, belonging to, pertaining to, or relating to the emperors Jūstīnus (Justin) or Jūstīniānus (Justinian)adjective declension-1 declension-2
JaxsonEnglishnameA male given name transferred from the surname, of modern usage, variant of Jackson.
JaxsonEnglishnameA surname of modern usage, variant of Jackson
JosefGermannameJosephbiblical lifestyle religionmasculine proper-noun strong
JosefGermannamea male given name from Hebrew, equivalent to English Josephmasculine proper-noun strong
KhabarovskEnglishnameA krai of Russia, in the Russian Far East.
KhabarovskEnglishnameA city, the administrative center of Khabarovsk Krai, Russia.
KontrahentGermannounopponent, rival, antagonistmasculine weak
KontrahentGermannouncontracting legal subject, counterpartymasculine weak
KuperEnglishnameA surname.countable
KuperEnglishnameFormer name of Penelakut. Ellipsis of Kuper Island. An island in Strait of Georgia, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canadacountable uncountable
LebenshaltungGermannounway of life, lifestylefeminine
LebenshaltungGermannounstandard of livingalt-of feminine standard
MarkusGermannameMark the Evangelist (biblical character).
MarkusGermannamea male given name
MichaelmasEnglishnameA Christian feast celebrated on the 29th of September in honour of the archangel Michael.
MichaelmasEnglishnameEllipsis of Michaelmas term.education lawIreland UK abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
MálagaSpanishnameMálaga (a province of Andalusia, Spain; capital: Málaga)feminine
MálagaSpanishnameMálaga (a city in Málaga, Spain)feminine
OudendijkDutchnameA village and former municipality of Koggenland, Noord-Holland, Netherlands.neuter
OudendijkDutchnameA hamlet in Altena, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands.neuter
OudendijkDutchnameA hamlet in Hoeksche Waard, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.neuter
OudendijkDutchnameA hamlet in Hoeksche Waard, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.neuter
PerezTagalognamea common surname from Spanish: Perez, Pérez
PerezTagalognamePerez (a municipality in eastern Quezon, Philippines, on the northwestern tip of Alabat island)
PerezTagalognameA barangay of Trece Martires, Cavite, Philippines
PerezTagalognameA barangay of Calauan, Laguna, Philippines
PolarisEnglishnameα Ursae Minoris, a trinary star in the constellation Ursa Minor located near the north celestial pole for the last 1500 years.astronomy natural-sciences
PolarisEnglishnameA type of U.S. ballistic missile, capable of carrying a nuclear warhead and designed to be launched from a submarine.
RasseGermannounrace (subspecies), breedfeminine
RasseGermannounquality, class, classiness, temperamentfeminine uncountable
SesselGermannounarmchair, easy chair (comfortable chair with supports for the arms or elbows)Germany Switzerland masculine strong
SesselGermannounchair (any item of furniture used for sitting by one person)Austria masculine strong
U CòmisuSiciliannameComiso (a city in the province of Ragusa, Sicily, Italy)masculine
U CòmisuSiciliannamea surnamemasculine
UmgangsspracheGermannouncolloquial language, colloquialismhuman-sciences linguistics sciencesfeminine
UmgangsspracheGermannounvernacular, non-standard languagehuman-sciences linguistics sciencesfeminine
VerschachtelungGermannounnestingfeminine
VerschachtelungGermannouninterleavingfeminine
VerschandelerGermannounagent noun of verschandelnagent form-of masculine strong
VerschandelerGermannounagent noun of verschandeln / one who disfigures or ruins somethingmasculine strong
Vrǫme̩schLimburgishnounwoman (adult female human)neuter
Vrǫme̩schLimburgishnounwifeneuter
WanrongEnglishnameA county of Yuncheng, Shanxi, China.
WanrongEnglishnameA mountain indigenous township in Hualien County, Taiwan.
WeideGermannounpasturefeminine
WeideGermannounfeedfeminine obsolete
WeideGermannounwillowfeminine
WiderspruchGermannounobjection, protestmasculine strong
WiderspruchGermannouncontradictionmasculine strong
WorcesterEnglishnameA city and local government district in and the county town of Worcestershire, England.
WorcesterEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States.
WorcesterEnglishnameA town in Limpopo, South Africa.
WorcesterEnglishnameA town in Western Cape, South Africa.
WorcesterEnglishnameEllipsis of Worcester College, Oxford..abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal
aboBikol Centralnounash (the solid remains of a fire), cinder
aboBikol Centralnountephra; volcanic ash
aboBikol Centralnoungreycolor
aboBikol Centralnouncough
aboBikol Centralnountigertooth croaker (Otolithes ruber)
absoluteEnglishadjFree of restrictions, limitations, qualifications or conditions; unconditional.
absoluteEnglishadjFree of restrictions, limitations, qualifications or conditions; unconditional. / Unrestricted by laws, a constitution, or parliamentary or judicial or other checks; (legally) unlimited in power, especially if despotic.
absoluteEnglishadjFree of restrictions, limitations, qualifications or conditions; unconditional. / Unrestricted by laws, a constitution, or parliamentary or judicial or other checks; (legally) unlimited in power, especially if despotic. / Characteristic of an absolutist ruler: domineering, peremptory.
absoluteEnglishadjFree from imperfection, perfect, complete; especially, perfectly embodying a quality in its essential characteristics or to its highest degree.
absoluteEnglishadjPure, free from mixture or adulteration; unmixed.
absoluteEnglishadjComplete, utter, outright; unmitigated, not qualified or diminished in any way.
absoluteEnglishadjPositive, certain; unquestionable; not in doubt.
absoluteEnglishadjCertain; free from doubt or uncertainty (e.g. a person, opinion or prediction).archaic
absoluteEnglishadjFundamental, ultimate, intrinsic; not relative; independent of references or relations to other things or standards.human-sciences philosophy sciencesespecially
absoluteEnglishadjIndependent of arbitrary units of measurement, standards, or properties; not comparative or relative. / Having reference to or derived in the simplest manner from the fundamental units of mass, time, and length.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
absoluteEnglishadjIndependent of arbitrary units of measurement, standards, or properties; not comparative or relative. / Relating to the absolute temperature scale (based on absolute zero); kelvin.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
absoluteEnglishadjIndependent of arbitrary units of measurement, standards, or properties; not comparative or relative.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
absoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Syntactically connected to the rest of the sentence in an atypical manner, or not relating to or depending on it, like in the nominative absolute or genitive absolute, accusative absolute or ablative absolute.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a case form
absoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Lacking a modified substantive, like "hungry" in "feed the hungry".grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof an adjective or possessive pronoun
absoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Expressing a relative term without a definite comparison, like "older" in "an older person should be treated with respect".grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a comparative or superlative
absoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Positive; not graded (not comparative or superlative).grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof an adjective form
absoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Having no direct object, like "kill" in "if looks could kill".grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a usually transitive verb
absoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Being or pertaining to an inflected verb that is not preceded by any number of particles or compounded with a preverb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof Celtic languages
absoluteEnglishadjAs measured using an absolute value.mathematics sciences
absoluteEnglishadjIndicating an expression that is true for all real numbers, or of all values of the variable; unconditional.mathematics sciences
absoluteEnglishadjPertaining to a grading system based on the knowledge of the individual and not on the comparative knowledge of the group of students.education
absoluteEnglishadjIndependent of (references to) other arts; expressing things (beauty, ideas, etc) only in one art.art arts dance dancing entertainment hobbies lifestyle music sports
absoluteEnglishadjIndicating that a tenure or estate in land is not conditional or liable to terminate on (strictly) any occurrence or (sometimes contextually) certain kinds of occurrence.lawformal postpositional
absoluteEnglishadjAbsolved; free.obsolete
absoluteEnglishnounThat which exists (or has a certain property, nature, size, etc) independent of references to other standards or external conditions; that which is universally valid; that which is not relative, conditional, qualified or mitigated.
absoluteEnglishnounIn a plane, the two imaginary circular points at infinity; in space of three dimensions, the imaginary circle at infinity.geometry mathematics sciences
absoluteEnglishnounA realm which exists without reference to anything else; that which can be imagined purely by itself; absolute ego.human-sciences philosophy sciencescapitalized usually
absoluteEnglishnounThe whole of reality; the totality to which everything is reduced; the unity of spirit and nature; God.human-sciences philosophy sciencescapitalized usually
absoluteEnglishnounA concentrated natural flower oil, used for perfumes; an alcoholic extract of a concrete.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
absurdismeNorwegian Bokmålnounabsurdism (the philosophy which holds that the universe is chaotic and irrational and that any attempt to impose order will ultimately fail)human-sciences philosophy sciencesmasculine
absurdismeNorwegian Bokmålnounabsurdist fiction (direction in literature and drama which highlights the absurdity of life)literature media publishingmasculine
absurdismeNorwegian Bokmålnounan absurdism or absurdity (that which is absurd; an absurd thought or action)masculine
acerrimoItalianadjsuperlative degree of acreform-of superlative
acerrimoItalianadjbitter (of an enemy)
acidizeEnglishverbTo impregnate with acid; acidify.
acidizeEnglishverbTo treat (a limestone or sandstone formation) with HCl or HF to enlarge void spaces in it.business energy geography geology natural-sciences petroleum physical-sciences physics
aedWelshverbimpersonal preterite of myndform-of impersonal literary preterite
aedWelshverbthird-person singular imperative of myndform-of imperative literary singular third-person
aequorLatinnouneven surfacedeclension-3 neuter
aequorLatinnouneven surface of the sea in its quiet state; the calm, smooth sea; the sea leveldeclension-3 neuter
aequorLatinnounthe sea (even when agitated by storms)declension-3 neuter
aequorLatinnounthe plaindeclension-3 neuter
aequorLatinverbfirst-person singular present passive indicative of aequōfirst-person form-of indicative passive present singular
agbanrereYorubanouna species of large antelope (in particular) roan antelope
agbanrereYorubanounrhinoceros (traditionally, rhinoceros did not live in the range of Yorubaland)modern
agbanrereYorubanounnickname for a unicorn-like creaturehuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciences
agewPangasinannounsun
agewPangasinannounday
aigretteEnglishnounA feather or plume, or feather-shaped item, used as an adornment or ornament.
aigretteEnglishnounThe lesser white heron.biology natural-sciences ornithology
aigretteEnglishnounThe feathery crown of some seeds (such as the dandelion).
airEnglishnounThe substance constituting Earth's atmosphere / understood as one of the four elements of the ancient Greeks and Romans.alchemy climatology human-sciences meteorology natural-sciences philosophy pseudoscience sciencescountable historical uncountable
airEnglishnounThe substance constituting Earth's atmosphere / understood as a particular local substance with supposed effects on human health.climatology medicine meteorology natural-sciences sciencescountable historical uncountable
airEnglishnounThe substance constituting Earth's atmosphere / understood as a gaseous mixture of nitrogen, oxygen, and various trace gases.climatology meteorology natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
airEnglishnounThe substance constituting Earth's atmosphereclimatology meteorology natural-sciencesuncountable
airEnglishnounThe apparently open space above the ground which this substance fills, (historical) formerly thought to be limited by the firmament but (meteorology) now considered to be surrounded by the near vacuum of outer space.countable uncountable usually with the
airEnglishnounA breeze; a gentle wind.countable uncountable
airEnglishnounA feeling or sense.countable uncountable
airEnglishnounA sense of poise, graciousness, or quality.countable uncountable
airEnglishnounPretension; snobbishness; pretence that one is better than others.countable plural-normally uncountable
airEnglishnounA song, especially a solo; an aria.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
airEnglishnounNothing; absence of anything.countable informal uncountable
airEnglishnounAn air conditioner or the processed air it produces.countable uncountable
airEnglishnounAny specific gas.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable obsolete uncountable
airEnglishnounA jump in which one becomes airborne.hobbies lifestyle skateboarding snowboarding sportscountable uncountable
airEnglishnounA television or radio signal; (by extension) media broadcasts in general.countable uncountable
airEnglishnounPublicity.uncountable
airEnglishverbTo bring (something) into contact with the air, so as to freshen or dry it.transitive
airEnglishverbTo let fresh air into (a room or a building), to ventilate.transitive
airEnglishverbTo give voice to, to make public (an opinion etc.).transitive
airEnglishverbTo discuss varying viewpoints on a given topic.
airEnglishverbTo broadcast (a television show etc.).transitive
airEnglishverbTo be broadcast.intransitive
airEnglishverbTo ignore (a person).Britain Multicultural-London-English slang transitive
airEnglishverbPronunciation spelling of are.alt-of pronunciation-spelling
ajkëAlbaniannouncreamfeminine
ajkëAlbaniannounscum (of milk)feminine
ajkëAlbaniannounclotted creamdialectal feminine
ajkëAlbaniannounwool grease, hair greasefeminine
ajkúHungarianadj-lipped, with a …… lip or lips (having a specific kind or number of lip[s])not-comparable
ajkúHungarianadj-speaking, -phoneformal not-comparable
akétsohNavajonounbig toe
akétsohNavajonounhalluxanatomy medicine sciences
albánHungarianadjAlbanian (of or relating to Albania, its people or language)not-comparable
albánHungariannounAlbanian (person)countable uncountable
albánHungariannounAlbanian (language)countable uncountable
alcoholímetroGaliciannounbreathalyzermasculine
alcoholímetroGaliciannounalcoholometermasculine
alentarSpanishverbto encourage, animatetransitive
alentarSpanishverbto gather up one's couragereflexive
alentarSpanishverbto slow down, become slowLatin-America
alentarSpanishverbto become or behave as a shy, shameful or fearful personMexico reflexive
almaqAzerbaijaniverbto takeditransitive
almaqAzerbaijaniverbto buyditransitive
almaqAzerbaijaniverbto receive, gettransitive
almaqAzerbaijaniverbto wed a womantransitive
almaqAzerbaijaniverbto arrange for someone else to wed a womanditransitive
alurMalayverbto flow (to move as a fluid)intransitive
alurMalaynounriver (large stream which drains a landmass)
amancebarPortugueseverbto live with a person, such as a mistress or concubine, without a legal or formal unionof a man reflexive usually
amancebarPortugueseverbto form an evil or unlawful alliance with someonederogatory reflexive
amancebarPortugueseverbto be or become completely used to an addiction or vicefiguratively reflexive
amarRomanianadjbitter, rancidmasculine neuter of food
amarRomanianadjbitter, rudemasculine neuter of a person
amhantarIrishnounchance, venturemasculine
amhantarIrishnounlucky find, windfallmasculine
anachronizmPolishnounanachronism (person or thing which seems to belong to a different time or period of time)inanimate literary masculine
anachronizmPolishnounanachronism (chronological mistake; the erroneous dating of an event, circumstance, or object)inanimate literary masculine
anellareItalianverbto girdletransitive
anellareItalianverbto ring (birds)transitive
anghitTagalognounbody odor (of one's armpits)
anghitTagalognounrepulsive odor of goats and similar animals
anhabenGermanverbto wear; to have on (a piece of clothing) see usage notesirregular transitive
anhabenGermanverbto have turned on; to have on (an electronic device)irregular transitive
anhabenGermanverbto harm, to hurtconstrued with indefinite pronoun ditransitive infinitive irregular
annehmenGermanverbto assume, to suppose (as given)class-4 strong transitive
annehmenGermanverbto take on, to assume (a role, form, etc.)class-4 strong transitive
annehmenGermanverbto take care of, to take on (a duty, a responsibility)class-4 reflexive strong with-genitive
annehmenGermanverbto reach, to attain (some degree)class-4 strong transitive
annehmenGermanverbto accept (help, an offer, an invitation, a challenge, a gift, etc.)class-4 strong transitive
annehmenGermanverbto adopt (a child)class-4 strong transitive
annehmenGermanverbto be touched by; to care much about; to have oneself be impressed by; to feel responsible forclass-4 colloquial reflexive regional strong with an indefinite pronoun and von
antiikkiFinnishnounThe Antiquity, classical antiquity (the age between Homer and the Middle Ages).uncountable
antiikkiFinnishnounA group noun for antiques or antiquities (old pieces of furniture or other items).uncountable
antiikkiFinnishadjantiquerare
apocarCatalanverbto diminish, to reduceBalearic Central Valencian transitive
apocarCatalanverbto belittle, to humiliateBalearic Central Valencian figuratively transitive
apocarCatalanverbto diminish, to shrinkBalearic Central Valencian intransitive takes a reflexive pronoun
apocarCatalanverbto belittle oneselfBalearic Central Valencian figuratively takes a reflexive pronoun
arborEnglishnounA shady sitting place or pergola usually in a park or garden, surrounded by climbing shrubs, vines or other vegetation.
arborEnglishnounA grove of trees.
arborEnglishnounAn axis or shaft supporting a rotating part on a lathe.
arborEnglishnounA bar for supporting cutting tools.
arborEnglishnounA spindle of a wheel.
artTurkishadjhind, rear
artTurkishnounback
artTurkishnounthe other side
ascendereItalianverbto go up, to ascend, to rise [auxiliary essere] / to go up, to ascend, to risealso figuratively intransitive
ascendereItalianverbto amount to, to sum to [auxiliary essere] / to amount to, to sum tofiguratively intransitive
ascendereItalianverbto ascend, to climb [auxiliary avere] / to ascend, to climbliterary transitive
asiniyPlains Creenounstoneanimate
asiniyPlains Creenounbulletanimate
aspideItaliannounvernacular name of various venomous ophidiansmasculine
aspideItaliannounSynonym of cobra egiziano (“Egyptian cobra”): aspmasculine
aspideItaliannouna malicious or malevolent personfiguratively masculine
aspideItaliannouna kind of cannon similar to a culverinmasculine
assistenzaItaliannounassistancefeminine
assistenzaItaliannounattendancefeminine
auralEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the ear.
auralEnglishadjOf or pertaining to sound.
auralEnglishadjOf or pertaining to an aura.
avertissementFrenchnounwarningmasculine
avertissementFrenchnounyellow card, booking, cautionhobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
badiaItaliannounabbeyfeminine
badiaItaliannounabundance; well-beingfeminine figuratively
beefsteakEnglishnoun(A) steak cut from beef cattle.countable uncountable
beefsteakEnglishnounEllipsis of beefsteak plant, also known as perilla and shiso (Perilla frutescens var. crispa).abbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis
beefsteakEnglishnounEllipsis of beefsteak plant, also known as perilla and shiso (Perilla frutescens var. crispa). / The herb prepared from the leaves of the beefsteak plant.uncountable
beefsteakEnglishnounEllipsis of beefsteak tomato.abbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis
beefsteakEnglishnounEllipsis of beefsteak mushroom.abbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis
beefsteakEnglishnounA celebratory dinner, commonly held in New York between about 1870 and 1940 involving the consumption of enormous quantities of broiled steak and beer.archaic countable
beinRomanschadvwellSursilvan
beinRomanschadvbeautifullySursilvan
beinRomanschadvyes (used to disagree with a negative statement)Sursilvan
beinRomanschnounfarmSursilvan masculine
bejönHungarianverbto come in, to enter (somewhere -ba/-be)intransitive
bejönHungarianverbto come off, to succeedcolloquial intransitive
bejönHungarianverbto appeal, to be liked, to clickcolloquial intransitive
bestemtNorwegian Nynorskadjdefinite, fixed, set, settled
bestemtNorwegian Nynorskadjcertain, particular
bhuaitheScottish Gaelicpronfrom him
bhuaitheScottish Gaelicpronfrom it
bind hand and footEnglishverbTie up (someone's) hands and feet.transitive
bind hand and footEnglishverbPrevented from doing what one wishes.figuratively transitive
bić pokłonyPolishverbto prostrate, to take a knee, to bowidiomatic imperfective intransitive
bić pokłonyPolishverbto tug one's forelock, to bow and scrapeidiomatic imperfective intransitive
blindnessEnglishnounThe condition of being blind; unable to see.uncountable usually
blindnessEnglishnounWant of intellectual or moral discernment; mental darkness; ignorance, heedlessness.figuratively uncountable usually
blindnessEnglishnounconcealmentobsolete uncountable usually
blinkEnglishverbTo close and reopen both eyes quickly. / To close and reopen one's eyes to remove (something) from on or around the eyes.intransitive transitive
blinkEnglishverbTo close and reopen both eyes quickly. / To wink; to twinkle with, or as with, the eye.intransitive
blinkEnglishverbTo close and reopen both eyes quickly. / To see with the eyes half shut, or indistinctly and with frequent winking, as a person with weak eyes.intransitive
blinkEnglishverbTo close and reopen both eyes quickly. / To shine, especially with intermittent light; to twinkle; to flicker; to glimmer, as a lamp.intransitive
blinkEnglishverbTo close and reopen both eyes quickly. / To glance.Tyneside intransitive obsolete
blinkEnglishverbTo close and reopen both eyes quickly.intransitive
blinkEnglishverbTo flash on and off at regular intervals. / To flash headlights on a car at.
blinkEnglishverbTo flash on and off at regular intervals. / To send a signal with a lighting device.
blinkEnglishverbTo flash on and off at regular intervals.
blinkEnglishverbTo perform the smallest action that could solicit a response.excessive
blinkEnglishverbTo have the slightest doubt, hesitation or remorse.in negative constructions
blinkEnglishverbTo shut out of sight; to evade; to shirk.transitive
blinkEnglishverbTo turn slightly sour, or blinky, as beer, milk, etc.
blinkEnglishverbTo teleport, mostly for short distances.literature media publishing science-fiction video-games
blinkEnglishnounThe act of quickly closing both eyes and opening them again.countable uncountable
blinkEnglishnounThe time needed to close and reopen one's eyes.countable figuratively uncountable
blinkEnglishnounA text formatting feature that causes text to disappear and reappear as a form of visual emphasis.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
blinkEnglishnounA glimpse or glance.countable uncountable
blinkEnglishnoungleam; glimmer; sparkleUK countable dialectal uncountable
blinkEnglishnounThe dazzling whiteness about the horizon caused by the reflection of light from fields of ice at sea; iceblinknautical transportcountable uncountable
blinkEnglishnounBoughs cast where deer are to pass, in order to turn or check them.hobbies lifestyle sportscountable in-plural uncountable
blinkEnglishnounAn ability that allows teleporting, mostly for short distancesvideo-gamescountable uncountable
blinkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto twinkle (shine with a flickering light)
blinkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto blink (a quick closing and reopening of both eyes)
blinkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto turn a light repeatedly on and off
blinkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto indicate (signal, in a vehicle, the intention to turn right or left)
bluetEnglishnounAny of several different plants, from several genera, having bluish flowers. / Centaurea, a plant genus in the family Asteraceae
bluetEnglishnounAny of several different plants, from several genera, having bluish flowers. / Several plant genera in the family Rubiaceae, notably Houstonia and Oldenlandiopsis.
bluetEnglishnounAny of several different plants, from several genera, having bluish flowers.
bluetEnglishnounAny of several small damselfly species, including the genera Coenagrion and Enallagma.
bonyolítHungarianverbto entangle somethingrare transitive
bonyolítHungarianverbto complicate matters, involvefiguratively transitive
bonyolítHungarianverbto plot (to advance the plot of a novel, drama, etc. through conflicts and action)of a writer transitive
bonyolítHungarianverbto handle, manage, transact (e.g. business)formal transitive
bozarmaqAzerbaijaniverbto become greyintransitive
bozarmaqAzerbaijaniverbto become cloudyintransitive
bozarmaqAzerbaijaniverbto fade, to lose colorintransitive
bozarmaqAzerbaijaniverbto start frying or boiling (of meat)intransitive
bozarmaqAzerbaijaniverbto start to ripenintransitive
bozarmaqAzerbaijaniverbto be reply in a insolvent or rude wayintransitive
braynMiddle EnglishnounThe brain or cerebrum; the organ of thought.
braynMiddle EnglishnounBrain matter; the substance the brain is made of.
braynMiddle EnglishnounThe brains of animals used as food.
braynMiddle EnglishnounOne's capacity of thought; the mind.
braynMiddle EnglishnounBone marrow; the substance inside bones.
brunnurFaroesenounwellmasculine
brunnurFaroesenounwellspring, springmasculine
brunnurFaroesenounroom in boat with sea water for transporting farmed fishmasculine
brunnurFaroesenounbox in boat for an outboard motormasculine
bump and grindEnglishnounA sexually suggestive dance involving exaggerated hip movements, especially a striptease dance.countable idiomatic uncountable
bump and grindEnglishnounA combination of movements resembling such a dance, as in road racing, whitewater kayaking, or exercising; any activity involving prolonged jarring or shaking.broadly countable uncountable
bump and grindEnglishverbTo perform such a dance or such movements.idiomatic
burlEnglishnounA tree growth in which the grain has grown in a deformed manner; a burr knot.countable uncountable
burlEnglishnounWood of a mottled veneer, usually cut from such a growth.countable uncountable
burlEnglishnounA knot or lump in thread or cloth.countable uncountable
burlEnglishverbTo remove the knots in cloth.
buttazProto-Germanicadjcut off; chopped; stumpyGermanic West reconstruction
buttazProto-Germanicnounend; piecemasculine reconstruction
bálkkašitNorthern Samiverbto reward
bálkkašitNorthern Samiverbto pay back
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 仼
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 宾
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 彬
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 攸
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 斌
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 梱
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 椕
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 檳/槟
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 汃
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 浜
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瀕/濒
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 濱/滨
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 獯
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 玠
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瑸
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 璸/瑸
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 矉/𪾸
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 繽/缤
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蠙/𧏖
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 豩
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 豳
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 賓/宾, 賔
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 邠
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鑌/镔
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 霦
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 頹/颓
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 顮/𱂸
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 颐
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 馪/𮹀
bīnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 驞/𱅤
cadarIndonesiannounveil
cadarIndonesiannouncovering, such as bed cover or table cloth
cajeteSpanishnouna bowl, basin or similar containerMexico masculine
cajeteSpanishnounan unglazed clay pot used in cookingEl-Salvador Honduras Mexico masculine
cajeteSpanishnouna hole made to plant a seed, plant, sapling, etc.Mexico masculine
cajeteSpanishnouna tub; washtubmasculine
cajeteSpanishnounmolcajeteMexico masculine
carmelitanoItalianadjCarmeliteCatholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicism
carmelitanoItaliannounCarmeliteCatholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicismmasculine
carvyScotsnounThe caraway plant.
carvyScotsnounThe seeds of the carraway plant, or baked goods spiced with carraway seeds (especially bannock or oatcakes).
cascarGalicianverbto crack, to shell, to peel
cascarGalicianverbto hit; to blow
cascarGalicianverbto wank, to masturbatevulgar
cassavaEnglishnounManioc (Manihot esculenta), a tropical plant which is the source of tapioca.countable uncountable
cassavaEnglishnounTapioca, a starchy pulp made with manioc roots.countable uncountable
chartaceusLatinadjOf, similar to, or related to papyrusadjective declension-1 declension-2
chartaceusLatinadjOf, similar to, or related to paperadjective declension-1 declension-2
chukalCahuillanounsticker, thorn
chukalCahuillanouncholla (type of cactus), especially the teddy bear cholla (Cylindropuntia bigelovii)
circle backEnglishverbTo return to a previous location or state; to come back to.idiomatic
circle backEnglishverbTo return to a previous topic of discussion; to bring up again.idiomatic
circle backEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see circle, back.
circumstanceEnglishnounSomething which is related to, or in some way affects, a fact or event.countable uncountable
circumstanceEnglishnounAn event; a fact; a particular incident, occurrence, or condition (status).countable uncountable
circumstanceEnglishnounCircumlocution; detail.countable uncountable
circumstanceEnglishnounCondition in regard to worldly estate; state of property; situation; surroundings.countable uncountable
circumstanceEnglishverbTo place in a particular situation, especially with regard to money or other resources.
cloisonFrenchnounpartition, partition wallfeminine
cloisonFrenchnounseptum, partitionanatomy biology botany medicine natural-sciences sciencesfeminine
cloisonFrenchnounbulkheadnautical transportfeminine
clínicaSpanishnounclinic (small medical facility)government healthcarefeminine
clínicaSpanishnounfeminine of clínicofeminine form-of
clínicaSpanishadjfeminine singular of clínicofeminine form-of singular
cmoknąćPolishverbto smack (to make a smacking sound)colloquial intransitive perfective
cmoknąćPolishverbto kiss with a smacking soundcolloquial humorous perfective transitive
cmoknąćPolishverbto kiss oneselfcolloquial perfective reflexive with się
cmoknąćPolishverbto kiss each othercolloquial perfective reflexive with się
co-edEnglishadjOf an educational institution, teaching both males and females.
co-edEnglishadjMixing males and females; unisex; mixed-gender.
co-edEnglishnounA young woman who attends college.US dated informal
co-edEnglishnounA (generally young) woman, especially on the campus of a college or other educational institute.US dated informal
co-edEnglishnounA student of either sex at a co-educational institution.
coloriusLatinadjvariegatedadjective declension-1 declension-2
coloriusLatinadjbrownadjective declension-1 declension-2
comhluadarIrishnouncompanymasculine
comhluadarIrishnounparty (group of people travelling or attending an event together)masculine
comhluadarIrishnounfamily, householdmasculine
companyiaCatalannouncompany (social visitors and companions)feminine
companyiaCatalannouncompany (unit of soldiers)government military politics warfeminine
confireOld Frenchverbto preserve (food)
confireOld Frenchverbto pickle (food)
convitePortuguesenouninvitation, invitemasculine
convitePortuguesenounfeastarchaic masculine
correcciónSpanishnouncorrectionfeminine
correcciónSpanishnouncorrectnessfeminine
correspondenciaSpanishnouncorrespondencefeminine
correspondenciaSpanishnounconnectionrail-transport railways transportfeminine
cumbersomeEnglishadjBurdensome or hindering, as if a weight or drag; vexatious
cumbersomeEnglishadjNot easily managed or handled; awkward; clumsy.
cumbersomeEnglishadjHard, difficult, demanding to handle or get around with.
cumbersomeEnglishadjInert, lumbering, slow in movement
cânWelshnounsongfeminine
cânWelshverbinflection of canu: / third-person singular present indicative/futureliterary
cânWelshverbinflection of canu: / second-person singular imperativeimperative literary second-person singular
cânWelshverbthird-person plural present indicative/future colloquial of cael
căprescRomanianadjof or relating to goats, goat- (attributive), goat'smasculine neuter
căprescRomanianadjgoatlike, goatish, goaty, caprinemasculine neuter
daisy cutterEnglishnounA well-struck ground ball.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsdated slang
daisy cutterEnglishnounA ball that bounces more than once before reaching the batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
daisy cutterEnglishnounA fast-going horse that does not lift its feet high.
daisy cutterEnglishnounThe BLU-82 bomb, known for its ability to flatten a forest into a helicopter landing zone.government military politics warslang
dantWelshnountoothanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
dantWelshnouncogmasculine
dantWelshnounSoft mutation of tant (“string”).form-of mutation-soft
deargIrishadjred
deargIrishadjlive (being in a state of ignition; burning)
deargIrishverbto reddentransitive
deargIrishverbto light (cigarette, pipe, etc.)transitive
debilCzechnouna moron (disliked person), a dumb personanimate masculine offensive
debilCzechnounmentally ill personmedicine sciencesanimate dated masculine
decadenciaGaliciannoundecline, decay (deterioration of condition)feminine
decadenciaGaliciannoundecadence (state of moral or artistic decline or deterioration)feminine
desbloquearPortugueseverbto unblock (remove or clear a block or obstruction from)
desbloquearPortugueseverbto unlock (to obtain access to something)
desbloquearPortugueseverbto jailbreak (to remove an electronic device’s restrictions that prevent it from running unofficial software)
dilapidationFrenchnounwastefeminine
dilapidationFrenchnounan embezzlement for one's own profitfeminine
dilungareItalianverbto extend or stretch outarchaic transitive
dilungareItalianverbto deferrare transitive
dilungareItalianverbto distanceliterary transitive
diseñoSpanishnoundesignmasculine
diseñoSpanishnounlayoutcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet masculine
diseñoSpanishnouna rough map required to accompany Spanish and Mexican land grant petitions made in Alta California prior to the Mexican-American Warhistorical masculine
diseñoSpanishverbfirst-person singular present indicative of diseñarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
disiungoLatinverbto disjoin, disunite, separate, part, divideconjugation-3
disiungoLatinverbto unharness, unyokeconjugation-3 of cattle
distanziareItalianverbto outdistance, distance, outstriptransitive
distanziareItalianverbto space, space outtransitive
diversionEnglishnounA tactic used to draw attention away from the real threat or action.government military politics warcountable uncountable
diversionEnglishnounA hobby; an activity that distracts the mind.countable uncountable
diversionEnglishnounThe act of diverting.countable uncountable
diversionEnglishnounRemoval of water via a canal.countable uncountable
diversionEnglishnounA detour, such as during road construction.transportcountable uncountable
diversionEnglishnounThe rerouting of cargo or passengers to a new transshipment point or destination, or to a different mode of transportation before arrival at the ultimate destination.transportcountable uncountable
diversionEnglishnounOfficially halting or suspending a formal criminal or juvenile justice proceeding and referral of the accused person to a treatment or care program.lawcountable uncountable
divisarSpanishverbto spot, to make out, to sight, to descry, to espy, to spytransitive
divisarSpanishverbto perceivetransitive
dlaoiIrishnounwisp, tuft; lock, tressfeminine
dlaoiIrishnounbundle of thatch; covering (of thatch, hair)feminine
dlaoiIrishnounstrandfeminine
dlaoiIrishnounstrip (of bark, of skin)feminine
dlaoiIrishnounhymenanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
doIrishparticleprefixed before the preterite, imperfect and conditional forms of a verbMunster literary triggers-lenition
doIrishparticlerelative marker (in direct relative clauses)Munster literary triggers-lenition
doIrishprepto, fortriggers-lenition with-dative
doIrishprepused with the possessive determiners mo, do, bhur to indicate the direct object of a verbal noun, in place of ag after a form of bí in the progressive aspecttriggers-lenition with-dative
doIrishdetyour (singular)triggers-lenition
dottinessEnglishnounThe state of quality of being covered in dots.uncountable usually
dottinessEnglishnounThe state or quality of being dotty, mildly insane or preoccupied.uncountable usually
dreggaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of dregge: / simple pastpast
dreggaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of dregge: / past participleparticiple past
dresserFrenchverbto raise, to erect, to buildtransitive
dresserFrenchverbto raise, to lift, to elevatetransitive
dresserFrenchverbto prepare; to draw uptransitive
dresserFrenchverbto pitch (a tent)transitive
dresserFrenchverbto set, to lay outtransitive
dresserFrenchverbto tame (lion etc), to break in (horse), to train (an animal)transitive
dresserFrenchverbto standreflexive
dumb showEnglishnounA performance during which the players do not speak; mime.entertainment lifestyle theatercountable uncountable
dumb showEnglishnounThe use of gesture in an attempt to convey meaning.countable uncountable
déclamatoireFrenchadjdeclamatory
déclamatoireFrenchadjranting
défilerFrenchverbto parade or marchintransitive
défilerFrenchverbto appear one after the otherintransitive
défilerFrenchverbto unfold; to happenintransitive
défilerFrenchverbto scrollcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
défilerFrenchverbto slip away or offtakes a reflexive pronoun
défilerFrenchverbto weasel out of something; to cop outtakes a reflexive pronoun
défilerFrenchverbto undo thread that has been spuntransitive
désintoxicationFrenchnoundetoxificationbiology natural-sciencesfeminine
désintoxicationFrenchnoundetoxification, detox, rehabmedicine sciencesfeminine
egbinYorubanounkob (Kobus kob)
egbinYorubanounThe plants Pericopsis laxiflora and Pericopsis elata (African teak, afromosia)
egbinYorubanounAlternative form of ẹ̀gbin (“dirt, filth, refuse”)Ekiti alt-of alternative idiomatic
egbinYorubanounAlternative form of ẹ̀gbin (“contempt, insult, humiliation”)Ekiti alt-of alternative idiomatic
egbinYorubanounAlternative form of ẹ̀gbìn (“plant, crop”)agriculture business horticulture lifestyleEkiti alt-of alternative
ejercicioSpanishnounexercisemasculine
ejercicioSpanishnounrolemasculine
empowermentEnglishnounThe achievement of political, social or economic power by an individual or group.
empowermentEnglishnounThe process of supporting another person or persons to discover and claim personal power.
empowermentEnglishnounThe state of being empowered (either generally, or specifically).
empowermentEnglishnounGovernment programs encouraging advancement of blacks.South-Africa
en gangNorwegian Bokmåladvonce, one day, at one time
en gangNorwegian Bokmåladvsometime, some day, one day
en gangNorwegian Bokmåladvevenwith negative
enclinerOld Frenchverbto leantransitive
enclinerOld Frenchverbto lower
enclinerOld Frenchverbto tend towardsreflexive
endlongEnglishprepAlong (as opposed to across), from end to end of.archaic
endlongEnglishadvFrom end to end.not-comparable
endlongEnglishadvContinuously.not-comparable
endlongEnglishadvOn end.not-comparable
energiaPortuguesenounenergy (impetus behind activity)feminine
energiaPortuguesenounenergy (ability to do work)natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsfeminine
energiaPortuguesenounelectricityfeminine informal
erimekTurkishverbto melt, dissolve, become liquidintransitive
erimekTurkishverbto wear thin, grow threadbareintransitive
erimekTurkishverbto waste away, get thin and weak, become emaciatedintransitive
erodeEnglishverbTo wear away by abrasion, corrosion or chemical reaction.
