Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

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SensetextWordLanguagePart-of-speechGlossTopicsTags
-cideEnglishsuffixkillingmorpheme
-cideEnglishsuffixkillermorpheme
-dôLiguriansuffixUsed to form agent nounsmasculine morpheme
-dôLiguriansuffixIndicates a place where a specific action is carriedmasculine morpheme
-ogъProto-SlavicsuffixDenominal, forming attributive nouns.masculine morpheme reconstruction
-ogъProto-SlavicsuffixDeadjectival, forming attributive nouns.masculine morpheme reconstruction
-tórioPortuguesesuffix-ory (that causes or performs the suffixed action)morpheme
-tórioPortuguesesuffix-ory (that which pertains to, or serves for)masculine morpheme
AGIEnglishnounInitialism of artificial general intelligence.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
AGIEnglishnounInitialism of adjusted gross income.economics science sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
AGIEnglishnounInitialism of agility point.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
AGIEnglishnounInitialism of auxiliary gathering intelligence.espionage government military politics warabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
AGIEnglishnameInitialism of Adventure Game Interpreter, a game engine developed by Sierra On-Line.video-gamesabbreviation alt-of initialism
Alleghany CountyEnglishnameOne of 100 counties in North Carolina, United States. County seat: Sparta.
Alleghany CountyEnglishnameOne of 95 counties in Virginia, United States. County seat: Covington.
AnglophoneEnglishadjEnglish-speakingnot-comparable
AnglophoneEnglishnounOne who speaks English.
ArbëreshëAlbaniannounThe Arbëreshë; an Albanian ethnolinguistic group in Southern Italy who are the descendants of Tosk refugees that fled from Albania due to Ottoman invasion of the Balkans; they mostly inhabit villages in the regions of Apulia, Basilicata, Calabria, Campania, Molise and Sicily.
ArbëreshëAlbaniannounThe Arvanites; a population group in Greece who traditionally speak Arvanitika, a dialect of Albanian, and who settled in Greece during the late Middle Ages.
AtiliusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2
AtiliusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Aulus Atilius Calatinus, a Roman generaldeclension-2
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.
BardwellEnglishnameA placename: / A village in St Edmundsbury district, Suffolk, England (OS grid ref TL9473).countable uncountable
BardwellEnglishnameA placename: / A small city, the county seat of Carlisle County, Kentucky, United States.countable uncountable
BardwellEnglishnameA placename: / A small city in Ellis County, Texas, United States.countable uncountable
BardwellEnglishnameA placename: / An unincorporated community in Walworth County, Wisconsin, United States.countable uncountable
BardwellEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable uncountable
BeihaiEnglishnameA prefecture-level city in Guangxi, in southern China.
BeihaiEnglishnameA lake in Beijing, China.
BezrąkPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
BezrąkPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
BreiGermannounmash; mush; porridge; any semisolid foodmasculine strong
BreiGermannounmilk pudding with chewable pieces in it, such as rice pudding, semolina pudding, etc.masculine strong
CainEnglishnameThe son of Adam and Eve who killed his brother Abel.biblical lifestyle religion
CainEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.rare
CainEnglishnameA surname.
CommunistEnglishnounA member of a formally constituted Communist Party.
CommunistEnglishnounA proponent of the kind of communism formally espoused by such a party, typically either Marxism, or more commonly, Leninism or Maoism.
CommunistEnglishnounAny citizen of a country controlled by such a party, particularly Red Chinese and (historical) Soviets.
CommunistEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of communist, a proponent of the general philosophy of communism.alt-of proscribed sometimes
CommunistEnglishadjOf or relating to a formally constituted Communist Party.not-comparable
CommunistEnglishadjAlternative letter-case form of communist, of or related to the general philosophy of communism.alt-of not-comparable proscribed sometimes
CommunistEnglishadjAlternative letter-case form of communistic, embodying the ideals of communism.alt-of not-comparable proscribed sometimes
EdamerGermannounAn inhabitant of the Dutch town Edam.masculine strong
EdamerGermannounEdam cheesemasculine strong
FarnleyEnglishnameA suburb of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England (OS grid ref SE2532).countable uncountable
FarnleyEnglishnameA village and civil parish of Harrogate borough, North Yorkshire, England (OS grid ref SE2147).countable uncountable
FarnleyEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable uncountable
FearnEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
FearnEnglishnameA hamlet in Ross-shire, Highland council area, Scotland (OS grid ref NH8377).countable uncountable
FrancachIrishadjFrenchnot-comparable
FrancachIrishadjGallicnot-comparable
FrancachIrishadjin French manner, of French originnot-comparable
FrancachIrishadjforeign, exotic; largenot-comparable usually with lower-case initial
FrancachIrishnounFrenchmanmasculine
FrancachIrishnoun‘Frenchman’, French shipmasculine
FrancachIrishnounFrenchwomanfeminine
FrenchismEnglishnounA custom peculiar to France.
FrenchismEnglishnounA word, phrase or linguistic feature typical of French.
GabelGermannounforkfeminine
GabelGermannounpitchforkfeminine
GabelGermannounprongfeminine
GoogleFinnishnameGoogle (trademark)
GoogleFinnishnameGoogle (search engine)
GławendaPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
GławendaPolishnamea female surnamefeminine
HaddingtonEnglishnameA town, the administrative centre of East Lothian council area, Scotland (OS grid ref NT5173).
HaddingtonEnglishnameA historical county of Scotland, renamed East Lothian in 1921. Also known as Haddingtonshire.
HaddingtonEnglishnameA hamlet in North Kesteven district, Lincolnshire, England (OS grid ref SK9163).
HaddingtonEnglishnameA neighbourhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.
HaddingtonEnglishnamea Scottish earldom.