erodeEnglishverbTo destroy gradually by an ongoing process.figuratively
erotusFinnishnoundifference, remainder (result of a subtraction)arithmetic
erotusFinnishnoundifference, relative complementmathematics sciences set-theory
erotusFinnishnounseparation
erotusFinnishnounroundup; muster (NZ, Austr.) (activity in which production animals are herded together in order to be inspected, counted, branded, culled or shipped)
escarabajoSpanishnounbeetlemasculine
escarabajoSpanishnounVolkswagen Beetleautomotive transport vehiclesmasculine
escàsCatalanadjlittle
escàsCatalanadjmere
escàsCatalanadjinsufficient, not enough
esfiarGalicianverbto fray
esfiarGalicianverbto separate muscle and bone
esfiarGalicianverbto dislocate
esforzarGalicianverbto encourage; to exert oneselftakes a reflexive pronoun
esforzarGalicianverbto forcetransitive
esforzarGalicianverbto rapetransitive
esforzarGalicianverbto encourage, strengthendated transitive
esforzarGalicianverbto take courage, gather strengthdated intransitive
esploratoreItaliannounexplorermasculine
esploratoreItaliannounscout (military)masculine
esploratoreItaliannounscout (member of the Scout Movement)masculine
evanescoLatinverbto vanish or disappearconjugation-3 no-supine
evanescoLatinverbto fade away, or die outconjugation-3 no-supine
evanescoLatinverbto lapseconjugation-3 no-supine
everEnglishadvAlways, frequently, forever.not-comparable
everEnglishadvContinuously, constantly, all the time (for the complete duration).not-comparable
everEnglishadvAt any time.not-comparable
everEnglishadvAs intensifier following an interrogative word.informal not-comparable
everEnglishadjOccurring at any time, occurring even but once during a timespan.epidemiology medicine sciencesnot-comparable
everEnglishdetShortening of everydialectal informal
excelenciaSpanishnounexcellency, brilliancefeminine
excelenciaSpanishnounExcellencyfeminine often with a capital letter
excéderFrenchverbto exceed (in quantity)transitive
excéderFrenchverbto annoy, to anger (someone)transitive
exercitarPortugueseverbto exercise (to perform an activity designed to hone a skill)
exercitarPortugueseverbto work out (perform physical exercise)specifically
falsarioGaliciannounliarmasculine
falsarioGaliciannounforger, counterfeiter, falsifiermasculine
farsDanishnounminced meat (bound with flour and eggs)common-gender
farsDanishnounforcemeatcommon-gender
farsDanishnounindefinite genitive singular of farcommon-gender form-of genitive indefinite singular
faîtièreFrenchnounridge tilebusiness construction manufacturing roofingfeminine
faîtièreFrenchnounridge beambusiness carpentry construction manufacturingfeminine
faîtièreFrenchnounridgepolefeminine
faîtièreFrenchadjfeminine singular of faîtierfeminine form-of singular
fendoLatinverbI hitconjugation-3 reconstruction
fendoLatinverbI thrustconjugation-3 reconstruction
feskurFaroeseadjfresh
feskurFaroeseadjunsalted (fish, meat)
figghiSiciliannounplural of figghiu (“sons, children”)form-of plural
figghiSiciliannounplural of figghia (“daughters”)feminine form-of plural
fill upEnglishverbTo make (something) completely full.transitive
fill upEnglishverbTo fill the tank of a vehicle with fuel.intransitive
fill upEnglishverbTo become completely full.intransitive
fill upEnglishverbTo become tearful as a result of strong emotion.intransitive
fill upEnglishverbTo annoy, or displease, by taunting, or by excessive nagging.colloquial idiomatic
fill upEnglishverbTo satisfy the hunger of (someone).transitive
fill upEnglishverbTo satisfy one's hunger; to stop being hungry.intransitive reflexive
fill upEnglishverbTo make a full house on the turn or the river.card-games pokerslang
fill upEnglishverbTo fill in / fill out a form etc.Malaysia Philippines Singapore transitive
film noirEnglishnounA film genre characterized by low-key lighting, a bleak urban setting, and corrupt, cynical or desperate characters.broadcasting film media televisionuncountable
film noirEnglishnounAn individual film in this genre.countable
findEnglishverbTo locate / To encounter or discover by accident; to happen upon.transitive
findEnglishverbTo locate / To encounter or discover something being searched for; to locate.transitive
findEnglishverbTo locate / Locate on behalf of anotherditransitive
findEnglishverbTo discover by study or experiment direct to an object or end.ditransitive
findEnglishverbTo gain, as the object of desire or effort.transitive
findEnglishverbTo attain to; to arrive at; to acquire.transitive
findEnglishverbTo meet with; to receive.transitive
findEnglishverbTo point out.transitive
findEnglishverbTo decide that, to discover that, to form the opinion that.ditransitive
findEnglishverbTo arrive at, as a conclusion; to determine as true; to establish.transitive
findEnglishverbTo supply; to furnish.archaic transitive
findEnglishverbTo provide forarchaic transitive
findEnglishverbTo determine or judge.lawintransitive
findEnglishverbTo successfully pass to or shoot the ball into.transitive
findEnglishverbTo discover game.hobbies hunting lifestyleintransitive
findEnglishnounAnything that is found (usually valuable), as objects on an archeological site or a person with talent.
findEnglishnounThe act of finding.
fingerpostEnglishnounA board that shows the direction (and often distance) to a named place; especially one of several attached to a milepost
fingerpostEnglishnounThe milepost itself.
fonnFaroesenounsnowdriftfeminine
fonnFaroesenounbow wash, bow wavefeminine
foundation stoneEnglishnounA stone laid during the construction of a (usually important) building, the laying of which is usually marked by a ceremony.
foundation stoneEnglishnounThe basis of something.figuratively
francCatalanadjfree, exempt
francCatalanadjfrank, unrestrained
francCatalanadjFrankishhistorical
francCatalannounfranc (currency)masculine
francCatalannounFrank (one of the Franks)masculine
fraudulentEnglishadjDishonest; based on fraud or deception.
fraudulentEnglishadjFalse, phony.
from day to dayEnglishadvDaily.not-comparable
from day to dayEnglishadvFocusing on one day at a time.not-comparable
fryerEnglishnounA container for frying food.
fryerEnglishnounA young chicken suitable for frying; a pullet.
fryerEnglishnounOne who fries.
fãrtatAromaniannouncompanion, bosom friend, bosom buddy, very close friend or comrademasculine
fãrtatAromaniannounbest manmasculine
författareSwedishnounan author, a person who writes books or other literary workscommon-gender
författareSwedishnounthe originator or creator of a writing or literary work (cf upphovsman, author of a work of any kind).common-gender
gabháilIrishnounverbal noun of gabhform-of masculine noun-from-verb
gabháilIrishnouncatch, seizure, capture; assumption (of authority); occupation (of territory); acceptance; undertaking; tolerancemasculine
gabháilIrishnounfitting, adjustment; yoke, harness; attire; control; prop, supportmasculine
gabháilIrishnounrenderingcommunications entertainment journalism lifestyle literature media music poetry publishing writingmasculine
gabháilIrishnounbarm, yeast, leavenmasculine
garderobeNorwegian Bokmålnouna cloakroommasculine
garderobeNorwegian Bokmålnouna dressing room, changing room, or locker roommasculine
garderobeNorwegian Bokmålnouna wardrobe (the clothes a person owns)masculine
gaturumoKikuyunoundot, spotclass-12
gaturumoKikuyunounfull stop, pointclass-12
gałęzistyPolishadjbranched, branchy (having many branches)
gałęzistyPolishadjbranch-like
geondleccanOld Englishverbto water, irrigateaccusative transitive
geondleccanOld Englishverbto wet or moisten thoroughlyaccusative transitive
gezelDutchnouncompanionmasculine
gezelDutchnounjourneymanarchaic masculine
ginsengEnglishnounAny plant of two species of the genus Panax (Panax ginseng and Panax quinquefolius), having forked roots supposed to have medicinal and aphrodisiac properties.countable uncountable
ginsengEnglishnounThe root of such a plant, or an extract of these roots.countable uncountable
gníomhaíochtIrishnounaction, activity, undertaking, performancefeminine
gníomhaíochtIrishnounbusiness, actionentertainment lifestyle theaterfeminine
gorzowianinPolishnouninhabitant of Gorzów Wielkopolskimasculine person
gorzowianinPolishnouninhabitant of Gorzów Śląskimasculine person
gorzowianinPolishnouninhabitant of Gorzówmasculine person
gross weightEnglishnounThe total weight of a vehicle and its freight, fuel, passengers etc.countable uncountable
gross weightEnglishnounThe total weight of a product and its packaging.countable uncountable
guloTagalognoundisorder; disarray
guloTagalognouncommotion; trouble; tumult; fight
guloTagalognouncivil disorder; public disturbance
guloTagalognounthings scattered all around
guloTagalognounamulet good for courtship and lovemaking
guloTagalognounmaster; teacherobsolete
guloTagalognounact of learning by imitation (like a disciple to a master)obsolete
haYorubaintjwhat a pity; an interjection used to denote displeasure or disappointment
haYorubaverbto graze, to scrape (something), to erode, to abradetransitive
haYorubaverbto shine brightlycopulative intransitive
haYorubaverbto jam or wedge something into some spacetransitive
haYorubaverbto become jammed, gagged, or barricadedintransitive
haYorubaverbto allocate, to distribute, to share, to divide things (among a group)transitive
hair spaceEnglishnounA piece of metal type used to create the narrowest space.letterpress-typography media publishing typography
hair spaceEnglishnounThe narrowest space appearing between letters and punctuation.media publishing typographyUS
hakemTurkishnounAn arbitrator, judge.
hakemTurkishnounSomeone who is well versed on a subject.dated
hakemTurkishnounrefereehobbies lifestyle sports
halisiSwahiliadjgenuine or trueinvariable
halisiSwahiliadjliteral, precise, or accurateinvariable
halisiSwahiliverbto be worth the price
halisiSwahiliverbto be suitable
haniTurkishadvwhereinterrogative
haniTurkishadvactually, to tell the truth
haniTurkishintjyou know
haniTurkishintjLet's suppose that
haniTurkishnouncomberbiology natural-sciences zoology
hechtenDutchverbto attach, to bindtransitive
hechtenDutchverbto suture, to stitchtransitive
herraOld Norsenounmister, gentlemanmasculine
herraOld Norsenounsirmasculine
herraOld Norseverbto confer with the title of "herra" upon a persontransitive
herring gullEnglishnounAny of a group of large seagulls in the Larus genus.
herring gullEnglishnounAny of a group of large seagulls in the Larus genus. / Specifically the European herring gull (Larus argentatus).
himpakTagalogadjdeflated (of a baloon, tire, etc.)
himpakTagalogadjemaciated (of one's body)
himpakTagalogadjdepressed (of a surface)
himpakTagalogadjdrained off; emptied
himpakTagalognouncondition of being deflated (of a baloon, tire, etc.)
himpakTagalognounstate of being emaciated (of one's body)
himpakTagalognouncondition of being depressed (of a surface)
himpakTagalognouncondition of being drained off or emptied
holianOld Englishverbto hollow something out, to make something hollow
holianOld Englishverbto oppress
holianOld Englishverbto slander
hulsDutchnounshell, case (usually cylindrical covering part of an item, in particular of ammunition)feminine masculine
hulsDutchnounhusk (cover of a fruit or nut)feminine masculine
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 花
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嘩/哗
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 砉
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 匕
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 矾
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 芲
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 菬
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蘣
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 錵
huāMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鷨/𪉊
hypotonicEnglishadjHaving a lower osmotic pressure than another.of a solution
hypotonicEnglishadjShowing less than normal tension in the muscles or muscle tissue.medicine sciences
hypätäIngrianverbto jumpintransitive
hypätäIngrianverbto rush, hurryintransitive
hysteresisEnglishnounA property of a system such that an output value is not a strict function of the corresponding input, but also incorporates some lag, delay, or history dependence, and in particular when the response for a decrease in the input variable is different from the response for an increase. For example, a thermostat with a nominal setpoint of 75° might switch the controlled heat source on when the temperature drops below 74°, and off when it rises above 76°.countable uncountable
hysteresisEnglishnounMagnetic friction in dynamos, by which every reversal of magnetism in the iron causes dissipation of energy.countable uncountable
hämyinenFinnishadjtwilighty
hämyinenFinnishadjunclear, vague, fuzzyinformal
hétérochromeFrenchadjheterochrome
hétérochromeFrenchadjheterochromatic
iarrScottish Gaelicverbwant
iarrScottish Gaelicverbask, request, demand
iarrScottish Gaelicverbseek, search, look for, probe
iarrScottish Gaelicverbinvite
iarrScottish Gaelicverbpain, purge (as medicine)dated
ikkaEstonianadvalways (mainly in affirmative clauses)not-comparable
ikkaEstonianadvover and over, always, time after time (with the comparative form of the succeeding adjective or adverb)not-comparable
ikkaEstonianadvstill; yetnot-comparable
ikkaEstonianadvnevertheless, still (concedingly or emphatically)not-comparable
ikkaEstonianadvof course, it goes without saying, certainly (affirmatively or explanatorily)not-comparable
ikkaEstoniannounillative singular of igaform-of illative singular
ilarBasquenounpeainanimate
ilarBasquenounbeanNavarre Northern inanimate
imperiosoItalianadjimperious, peremptory
imperiosoItalianadjurgent, impelling
imprécationFrenchnounill wish, desire for mischance to befall someonefeminine
imprécationFrenchnounimprecation, cursefeminine
in generalEnglishadvIn the general case; without further assumption; without qualification; in all respects.
in generalEnglishadvAs a rule; usually.
incapacitarGalicianverbto incapacitate
incapacitarGalicianverbto declare someone a conservateelaw
inclamoLatinverbto cry out to; to call upon; to invokeconjugation-1
inclamoLatinverbto exclaim against, rebuke, scoldconjugation-1
inclamoLatinverbto cry aloud, call outconjugation-1
innleachdScottish Gaelicnouninventionfeminine
innleachdScottish Gaelicnounruse, gimmickfeminine
innleachdScottish Gaelicnounstratagem, plotfeminine
innleachdScottish Gaelicnoundevicefeminine
innleachdScottish Gaelicnounmachinefeminine
interessatoItalianadjconcerned, involved
interessatoItalianadjinterested, selfish
interessatoItaliannouninterested person, concerned personmasculine
interessatoItalianverbpast participle of interessareform-of participle past
interrogacióCatalannounquestioning; interrogationfeminine
interrogacióCatalannounquestion markfeminine
intrigarsiItalianverbreflexive of intrigareform-of reflexive
intrigarsiItalianverbto get entangled
intrigarsiItalianverbto meddle
iyileştiriciTurkishadjrecuperative
iyileştiriciTurkishadjcurative
jarruFinnishnounbrake (device used to slow or stop a vehicle; something that slows or stops an action)
jarruFinnishnounbromide (substance added to food served to conscripts to decrease their sexual urges, according to an urban legend)government military politics warslang
kaksineuvoinenFinnishadjbisexual, perfect, monoclinousbiology botany natural-sciencesnot-comparable
kaksineuvoinenFinnishadjhermaphroditebiology natural-sciencesnot-comparable
kaksineuvoinenFinnishnounhermaphroditebiology natural-sciences
kaladkarinTagalogverbto be dragged
kaladkarinTagalogadjeasily persuaded into joining activitiesfiguratively slang
kaladkarinTagalogadjflirtatious; easy to getderogatory figuratively slang
kaladkarinTagalognountagger-along when invited to joinfiguratively slang
kaladkarinTagalognounprostitute; bitch; whorederogatory figuratively slang
kalboTagalogadjbald; bald-headed
kalboTagalogadjdevoid of trees; cleared (of a mountain or a forest)figuratively
kalboTagalogadjcarried by the wind
kalenderMiddle EnglishnounA year (period of 365 days)
kalenderMiddle EnglishnounA calendar (table demarcating the year)
kalenderMiddle EnglishnounAn example to be followed or noted.rare
kalenderMiddle EnglishnounAn itemised list or set of notes.rare
kalenderMiddle EnglishnounA chart or graph used for scientific purposes.rare
kalenderMiddle EnglishnounA calends; a start.rare
kameraadDutchnouncomrademasculine
kameraadDutchnounfriendmasculine
kielitaitoFinnishnounlanguage skills
kielitaitoFinnishnounlanguage proficiency
kierteinenFinnishadjhelical
kierteinenFinnishadjthreaded (having threads, as e.g. a screw)
kierteinenFinnishadjhaving spin (as the ball may have in ballgames)
kill oneselfEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see kill, oneself.
kill oneselfEnglishverbTo exert oneself to an excessive degree.informal
klezmerEnglishnounA Jewish folk musician.countable
klezmerEnglishnounA type of popular Jewish folk music especially associated with Ashkenazi cultures.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
kloakaPolishnouncloaca (sewer or underground drain)feminine
kloakaPolishnounthe gutter (low, vulgar state)derogatory feminine figuratively
kloakaPolishnouncloaca (duct in reptiles, amphibians and birds, as well as most fish and some mammals, which serves as the common outlet for urination, defecation, and reproduction)biology natural-sciences zoologyfeminine
kontlikkenDutchverbTo lick ass; to rim.vulgar
kontlikkenDutchverbTo brownnose, kiss ass.figuratively vulgar
konverzaceCzechnounconversation (talk)feminine
konverzaceCzechnounphrasebookfeminine
korenitSerbo-Croatianadjbasic, fundamental
korenitSerbo-Croatianadjradical, complete (of a change, movement etc.)
kulasisiTagalognounblue-crowned racket-tail (blue-crowned racket-tail)
kulasisiTagalognounmistress; concubine; paramourcolloquial
kulogTagalognounthunder
kulogTagalognounsound like thunder
kulogTagalognounperson whom one dislikescolloquial
kusinTagalognouncushion (for kneeling on at the church)obsolete
kusinTagalognouncushion made of velvet or silk which native ladies would sit onobsolete
küüsEstoniannounnail (on finger or toe)
küüsEstoniannounclaw
küüsEstoniannountalon
küüsEstoniannounclove (part of a plant)
kỉ niệmVietnamesenounmemory, memories (good, bad, childhood memories, etc.)
kỉ niệmVietnamesenounsouvenir, keepsake
kỉ niệmVietnameseverbto commemorate, to celebrate
lawaIndonesiannounsaladcooking food lifestyle
lawaIndonesiannounBuginese dish made from raw fish or banana blossoms, mixed with grated or fried coconut, spices, and vinegarcooking food lifestyle
lawaIndonesiannouncrossbar on boats and so onarchaic
lawaIndonesiannounbarrier, obstaclearchaic
lawaIndonesiannounroadblockarchaic
lawaIndonesianadjbeautiful
letterkundeDutchnounliteraturefeminine
letterkundeDutchnounthe academic study of literature, literary studiesfeminine
libertarischDutchadjlibertarian (capitalist), favouring minarchygovernment politics
libertarischDutchadjlibertarian, opposed to coercion and strong authoritygovernment politics
librationEnglishnounThe act of librating.countable uncountable
librationEnglishnounThe apparent wobble or variation in the visible side of the Moon that permanently faces the Earth, allowing observers on Earth to see, over a period of time, slightly more than half of the lunar surface.astronomy natural-sciencescountable uncountable
librationEnglishnounA similar rotational or orbital characteristic of some other celestial body.broadly countable uncountable
librationEnglishnounThe oscillation of an angle about a stable equilibrium point.countable uncountable
librationEnglishnounA vibrational degree of freedom whereby a group of atoms partly rotates back and forth, similar to the Moon's motion.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
liwatBikol Centraladvagainformal literary
liwatBikol Centraladvrepeat; redoformal literary
liþanOld Englishverbto go; pass; travel (especially by water)
liþanOld Englishverbto suffer loss
ljubitiSloveneverbto love
ljubitiSloveneverbto make lovereflexive
lower deckEnglishnounThe deck of a ship immediately above the hold.nautical transport
lower deckEnglishnounThe members of a ship's company who are not officers.nautical transportbroadly
lozengeEnglishnounA quadrilateral with sides of equal length (rhombus), having two acute and two obtuse angles.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
lozengeEnglishnounA small tablet (originally diamond-shaped) or medicated sweet used to ease a sore throat.
lozengeEnglishverbTo form into the shape of a lozenge.transitive
lozengeEnglishverbTo mark or emblazon with a lozenge.transitive
maciarVenetianverbto staintransitive
maciarVenetianverbto blottransitive
maglangoyBikol Centralverbto swim
maglangoyBikol Centralverbto go for a swim
magnetic fieldEnglishnounA condition in the space around a magnet or electric current in which there is a detectable magnetic force and two magnetic poles are present.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
magnetic fieldEnglishnounB-field.modern
magnetic fieldEnglishnounH-field.dated
mahlaFinnishnounsap, especially the sugary sap produced by some deciduous trees in spring
mahlaFinnishnounsap (vitality)figuratively
mahlaFinnishnounpussy juice, girl juicelifestyle sex sexualityslang
mairIrishverblive, remain, survive
mairIrishverblast (“endure, hold out, continue”)
maladyEnglishnounAny ailment or disease of the body; especially, a lingering or deep-seated disorder.
maladyEnglishnounA moral or mental defect or disorder.
marañónSpanishnouncashew (tree)masculine
marañónSpanishnouncashew (fruit of the tree)masculine
masoraItaliannounMasorahfeminine uncountable
masoraItaliannounthe Biblical exegesis derived from the Masorahbroadly feminine
masqueradeEnglishnounAn assembly or party of people wearing (usually elaborate or fanciful) masks and costumes, and amusing themselves with dancing, conversation, or other diversions.also attributive
masqueradeEnglishnounThe act of wearing a mask or dressing up in a costume for, or as if for, a masquerade ball.also attributive
masqueradeEnglishnounAn act of living under false pretenses; a concealment of something by a false or unreal show; a disguise, a pretence; also, a pretentious display.also attributive figuratively
masqueradeEnglishnounAn assembly of varied, often fanciful, things.also attributive figuratively
masqueradeEnglishnounA cosplay event at which costumed attendees perform skits.lifestylealso attributive slang
masqueradeEnglishnounA dramatic performance by actors in masks; a mask or masque.also attributive obsolete
masqueradeEnglishnounA Spanish entertainment or military exercise in which squadrons of horses charge at each other, the riders fighting with bucklers and canes.also attributive obsolete rare
masqueradeEnglishverbTo take part in a masquerade; to assemble in masks and costumes; (loosely) to wear a disguise.intransitive
masqueradeEnglishverbTo pass off as a different person or a person with qualities that one does not possess; also, to make a pretentious show of being what one is not.figuratively intransitive
masqueradeEnglishverbTo conceal (someone) with, or as if with, a mask; to disguise.rare transitive
massagerEnglishnounAn instrument or device designed to massage the body.
massagerEnglishnounA masseur or masseuse.
mecanizarSpanishverbto mechanizetransitive
mecanizarSpanishverbto machinetransitive
megalómanoPortugueseadjEuropean Portuguese standard spelling of megalômano.
megalómanoPortuguesenounEuropean Portuguese standard spelling of megalômano.masculine
mene tekelNorwegian Nynorsknouna solemn, ominous warning or prediction of bad luckneuter
mene tekelNorwegian Nynorsknouna bad omenneuter
mene tekelNorwegian Nynorsknounwriting on the wallneuter
metrPolishnounmetre, meter (one hundred centimeters)inanimate masculine
metrPolishnounmeasuring tapeinanimate masculine
metrPolishnounquintalcolloquial inanimate masculine
metrPolishnounmeter (overall rhythm of a song or poem; particularly, the number of beats in a measure or syllables in a line)colloquial inanimate masculine
metrPolishnounteacher of dance, or sometimes music or languagehistorical masculine person
metrPolishnounfirst-rate thiefmasculine obsolete person slang
metrPolishnounold hare which is hard to hunthobbies hunting lifestyleanimate masculine obsolete
migarGalicianverbto crumble
migarGalicianverbto crumble into milk, soup
migrationFrenchnounmigration (of animals)feminine
migrationFrenchnounmigration (of people)feminine
milk glassEnglishnounOpaque glass, especially the kind having a white shade; first produced in Italy in the 1500s as an imitation of Chinese porcelain.uncountable usually
milk glassEnglishnounA drinking glass intended or currently used for milk.countable
millenniumEnglishnounA period of time consisting of one thousand years.
millenniumEnglishnounThe period of one thousand years during which Christ will reign on earth (according to Millenarianist interpretations).Christianity
millenniumEnglishnounA period of universal happiness, peace or prosperity; a utopia.
millenniumEnglishnounThe year in which one period of one thousand years ends and another begins, especially the year 2000.with-definite-article
miriápodoSpanishadjmyriapod
miriápodoSpanishnounmyriapodmasculine
miscegenateEnglishverbTo mix or blend.
miscegenateEnglishverbTo mix or blend races in marriage, or in breeding.
mistrzPolishnounmaster (expert at something)masculine person
mistrzPolishnounchampion (winner of a competition)masculine person
mitjàCatalanadjmiddle (in the center)
mitjàCatalanadjaverage, middle-sized, regular
mitjàCatalanadjmidhuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
mitjàCatalannounmeans, way, methodmasculine
mitjàCatalannounmediummasculine
mitjàCatalannounmiddlemasculine
mižatiProto-Slavicverbto urinateimperfective reconstruction
mižatiProto-Slavicverbto drizzleimperfective reconstruction
mudikIndonesianverbto do mudik, annual homecoming traditions in Indonesia, specifically at Eid al-Fitr.colloquial
mudikIndonesianverbto return to hometown.broadly colloquial
mudikIndonesianverbto go upstream.
mulatHungarianverbto have fun, to be amused, to enjoy oneselfintransitive literary
mulatHungarianverbto be amused at/by, laugh at (someone or something: -n/-on/-en/-ön)intransitive literary
multicomplexEnglishadjmultiply complex
multicomplexEnglishadjOf or relating to a class of number systems relating to the imaginary numbers. See Multicomplex number on Wikipedia.mathematics sciencesnot-comparable
multicomplexEnglishnounA complex of multiple things
murmúrioPortuguesenounmurmuring, whisperingmasculine
murmúrioPortuguesenoungrumblingmasculine
murmúrioPortuguesenounripplingmasculine
murmúrioPortuguesenounrustlingmasculine
myleMiddle Englishnounmile (unit of measure composed of 8 furlongs)
myleMiddle EnglishnounThe time it takes to walk a mile (reckoned at 20 minutes)
myleMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of mile (“millet”)alt-of alternative
myleMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of mylnealt-of alternative
mátunIcelandicnounmatchingfeminine
mátunIcelandicnounfittingfeminine
mátunIcelandicnounfitnatural-sciences physical-sciences physicsfeminine
mátunIcelandicnounmatchingcomputer computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences science sciencesfeminine
mütaliəAzerbaijaninounreading, perusal
mütaliəAzerbaijaninounthinking through, weighing (of an object, idea, etc.), consideration
naniseʼNavajoverbvegetation grows around here and there
naniseʼNavajoverbplants grow here and there
naniseʼNavajonounvegetation
naniseʼNavajonounplant
ncurunAromanianverbto wed, marry (unite in wedlock with a religious ceremony)
ncurunAromanianverbto wed, marry (take a husband or wife), get marriedreflexive
ncurunAromanianverbto crown
necessitudoLatinnounnecessity, need; distressdeclension-3
necessitudoLatinnounrelationship, friendship, bond, intimacydeclension-3
necessitudoLatinnounrelatives, friends, family, kindred, connectionsdeclension-3 in-plural
niedźwiedźPolishnounbear (member of the family Ursidae)animate masculine
niedźwiedźPolishnounoaf (oafish person)broadly masculine person
niedźwiedźPolishnounbear (investor who sells in anticipation of falling prices)business financemasculine person
nonprofitEnglishadjNot seeking to produce a profit (a financial gain).not-comparable
nonprofitEnglishnounEllipsis of nonprofit organization: an organization that exists for reasons other than to make a profit, such as a charitable, educational or service organization.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
numeratioLatinnouna counting out, paying, paymentdeclension-3
numeratioLatinnouna calculation, enumerationdeclension-3
obrywaćPolishverbto tatter (to destroy an article of clothing etc. by shredding)imperfective transitive
obrywaćPolishverbto get it, to get owned (to receive a beating)colloquial imperfective intransitive
obrzucićPolishverbto pelt, to bombardperfective transitive
obrzucićPolishverbto pelt each otherperfective reflexive with się
obsessEnglishverbTo be preoccupied with a single topic or emotion.
obsessEnglishverbTo dominate the thoughts of someone.transitive
obsessEnglishverbTo think or talk obsessively about.colloquial construed with over intransitive
obtestorLatinverbto call someone as a witnessconjugation-1 deponent
obtestorLatinverbto beseech or imploreconjugation-1 deponent
ojoYorubanounrain
ojoYorubanouncowardderogatory sometimes
ojoYorubanouncowardice
olleteGaliciannouneyeletmasculine
olleteGaliciannounbuttonholemasculine
olleteGaliciannounanus; arseholefiguratively masculine
ovanpåNorwegian Nynorskprepon top of
ovanpåNorwegian Nynorskadvupstairs
overflyEnglishverbTo fly over something.
overflyEnglishverbTo fly too far past something.
padaliBikol Centralnounmanner of hurrying someone; rushing someone
padaliBikol Centralnouneasiness; facilitation
padaliBikol Centraladvsuddenly; abruptly; spontaneous; all at once
paheksuaFinnishverbTo disapprove of, reprehend; to frown (up)on.transitive
paheksuaFinnishverbTo censure, find fault with, reproach.transitive
palmaSpanishnounpalm of the handfeminine
palmaSpanishnounpalm treefeminine
palmaSpanishnounpalm leaffeminine
palmaSpanishnounAlternative form of palmo (a traditional unit of length)alt-of alternative feminine historical
palmaSpanishverbinflection of palmar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
palmaSpanishverbinflection of palmar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
palovaarallinenFinnishadjwith a fire hazard
palovaarallinenFinnishadjdangerous in case of fire
para-athleticsEnglishnounThe disability-adapted form of athletics (“track and field”).hobbies lifestyle sportsuncountable
para-athleticsEnglishnounDisability-adapted form of sport (“athletics”)hobbies lifestyle sportsuncountable
parasitizeEnglishverbTo live on or in a host organism as a parasite.biology natural-sciences
parasitizeEnglishverbTo behave as a parasite more generally.
parquetEnglishnounA wooden floor made of parquetry.
parquetEnglishnounThe part of a theatre between the orchestra and the parquet circle.
parquetEnglishnounIn some European countries, the branch of the administrative government that handles prosecutions.historical
parquetEnglishnounIn some European bourses or stock exchanges, the railed-in space within which the agents de change, or privileged brokers, conduct business; also, the business conducted by them, distinguished from the coulisse, or outside market.historical
parquetEnglishverbTo lay or fit such a floor.transitive
pasoGaliciannounstepmasculine
pasoGaliciannounpace, gaitmasculine
pasoGaliciannounpass (narrow passage or channel between geographical features)masculine
pasoGaliciannountread (the horizontal part of a step in a flight of stairs)masculine
pasoGaliciannounpaso, Spanish pace, a traditional unit of lengthhistorical masculine
pasoGaliciannounstones placed in a river by way of a bridgein-plural masculine
pasoGalicianadvslowly
pasoGalicianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of pasarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
pauwDutchnounA peacock, a fowl of the genus Pavo.masculine
pauwDutchnounAn Indian peafowl, Pavo cristatusmasculine
percentileEnglishnounAny of the ninety-nine points that divide an ordered distribution into one hundred parts, each containing one per cent of the population.mathematics sciences statistics
percentileEnglishnounAny one of the hundred groups so divided.mathematics sciences statistics
perfunctoryEnglishadjDone only or merely to conform to a minimal standard or to fulfill a protocol or presumptive duty.
perfunctoryEnglishadjPerformed in a careless or indifferent manner as a thing of rote.
perkeetFinnishnounparings, trimmings, guts, offal (parts of fish removed during gutting)plural
perkeetFinnishnounrefuse (parts removed from something, such as inedible parts from mushrooms or plants)plural
permanentlyEnglishadvIn a permanent manner; lastingly.
permanentlyEnglishadvForever.
peucristCatalannounalchemilla-leaved cinquefoil (Potentilla alchemilloides)masculine
peucristCatalannounalpine lady's-mantle (Alchemilla alpina)masculine
picadaSpanishnounpeck (an act of striking with a beak)feminine
picadaSpanishnounbite (of an insect)feminine
picadaSpanishnounappetizer (small portion of food)feminine
picadaSpanishnounmountain path or trackArgentina Bolivia Costa-Rica Guatemala Honduras Paraguay Uruguay feminine
picadaSpanishadjfeminine singular of picadofeminine form-of singular
picadaSpanishverbfeminine singular of picadofeminine form-of participle singular
piechurPolishnouna person going somewhere on foot; a pedestrian; a walker; a footgoermasculine person
piechurPolishnounan infantrymangovernment military politics warmasculine person
pitacegaGaliciannounblind man's buffgamesfeminine
pitacegaGaliciannounwater striderfeminine
piuhaFinnishnounturf spadeengineering natural-sciences physical-sciences tools
piuhaFinnishnounelectrical cordcolloquial
piuhaFinnishnounottaa ~:lle (slang) to buy recreational drugs from a dealer without paying in full, with the rest intended to be paid later
piçûkNorthern Kurdishadjsmall, little
piçûkNorthern Kurdishnounchildmasculine
plebsDutchnounplebs, rabble, riffraffderogatory neuter uncountable
plebsDutchnounplebs, commoners (non-aristocratic class in ancient Rome, esp. during the Roman Republic)historical neuter uncountable
pobalIrishnounpeople; communitycollective masculine
pobalIrishnounparish; congregationmasculine
pobalIrishnounpopulationmasculine
pockmarkEnglishnounA mark or scar in the skin caused by a pock.
pockmarkEnglishnounA crater in the seafloor caused by erupting gas or liquid.
podzamkowyPolishadjlocated, operating, or taking place by a castlenot-comparable relational
podzamkowyPolishadjlocated, operating, or taking place beneath a castlenot-comparable relational
point de non-retourFrenchnounpoint of no returnaeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesmasculine
point de non-retourFrenchnounpoint of no return (moment when a process becomes irreversible)figuratively masculine
pole positionEnglishnounThe top qualifying position for a race, on the inside of the front row at the starting line.hobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sportscountable uncountable
pole positionEnglishnounFirst place.broadly countable uncountable
polydeismEnglishnounBelief in the existence of many gods who collectively set the universe in motion, then ceased to interact with it.uncountable
polydeismEnglishnounpolytheismrare uncountable
polygamieCzechnounpolygamy (polygyny; having more than one wife)feminine
polygamieCzechnounpolygamy (the having of a plurality of socially bonded sexual partners at the same time)feminine
poněvadžOld Czechadvuntil; if; during that time
poněvadžOld Czechadvhow much, to what extentrelative
poněvadžOld Czechconjas, since, because
poněvadžOld Czechconjif; when
poněvadžOld Czechconjyet; although
poněvadžOld Czechconjafter all
porcelaineFrenchnouncowrie, a mollusk of the family Cypraeidae, or its translucent shellfeminine
porcelaineFrenchnounporcelain, the translucent ceramic of fine china, or vessels made of this materialfeminine
potenzaMaltesenounpower, strengthfeminine
potenzaMaltesenounpower (nation or state)feminine
priddWelshnounsoil, earth, dust; groundmasculine
priddWelshnounclay, mud or clay as building-material, mortar, plastermasculine
priddWelshnounearth, clay, or dust as the material of the human bodymasculine
priddWelshnoundust derived from the decay of a human bodymasculine
priddWelshnounearth (as one of the elements according to medieval physics)masculine
priddWelshnoungravemasculine
priddWelshnoundung, ordure, excrementmasculine
privoLatinverbto bereave, deprive, rob or strip of somethingaccusative conjugation-1 genitive with-ablative
privoLatinverbto free, set apart, release, deliver from something, relieve ofconjugation-1 with-ablative
profesorRomaniannounprofessormasculine
profesorRomaniannounteachermasculine
prospectEnglishnounThe region which the eye overlooks at one time; view; scene; outlook.
prospectEnglishnounA picturesque or panoramic view; a landscape; hence, a sketch of a landscape.
prospectEnglishnounA position affording a fine view; a lookout.
prospectEnglishnounRelative position of the front of a building or other structure; face; relative aspect.
prospectEnglishnounThe act of looking forward; foresight; anticipation.
prospectEnglishnounThe potential things that may come to pass, often favorable.
prospectEnglishnounA hope; a hopeful.
prospectEnglishnounAny player whose rights are owned by a top-level professional team, but who has yet to play a game for said team.hobbies lifestyle sports
prospectEnglishnounA potential client or customer.
prospectEnglishnounThe façade of an organ.entertainment lifestyle music
prospectEnglishverbTo search, as for gold.intransitive
prospectEnglishverbTo determine which minerals or metals are present in a location.business geography geology mining natural-sciences
put upEnglishadjAlternative form of put-upalt-of alternative not-comparable
put upEnglishverbTo place in a high location.transitive
put upEnglishverbTo hang; to mount.transitive
put upEnglishverbTo style (the hair) up on the head, instead of letting it hang down.transitive
put upEnglishverbTo cajole or dare (someone) to do (something).idiomatic transitive used with "to"
put upEnglishverbTo store away.idiomatic transitive
put upEnglishverbTo house; to shelter; to take in.idiomatic transitive
put upEnglishverbTo house; to shelter; to take in. / To stop at a hotel or a tavern for entertainment.archaic idiomatic reflexive transitive
put upEnglishverbTo present, especially in "put up a fight".idiomatic transitive
put upEnglishverbTo endure; to put up with; to tolerate.transitive
put upEnglishverbTo provide funds in advance.transitive
put upEnglishverbTo build a structure.transitive
put upEnglishverbTo make available; to offer.transitive
put upEnglishverbTo cause (wild game) to break cover.hobbies hunting lifestyletransitive
put upEnglishverbTo can (food) domestically; to preserve (meat, fruit or vegetables) by sterilizing and storing in a bottle, jar or can.idiomatic transitive
put upEnglishverbTo score; to accumulate scoring. Ellipsis of to put up on the scoreboard..hobbies lifestyle sportsCanada US idiomatic transitive
put upEnglishverbTo set (matter) in capital letters.media printing publishinghistorical transitive
put upEnglishverbSynonym of frame up (“falsely pin a crime on”)
puuduttaaFinnishverbto numb, benumb (to cause to go numb)
puuduttaaFinnishverbto give a local anesthetic, to deaden, to numb; to anesthetize a part of the body (without sedation).medicine sciencestransitive
pyriformEnglishadjPear-shaped.biology natural-sciences
pyriformEnglishnounA pyriform object.
pyrъProto-Slavicnounwild rye, couch grass (Elymus spp.)reconstruction
pyrъProto-Slavicnounspelt (Triticum aestivum subsp. spelta)reconstruction
päläsFinnishnounIn a ski, the place on which the foot is supported.
päläsFinnishnounSynonym of käpälälauta
péasIrishnounpolice officer, constablemasculine
péasIrishnounpolicein-plural masculine
qanunAzerbaijaninounlaw
qanunAzerbaijaninounstatute
qanunAzerbaijaninounqanun, a musical instrument similar to a zither.entertainment lifestyle music
qitetAlbanianverbit goes outimpersonal
qitetAlbanianverbit is givencolloquial impersonal
qitetAlbanianverbto pull out (weapon); to draw outactive third-person transitive
qitetAlbanianverbto throw/kick outactive third-person transitive
qitetAlbanianverbto shoot (with a gun, rifle, cannon); to hitactive third-person transitive
qualcosaItalianpronsomethingmasculine singular
qualcosaItalianpronanythingin a question masculine singular
quarantottescoItalianadjrelating to the revolutions of 1848
quarantottescoItalianadjdescribing any disorganized or unruly uprising or demonstration
radioEsperantonounradio
radioEsperantonounradius
radioEsperantonounray
ramenDutchverbto make an estimatetransitive
ramenDutchverbto fix an estimate, to budgettransitive
ramenDutchverbto guess, to reckon, to deduceobsolete transitive
ramenDutchverbto take aim (at), to watch, to observeobsolete transitive
ramenDutchverbto hitobsolete transitive
ramenDutchverbto stretch on a frame, as done with cloth to be driedtransitive
ramenDutchverbto arrange bushels of cereals on the field in a certain waytransitive
ramenDutchverbto tie a bird's wings together to prevent it flying awaytransitive
ramenDutchnounplural of raamform-of plural
rastSwedishnouna break (rest or pause, usually from work)common-gender countable uncountable
rastSwedishnounrecess, break, breaktime (between classes in school)common-gender countable uncountable
rautiLithuanianverbto grub, to pull out (roots, stumps etc.)transitive
rautiLithuanianverbto eradicatefiguratively transitive
rautiLithuanianverbnominative masculine plural of rautasform-of masculine nominative participle passive past plural
refluxCatalannounebb, ebb tidemasculine
refluxCatalannounrefluxmasculine
regolarsiItalianverbreflexive of regolareform-of reflexive
regolarsiItalianverbto act, behave, do
regolarsiItalianverbto control oneself, watch oneself
respirationEnglishnounThe process of inhaling and exhaling; breathing, breath.countable uncountable
respirationEnglishnounAn act of breathing; a breath.countable uncountable
respirationEnglishnounAny similar process in an organism that lacks lungs that exchanges gases with its environment.countable uncountable
respirationEnglishnounThe process by which cells obtain chemical energy by the consumption of oxygen and the release of carbon dioxide.countable uncountable
restarCatalanverbto stay, remainBalearic Central Valencian intransitive
restarCatalanverbto be leftBalearic Central Valencian intransitive
restarCatalanverbto subtractarithmeticBalearic Central Valencian transitive
restarCatalanverbto return (a serve)hobbies lifestyle sportsBalearic Central Valencian transitive
reumaGaliciannounrheummedicine pathology sciencesarchaic feminine
reumaGaliciannounrheumatismmedicine pathology sciencesfeminine
rhesusEnglishnounA macaque monkey native to southern and southeastern Asia; Macaca mulatta.
rhesusEnglishnounAlternative form of Rhesus.medicine sciencesalt-of alternative
rianimarsiItalianverbreflexive of rianimareform-of reflexive
rianimarsiItalianverbto revive, recover consciousness
rianimarsiItalianverbto take heart again
rianimarsiItalianverbto liven up again, come alive again
ridiculeLatinadvlaughably, amusingly
ridiculeLatinadvabsurdly, ridiculously
rivincereItalianverbto win againtransitive
rivincereItalianverbto regain (something that was lost) (especially in a game)transitive
road agentEnglishnounA criminal who accosts travelers and robs them.US archaic
road agentEnglishnounA travelling salesman.archaic
rozkładowyPolishadjtimetable, schedulenot-comparable relational
rozkładowyPolishadjdecay, decompositionnot-comparable relational
rozkładowyPolishadjdecaychemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable relational
rozkładowyPolishadjplanned, schedulednot-comparable
rozkładowyPolishadjdestructive, degenerative (causing decay)not-comparable
ruborCatalannounblush, blushingfeminine masculine
ruborCatalannounredness (inflammation)feminine masculine
ruq'aQuechuaadjgenerous, affectionate
ruq'aQuechuanouna kind of cactus (Austrocylindropuntia floccosa, syn. Opuntia floccosa)
rutèCatalanadjRuthenian
rutèCatalanadjUkrainian
rutèCatalannounRuthenianmasculine
rutèCatalannounUkrainianmasculine
ryddetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of rydde: / simple pastpast
ryddetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of rydde: / past participleparticiple past
ryggaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of rygge: / simple pastpast
ryggaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of rygge: / past participleparticiple past
rzeczywistyPolishadjreal, actual (existing objectively)
rzeczywistyPolishadjreal, actual (in accordance with the truth)
rzeczywistyPolishadjreal, actual (in accordance with one's imagination)
rätSwedishadjstraight (not bent)
rätSwedishadjrightof an angle
rätSwedishadja knit stitch (as opposed to a purl stitch)not-comparable of a stitch
rätSwedishadjrelated to the right side of a fabricbusiness manufacturing sewing textilesnot-comparable
ræðurIcelandicadjcomputable, solvable; (capable of being computed)
ræðurIcelandicadjrationalmathematics sciences
ræðurIcelandicnounindefinite nominative/accusative plural of ræðaaccusative form-of indefinite nominative plural
réformerFrenchverbto reform (put into a new form)
réformerFrenchverbto reform (improve, make better)
réformerFrenchverbto declare unfit for military service
répondreFrenchverbto reply, to answer [+ à (object) = to (a question)] / to reply, to answer
répondreFrenchverbto answer for [+ de (object)] / to answer forlaw
rəvacAzerbaijaniadjvendible, in great demand, selling welldated of goods
rəvacAzerbaijaniadjbriskdated of trade
saldsLatvianadjsweet (having the flavor typical of, e.g., sugar, or honey)
saldsLatvianadjsweet (containing sugar, or some similar substance)
saldsLatvianadjsweet (having the smell typical of, e.g., phlox flowers)
saldsLatvianadjsweet (very pleasant, physically or psychologically)
saldsLatvianadjexcessively kind, excessively flattering, hypocritically subservient
saldsLatvianadjsentimental, lyrical
samobójstwoPolishnounsuicide (instance of killing oneself)neuter
samobójstwoPolishnounsuicide (action that could cause the literal or figurative death of a person or organization, although death is not the aim of the action)figuratively neuter
sangatBikol Centralnounact of climbing on top of something
sangatBikol Centralnounact of laying or placing on top of something
sangatBikol Centralnounact of filing a caselaw
sanjakEnglishnounA district, a prefecture, particularly (historical) a second-level administrative division of the Ottoman Empire.government politics
sanjakEnglishnounSynonym of sanjakbey: the officer supervising a sanjak.historical obsolete
sardynaPolishnounsardine (fish)feminine
sardynaPolishnounsardine (meat)feminine
sarnaSpanishnounscabies (an infestation of parasitic mites)feminine uncountable
sarnaSpanishnounmangefeminine uncountable
saysayTagalognounvalue; worth
saysayTagalognounsignificance; importance
saysayTagalognounrelating in detail; telling in detail (to someone)
saysayTagalognounstatement; declaration (in detail)
schaatsDutchnounskate, ice skatefeminine
schaatsDutchnounstiltarchaic feminine
schaatsDutchverbinflection of schaatsen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
schaatsDutchverbinflection of schaatsen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
schreibenGermanverbto write, to write out (use letters to make words and texts)class-1 strong transitive
schreibenGermanverbto spell (use a particular combination of letters to make a word)class-1 strong transitive
schreibenGermanverbto write (use handwriting)class-1 intransitive strong
schreibenGermanverbto write (produce texts, work as an author)class-1 intransitive strong
schreibenGermanverbto be some year or dateclass-1 strong transitive usually with man or wir
schreibenGermanverbto write, to text (send written information, communication)class-1 intransitive strong transitive with-dative
schreibenGermanverbto write to each other (exchange correspondance)class-1 intransitive strong transitive
schreibenGermanverbto be spelled/spelt; of a word or a person's nameclass-1 reflexive strong
schreibenGermanverbUsed to express that someone does not know the first thing about something.class-1 idiomatic strong
scolaritéFrenchnounschooldays, college years/days (period of one's life when one attends grade school or post-secondary)feminine
scolaritéFrenchnounthe duration of one's studies in grade school or post-secondary; period of enrolmentfeminine
secadorPortuguesenoundryer (any device that removes humidity)masculine
secadorPortuguesenounClipping of secador de cabelo.abbreviation alt-of clipping masculine
segyngeMiddle Englishverbpresent participle of segenform-of participle present
segyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe launch of a siege; sieging.uncountable
segyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe defence of a city against a siege.rare uncountable
segyngeMiddle EnglishnounThe voiding of feces.rare uncountable
semiconducteurFrenchnounsemiconductornatural-sciences physical-sciences physicsmasculine
semiconducteurFrenchadjsemiconducting
separatorEnglishnounAn object located between two or more things and hence separating them.
separatorEnglishnounA device for removing one substance from another, such as cream from milk.
separatorEnglishnounOne who separates; an agent performing the action of separating.
serNorthern Kurdishnounheadanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
serNorthern Kurdishnounpoint, tipmasculine
serNorthern Kurdishnounbeginning, startmasculine
serNorthern Kurdishnounend, extremitymasculine
serNorthern Kurdishprepon
shamblesEnglishnounA scene of great disorder or ruin.
shamblesEnglishnounA great mess or clutter.
shamblesEnglishnounA scene of bloodshed, carnage or devastation.
shamblesEnglishnounA slaughterhouse.
shamblesEnglishnounA butcher's shop.archaic
shamblesEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of shambleform-of indicative present singular third-person
shpalcëAlbaniannounsea fish, golden bream, Chrysophris auratusfeminine
shpalcëAlbaniannounspongefeminine
shtrëngojAlbanianverbto squeeze, clench, grip
shtrëngojAlbanianverbto tighten
shtrëngojAlbanianverbto grasp
sieciOld Czechverbto cutimperfective
sieciOld Czechverbto fightimperfective
sieciOld Czechverbto touchimperfective perfective
siesecui̱li̱stli̱Tetelcingo Nahuatlnounchills
siesecui̱li̱stli̱Tetelcingo Nahuatlnouncold (illness)
siesecui̱li̱stli̱Tetelcingo Nahuatlnounmalaria
simpleEnglishadjUncomplicated; lacking complexity; taken by itself, with nothing added.
simpleEnglishadjEasy; not difficult.
simpleEnglishadjWithout ornamentation; plain.
simpleEnglishadjFree from duplicity; guileless, innocent, straightforward.
simpleEnglishadjUndistinguished in social condition; of no special rank.
simpleEnglishadjTrivial; insignificant.archaic
simpleEnglishadjFeeble-minded; foolish.colloquial euphemistic
simpleEnglishadjStructurally uncomplicated. / Consisting of one single substance; uncompounded.chemistry engineering heading medicine natural-sciences pharmacology physical-sciences sciences technical
simpleEnglishadjStructurally uncomplicated. / Of a group: having no normal subgroup.engineering heading mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences technical
simpleEnglishadjStructurally uncomplicated. / Not compound, but possibly lobed.biology botany engineering heading natural-sciences physical-sciences technical
simpleEnglishadjStructurally uncomplicated. / Using steam only once in its cylinders, in contrast to a compound engine, where steam is used more than once in high-pressure and low-pressure cylinders. (of a steam engine)engineering heading natural-sciences physical-sciences technical
simpleEnglishadjStructurally uncomplicated. / Consisting of a single individual or zooid; not compound.biology engineering heading natural-sciences physical-sciences technical zoology
simpleEnglishadjStructurally uncomplicated. / Homogenous.chemistry engineering geography geology heading mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences technical
simpleEnglishadjMere; not other than; being only.obsolete
simpleEnglishnounA herbal preparation made from one plant, as opposed to something made from more than one plant.medicine pharmacology sciences
simpleEnglishnounA physician.broadly obsolete
simpleEnglishnounA simple or atomic proposition.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
simpleEnglishnounSomething not mixed or compounded.obsolete
simpleEnglishnounA drawloom.business manufacturing textiles weaving
simpleEnglishnounPart of the apparatus for raising the heddles of a drawloom.business manufacturing textiles weaving
simpleEnglishnounA feast which is not a double or a semidouble.Catholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicism
simpleEnglishverbTo gather simples, i.e. medicinal herbs.archaic intransitive transitive
singotaFinnishverbto fling, hurl, throw, dart (throw with a sudden effort)transitive
singotaFinnishverbto catapult (launch from catapult or as if from catapult)transitive
siunizProto-Germanicnounappearance, sightfeminine reconstruction
siunizProto-Germanicnounfacefeminine reconstruction
siwiznaPolishnoungrey-hairedness, hoarinessfeminine
siwiznaPolishnounold agefeminine figuratively
slothEnglishnounLaziness; slowness in the mindset; disinclination to action or labour.uncountable
slothEnglishnounA herbivorous, arboreal South American mammal of the families Megalonychidae and Bradypodidae, noted for its slowness and inactivity.countable
slothEnglishnounA collective term for a group of bears.countable rare uncountable
slothEnglishverbTo be idle; to idle (away time).intransitive obsolete transitive
sluasaidIrishnounshovelfeminine
sluasaidIrishnounshovelfulfeminine
smirkyEnglishadjSmirking, or as if smirking
smirkyEnglishadjSmart; spruce.obsolete
snarastSwedishadjpredicative superlative degree of snarform-of predicative superlative
snarastSwedishadvas soon as possible
snarastSwedishadvbest, preferably, instead
socialismeDutchnounsocialism (left ideology)neuter
socialismeDutchnounsocialism (stage in historical materialist grand schemes)Marxism neuter
solçFriuliannounfurrowfeminine
solçFriuliannoungroovefeminine
solçFriuliannounwrinklefeminine
sonnelycheMiddle EnglishadjPertaining to or originating from the sun; solar.
sonnelycheMiddle EnglishadjResembling the sun.
sorsaFinnishnounduck (bird of the Anatidae family)
sorsaFinnishnounduck (playing card two)card-games pokerslang
sorsaFinnishnounbed urinal
sorsaFinnishnounsource code, sourcecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesplural-normally slang
splnitCzechverbto fulfill (object: promise)perfective
splnitCzechverbto fulfill, to meet (object: requirement)perfective
spłycićPolishverbto shallow (to make less deep)perfective transitive
spłycićPolishverbto dumb down, to simplifyperfective transitive
spłycićPolishverbto shallow (to become less deep)perfective reflexive with się
sqrEgyptiannouna punch
sqrEgyptiannouna wound
sqrEgyptianverbto strike, to smitetransitive
sqrEgyptianverbto work or beat metaltransitive
stacanovistaItalianadjStakhanovite
stacanovistaItaliannounworkaholic, Stakhanoviteby-personal-gender feminine masculine
stand-toEnglishnounA state of readiness assumed by ground troops at dawn and dusk in wartime.government military politics war
stand-toEnglishverbTo assume such a state of readiness.government military politics war
stoPolishnumhundred
stoPolishnuma lot
stubSerbo-Croatiannounpillar
stubSerbo-Croatiannouncolumn (upright supporting beam)
stórIcelandicadjbig
stórIcelandicadjgreat
subiektywnyPolishadjsubjective (formed, as in opinions, based upon a person's feelings or intuition, not upon observation or reasoning; coming more from within the observer than from observations of the external environment)
subiektywnyPolishadjsubjective (experienced by a person mentally and not directly verifiable by others)human-sciences philosophy psychology sciences
subverterPortugueseverbto subvert (to overthrow)transitive
subverterPortugueseverbto subvert (to pervert the mind)transitive
subverterPortugueseverbto subvert (to upturn convention by undermining it)transitive
sunodTagalogadjfollowing another; next; subsequent (of someone or something)
sunodTagalogadjbased from (used with sa)
sunodTagalognounone that follows another; the next
sunodTagalognounact of obeying; act of following (orders, instructions, etc.)
sunodTagalognounact of following someone
sunodTagalognounact of following a model or plan (in making something)
sussurrioItaliannounprolonged, insistent whispering, murmuringmasculine
sussurrioItaliannounprolonged, insistent gurgling, babbling (of water)masculine
sussurrioItaliannounprolonged, insistent rustling (of leaves etc.)masculine
sussurrioItaliannounbackbiting (malicious gossip)masculine
svagareItalianverbto amusetransitive
svagareItalianverbto distract (to take someone's mind off something)transitive
svínIcelandicnounpig, swine (animal of the family Suidae)neuter
svínIcelandicnounswine (contemptible person); one who is chauvinist, exploitative, very ill-mannered or uncleanlyneuter
svíratCzechverbto clench, to grip, to holdimperfective
svíratCzechverbto constrictimperfective reflexive with se
szkolnyPolishadjschool (of or relating to the educational institution)not-comparable relational
szkolnyPolishadjschool (of or relating to the educational building)not-comparable relational
szkolnyPolishadjschool (of or relating to education taking place in such a building)not-comparable relational
szkolnyPolishadjcookie-cutterderogatory
szkolnyPolishadjchildish (resembling something made by a school student)derogatory
szybkoPolishadvquickly, rapidly, fast, swiftly (at a speed covering a given distance in less time than usual)
szybkoPolishadvquickly, rapidly, fast, swiftly (in a way such that a given action takes less time than usual)
szybkoPolishadvquickly, rapidly, fast, swiftly (in a way that elements of something follow one another more often than usual)
szybkoPolishadvsoon; quickly (in a way that something happens within a short time elapsed from a known moment)
szybkoPolishnounvocative singular of szybkafeminine form-of singular vocative
sædaNorwegian Nynorskverbto inseminate
sædaNorwegian Nynorskverbto cumslang vulgar
sædaNorwegian Nynorsknoundefinite plural of sædedefinite form-of neuter plural
sꜥḥEgyptianverbto ennoble, to distinguishtransitive
sꜥḥEgyptianverbto wrap (the image of a god) in bandagestransitive
sꜥḥEgyptianverbto mummifytransitive
sꜥḥEgyptianverbto be(come) distinguished or nobleas part of a causative after rḏj intransitive usually
sꜥḥEgyptiannoundistinction, rank, dignity
sꜥḥEgyptiannoundignitary, privileged or distinguished person
sꜥḥEgyptiannounmummy
tampukMalaynounpedicel, the end of the stem where the fruit is attached (usually include the sepal).biology botany natural-sciences
tampukMalaynouna stigmatic lobe left when a fruit ripe (i.e. on mangosteen, kecupu, gelugur etc.).colloquial of garcinias
tampukMalaynouna hilus.anatomy medicine sciences
tampukMalaynounhandle of a tool or similar object.
tampukMalaynounposition of a leader.figuratively
teagamhScottish Gaelicnoundoubt, uncertainty, misgivingmasculine
teagamhScottish Gaelicnounsuspense, hesitation, perplexitymasculine
teagamhScottish Gaelicnoundoubtful casemasculine
teagamhScottish Gaelicnoundifficultymasculine
teagamhScottish Gaelicnounscruplemasculine
teilgeanIrishnounverbal noun of teilgform-of masculine noun-from-verb
teilgeanIrishnouncast, throw, projectionmasculine
teilgeanIrishnouncastengineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciencesmasculine
teilgeanIrishnounearthingagriculture business lifestylemasculine
teilgeanIrishnounslaking (of lime)masculine
teilgeanIrishnounlastingness, durability; economizationmasculine
tengokIndonesianverbto see
tengokIndonesianverbto visit
theroPalinounnominative singular of thera (“elder”)form-of nominative singular
theroPaliadjnominative singular masculine of thera (“elder”)form-of masculine nominative singular
thusEnglishadvIn this way or manner.mannernot-comparable
thusEnglishadvAs a result.conjunctive not-comparable
thusEnglishnounAlternative form of thurisalt-of alternative uncountable
toastingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of toastform-of gerund participle present
toastingEnglishnounThe action of making a toast (celebratory call to drink).
toastingEnglishnounThe heating of oak panels used to make wine barrels.
toastingEnglishnounThe process by which something, such as bread, is toasted.
toastingEnglishnounaccompany a reggae backing track or music with the act of talking or rhythmic chanting, usually in a monotone melody, over a rhythm or beat by a reggae deejay. It can either be improvised or pre-written.of a DJ
tongueyEnglishadjTending to talk a lot; fluent or voluble in speech (generally with an unfavourable connotation).of a person
tongueyEnglishadjUsing many words; containing grandiloquent expressions; marked by rhetorical elegance (generally with an unfavourable connotation).of speech
tongueyEnglishadjManifested by fluent or voluble speech.of a quality
tongueyEnglishadjInvolving the tongue.
tongueyEnglishadjResembling a tongue.
tongueyEnglishnounAn act or an instance of kissing that involves the use of one's tongue.Australia UK
torOccitannountowerfeminine
torOccitannounrookboard-games chess gamesfeminine
totalEnglishnounAn amount obtained by the addition of smaller amounts.
totalEnglishnounSum.mathematics sciencesinformal
totalEnglishadjEntire; relating to the whole of something.
totalEnglishadjComplete; absolute.used as an intensifier
totalEnglishadj(of a function) Defined on all possible inputs.mathematics sciences
totalEnglishverbTo add up; to calculate the sum of.transitive
totalEnglishverbTo equal a total of; to amount to.
totalEnglishverbTo demolish; to wreck completely. (from total loss)US slang transitive
totalEnglishverbTo amount to; to add up to.intransitive
traktoEsperantonounnegotiation
traktoEsperantonountreatment (way of treating someone)
traktoEsperantonountreatment (of a subject)
triomfalismeCatalannountriumphalismmasculine
triomfalismeCatalannounoveroptimismmasculine
troSwedishnounbelief (that something is true or real (without being perfectly certain))common-gender uncountable
troSwedishnounbelief, faith, trust (thinking that someone is reliable or telling the truth)common-gender uncountable
troSwedishnounbelief, faith (thinking that someone or something will or has the capacity to do well or turn out well)common-gender uncountable
troSwedishnounreligious faithcommon-gender uncountable
troSwedishnounallegiancecommon-gender dated uncountable
troSwedishverbto believe, (in the sense of "to believe") to think (think that something is true or real (without being perfectly certain))
troSwedishverbto believe, to trust (someone) (think that they are telling the truth)
troSwedishverbto believe (in) (think that someone or something will or has the capacity to do well or turn out well)
troSwedishverbto have religious faith
trompe l'oeilEnglishnounA genre of painting that exploits human vision to create the illusion that the subject of the painting is real.uncountable usually
trompe l'oeilEnglishnounA painting of this kind.countable usually
trummaSwedishnouna drumentertainment lifestyle musiccommon-gender
trummaSwedishnouna conduit; a pipe or channel for conveying water etc.common-gender
trummaSwedishverbto drum
trópusHungariannountropics (region with tropical climate)geography natural-sciences
trópusHungariannountrope (a figure of speech in which words or phrases are used with a nonliteral or figurative meaning)rhetoric
tuisealIrishnouncasegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesmasculine
tuisealIrishnounAlternative form of tuislealt-of alternative masculine
tulyaPaliadjgerundive of tuleti (“to weigh”)
tulyaPaliadjmatched, equal, comparable
uhorkaSlovaknouncucumberfeminine
uhorkaSlovaknounpicklefeminine
uirísliúIrishnounverbal noun of uiríslighform-of masculine noun-from-verb
uirísliúIrishnounabasement, humiliationmasculine
usuriousEnglishadjOf or pertaining to usury.
usuriousEnglishadjExorbitant.
vauPortuguesenounford (location where a river is shallow enough to be crossed by foot)masculine
vauPortuguesenounshoalmasculine
velarPortugueseadjvelar (articulated at the soft palate)human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesfeminine masculine
velarPortuguesenounvelar (a consonant articulated at the soft palate)human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesfeminine
velarPortugueseverbto veil (cover with a veil)
velarPortugueseverbto veil; to conceal; to hide
velarPortugueseverbto damage photographic film due to excessive light
velarPortugueseverbto keep a vigil (overnight watch over a deceased or dying person)
velarPortugueseverbto protect; to defend (especially something abstract, such as reputation)
vergraulenGermanverbto put off, drive off, scare off (cause someone to lose interest, e.g. through unfriendliness)transitive weak
vergraulenGermanverbto spoil something for someone (make them lose interest in)transitive uncommon weak
vertenzaItaliannounlawsuit, caselawfeminine
vertenzaItaliannoundisputebroadly feminine
vicar choralEnglishnounSynonym of lay clerk in certain choirs.UK
vicar choralEnglishnounAn assistant to a canon or prebendary of a collegiate church having special responsibility for the choir as opposed to the altar.UK historical
villeinageEnglishnounThe state of being a villein.countable uncountable
villeinageEnglishnounA feudal system involving villeins; serfdom.countable uncountable
virulentEnglishadjOf animals, plants, or substances: extremely venomous or poisonous.
virulentEnglishadjExtremely hostile or malicious; intensely acrimonious.figuratively
virulentEnglishadjOf a disease or disease-causing agent: malignant, able to cause damage to the host.medicine sciences
virulentEnglishadjOf a pathogen: replicating within its host cell, then immediately causing it to undergo lysis.biology microbiology natural-sciences
volcanianEnglishadjSynonym of volcanic, of or related to volcanoes and volcanism.geography geology natural-sciencesobsolete
volcanianEnglishadjSynonym of Vulcanian, of or related to former theories concerning the origin of crystalline minerals to subterranean fires.geography geology natural-scienceshistorical
voorbaatDutchnounearliness, timeliness, punctualitydated feminine uncountable
voorbaatDutchnounprofit, advancefeminine obsolete uncountable
voorbehoedsmiddelDutchnounA contraceptive.neuter
voorbehoedsmiddelDutchnounA medical preventive, something that prevents ailments.dated neuter
vrčetCzechverbto growl, to snarlimperfective
vrčetCzechverbto whirrimperfective
vünvteCimbrianadjfifthSette-Comuni not-comparable
vünvteCimbriannounthe fifth oneSette-Comuni
waiterEnglishnounA male or female attendant who serves customers at their tables in a restaurant, café or similar.
waiterEnglishnounSomeone who waits for somebody or something; a person who is waiting.
waiterEnglishnounA person working as an attendant at the London Stock Exchange.historical
waiterEnglishnounA vessel or tray on which something is carried, as dishes, etc.; a salver. (See etymology of dumbwaiter.)obsolete
waiterEnglishnounA custom house officer; a tide waiter.obsolete
waiterEnglishnounA watchman.obsolete
waiterEnglishverbTo work as a waiter.stative
warmEnglishadjOf a somewhat high temperature.
warmEnglishadjFriendly and with affection.
warmEnglishadjHaving a color in the part of the visible electromagnetic spectrum between red and yellow-green.
warmEnglishadjClose to a goal or correct answer.informal
warmEnglishadjFresh, of a scent; still able to be traced.
warmEnglishadjCommunicating a sense of comfort, ease, or pleasantness.figuratively
warmEnglishadjArdent, zealous.archaic
warmEnglishadjWell off as to property, or in good circumstances; prosperous.archaic informal
warmEnglishadjRequiring arduous effort.archaic
warmEnglishverbTo make or keep warm.transitive
warmEnglishverbTo become warm, to heat up.intransitive
warmEnglishverb(sometimes in the form warm up) To favour increasingly.
warmEnglishverbTo become ardent or animated.intransitive
warmEnglishverbTo make engaged or earnest; to interest; to engage; to excite ardor or zeal in; to enliven.transitive
warmEnglishverbTo give emotional warmth to a person.transitive
warmEnglishverbTo beat or spank.colloquial transitive
warmEnglishverbTo scold or abuse verbally.colloquial transitive
warmEnglishverbTo prepopulate (a cache) so that its contents are ready for other users.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
warmEnglishnounThe act of warming, or the state of being warmed; a heating.colloquial
washyEnglishadjWatery; damp; soft.
washyEnglishadjLacking substance or strength; weak; thin; dilute; feeble.
washyEnglishadjNot firm or hardy; liable to sweat profusely with labour.US archaic dialectal
washyEnglishnounA wash, an act of washing.childish poetic rare
wayoSwahilinounfootstep, footprintclass-11 class-12 class-14
wayoSwahilinounsole (of foot)class-11 class-12 class-14
weerloosheidDutchnoundefencelessnessfeminine uncountable
weerloosheidDutchnounnonviolence; the rejection of any violence even for self-defence, as practiced by the historic peace churches, especially the AnabaptistsChristianity Protestantismfeminine uncountable
weerloosheidDutchnounsomething undefendedcountable feminine rare
whalerEnglishnounOne who hunts whales; a person employed in the whaling industry.
whalerEnglishnounA seagoing vessel used for hunting whales.
whalerEnglishnounOne who whales (flogs or beats).
whalerEnglishnounA large, strong person.slang
whalerEnglishnounSomething of unusually great size, a whopper, a whacker.slang
whalerEnglishnounAny shark of the family Carcharhinidae; a requiem shark.Australia
whalerEnglishnounA sundowner; one who cruises about.Australian dated slang
whatthEnglishdetWhich ordinal number.nonstandard rare
whatthEnglishnounWhich ordinal number.nonstandard rare
wherewithEnglishadvWith which; with what.archaic not-comparable
wherewithEnglishnounSomething with which; the means by which.archaic uncountable usually
wlitanOld Englishverbto look
wlitanOld Englishverbto behold
wracuOld Englishnounrevengefeminine
wracuOld Englishnounwrathfeminine
wracuOld Englishnounpersecutionfeminine
wracuOld Englishnounmisery, afflictionfeminine
wstępowaćPolishverbto stop by somewhere, stop at a place for a short time [+ do (genitive) = where] / to stop by somewhere, stop at a place for a short timeimperfective intransitive
wstępowaćPolishverbto step onto (something of a higher position) [+ na (accusative) = where] / to step onto (something of a higher position)imperfective intransitive
wstępowaćPolishverbto enter [+ do (genitive) = where] / to enterimperfective intransitive literary
wstępowaćPolishverbto accede, to join a group or organization [+ do (genitive) = where] / to accede, to join a group or organizationimperfective intransitive
wstępowaćPolishverbto get into someone, to cause them to behave not normally [+ w (accusative) = into who] / to get into someone, to cause them to behave not normallyimperfective intransitive
wymuszeniePolishadvforcedly, unnaturally
wymuszeniePolishnounverbal noun of wymusićform-of neuter noun-from-verb
wymuszeniePolishnounblackmail, extortionneuter
wysokiOld Polishadjtall; high (having a considerable distance from the bottom to the top)
wysokiOld Polishadjspread far apartof eyes
wysokiOld Polishadjhigh (physically elevated)
wysokiOld Polishadjresonant, sonorantof a voice
wysokiOld Polishadjthinentertainment lifestyle musicof a note
wysokiOld Polishadjhigh (elevated in status, esteem, or prestige)
wysokiOld Polishadjhigh; grand, great; significant
wysokiOld Polishadjgreat, grand; unique
wysokiOld Polishadjhigh; haughty, prideful
wysokiOld Polishadjabove mentionedin the comparative
xerrotejarCatalanverbto babble (of infants)Balearic Central Valencian
xerrotejarCatalanverbto chirp (of birds)Balearic Central Valencian
yamiPukapukannoundish made from decayed coconut
yamiPukapukannounfood
yetmekTurkishverbto sufficeintransitive
yetmekTurkishverbto do enough; to fulfill.intransitive
yetmekTurkishverbto reachwith-dative
yigohNavajoverbhe/she is falling along, is in the course of falling (a person from a height)
yigohNavajoverbit is flowing along (a stream of water)
zapalloSpanishnounzucchini, courgettemasculine
zapalloSpanishnounpumpkin, gourdmasculine
zkoumáníCzechnounverbal noun of zkoumatform-of neuter noun-from-verb
zkoumáníCzechnounenquiry, inquiryneuter
znajdowaćPolishverbto find (to determine the location of a person or thing)imperfective transitive
znajdowaćPolishverbto find (to acquire or invent something needed)imperfective transitive
znajdowaćPolishverbto find (to claim pressence of or see something or someone somewhere; to come across)imperfective transitive
znajdowaćPolishverbto find, to come across, to run into (to encounter someone in a particular state)imperfective transitive
znajdowaćPolishverbto find, to work up (to summon up or muster i.e. courage) [+case = ] [+ prep (case) = ] / to find, to work up (to summon up or muster i.e. courage) [+case = ]imperfective transitive
znajdowaćPolishverbto find (to assess the state of something)archaic imperfective transitive
znajdowaćPolishverbUsed as a light verb with deverbal nouns or gerunds to indicate the beginning of said verb.imperfective intransitive
znajdowaćPolishverbto end up somewhere (to go to a certain place or to a certain group)imperfective reflexive with się
znajdowaćPolishverbto find oneself somewhere (to be in some situation or state)imperfective reflexive with się
znajdowaćPolishverbto be found (to be acquired or thought up)imperfective reflexive with się
znajdowaćPolishverbto be found (after going missing, to be discovered again)imperfective reflexive with się
zwrEgyptianverbto drink (something liquid: water, beer, wine, etc.)transitive
zwrEgyptianverbto drink in general (+ m: to drink of (a drink), to drink from (a container or hand); + ḥr: to drink of (a body of water))intransitive
zwrEgyptianverbto drink alcoholic drinksintransitive
zwrEgyptianverbto take liquid medicineintransitive
zwrEgyptianverbto drink (a container), to consume the liquid contained intransitive
zwrEgyptianverbto have (thirst) instead of something to drink, to ‘drink’ (thirst)figuratively of the dead transitive
zwrEgyptianverbto be wateredintransitive of trees and land
zwrEgyptiannoundrinking bowl
zwrEgyptiannoundrink, beverage
általánosságHungariannoungenerality (the quality of being general)
általánosságHungariannoungenerality (vague statements not containing any facts)plural plural-only
äitiysvaateFinnishnounmaternity garmentbusiness clothing fashion lifestyle manufacturing textiles
äitiysvaateFinnishnounmaternity wearespecially plural
òrbitaCatalannounorbit, eye socketanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
òrbitaCatalannounorbit (the path of one object around another)feminine
ó-lũ̀Proto-Yoruboidnounsun, sunlightreconstruction
ó-lũ̀Proto-Yoruboidnamethe sunreconstruction
údarásIrishnounauthority (power to enforce rules or give orders; government or law enforcement collectively; source of reliable information on a subject; government agency), powermasculine
údarásIrishnounjurisdiction (limits or territory within which authority may be exercised)masculine
časOld Czechnountime / moment in timeinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / length of timeinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / length of someone's rule or lifeinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / time of year; seasoninanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / period of the church yearlifestyle religioninanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / monthinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / The meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / The meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities includeinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / The meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / dayinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / hourinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / deadlineinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountime / dateinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnountensegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesinanimate masculine
časOld Czechnounweight; length of a syllablehuman-sciences linguistics phonology sciencesinanimate masculine
čekatCzechverbto wait [+ na (accusative) = for] / to waitimperfective
čekatCzechverbto expectimperfective transitive
łaźniaPolishnounbathhouse, public bathfeminine
łaźniaPolishnounsaunafeminine
łaźniaPolishnounbath, a device for heatingchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesfeminine
łomotnąćPolishverbto batter, to poundcolloquial perfective transitive
łomotnąćPolishverbto clunk, to thudcolloquial intransitive perfective
αγκυροβολώGreekverbto anchor, moor (a ship or boat)nautical transport
αγκυροβολώGreekverbto anchor (make something firm and stable)figuratively
αιθέραςGreeknounetherchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
αιθέραςGreeknoundiethyl etherchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
αιθέραςGreeknounsky, heavenpoetic
αλευροειδήςGreekadjfloury
αλευροειδήςGreekadjmealy
αλογατάρηςGreeknounhorseman, ostler, stableman
αλογατάρηςGreeknounhorse dealer
ανεξερεύνητοςGreekadjuninvestigated / uninvestigated, unresearched
ανεξερεύνητοςGreekadjuninvestigated / uncharted, unexploredcartography geography natural-sciences
ανεξερεύνητοςGreekadjunfathomable, not investigatable, uninvestigatable, unexplorable
απαγκιστρώνωGreekverbto unhook, to unhitch
απαγκιστρώνωGreekverbto disengage, to break offgovernment military politics war
γαμφηλαίAncient Greeknounjaws of animalsanatomy medicine sciences
γαμφηλαίAncient Greeknounbill or beak of birds
γονήAncient Greeknounoffspringof animals
γονήAncient Greeknounoffspringof the fruits of the earth
γονήAncient Greeknounoffspring / race, stock, family; parentage
γονήAncient Greeknounoffspring / generation
γονήAncient Greeknounoffspring
γονήAncient Greeknounthat which engenders, seed
γονήAncient Greeknounthat which engenders, seed / organs of generation (genitalia)
γονήAncient Greeknounthat which engenders, seed / organs of generation (genitalia) / womb
γονήAncient Greeknounact of generation / childbirthof the mother
γονήAncient Greeknounact of generation / birthof the child
γονήAncient Greeknounact of generation / cure for sterility
γονήAncient Greeknounact of generation
γονήAncient Greeknoununity
εμφιαλωμένοGreekadjNominative neuter singular form of εμφιαλωμένος (emfialoménos).form-of neuter nominative singular
εμφιαλωμένοGreekadjAccusative neuter singular form of εμφιαλωμένος (emfialoménos).accusative form-of neuter singular
εμφιαλωμένοGreekadjAccusative masculine singular form of εμφιαλωμένος (emfialoménos).accusative form-of masculine singular
εμφιαλωμένοGreekadjVocative neuter singular form of εμφιαλωμένος (emfialoménos).form-of neuter singular vocative
ερυθραϊκόςGreekadjrelating to the territory of Asia Minor where the city of Erythrae was situated
ερυθραϊκόςGreekadjrelating to the suburb of "New Erythraea" near Athens
ερυθραϊκόςGreekadjEritrean (relating to the country Eritrea or its people or language)
εὐχήAncient Greeknounprayer, wish
εὐχήAncient Greeknounvow
εὕδονταAncient Greekverbinflection of εὕδων (heúdōn): / masculine accusative singularaccusative masculine participle singular
εὕδονταAncient Greekverbinflection of εὕδων (heúdōn): / neuter nominative/accusative/vocative pluralaccusative neuter nominative participle plural vocative
θᾶκοςAncient Greeknounseat, chair
θᾶκοςAncient Greeknounchair of office
κρίσηGreeknounjudgment, opinion, verdictlaw
κρίσηGreeknounjudgement, discretion
κρίσηGreeknouncrisis
λειτουργίαAncient Greeknounpublic serviceAttic Koine
λειτουργίαAncient Greeknounministrationlifestyle religionAttic Koine
μέροψAncient Greeknounepithet of menin-plural
μέροψAncient Greeknounepithet of men / mortal (of men)in-plural
μέροψAncient Greeknounbee-eater (Merops apiaster)
μανθάνωAncient Greekverbto learn
μανθάνωAncient Greekverbto know, understandaorist
μανθάνωAncient Greekverbto seek, ask, inquire
μανθάνωAncient Greekverbto have a habit of, be accustomed to
μανθάνωAncient Greekverbto notice, perceive
μανθάνωAncient GreekverbΤί μαθών; "What were you thinking?" "Why on earth?"in questions
ντροπήGreeknounshyness, bashfulness (quality of being shy, a fear of social interactions)
ντροπήGreeknounshame, disgrace (painful feeling due to recognition or consciousness of impropriety, dishonor or other wrong)
ντροπήGreeknounshameful/disgraceful behaviour, shameful/disgraceful actbroadly
ντροπήGreekintjfor shame, shame
πιθανότηταGreeknounpossibility (the quality of being possible)
πιθανότηταGreeknounprobability, likelihood (relative chance of an event happening)
πιθανότηταGreeknounprobability (a number, between 0 and 1, expressing the precise likelihood of an event happening)mathematics sciences
σκουπίδιGreeknounrubbish, garbage, trash
σκουπίδιGreeknounsweepingsin-plural
армијаSerbo-Croatiannounarmy, militarygovernment military politics war
армијаSerbo-Croatiannounmultitude, a large number of peoplefiguratively
асывKomi-Zyriannounmorning
асывKomi-Zyriannouneast
блијештатиSerbo-Croatianverbto blaze, flash, glare, flareintransitive reflexive
блијештатиSerbo-Croatianverbto glimmer, glistenintransitive reflexive
взволноватьRussianverbto agitate, to trouble, to disturb, to worry, to alarm, to upset
взволноватьRussianverbto ruffle, to stir
водянистыйRussianadjwatery, watered-down
водянистыйRussianadjwatery, wishy-washy
водянистыйRussianadjpale, watery
выигратьRussianverbto win
выигратьRussianverbto win against (with у (u) + noun in genitive case)
выигратьRussianverbto benefit, to gain
вымокнутьRussianverbto get soaked, to get drenched, to get very wet
вымокнутьRussianverbto soak, to steep; to be retted (of fibers)intransitive
вӯннKildin Saminounsea bay
вӯннKildin Saminounfjord
грејатиSerbo-Croatianverbto heat, warmimperfective intransitive transitive
грејатиSerbo-Croatianverbto warm oneselfimperfective reflexive
гудетьRussianverbto buzz; to drone; to hoot, to honk
гудетьRussianverbto party, revelcolloquial
гусјеницаSerbo-Croatiannouncaterpillar
гусјеницаSerbo-Croatiannouncaterpillar tread (of a tractor or tank)
даYakutparticleeven (expresses surprise)
даYakutparticleWith interrogative pronouns, forms negative indefinites.