HeimchenGermannounhouse cricketneuter strong
HeimchenGermannounsubservient housewifederogatory figuratively neuter strong
HeimsuchungGermannounblow, stroke of fate, scourge (negative event, trouble)feminine
HeimsuchungGermannounvisitdated feminine
HeimsuchungGermannounvisitationlifestyle religionfeminine
HonoréFrenchnamea male given name from Latinmasculine
HonoréFrenchnamea surnamemasculine
InformationGermannouna piece of information; (in the plural) information, intelligence (things to be known about a topic)countable feminine
InformationGermannouninformation (the act of informing or the state of being informed)feminine uncountable
InformationGermannouninformation deskcountable feminine
JendzaPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
JendzaPolishnamea female surnamefeminine
JozuaLatviannamea very rare male given namedeclension-4 masculine
JozuaLatviannameJoshua (biblical character).declension-4 masculine
KiribatiEnglishnameA country consisting mostly of the Gilbert Islands archipelago, located in Micronesia in Oceania. Official name: Republic of Kiribati. Capital and largest city: South Tarawa.
KiribatiEnglishnameThe Micronesian language spoken in Kiribati.
KnightsEnglishnameA surname.
KnightsEnglishnameA former unincorporated community in Franklin County, Kentucky, United States.
KnightsEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Jasper County, Missouri, United States.
KnopfGermannounbutton (fastener)masculine strong
KnopfGermannounbutton (mechanical device)masculine strong
KnopfGermannounstud, knob, e.g. a doorknobmasculine strong
KnopfGermannouna simple knotAustria masculine strong
KnopfGermannamea surnamefeminine masculine proper-noun strong
MalayizationEnglishnounthe process of Malayizing
MalayizationEnglishnounthat which has been Malayized
MegijaLatviannamea female given namefeminine
MegijaLatviannameA respelling of the English female given name diminutive Maggie.feminine
MensurGermannounacademic fencing (fencing practiced by some student corporations)feminine
MensurGermannounmensur (measurement of the length of the vibrating string from the nut to the bridge)entertainment lifestyle musicfeminine
MensurGermannoungraduated cylinderchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesdated feminine
MinnesotaPolishnameMinnesota (a state of the United States)feminine
MinnesotaPolishnameMinnesota (a river in the United States)feminine
Mount HopeEnglishnameA hill in Bristol, Rhode Island, United States.
Mount HopeEnglishnameA place in Australia: / A small settlement in Cobar Shire, western New South Wales.
Mount HopeEnglishnameA place in Australia: / A small town in Lower Eyre Peninsula district council area, South Australia.
Mount HopeEnglishnameA place in Australia: / A hill (granite outcrop) in northern Victoria.
NintendoEnglishnameNintendo (Japanese company)video-games
NintendoEnglishnounA Nintendo Entertainment System, or other video game system made by Nintendo.video-games
NintendoEnglishnounAny video game console, especially by those not familiar with video games.video-gamesbroadly
NévilleFrenchnamea surname from Norman, an elliptical variant of de Néville, equivalent to English Neville
NévilleFrenchnamea placename / Neville (a commune of the Manche department, Normandy, France); former name of Néville-sur-Mer; ellipsis of Néville-sur-Mer.
NévilleFrenchnamea placename / Neville (a commune of the Seine-Maritime department, Normandy, France)
OEnglishcharacterThe fifteenth letter of the English alphabet, called o and written in the Latin script.letter uppercase
OEnglishnounSomething shaped like the letter O.
OEnglishnounA blood type that lacks A or B antigens and may only receive transfusions of similar type O blood, but may donate to all (neglecting Rh factor). Synonym: universal donor.uncountable
OEnglishnumThe ordinal number fifteenth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called o and written in the Latin script.alt-of number ordinal uppercase
OEnglishparticleThe vocative particle, used for direct address.
OEnglishprepAbbreviation of out, letter/sound sequence out.abbreviation alt-of
OEnglishnounAmerican Library Association abbreviation of octavo, a book size (20-25 cm).media printing publishingcountable uncountable
OEnglishnounSomeone associated with Leyton Orient Football Club, as a player, coach, supporter etc.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportscountable uncountable
OEnglishnounThe number of overs bowled.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
OEnglishnounOrgasm.countable slang uncountable
OEnglishnounOpium.slang uncountable
OEnglishadjAbbreviation of morally offensive. (film classification of the National Legion of Decency)abbreviation alt-of historical not-comparable
OEnglishadjAbbreviation of Orthodox.Judaism abbreviation alt-of not-comparable
OEnglishnameA surname from Korean.
OEnglishnameA surname from Mandarin Chinese.
OEnglishnameAlternative form of E (Ancient Chinese Kingdom)alt-of alternative
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A market town in Milton Keynes borough, Buckinghamshire, England (OS grid ref SP8851).countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A place in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Pickens County, Alabama.countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A place in the United States: / A city, the county seat of Richland County, Illinois.countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A place in the United States: / A census-designated place and unincorporated area of Montgomery County, Maryland.countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A place in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Lincoln County, Missouri.countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A place in the United States: / A census-designated place and unincorporated community in Flathead County, Montana.countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A place in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Coal County, Oklahoma.countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A place in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Clatsop County, Oregon.countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A place in the United States: / A neighbourhood in northern Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA placename: / A place in the United States: / A city in Young County, Texas.countable uncountable
OlneyEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable uncountable
PaukeGermannounkettledrum, timpanientertainment lifestyle musicfeminine
PaukeGermannounbass drum, any large low-pitched drum, especially as part of a marching bandfeminine
PaukeGermannounscoldingcolloquial feminine figuratively
RadfordEnglishnameA number of places in England: / An inner city area of Nottingham, Nottinghamshire (OS grid ref SK5540).countable uncountable
RadfordEnglishnameA number of places in England: / A hamlet in West Oxfordshire district, Oxfordshire (OS grid ref SP4023).countable uncountable
RadfordEnglishnameA number of places in England: / A hamlet in Bath and North East Somerset district, Somerset (OS grid ref ST6757).countable uncountable
RadfordEnglishnameA number of places in England: / A suburb of Coventry, West Midlands (OS grid ref SP3280).countable uncountable
RadfordEnglishnameA number of places in England: / A hamlet in Wychavon district, Worcestershire (OS grid ref SP0055).countable uncountable
RadfordEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Christian County, Illinois, United States.countable uncountable
RadfordEnglishnameAn independent city in Virginia, United States.countable uncountable
RadfordEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable uncountable
Sankta NikolaoEsperantonameSaint Nicholas, Nikolaos of Myra
Sankta NikolaoEsperantonameSinterklaas, who gives presents to good Dutch and Flemish children on Saint Nicholas Day, December 5 or 6.
SchamGermannounshame (uncomfortable feeling at one's own impropriety or at the exposure of something private; but not in the sense of disgrace or being dishonored, for which Schande)feminine no-plural
SchamGermannounbashfulness, prudishness, shamefacednessfeminine no-plural
SchamGermannounpubic region including the genitalsdated feminine no-plural
SchamGermannounvulvadated feminine no-plural
SkidooEnglishnounA snowmobile.
SkidooEnglishverbAlternative letter-case form of skidoo: To use a snowmachinealt-of
SopranGermannounsoprano (pitch)masculine strong
SopranGermannounsoprano (singer)masculine strong
SteifigkeitGermannounstiffnessfeminine
SteifigkeitGermannounrigidityfeminine
TENSEnglishnounInitialism of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
TENSEnglishnounAbbreviation of toxic epidermal necrolysis.medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of uncountable
TaiwanPortuguesenameTaiwan, Republic of China (a country in East Asia)masculine
TaiwanPortuguesenameTaiwan, Formosa (the main island of the Republic of China)masculine
TowerEnglishnameThe Tower of London, especially seen as a place of imprisonment or punishment.UK countable uncountable with 'the'
TowerEnglishnameA habitational surname.; Alternative form of Towerscountable
TowerEnglishnounDenoting the system of weights used by the Saxon and Norman English kings in their minting of coins.attributive from its later association with the English mint at the Tower of London
TrinitätGermannountrinity, triadfeminine
TrinitätGermannounTrinity (no plural, singular only)Christianityfeminine
VatiniusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2
VatiniusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Publius Vatinius, a Roman statesmandeclension-2
WestchesterEnglishnameA village in Colchester, New London County, Connecticut, United States.
WestchesterEnglishnameA census-designated place in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States.
WestchesterEnglishnameA village in Cook County, Illinois, United States.
WestchesterEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Jay County, Indiana, United States.
WestchesterEnglishnameA neighbourhood of Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, United States.
WewiorPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
WewiorPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
WhitfordEnglishnameA placename: / A village in Tiverton and Honiton district, Devon, England (OS grid ref SY2595).countable uncountable
WhitfordEnglishnameA placename: / A village in Flintshire, Wales (OS grid ref SJ1478).countable uncountable
WhitfordEnglishnameA placename: / An unincorporated community in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States.countable uncountable
WhitfordEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable
WulstGermannounoblong bulgefeminine
WulstGermannounwreath, garlandfeminine
WulstGermannountorusarchitecturefeminine
WąsiewiczPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
WąsiewiczPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
YueEnglishnameThe modern Sinitic language which includes Cantonese (Canton) dialect.
YueEnglishnamePeople who speak Yue, such as the Cantonese and Taishanese.
YueEnglishnameAny of several ancient Tai peoples of what is now Guangdong province, or their languages.
YueEnglishnounYue ware, a southern Chinese style of celadon-glazed stoneware.ceramics chemistry engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
abbreviaturNorwegian Bokmålnouna ligature, abbreviation (in older manuscripts and printed books)human-sciences linguistics media publishing sciences typographymasculine
abbreviaturNorwegian Bokmålnounan abbreviation or ligature (a notation used in music score to denote a direction; one or more dashes through the stem of a note)entertainment lifestyle musicmasculine
aburrirGalicianverbto bore; to tiretransitive
aburrirGalicianverbto abhortransitive
aburrirGalicianverbto be boredtakes a reflexive pronoun
abé rasgioniSassaresenounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see abé, rasgioni.
abé rasgioniSassaresenounto be rightintransitive
acatlClassical Nahuatlnounreedinanimate
acatlClassical NahuatlnounThe thirteenth day sign of the Aztec tōnalpōhualli.inanimate
accoppiareItalianverbto couple, connect (up)transitive
accoppiareItalianverbto unite in marriagerare transitive
accoppiareItalianverbto mate (an animal)transitive
adicioLatinverbto throw, hurl, cast or fling an object to, towards, or atconjugation-3 iō-variant
adicioLatinverbto direct one's mind, eye or attention to, turn toconjugation-3 iō-variant
adicioLatinverbto attach, insert; apply, assign; add, increase, add to; intensifyconjugation-3 iō-variant
adicioLatinverbto add to a bid, outbidconjugation-3 in auctions iō-variant
adicioLatinverbto add (as a proviso); add to something that has already been saidconjugation-3 iō-variant
adicioLatinverbto modify (another word)grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesconjugation-3 iō-variant with-dative
airyEnglishadjConsisting of air.
airyEnglishadjRelating or belonging to air; high in air; aerial.
airyEnglishadjOpen to a free current of air; exposed to the air; breezy.
airyEnglishadjResembling air; thin; unsubstantial; not material; airlike.
airyEnglishadjRelating to the spirit or soul; delicate; graceful.
airyEnglishadjNot based on reality; having no solid foundation
airyEnglishadjlight-hearted; vivacious
airyEnglishadjHaving an affected manner; being in the habit of putting on airs; affectedly grand.
airyEnglishadjHaving the light and aerial tints true to nature.