даYakutparticle... да ... да = both ... and ...
железницаRussiannounironwort (Sideritis gen. et spp.)
железницаRussiannounface mite (Demodex gen. et spp.)
затаиватьRussianverbto conceal
затаиватьRussianverbto harbour
иступатиSerbo-Croatianverbto come forward, come out (with statement or declaration)intransitive
иступатиSerbo-Croatianverbto resign, leave + из (“from”) (organization)intransitive
колишнімUkrainianadjinflection of коли́шній (kolýšnij): / masculine/neuter instrumental singularinstrumental masculine neuter singular
колишнімUkrainianadjinflection of коли́шній (kolýšnij): / masculine/neuter locative singularlocative masculine neuter singular
колишнімUkrainianadjinflection of коли́шній (kolýšnij): / dative pluraldative plural
конярBulgariannounhorse herder, horse groomer
конярBulgariannounstableman
москальUkrainiannouna Russian person, Russkiderogatory ethnic slur
москальUkrainiannouna Muscovitederogatory ethnic slur
москальUkrainiannouna Russian person; an inhabitant of the Russian Empire; a Great Russianarchaic
москальUkrainiannounsoldierarchaic
мјешинаSerbo-Croatiannoungoatskin, wineskin
мјешинаSerbo-Croatiannounpaunch, bellyderogatory
наединеRussianadvtête-à-tête, privately
наединеRussianadvalone
натаскиватьRussianverbto carry or drag (an amount of something, in several batches)
натаскиватьRussianverbto steal (an amount of something)colloquial
натаскиватьRussianverbto store (an amount of something)colloquial
натаскиватьRussianverbto train (an animal)
натаскиватьRussianverbto teach superficially, to coach superficiallycolloquial figuratively
натаскиватьRussianverbto gather or extract from several sourcescolloquial figuratively
натаскиватьRussianverbto pull on (an article of clothing)
нашMacedonianpronour, ours
нашMacedonianpronone of our own, kinsman
невремеSerbo-Croatiannounstorm, foul weather
невремеSerbo-Croatiannouninappropriate, inopportune moment or period
нӱкеKamassiannounwife
нӱкеKamassiannounold woman
обсиратьRussianverbto shit on somethingvulgar
обсиратьRussianverbto talk shitvulgar
обсыпатьRussianverbto cover by sprinkling, to sprinkle over (+ accusative, someone/something, + instrumental, with something)also impersonal
обсыпатьRussianverbto cover densely, to dot
обсыпатьRussianverbto cause (something loose) to fall
обсыпатьRussianverbto cover with a rashcolloquial impersonal
обсыпатьRussianverbto cover by sprinkling, to sprinkle over (+ accusative + instrumental, with)also impersonal
обсыпатьRussianverbto cover densely, to dot
обсыпатьRussianverbto cause (something loose) to fall
обсыпатьRussianverbto cover with a rashcolloquial impersonal
одмјеритиSerbo-Croatianverbto weigh (out)transitive
одмјеритиSerbo-Croatianverbto measuretransitive
орыжъAdyghenounswamp
орыжъAdyghenounmarsh
отвлекатьсяRussianverbto be distracted, to deflect/divert one's attention away
отвлекатьсяRussianverbto digress
отвлекатьсяRussianverbto abstract oneself
отвлекатьсяRussianverbpassive of отвлека́ть (otvlekátʹ)form-of passive
отказатьсяRussianverbto abandon
отказатьсяRussianverbto abdicate
отказатьсяRussianverbto refuse
отказатьсяRussianverbto forgo
отказатьсяRussianverbto renounce
отказатьсяRussianverbpassive of отказа́ть (otkazátʹ)form-of passive
пасхальныйRussianadjEasterrelational
пасхальныйRussianadjPassoverrelational
пасхальныйRussianadjpaschal
по меньшей мереRussianprep_phraseat least (at a lower limit)
по меньшей мереRussianprep_phraseat any rate
позSerbo-Croatianintjbye! (greeting)Internet informal
позSerbo-Croatianintjhello! hi! (greeting)Internet informal
полаBulgariannounskirt
полаBulgariannounlower fringe, hem of garment (e.g. shirt, gawn, coat) or rugcolloquial
полаBulgariannounhalf (any part of bipartition), half (member of a pair)dialectal
полаBulgariannoungrammatical genderdated
полаBulgariannounwing of a double-doorbroadly
полаBulgariannoundivision of agricultural field that is plowed in the same directionagriculture business lifestyleobsolete
порятуватисяUkrainianverbto save oneself, to rescue oneself, to escape
порятуватисяUkrainianverbpassive of порятува́ти pf (porjatuváty)form-of passive
посилитиUkrainianverbto strengthen, to make stronger
посилитиUkrainianverbto intensify
построитьсяRussianverbto build a house for oneself
построитьсяRussianverbto draw up, to form, to assume formationgovernment military politics war
построитьсяRussianverbpassive of постро́ить (postróitʹ)form-of passive
приподнятьсяRussianverbto raise oneself, to lift oneself (a little)
приподнятьсяRussianverbto sit up
приподнятьсяRussianverbpassive of приподня́ть (pripodnjátʹ)form-of passive
притчаRussiannounparable, fable
притчаRussiannounan unexpected event, occurrencedialectal
пътекаBulgariannounpath, track (narrow path for pedestrians or animals)
пътекаBulgariannounrunner (long narrow mat for floors, corridors and stairs)
пътекаBulgariannounstreak, track, trace, line on a surfacefiguratively
расставлятьRussianverbto place, to arrange
расставлятьRussianverbto move apart
расставлятьRussianverbto let out
срчаMacedoniannounshard (a piece of broken glass)
срчаMacedoniannounA large glass bottle used for storing rakija or wine.dialectal regional
сынъOld Rutheniannounson
сынъOld Rutheniannounchild
топSerbo-Croatiannouncannon
топSerbo-Croatiannounrookboard-games chess games
убытынAdygheverbto catchtransitive
убытынAdygheverbto hold with strength, to griptransitive
убытынAdygheverbto capture, to make something yours (Like a room, house, territory, vehicle, animal, any object)transitive
хәбәрBashkirnounnews, new information; message, tidings
хәбәрBashkirnounnews, report, publication in mass media
хәбәрBashkirnounmessagecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesusually
хәбәрBashkirnounpredicatehuman-sciences linguistics sciences
чѧстъOld Church Slavonicadjfrequent
чѧстъOld Church Slavonicadjthick
чѧстъOld Church Slavonicadjdense
што-небудзьBelarusianpronanything
што-небудзьBelarusianpronsomething
һуғышBashkirnounwar; warfare
һуғышBashkirnounbattle, fight, combat
һуғышBashkirnounstruggle
өйдөтYakutverbto remindtransitive
өйдөтYakutverbto explaintransitive
өйдөөYakutverbto remembertransitive
өйдөөYakutverbto understandtransitive
բուսնելArmenianverbto grow, to germinate
բուսնելArmenianverbto appear suddenlyfiguratively
դավիArmeniannounquarrel, row, disputedialectal
դավիArmeniannounsuit, actionlawdialectal
խուրմաArmeniannoundate (fruit)
խուրմաArmeniannounpersimmon (fruit)
կոստյումArmeniannounsuit (formal wear, usually jacket and pants or jacket and skirt)
կոստյումArmeniannouncostume (dress in the performing arts, e.g., for a play or film)
հասակOld Armeniannounage (of a person)
հասակOld Armeniannounheight, stature (of a person)
տասներորդArmeniannumtenth
տասներորդArmeniannounthe tenth part
տասներորդArmenianadvtenthly
քերեմOld Armenianverbto scrape, to scratch, to grate, to graze, to rasp, to plane, to polish
քերեմOld Armenianverbto erase, to scratch out
քերեմOld Armenianverbto rub the skin off, to excoriate, to flay, to lacerate, to torture
քերեմOld Armenianverbto take away, to remove, to annul
քերեմOld Armenianverbto engrave, to inscribe, to write
օրէնOld Armeniannounlaw; precepts; faith, religion; constitution; rule, regulation; right; principle, maxim
օրէնOld Armeniannounusage, uses, custom
օրէնOld ArmeniannouncommunionChristianity
օրէնOld Armeniannouncondition, fashion, mode
օրէնOld Armeniannoundistrict, canton, province
օրէնOld Armeniannounmenstruation
օրէնOld Armeniannounforming adverbsas a suffix
גנבֿYiddishnounthief, fraudster
גנבֿYiddishnouncrook, rascal, scoundrel, person who wrongs anotherderogatory
הלךHebrewverbto walk, go, especially on footconstruction-pa'al
הלךHebrewverbto happen, go onconstruction-pa'al
הלךHebrewverbto go away, departconstruction-pa'al
הלךHebrewverbgone, wasted, damaged in an irreparable mannercolloquial construction-pa'al
סיפתאAramaicnounlip
סיפתאAramaicnounbrim, edge, border, ledge
סיפתאAramaicnounshore, bank
פּאָרYiddishnounpair, couple
פּאָרYiddishnounmatch, mate
תנאיHebrewnounA condition, an antecedent: the first half of a conditional statement, on which the consequent depends.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
תנאיHebrewnounA condition (to an agreement): a proviso, a requirement, a prerequisite.
תנאיHebrewnounA condition: an aspect of a situation.
תנאיHebrewnounSingular construct state form of תְּנַאי.construct form-of singular
תנאיHebrewnounPlural construct state form of תְּנַאי.construct form-of plural
ایرکھاUrdunounjealousy
ایرکھاUrdunounspite
ایرکھاUrdunounenvy
جوزSouth Levantine Arabicnounpair
جوزSouth Levantine Arabicnounhusband
جوزSouth Levantine Arabicnounnutscollective
حرامPersianadjharamIslam lifestyle religion
حرامPersianadjforbidden
حرامPersianadjillegitimate
حرامPersianadjanalogous to saying "poor thing" as an expression of compassion towards the suffering
طاتلوOttoman Turkishadjsweet, being notable through being sugary, agreeable on the tongue
طاتلوOttoman Turkishnounsweet, dessert, concentrated juice for coffee, anything that enhances a meal by its high sugar content
طاتلوOttoman Turkishnounsweet words, blandishment, affability
طارمPersiannounwooden building of a circular form with an arched roof, gazebo
طارمPersiannoundome; roof
طارمPersiannounpalisade to exclude people from a garden
طارمPersiannountrellis for vine and other climbing plants
طنبArabicnounCordia africanaYemen
طنبArabicnounrope, linearchaic
طنبArabicnounartery or tendonarchaic
طنبArabicverbto be curved, crooked, hurledobsolete
طنبArabicverbto have long and weak feetobsolete
طنبArabicverbto have a long back (said of a horse)obsolete
طنبArabicverbto bind or tie with a ropearchaic
طنبArabicverbto stay, to abide in [+ بِِ (object) = in] / to stay, to abide inarchaic
طنبArabicverbto be exceedingly diligent, to be overly zealousarchaic
طنبArabicverbto howl (said of a wolf)archaic
كوسمنOttoman Turkishnounbellwether
كوسمنOttoman Turkishnoundaredevil
كوسمنOttoman Turkishadjbold, daring
نعوظArabicnounverbal noun of نَعَظَ (naʕaẓa) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
نعوظArabicnounerectionmedicine physiology sciences
هيچIraqi Arabicadvthus, so
هيچIraqi Arabicintjforget it; used to dismiss an idea or a topic.
ܝܗܘܕܝܐClassical SyriacnounJudean
ܝܗܘܕܝܐClassical SyriacnounJewJudaism
މޮޑެނީDhivehiverbto mix together, jumble together
މޮޑެނީDhivehiverbto knead
މޮޑެނީDhivehiverbto massage
މޮޑެނީDhivehiverbto work
މޮޑެނީDhivehiverbto crush
अरRajasthaniadvagain
अरRajasthaniconjand
प्रस्तरSanskritnouna flat surface, flat top, level, a plain
प्रस्तरSanskritnouna rock, stone
भुजPalinounDevanagari script form of bhuja (“arm”)Devanagari alt-of masculine
भुजPaliadjDevanagari script form of bhuja (“bending”)Devanagari alt-of
भुजPaliadjDevanagari script form of bhuja (“clean”)Devanagari alt-of
मिस्त्रीHindinounmechanic
मिस्त्रीHindinounartisan, craftsman
मेमHindinounthe wife of a British officialhistorical
मेमHindinouna married upper class white woman
लहानMarathiadjsmall
लहानMarathiadjshort
विरोचनSanskritnounthe sun
विरोचनSanskritnounthe moon
विरोचनSanskritnamename of an Asuralifestyle religionVedic
অগড়-বগড়Bengalinounrubbish, worthless or trashy things
অগড়-বগড়Bengalinounirrelevant/meaningless talk
ঠান্ডাBengaliadjcold, cool, chilly
ঠান্ডাBengaliadjraw, bleak
মাহতাবBengalinounthe moon
মাহতাবBengalinounmoonlight, moonshine
মাহতাবBengalinouna fireworks type
মাহতাবBengalinounrocket
মাহতাবBengalinamea male given name, Mahtab, from Persian
যোPalipronBengali script form of yo, which is masculine nominative singular of য (ya, “who (relative, m)”)Bengali form-of
যোPalinounBengali script form of yo, which is nominative singular of য (ya, “letter 'y'”)Bengali form-of
கலைTamilnounart
கலைTamilnounlearning, erudition
கலைTamilnounbrightness, splendor
கலைTamilnounlanguage
கலைTamilnountreatise, book
கலைTamilverbto become or be strewn or messyintransitive
கலைTamilverbto disperseintransitive
கலைTamilverbto be disorderedintransitive
கலைTamilverbto strewtransitive
கலைTamilverbto disordertransitive
పొంగుTeluguverbTo effervesce; to boil or bubble up, overflow, boil over.
పొంగుTeluguverbTo swell.
పొంగుTeluguverbTo foment.
పొంగుTeluguverbTo exult, to be overjoyed, elated, to be in ecstasy.
పొంగుTeluguverbTo become proud.
పొంగుTelugunouneffervescence, boiling or bubbling up, overflowing.
పొంగుTelugunounEruption of the measles.
നായMalayalamnoundog
നായMalayalamnounmale dog
നായMalayalamnounan abusederogatory vulgar
രാജൻMalayalamnounking
രാജൻMalayalamnounA surname
ඉමPaliadjSinhala script form of ima (“this”)
ඉමPalipronSinhala script form of ima (“this”)masculine
ඉමPalipronSinhala script form of ima (“this”)neuter
ติดThaiverbto attach; to be attached to; to stick to.
ติดThaiverbto adjoin; to connect.
ติดThaiverbto stick to; to adhere to.
ติดThaiverbto be stopped; to be blocked; to be stuck in.
ติดThaiverbto be addicted to; to form a habit.
ติดThaiverbto light up; to ignite; to start up.
ฟองมันThainounThai punctuation mark ๏, marking the beginning of a new paragraph.media publishing typographyin old script
ฟองมันThainoungreasy egg.
วิมลThaiadjchaste; virgin.formal
วิมลThaiadjclean; clear; dirtless; pure.formal
วิมลThaiadjdefectless; flawless; perfect.formal
วิมลThaiadjguiltless; innocent.formal
อบอุ่นThaiadjwarm.climatology meteorology natural-sciences weatherof climate usually
อบอุ่นThaiadjwarm; genial; friendly.mannercharacter of person usually
བྲནTibetannounserf
བྲནTibetannounslave, subject
བྲནTibetannounservitude, enslavement
བྲནTibetannounsprinkle (water)
အစာBurmesenounfood
အစာBurmesenounstuffing
პარკიGeorgiannounsack (bag)
პარკიGeorgiannouncocoon
პარკიGeorgiannounpod
პარკიGeorgiannounpark
ᎪᎯᏳᏗCherokeenounfaith, belief
ᎪᎯᏳᏗCherokeenounfidelity
កិច្ចPaliadjKhmer script form of kicca, which is a gerundive of ករោតិ (karoti, “to do”)Khmer character form-of
កិច្ចPalinounKhmer script form of kicca (“duty”)Khmer character form-of neuter
ប្រឌិតKhmeradjto be fictional, fictitious
ប្រឌិតKhmerverbto invent, to imagine
ប្រឌិតKhmernouninvention, fiction
ᠪᠠᡳᡨᠠManchunounthing; matter
ᠪᠠᡳᡨᠠManchunounofficial business; public duty
ᠪᠠᡳᡨᠠManchunounmeans; solution; way (of doing something)
ᠪᠠᡳᡨᠠManchunounextramarital relations
ᨾᩣᨲᩣᨷᩥᨲᩩPalinounTai Tham script form of mātāpitu, which is inflection of ᨾᩣᨲᩣᨷᩥᨲᩁ᩺: ## combining form ## alternative stem (mātāpitar, “mother and father”) / Tai Tham script form of mātāpitu, which is inflection of ᨾᩣᨲᩣᨷᩥᨲᩁ᩺Tai-Tham character form-of
ᨾᩣᨲᩣᨷᩥᨲᩩPalinounTai Tham script form of mātāpitu, which is inflection of ᨾᩣᨲᩣᨷᩥᨲᩁ᩺: ## combining form ## alternative stem (mātāpitar, “mother and father”) / combining formin-compounds
ᨾᩣᨲᩣᨷᩥᨲᩩPalinounTai Tham script form of mātāpitu, which is inflection of ᨾᩣᨲᩣᨷᩥᨲᩁ᩺: ## combining form ## alternative stem (mātāpitar, “mother and father”) / alternative stem (mātāpitar, “mother and father”)
ṣigidiYorubanounbeing solid, roundish, hard, and lightweightideophone of an object
ṣigidiYorubanouna human shaped stationary and odious figurine, used as a ritual offensive weapon and a guardian of the home. It is believed that through the spirit that inhabits the figurine, Ṣìgìdì, the figurine is able to be remotely activated, where it can inflict disease or death on its targets
ṣigidiYorubanouna physical representation of the orisha Ṣìgìdì
ṣigidiYorubanounmummybroadly
ṣigidiYorubanounrobot, drone (anything that is remote-controlled)broadly idiomatic
ἄνταAncient Greekadvover against, face to faceEpic
ἄνταAncient Greekprepover against, oppositeEpic with-genitive
ἄνταAncient Greekprepbefore, confronted withEpic with-genitive
ὀλοόςAncient Greekadjdestructive, deadly, fatal
ὀλοόςAncient Greekadjsinister, ominous
ⲙⲉⲣⲓCopticnounnoonBohairic
ⲙⲉⲣⲓCopticnoundayBohairic
カラオケJapanesenounkaraoke: popular music remixed or arranged to remove the lead vocals, and played back for entertainment, allowing others to sing the lead part
カラオケJapanesenouna method of preparing recorded material for a music performer (a singer or instrument player) and playing it back when the performer performs
カラオケJapanesenouna karaoke machine, a music playback machine that plays popular tunes with the lead vocals audio missing or removed, and often with a video screen showing the song lyrics highlighted in time with the music
Chinesecharactera kind of animalobsolete
Chinesecharacterterrier
一號Chinesenounfirst day of the month
一號Chinesenountoilet; bathroomeuphemistic
一號Chinesenountop (in a homosexual relationship)LGBTslang
丑角Chinesenounclown role; comic character; harlequin
丑角Chinesenounclown; buffoon; fool; despicable personfiguratively
二弦Chinesenounhuqin (any of a family of vertical bowed lutes used in Chinese music)
二弦Chinesenounerxian (one of several bowed string instruments in the huqin family, used in traditional Chinese music)specifically
二弦ChinesenounerhuCantonese Hakka Hokkien Zhao'an specifically
二弦Chinesenounerxian (a long-necked plucked lute with two strings, used in traditional Chinese music)obsolete
低下Japanesenouna fall
低下Japanesenouna decline, a deterioration
低下Japaneseverbfall, drop
低下Japaneseverbdecline, deteriorate
佛像Chinesenounicon or statue of the Shakyamuni Buddha (or other venerated buddhas and boddhisatvas) (Classifier: 尊)
佛像Chinesenounany icon or statue depicting a Chinese god, saint, or immortal (Classifier: 尊)
做夢Chineseverbto dreamintransitive verb-object
做夢Chineseverbto have a pipe dreamintransitive verb-object
Chinesecharacterutmost; extreme; furthest
Chinesecharacterto do one's utmost; to do all one can; to do one's best
Chinesecharacterto give priority to
切片Chineseverbto cut into slices
切片Chinesenounslice
切片Chinesenounsection (of organic tissues)medicine sciences
Chinesecharacterto break, choparchaic
Chinesecharacterto chopMin-Dong Min-Nan
Chinesecharacterto finely chop, to mincePenang-Hokkien
Chinesecharacterto divide; to mark off
Chinesecharacterto plan
Chinesecharacterto scratch; to cut (the surface)
Chinesecharacterto strike (a match); to wipe
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 畫/画 (“stroke (line drawn with a writing implement)”)alt-of alternative
ChinesecharacterUsed in 劃然/划然.
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 㓦劃/㓦划 (bāihuai).
厄介Japaneseadjburdensome, troublesome
厄介Japaneseadjinconvenient
厄介Japaneseadjdependent
厄介Japanesenountrouble, burden
厄介Japanesenouninconvenience
史実Japanesenounhistorical fact
史実Japanesenamea female given name
史実Japanesenamea female given name
史実Japanesenamea female given name
同窗Chineseverbto study in the same school or class
同窗Chinesenounschoolmate; classmate
Chinesecharacterwise, sagacious
Chinesecharacterwise man, sage
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 嘟囔 (dūnang).
Chinesecharacterto pout; to pucker upcolloquial regional
Chinesecharacterto honk; to beepof a car
Chinesecharacterbeep soundCantonese
Chinesecharacterbleep (as a replacement of any profanity)Cantonese euphemistic
Chinesecharacterto tap a card; to swipe a cardCantonese
Chinesecharacterto scancomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesCantonese
Vietnamesecharacterto return, to turn aroundhan
Vietnamesecharactera time or occurrence (especially in the past)han
Vietnamesecharactera chapter, an acthan
Vietnamesecharacteranything related to Islamhan
回転Japanesenounrotation
回転Japanesenounrevolution
回転Japaneseverbto rotate, spin
回転Japaneseverbto revolve
JapanesecharacterprisonHyōgai kanji uncommon
JapanesecharacterarrestHyōgai kanji uncommon
Chinesecharactervilla; country house
Chinesecharacter^† village / villageobsolete
Chinesecharacter^† Alternative form of 野 (“countryside”) / Alternative form of 野 (“countryside”)alt-of alternative obsolete
大将Japanesenounthe chief of the 近衛府 (Konoefu)governmenthistorical
大将Japanesenouna generalgovernment military politics war
大将Japanesenounan admiral (naval officer of the highest rank)government military politics war
大将Japanesenouna sportsperson who assumes the leading role in a team, generally the strongest member
大概Chineseadvapproximately; roughly; about
大概Chineseadvprobably; likely
大概Chinesenoungeneral idea; rough idea
大概Chineseadjapproximate; roughattributive
大概Chineseadjgenerous; magnanimousMin-Nan Zhangzhou
岡崎ChinesenameOkazaki (a city in Aichi Prefecture, Japan)
岡崎ChinesenameAn orthographic borrowing of the Japanese surname 岡崎, Okazaki
TranslingualcharacterKangxi radical #54, ⼵.han
TranslingualcharacterShuowen Jiezi radical №35han
Chinesecharacterto indulge oneself; to be profligate; to throw off restraint
Chinesecharacterto allow someone to do as they please
Chinesecharacterwantonly; to one’s heart's content
Chinesecharacterto change
Chinesecharactercomfortable; cosydialectal
Chinesecharacterto know; to learn; to be informed of
Chinesecharacterto use up; to exhaust
Chinesecharacterall; fully; entirely
Chinesecharacterdetailed
Chinesecharactergloomy; depressed; melancholy
Chinesecharacterbored
Chinesecharacterstuffy
KoreancharacterHanja form of 방 (“to release; to let go; to emit”).Hanja alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 방 (“to shoot; to fire”).Hanja alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 방 (“to banish; to exile”).Hanja alt-of hanja
Chinesecharacterunimpeded; smooth
Chinesecharactercomfortable
Chinesecharacteruninhibited; unrestrained
ChinesecharacterwholeTeochew
Chinesecharacterto lead to; to go throughTeochew
Chinesecharacterto knowTeochew
Chinesecharactera surname
Chinesecharactermoon appears in the east on the start of Chinese calendar month
Chinesecharacterinsufficient
Japanesecharacterwishgrade-4-kanji kanji
Japanesecharacterhopegrade-4-kanji kanji
Japanesecharacterdesiregrade-4-kanji kanji
Japanesenamea male given name
Japanesenamea female given name
框架Chinesenounframeworkarchitecture
框架Chinesenounframework; structure; framefiguratively
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 砧 (“base for chopping”)alt-of alternative
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 葚 (“mulberry fruit”)alt-of alternative
Chinesecharactermold or fungus grown on fallen trees
JapanesecharacterJinmeiyō kanji no-gloss
Japanesenounlive oak, evergreen oak
滴答ChineseadvThe sound of dripping water: pitter-patteronomatopoeic
滴答ChineseadvThe sound of a ticking clock: tick; tick tack; tick tockonomatopoeic
滴答Chineseverbto fall in drops; to driponomatopoeic
Chinesecharacterunkind; shallowliterary
ChinesecharacterUsed in 淋漓 (línlí).
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 醨 (lí, “dilute wine”)alt-of alternative
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 離/离 (“to depart from; to deviate from”)alt-of alternative
Chinesecharacterthe sound of cattle: mooonomatopoeic
Chinesecharacterto seek; to obtain; to seize
Chinesecharacterto exceed; to increase; to doubleobsolete
Chinesecharacterbroad; greatobsolete
Chinesecharacterlonglastingobsolete
Chinesecharacterto love
Chinesecharacterlook; appearanceobsolete
Chinesecharacterspearobsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 麰/𮮇 (móu, “barley”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 眸 (móu, “eyeball”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 堥 (“earthen pot”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 侔 (móu, “to be equal”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 鍪 (móu, “helmet”)alt-of alternative obsolete
Chinesecharacter(historical) Mou (an ancient state in modern-day Shandong, China)
Chinesecharactera surname
ChinesecharacterUsed in place names.
Chinesecharactera surname
理則Chinesenounlogicobsolete
理則Chinesenounprincipal; ruleliterary
Chinesecharacterwhetstoneobsolete
Chinesecharacterto whet; to sharpenobsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 鑢/𮣶 (“to rub; file (tool); to file”)Hokkien alt-of alternative
Japanesecharactergrade-1-kanji kanji no-gloss
Japanesenounthe sky
Japaneseprefixsomething emptymorpheme
Japaneseprefixineffectualmorpheme
Japaneseprefixfalsemorpheme
Japanesenounempty air
Japanesenounmeaninglessness
Japanesenounsunyata: emptiness, vacuity, awareness, openness, thusnessBuddhism lifestyle religion
Japanesenounvoid: one of the 五大 (godai, literally “great five”) and the highest of the five elementsBuddhism lifestyle religion
Chinesecharactera hole, cleft
Chinesecharactername of a place
JapanesecharacterscytheHyōgai kanji uncommon
Japanesecharacterto scythe, to cutHyōgai kanji uncommon
菜汁Chinesenounvegetable juice
菜汁Chinesenounfood sauce on a leftover dishCantonese
蟾宮Chinesenounthe palace of the Moonhuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesChinese
蟾宮Chinesenounthe Moonfiguratively literary
試驗Chineseverbto conduct an experiment; to run a trial
試驗Chineseverbto test; to examinedated
試驗Chinesenounexperiment; trial; test (Classifier: 次 m; 個/个 m)
試驗Chinesenountest (of a person's proficiency or knowledge); examination; examdated
Chinesecharacterstratagem; device; plan; scheme
Chinesecharacterto plan; to plot; to devise
Chinesecharacterto seek; to work for
Chinesecharacterto consult
豬崽Chinesenounpiglet; piglingdialectal
豬崽ChinesenounAlternative form of 豬仔/猪仔 (zhūzǎi, “men tricked into working abroad as coolies”)alt-of alternative dated
避雷Chineseverbto avoid damage caused by lightning
避雷Chineseverbto avoid buying poor-quality goods, seeing undesirable content, etc.Internet
ChinesecharacterUsed in 邯鄲/邯郸 (Hándān).
ChinesecharacterUsed in 邯山 (Hánshān).
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 𣵷alt-of alternative
Chinesecharactera surname
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 邯淡.
鄙賤Chineseadjhumble; lowlyof position or status
鄙賤Chineseadjmean and lowof character
鄙賤Chineseverbto not attach importance to; to look down on; to think little of; to despiseliterary
鄙賤ChinesepronI; mehumble literary
Japanesecharacterdrunkkanji shinjitai
Japanesecharacterfeel sickkanji shinjitai
Japanesecharacterthe sungrade-3-kanji kanji
Japanesecharacteryang (in contrast to yin)grade-3-kanji kanji
JapanesenounAlternative spelling of 日: sun, sunshinealt-of alternative
Japaneseaffixsun; sunlight; light
Japaneseaffixyang (in yin-yang)
Japaneseaffixpositive; plus; male
Japaneseaffixopen; overt
Japanesenounyang (in yin-yang)
Japanesenounopen (visible space)
頂きますJapanesephraseto receivehumble polite
頂きますJapanesephraseto eat; I will eat, let's eathumble polite
頂きますJapaneseverbformal non-past of いただく (itadaku)form-of formal non-past
頂風Chineseverbto go against the wind; to face into the wind
頂風Chineseverbto openly go against the law; to flagrantly flout a regulation or law that is being vigorously implementedfiguratively
頂風Chinesenounheadwind
Chinesecharacterto shave a male person's head as a punishment in ancient Chinahistorical
ChinesecharacterBuddhist monkfiguratively
Chinesecharacterto trim the branches off a treefiguratively
Chinesecharacterto shave; to peel; to scrape off; to pareQuanzhou Taiwanese-Hokkien Xiamen
Chinesecharacterto have the throat feel dryHokkien Xiamen
魔術師Japanesenounmagician, conjurer
魔術師Japanesenouna user of magic: a sorcerer, witch, wizard, or magefantasy
魔術師Japanesenounthe Magicianhuman-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences tarot
鵜飼いJapanesenouncormorant fishing
鵜飼いJapanesenouncormorant fishermen
ꙗблокоOld Rutheniannounapple
ꙗблокоOld Rutheniannounthe fruit of some plants (e.g. pomegranate)
ꙗблокоOld Rutheniannounround object, sphere, ball
ꙗблокоOld Rutheniannounglobus cruciger, orb (a globe with a cross used as a symbol of royal power)
ꯀꯣꯛManipurinounhead.
ꯀꯣꯛManipurinounthe name of the letter ꯀ (ka).
계산Koreannouncalculation, reckoning
계산Koreannounpay
구경Koreannouna viewing
구경Koreannouna thing worth watching
구경Koreannounfirearm caliber
구경Koreannounculmination, conclusionBuddhism lifestyle religion
구경Koreannouncormbiology botany natural-sciences
구경Koreannounno-gloss
Koreansyllable令: (MC reading: 令 (MC ljen|ljeng|leng|ljengH|lengH)) / 令
Koreansyllable令: (MC reading: 令 (MC ljen|ljeng|leng|ljengH|lengH))
Koreansyllable領: (MC reading: 領 (MC ljengX)) / 領
Koreansyllable領: (MC reading: 領 (MC ljengX))
Koreansyllable嶺: (MC reading: 嶺 (MC ljengX)) / 嶺
Koreansyllable嶺: (MC reading: 嶺 (MC ljengX))
Koreansyllable零: (MC reading: 零 (MC len|leng|lengH)) / 零
Koreansyllable零: (MC reading: 零 (MC len|leng|lengH))
Koreansyllable靈: (MC reading: 靈 (MC leng)) / 靈
Koreansyllable靈: (MC reading: 靈 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable伶: (MC reading: 伶 (MC leng)) / 伶
Koreansyllable伶: (MC reading: 伶 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable玲: (MC reading: 玲 (MC leng)) / 玲
Koreansyllable玲: (MC reading: 玲 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable姈: (MC reading: 姈 (MC leng)) / 姈
Koreansyllable姈: (MC reading: 姈 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable昤: (MC reading: 昤 (MC leng)) / 昤
Koreansyllable昤: (MC reading: 昤 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable鈴: (MC reading: 鈴 (MC leng)) / 鈴
Koreansyllable鈴: (MC reading: 鈴 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable齡: (MC reading: 齡 (MC leng)) / 齡
Koreansyllable齡: (MC reading: 齡 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable怜: (MC reading: 怜 (MC len|leng)) / 怜
Koreansyllable怜: (MC reading: 怜 (MC len|leng))
Koreansyllable囹: (MC reading: 囹 (MC leng)) / 囹
Koreansyllable囹: (MC reading: 囹 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable笭: (MC reading: 笭 (MC leng|lengX)) / 笭
Koreansyllable笭: (MC reading: 笭 (MC leng|lengX))
Koreansyllable羚: (MC reading: 羚 (MC leng)) / 羚
Koreansyllable羚: (MC reading: 羚 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable翎: (MC reading: 翎 (MC leng)) / 翎
Koreansyllable翎: (MC reading: 翎 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable聆: (MC reading: 聆 (MC leng)) / 聆
Koreansyllable聆: (MC reading: 聆 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable逞: (MC reading: 逞 (MC trhjengX)) / 逞
Koreansyllable逞: (MC reading: 逞 (MC trhjengX))
Koreansyllable泠: (MC reading: 泠 (MC leng)) / 泠
Koreansyllable泠: (MC reading: 泠 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable澪: (MC reading: 澪 (MC leng)) / 澪
Koreansyllable澪: (MC reading: 澪 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable岭: (MC reading: 岭 (MC leng)) / 岭
Koreansyllable岭: (MC reading: 岭 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable呤: (MC reading: 呤 (MC leng)) / 呤
Koreansyllable呤: (MC reading: 呤 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable另: (MC reading: 另) / 另
Koreansyllable另: (MC reading: 另)
Koreansyllable欞: (MC reading: 欞) / 欞
Koreansyllable欞: (MC reading: 欞)
Koreansyllable鹷: (MC reading: 鹷 (MC leng)) / 鹷
Koreansyllable鹷: (MC reading: 鹷 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable秢: (MC reading: 秢 (MC leng)) / 秢
Koreansyllable秢: (MC reading: 秢 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable苓: (MC reading: 苓 (MC leng)) / 苓
Koreansyllable苓: (MC reading: 苓 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable蛉: (MC reading: 蛉 (MC leng)) / 蛉
Koreansyllable蛉: (MC reading: 蛉 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable軨: (MC reading: 軨 (MC leng)) / 軨
Koreansyllable軨: (MC reading: 軨 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable鴒: (MC reading: 鴒 (MC leng)) / 鴒
Koreansyllable鴒: (MC reading: 鴒 (MC leng))
Koreansyllable岺: Alternative form of 岭 (MC reading: 岺) / 岺: Alternative form of 岭
Koreansyllable岺: Alternative form of 岭 (MC reading: 岺)
옥신각신Koreanadvarguing about right and wrong
옥신각신Koreannounquarrel, debate, argument
익숙하다Koreanadjskilled
익숙하다Koreanadjfamiliar
전선Koreannounbattlefrontgovernment military politics war
전선Koreannounfront; alignmentgovernment politics
전선Koreannounfront linegovernment military politics waralso figuratively
전선Koreannounweather frontclimatology meteorology natural-sciences
전선Koreannounelectrical wire
전선Koreannounwhole line (e.g. of a railroad route)
전선Koreannounall frontsgovernment military politics war
전선Koreannounwarshipgovernment military politics war
쩨꺽KoreannounConveys a loud clunky clicking noise (e.g. ticking of a clock)ideophone onomatopoeic
쩨꺽Koreannounsnapping or bumping into each otherideophone of large solid objects onomatopoeic
쩨꺽KoreannounShort for 쩨꺼덕 (jjekkeodeok, “very quickly, immediately (especially done in a single move)”).abbreviation alt-of ideophone
(law) evidence based on the reports of others rather than on personal knowledgehearsayEnglishnounInformation that was heard by one person about another that cannot be adequately substantiated.uncountable usually
(law) evidence based on the reports of others rather than on personal knowledgehearsayEnglishnounEvidence based on the reports of others, which is normally inadmissible because it was not made under oath, rather than on personal knowledge.lawuncountable usually
(law) evidence based on the reports of others rather than on personal knowledgehearsayEnglishnounAn out-of-court statement offered in court for the truth of the matter asserted, which is normally inadmissible because it is not subject to cross-examination unless the hearsay statement falls under one of a number of exceptions.lawuncountable usually
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounReal or perceived movement of atmospheric air usually caused by convection or differences in air pressure.countable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounAir artificially put in motion by any force or action.countable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounThe ability to breathe easily.countable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounNews of an event, especially by hearsay or gossip.countable figuratively uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounA tendency or trend.countable figuratively uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounOne of the four elements of the ancient Greeks and Romans; air.alchemy human-sciences philosophy pseudoscience sciencescountable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounOne of the five basic elements in Indian and Japanese models of the Classical elements.countable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounFlatus.colloquial uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounBreath modulated by the respiratory and vocal organs, or by an instrument.countable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounThe woodwind section of an orchestra. Occasionally also used to include the brass section.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounA direction from which the wind may blow; a point of the compass; especially, one of the cardinal points.countable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounTypes of playing-tile in the game of mah-jongg, named after the four winds.countable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounA disease of sheep, in which the intestines are distended with air, or rather affected with a violent inflammation. It occurs immediately after shearing.countable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounMere breath or talk; empty effort; idle words.countable figuratively uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounA bird, the dotterel.countable uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounThe region of the solar plexus, where a blow may paralyze the diaphragm and cause temporary loss of breath or other injury.boxing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warcountable slang uncountable
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo blow air through a wind instrument or horn to make a sound.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo cause (someone) to become breathless, as by a blow to the abdomen, or by physical exertion, running, etc.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo cause a baby to bring up wind by patting its back after being fed.Britain transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo turn a boat or ship around, so that the wind strikes it on the opposite side.Britain transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo expose to the wind; to winnow; to ventilate.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo perceive or follow by scent.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo rest (a horse, etc.) in order to allow the breath to be recovered; to breathe.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo turn a windmill so that its sails face into the wind.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo turn coils of (a cord or something similar) around something.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo tighten the spring of a clockwork mechanism such as that of a clock.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo entwist; to enfold; to encircle.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo travel in a way that is not straight.intransitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo have complete control over; to turn and bend at one's pleasure; to vary or alter at will; to regulate; to govern.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo introduce by insinuation; to insinuate.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo cover or surround with something coiled about.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo cause to move by exerting a winding force; to haul or hoist, as by a winch.transitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishverbTo turn (a ship) around, end for end.nautical transporttransitive
(music) the woodwind section of an orchestra; occasionally also used to include the brass sectionwindEnglishnounThe act of winding or turning; a turn; a bend; a twist.