airyEnglishadjSpacious, well lit, well ventilated.of a room or building
ajatuksetonFinnishadjunthinking (without proper thought)
ajatuksetonFinnishadjthoughtless (lacking thought or consideration)
aleatoricEnglishadjHaving an element of chance.
aleatoricEnglishadjOf or pertaining to works that have been produced with an element of chance (aleatoricism).art arts entertainment lifestyle musicnot-comparable
allentareItalianverbto loosen (a knot, etc.)transitive
allentareItalianverbto slackentransitive
allentareItalianverbto relaxtransitive
alltafIcelandicadvalways
alltafIcelandicadvconstantly
amserWelshnountimefeminine masculine
amserWelshnountensefeminine masculine
amserWelshnountempofeminine masculine
andiFaroesenounbreathmasculine
andiFaroesenounspiritmasculine
anglaEsperantoadjEnglish (of or pertaining to England, the English people, or the English language)
anglaEsperantoadjClipping of la angla lingvo (“the English language”)abbreviation alt-of clipping
anteSpanishprepin front of, before
anteSpanishprepagainst, compared to
anteSpanishnounelkmasculine
anteSpanishnounsuedemasculine
anteSpanishnountapir (large odd-toed ungulate with a long prehensile upper lip)Mexico masculine
antirracistaPortugueseadjantiracist (opposed to racism)human-sciences sciences social-science sociologyfeminine masculine
antirracistaPortuguesenounantiracist (one who opposes racism)human-sciences sciences social-science sociologyby-personal-gender feminine masculine
apadHungarianverbto ebb (sea)intransitive
apadHungarianverbto lessen, shrinkintransitive
apartamentowiecPolishnounapartment complex, apartment buildinginanimate masculine
apartamentowiecPolishnounmansion blockinanimate masculine
apostrofareItalianverbto apostrophizegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencestransitive
apostrofareItalianverbto reproach, rebuke, reprimandtransitive
apostrofareItalianverbto addresstransitive
apparitioLatinnounservice, attendancedeclension-3
apparitioLatinnounservants, domesticsbroadly declension-3
arcondlaOld Irishverbto share
arcondlaOld Irishverbto partake
aristocraticEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, or favouring, an aristocracy
aristocraticEnglishadjSimilar to the aristocracy; characteristic of, the aristocracy.
arkiSranan Tongoverbto listen
arkiSranan Tongoverbto obey
armasIngrianadjfriendly, nice
armasIngrianadjbeloved, cherishedin-compounds
armeríaSpanishnounarmoury, armoryfeminine
armeríaSpanishnoungun shopfeminine
aro-aceEnglishadjAromantic and asexual.neologism slang
aro-aceEnglishnounA person who is aromantic and asexual.neologism slang
asterismEnglishnounAn unofficial constellation (small group of stars that forms a visible pattern).astronomy natural-sciences
asterismEnglishnounA rarely used typographical symbol (⁂, three asterisks arranged in a triangle), used to call attention to a passage or to separate subchapters in a book.
asterismEnglishnounA star-shaped figure exhibited by some crystals by reflected light (as in a star sapphire) or by transmitted light (as in some mica).chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences
aufeinanderfolgendGermanverbpresent participle of aufeinanderfolgenform-of participle present
aufeinanderfolgendGermanadjconsecutive, one after anothernot-comparable
augnesteinNorwegian Nynorsknounsomething preciousmasculine poetic
augnesteinNorwegian Nynorsknouneyeballanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
augnesteinNorwegian Nynorsknounpupilanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
aukštasLithuanianadjhigh (in height)
aukštasLithuanianadjhigh(-quality)
aukštasLithuanianadjtall
aukštasLithuanianadjnoble
aukštasLithuaniannounstorey/story, floor
autocensuraSpanishnounself-censurefeminine
autocensuraSpanishnounself-censorshipfeminine
autocensuraSpanishverbonly used in se autocensura, third-person singular present indicative of autocensurarse # only used in te ... autocensura, syntactic variant of autocensúrate, second-person singular imperative of autocensurarse / only used in se autocensura, third-person singular present indicative of autocensurarse
autocensuraSpanishverbonly used in se autocensura, third-person singular present indicative of autocensurarse # only used in te ... autocensura, syntactic variant of autocensúrate, second-person singular imperative of autocensurarse / only used in te ... autocensura, syntactic variant of autocensúrate, second-person singular imperative of autocensurarse
aydınlıqAzerbaijaninounlight
aydınlıqAzerbaijaninoundaylight (a clear, open space; also figuratively)
aydınlıqAzerbaijaninounclarity
aydınlıqAzerbaijaniadjbright, light
bajónSpanishnounbassoonmasculine
bajónSpanishnounbassoonistmasculine
bajónSpanishnounlull, low, dip, drop (decline)masculine
bajónSpanishnounblues, slump (lack of spirit)masculine
bajónSpanishnounEllipsis of bajón de electricidad (“power outage”).abbreviation alt-of ellipsis masculine
balitCzechverbto packimperfective
balitCzechverbto wrapimperfective
balitCzechverbto pick women for a datecolloquial imperfective
bamOld Frisiannountree
bamOld Frisiannounbench
bamOld Frisiannounseat
bangawTagalognounblowfly
bangawTagalognounbotfly; horsefly
bangawTagalogadjAlternative form of bang-awalt-of alternative
baptismumLatinnounbaptismdeclension-2 neuter
baptismumLatinnounwashing, sprinklingdeclension-2 neuter
barłógPolishnounden (a place where an animal sleeps)hobbies hunting lifestyleinanimate masculine
barłógPolishnounpallet, shakedown, kip (an improvised bed, usually in a messy place)inanimate masculine
barłógPolishnounmess, disordercolloquial derogatory inanimate masculine
beatitudSpanishnounblissfeminine
beatitudSpanishnounblessedness, beatitudefeminine
bedaŭrindaEsperantoadjpoor (to be pitied)
bedaŭrindaEsperantoadjunfortunate, regrettable
beithIrishnounbirch (tree)feminine
beithIrishnounthe letter B in the Ogham alphabetfeminine
beithIrishverbObsolete form of beadh.alt-of obsolete
beljebbHungarianadvcomparative degree of be: further in (further inwards)comparative form-of
beljebbHungarianadvcomparative degree of belül: further insidecomparative form-of
beljebbHungarianadvcomparative degree of benn or bent: further insidecomparative form-of
berrettaItaliannouncapfeminine
berrettaItaliannounbirettafeminine
bespikönVolapükverbto discuss
bespikönVolapükverbto interview
bespikönVolapükverbto treat a subject
bespikönVolapükverbto talk about a subject
betrakteNorwegian Nynorskverbto consider (som / as)
betrakteNorwegian Nynorskverbto regard (someone / something as something)
bezpieczniakPolishnounsafety officialcolloquial masculine person
bezpieczniakPolishnounsafety official / safety official within the Ministry of Public Security (Poland) during the Polish People's Republic eracolloquial derogatory masculine person
biorytmPolishnounbiorhythm (any cyclic biological or physiological pattern or activity)biology natural-sciencesinanimate masculine
biorytmPolishnounbiorhythm (any of three sinusoidal graphs, normally plotted by computer, having a person's birthdate as origin, that that are supposed to give meaningful information about emotional levels, physical energy levels, and mental/psychic sensitivity)pseudoscienceinanimate masculine
bit rotEnglishnounThe putative tendency of content in storage to become corrupt over time.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesuncountable
bit rotEnglishnounThe tendency of software in storage to develop bugs over time due to minor incompatibilities with newer operating environments.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesuncountable
blasfemyeMiddle Englishnounblasphemy; speech against a deity
blasfemyeMiddle Englishnouninsulting acts towards a deity
blasfemyeMiddle Englishnoundefamatory speech
blekotPolishnounfool's parsley (Aethusa cynapium)inanimate masculine
blekotPolishnounstuttererMiddle Polish inanimate masculine
blowerEnglishnounA person who blows.
blowerEnglishnounA fissure from which firedamp issues, often in quantity for many years.business mining
blowerEnglishnounAny device that blows; often, especially, a furnace component or a supercharger.
blowerEnglishnounAny device that blows; often, especially, a furnace component or a supercharger. / A ducted fan, usually part of a heating, ventilation, and/or air conditioning system.
blowerEnglishnounTelephone.Australia Britain Ireland New-Zealand slang
blowerEnglishnounTelephone. / A telephone service providing betting odds and commentary, relayed to customers in a bookmaker's shop via loudspeaker.Australia Britain Ireland New-Zealand UK historical slang
blowerEnglishnounA braggart, or loud talker.dated
blowerEnglishnounThe whale; so called by seamen, from its habit of spouting up a column of water.
blowerEnglishnounA small fish of the Atlantic coast, Sphoeroides maculatus; the puffer.
boattailEnglishnounThe progressively narrowing rear end of a bullet or ballistic missile that is designed to reduce drag
boattailEnglishnounA large grackle or blackbird (Quiscalus major), found in the Southern United States.
bocceItaliannounplural of bocciafeminine form-of plural
bocceItaliannounbowls (game)feminine plural
bodiedEnglishadjHaving a specified form of body.in-compounds
bodiedEnglishadjHaving a bodily form; corporeal or incarnate.
bodiedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of bodyform-of participle past
boletaSpanishnounbill, receiptChile Peru feminine
boletaSpanishnounticketLatin-America feminine
boletaSpanishnoundeathLunfardo feminine
bollEnglishnounThe rounded seed-bearing capsule of a cotton or flax plant.
bollEnglishnounA protuberance or excrescence growing on the trunks of some trees, a burl.
bollEnglishnounAn old dry measure equal to six bushels.Scotland
bollEnglishverbTo form a boll or seed vessel; to go to seed.
bosAragonesepronyou (second-person plural direct pronoun)
bosAragonesepronyou (second-person plural indirect pronoun)
boudañaGaliciannounbryony (Bryonia dioica, Bryonia alba)biology botany natural-sciencesfeminine
boudañaGaliciannounblack bryony, lady's seal (Tammus communis)biology botany natural-sciencesfeminine
bow gripEnglishnounThe small section of a stringed instrument's bow near the heel having grippy material such as goatskin leather or snakeskin wrapped tightly around the bow stick between the lapping and the frog, so as to facilitate it being held and to protect the stick.arts crafts entertainment hobbies lifestyle lutherie music
bow gripEnglishnounThe refined and precise manner of holding the bow of a bowed string instrument.entertainment lifestyle music
brudbrudKriolnounmouse
brudbrudKriolnounbandicoot
bulaloTagalognounbulalo (Philippine beef broth dish)
bulaloTagalognounbone marrow from the limbs of cows, pigs, buffaloes, etc.
bulaloTagalognounkneecap; kneepananatomy medicine sciences
bullaIcelandicverbto talk nonsenseintransitive weak
bullaIcelandicverbto boil, to bubble upintransitive weak
bullaIcelandicnouna pistonfeminine
bullaIcelandicnouna bullyfeminine
buscareItalianverbto procure, obtain, gettransitive
buscareItalianverbto earn, to receive (a salary, etc.)regional transitive
buscareItalianverbto fetch (game) (of a hunting dog)transitive
buscareItalianverbto stealrare transitive
buyurmaqAzerbaijaniverbto direct, to order
buyurmaqAzerbaijaniverbto command (to issue a command to)
cack-handedEnglishadjClumsy; inept.
cack-handedEnglishadjLeft-handed.
cack-handedEnglishadjBack-handed.