Allegiance to QuebecQuebecismEnglishnounThe quality of belonging to or being characteristic of Quebec.uncountable
Allegiance to QuebecQuebecismEnglishnounAllegiance or loyalty to Quebec.uncountable
Allegiance to QuebecQuebecismEnglishnounA word or phrase of Quebec; one originating there, or only used there, or having special meaning there.countable
Alnus glutinosablack alderEnglishnounA tree (Alnus glutinosa), of many practical uses, growing in moist conditions in Europe.countable uncountable
Alnus glutinosablack alderEnglishnounWood or other product of the tree.uncountable
Alnus glutinosablack alderEnglishnounAmerican winterberry, Ilex verticillata.countable uncountable
AsteroidPsycheEnglishnameThe personification of the soul. Originally a mortal princess who later married Eros/Cupid, (the god of love), was deified, and bore him a daughter, Hedone/Voluptas.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek Roman
AsteroidPsycheEnglishname16 Psyche, a main belt asteroid
Bachelor of EngineeringB.Eng.EnglishnounBachelor of Arts in English.
Bachelor of EngineeringB.Eng.EnglishnounBachelor of Engineering.
Form IV: أَحَاطَ (ʔaḥāṭa, “to surround, encircle, ring”); Verbal nounح و طArabicrootRelated to guarding, protecting, taking care.morpheme
Form IV: أَحَاطَ (ʔaḥāṭa, “to surround, encircle, ring”); Verbal nounح و طArabicrootRelated to surrounding, encircling.morpheme
Form IV: أَحَاطَ (ʔaḥāṭa, “to surround, encircle, ring”); Verbal nounح و طArabicrootRelated to knowing thoroughly.morpheme
Form IV: أَدْسَمَ (ʔadsama, “to obturate, to block up, to lock up”); Verbal nounد س مArabicrootrelated to obturationmorpheme
Form IV: أَدْسَمَ (ʔadsama, “to obturate, to block up, to lock up”); Verbal nounد س مArabicrootrelated to greasemorpheme
Form IV: أَنْفَقَ (ʔanfaqa); Verbal nounن ف قArabicrootrelated to retreating in a burrowmorpheme
Form IV: أَنْفَقَ (ʔanfaqa); Verbal nounن ف قArabicrootrelated to economical expenditure, a good running out on one side and increasing on the othermorpheme
Form IV: أَنْفَقَ (ʔanfaqa); Verbal nounن ف قArabicrootrelated to perishingmorpheme
Form IV: أَنْفَقَ (ʔanfaqa); Verbal nounن ف قArabicrootrelated to duplicity, taking one position and elsewhere another, hypocrisymorpheme
Form V: تَعَرَّسَ (taʕarrasa)ع ر سArabicrootrelated to matrimony, weddings, marriage, brides and grooms, wedding parties, wedding feasts and celebrationsmorpheme
Form V: تَعَرَّسَ (taʕarrasa)ع ر سArabicrootrelated to being dear, to be precious or desirable, to be a sensation, to be like a doll, stemming from being like a bridemorpheme
Form VI: تَعَالَّ (taʕālla), تَعَالَلَ (taʕālala); Active participleع ل لArabicrootrelated to weakness, malleabilitymorpheme
Form VI: تَعَالَّ (taʕālla), تَعَالَلَ (taʕālala); Active participleع ل لArabicrootrelated to ailment, defect, emptiness, not at full capacity or at the best conditionmorpheme
Form VI: تَعَالَّ (taʕālla), تَعَالَلَ (taʕālala); Active participleع ل لArabicrootrelated to proferred reasonsmorpheme
Form VIII: اِذَّكَرَ (iḏḏakara, “to remember, to bear in mind”), اِدَّكَرَ (iddakara, “to remember, to bear in mind”); Verbal nounذ ك رArabicrootrelated to remembrance.morpheme
Form VIII: اِذَّكَرَ (iḏḏakara, “to remember, to bear in mind”), اِدَّكَرَ (iddakara, “to remember, to bear in mind”); Verbal nounذ ك رArabicrootrelated to maleness.morpheme
Grantha scriptअल्पप्राणSanskritnounslight breathing or weak aspirationhuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
Grantha scriptअल्पप्राणSanskritadjhaving shortness of breathliterally
Grantha scriptअल्पप्राणSanskritadjtired; out of breath
Grantha scriptअल्पप्राणSanskritadjunaspiratedhuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounmorality, virtue, moral code, good deed, good works
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounthat which is established or firm, steadfast decree, statute, ordinance, law
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounusage, practice, customary observance or prescribed conduct, duty
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounright, justice (often as a synonym of punishment)
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounreligion, religious merit
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounLaw or Justice personified
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounthe law or doctrine of Buddhism
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounthe ethical precepts of Buddhism
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounthe law of Northern Buddhism
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounnature, character, peculiar condition or essential quality, property, mark, peculiarity
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnouna particular ceremony
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounsacrifice
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounthe ninth mansion
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounUpanishad
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounassociating with the virtuous
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounreligious abstraction, devotion
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounbow
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounSoma-drinker
Grantha scriptधर्मSanskritnounname of the 15th अर्हत् (arhat) of the present अवसर्पिणी (ava-sarpiṇī)
Grantha scriptभिक्षाSanskritnounalms, begging
Grantha scriptभिक्षाSanskritnounwages
Grantha scriptभिक्षाSanskritnounservice
Grantha scriptयानSanskritnouncarriage, vehicle, mode of transport
Grantha scriptयानSanskritnounmoving, journey
Great BritainविलायतHindinouna foreign country, especially one in the West (Europe and North America)
Great BritainविलायतHindinounEngland, United Kingdom, Great Britainobsolete
Great BritainविलायतHindinounPersiahistorical
Letter combinationsղArmeniancharacterThe 18th letter of Armenian alphabet, called ղատ (ġat). Represents: / The 18th letter of Armenian alphabet, called ղատ (ġat).letter
Letter combinationsղArmeniancharacterThe 18th letter of Armenian alphabet, called ղատ (ġat). Represents: / Representsletter
Magadhi Prakritश्वासSanskritnounbreath
Magadhi Prakritश्वासSanskritnounsigh
Magadhi Prakritश्वासSanskritnounpanting
Manchu scriptईशSanskritadjowning, possessing
Manchu scriptईशSanskritnounlord, master, ruler
Manchu scriptईशSanskritnounone who is a master of anything
Manchu scriptईशSanskritnouna husband
Manchu scriptईशSanskritnouna रुद्र
Manchu scriptईशSanskritnounthe number ‘eleven’ (as there are eleven रुद्रs)
Manchu scriptईशSanskritnamename of शिव as regent of the north-east quarter
Manchu scriptईशSanskritnamename of शिव
Manchu scriptईशSanskritnamename of कुवेर
Middle Low German: rāmenrammProto-West Germanicadjstrongreconstruction
Middle Low German: rāmenrammProto-West Germanicadjoverwhelmingreconstruction
Middle Low German: rāmenrammProto-West Germanicnounmale sheep, rammasculine reconstruction
Nandinagari scriptरुजाSanskritnounbreaking; fracture
Nandinagari scriptरुजाSanskritnounpain; disease
Nandinagari scriptहृष्यतिSanskritverbthrills with rapture, rejoices, exults, is glad or pleasedclass-4 present type-p
Nandinagari scriptहृष्यतिSanskritverbbecome sexually excitedclass-4 present type-p
Nandinagari scriptहृष्यतिSanskritverbbecome erect or stiff or rigid, bristle (said of the hairs of the body), become on edge (like the teeth)class-4 present type-p
Noah's ArkörkIcelandicnounchest, trunkfeminine
Noah's ArkörkIcelandicnounark, Noah's Arkfeminine
Noah's ArkörkIcelandicnounsheet (of paper)feminine
Proto-North-West GermanicGermanicEnglishnameThe early, undocumented ancestral language from which other Germanic languages developed, such as Afrikaans, Danish, Dutch, Frisian, English, German, Faroese, Icelandic, Yiddish, Norwegian and Swedish.human-sciences linguistics sciences
Proto-North-West GermanicGermanicEnglishnameThe group of Indo-European languages that developed from (Ur-)Germanic.human-sciences linguistics sciences
Proto-North-West GermanicGermanicEnglishadjRelating to the Germanic peoples (such as Germans, Scandinavians or Anglo-Saxons).
Proto-North-West GermanicGermanicEnglishadjRelating to the language or group of languages known as Germanic.human-sciences linguistics sciences
Proto-North-West GermanicGermanicEnglishadjHaving German characteristics.
Proto-North-West GermanicGermanicEnglishnounA native of Germania.history human-sciences sciences
Rosa chinensisChina roseEnglishnounA plant or flower of the repeat-blooming Chinese rose species Rosa chinensis.
Rosa chinensisChina roseEnglishnounA plant or flower of one of the class of hybrids developed from Rosa chinensis.
Rosa chinensisChina roseEnglishnounSynonym of elderflower rose, Rosa cymosa.
Rosa chinensisChina roseEnglishnounSynonym of Chinese hibiscus, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis.
Siddham scriptप्यैSanskritrootto grow, increase, swellmorpheme
Siddham scriptप्यैSanskritrootto become full or exuberantmorpheme
Siddham scriptप्यैSanskritrootto overfill, surchargemorpheme
Siddham scriptप्यैSanskritrootto increase, enlarge, make fat or comfortablemorpheme
Something that gets a person somewhere fastexpress elevatorEnglishnounA high-speed elevator that only serves a select number of floors
Something that gets a person somewhere fastexpress elevatorEnglishnounSomething that gets a person somewhere fastidiomatic
Sub-Saharan Africa (historical)EthiopiaEnglishnameA country in East Africa. / The Ethiopian Empire, from c. 1270 to 1974; Abyssinia.
Sub-Saharan Africa (historical)EthiopiaEnglishnameA country in East Africa. / Italian Ethiopia, from 1936 to 1941.
Sub-Saharan Africa (historical)EthiopiaEnglishnameA country in East Africa. / Provisional Military Government of Socialist Ethiopia, from 1974 to 1987; Derg.
Sub-Saharan Africa (historical)EthiopiaEnglishnameA country in East Africa. / The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, since 1987.
Sub-Saharan Africa (historical)EthiopiaEnglishnameA country in East Africa.
Sub-Saharan Africa (historical)EthiopiaEnglishnameSub-Saharan Africa, especially the parts south of Egypt and along and east of the Nile.historical
Tamiasciurus hudsonicusred squirrelEnglishnounSciurus vulgaris (Eurasian red squirrel), common in Europe and Asia.
Tamiasciurus hudsonicusred squirrelEnglishnounTamiasciurus hudsonicus, the American red squirrel, found in parts of North America.
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishnounSenses relating to cutting tools. / A chisel with a curved blade for cutting or scooping channels, grooves, or holes in wood, stone, etc.countable uncountable
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishnounSenses relating to cutting tools. / A bookbinder's tool with a curved face, used for blind tooling or gilding.countable uncountable
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishnounSenses relating to cutting tools. / An incising tool that cuts blanks or forms for envelopes, gloves, etc., from leather, paper, or other materials.countable uncountable
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishnounA cut or groove, as left by a gouge or something sharp.countable uncountable
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishnounAn act of gouging.colloquial countable uncountable
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishnounA cheat, a fraud; an imposition.countable slang uncountable
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishnounAn impostor.countable slang uncountable
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishnounSoft material lying between the wall of a vein and the solid vein of ore.business miningcountable uncountable
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishnounInformation.government military politics warUS slang uncountable
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishverbTo make a groove, hole, or mark in by scooping with or as if with a gouge.transitive
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishverbTo cheat or impose upon; in particular, to charge an unfairly or unreasonably high price.transitive
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishverbTo dig or scoop (something) out with or as if with a gouge; in particular, to use a thumb to push or try to push the eye (of a person) out of its socket.intransitive transitive
To dig or scoop (something) outgougeEnglishverbTo use a gouge.intransitive
To exhaust, wear outknock upEnglishverbTo put together, fabricate, or assemble, particularly if done hastily or temporarily. See also knock together.colloquial
To exhaust, wear outknock upEnglishverbTo awaken (someone) as by knocking at the door; rouse; call; summon; also, to go door-to-door on election day to persuade a candidate's supporters to go to the polling station and vote. See also knocker up.Britain
To exhaust, wear outknock upEnglishverbTo exhaust; wear out; tire out; to fatigue until unable to do more.dated
To exhaust, wear outknock upEnglishverbTo become exhausted or worn out; to fail of strength; to become wearied, as with labor; to give out.dated intransitive
To exhaust, wear outknock upEnglishverbTo impregnate, especially out of wedlock. See knocked up.slang
To exhaust, wear outknock upEnglishverbTo gently hit the ball back and forth before a tennis match, as practice or warm-up, and to gauge the state of the playing surface, lighting, etc. See knock-up.intransitive
To exhaust, wear outknock upEnglishverbTo make even at the edges, or to shape into book form.arts bookbinding crafts hobbies lifestyle
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounSecurity, usually a sum of money, exchanged for the release of an arrested person as a guarantee of that person's appearance for trial.uncountable
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounRelease from imprisonment on payment of such money.lawUK countable uncountable
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounThe person providing such payment.lawUK countable uncountable
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounA bucket or scoop used for removing water from a boat etc.countable uncountable
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounA person who bails water out of a boat.countable uncountable
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounCustody; keeping.countable obsolete uncountable
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo secure the release of an arrested person by providing bail.
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo release a person under such guarantee.law
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo hand over personal property to be held temporarily by another as a bailment.law
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo remove (water) from a boat by scooping it out.nautical transportintransitive transitive
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo remove water from (a boat) by scooping it out.nautical transporttransitive
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo set free; to deliver; to release.
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo exit quickly.slang
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo fail to meet a commitment (to a person).informal transitive with-on
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounA hoop, ring or handle (especially of a kettle or bucket).
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounA stall for a cow (or other animal) (usually tethered with a semi-circular hoop).
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounA hinged bar as a restraint for animals, or on a typewriter.
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounA frame to restrain a cow during milking or feeding.Australia New-Zealand
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounA hoop, ring, or other object used to connect a pendant to a necklace.
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounOne of the two wooden crosspieces that rest on top of the stumps to form a wicket.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishnounNormally curved handle suspended between sockets as a drawer pull. This may also be on a kettle or pail.furniture lifestyle
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo secure the head of a cow during milking.
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo confine.rare
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo secure (a cow) by placing its head in a bail for milking.Australia New-Zealand
To secure an animal before performing some action on itbailEnglishverbTo keep (a traveller) detained in order to rob them; to corner (a wild animal); loosely, to detain, hold up.Australia New-Zealand usually with-up
To walk unevenlyhobbleEnglishnounOne of the short straps tied between the legs of unfenced horses, allowing them to wander short distances but preventing them from running off.in-plural
To walk unevenlyhobbleEnglishnounAn unsteady, off-balance step.
To walk unevenlyhobbleEnglishnounA difficult situation; a scrape.archaic informal
To walk unevenlyhobbleEnglishnounAn odd job; a piece of casual work.Newfoundland UK dialectal
To walk unevenlyhobbleEnglishverbTo fetter by tying the legs; to restrict (a horse) with hobbles.
To walk unevenlyhobbleEnglishverbTo walk lame, or unevenly.
To walk unevenlyhobbleEnglishverbTo move roughly or irregularly.figuratively
To walk unevenlyhobbleEnglishverbTo perplex; to embarrass.
TranslationsAsturiaEnglishnameA former kingdom in northwestern Spainhistory human-sciences sciences
TranslationsAsturiaEnglishnameAsturiasarchaic
Translationslegitimate interestEnglishnounA type of legal right protected under Italian law in addition to subjective rights that confers legitimacy to certain administrative powers.law
Translationslegitimate interestEnglishnounA type of clause included in some contracts to allow access to private data.law
Translationslegitimate interestEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see legitimate, interest.
TranslationsmediumwaveEnglishadjOf radio waves, having a wavelength of approximately 100 to 1000 metersnot-comparable
TranslationsmediumwaveEnglishadjOf radio equipment, capable of transmitting or receiving signals at such a wavelength.not-comparable
VenetianveneticRomaniannounforeigner, stranger, newcomer, intrudermasculine often pejorative
VenetianveneticRomanianadjforeign, alienmasculine neuter often pejorative
VenetianveneticRomanianadjVenetian, from Venicemasculine neuter obsolete
VenetianveneticRomanianadjan old Venetian currency, the ducatmasculine neuter obsolete
WelshTranslingualpunctUsed as a quotation mark in some languages. / “ ”punctuation
WelshTranslingualpunctUsed as a quotation mark in some languages. / „ “punctuation
a central point where clearing banks exchange checks etc and settle accountsclearing houseEnglishnounA central point where clearing banks and other financial firms exchange checks, settle accounts, etc.
a central point where clearing banks exchange checks etc and settle accountsclearing houseEnglishnounA hub of collection, maintenance, and distribution of goods, information etc.broadly figuratively
a central point where clearing banks exchange checks etc and settle accountsclearing houseEnglishnounA repository structure, physical or virtual, that collects, stores, and disseminates information, metadata, and data
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA surname.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA maritime county of England bordered by the North Sea, Suffolk, Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire and Greater London, and separated from Kent by the Thames estuary.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA town in Essex County, Ontario, Canada.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A locality in Humboldt County, California.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A small unincorporated community in San Bernardino County, California.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Middlesex County, Connecticut.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township and village therein, in Kankakee County, Illinois.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Stark County, Illinois.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Page County, Iowa.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community and census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A coastal town and census-designated place in Essex County, Massachusetts.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Clinton County, Michigan.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Stoddard County, Missouri.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Flathead County, Montana.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Essex County, New York.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Halifax County, North Carolina.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Union County, Ohio.
a city in Page County, IowaEssexEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A large town in Chittenden County, Vermont.
a city of ChinaZhongshanEnglishnameA prefecture-level city in Guangdong, in southern China.
a city of ChinaZhongshanEnglishnameA district of the city of Taipei, Taiwan.
a city of ChinaZhongshanEnglishnameA district of the city of Keelung, Taiwan.
a city of ChinaZhongshanEnglishnameA district of the city of Dalian, Liaoning, China.
a city of ChinaZhongshanEnglishnameA district of the city of Liupanshui, Guizhou, China.
a city of ChinaZhongshanEnglishnameA station of Taipei Metro in Taipei, Taiwan.
a city of ChinaZhongshanEnglishnameZhongshan (state)
a figure that repeats itself under several levels of magnificationfractalEnglishnounA mathematical set that has a non-integer and constant Hausdorff dimension; a geometric figure that is self-similar at all scales.mathematics sciences
a figure that repeats itself under several levels of magnificationfractalEnglishnounAn object, system, or idea that exhibits a fractal-like property.figuratively
a figure that repeats itself under several levels of magnificationfractalEnglishadjHaving the form of a fractal.mathematics sciencesnot-comparable
a figure that repeats itself under several levels of magnificationfractalEnglishadjExhibiting a fractal-like property.figuratively not-comparable
a girl with flamboyant red hair in pigtails and frecklesPippi LongstockingEnglishnounA person, especially a girl or woman, with long or flamboyant red hair, especially in pigtails or parted down the middle, and prominent freckles.
a girl with flamboyant red hair in pigtails and frecklesPippi LongstockingEnglishnounA person, especially a girl or woman, given to headstrong, wild behaviour, flights of fancy, or irrepressible optimism.
a group一批Chinesenouna group
a group一批Chinesenouna batch; a consignment
a hit manexecutionerEnglishnounAn official person who carries out the capital punishment of a criminal.
a hit manexecutionerEnglishnounExecutor.archaic
a hit manexecutionerEnglishnounA hit man, especially being in some organization.
a little flagbanderoleEnglishnounA little banner, flag, or streamer.
a little flagbanderoleEnglishnounA flat band with an inscription, common in Renaissance buildings.architecture
a non-alcoholic drink, normally carbonatedsoft drinkEnglishnounAny non-alcoholic drink that is carbonated, and usually also sweet. (In this sense, juice, milk, tea and coffee are not soft drinks.)
a non-alcoholic drink, normally carbonatedsoft drinkEnglishnounAny non-alcoholic drink.broadly
a pause or interruptioncaesuraEnglishnounA pause or interruption in a poem, music, building, or other work of art.
a pause or interruptioncaesuraEnglishnounUsing two words to divide a metrical foot.human-sciences linguistics phonology prosody sciencesClassical
a pause or interruptioncaesuraEnglishnounThe caesura mark ‖ or ||.media publishing typography
a pause or interruptioncaesuraEnglishnounA break of an era or other measure of history and time; where one era ends and another begins; turning point.rare
a pool of water or mud in which animals wallowwallowEnglishverbTo roll oneself about in something dirty, for example in mud.intransitive
a pool of water or mud in which animals wallowwallowEnglishverbTo move lazily or heavily in any medium.intransitive
a pool of water or mud in which animals wallowwallowEnglishverbTo immerse oneself in, to occupy oneself with, metaphorically.figuratively intransitive
a pool of water or mud in which animals wallowwallowEnglishverbTo live or exist in filth or in a sickening manner.intransitive
a pool of water or mud in which animals wallowwallowEnglishnounAn instance of wallowing.
a pool of water or mud in which animals wallowwallowEnglishnounA pool of water or mud in which animals wallow, or the depression left by them in the ground.
a pool of water or mud in which animals wallowwallowEnglishnounA kind of rolling walk.
a pool of water or mud in which animals wallowwallowEnglishverbTo fade, fade away, wither, droop; fail to flourish.UK dialectal of plants
a pool of water or mud in which animals wallowwallowEnglishadjTasteless, flat.dialectal
a racing vehiclego-cartEnglishnounA small, open-wheeled vehicle for racing; often spelled go-kart.
a racing vehiclego-cartEnglishnounA framework moving on casters, designed to support children as they learn to walk; a baby walker.dated
a racing vehiclego-cartEnglishverbAlternative form of go-kart.alt-of alternative
a short scale tredecillionseptillionEnglishnumA trillion trillion: 1 followed by 24 zeros, 10²⁴.US
a short scale tredecillionseptillionEnglishnumA billion quintillion: 1 followed by 42 zeros, 10⁴².
a spoken lessonlectureEnglishnounA spoken lesson or exposition, usually delivered to a group.
a spoken lessonlectureEnglishnounA class that primarily consists of a (weekly or other regularly held) lecture (as in sense 1), usually at college or university.broadly
a spoken lessonlectureEnglishnounA berating or scolding, especially if lengthy, formal or given in a stern or angry manner.
a spoken lessonlectureEnglishnounThe act of reading.obsolete
a spoken lessonlectureEnglishverbTo teach (somebody) by giving a speech on a given topic.intransitive transitive
a spoken lessonlectureEnglishverbTo preach, to berate, to scold.transitive
abilitygalluWelshverbto be able to, can
abilitygalluWelshverbto have permission, can
abilitygalluWelshnounabilitymasculine
abilitygalluWelshnounmight, power, potencymasculine
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishadjActing with or showing good sense; able to make good judgements based on reason, or reflecting such ability.
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishadjCharacterized more by usefulness, practicality, or comfort than by attractiveness, formality, or fashionableness, especially of clothing.
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishadjAble to be sensed by the senses or the psyche; able to be perceived.especially formal
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishadjAble to feel or perceive.archaic
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishadjLiable to external impression; easily affected; sensitive.archaic
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the senses; sensory.archaic
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishadjCognizant; having the perception of something; aware of something.archaic
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishnounSensation; sensibility.obsolete
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishnounThat which impresses itself on the senses; anything perceptible.obsolete
able to feel or perceivesensibleEnglishnounThat which has sensibility; a sensitive being.obsolete
accumulating money prize pooljackpotEnglishnounA money prize pool which accumulates until the conditions are met for it to be won.
accumulating money prize pooljackpotEnglishnounA large cash prize or money.
accumulating money prize pooljackpotEnglishnounAn unexpected windfall or reward.
accumulating money prize pooljackpotEnglishnounA concentration of surface wood or fuel.business forestry
accumulating money prize pooljackpotEnglishnounA large accumulated point bonus, originally awarded after a long set of actions but now often easily available in multiball modes.
accumulating money prize pooljackpotEnglishverbTo issue a jackpot.intransitive of a slot machine
accumulating money prize pooljackpotEnglishnameA ball game in which a thrower calls out a point value and whether the ball must be caught "alive" (in the air) or "dead" (having touched the ground), and a group of catchers compete to catch the ball.
accumulating money prize pooljackpotEnglishnounA difficult situation.US Western
accumulating money prize pooljackpotEnglishnounA jumble of felled timber.
acknowledgment of ownership or authorshipattributionEnglishnounThe act of attributing something.countable uncountable
acknowledgment of ownership or authorshipattributionEnglishnounAn explicit or formal acknowledgment of ownership or authorship.countable uncountable
acknowledgment of ownership or authorshipattributionEnglishnounA legal doctrine by which liability is extended to a defendant who did not actually commit the tortious or criminal act.lawcountable uncountable
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of flowing or coming out, an outflow / A movement of soldiers towards an enemy, a sortie.government military politics warobsolete
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of flowing or coming out, an outflow / The outflow of a bodily fluid, particularly (now rare) in abnormal amounts.medicine sciences
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / The bodily fluid drained through a natural or artificial issue.medicine sciencesarchaic
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / Offspring: one's natural child or children.lawhistorical usually
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / Progeny: all one's lineal descendants.figuratively
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / A race of people considered as the descendants of some common ancestor.figuratively obsolete
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / The produce or income derived from farmland or rental properties.archaic
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / Income derived from fines levied by a court or law-enforcement officer; the fines themselves.lawhistorical rare
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / The entrails of a slaughtered animal.obsolete
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / Any action or deed performed by a person.obsolete rare
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / Luck considered as the favor or disfavor of nature, the gods, or God.obsolete
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / A single edition of a newspaper or other periodical publication.media publishing
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / The entire set of some item printed and disseminated during a certain period, particularly (publishing) a single printing of a particular edition of a work when contrasted with other print runs.
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / The entire set of something; all of something.figuratively usually with-definite-article
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / Any financial instrument issued by a company.business finance
act of sending outissueEnglishnounSomeone or something that flows out or comes out / The loan of a book etc. from a library to a patron; all such loans by a given library during a given period.
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe means or opportunity by which something flows or comes out
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe means or opportunity by which something flows or comes out / A sewer.obsolete
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe place where something flows or comes out, an outlet / An exit from a room or building.obsolete
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe place where something flows or comes out, an outlet / A confluence: the mouth of a river; the outlet of a lake or other body of water.archaic
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of sending something out / A small incision, tear, or artificial ulcer, used to drain fluid and usually held open with a pea or other small object.medicine scienceshistorical
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of sending something out / The production or distribution of something for general use.
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of sending something out / The distribution of something (particularly rations or standardized provisions) to someone or some group.
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of sending something out / The action or an instance of a company selling bonds, stock, or other securities.business finance
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of sending something out
act of sending outissueEnglishnounAny question or situation to be resolved / A point of law or fact in dispute or question in a legal action presented for resolution by the court.law
act of sending outissueEnglishnounAny question or situation to be resolved / Anything in dispute, an area of disagreement whose resolution is being debated or decided.figuratively
act of sending outissueEnglishnounAny question or situation to be resolved / A dispute between two alternatives, a dilemma.obsolete rare
act of sending outissueEnglishnounAny question or situation to be resolved / A psychological or emotional difficulty, (now informal, figurative and usually euphemistic) any problem or concern considered as a vague and intractable difficulty.US plural-normally
act of sending outissueEnglishnounAny question or situation to be resolved
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of concluding something / The end of any action or process.obsolete
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of concluding something / The end of any period of time.obsolete
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe end result of an event or events, any result or outcome / The result of a discussion or negotiation, an agreement.archaic
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe end result of an event or events, any result or outcome / The result of an investigation or consideration, a conclusion.obsolete
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe end result of an event or events, any result or outcome
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of feeling some emotion.archaic figuratively
act of sending outissueEnglishnounThe action or an instance of leaving any state or condition.archaic figuratively
act of sending outissueEnglishverbTo flow out, to proceed from, to come out or from.
act of sending outissueEnglishverbTo rush out, to sally forth.
act of sending outissueEnglishverbTo extend into, to open onto.
act of sending outissueEnglishverbTo turn out in a certain way, to result in.
act of sending outissueEnglishverbTo end up as, to turn out being, to become as a result.archaic
act of sending outissueEnglishverbTo come to a point in fact or law on which the parties join issue.law
act of sending outissueEnglishverbTo send out; to put into circulation.
act of sending outissueEnglishverbTo deliver for use.
act of sending outissueEnglishverbTo deliver by authority.
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishnounAny domestic animal that has no enclosure nor proper place and company, but that instead wanders at large or is lost; an estray.
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishnounOne who is lost, literally or figuratively.
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishnounAn act of wandering off or going astray.
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishnounAn area of common land for use by domestic animals generally.historical
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishnounAn instance of atmospheric interference.broadcasting media radio
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishnounEllipsis of stray bullet.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishverbTo wander, as from a direct course; to deviate, or go out of the way.intransitive
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishverbTo wander from company or outside proper limits; to rove or roam at large; to go astray.intransitive
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishverbTo wander from the path of duty or rectitude; to err.intransitive
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishverbTo cause to stray; lead astray.transitive
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishadjHaving gone astray; strayed; wanderingnot-comparable
act of wandering or going astraystrayEnglishadjIn the wrong place; misplaced.not-comparable
act or statediscreditEnglishverbTo harm the good reputation of a person; to cause an idea or piece of evidence to seem false or unreliable.transitive
act or statediscreditEnglishnounDiscrediting or disbelieving.countable uncountable
act or statediscreditEnglishnounA person or thing that causes harm to a reputation, as of a person, family, or institution.countable
act or statediscreditEnglishnounThe state of being discredited or disbelieved.uncountable
act or statediscreditEnglishnounA degree of dishonour or disesteem; ill repute; reproach.uncountable
address towards a lordmy LordEnglishnounUsed in direct address to peers of the realm, usually now excluding dukes and the Lords Spiritual.UK
address towards a lordmy LordEnglishnounUsed in direct address to bishops, particularly Anglican ones.UK
address towards a lordmy LordEnglishnounUsed in direct address to the Lord Mayors of certain important cities, including London and Canterbury.UK
address towards a lordmy LordEnglishnounUsed in direct address to certain judges, particularly High Court Judges and above.UK
address towards a lordmy LordEnglishintjAlternative form of oh my Lordalt-of alternative
after an indefinite periodby and byEnglishadvAfter a short time.not-comparable
after an indefinite periodby and byEnglishadvAfter an indefinite period.not-comparable
after an indefinite periodby and byEnglishadvImmediately; at once.not-comparable obsolete
after an indefinite periodby and byEnglishnounHeaven; the hereafter. Usually preceded with "the sweet."no-plural
againstwheretoforeEnglishadvUp to which point; until which time.formal not-comparable
againstwheretoforeEnglishadvwhithertoforenot-comparable rare
always; foreversemprePortugueseadvalways (at all times)not-comparable
always; foreversemprePortugueseadvalways (regularly at stated intervals)not-comparable
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishnounA high-pitched, short and somewhat sharp sound.
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishnounA pulse of high-pitched or ultrasonic sound whose echoes provide information about nearby objects and vessels.
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishnounA packet which a remote host is expected to echo, thus indicating its presence.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishnounAn email or other message sent requesting acknowledgement.Internet
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishnounLatency.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishnounA means of highlighting a feature on the game map so that allied players can see it.video-games
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishnounA notification.
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishverbTo make a high-pitched, short and somewhat sharp sound.
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishverbTo emit a signal and then listen for its echo in order to detect objects.
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishverbTo send a packet in order to determine whether a host is present, particularly by use of the ping utility.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishverbTo send an email or other message to someone in hopes of eliciting a response.broadly
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishverbTo flick.colloquial
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishverbTo bounce.hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial intransitive
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishverbTo cause something to bounce.hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial transitive
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishverbTo call out audibly.hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial
an email or other message sent requesting acknowledgementpingEnglishverbTo penalize.colloquial
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounA loose outer garment; a jacket or overall.obsolete
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounA rubber thong sandal.South-Africa in-plural
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounSee slops.in-plural
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounSemi-solid like substance; goo, paste, mud, pulp.uncountable
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounScraps used as food for animals, especially pigs or hogs.countable in-plural sometimes uncountable
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounInferior, weak drink or semi-liquid food.countable in-plural uncountable
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounDomestic liquid waste; household wastewater.countable in-plural sometimes uncountable
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounWater or other liquid carelessly spilled or thrown about, as upon a table or a floor; a puddle; a soiled spot.countable uncountable
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounHuman urine or excrement.countable dated uncountable
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounFellatio.countable slang uncountable
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounUser-generated content of little or no value, especially that which is produced consistently and according to trends to satisfy a recommendation algorithm.Internet countable derogatory uncountable
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounA dance popular in the 1960s.countable uncountable
an item of footwearslopEnglishverbTo spill or dump liquid, especially over the edge of a container when it moves.transitive
an item of footwearslopEnglishverbTo spill liquid upon; to soil with a spilled liquid.transitive
an item of footwearslopEnglishverbIn the game of pool or snooker to pocket a ball by accident; in billiards, to make an ill-considered shot.transitive
an item of footwearslopEnglishverbTo feed pigs.transitive
an item of footwearslopEnglishverbTo make one's way through soggy terrain.intransitive
an item of footwearslopEnglishnounA policeman.uncommon
and seeτροφοδοτώGreekverbto supply, provision
and seeτροφοδοτώGreekverbto provide (necessities)
animal's headgearhalterEnglishnounA bitless headpiece of rope or straps, placed on the head of animals such as cattle or horses to lead or tie them.
animal's headgearhalterEnglishnounA rope with a noose, for hanging criminals; the gallows rope.
animal's headgearhalterEnglishnounA halter top.
animal's headgearhalterEnglishverbTo place a halter on.transitive
animal's headgearhalterEnglishnounOne who halts or limps; a cripple.
animal's headgearhalterEnglishnounAlternative form of halterealt-of alternative
antiretroviral therapyARTEnglishnounAbbreviation of assisted reproductive technology.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
antiretroviral therapyARTEnglishnounAbbreviation of Androgen Replacement Therapy.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
antiretroviral therapyARTEnglishnounAbbreviation of Active Release Technique.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
antiretroviral therapyARTEnglishnounAbbreviation of Adaptive resonance theory.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
antiretroviral therapyARTEnglishnounAbbreviation of Algebraic Reconstruction Technique.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
antiretroviral therapyARTEnglishnounAbbreviation of Alternative Risk Transfer.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
antiretroviral therapyARTEnglishnounAbbreviation of acoustic resonance technology.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
antiretroviral therapyARTEnglishnounAbbreviation of anti-retroviral therapy.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA female parent, sometimes especially a human; a female who parents a child (which she has given birth to, adopted, or fostered).
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA female who has given birth to a baby; this person in relation to her child or children.
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA pregnant female; mother-to-be; a female who gestates a baby.
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA female who donates a fertilized egg or donates a body cell which has resulted in a clone.
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA female ancestor.figuratively
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA source or origin.figuratively
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounSomething that is the greatest or most significant of its kind. (See mother of all.)
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA title of respect for one's mother-in-law.dated
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA term of address for one's wife.dated
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounAny elderly woman, especially within a particular community.figuratively
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounAny person or entity which performs mothering.figuratively
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounDregs, lees; a stringy, mucilaginous or film- or membrane-like substance (consisting of acetobacters) which develops in fermenting alcoholic liquids (such as wine, or cider), and turns the alcohol into acetic acid with the help of oxygen from the air.
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA locomotive which provides electrical power for a slug.rail-transport railways transport
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounThe principal piece of an astrolabe, into which the others are fixed.
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounThe female superior or head of a religious house; an abbess, etc.
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounHysterical passion; hysteria; the uterus.obsolete
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA disc produced from the electrotyped master, used in manufacturing phonograph records.
any elderly womanmotherEnglishverbTo give birth to or produce (as its female parent) a child. (Compare father.)transitive
any elderly womanmotherEnglishverbTo treat as a mother would be expected to treat her child; to nurture.transitive
any elderly womanmotherEnglishverbTo cause to contain mother (“that substance which develops in fermenting alcohol and turns it into vinegar”).transitive
any elderly womanmotherEnglishverbTo develop mother.intransitive of an alcohol
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounMotherfucker.euphemistic mildly slang vulgar
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounA striking example. (Appears as "mother of a(n) __".)colloquial euphemistic
any elderly womanmotherEnglishnounAlternative form of moth-eralt-of alternative
architecture: drainage hole in a wall or parapetscupperEnglishnounA drainage hole on the deck of a ship.nautical transport
architecture: drainage hole in a wall or parapetscupperEnglishnounA similar opening in a wall or parapet that allows water to drain from a roof.architecture
architecture: drainage hole in a wall or parapetscupperEnglishverbThwart or destroy, especially something belonging or pertaining to another.Britain
armpit hairaxillary hairEnglishnounAndrogenic hair growing in the armpit, normally beginning at the onset of, or shortly after, pubarche.uncountable usually
armpit hairaxillary hairEnglishnounA single strand of axillary hair.countable usually
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepIn a contrary direction to.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepIn physical opposition to; in collision with.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepIn physical contact with, so as to abut or be supported by.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepClose to, alongside.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepIn front of; before (a background).
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepIn contrast or comparison with.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepIn competition with, versus.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepContrary to; in conflict with.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepIn opposition to.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepOf betting odds, denoting a worse-than-even chance.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepIn exchange for.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepAs counterbalance to.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepAs a charge on.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepAs protection from.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepIn anticipation of; in preparation for (a particular time, event etc.).
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepTo be paid now in contrast to the following amount to be paid later under specified circumstances, usually that a movie is made or has started filming.
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishprepExposed to.obsolete
as counterbalance toagainstEnglishconjBy the time that (something happened); before.obsolete
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounA polygon with four sides of equal length and four right angles; an equilateral rectangle; a regular quadrilateral.geometry mathematics sciences
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounSomething characterized by a square, or nearly square, form. / A cell in a grid.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounSomething characterized by a square, or nearly square, form. / A square piece, part, or surface.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounSomething characterized by a square, or nearly square, form. / The front of a woman's dress over the bosom, usually worked or embroidered.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounSomething characterized by a square, or nearly square, form. / A dessert cut into rectangular pieces, or a piece of such a dessert.Canada US
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounSomething characterized by a square, or nearly square, form. / A certain number of lines, forming a portion of a column, nearly square; used chiefly in reckoning the prices of advertisements in newspapers.media printing publishing
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounAn L- or T-shaped tool used to place objects or draw lines at right angles.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounAn L- or T-shaped tool used to place objects or draw lines at right angles. / A true measure, standard, or pattern.figuratively obsolete
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounAn open space or park, often in the center of a town, not necessarily square in shape, often containing trees, seating and other features pleasing to the eye.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounAn open space or park, often in the center of a town, not necessarily square in shape, often containing trees, seating and other features pleasing to the eye. / A street surrounding a public square or plaza.in street names or addresses often
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounThe product of a number or quantity multiplied by itself; the second power of a number, value, term or expression.mathematics sciences
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounA body of troops drawn up in a square formation.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounA socially conventional or conservative person; a person who has little or no interest in the latest fads or trends: still sometimes used in modern terminology.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounThe symbol # on a telephone; hash.Britain
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounThe central area of a cricket field, with one or more pitches of which only one is used at a time.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounA unit of measurement of area, equal to a 10 foot by 10 foot square, i.e. 100 square feet or roughly 9.3 square metres. Used in real estate for the size of a house or its rooms, though progressively being replaced by square metres in metric countries such as Australia.business real-estate
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounA unit used in measuring roof area equivalent to 100 square feet (9.29 m²) of roof area. The materials for roofing jobs are often billed by the square in the United States.business construction manufacturing roofing
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounA mortarboard.academia scholarly sciences
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounEllipsis of square meal.US abbreviation alt-of colloquial ellipsis
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounExact proportion; justness of workmanship and conduct; regularity; rule.archaic
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounThe relation of harmony, or exact agreement; equality; level.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounThe position of planets distant ninety degrees from each other; a quadrate.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounThe act of squaring, or quarrelling; a quarrel.dated
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounCigarette.slang
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounA vat used for fermentation.beverages brewing business food lifestyle manufacturing
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishnounA well-defined core of a human body, a flat section from the fundament to the thoracic diaphragm.Multicultural-London-English slang
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjShaped like a square (the polygon).