camiñanteGalicianadjtravelingfeminine masculine
camiñanteGaliciannounhiker, walkerby-personal-gender feminine masculine
camiñanteGaliciannountraveler, farerby-personal-gender feminine masculine poetic
cavallóCatalannounridge (strip of raised land between furrows or between cultivated fields)masculine
cavallóCatalannounstookhistorical masculine
cavallóCatalannounleveecivil-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesmasculine
cavallóCatalannounspeed bumpengineering natural-sciences physical-sciences traffic transportmasculine
cemerlangIndonesianadjsparkling, shining.
cemerlangIndonesianadjsmart.figuratively
cemerlangIndonesianadjbeautiful.figuratively
cemerlangIndonesianadjexcellent.figuratively
centrareItalianverbto hit, hit the centretransitive
centrareItalianverbto pinpointtransitive
centrareItalianverbto centre, center, balancetransitive
centrareItalianverbAlternative form of entrarci (“to have to do with”)alt-of alternative
chicaneEnglishnounA quibble, a pedantic or dishonest objection; an act of deception.countable uncountable
chicaneEnglishnounThe use of dishonest means or subterfuge to achieve one's (especially political) goals; chicanery, trickery.countable uncountable
chicaneEnglishnounThe holding of a hand without trumps, or the hand itself.bridge card-games gamescountable uncountable
chicaneEnglishnounA sharp double bend on a racecourse, designed to prevent unsafe speeds; an obstacle creating a curve.hobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sportscountable uncountable
chicaneEnglishnounA raised area or other obstacle around which vehicles must drive, especially designed to reduce speed.road transportcountable uncountable
chicaneEnglishverbTo use chicanery, tricks, or subterfuge.intransitive
chicaneEnglishverbTo deceive.transitive
chicleSpanishnounchewing gummasculine
chicleSpanishnounchiclemasculine
chiripaSpanishnounfluke (lucky or improbable occurrence)feminine
chiripaSpanishnounBlattella germanica (German roach)Venezuela feminine
chitterEnglishverbTo make a series of high-pitched sounds; to twitter, chirp or chatter.
chitterEnglishverbTo shiver or chatter with cold.Scotland obsolete
chitterEnglishnounAlternative form of chitterlingalt-of alternative dialectal
chuốtVietnameseverbto whittle, to sharpen with a tool
chuốtVietnameseverbto polish; to gloss; to glaze
chuốtVietnameseverbto refine; to polish (e.g. wording)
chłopPolishnounfarmercolloquial masculine person
chłopPolishnounguy, mancolloquial masculine person
chłopPolishnounboyfriend (longterm romantic partner)colloquial masculine person
chłopPolishnounpeasanthistorical masculine person
chłopPolishnounsimpletonmasculine obsolete person
chłopPolishnounhusbandmasculine obsolete person
chłopPolishnounattaboy; young gay blademasculine obsolete person
chłopPolishnounman (representation of a man in a coat of arms)government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsMiddle Polish masculine person
chłopPolishnounboy; son (male offspring)Middle Polish masculine person
chłopPolishnounThe meaning of this term is uncertain.Middle Polish masculine person
cilvēcīgsLatvianadjhumane, compassionate (showing or expressing empathy, kindheartedness, respect for others)
cilvēcīgsLatvianadjhuman (typical of human beings)rare
clompEnglishnounThe sound of feet hitting the ground loudly.
clompEnglishverbTo walk heavily or clumsily, as with clogs.intransitive
clompEnglishverbTo make some object hit something, thereby producing a clomping sound.transitive
cobertoiraGaliciannouncoveringfeminine
cobertoiraGaliciannounlidfeminine
cobertoiraGaliciannounpelt which covers the oxen head when yokedfeminine
combinatieDutchnouncombination / the act, process or outcome of combiningfeminine
combinatieDutchnouncombination / a set-up of a truck and one or more trailersfeminine
combinatieDutchnouncombination / a series of moves in chessfeminine
combinatieDutchnouncombination / a series of moves in martial artsfeminine
comissióCatalannouncommissionfeminine
comissióCatalannouncommitteefeminine
compensatorEnglishnounA party or thing which compensates, pays or otherwise provides a compensationliterally
compensatorEnglishnounAny device used to compensate for something, notably to achieve a better balance.
compensatorEnglishnounA building control device used to deliver the compensation relationship or curve between the air temperature outside a building and the temperature of water or air provided to spaces or zones within the building for purposes of heating or cooling.
compensatorEnglishnounOne of several small magnets placed in the binnacle to neutralize the effect of the ship's metal on the compassnautical transport
coniugatioLatinnounThe act of combining, connecting or mixing together; mixture.declension-3
coniugatioLatinnounThe etymological relationship of words.declension-3
coniugatioLatinnounconjugationgrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesdeclension-3
coniugatioLatinnounsyllogismdeclension-3
context-sensitiveEnglishadjSensitive to context; exhibiting different behaviour depending on a task or situation.computing engineering human-sciences mathematics natural-sciences philosophy physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
context-sensitiveEnglishadjInvolving transformations that are affected by more of the sentence than merely the section under scrutiny.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
context-sensitiveEnglishadjRelating to a context-sensitive grammar.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
contraziceRomanianverbto contradict, to be contrary toconjugation-3 transitive
contraziceRomanianverbto contradict oneselfconjugation-3 reflexive
convivênciaPortuguesenouncohabitationfeminine
convivênciaPortuguesenounintimacyfeminine
cool grayEnglishnounA light gray colour.
cool grayEnglishadjOf a light gray colour.not-comparable
corerEnglishnounA utensil for removing the core from apples and similar fruit or vegetables
corerEnglishnounA device used to take core samples for analysisgeography geology natural-sciences
corrompreCatalanverbto corrupt, to cause to putrify
corrompreCatalanverbto corrupt, to defile, to pervert
corrompreCatalanverbto bribe
coşmakTurkishverbto get excited, enthusiastic, become exuberant, become ebullientintransitive
coşmakTurkishverbto become turbulent; to become violentintransitive
crepitateEnglishverbTo crackle, to make a crackling sound. / to crackle, as crepitant lungs do, as some arthritic joints may do, or as some fractured bones may do.medicine sciences
crepitateEnglishverbTo crackle, to make a crackling sound. / to flatulate.medicine sciencesobsolete possibly
criminelFrenchadjcriminal (against the law)
criminelFrenchadjcrime; criminalrelational
criminelFrenchadjcriminal (similar to a criminal)
criminelFrenchnouncriminal (someone who commits a crime)masculine
cultioLatinnounThe preparation of ground, cultivation, tillage, agriculture.declension-3 with agri
cultioLatinnounVeneration, reverence.declension-3
cure de jouvenceFrenchnounyouth therapyfeminine
cure de jouvenceFrenchnounrejuvenation, overhaul, makeoverfeminine figuratively
cwist þu laOld Englishintjaren't you?, isn't it?
cwist þu laOld Englishintjright?, eh?, correct?
cwist þu laOld Englishintjoh, sayest thou?
czepiaćPolishverbto attach, to hookimperfective transitive
czepiaćPolishverbto cling, to hold onimperfective reflexive with się
czepiaćPolishverbto pick on, to nitpick, to niggleimperfective reflexive with się
czubićPolishverbto peck each otherimperfective of birds reflexive with się
czubićPolishverbto argue, to quarrelimperfective of people reflexive with się
czubićPolishverbto style a spiky hairstyleimperfective obsolete reflexive with się
danfonWelshverbto send, to direct
danfonWelshverbto accompany, to escort
darumGermanadvaround it, around that
darumGermanadvtherefore, for that reason
darumGermanadvbecause! (non-answer to questions one does not wish to answer)
daćUpper Sorbianverbto give (to transfer one's possession or holding of (something) to (someone)) [+dative = to whom] / to give (to transfer one's possession or holding of (something) to (someone))perfective
daćUpper Sorbianverbto give, to hand, to pass (to place in someone's hand) [+dative = to whom] / to give, to hand, to pass (to place in someone's hand)perfective
daćUpper Sorbianverbto let, to allow [+dative = whom], [+infinitive = to do what] / to let, to allow [+dative = whom],perfective
daćUpper Sorbianverbto order, to tell someone to do something [+dative = someone] / to order, to tell someone to do somethingdialectal perfective
daćUpper Sorbianverbto start, to beginperfective reflexive with so
desgrasyadaTagalognounwoman who have been dishonored by being raped or having given birth out of wedlockderogatory
desgrasyadaTagalogadjdishonored (of a woman who has been raped or has given birth out of wedlock)derogatory
dezirOld Spanishverbto dotransitive
dezirOld Spanishverbto make (something)transitive
dimoveoLatinverbto move or put asunder, part, separate, divide, cleave; remove, take awayconjugation-2
dimoveoLatinverbto disperse, drive away, dismissconjugation-2 of a group of persons or things
disclusionEnglishnounA shutting off; exclusion.obsolete
disclusionEnglishnounA separation of the teeth when the jaw is slightly opened.dentistry medicine sciences
disclusionEnglishnounEspecially, a separation of posterior teeth when the lower jaw moves forward, as a natural result of the alignment of the anterior teeth.dentistry medicine sciences
disembodyEnglishverbTo cause someone's soul, spirit, consciousness, voice, etc, to become separated from the physical body.
disembodyEnglishverbTo separate (a part of the body) from the body.
disembodyEnglishverbTo discharge from military service or array.
disparatadoSpanishadjcrazy, mad
disparatadoSpanishadjabsurd, unrealistic, wild
disparatadoSpanishadjeclectic
disparatadoSpanishverbpast participle of disparatarform-of participle past
dolketNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of dolke: / simple pastpast
dolketNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of dolke: / past participleparticiple past
drahýCzechadjdear, expensive
drahýCzechadjdear, precious, valuable
drahýCzechadjdear (loved)
duskantAfrikaansnounthis side (may take articles)uncountable
duskantAfrikaansadvon/at this side of
duyurmakTurkishverbto make oneself heard
duyurmakTurkishverbto announce, to make known
dégagerFrenchverbto free (someone or something)
dégagerFrenchverbto relieve (a town, army, etc.)government military politics war
dégagerFrenchverbto release (funds)
dégagerFrenchverbto clear (a table, area, nose etc.)
dégagerFrenchverbto give off, emit, radiate
dégagerFrenchverbto draw, bring out (a conclusion, idea etc.)