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjForming a right angle (90°). / Forming right angles in all planes as intended; not racked or leaning.of box-shaped objects such as buildings or metal frames
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjForming a right angle (90°). / Forming right angles with the mast or the keel, and parallel to the horizon; said of the yards of a square-rigged vessel when they are so braced.nautical transport
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjForming a right angle (90°).
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjUsed in the names of units of area formed by multiplying a unit of length by itself.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjHonest; straightforward; fair.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjSatisfied; comfortable with; not experiencing any conflict.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjEven; tied
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjSocially conventional; boring.derogatory slang
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjIn line with the batsman's popping crease.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjSolid, decent, substantial.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjHaving a shape broad for the height, with angular rather than curving outlines.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadjOf an internal combustion engine design, in which the diameter of the piston is similar, roughly, approximately, equal to its stroke distance.automotive transport vehicles
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishadvDirectly.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo adjust so as to align with or place at a right angle to something else; in particular: / To place at a right angle to the mast or keel.nautical transporttransitive
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo adjust so as to align with or place at a right angle to something else; in particular: / To rotate the oars so that they are perpendicular to the water.hobbies lifestyle rowing sportstransitive
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo adjust so as to align with or place at a right angle to something else; in particular: / To adjust so as to align with or place at a right angle to something else; in particulartransitive
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo resolve or reconcile; to suit or fit.intransitive transitive
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo adjust or adapt so as to bring into harmony with something.transitive
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbOf a value, term, or expression, to multiply by itself; to raise to the second power.mathematics sciencestransitive
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo draw, with a pair of compasses and a straightedge only, a square with the same area as.geometry mathematics sciencestransitive
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo tile (completely fill) with squares.geometry mathematics sciencestransitive
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo make a short low pass sideways across the pitchball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo take opposing sides; to quarrel.archaic
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo accord or agree exactly; to be consistent with; to suit; to fit.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo go to opposite sides; to take an attitude of offense or defense, or of defiance; to quarrel.obsolete
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo take a boxing attitude; often with up or off.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo form with four sides and four right angles.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo form with right angles and straight lines, or flat surfaces.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo compare with, or reduce to, any given measure or standard.
astrology: to hold a quartile position respectingsquareEnglishverbTo hold a quartile position respecting.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
basic; lacking inessentials; without extras or fanciesbare-bonesEnglishadjMinimalist; lacking that which is not essential.
basic; lacking inessentials; without extras or fanciesbare-bonesEnglishadjDescribes a computer sold pre-assembled, but without certain essential components, often a processor, memory, and hard drive.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
beautymissSwedishnounA failure to hit.common-gender
beautymissSwedishnounA mistake.common-gender
beautymissSwedishnounA beauty; a winner of a beauty contest.common-gender rare
behind a stagebackstageEnglishadjRelating to, or situated in the area behind a stage.not-comparable
behind a stagebackstageEnglishadjSecret, concealed from the public.not-comparable
behind a stagebackstageEnglishadvTowards the area behind the stage.
behind a stagebackstageEnglishadvOut of view of the public.
behind a stagebackstageEnglishnounThe area behind a stage out of view of the audience where performers wait to give their show; especially that of the dressing rooms.
behind a stagebackstageEnglishnounThe private portion of the space used by a business or enterprise.
bending away from the groundapogeotropicEnglishadjOpposite to geotropic; thus: / Bending away from the ground; said of leaves, etc.biology botany natural-sciencesnot-comparable
bending away from the groundapogeotropicEnglishadjOpposite to geotropic; thus: / Tending skyward, as with apogeotropic nystagmus.medicine sciencesnot-comparable
block of soft sandstone used for scrubbingholystoneEnglishnounA piece of soft sandstone used for scouring the wooden decks of ships, usually with sand and seawater.nautical transport
block of soft sandstone used for scrubbingholystoneEnglishnounA stone with a naturally-formed hole, used by Yorkshiremen for good luck.
block of soft sandstone used for scrubbingholystoneEnglishverbTo use a holystone.transitive
body of civilian employeescivil serviceEnglishnounIn parliamentary forms of government, the branches of government that are not military, legislative, or judicial, but work to apply its laws and regulations.
body of civilian employeescivil serviceEnglishnounThe body of civilian employees of any level of government, not subject to political appointment and removal, normally hired and promoted largely on the basis of competitive examination.
boilundaRomaniannoundefinite nominative/accusative singular of undăaccusative definite feminine form-of nominative singular
boilundaRomanianverbto undulate, wave, make move like a waveconjugation-1 rare
boilundaRomanianverbto bubble up, boil, seethe, surgecommon conjugation-1
book cover封皮Chinesenouncover (of a book); jacket (of a book); outer covering; wrapper
book cover封皮ChinesenounenvelopeBeijing Mandarin Northeastern Southwestern-Mandarin dated in Xiang
book cover封皮Chinesenounpaper strip sealBeijing Mandarin Northeastern Southwestern-Mandarin Wu
book on the art of war兵符Chinesenounmilitary authorization seals; commander's tallyarchaic
book on the art of war兵符Chinesenounbook on the art of wararchaic
both sensesdiaphoresisEnglishnounThe formation and excretion of sweat; sweating; perspiration; and (sometimes, more particularly): / The formation and excretion of sweat; sweating; perspiration; and (sometimes, more particularly)medicine physiology sciencescountable uncountable
both sensesdiaphoresisEnglishnounThe formation and excretion of sweat; sweating; perspiration; and (sometimes, more particularly): / Excessive sweating; excessive perspiration (more than would be expected in response to a given stimulus; especially when profuse as a symptom of disease or a side effect of a drug).medicine physiology sciencescountable uncountable
boxBoxGermannounbox (rectangular container); but not as widely used as in English, perhaps commonest for plastic boxesfeminine
boxBoxGermannounloudspeaker (box-like encasing containing one or more loudspeaker devices)business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsfeminine
boxBoxGermannouna stall for a horse (compartment in a stable); not used for a horsebox, which is Pferdeanhängerequestrianism hobbies horses lifestyle pets sportsfeminine
boxBoxGermannounpit (area for refueling and repairing)hobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sportsfeminine
brinkतटHindinounborder, brink
brinkतटHindinounshore, coast
brinkतटHindinounstrand, riverside, bank
captureexcipioLatinverbto take out, extract, pull outconjugation-3 iō-variant
captureexcipioLatinverbto except, exempt from, excludeconjugation-3 iō-variant
captureexcipioLatinverbto rescue, releaseconjugation-3 iō-variant
captureexcipioLatinverbto receive, captureconjugation-3 iō-variant
captureexcipioLatinverbto follow after, succeed a thing in time or the order of successionconjugation-3 iō-variant
captureexcipioLatinverbto host, accommodate, welcomeconjugation-3 iō-variant
captureexcipioLatinverbto suffer, endureconjugation-3 iō-variant
captureexcipioLatinverbto understand (in the sense of taking in or receiving knowledge/meaning)conjugation-3 figuratively iō-variant
carbonated watersodaEnglishnounSodium bicarbonate (usually baking soda).uncountable
carbonated watersodaEnglishnounSodium carbonate (usually washing soda).uncountable
carbonated watersodaEnglishnounSodium in chemical combination.uncountable
carbonated watersodaEnglishnounCarbonated water (water impregnated with pressurised carbon dioxide, originally made with sodium bicarbonate).uncountable
carbonated watersodaEnglishnounAny carbonated (usually sweet) soft drink.US uncountable
carbonated watersodaEnglishnounA glass, bottle or can of this drink.US countable
carbonated watersodaEnglishnounThe first card in the dealing box in the game of faro, which is discarded to leave 51 cards in play.card-games gamescountable uncountable
cheap trick把戲Chinesenounacrobatics; jugglery
cheap trick把戲Chinesenouncheap trick; game
chess piecebiskopAfrikaansnounbishop; high-ranking priest of the Roman-Catholic and Anglican churchesChristianity
chess piecebiskopAfrikaansnounbishop; chess piece that moves diagonallyboard-games chess games
chess piecebiskopAfrikaansnounone of two types of fish from the family Sparidae
chestnut preserved in sugar or syrup and flavoured with vanillamarron glacéEnglishnounA chestnut preserved in sugar or syrup and flavoured with vanilla.countable uncountable
chestnut preserved in sugar or syrup and flavoured with vanillamarron glacéEnglishnounThe colour of such a chestnut; a light brown.uncountable
chicken scratchkoukeroFinnishnounflourish, curlicue (pattern consisting of winding lines)
chicken scratchkoukeroFinnishnounchicken scratch, scrawl (careless or illegible handwriting)in-plural
chicken scratchkoukeroFinnishnounhitch, intricacy
chlorineChinesecharacterchlorinechemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
chlorineChinesecharacterchlorine gas
cityMadrasEnglishnameFormer name of Chennai, the capital and largest city of Tamil Nadu, India.
cityMadrasEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Jefferson County, Oregon, United States.
cityMadrasEnglishnounA style of curry dish purported to originate from the Madras region.Britain countable uncountable
cityOurenseEnglishnameA city in southern Galicia, Spain
cityOurenseEnglishnameA province in southern Galicia, Spain.
city in New South WalesWagga WaggaEnglishnameA city in southern New South Wales, Australia.
city in New South WalesWagga WaggaEnglishnameThe City of Wagga Wagga, a local government area in New South Wales, which includes the city proper.
colloquial: place where people behave ruthlesslyjungleEnglishnounA large, undeveloped, humid forest, especially in a tropical region, that is home to many wild plants and animals; a tropical rainforest.countable uncountable
colloquial: place where people behave ruthlesslyjungleEnglishnounAny uncultivated tract of forest or scrub habitat.South-Asia countable uncountable
colloquial: place where people behave ruthlesslyjungleEnglishnounA place where people behave ruthlessly, unconstrained by law or morality.colloquial countable uncountable
colloquial: place where people behave ruthlesslyjungleEnglishnounA tangled mess.countable figuratively uncountable
colloquial: place where people behave ruthlesslyjungleEnglishnounAn area where hobos camp together.countable slang uncountable
colloquial: place where people behave ruthlesslyjungleEnglishnounA style of electronic dance music and precursor of drum and bass.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
colloquial: place where people behave ruthlesslyjungleEnglishnounDense rough.golf hobbies lifestyle sportscountable slang uncountable
colloquial: place where people behave ruthlesslyjungleEnglishnounA hairy vulva.countable slang uncountable vulgar
colloquial: place where people behave ruthlesslyjungleEnglishadjresembling the fast-paced drumming of traditional peoples of the jungle.not-comparable usually
combat sportssubmissionEnglishnounThe act of submitting or yielding; surrender.countable uncountable
combat sportssubmissionEnglishnounThe act of submitting or giving e.g. a completed piece of work.countable uncountable
combat sportssubmissionEnglishnounThe thing which has been submitted.countable uncountable
combat sportssubmissionEnglishnounA submission hold in wrestling, mixed martial arts, or other combat sports.countable uncountable
combat sportssubmissionEnglishnounA subset or component of a mission.
communicated without writingunwrittenEnglishadjNot written.not-comparable
communicated without writingunwrittenEnglishadjOral or otherwise communicated without writing.not-comparable
communicated without writingunwrittenEnglishadjImplicit or understood but not formally articulated.not-comparable
communicated without writingunwrittenEnglishadjContaining no writing; blank.not-comparable
communicated without writingunwrittenEnglishverbpast participle of unwriteform-of participle past
comprehensive system of beliefphilosophyEnglishnounThe love of wisdom.uncountable
comprehensive system of beliefphilosophyEnglishnounAn academic discipline that seeks truth through reasoning rather than empiricism, often attempting to provide explanations relating to general concepts such as existence and rationality.uncountable
comprehensive system of beliefphilosophyEnglishnounA comprehensive system of belief.countable
comprehensive system of beliefphilosophyEnglishnounA view or outlook regarding fundamental principles underlying some domain.countable
comprehensive system of beliefphilosophyEnglishnounA general principle (usually moral).countable
comprehensive system of beliefphilosophyEnglishnounA broader branch of (non-applied) science.archaic countable uncountable
comprehensive system of beliefphilosophyEnglishnounA calm and thoughtful demeanor; calmness of temper.countable uncountable
comprehensive system of beliefphilosophyEnglishnounSynonym of small pica (especially in French printing).media printing publishingcountable dated uncountable
comprehensive system of beliefphilosophyEnglishverbTo philosophize.archaic
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounThe coming together of things; union.countable uncountable
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounThe temporary fusion of organisms, especially as part of sexual reproductionbiology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounSexual relations within marriagecountable uncountable
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounIn some languages, one of several classifications of verbs according to what inflections they take.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounThe act or process of conjugating a verb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounThe product of that act: the conjugated forms of a verb, collected into a list or recitation.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounInflection of nouns or other words besides verbs; declension.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable form-of proscribed sometimes uncountable
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounA system of delocalized orbitals consisting of alternating single bonds and double bondschemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounA mapping sending x to gxg⁻¹, where g and x are elements of a group; inner automorphismmathematics sciencescountable uncountable
conjugated forms of a verbconjugationEnglishnounA function which negates the non-real part of a complex or hypercomplex number; complex conjugationmathematics sciencescountable uncountable
conkchagaEnglishnounA parasitic fungus of trees, usually birch, found on the circumboreal region of the Northern hemisphere, Inonotus obliquus.uncountable
conkchagaEnglishnounThe irregular conk of this fungus, used in East European folk medicine to treat a number of conditions.uncountable
contractcòrdadhScottish Gaelicnounverbal noun of còrdform-of masculine noun-from-verb
contractcòrdadhScottish Gaelicnounagreement, understandingmasculine
contractcòrdadhScottish Gaelicnouncontractmasculine
criticismflameEnglishnounThe visible part of fire; a stream of burning vapour or gas, emitting light and heat.countable uncountable
criticismflameEnglishnounA romantic partner or lover in a usually short-lived but passionate affair.countable uncountable
criticismflameEnglishnounAn aggressively insulting criticism or remark.Internet countable dated uncountable
criticismflameEnglishnounA brilliant reddish orange-gold fiery colour. flame: / A brilliant reddish orange-gold fiery colour.colorcountable uncountable
criticismflameEnglishnounA brilliant reddish orange-gold fiery colour. flame: / flamecolorcountable uncountable
criticismflameEnglishnounThe contrasting light and dark figure seen in wood used for stringed instrument making; the curl.arts crafts entertainment hobbies lifestyle lutherie musiccountable uncountable
criticismflameEnglishnounBurning zeal, passion, imagination, excitement, or anger.countable uncountable
criticismflameEnglishnounA variety of carnation.biology botany natural-sciencescountable obsolete uncountable
criticismflameEnglishverbTo produce flames; to burn with a flame or blaze.
criticismflameEnglishverbTo burst forth like flame; to break out in violence of passion; to be kindled with zeal or ardour.
criticismflameEnglishverbTo post a destructively critical or abusive message (to somebody).Internet intransitive transitive
criticismflameEnglishadjOf a brilliant reddish orange-gold colour, like that of a flame.not-comparable
culture; locationsLongshanEnglishnameA neolithic culture along the Yellow River in China, named for its type site
culture; locationsLongshanEnglishnameVarious mountains in China
culture; locationsLongshanEnglishnameVarious placenames in China and Taiwan
culture; locationsLongshanEnglishnameVarious placenames in China and Taiwan / A county of Xiangxi, Hunan, China.
culture; locationsLongshanEnglishnameA mountain in China
culture; locationsLongshanEnglishnameVarious placenames in Gansu, named for the mountain
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishnounA dense and disorderly crowd.
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishnounA session in which a group of journalists assemble to question a person of interest.journalism media
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishnounA brief meeting of all the players from one team that are on the field with the purpose of planning the following play.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishnounA hesitation during play to think about one's next move.bridge games
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishverbTo crowd together.intransitive
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishverbTo curl one's legs up to the chest and keep one's arms close to the torso; to crouch; to assume a position similar to that of an embryo in the womb.intransitive
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishverbTo get together and discuss a topic.
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishverbTo form a huddle.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishverbTo crowd (things) together; to mingle confusedly; to assemble without order or system.transitive
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishverbTo do, make, or put, in haste or roughly; hence, to do imperfectly; usually with a following preposition or adverb (huddle on, huddle up, huddle together).transitive
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishverbTo hesitate during play while thinking about one's next move.bridge gamesintransitive
curl one's legs up to the chesthuddleEnglishadjHuddled, confused, congested.not-comparable
deliberateknowingEnglishadjPossessing knowledge or understanding; knowledgeable, intelligent.
deliberateknowingEnglishadjDeliberate, wilful.
deliberateknowingEnglishadjShrewd or showing clever awareness; discerning.
deliberateknowingEnglishadjDemonstrating knowledge of what is in fashion; stylish, chic.
deliberateknowingEnglishadjThe ability to know something without being taught.
deliberateknowingEnglishadjSuggestive of private knowledge or understanding.
deliberateknowingEnglishprepGiven my knowledge about someone or something.
deliberateknowingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of knowform-of gerund participle present
deliberateknowingEnglishnounThe act or condition of having knowledge.
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounA being involved in the action of a story.countable
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounA distinguishing feature; characteristic; trait; phene.countable
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounA complex of traits marking a person, group, breed, or type.countable uncountable
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounStrength of mind; resolution; independence; individuality; moral strength.uncountable
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounA unique or extraordinary individual; a person characterized by peculiar or notable traits, especially charisma.countable
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounA written or printed symbol, or letter.countable
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounStyle of writing or printing; handwriting; the particular form of letters used by a person or people.countable dated
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounA secret cipher; a way of writing in code.countable dated
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounOne of the basic elements making up a text file or string: a code representing a printing character or a control character.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounA person or individual, especially one who is unknown.countable informal
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounA complex number representing an element of a finite Abelian group.mathematics sciencescountable
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounQuality, position, rank, or capacity; quality or conduct with respect to a certain office or duty.countable
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounThe estimate, individual or general, put upon a person or thing; reputation.countable dated
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounA reference given to a servant, attesting to their behaviour, competence, etc.countable dated
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishnounPersonal appearance.countable obsolete
distinguishing featurecharacterEnglishverbTo write (using characters); to describe.obsolete
drumcongaEnglishnounA tall, narrow, single-headed Cuban hand drum of African origin.entertainment lifestyle music
drumcongaEnglishnounA march of Cuban origin in four-four time in which people form a chain, each holding the hips of the person in front of them; in each bar, dancers take three shuffle steps and then kick alternate legs outwards at the beat; the chain weaves around the place and allows new participants to join the back of the chain.dance dancing hobbies lifestyle sports
drumcongaEnglishverbTo dance the conga.
easily broken throughslumpyEnglishadjCharacteristic of an economic slump.
easily broken throughslumpyEnglishadjSlumping or sagging, or tending to slump or sag.informal
easily broken throughslumpyEnglishadjEasily broken through; boggy; marshy.UK US dialectal
eating and serving utensils such as knives, forks and spoonscutleryEnglishnounA collective ensemble of eating and serving utensils such as knives, forks and spoons.countable uncountable
eating and serving utensils such as knives, forks and spoonscutleryEnglishnounThe business of a cutler.countable uncountable
economics: to become greater than something elseovertakeEnglishverbTo pass a slower moving object or entity (on the side closest to oncoming traffic).
economics: to become greater than something elseovertakeEnglishverbTo become greater than something elseeconomics science sciences
economics: to become greater than something elseovertakeEnglishverbTo occur unexpectedly; take by surprise; surprise and overcome; carry away
economics: to become greater than something elseovertakeEnglishnounAn act of overtaking; an overtaking maneuver.
emotional feeling; senseтойғоBashkirnounfeeling; sensation, perceptionphysical
emotional feeling; senseтойғоBashkirnounfeeling or experience; the faculty of having such experience
emotional feeling; senseтойғоBashkirnouninstinct
end of a tablefootEnglishnounA biological structure found in many animals that is used for locomotion and that is frequently a separate organ at the terminal part of the leg.
end of a tablefootEnglishnounSpecifically, a human foot, which is found below the ankle and is used for standing and walking.anatomy medicine sciences
end of a tablefootEnglishnounTravel by walking.attributive often
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe base or bottom of anything.
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe part of a flat surface on which the feet customarily rest.
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe end of a rectangular table opposite the head.
end of a tablefootEnglishnounA short foot-like projection on the bottom of an object to support it.
end of a tablefootEnglishnounA unit of measure equal to twelve inches or one third of a yard, equal to exactly 30.48 centimetres. / Ellipsis of square foot. A unit of area.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal
end of a tablefootEnglishnounA unit of measure equal to twelve inches or one third of a yard, equal to exactly 30.48 centimetres. / Ellipsis of cubic foot. A unit of volume.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal
end of a tablefootEnglishnounA unit of measure equal to twelve inches or one third of a yard, equal to exactly 30.48 centimetres.
end of a tablefootEnglishnounA unit of measure for organ pipes equal to the wavelength of two octaves above middle C, approximately 328 mm.entertainment lifestyle music
end of a tablefootEnglishnounFoot soldiers; infantry.government military politics warcollective
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe end of a cigar which is lit, and usually cut before lighting.cigars lifestyle
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe part of a sewing machine which presses downward on the fabric, and may also serve to move it forward.business manufacturing sewing textiles
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe bottommost part of a typed or printed page.media printing publishing
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe base of a piece of type, forming the sides of the groove.media printing publishing
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe basic measure of rhythm in a poem.human-sciences linguistics phonology prosody sciences
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe parsing of syllables into prosodic constituents, which are used to determine the placement of stress in languages along with the notions of constituent heads.human-sciences linguistics phonology sciences
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe bottom edge of a sail.nautical transport
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe end of a billiard or pool table behind the foot point where the balls are racked.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle sports
end of a tablefootEnglishnounIn a bryophyte, that portion of a sporophyte which remains embedded within and attached to the parent gametophyte plant.biology botany natural-sciences
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe muscular part of a bivalve mollusc or a gastropod by which it moves or holds its position on a surface.biology malacology natural-sciences
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe globular lower domain of a protein.
end of a tablefootEnglishnounThe point of intersection of one line with another that is perpendicular to it.geometry mathematics sciences
end of a tablefootEnglishnounFundamental principle; basis; plan.
end of a tablefootEnglishnounRecognized condition; rank; footing.
end of a tablefootEnglishverbTo use the foot to kick (usually a ball).transitive
end of a tablefootEnglishverbTo pay (a bill).transitive
end of a tablefootEnglishverbTo tread to measure of music; to dance; to trip; to skip.
end of a tablefootEnglishverbTo walk.
end of a tablefootEnglishverbTo set foot on; to walk on.archaic
end of a tablefootEnglishverbTo set on foot; to establish; to land.obsolete
end of a tablefootEnglishverbTo renew the foot of (a stocking, etc.).
end of a tablefootEnglishverbTo sum up, as the numbers in a column; sometimes with up.
ending in '-o'finocchioEnglishnounA fennel cultivar with a bulb-like structure at its base, used as a vegetable; Florence fennel (Foeniculum vulgare var. azoricum).
ending in '-o'finocchioEnglishnounA male homosexual.derogatory slang
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo possess, own.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo hold, as something at someone's disposal.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo include as a part, ingredient, or feature.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbUsed to state the existence or presence of someone in a specified relationship with the subject.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo consume or use up (a particular substance or resource, especially food or drink).transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo undertake or perform (an action or activity).transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo be scheduled to attend, undertake or participate in.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo experience, go through, undergo.
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo be afflicted with, suffer from.
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbUsed in forming the perfect aspect.auxiliary with-past-participle
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbUsed as an interrogative verb before a pronoun to form a tag question, echoing a previous use of 'have' as an auxiliary verb or, in certain cases, main verb. (For further discussion, see the appendix English tag questions.)
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbSee have to.auxiliary with-infinitive with-to
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo give birth to.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo obtain.informal passive usually
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo engage in sexual intercourse with.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo accept as a romantic partner.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo cause to, by a command, request or invitation.transitive with-infinitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo cause to be.transitive with-adjective
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo be affected by an occurrence. (Used in supplying a topic that is not a verb argument.)transitive with-infinitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo depict as being.transitive with-adjective
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo defeat in a fight; take.Britain slang
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo inflict punishment or retribution on.Britain slang
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo be able to speak (a language).
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo feel or be (especially painfully) aware of.
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo trick, to deceive.informal often passive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo allow; to tolerate.in the negative transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo believe, buy, be taken in by.often transitive used in the negative
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo host someone; to take in as a guest.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo get a reading, measurement, or result from an instrument or calculation.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo consider a court proceeding that has been completed; to begin deliberations on a case.of a jury transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo make an observation of (a bird species).biology birdwatching natural-sciences ornithologytransitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishverbTo capture or actively hold someone's attention or interest.transitive
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishnounA wealthy or privileged person.contrastive usually
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishnounOne who has some (contextually specified) thing.uncommon
engage in sexual intercourse withhaveEnglishnounA fraud or deception; something misleading.Australia New-Zealand informal
event during an electrical stormlightning strikeEnglishnounA lightning bolt, stroke of lightning, one of the events during an electrical storm when lightning strikes (an object on) the ground or an aircraft in flight.
event during an electrical stormlightning strikeEnglishnounA (sometimes unofficial) strike by workers with little or no warning.Britain
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo extend, stretch, or thrust out (for example a limb or object held in the hand).intransitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo give to someone by stretching out a limb, especially the hand; to give with the hand; to pass to another person; to hand over.transitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo stretch out the hand.intransitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo attain or obtain by stretching forth the hand; to extend some part of the body, or something held, so as to touch, strike, grasp, etc.transitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo strike or touch.of a missile transitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo extend an action, effort, or influence to; to penetrate to; to pierce, or cut.broadly transitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo extend to; to stretch out as far as; to touch by virtue of extent.transitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo arrive at (a place) by effort of any kind.transitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo make contact with.figuratively transitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo connect with (someone) on an emotional level, making them receptive of (one); to get through to (someone).figuratively transitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo arrive at a particular destination.India Singapore intransitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo continue living until or up to (a certain age).transitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo understand; to comprehend.obsolete
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo strain after something; to make (sometimes futile or pretentious) efforts.
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo extend in dimension, time etc.; to stretch out continuously (past, beyond, above, from etc. something).intransitive
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo sail on the wind, as from one point of tacking to another, or with the wind nearly abeam.nautical transport
exaggerationreachEnglishverbTo arrive at a particular destination, especially to join someone; to meet up.Multicultural-London-English slang
exaggerationreachEnglishnounThe act of stretching or extending; extension.
exaggerationreachEnglishnounThe ability to reach or touch with the person, a limb, or something held or thrown.
exaggerationreachEnglishnounThe power of stretching out or extending action, influence, or the like; power of attainment or management; extent of force or capacity.
exaggerationreachEnglishnounExtent; stretch; expanse; hence, application; influence; result; scope.
exaggerationreachEnglishnounAn exaggeration; an extension beyond evidence or normal; a stretch.informal
exaggerationreachEnglishnounThe distance a boxer's arm can extend to land a blow.boxing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
exaggerationreachEnglishnounAny point of sail in which the wind comes from the side of a vessel, excluding close-hauled.nautical transport
exaggerationreachEnglishnounThe distance traversed between tacks.nautical transport
exaggerationreachEnglishnounA stretch of a watercourse which can be sailed in one reach (in the previous sense). An extended portion of water; a stretch; a straightish portion of a stream, river, or arm of the sea extending up into the land, as from one turn to another. By extension, the adjacent land.nautical transport
exaggerationreachEnglishnounA level stretch of a watercourse, as between rapids in a river or locks in a canal. (examples?)
exaggerationreachEnglishnounAn extended portion or area of land or water.
exaggerationreachEnglishnounAn article to obtain an advantage.obsolete
exaggerationreachEnglishnounThe pole or rod connecting the rear axle with the forward bolster of a wagon.
exaggerationreachEnglishverbAlternative form of retch.alt-of alternative dialectal obsolete
exaggerationreachEnglishnounAlternative form of retch.alt-of alternative dialectal obsolete
expression of angerfucking hellEnglishintjAn exclamation of great surprise.idiomatic vulgar
expression of angerfucking hellEnglishintjAn exclamation of anger.idiomatic vulgar
expression of angerfucking hellEnglishintjAn exclamation of bewilderment.idiomatic vulgar
expression of mirth through face, eyes and voicelaughterEnglishnounThe sound of laughing, produced by air so expelled; any similar sound.uncountable usually
expression of mirth through face, eyes and voicelaughterEnglishnounA movement (usually involuntary) of the muscles of the laughing face, particularly of the lips, and of the whole body, with a peculiar expression of the eyes, indicating merriment, satisfaction or derision, and usually attended by a sonorous and interrupted expulsion of air from the lungs.uncountable usually
expression of mirth through face, eyes and voicelaughterEnglishnounA reason for merriment.archaic uncountable usually
extremelyenormouslyEnglishadvExtremely, greatly: to an enormous degree.not-comparable
extremelyenormouslyEnglishadvShockingly.not-comparable
extremely入心Chineseverbto understand what is impliedliterary
extremely入心Chineseadvby heart; deeply (of teachings, feelings, words, etc.)Min-Nan
extremely入心ChineseadvextremelyHokkien Quanzhou Xiamen
extremely入心Chineseadvattentively; diligentlyTaiwanese-Hokkien
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo recite numbers in sequence.intransitive
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo determine the number of (objects in a group).transitive
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo amount to, to number in total.intransitive
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo be of significance; to matter.intransitive
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo be an example of something: often followed by as and an indefinite noun.intransitive
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo consider something as an example of something or as having some quality; to account, to regard as.transitive
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo reckon in, to include in consideration.transitive
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo take account or note (of), to care (for).intransitive obsolete
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo recount, to tell.obsolete transitive
female form or wifecountEnglishverbTo plead orally; to argue a matter in court; to recite a count.lawUK intransitive obsolete
female form or wifecountEnglishnounThe act of counting or tallying a quantity.
female form or wifecountEnglishnounThe result of a tally that reveals the number of items in a set; a quantity counted.
female form or wifecountEnglishnounA countdown.
female form or wifecountEnglishnounA charge of misconduct brought in a legal proceeding.law
female form or wifecountEnglishnounThe number of balls and strikes, respectively, on a batter's in-progress plate appearance.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
female form or wifecountEnglishnounAn object of interest or account; value; estimation.obsolete
female form or wifecountEnglishadjCountable.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
female form or wifecountEnglishadjUsed to show the amount of like items in a package.business economics marketing science sciences shipping transportnot-comparable
female form or wifecountEnglishnounThe male ruler of a county.
female form or wifecountEnglishnounA nobleman holding a rank intermediate between dukes and barons.
female form or wifecountEnglishnounAny of various nymphalid butterflies of the genus Tanaecia. Other butterflies in this genus are called earls and viscounts.biology entomology natural-sciences
female given namesThomasEnglishnounAn infidel or doubter.derogatory
female given namesThomasEnglishnameAn Apostle, best remembered for doubting the resurrection of Jesus.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA male given name from Aramaic of biblical origin, popular since the 13th century.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA common surname originating as a patronymic.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Bureau County, Illinois.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Daviess County, Indiana.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Custer County, Oklahoma.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Linn County, Oregon.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Hamlin County, South Dakota.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Buchanan County, Virginia.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A former community in King County, Washington.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A minor city in Tucker County, West Virginia.countable uncountable
female given namesThomasEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A number of townships in the United States, listed under Thomas Township.countable uncountable
fickleunstableEnglishadjNot stable.
fickleunstableEnglishadjHaving a strong tendency to change.
fickleunstableEnglishadjFluctuating; not constant.
fickleunstableEnglishadjFickle.
fickleunstableEnglishadjUnpredictable.
fickleunstableEnglishadjReadily decomposable.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
fickleunstableEnglishadjRadioactive, especially with a short half-life.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
fickleunstableEnglishverbTo release (an animal) from a stable.transitive
flamelaaiDutchnounflamefeminine
flamelaaiDutchnounglowfeminine
flamelaaiDutchverbinflection of laaien: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
flamelaaiDutchverbinflection of laaien: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
flawmeinbugurIcelandicnounhindrancemasculine
flawmeinbugurIcelandicnounflawmasculine
flawmeinbugurIcelandicnouncomplications, difficultiesin-plural masculine
foam plastic泡沫Chinesenounfoam (substance composed of a large collection of bubbles); bubble; froth; head (of beer)
foam plastic泡沫Chinesenounfoam (substance formed by trapping pockets of gas in a liquid or solid); foam plastic
foam plastic泡沫ChinesenounShort for 泡沫經濟/泡沫经济 (pàomò jīngjì, “economic bubble”).business financeabbreviation alt-of
freshwater crustaceanscrawfishEnglishnounAny of various freshwater crustaceans: crayfish.Midwestern-US Southern-US US Western countable uncountable
freshwater crustaceanscrawfishEnglishnounAny of various marine crustaceans, rock lobster; especially Jasus lalandii, the Cape crawfish.South-Africa countable uncountable
freshwater crustaceanscrawfishEnglishnounA slur against Anglo-Canadians used in some corners of Quebec (including the Gaspé).Canada Quebec countable derogatory slang uncountable
freshwater crustaceanscrawfishEnglishverbTo backpedal, desert or withdraw (also used with out).Southern-US colloquial
friendly understanding and mutual recognition between two entities, especially nationscomityEnglishnounCourtesy and considerate behaviour towards others; social harmony.countable uncountable
friendly understanding and mutual recognition between two entities, especially nationscomityEnglishnounFriendly understanding and mutual recognition between two entities, especially nations.countable uncountable
full of nervous energyfebrileEnglishadjFeverish, or having a high temperature.
full of nervous energyfebrileEnglishadjInvolving fever as a symptom or cause.medicine sciences
full of nervous energyfebrileEnglishadjFull of nervous energy.
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishadjNecessary.
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishadjVery important; of high importance.
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishadjNecessary for survival but not synthesized by the organism, thus needing to be ingested.biology natural-sciences
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishadjBeing in the basic form; showing its essence.
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishadjReally existing; existent.
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishadjSuch that each complementary region is irreducible, the boundary of each complementary region is incompressible by disks and monogons in the complementary region, and no leaf is a sphere or a torus bounding a solid torus in the manifold.geometry mathematics sciences
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishadjIdiopathic.medicine sciences
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishadjHaving the nature of essence; not physical.
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishnounA necessary ingredient.
fundamental ingredientessentialEnglishnounA fundamental ingredient.
geology: property of existing in two distinct crystalline formsdimorphismEnglishnounThe occurrence within a plant of two distinct forms of any part.biology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
geology: property of existing in two distinct crystalline formsdimorphismEnglishnounThe occurrence in an animal species of two distinct types of individual.biology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
geology: property of existing in two distinct crystalline formsdimorphismEnglishnounA property of certain substances that enables them to exist in two distinct crystalline forms.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
gesturegestEnglishnounA story or adventure; a verse or prose romance.archaic countable uncountable
gesturegestEnglishnounAn action represented in sports, plays, or on the stage; show; ceremony.archaic countable uncountable
gesturegestEnglishnounBearing; deportment.archaic countable uncountable
gesturegestEnglishnounA gesture or action.countable obsolete uncountable
gesturegestEnglishnounAlternative form of gist (“a stop for lodging or rest in a journey, or the place where this happens; a rest”)alt-of alternative obsolete
glass of this drinkginger beerEnglishnounA fermented, typically non-alcoholic, drink flavoured with ginger.uncountable
glass of this drinkginger beerEnglishnounA glass or drink of ginger beer.countable
glass of this drinkginger beerEnglishnounqueer (i.e. homosexual).Cockney countable slang uncountable used in the shortened form ginger usually
glass of this drinkginger beerEnglishadjqueer (i.e. homosexual).Cockney slang used in the shortened form ginger usually
great-aunt嬸婆Chinesenounaunt; aunt-in-law (husband's father's younger brother's wife)
great-aunt嬸婆Chinesenoungreat-aunt (grandfather's younger brother's wife)Min-Nan Taiwanese-Mandarin
great-aunt嬸婆Chinesenounpaternal aunt (father's younger brother's wife)Jinjiang-Hokkien
greedy personhogEnglishnounAny animal belonging to the Suidae family of mammals, especially the pig, the warthog, and the boar.
greedy personhogEnglishnounAn adult swine (contrasted with a pig, a young swine).specifically
greedy personhogEnglishnounA greedy person or thing; one who refuses to share.informal
greedy personhogEnglishnounA large motorcycle, particularly a Harley-Davidson.slang
greedy personhogEnglishnounA young sheep that has not been shorn.UK
greedy personhogEnglishnounA rough, flat scrubbing broom for scrubbing a ship's bottom under water.nautical transport
greedy personhogEnglishnounA device for mixing and stirring the pulp from which paper is made.
greedy personhogEnglishnounA shilling coin; its value, 12 old pence.UK archaic countable historical slang uncountable
greedy personhogEnglishnounA tanner, a sixpence coin; its value.UK countable historical obsolete slang uncountable
greedy personhogEnglishnounA half-crown coin; its value, 30 old pence.UK countable historical obsolete slang uncountable
greedy personhogEnglishnounThe effect of the middle of the hull of a ship rising while the ends droop.nautical transport
greedy personhogEnglishnounA penis.vulgar
greedy personhogEnglishverbTo greedily take more than one's share, to take precedence at the expense of another or others.transitive
greedy personhogEnglishverbTo clip the mane of a horse, making it short and bristly.transitive
greedy personhogEnglishverbTo scrub with a hog, or scrubbing broom.nautical transport
greedy personhogEnglishverbTo cause the keel of a ship to arch upwards (the opposite of sag).nautical transporttransitive
greedy personhogEnglishverbTo process (bark, etc.) into hog fuel.transitive
greedy personhogEnglishnounA quahog (clam)informal
groupChinesecharacterto turn around; to move in a "waving", scattering way, including: / to dispel; to scattertransitive
groupChinesecharacterto turn around; to move in a "waving", scattering way, including: / to distribute; to allocate (resources, staff, etc); to set aside (money)transitive
groupChinesecharacterto turn around; to move in a "waving", scattering way, including: / to dial (a phone number)transitive
groupChinesecharacterto turn around; to move in a "waving", scattering way, including: / to push aside or forward with the foot, hand, stick, etc.transitive
groupChinesecharacterto turn around; to move in a "waving", scattering way, including: / to stir; to plucktransitive
groupChinesecharacterto turn around; to move in a "waving", scattering way, including: / to incite; to excitefiguratively transitive
groupChinesecharacterto turn around; to move in a "waving", scattering way, including: / to play a plucked string instrumenttransitive
groupChinesecharacterto turn around; to move in a "waving", scattering way, including: / to wave a fantransitive
groupChinesecharacterto turn around; to move in a "waving", scattering way, including: / to poke (a fire)transitive
groupChinesecharacterto wave; to sweep; to whirlintransitive
groupChinesecharacterto ferment (of wine); to brewintransitive
groupChinesecharacterto delete; to cuttransitive
groupChinesecharacterto reject; to abandontransitive
groupChinesecharacterto govern; to rule; to pacifytransitive
groupChinesecharacterplectrum
groupChinesecharacterClassifier for people or things: group; batch
groupChinesecharacterto giveWu
groupChinesecharacterto allowWu
groupChinesecharacterto; for; byWu
guess (something)divineEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a god.
guess (something)divineEnglishadjEternal, holy, or otherwise godlike.
guess (something)divineEnglishadjOf superhuman or surpassing excellence.
guess (something)divineEnglishadjBeautiful, heavenly.
guess (something)divineEnglishadjForeboding; prescient.obsolete
guess (something)divineEnglishadjimmortal; elect or saved after deathobsolete of souls
guess (something)divineEnglishadjRelating to divinity or theology.
guess (something)divineEnglishnounOne skilled in divinity; a theologian.
guess (something)divineEnglishnounA minister of the gospel; a priest; a clergyman.
guess (something)divineEnglishnounGod or a god, particularly in its aspect as a transcendental concept.capitalized often with 'the'
guess (something)divineEnglishverbTo foretell (something), especially by the use of divination.transitive
guess (something)divineEnglishverbTo guess or discover (something) through intuition or insight.transitive
guess (something)divineEnglishverbTo search for (underground objects or water) using a divining rod.transitive
guess (something)divineEnglishverbTo render divine; to deify.
gutsტრაკიGeorgiannounass, arsevulgar
gutsტრაკიGeorgiannounguts (courage, determination)figuratively slang vulgar
ham served sliced at ChristmasChristmas hamEnglishnounA ham, boiled and then baked in the oven with mustard, served sliced at Christmas as one of the traditionally most important parts of the Scandinavian julbord (special Christmas-time smörgåsbord).countable uncountable
ham served sliced at ChristmasChristmas hamEnglishnounHam prepared in various other ways in various regions at Christmas, such as stuffed ham in parts of the United States, or ham soaked in fruit juices in the Philippines.countable uncountable
happening or existing at the same timecoincidentalEnglishadjOccurring as or resulting from coincidence.
happening or existing at the same timecoincidentalEnglishadjHappening or existing at the same time.
harmony, balance; parityeven stevenEnglishadjexactly even, equalnot-comparable
harmony, balance; parityeven stevenEnglishadjbeing equal, as in score or account; tiednot-comparable
harmony, balance; parityeven stevenEnglishadjhaving nothing due, or no balance of debt on either sidenot-comparable
harmony, balance; parityeven stevenEnglishadvequally, evenlynot-comparable
harmony, balance; parityeven stevenEnglishadvevenly dividednot-comparable
harmony, balance; parityeven stevenEnglishnounequity; equilibriumuncountable
harmony, balance; parityeven stevenEnglishnounharmony, balance; parityuncountable
have sexual intercourse withenjoyEnglishverbTo receive pleasure or satisfaction from something.transitive
have sexual intercourse withenjoyEnglishverbTo have the use or benefit of something.transitive
have sexual intercourse withenjoyEnglishverbTo be satisfied or receive pleasure.India intransitive
have sexual intercourse withenjoyEnglishverbTo have sexual intercourse with.transitive
having a slant to the rightitalicEnglishadjDesigned to resemble a handwriting style developed in Italy in the 16th century.media publishing typographynot-comparable of a typeface or font
having a slant to the rightitalicEnglishadjHaving letters that slant or lean to the right; oblique.media publishing typographynot-comparable of a typeface or font
having a slant to the rightitalicEnglishnounA typeface in which the letters slant to the right.media publishing typography
having a slant to the rightitalicEnglishnounAn oblique handwriting style, such as used by Italian calligraphers of the Renaissance.
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadjCovered with, or containing unclean matter; dirty.
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadjObscene, vulgar or abusive.of words or a way of speaking
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadjDetestable, unpleasant, loathsome.
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadjDisgusting, repulsive; causing disgust.
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadjUgly; homely; poor.obsolete
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadjUnpleasant, stormy or rainy. (of the weather)
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadjDishonest or not conforming to the established rules and customs of a game, conflict, test, etc.
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadjEntangled and therefore restricting free movement, not clear.nautical transport
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadj(with "of") Positioned on, in, or near enough to (a specified area) so as to obstruct it.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technical
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishadjOutside of the base lines; in foul territory.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo make dirty.transitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo besmirch.transitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo clog or obstruct.transitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo entangle.nautical transporttransitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo make contact with an opposing player in order to gain advantage.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo commit a foul.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo hit outside of the baselines.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo hit a ball outside of the baselines.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo become clogged.intransitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo become entangled.intransitive
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishverbTo come into contact or collide with.
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishnounA breach of the rules of a game, especially one involving inappropriate contact with an opposing player in order to gain an advantage; for example, tripping someone up in soccer, or contact of any kind in basketball.hobbies lifestyle sports
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishnounA (usually accidental) contact between a bowler and the lane before the bowler has released the ball.bowling hobbies lifestyle sports
having freedom of motion interfered with by collision or entanglementfoulEnglishnounA foul ball, a ball which has been hit outside of the base lines.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
heaven, godilmaProto-Uralicnounsky, heavenreconstruction
heaven, godilmaProto-Uralicnoun? weatherreconstruction
heaven, godilmaProto-Uralicnoun? godreconstruction
humanelyhumanitusLatinadvhumanly, in a human manner.not-comparable
humanelyhumanitusLatinadvhumanely, kindly, politely; in a humane manner.not-comparable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo chop or cut down in a rough manner.transitive
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo cough noisily.intransitive
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo withstand or put up with a difficult situation.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo make a quick code change to patch a computer program, often one that, while being effective, is inelegant or makes the program harder to maintain.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo accomplish a difficult programming task.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo work with something on an intimately technical level.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesslang transitive
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo apply a trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method to something to increase productivity, efficiency or ease.broadly colloquial transitive
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo hack into; to gain unauthorized access to (a computer system, e.g., a website, or network) by manipulating code.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesslang transitive
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo gain unauthorised access to a computer or online account belonging to (a person or organisation).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesbroadly slang transitive
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo cheat by using unauthorized modifications.video-gamesintransitive
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo strike an opponent with one's hockey stick, typically on the leg but occasionally and more seriously on the back, arm, head, etc.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sports
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo make a flailing attempt to hit the puck with a hockey stick.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sports
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo swing at a pitched ball.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo kick (a player) on the shins.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby soccer sports
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo strike in a frantic movement.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo strike lightly as part of tapotement massage.transitive
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA tool for chopping.countable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA hacking blow.countable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA gouge or notch made by such a blow.countable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA dry cough.countable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA hacking; a catch in speaking; a short, broken cough.countable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA try, an attempt.countable figuratively uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounThe foothold traditionally cut into the ice from which the person who throws the rock pushes off for delivery.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA mattock or a miner's pickaxe.countable obsolete uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounAn improvised device or solution to a problem.countable informal uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounAn expedient, temporary solution, such as a small patch or change to code, meant to be replaced with a more elegant solution at a later date; a workaround.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable slang uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA computer programmer who makes quick but inelegant changes to computer code to solve problems or add features.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable dated slang uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA computer programmer, particularly a veteran or someone not immediately expected to be capable of programming.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable dated slang uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounAn interesting technical achievement, particularly in computer programming.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable slang uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method to increase productivity, efficiency, or ease.colloquial countable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounThe illegal accessing of a computer network.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable slang uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA video game or any computer software that has been altered from its original state.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable slang uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounTime check, as for example upon synchronization of wristwatches.government military politics warcountable slang uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounThe act of striking an opponent with one's hockey stick, typically on the leg but occasionally and more seriously on the back, arm, head, etc.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sportscountable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA swing of the bat at a pitched ball by the batter, particularly a choppy, ungraceful one that misses the ball such as at a fastball.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA kick on the shins in football of any type.countable uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounConfinement of an officer to their stateroom as a punishment.government military naval navy politics warslang uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounAn airplane of poor quality or in poor condition.government military politics warcountable slang uncountable
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA board which the falcon's food is placed on; used by extension for the state of partial freedom in which they are kept before being trained.falconry hobbies hunting lifestyle
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA food-rack for cattle.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA rack used to dry something, such as bricks, fish, or cheese.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA grating in a mill race.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo lay (bricks) on a rack to dry.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo keep (young hawks) in a state of partial freedom, before they are trained.falconry hobbies hunting lifestyle
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA horse for hire, especially one which is old and tired.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA person, often a journalist, hired to do routine work.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounSomeone who is available for hire; hireling, mercenary.derogatory
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounThe driver of a taxicab (hackney cab).slang
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA vehicle let for hire; originally, a hackney cab, now typically a taxicab.Canada US colloquial
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA hearse.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounAn untalented writer.authorship broadcasting communications film journalism literature media publishing television writingderogatory
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounOne who is professionally successful despite producing mediocre work. (Usually applied to persons in a creative field.)derogatory
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA talented writer-for-hire, paid to put others' thoughts into felicitous language.derogatory
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA political agitator.government politics
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA person who frequently canvasses for votes, either directly or by appearing to continuously act with the ulterior motive of furthering their political career.UK derogatory
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA writer who hires himself out for any sort of literary work; an overworked man; a drudge.obsolete
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA procuress.obsolete
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo make common or cliched; to vulgarise.dated
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo ride a horse at a regular pace; to ride on a road (as opposed to riding cross-country etc.).equestrianism hobbies horses lifestyle pets sports
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo live the life of a drudge or hack.obsolete
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo use as a hack; to let out for hire.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo use frequently and indiscriminately, so as to render trite and commonplace.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo drive a hackney cab.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishnounA small ball usually made of woven cotton or suede and filled with rice, sand or some other filler, for use in hackeysack.
ice hockey: to make a flailing attempt to hit the puckhackEnglishverbTo play hackeysack.
idolgodEnglishnounA deity or supreme being; a supernatural, typically immortal, being with superior powers, to which personhood is attributed.
idolgodEnglishnounAn idol. / A representation of a deity, especially a statue or statuette.
idolgodEnglishnounAn idol. / Something or someone particularly revered, worshipped, idealized, admired and/or followed.figuratively
idolgodEnglishnounA person in a very high position of authority, importance or influence; a powerful ruler or tyrant.figuratively
idolgodEnglishnounA person who is exceptionally skilled in a particular activity.figuratively informal
idolgodEnglishnounAn exceedingly handsome man.figuratively informal
idolgodEnglishnounThe person who owns and runs a multi-user dungeon.Internet
idolgodEnglishnameAlternative letter-case form of Godhuman-sciences philosophy sciencesalso alt-of derogatory often
idolgodEnglishverbTo idolize.transitive
idolgodEnglishverbTo deify.transitive
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnumThe number represented by the Arabic numeral 1; the numerical value equal to that cardinal number.
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnumThe first positive number in the set of natural numbers.mathematics number-theory sciences
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnumThe cardinality of the smallest nonempty set.mathematics sciences set-theory
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnumThe ordinality of an element which has no predecessor, usually called first or number one.mathematics sciences
impersonal pronounoneEnglishpronOne thing (among a group of others); one member of a group.impersonal indefinite pronoun
impersonal pronounoneEnglishpronThe first mentioned of two things or people, as opposed to the other.impersonal pronoun sometimes with-definite-article
impersonal pronounoneEnglishpronAny person (applying to people in general).indefinite personal pronoun
impersonal pronounoneEnglishpronAny person, entity or thing.pronoun
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounThe digit or figure 1.
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / A one-dollar bill.US
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / One o'clock, either a.m. or p.m.
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / One run scored by hitting the ball and running between the wickets; a single.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / A joke or amusing anecdote.
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounA person (having some specified characteristic or attribute).followed by for
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounA particularly special or compatible person or thing.colloquial
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounA gay person.dated derogatory euphemistic
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounThe identity element with respect to multiplication in a ring.mathematics sciences
impersonal pronounoneEnglishnounDeliberate misspelling of !. Used to amplify an exclamation, parodying unskilled typists who forget to press the shift key while typing exclamation points, thus typing "1".Internet Leet alt-of deliberate misspelling sarcastic
impersonal pronounoneEnglishadjOf a period of time, being particular.not-comparable
impersonal pronounoneEnglishadjBeing a single, unspecified thing; a; any.not-comparable
impersonal pronounoneEnglishadjSole, only.not-comparable
impersonal pronounoneEnglishadjWhole, entire.not-comparable
impersonal pronounoneEnglishadjIn agreement.not-comparable
impersonal pronounoneEnglishadjThe same.not-comparable
impersonal pronounoneEnglishdetUsed for emphasis in place of a / Being a preeminent example.
impersonal pronounoneEnglishdetUsed for emphasis in place of a / Being an unknown person with the specified name; see also "a certain".
impersonal pronounoneEnglishverbTo cause to become one; to gather into a single whole; to unite.
impersonal pronounoneEnglishparticleUsed at the end of a sentence to highlight the characteristics of someone or something.Singapore Singlish
impersonal pronounoneEnglishparticleUsed at the end of a sentence to highlight the originator of something.Singapore Singlish
impersonal pronounoneEnglishparticleA nominalizer; used to form a noun phrase without a head noun.Singapore Singlish
impersonal pronounoneEnglishpronFunctions as a relative pronoun at the end of a relative clause.Singapore Singlish rare relative
in a defiant mannerdefiantlyEnglishadvIn a defiant manner.
in a defiant mannerdefiantlyEnglishadvMisspelling of definitely.alt-of misspelling
in architecturehelixEnglishnounA curve on the surface of a cylinder or cone such that its angle to a plane perpendicular to the axis is constant; the three-dimensional curve seen in a screw or a spiral staircase.mathematics sciences
in architecturehelixEnglishnounA small volute under the abacus of a Corinthian capital.architecture
in architecturehelixEnglishnounThe incurved rim of the external ear.anatomy medicine sciences
in architecturehelixEnglishnounAn upside down midair 360° spin in playboating.
in architecturehelixEnglishverbTo form or cause to form a helix.
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishadjWith no or few possessions or money, particularly in relation to contemporaries who do have them.
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishadjOf low quality.
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishadjWorthy of pity.attributive
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishadjDeficient in a specified way.
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishadjInadequate, insufficient.
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishadjFree from self-assertion; not proud or arrogant; meek.
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishnounThe poor people of a society or the world collectively, the poor class of a society.plural plural-only
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishnounA poor person.countable
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishnounSynonym of poor cod.obsolete
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishverbSynonym of impoverish, to make poor.rare transitive
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishverbTo become poor.intransitive obsolete
inadequate, insufficientpoorEnglishverbTo call poor.obsolete
indicating great degreealdeilisIcelandicadvcompletely, totallydated
indicating great degreealdeilisIcelandicadvat allwith-negation
indicating great degreealdeilisIcelandicadvAn intensifier used as a sentence adverb to indicate an abundance or great degree.
indicative of future successauspiciousEnglishadjOf good omen; indicating future success.
indicative of future successauspiciousEnglishadjConducive to success.
indicative of future successauspiciousEnglishadjMarked by success; prosperous.
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo act in a manner such that one has fun; to engage in activities expressly for the purpose of recreation or entertainment.intransitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo perform in (a sport); to participate in (a game). / To compete against, in a game.intransitive transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo perform in (a sport); to participate in (a game). / (in the scoring of games and sports) To be the opposing score to.intransitive transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo perform in (a sport); to participate in (a game).intransitive transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo take part in amorous activity; to make love.intransitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo gamble.
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo act as the indicated role, especially in a performance.transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To produce music.intransitive of a music transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To produce music using a musical instrument.especially intransitive of a person transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To produce music (or a specified song or musical style) using (a specified musical instrument).especially intransitive of a person transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To use a device to watch or listen to the indicated recording.ergative intransitive transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To be performed; (or of a film) to be shown.intransitive of a theatrical performance transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To perform in or at; to give performances in or at.intransitive of a theatrical company or band transitive usually
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To act or perform (a play).intransitive transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / Contrary to fact, to give an appearance of being.copulative
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / To act with levity or thoughtlessness; to trifle; to be careless.intransitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / To act; to behave; to practice deception.intransitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / To bring into sportive or wanton action; to exhibit in action; to execute.transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / To kid; to joke; say something for amusement.intransitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo move in any manner; especially, to move regularly with alternate or reciprocating motion; to operate.intransitive transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo move to and fro.intransitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo put in action or motion.transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo keep in play, as a hooked fish in order to land it.transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishverbTo manipulate, deceive, or swindle someone.colloquial transitive
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounActivity for amusement only, especially among the young.uncountable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounSimilar activity in young animals, as they explore their environment and learn new skills.uncountable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounThe conduct, or course, of a game.uncountable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounAn individual's performance in a sport or game.uncountable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounA short sequence of action within a game.countable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounAn action carried out when it is one's turn to play.countable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounA literary composition, intended to be represented by actors impersonating the characters and speaking the dialogue.countable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounA theatrical performance featuring actors.countable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounAn attempt to move forward, as in a plan or strategy, for example by a business, investor, or political party.countable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounA geological formation that contains an accumulation or prospect of hydrocarbons or other resources.countable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounMovement (of a pattern of light etc.)uncountable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounThe extent to which a part of a mechanism can move freely, as for example lash, backlash, or slack.uncountable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounSexual activity or sexual role-playing.informal uncountable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounAn instance of watching or listening to digital media.countable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounA button that, when pressed, causes media to be played.countable
individual's performance in a sportplayEnglishnounActivity relating to martial combat or fighting.archaic countable in-compounds uncountable usually
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a difference.
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishadjDependent on, or making a difference; distinctive.
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishadjHaving differences in speed or direction of motion.
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishadjOf or pertaining to differentiation or the differential calculus.mathematics sciences
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnounThe differential gear in an automobile, etc.
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnounA qualitative or quantitative difference between similar or comparable things.
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnounOne of two coils of conducting wire so related to one another or to a magnet or armature common to both, that one coil produces polar action contrary to that of the other.
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnounA form of conductor used for dividing and distributing the current to a series of electric lamps so as to maintain equal action in all.
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnounA quantity representing an infinitesimal change in a variable, now only used as a heuristic aid except in nonstandard analysis but considered rigorous until the 20th century; a fluxion in Newtonian calculus, now usually written in Leibniz's notation as operatorname d!x.calculus mathematics sciences
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnoun(calculus, of a univariate differentiable function f(x)) A function giving the change in the linear approximation of f at a point x over a small interval Δx or operatorname d!x, the function being called the differential of f and denoted operatorname d!f(x,Δx), operatorname d!f(x), or simply operatorname d!f. / A function giving the change in the linear approximation of f at a point x over a small interval Δx or operatorname d!x, the function being called the differential of f and denoted operatorname d!f(x,Δx), operatorname d!f(x), or simply operatorname d!f.calculus mathematics sciencesof a univariate differentiable function f(x)
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnoun(calculus, of a univariate differentiable function f(x)) A function giving the change in the linear approximation of f at a point x over a small interval Δx or operatorname d!x, the function being called the differential of f and denoted operatorname d!f(x,Δx), operatorname d!f(x), or simply operatorname d!f. / Any of several generalizations of this concept to functions of several variables or to higher orders: the partial differential, total differential, Gateaux differential, etc.
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnounThe Jacobian matrix of a function of several variables.
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnounThe pushforward or total derivative of ϕ: a linear map from the tangent space at a point x in ϕ's domain to the tangent space at ϕ(x) which is, in a technical sense, the best linear approximation of ϕ at x; denoted operatorname d!ϕₓ.of a smooth map ϕ between smooth manifolds
infinitesimal changedifferentialEnglishnounAny of several generalizations of the concept(s) above: e.g. the Kähler differential in the setting of schemes, the quadratic differential in the theory of Riemann surfaces, etc.mathematics sciences
infirm; gone to seedseedyEnglishadjLiteral senses: / Full of seeds.
infirm; gone to seedseedyEnglishadjLiteral senses: / Seedlike; having the flavour of seeds.
infirm; gone to seedseedyEnglishadjLiteral senses: / Having a peculiar flavour supposed to be derived from the weeds growing among the vines; said of certain kinds of French brandy.colloquial
infirm; gone to seedseedyEnglishadjDisreputable, run-down.figuratively
infirm; gone to seedseedyEnglishadjUntidy; unkempt.
infirm; gone to seedseedyEnglishadjInfirm; unwell; gone to seed.
infirm; gone to seedseedyEnglishadjSuffering the effects of a hangover.
inflation excluding the increase or decrease of prices in some sectorscore inflationEnglishnounInflation excluding the increase or decrease of prices in some transitory sectors (usually food and energy).economics science sciencesuncountable usually
inflation excluding the increase or decrease of prices in some sectorscore inflationEnglishnounInflation excluding energy, food, alcohol and tobacco prices.economics science sciencesin the Eurozone uncountable usually
institution dedicated to higher educationacademic institutionEnglishnounAn educational institution, dedicated to teaching and/or research.
institution dedicated to higher educationacademic institutionEnglishnounAn educational institution, dedicated to higher education and research, that grants academic degrees.
intelligenstestintelligensDanishnounintelligencecommon-gender
intelligenstestintelligensDanishnounintelligentsiacommon-gender
intelligenstestintelligensDanishnounan intelligent personcommon-gender rare
language of CataloniaCatalanEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Catalonia.
language of CataloniaCatalanEnglishnameThe Romance language of Catalonia, an autonomous region in the northeast of Spain, also spoken in the Valencian autonomous region (where the language is officially named valencià), the Balearic Islands, Andorra, Roussillon in France, and the Sardinian city of Alghero.
language of CataloniaCatalanEnglishnameA surname from Spanish.
language of CataloniaCatalanEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Catalonia.not-comparable
located or found throughout a polar regioncircumpolarEnglishadjLocated or found throughout a polar region.not-comparable
located or found throughout a polar regioncircumpolarEnglishadjOf a celestial body, continually visible above the horizon during the entire 360 degrees of daily travel.astronomy natural-sciencesnot-comparable
long-lastingcontinuateEnglishadjContinuous; uninterrupted; continued without break or interruption.obsolete
long-lastingcontinuateEnglishadjChronic; long-lasting; long-continued.obsolete
loofah菜瓜Chinesenounsnake melon
loofah菜瓜ChinesenouncucumberJinjiang-Hokkien Min-Dong
loofah菜瓜ChinesenounloofahHakka Min-Nan
loofah菜瓜ChineseadjstupidHokkien Quanzhou
look over, not humble承るJapaneseverbto receivehumble
look over, not humble承るJapaneseverbto read, to look over (from the sense of receiving a letter or document)humble
look over, not humble承るJapaneseverbto hear, to listen to, to be toldhumble
look over, not humble承るJapaneseverbto consent to, to agree to, to accept (such as a command or instruction)humble
look over, not humble承るJapaneseverbto speak, to say (said of someone else, never of oneself)honorific rare
lossexpenseEnglishnounA spending or consuming, often a disbursement of funds.countable uncountable
lossexpenseEnglishnounThe elimination or consumption of something, sometimes with the notion of loss or damage to the thing eliminated.countable uncountable
lossexpenseEnglishnounLoss.countable obsolete uncountable
lossexpenseEnglishverbTo charge a cost against an expense account; to bill something to the company for which one works.transitive
made undrinkabledenaturedEnglishadjHaving been deprived of its nature, having had its nature changed.not-comparable
made undrinkabledenaturedEnglishadjOf alcohol made undrinkable, by adding a toxin or unpalatable substance, but still useful as a fuel or solvent. Traditionally by the addition of methanol (wood alcohol) to ethanol (grain alcohol).not-comparable
made undrinkabledenaturedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of denatureform-of participle past
male given nameSimonEnglishnameName of any of a number of men in the New Testament, notably the original name of Apostle Peter.
male given nameSimonEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
male given nameSimonEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
manage a wooded area as a coppicecoppiceEnglishnounA grove of small growth; a thicket of brushwood; a wood cut at certain times for fuel or other purposes, typically managed to promote growth and ensure a reliable supply of timber. See copse.
manage a wooded area as a coppicecoppiceEnglishverbTo manage (a wooded area) sustainably, as a coppice, by periodically cutting back woody plants to promote new growth.transitive
manage a wooded area as a coppicecoppiceEnglishverbTo sprout from the stump.intransitive
market situation in which there is only buyer for a productmonopsonyEnglishnounA market situation in which there is only one buyer for a product.economics science sciences
market situation in which there is only buyer for a productmonopsonyEnglishnounA buyer with disproportionate power.economics science sciences
mechanical device that connects thingslinkageEnglishnounA mechanical device that connects things.
mechanical device that connects thingslinkageEnglishnounA connection or relation between things or ideas.
mechanical device that connects thingslinkageEnglishnounThe act or result of linking: the combination of multiple object files into one executable, library, or object file.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences software-compilation
mechanical device that connects thingslinkageEnglishnounThe property of genes of being inherited together.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
mechanical device that connects thingslinkageEnglishnounA set of definitely related languages for which no proto-language can be derived, typically a group of languages within a family that have formed a sprachbund.human-sciences linguistics sciences
mechanical device that connects thingslinkageEnglishnounA United States foreign policy, during the 1970s détente in the Cold War, of persuading the Soviet Union to co-operate in restraining revolutions in the Third World in return for nuclear and economic concessions.government politicsUS historical
melodious accent when speakingliltEnglishverbTo do something rhythmically, with animation and quickness, usually of music.
melodious accent when speakingliltEnglishverbTo sing cheerfully, especially in Gaelic.
melodious accent when speakingliltEnglishverbTo utter with spirit, animation, or gaiety; to sing with spirit and liveliness.
melodious accent when speakingliltEnglishnounAnimated, brisk motion; spirited rhythm; sprightliness.
melodious accent when speakingliltEnglishnounA lively song or dance; a cheerful tune.
melodious accent when speakingliltEnglishnounA cheerful or melodious accent when speaking.
mercilessinclementEnglishadjStormy, of rough weather; not clement.
mercilessinclementEnglishadjMerciless, unrelenting.obsolete
mercilessinclementEnglishadjUnmercifully severe in temper or action.archaic
merging of elements into a unionfusionEnglishnounThe act of merging separate elements, or the result thereof. / A nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the concomitant release of energy.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
merging of elements into a unionfusionEnglishnounThe act of merging separate elements, or the result thereof. / A style of music that blends disparate genres; especially different types of jazz and reggae.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
merging of elements into a unionfusionEnglishnounThe act of merging separate elements, or the result thereof. / A style of cooking that combines ingredients and techniques from different countries or culturescountable uncountable
merging of elements into a unionfusionEnglishnounThe act of merging separate elements, or the result thereof. / The act of melting or liquefying something by heating it.countable uncountable
merging of elements into a unionfusionEnglishnounThe act of merging separate elements, or the result thereof. / The result of the hybridation of two genes which originally coded for separate proteins.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
merging of elements into a unionfusionEnglishnounThe act of merging separate elements, or the result thereof. / The process by which two distinct lipid bilayers merge their hydrophobic core, resulting in one interconnected structure.biology cytology medicine natural-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
merging of elements into a unionfusionEnglishnounThe act of merging separate elements, or the result thereof. / The act of two characters merging into one, typically more powerful, being; or the merged being itself.fiction literature media publishingcountable uncountable
merging of elements into a unionfusionEnglishnounThe act of merging separate elements, or the result thereof.countable uncountable
merging of elements into a unionfusionEnglishverbto combine; to fusenonstandard
moon of EarthMoonEnglishnameThe Earth's moon; the sole natural satellite of the Earth, represented in astronomy and astrology by ☾.
moon of EarthMoonEnglishnameA personification of the moon.lifestyle paganism religion
moon of EarthMoonEnglishnameThe 54th sura (chapter) of the Qur'an.
moon of EarthMoonEnglishnameA surname.
moon of EarthMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Morgan County, Kentucky.
moon of EarthMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
moon of EarthMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Pennington County, South Dakota.
moon of EarthMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Mathews County, Virginia.
moon of EarthMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Marathon County, Wisconsin.
multicolored, iridescentildaiteIrishadjmulticolored
multicolored, iridescentildaiteIrishadjcolorful
multicolored, iridescentildaiteIrishadjiridescent
naked statebloterikDutchnounsomeone who is (nearly) naked, often boldly or in an unconventional place; an exhibitionistmasculine
naked statebloterikDutchnounthe nude, naked statemasculine
narrowmjórIcelandicadjthin, slender
narrowmjórIcelandicadjnarrow
nonpollutingexhaustlessEnglishadjUnable to be exhausted; having an endless supply; inexhaustible.
nonpollutingexhaustlessEnglishadjNot producing exhaust; nonpolluting.of an automobile or similar machine
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of fixform-of participle past
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjAttached; affixed.
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjNot able to move; unmovable.
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjNot able to change or vary.
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjUnlikely to change; Stable.
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjUnlikely to change; Stable. / Chemically stable.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjSupplied with what one needs.
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjOf sound, recorded on a permanent medium.law
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjSurgically rendered infertile (spayed, neutered or castrated).dialectal informal
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjRigged; fraudulently prearranged.
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjResolved; corrected.of a problem
not changing, not able to be changed, staying the samefixedEnglishadjRepaired
not of the usualsupernaturalEnglishadjAbove nature; beyond or added to nature, often so considered because it is given by a deity or some force beyond that which humans are born with.
not of the usualsupernaturalEnglishadjNot of the usual; not natural; altered by forces that are not understood fully if at all.
not of the usualsupernaturalEnglishnounA supernatural beingcountable
not of the usualsupernaturalEnglishnounSupernatural beings and events collectively (when used with definite article: "the supernatural")uncountable
numerator) / (denominator) = (quotienttotalEnglishnounAn amount obtained by the addition of smaller amounts.
numerator) / (denominator) = (quotienttotalEnglishnounSum.mathematics sciencesinformal
numerator) / (denominator) = (quotienttotalEnglishadjEntire; relating to the whole of something.
numerator) / (denominator) = (quotienttotalEnglishadjComplete; absolute.used as an intensifier
numerator) / (denominator) = (quotienttotalEnglishadj(of a function) Defined on all possible inputs.mathematics sciences
numerator) / (denominator) = (quotienttotalEnglishverbTo add up; to calculate the sum of.transitive
numerator) / (denominator) = (quotienttotalEnglishverbTo equal a total of; to amount to.
numerator) / (denominator) = (quotienttotalEnglishverbTo demolish; to wreck completely. (from total loss)US slang transitive
numerator) / (denominator) = (quotienttotalEnglishverbTo amount to; to add up to.intransitive
object other than furniture in a roomfurnishingsEnglishnounplural of furnishingform-of plural
object other than furniture in a roomfurnishingsEnglishnounFurniture generally.plural plural-only
object other than furniture in a roomfurnishingsEnglishnounThe objects, other than furniture, that occupy an interior space.plural plural-only
object other than furniture in a roomfurnishingsEnglishnounAccessories used with a dress.plural plural-only
object other than furniture in a roomfurnishingsEnglishnounItems of furniture and/or accessories by which something is equipped so as to be more useful, convenient, or comfortable.plural plural-only
ofšodienaLatviannountoday, this day (the current day)declension-4 feminine
ofšodienaLatviannountoday, nowadays (the current time period)declension-4 feminine
of "concern"bailesLatviannounfear (mental state of agitation and confusion, caused by danger or misfortune)declension-5 feminine plural
of "concern"bailesLatviannounfear, shame (feeling of discomfort or shame)declension-5 feminine plural
of "concern"bailesLatviannounconcern, worry, caredeclension-5 feminine plural
of "concern"bailesLatviannounfear, anxiety, worry (about something, someone)declension-5 feminine plural
of "extended family, " "kin group"ģimeneLatviannounfamily (group formed by a couple and their children (if any) living together; larger group of relatives living together)declension-5 feminine
of "extended family, " "kin group"ģimeneLatviannouna group of female animals descended from one breederdeclension-5 feminine
of "extended family, " "kin group"ģimeneLatviannounfamily (a group of animals consisting of a male, a female and their offspring, living and eating together)biology natural-sciences zoologydeclension-5 feminine
of "sexual intercourse"sekssLatviannounsex, gender (the two groups in which most living beings can be divided, according to their role in the reproductive process)declension-1 masculine
of "sexual intercourse"sekssLatviannounsex (sexual intercourse, sexual activity)declension-1 masculine singular usually
of light: thin and palewateryEnglishadjResembling or characteristic of water.
of light: thin and palewateryEnglishadjWet, soggy or soaked with water.
of light: thin and palewateryEnglishadjDiluted or having too much water.
of light: thin and palewateryEnglishadjThin and pale therefore suggestive of water.of light
of light: thin and palewateryEnglishadjWeak and insipid.
of light: thin and palewateryEnglishadjDischarging water or similar substance as a result of disease etc.
of light: thin and palewateryEnglishadjTearful.
of light: thin and palewateryEnglishadjContaining many bodies of water.
of or pertaining to a lenslenticularEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a lens.
of or pertaining to a lenslenticularEnglishadjShaped like a biconvex lens.
of or pertaining to a lenslenticularEnglishadjRelating to a lenticular image.
of or pertaining to a lenslenticularEnglishnounEllipsis of lenticular image.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
of or pertaining to a lenslenticularEnglishnounEllipsis of lenticular galaxy.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
of or relating to German sociologist and political economist Max WeberWeberianEnglishadjOf or relating to Max Weber (1864–1920), influential German sociologist and political economist.human-sciences sciences social-science sociology
of or relating to German sociologist and political economist Max WeberWeberianEnglishadjOf or relating to Ernst Heinrich Weber (1795-1878), a German anatomist and biologist.anatomy medicine sciences
of pronunciation in which the tongue blade approaches/touches the back of the alveolar ridgeretroflexEnglishadjBent or curved backwards.
of pronunciation in which the tongue blade approaches/touches the back of the alveolar ridgeretroflexEnglishadjOf pronunciation in which the tip of the tongue is raised and bent backwards, so that the underside of the tongue approaches or touches the palate.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
of pronunciation in which the tongue blade approaches/touches the back of the alveolar ridgeretroflexEnglishadjOf pronunciation in which the tip of the tongue approaches or touches the back of the alveolar ridge.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
of pronunciation in which the tongue blade approaches/touches the back of the alveolar ridgeretroflexEnglishadjOf pronunciation in which the blade of the tongue approaches or touches the back of the alveolar ridge.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
of pronunciation in which the tongue blade approaches/touches the back of the alveolar ridgeretroflexEnglishadjOf any of the aforementioned pronunciations.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
of pronunciation in which the tongue blade approaches/touches the back of the alveolar ridgeretroflexEnglishnounA consonant pronounced with the underside of the tongue approaching or touching the palate.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
of pronunciation in which the tongue blade approaches/touches the back of the alveolar ridgeretroflexEnglishnounA consonant pronounced with the tip of the tongue approaching or touching the back of the alveolar ridge.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
of pronunciation in which the tongue blade approaches/touches the back of the alveolar ridgeretroflexEnglishnounA consonant pronounced with the blade of the tongue approaching or touching the back of the alveolar ridge.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
of pronunciation in which the tongue blade approaches/touches the back of the alveolar ridgeretroflexEnglishnounAny of the aforementioned consonants.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
of whichdontFrenchpronof/from whom/which, whosefeminine masculine
of whichdontFrenchpronby whichfeminine masculine sometimes
of whichdontFrenchpronDenotes a part of a set, may be translated as "including" or such as in some situations.feminine masculine
of wind: to shift in a clockwise directionveerEnglishverbTo let out (a sail-line), to allow (a sheet) to run out.nautical transportobsolete
of wind: to shift in a clockwise directionveerEnglishnounA turn or swerve; an instance of veering.
of wind: to shift in a clockwise directionveerEnglishverbTo change direction or course suddenly; to swerve.intransitive
of wind: to shift in a clockwise directionveerEnglishverbTo shift in a clockwise direction (if in the Northern Hemisphere, or in a counterclockwise direction if in the Southern Hemisphere).intransitive of the wind
of wind: to shift in a clockwise directionveerEnglishverbTo shift aft.nautical transportintransitive of the wind
of wind: to shift in a clockwise directionveerEnglishverbTo change direction into the wind; to wear ship.nautical transportintransitive
of wind: to shift in a clockwise directionveerEnglishverbTo turn.transitive
offensive: Jewish personkikeEnglishnounA Jew.US ethnic offensive slur
offensive: Jewish personkikeEnglishnounA miser; a contemptible, stingy person, particularly a well-endowed one.US offensive
offensive: Jewish personkikeEnglishverbTo render something more Jewish.offensive transitive uncommon
offensive: Jewish personkikeEnglishverbTo haggle or swindle in order to obtain a better deal from.offensive transitive uncommon
one who repents of sinpenitentEnglishadjFeeling pain or sorrow on account of one's sins or offenses; feeling sincere guilt.
one who repents of sinpenitentEnglishadjDoing penance.
one who repents of sinpenitentEnglishnounOne who repents of sin; one sorrowful on account of their transgressions.
one who repents of sinpenitentEnglishnounOne under church censure, but admitted to penance; one undergoing penance.
one who repents of sinpenitentEnglishnounOne under the direction of a confessor.
one who teachestutorEnglishnounOne who teaches another (usually called a student, learner, or tutee) in a one-on-one or small-group interaction.
one who teachestutorEnglishnounA university officer responsible for students in a particular hall.UK
one who teachestutorEnglishnounA homeroomUK
one who teachestutorEnglishnounOne who has the charge of a child or pupil and his estate; a guardian.lawQuebec obsolete
one who teachestutorEnglishverbTo instruct or teach, especially an individual or small group.transitive
one who teachestutorEnglishverbTo treat with authority or sternness.archaic transitive
one who teachestutorEnglishnounA card that allows one to search one's deck for one or more other cards.
one who teachestutorEnglishverbTo fetch a card from one's deck.
organic compounds such as sugar, starch or cellulosecarbohydrateEnglishnounA sugar, starch, or cellulose that is a food source of energy for an animal or plant.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
organic compounds such as sugar, starch or cellulosecarbohydrateEnglishnounAny food rich in starch or other carbohydrates.broadly colloquial metonymically
outhousebacksideEnglishnounThe back side of anything, the part opposite its front / The back side of an estate: the backyard and outbuildings behind a main house, especially (UK dialect, euphemistic) an outhouse.
outhousebacksideEnglishnounThe back side of anything, the part opposite its front / A person's buttocks.euphemistic
outhousebacksideEnglishnounThe back side of anything, the part opposite its front / The back side of a page: a verso.obsolete
outhousebacksideEnglishnounThe reverse or opposite of anything.figuratively
outhousebacksideEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see back, side.
outhousebacksideEnglishadjApproaching an obstacle backwardnot-comparable
outhousebacksideEnglishadjUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see back, side.not-comparable
part of the beardwhiskerEnglishnounThat part of the beard which grows upon the sides of the face, usually of the male, or upon the chin, or upon both.
part of the beardwhiskerEnglishnounA hair of the beard.
part of the beardwhiskerEnglishnounOne of the long, projecting hairs growing at the sides of the mouth of a cat, or other animal.
part of the beardwhiskerEnglishnounThe (very small) distance between two things.colloquial
part of the beardwhiskerEnglishnounSpreaders from the bows to spread the bowsprit shrouds.nautical transport
part of the beardwhiskerEnglishnounA graphic element that shows the maxima and minima in a box plot.mathematics sciences statistics
part of the beardwhiskerEnglishnounOne who, or that which, whisks, or moves with a quick, sweeping motion.
part of the beardwhiskerEnglishnounA small tendril that forms on metal.engineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciences
pedestrian crossingzebraDutchnounA zebra, a black-and-white striped equid of the genus Equus; Equus zebra, Equus quagga or Equus grevyi.masculine
pedestrian crossingzebraDutchnounA zebra crossing, a pedestrian crossing.masculine
person cryingT`lowbar`TTranslingualsymbolAn emoticon representing a crying face.
person cryingT`lowbar`TTranslingualsymbolAn emoticon representing an annoyed or judgmental face.
person who writes polemicspolemicistEnglishnounA person who writes polemics.
person who writes polemicspolemicistEnglishnounA person who puts forward controversial views.
pertaining to EuropeEuro-EnglishprefixPertaining to Europe, especially as a political entity.morpheme
pertaining to EuropeEuro-EnglishprefixPertaining to the European Union.morpheme
pertaining to EuropeEuro-EnglishprefixDenominated in a currency other than that of the country in which it is issued.business financemorpheme of a financial instrument
pertaining to the number of sellers in a market-polyEnglishsuffixPertaining to the number of sellers in a market.economics science sciencesmorpheme
pertaining to the number of sellers in a market-polyEnglishsuffixPertaining to a derivative of the board game Monopoly.morpheme
poetic figure of speechsynizesisEnglishnounA poetic figure of speech in which two consecutive vowel sounds in the same word are pronounced as a single phoneme so that certain words adhere to a particular poetic meter.communications journalism literature media poetry publishing writingcountable uncountable
poetic figure of speechsynizesisEnglishnounThe pronunciation of two separate vowels as a single one.human-sciences linguistics phonology prosody sciencescountable uncountable
poetic figure of speechsynizesisEnglishnounAn obliteration of the pupil of the eye.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
poetic figure of speechsynizesisEnglishnounDense clumping of chromosomes on one side of the nucleus, sometimes occurring prior to cell division.biology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
polite gesture or remarkcourtesyEnglishnounPolite behavior.uncountable
polite gesture or remarkcourtesyEnglishnounA polite gesture or remark, especially as opposed to an obligation or standard practice.countable
polite gesture or remarkcourtesyEnglishnounConsent or agreement in spite of fact; indulgence.uncountable
polite gesture or remarkcourtesyEnglishnounWillingness or generosity in providing something needed.uncountable
polite gesture or remarkcourtesyEnglishnounA curtsey.countable uncountable
polite gesture or remarkcourtesyEnglishnounThe life interest that the surviving husband has in the real or heritable estate of his wife.lawcountable uncountable
polite gesture or remarkcourtesyEnglishverbAlternative form of curtseyalt-of alternative
polite gesture or remarkcourtesyEnglishadjGiven or done as a polite gesture.not-comparable
polite gesture or remarkcourtesyEnglishadjSupplied free of charge.not-comparable
pressure mentallyurgeEnglishnounA strong desire; an itch to do something.
pressure mentallyurgeEnglishverbTo press; to push; to drive; to impel; to force onward.transitive
pressure mentallyurgeEnglishverbTo put mental pressure on; to ply with motives, arguments, persuasion, or importunity.transitive
pressure mentallyurgeEnglishverbTo provoke; to exasperate.transitive
pressure mentallyurgeEnglishverbTo press hard upon; to follow closely.transitive
pressure mentallyurgeEnglishverbTo present in an urgent manner; to insist upon.transitive
pressure mentallyurgeEnglishverbTo treat with forcible means; to take severe or violent measures with.obsolete transitive
pressure mentallyurgeEnglishverbTo press onward or forward.transitive
pressure mentallyurgeEnglishverbTo be pressing in argument; to insist; to persist.transitive
proceeding with regard to proceduremethodicalEnglishadjIn an organized manner; proceeding with regard to method; systematic.
proceeding with regard to proceduremethodicalEnglishadjArranged with regard to method; disposed in a suitable manner, or in a manner to illustrate a subject, or to facilitate practical observation.
process of working with a needleneedleworkEnglishnounThe art or process of working with a needle especially in embroidery or needlepoint.countable uncountable
process of working with a needleneedleworkEnglishnounThe product of such art or process.countable uncountable
process of working with a needleneedleworkEnglishnounThe occupation or employment of a person skilled in embroidery, needlepoint, etc.countable uncountable
programmierenProgrammGermannounprogram (set of structured ideas or activities; a list thereof)neuter strong
programmierenProgrammGermannounschedule; programming (whole of a station’s shows; their chronological order; a list thereof) / Ellipsis of Fernsehprogramm.; television stationbroadcasting media radio televisionabbreviation alt-of broadly dated ellipsis neuter strong
programmierenProgrammGermannounschedule; programming (whole of a station’s shows; their chronological order; a list thereof) / a single item of this schedule; a program; showbroadcasting media radio televisionbroadly neuter strong
programmierenProgrammGermannounprogramcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesneuter strong
prominence given to a syllable or words, whether in speech or in printingemphasisEnglishnounSpecial weight or forcefulness given to something considered important.countable uncountable
prominence given to a syllable or words, whether in speech or in printingemphasisEnglishnounSpecial attention or prominence given to something.countable uncountable
prominence given to a syllable or words, whether in speech or in printingemphasisEnglishnounProminence given to a syllable or words, by raising the voice or printing in italic or underlined type.countable uncountable
prominence given to a syllable or words, whether in speech or in printingemphasisEnglishnounThe phonetic or phonological feature that distinguishes emphatic consonants from other consonants.human-sciences linguistics phonology sciencescountable uncountable
prominence given to a syllable or words, whether in speech or in printingemphasisEnglishnounThe use of boldface, italics, or other such formatting to highlight text.media publishing typographycountable uncountable
quality of being grotesquegrotesquerieEnglishnounThe quality of being grotesque or macabre.countable uncountable
quality of being grotesquegrotesquerieEnglishnounA genre of horror literature that was popular in the early 20th century, and practiced by writers such as Ambrose Bierce and Fritz Leiber.literature media publishingcountable uncountable
quality of being resonantringingEnglishnounThe sound of something that rings.countable uncountable
quality of being resonantringingEnglishnounThe quality of being resonant.countable uncountable
quality of being resonantringingEnglishnounA technique used in the study of wild birds, by attaching a small, individually numbered, metal or plastic tag to their legs or wings.countable uncountable
quality of being resonantringingEnglishnounThe theft of cars and illegally changing their identities for resale.countable uncountable
quality of being resonantringingEnglishadjLoud and clear.
quality of being resonantringingEnglishadjMade forcefully; powerful.
quality of being resonantringingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of ringform-of gerund participle present
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo cause to revolve by turning over and over; to move by turning on an axis; to impel forward by causing to turn over and over on a supporting surface.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo turn over and over.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo tumble in gymnastics; to do a somersault.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo wrap (something) round on itself; to form into a spherical or cylindrical body by causing to turn over and over.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo bind or involve by winding, as in a bandage; to enwrap; often with up.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo be wound or formed into a cylinder or ball.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo drive or impel forward with an easy motion, as of rolling.ergative
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo utter copiously, especially with sounding words; to utter with a deep sound; — often with forth, or out.ergative
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo press or level with a roller; to spread or form with a roll, roller, or rollers.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo spread itself under a roller or rolling-pin.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo move, or cause to be moved, upon, or by means of, rollers or small wheels.ergative
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo leave or begin a journey.Canada US colloquial intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo compete, especially with vigor.Canada US colloquial intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo beat with rapid, continuous strokes, as a drum; to sound a roll upon.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo apply (one line or surface) to another without slipping; to bring all the parts of (one line or surface) into successive contact with another, in such a manner that at every instant the parts that have been in contact are equal.geometry mathematics sciences
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo turn over in one's mind; to revolve.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo behave in a certain way; to adopt a general disposition toward a situation.US intransitive slang
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo throw dice.dice gamesintransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo roll dice such that they form a given pattern or total.dice gamestransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo create a new character in a role-playing game, especially by using dice to determine properties.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo generate a random number.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo rotate about the fore-and-aft axis, causing its sides to go up and down. Compare pitch.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transportintransitive of an aircraft or vessel
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo travel by sailing.in folk songs intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo beat up; to assault.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo cause to betray secrets or to testify for the prosecution.slang transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo betray secrets.intransitive slang
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo be under the influence of MDMA (a psychedelic stimulant, also known as ecstasy).intransitive slang
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo (cause to) film.intransitive of a camera transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo slip past (a defender) with the ball.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportstransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo have a rolling aspect.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo perform a periodical revolution; to move onward as with a revolution.figuratively intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo move, like waves or billows, with alternate swell and depression.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbto move and cause an effect on someonefiguratively intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo make a loud or heavy rumbling noise.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo utter with an alveolar trill.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo enrobe in toilet-paper (as a prank or spectacle).US transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo create a customized version of.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo engage in sparring in the context of jujitsu or other grappling disciplines.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports wartransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo load ocean freight cargo onto a vessel other than the one it was meant to sail on.economics science sciences shipping transportintransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe act or result of rolling, or state of being rolled.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA forward or backward roll in gymnastics; going head over heels. A tumble.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounSomething which rolls. / A heavy cylinder used to break clods.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounSomething which rolls. / One of a set of revolving cylinders, or rollers, between which metal is pressed, formed, or smoothed, as in a rolling mill.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA swagger or rolling gait.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA heavy, reverberatory sound.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe uniform beating of a drum with strokes so rapid as scarcely to be distinguished by the ear.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe oscillating movement of a nautical vessel as it rotates from side to side, about its fore-and-aft axis, causing its sides to go up and down, as distinguished from the alternate rise and fall of bow and stern called pitching; or the equivalent in an aircraft.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transport
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe measure or extent to which a vessel rotates from side to side, about its fore-and-aft axis.nautical transport
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe rotation angle about the longitudinal axis.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounAn instance of the act of rolling an aircraft through one or more complete rotations about its longitudinal axis.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe act of, or total resulting from, rolling one or more dice.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA winning streak of continuing luck, especially at gambling (and especially in the phrase on a roll).
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA training match for a fighting dog.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounAn instance of the act of righting a canoe or kayak which has capsized, without exiting the watercraft, or being assisted.US
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe skill of righting a canoe or kayak which has capsized, without exiting the watercraft, or being assisted.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounAny of various financial instruments or transactions that involve opposite positions at different expiries, "rolling" a position from one expiry to another.business finance
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThat which is rolled up.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA document written on a piece of parchment, paper, or other materials which may be rolled up; a scroll.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounAn official or public document; a register; a record.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA catalogue or list, (especially) one kept for official purposes.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical form.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA cylindrical twist of tobacco.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA kind of shortened raised biscuit or bread, often rolled or doubled upon itself; see also bread roll.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA part; an office; a duty; a role.obsolete
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA measure of parchments, containing five dozen.
ratioλόγοςGreeknounword (word of honour)
ratioλόγοςGreeknounspeech, language
ratioλόγοςGreeknounspeech, oration
ratioλόγοςGreeknounratiomathematics sciences
ratioλόγοςGreeknounreason, causation
readiness to forgiveforgivenessEnglishnounThe action of forgiving.uncountable usually
readiness to forgiveforgivenessEnglishnounReadiness to forgive.uncountable usually
ready-madeoff-the-pegEnglishadjready-made in a range of standard sizes (not tailor-made)UK not-comparable of clothing
ready-madeoff-the-pegEnglishadjready-made (of non-clothing items)figuratively not-comparable
reform改制Chineseverbto make changes to a political or economic system; to reform
reform改制Chineseverbto refit; to remodel; to reequip
regionSomalilandEnglishnameA region of East Africa that comprises Somalia, Djibouti, and parts of Ethiopia.
regionSomalilandEnglishnameAn unrecognized state in East Africa, de-facto independent of Somalia; formerly the Somali Coast Protectorate.
relating to MycenaeMycenaeanEnglishadjOf or relating to ancient Mycenae or its inhabitants.not-comparable
relating to MycenaeMycenaeanEnglishadjOf or relating to the early Greek civilization that spread its influence from Mycenae to many parts of the Mediterranean region and Central Europe from about 2800 to 1100 B.C.E., divided into three periods: Early Helladic (c. 2800–2000 B.C.E), Middle Helladic (c. 2000–1500 B.C.E), and Late Helladic (c. 1500–1100 B.C.E)not-comparable
relating to MycenaeMycenaeanEnglishadjOf or relating to the Ancient Greek dialect written in the Linear B syllabary.not-comparable
relating to MycenaeMycenaeanEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Mycenae.
relating to MycenaeMycenaeanEnglishnameMycenaean Greek
relating to a symptomsymptomaticEnglishadjShowing symptoms.medicine sciences
relating to a symptomsymptomaticEnglishadjConstituting a symptom or indication; characteristic, indicative.broadly
relating to a symptomsymptomaticEnglishadjOf a treatment, that only affects the symptoms of a disease without targeting the underlying cause.medicine sciences
relating to a symptomsymptomaticEnglishadjRelating to symptomatics.medicine sciences
relating to a symptomsymptomaticEnglishnounA person exhibiting the symptoms of an illness.
relating to hydropathyhydropathicEnglishadjRelating to hydropathy
relating to hydropathyhydropathicEnglishadjRelating to hydropathicitychemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
relating to hydropathyhydropathicEnglishnounA temperance hotel offering hydropathy to guests.
remote or undeveloped areahinterlandEnglishnounThe land immediately next to, and inland from, a coast.countable uncountable
remote or undeveloped areahinterlandEnglishnounThe rural territory surrounding an urban area, especially a port.countable uncountable
remote or undeveloped areahinterlandEnglishnounA remote or undeveloped area, a backwater.countable uncountable
remote or undeveloped areahinterlandEnglishnounThat which is unknown or unexplored about someone.countable figuratively uncountable
remote or undeveloped areahinterlandEnglishnounAnything vague or ill-defined, especially something that is ill understood.countable figuratively uncountable
resembling-assEnglishsuffixUsed to intensify an adjective.Canada US morpheme slang vulgar
resembling-assEnglishsuffixUsed to convert an adjective into a noun for a person who has that trait.Canada US morpheme slang vulgar
resembling-assEnglishsuffixResembling.Canada US morpheme slang vulgar
seasonal appearancewinter coatEnglishnounA warm coat, often an overcoat, fit to be worn in winter
seasonal appearancewinter coatEnglishnounAn animal's seasonal appearance in winter, notably thicker and/or otherwise camouflaged plumage or fur after (often autumnal) moultingbiology natural-sciences zoology
section of the real lineintervalEnglishnounA distance in space.
section of the real lineintervalEnglishnounA period of time.
section of the real lineintervalEnglishnounThe difference (a ratio or logarithmic measure) in pitch between two notes, often referring to those two pitches themselves (otherwise known as a dyad).entertainment lifestyle music
section of the real lineintervalEnglishnounA connected section of the real line which may be empty or have a length of zero.mathematics sciences
section of the real lineintervalEnglishnounAn intermission.Britain
section of the real lineintervalEnglishnounhalf time, a scheduled intermission between the periods of playhobbies lifestyle sports
section of the real lineintervalEnglishnounEither of the two breaks, at lunch and tea, between the three sessions of a day's playball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
seeσάλοςGreeknounstrong movement of the seanautical transport
seeσάλοςGreeknoununrestbroadly
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA heavy, pliable, inelastic metal element, having a bright, bluish color, but easily tarnished; both malleable and ductile, though with little tenacity. It is easily fusible, forms alloys with other metals, and is an ingredient of solder and type metal. Atomic number 82, symbol Pb (from Latin plumbum).uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA plummet or mass of lead attached to a line, used in sounding depth at sea or (dated) to estimate velocity in knots.nautical transportcountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA thin strip of type metal, used to separate lines of type in printing.countable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounVertical space in advance of a row or between rows of text. Also known as leading.media publishing typographyuncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounSheets or plates of lead used as a covering for roofs.countable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA roof covered with lead sheets or terne plates.countable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA thin cylinder of graphite used in pencils.countable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounbullets; ammunition.countable slang uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounX-ray protective clothing lined with lead.medicine sciencescountable in-plural uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo cover, fill, or affect with lead.transitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo place leads between the lines of.media printing publishinghistorical transitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo guide or conduct. / To guide or conduct with the hand, or by means of some physical contact connection.headingtransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo guide or conduct. / To guide or conduct in a certain course, or to a certain place or end, by making the way known; to show the way, especially by going with or going in advance of, to lead a pupil; to guide somebody somewhere or to bring somebody somewhere by means of instructions.headingtransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo guide or conduct. / To direct; to counsel; to instructheadingfiguratively transitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo guide or conduct. / To conduct or direct with authority; to have direction or charge of; to command, especially a military or business unit.headingtransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo guide or conduct. / To guide or conduct oneself in, through, or along (a certain course); hence, to proceed in the way of; to follow the path or course of; to pass; to spend. Also, to cause (one) to proceed or follow in (a certain course).headingtransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo guide or conduct, as by accompanying, going before, showing, influencing, directing with authority, etc.; to have precedence or preeminence; to be first or chief; — used in most of the senses of the transitive verb.intransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo begin, to be ahead. / To go or to be in advance of; to precede; hence, to be foremost or chief among.headingtransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo begin, to be ahead. / To lead off or out, to go first; to begin.headingintransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo begin, to be ahead. / To be more advanced in technology or business than others.headingintransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo begin, to be ahead. / To begin a game, round, or trick, withcard-games dominoes games heading hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo begin, to be ahead. / To be ahead of others, e.g., in a race.heading hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo begin, to be ahead. / To have the highest interim score in a game.heading hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo begin, to be ahead. / To step off base and move towards the next base.ball-games baseball games heading hobbies lifestyle sports
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo begin, to be ahead. / To aim in front of a moving target, in order that the shot may hit the target as it passes.heading hobbies lifestyle sports
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo begin, to be ahead. / Lead climb.climbing heading hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo draw or direct by influence, whether good or bad; to prevail on; to induce; to entice; to alluretransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo tend or reach in a certain direction, or to a certain place.intransitive
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo produce (with to).
separator line in printleadEnglishverbMisspelling of led.alt-of misspelling
separator line in printleadEnglishverbTo live or experience (a particular way of life).transitive
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe act of leading or conducting; guidance; direction, coursecountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounPrecedence; advance position; also, the measure of precedence; the state of being ahead in a race; the highest score in a game in an incomplete game.countable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounAn insulated metallic wire for electrical devices and equipment.UK countable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe situation where a runner steps away from a base while waiting for the pitch to be thrown.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe act or right of playing first in a game or round; the card suit, or piece, so playedcard-games dominoes gamesuncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe main role in a play or film; the lead role.acting broadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theatercountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe actor who plays the main role; lead actor.acting broadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theatercountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe person in charge of a project or a work shift etc.businesscountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA channel of open water in an ice field.countable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA lode.business miningcountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe course of a rope from end to end.nautical transportcountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA rope, leather strap, or similar device with which to lead an animal; a leashcountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounIn a steam engine, the width of port opening which is uncovered by the valve, for the admission or release of steam, at the instant when the piston is at end of its stroke.countable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe distance of haul, as from a cutting to an embankment.civil-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe action of a tooth, such as a tooth of a wheel, in impelling another tooth or a pallet.hobbies horology lifestylecountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounHypothesis that has not been pursuedcountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounInformation obtained by a detective or police officer that allows him or her to discover further details about a crime or incident.countable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounPotential opportunity for a sale or transaction, a potential customer.business marketingcountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounInformation obtained by a news reporter about an issue or subject that allows him or her to discover more details.countable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe player who throws the first two rocks for a team.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA teaser; a lead-in; the start of a newspaper column, telling who, what, when, where, why and how. (Sometimes spelled as lede for this usage to avoid ambiguity.)journalism media newspaperscountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounAn important news story that appears on the front page of a newspaper or at the beginning of a news broadcastcountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe axial distance a screw thread travels in one revolution. It is equal to the pitch times the number of starts.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounIn a barbershop quartet, the person who sings the melody, usually the second tenorentertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe announcement by one voice part of a theme to be repeated by the other parts.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounA mark or a short passage in one voice part, as of a canon, serving as a cue for the entrance of others.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe excess above a right angle in the angle between two consecutive cranks, as of a compound engine, on the same shaft.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe angle between the line joining the brushes of a continuous-current dynamo and the diameter symmetrical between the poles.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishnounThe advance of the current phase in an alternating circuit beyond that of the electromotive force producing it.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
separator line in printleadEnglishadjForemost.not-comparable
separator line in printleadEnglishadjMain, principal, primary, first, chief, foremost.not-comparable
separator line in printleadEnglishverbMisspelling of led.alt-of misspelling
serving as compensationcompensatoryEnglishadjIntended to recompense someone who has experienced loss, suffering, or injurynot-comparable of a payment
serving as compensationcompensatoryEnglishadjReducing or offsetting the unpleasant or unwelcome effects of somethingnot-comparable
serving as compensationcompensatoryEnglishadjThat compensates for a deleterious mutationbiology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
ship workerrummagerEnglishnounOne who rummages.
ship workerrummagerEnglishnounA worker in charge of stowing cargo on a ship.obsolete
shoddy workslarvNorwegian BokmålnounA person with a careless appearance, bad character, reckless, loosemouthedmasculine
shoddy workslarvNorwegian BokmålnounTo do shoddy work.neuter
shoddy workslarvNorwegian BokmålnounSpreading lies and rumours; gossiping.neuter
short period of an activity done in excessbingeEnglishnounA short period of excessive consumption, especially of food, alcohol, narcotics, etc.
short period of an activity done in excessbingeEnglishnounA compressed period of an activity done in excess, such as watching a television show.broadly
short period of an activity done in excessbingeEnglishverbTo engage in a short period of excessive consumption, especially of excessive alcohol consumption.
shorteningmotivaatiovemppaFinnishnounmalingering (Acquiring an exemption from physical education for falsified reasons of health, i.e. by feigning sick.)government military politics warslang
shorteningmotivaatiovemppaFinnishnounmalingerer (A conscript who does so.)government military politics warslang
size尺寸Chinesenounsize (typically of clothes); dimensions (of an object); measurement; fitting
size尺寸Chinesenounstandard; yardstick
size尺寸Chinesenounsense of propriety; proper limits (of decorum, speech, behaviour, etc.)
size尺寸Chinesenounsmall amountliterary
slang: drunkwavyEnglishadjrising or swelling in waves.
slang: drunkwavyEnglishadjFull of waves.
slang: drunkwavyEnglishadjMoving to and fro; undulating.
slang: drunkwavyEnglishadjHaving wave-like shapes on its border or surface; waved.
slang: drunkwavyEnglishadjMoving up and down relative to the surface; undulate.biology botany natural-sciencesof a margin
slang: drunkwavyEnglishadjUndé, in a wavy line; applied to ordinaries, or division lines, especially to symbolize a river.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
slang: drunkwavyEnglishadjDrunk.slang
slang: drunkwavyEnglishnounAlternative form of wavey (goose).alt-of alternative dated possibly
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishnounA small, open, wheeled vehicle, drawn or pushed by a person or animal, more often used for transporting goods than passengers.
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishnounA small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go-cart.
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishnounA shopping cart.Internet
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishverbTo carry or convey in a cart.transitive
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishverbTo carry goods.informal transitive
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishverbTo remove, especially involuntarily or for disposal.transitive
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishverbTo expose in a cart by way of punishment.obsolete transitive
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishnounA tape cartridge used for pre-recorded material such as jingles and advertisements.broadcasting media radioinformal
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishnounA cartridge for a computer or video game system.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences video-gamesinformal
small motor vehicle resembling a car; a go cartcartEnglishnounA cartridge containing cannabis oil used in vape pens.slang
small reflecting disk on a vehiclereflectorEnglishnounSomething which reflects heat, light or sound, especially something having a reflecting surface.
small reflecting disk on a vehiclereflectorEnglishnounA reflecting telescope.
small reflecting disk on a vehiclereflectorEnglishnounA small, often red, reflecting disk on the rear of a vehicle or bicycle that reflects the headlights of other vehicles.
small reflecting disk on a vehiclereflectorEnglishnounA safety reflector.
small reflecting disk on a vehiclereflectorEnglishnounOne who reflects on something; one who thinks or considers at length.
small reflecting disk on a vehiclereflectorEnglishnounA pattern which can change the direction and/or offset of an oncoming spaceship without being destroyed.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
small vesselbarqueEnglishnounA sailing vessel of three or more masts, with all masts but the sternmost square-rigged, the sternmost being fore-and-aft-rigged
small vesselbarqueEnglishnounAny small sailing vessel.archaic
small vesselbarqueEnglishnounA sailing vessel or boat of any kind.poetic
son of no onenullius filiusEnglishnounA child of unknown parentage; an orphan.Latinate
son of no onenullius filiusEnglishnounThe son of no one; a bastard.law
spectacle, sightвидовищеUkrainiannounsight (something worth seeing; a spectacle, either good or bad)
spectacle, sightвидовищеUkrainiannounspectacle (exciting or extraordinary scene, exhibition, performance etc,)
spectacle, sightвидовищеUkrainiannounshow, performance
stamp featuring a vignette of local scenery or culturepictorialEnglishadjOf, relating to, composed of, or illustrated by pictures.
stamp featuring a vignette of local scenery or culturepictorialEnglishadjDescribed or otherwise represented as if in a picture; graphic or vivid.
stamp featuring a vignette of local scenery or culturepictorialEnglishadjStylistically similar to a painting, especially following the conventions of pictorialism.
stamp featuring a vignette of local scenery or culturepictorialEnglishnounA newspaper or magazine with many pictures, or section thereof.
stamp featuring a vignette of local scenery or culturepictorialEnglishnounAn article primarily featuring many photographs, or simply a collection of photographs.
stamp featuring a vignette of local scenery or culturepictorialEnglishnounA stamp featuring a vignette of local scenery or culture.hobbies lifestyle philately
state of being associated with a partnerpartnershipEnglishnounThe state of being associated with a partner.countable uncountable
state of being associated with a partnerpartnershipEnglishnounAn association of two or more people to conduct a businesscountable uncountable
state of being associated with a partnerpartnershipEnglishnounThe period when two specific batsmen are batting, from the fall of one wicket until the fall of the next; the number of runs scored during this period,ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
state of having sufficient means for a comfortable livelihoodindependenceEnglishnounThe quality or state of being independent; lack of dependence; the state of not being reliant on, or controlled by, others.countable uncountable
state of having sufficient means for a comfortable livelihoodindependenceEnglishnounThe state of having sufficient means for a comfortable livelihood.countable uncountable
sthg. in undeveloped formrudimentEnglishnounA fundamental principle or skill, especially in a field of learning.in-plural often
sthg. in undeveloped formrudimentEnglishnounA form that lacks full or complex development.in-plural often
sthg. in undeveloped formrudimentEnglishnounA body part that no longer has a functionbiology natural-sciences
sthg. in undeveloped formrudimentEnglishnounIn percussion, one of a selection of basic drum patterns learned as an exercise.entertainment lifestyle music
sthg. in undeveloped formrudimentEnglishverbTo ground; to settle in first principles.transitive
strategy and tactics employed when in position to scoreoffenseEnglishnounThe act of offending. / A crime or sin.US countable uncountable
strategy and tactics employed when in position to scoreoffenseEnglishnounThe act of offending. / An affront, injury, or insult.US countable uncountable
strategy and tactics employed when in position to scoreoffenseEnglishnounThe state of being offended or displeased; anger; displeasure.US countable uncountable
strategy and tactics employed when in position to scoreoffenseEnglishnounA strategy and tactics employed when in position to score; contrasted with defense.US countable uncountable
strategy and tactics employed when in position to scoreoffenseEnglishnounThe portion of a team dedicated to scoring when in position to do so; contrasted with defense.US countable uncountable
strong in tastetuimaFinnishadjsevere, vigorous, fierceof powers of nature
strong in tastetuimaFinnishadjstern, somber, severe, grim (grim and forbidding in appearance)
strong in tastetuimaFinnishadjspicy, sharp, pungent, excessively salty (having a strong taste)of food
strong in tastetuimaFinnishadjbland, saltless, lacking saltof food
suddennessabruptnessEnglishnounThe state of being abrupt or brokenuncountable usually
suddennessabruptnessEnglishnounSuddenness; unceremonious haste or vehemence.uncountable usually
surnameWagnerEnglishnameA surname from German.
surnameWagnerEnglishnameEllipsis of Richard Wagner, German composer (1813–1883).abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
surnameWagnerEnglishnameEllipsis of Wagner Group, a private military group loyal to Russia.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
surround; coverengulfEnglishverbTo overwhelm.transitive
surround; coverengulfEnglishverbTo surround; to cover; to submerge.transitive
surround; coverengulfEnglishverbTo cast into a gulf.transitive
that kills cestodescestocidalEnglishadjRelating to cestocidesnot-comparable
that kills cestodescestocidalEnglishadjThat kills cestodesnot-comparable
that kills cestodescestocidalEnglishnouncestocide
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo recite numbers in sequence.intransitive
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo determine the number of (objects in a group).transitive
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo amount to, to number in total.intransitive
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo be of significance; to matter.intransitive
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo be an example of something: often followed by as and an indefinite noun.intransitive
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo consider something as an example of something or as having some quality; to account, to regard as.transitive
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo reckon in, to include in consideration.transitive
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo take account or note (of), to care (for).intransitive obsolete
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo recount, to tell.obsolete transitive
the act of countingcountEnglishverbTo plead orally; to argue a matter in court; to recite a count.lawUK intransitive obsolete
the act of countingcountEnglishnounThe act of counting or tallying a quantity.
the act of countingcountEnglishnounThe result of a tally that reveals the number of items in a set; a quantity counted.
the act of countingcountEnglishnounA countdown.
the act of countingcountEnglishnounA charge of misconduct brought in a legal proceeding.law
the act of countingcountEnglishnounThe number of balls and strikes, respectively, on a batter's in-progress plate appearance.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
the act of countingcountEnglishnounAn object of interest or account; value; estimation.obsolete
the act of countingcountEnglishadjCountable.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
the act of countingcountEnglishadjUsed to show the amount of like items in a package.business economics marketing science sciences shipping transportnot-comparable
the act of countingcountEnglishnounThe male ruler of a county.
the act of countingcountEnglishnounA nobleman holding a rank intermediate between dukes and barons.
the act of countingcountEnglishnounAny of various nymphalid butterflies of the genus Tanaecia. Other butterflies in this genus are called earls and viscounts.biology entomology natural-sciences
the administration of a societygovernmentEnglishnounThe body with the power to make and/or enforce laws to control a country, land area, people or organization.countable uncountable
the administration of a societygovernmentEnglishnounThe relationship between a word and its dependents.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
the administration of a societygovernmentEnglishnounThe state and its administration viewed as the ruling political power.countable uncountable
the administration of a societygovernmentEnglishnounThe management or control of a system.uncountable
the administration of a societygovernmentEnglishnounThe tenure of a chief of state.countable uncountable
the condition of being amphiphilicamphiphilicityEnglishnounThe condition of being amphiphilicuncountable
the condition of being amphiphilicamphiphilicityEnglishnounThe extent to which something is amphiphiliccountable
the finding out of a constituent, a signal, an agent or the likedetectionEnglishnounThe act or process of detecting, uncovering, or finding out, the discovery of something new, hidden, or disguised.countable uncountable
the finding out of a constituent, a signal, an agent or the likedetectionEnglishnounSynonym of accusation, the exposure of concealed information about a crime or heresy.countable obsolete uncountable
the finding out of a constituent, a signal, an agent or the likedetectionEnglishnounThe act or process of finding or detecting an electrical signal in a carrier wave.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
the philosophic doctrine, opposing materialismspiritualismEnglishnounA doctrine, opposing materialism, that claims transcendency of the divine being, the altogether spiritual character of reality and the value of inwardness of consciousness.human-sciences philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
the philosophic doctrine, opposing materialismspiritualismEnglishnounA belief that the dead communicate with the living, especially through a medium. Used in a broader sense than spiritism/Kardecism.countable uncountable
the philosophic doctrine, opposing materialismspiritualismEnglishnounThe quality or state of being spiritual.countable uncountable
the state of being rottedputrefactionEnglishnounThe act of causing to rot; the anaerobic splitting of proteins by bacteria and fungi with the formation of malodorous, incompletely oxidized products.countable uncountable
the state of being rottedputrefactionEnglishnounRotten material.countable uncountable
the state of being rottedputrefactionEnglishnounThe state of being rotten.countable uncountable
the townBindslevEnglishnameA surname.
the townBindslevEnglishnameA small town in Vendsyssel, Northern Jutland, Denmark.
the work of the joinerjoineryEnglishnounA factory producing wooden products such as tables, doors, and cabinets.countable uncountable
the work of the joinerjoineryEnglishnounThe work of the joiner.countable uncountable
this afternoontantôtFrenchadvsoon, shortly (used with the present tense)
this afternoontantôtFrenchadvsometimes (when doubled or multipled, suggesting contrasting possibilities each as likely to happen or happening as frequently as the others)
this afternoontantôtFrenchadvthis afternoon
this afternoontantôtFrenchadvwithin a short time of now, either earlier or laterBelgium Normandy
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see run, up.
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo run (towards someone or something); to hasten to a destination.
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo approach (an event or point in time).with to
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo take to a destination or before an authority.transitive
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo erect hastily, as a building.
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo make something, usually an item of clothing, very quickly.idiomatic transitive
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo bring (a flag) to the top of its flag pole.idiomatic transitive
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo string up; to hang.transitive
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbOf a bowler, to run, or walk up to the bowling crease in order to bowl a ball.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo rise; to swell; to grow; to increase.intransitive transitive
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo accumulate (a debt).idiomatic
to accumulaterun upEnglishverbTo thrust up, as anything long and slender.
to accumulaterun upEnglishnounAlternative form of run-upalt-of alternative
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjSituated toward or at the front of something.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjSituated toward or at the front of something. / Situated toward or near the enemy lines.of troops
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjActing in or pertaining to the direction in which someone or something is facing.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjActing in or pertaining to the direction of travel or movement.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjMoving in the desired direction of progress.figuratively
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjHaving the usual order or sequence.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjExpected or scheduled to take place in the future.business commerce finance
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjAdvanced beyond the usual degree; advanced for the season; precocious.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjWithout customary restraint or modesty; bold, cheeky, pert, presumptuous or pushy.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadjReady; prompt; ardently inclined; in a bad sense, eager or hasty.obsolete
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadvAt, near or towards the front of something.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadvAt, near or towards the front of something. / At, near, or towards the bow of a vessel (with the frame of reference within the vessel).nautical transport
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadvIn the direction in which someone or something is facing.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadvIn the desired or usual direction of movement or progress, physically or figuratively; onwards.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadvSo that front and back are in the usual orientation.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadvIn the usual order or sequence.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadvInto the future.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishadvTo an earlier point in time. See also bring forward.
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishverbTo advance, promote.transitive
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishverbTo send (a letter, email etc.) on to a third party.transitive
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishverbTo assemble (a book) by sewing sections, attaching cover boards, and so on.arts bookbinding crafts hobbies lifestyletransitive
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishnounOne of the eight players (comprising two props, one hooker, two locks, two flankers and one number eight, collectively known as the pack) whose primary task is to gain and maintain possession of the ball (compare back).ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sports
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishnounA player on a team in football (soccer) in the row nearest to the opposing team's goal, who are therefore principally responsible for scoring goals.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishnounAn umbrella term for a centre or winger in ice hockey.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sports
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishnounThe small forward or power forward position; two frontcourt positions that are taller than guards but shorter than centers.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sports
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishnounThe front part of a vessel.nautical transport
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishnounAn e-mail message that is forwarded to another recipient or recipients; an electronic chain letter.Internet
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishnounA direct agreement between two parties to buy or sell an asset at a specific point in the future; distinguished from a futures contract in that the latter is standardized and traded on an exchange.business finance
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishnounMisspelling of foreword (“preface or introduction”)..alt-of misspelling
to an earlier point in time (cf. "bring forward")forwardEnglishnounAgreement; covenant.dialectal obsolete
to assign an additional name to an entityaliasEnglishadvOtherwise; at another time; in other circumstances; otherwise called.not-comparable
to assign an additional name to an entityaliasEnglishadvUsed to connect the different names of a person who has gone by two or more, and whose true name is for any cause doubtfullawnot-comparable
to assign an additional name to an entityaliasEnglishnounAnother name; an assumed name.
to assign an additional name to an entityaliasEnglishnounA second or further writ which is issued after a first writ has expired without effect.law
to assign an additional name to an entityaliasEnglishnounAn abbreviation that replaces a string of commands and thereby reduces typing when performing routine actions or tasks.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
to assign an additional name to an entityaliasEnglishnounAn spurious signal generated as a technological artifact.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences signal-processing
to assign an additional name to an entityaliasEnglishverbTo assign an additional name to an entity, often a more user-friendly one.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
to assign an additional name to an entityaliasEnglishverbTo make or become indistinguishable.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences signal-processingintransitive of two signals transitive
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishadjFully developed; grown up in terms of physical appearance, behaviour or thinking; ripe.
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishadjBrought to a state of complete readiness.
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishadjProfound; careful.
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishadjCome to, or in a state of, completed suppuration.medicine sciencesobsolete
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishadjSuitable for adults only, due to sexual themes, violence, etc.broadcasting film media television
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishverbTo proceed toward maturity: full development or completion (either of concrete or of abstract things, e.g. plans, judgments, qualities).intransitive
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishverbTo attain maturity, to become mature or ripe.intransitive of food
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishverbTo bring (something) to maturity, full development, or completion.transitive
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishverbTo make (something, e.g. fruit) ripe or mature.transitive
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishverbTo proceed toward or become mature or full-grown, either physically or psychologically; to gain experience or wisdom with age.intransitive of a person
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishverbTo make (someone) mature.transitive
to become mature; to ripenmatureEnglishverbTo reach the date when payment is due.business financeintransitive
to become tightertightenEnglishverbTo make tighter.transitive
to become tightertightenEnglishverbTo become tighter.intransitive
to become tightertightenEnglishverbTo make money harder to borrow or obtain.economics science sciences
to become tightertightenEnglishverbTo raise short-term interest rates.economics science sciences
to bombard someone or something with missiles continuouslypeltEnglishnounThe skin of an animal with the hair or wool on; either a raw or undressed hide, or a skin preserved with the hair or wool on it (sometimes worn as a garment with minimal modification).
to bombard someone or something with missiles continuouslypeltEnglishnounThe skin of an animal (especially a goat or sheep) with the hair or wool removed, often in preparation for tanning.also figuratively
to bombard someone or something with missiles continuouslypeltEnglishnounThe fur or hair of a living animal.
to bombard someone or something with missiles continuouslypeltEnglishnounHuman skin, especially when bare; also, a person's hair.Ireland humorous informal
to bombard someone or something with missiles continuous