dégagerFrenchverbto clear (kicking a ball away from the goal one is defend)ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
dégagerFrenchverbto get out of hereintransitive vulgar
détournementFrenchnounrerouting, diversionmasculine
détournementFrenchnoundetournementmediamasculine
détournementFrenchnounembezzlement, misappropriation (of funds)masculine
détournementFrenchnounreinterpretation, reimagining, repurposing, repackagingmasculine
détournementFrenchnounhijackingmasculine
dộtVietnameseadjleaky in the rainof a roof
dộtVietnameseadjwith a leaky roof in the rainof a house
einschaltenGermanverbto turn on, to switch on, to power up, to enable (to put a mechanism, device or system into operation)transitive weak
einschaltenGermanverbto call intransitive weak
einschaltenGermanverbto intervenereflexive weak
ejeSpanishnounaxisastronomy geometry mathematics natural-sciences sciencesmasculine
ejeSpanishnounaxlemasculine
ejeSpanishnounshaft, spindleengineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciencesmasculine
ejeSpanishnouncore, heart, center (main idea)masculine
ejeSpanishnounhub (center of activity)masculine
ejeSpanishnounfocus, focal point (point of concentration or attention)masculine
elepanteTagalognounelephant
elepanteTagalognounbig, lazy fellowderogatory figuratively
elesOld Frenchpronthey (third-person plural feminine subject pronoun)feminine
elesOld Frenchpronthey (third-person plural feminine stressed object pronoun)feminine
elevaMalteseverbto raise, to lift, to elevate
elevaMalteseverbto cheer upfiguratively
emaliaPolishnounenamel (opaque, glassy coating baked onto metal or ceramic objects)feminine
emaliaPolishnounenamelingfeminine
emaliaPolishnounenamel (hard covering on the exposed part of a tooth)feminine
emaliaPolishnounemailcolloquial feminine humorous
emaliaPolishnounemail addresscolloquial feminine humorous
encaixarPortugueseverbto fit (to conform to in size and shape)
encaixarPortugueseverbto fit (to attach, especially when requiring exact positioning or sizing)
encaixarPortugueseverbto catch the football and hold it tightlyball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportsof a goalkeeper
encenderSpanishverbto light, ignite
encenderSpanishverbto turn on, switch on, power up
encloreFrenchverbto enclose
encloreFrenchverbto fortify
encloreFrenchverbto fortifyreflexive
enfantinFrenchadjchildlike, childish
enfantinFrenchadjchild's, for children
enranciarSpanishverbto make rancid or staletransitive
enranciarSpanishverbto turn rancid or stalereflexive
entzaubertGermanverbpast participle of entzaubernform-of participle past
entzaubertGermanadjdisenchantednot-comparable
eroavaFinnishadjdiffering
eroavaFinnishadjoutgoing (being replaced in office)not-comparable
eroavaFinnishverbpresent active participle of erotaactive form-of participle present
escatimarGalicianverbto use sparingly, to skimp, to scrimptransitive
escatimarGalicianverbto despise; to offend; to skimpdated transitive
escatimarGalicianverbto take offensedated takes a reflexive pronoun
escrutarSpanishverbto closely examine; to scrutinize
escrutarSpanishverbto count (votes)government politics
esgarriarCatalanverbto cause to get lost, lead astraytransitive
esgarriarCatalanverbto get lostreflexive
etsintäkuulutusFinnishnounAPB, all-points bulletin, (UK) APW, all-ports warning
etsintäkuulutusFinnishnounwanted poster, wanted sign
fastigiateEnglishadjErect and parallelbiology botany natural-sciences
fastigiateEnglishadjHaving closely-bunched erect parallel branchesagriculture biology botany business horticulture lifestyle natural-sciences
fastigiateEnglishadjCharacterized by a fastigium, a cavity separating the intexine from the sexine near the endoaperture of a colporate pollen grain.biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences palynology physical-sciences
fastigiateEnglishadjTapering to a pointobsolete
fastigiateEnglishnounA tree or shrub with erect, parallel branches.agriculture business horticulture lifestyle
fayEnglishnounA fairy.
fayEnglishadjFairy like.
fayEnglishverbTo fit.obsolete
fayEnglishverbTo join (pieces of timber) tightly.business manufacturing shipbuildingtransitive
fayEnglishverbOf pieces of timber: to lie close together.business manufacturing shipbuildingintransitive
fayEnglishverbTo fadge.obsolete
fayEnglishadjFitted closely together.
fayEnglishverbTo cleanse; clean out.dialectal
fayEnglishnounA white person.US slang
fayEnglishadjWhite; white-skinned.US slang
felmegyHungarianverbto ascend to, to go up somewhere (to move to a higher or more northern place; used with lative suffixes for the direction and optionally -n/-on/-en/-ön for the connecting passage)intransitive
felmegyHungarianverbto go up, riseentertainment lifestyle theaterintransitive of the curtain
felmegyHungarianverbto fit (to conform to in size)intransitive of articles of clothing
fist pumpEnglishnounThe thrusting of one's fist, most commonly forward or upward, as in celebration.
fist pumpEnglishverbTo thrust one's fist, most commonly forward or upward, as in celebration.intransitive
fleacRomaniannountrifle, trinketneuter
fleacRomaniannounbabble, prattleneuter
florOld Englishnounpavement, floorof a building
florOld Englishnounfloor, deck; gangplankof a ship
foajeenNorwegian Nynorsknoundefinite singular of foajédefinite form-of masculine singular
foajeenNorwegian Nynorsknoundefinite singular of foajedefinite form-of masculine singular
fogyatékHungariannoundeficiency, lossarchaic uncountable usually
fogyatékHungariannounrest, remnant, remainder; remainingalso archaic attributive uncountable usually
fogyatékHungariannoundisability, handicapuncountable usually
forsakaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of forsake: / simple pastpast
forsakaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of forsake: / past participleparticiple past
francachIrishnounratmasculine
francachIrishadjAlternative form of Francach (“foreign, exotic; large”)alt-of alternative not-comparable
frithchaitheamhIrishnounverbal noun of frithchaithform-of masculine noun-from-verb
frithchaitheamhIrishnounreflectionmasculine
frivilligNorwegian NynorskadjAlternative form of friviljug (“voluntary”)alt-of alternative
frivilligNorwegian NynorskadvAlternative form of friviljug (“voluntarily”)alt-of alternative
frivilligNorwegian NynorsknounAlternative form of friviljug (“volunteer”)alt-of alternative feminine masculine
frostedEnglishadjCovered in frost; frosty.
frostedEnglishadjAppearing to be covered in frost.
frostedEnglishadjDamaged by frost.
frostedEnglishadjExtremely intoxicated.slang
frostedEnglishnounA kind of milkshake made with ice cream.
full speed aheadEnglishintjA command to move forward at maximum speed.nautical transportusually
full speed aheadEnglishnounMaximum speed on a ship.nautical transportuncountable usually
full speed aheadEnglishnounMaximum effort without reservations or delay.idiomatic uncountable
full speed aheadEnglishadvWith maximum effort, without reservations or delay.idiomatic not-comparable
full speed aheadEnglishadjUnhesitant.idiomatic not-comparable
fumousMiddle EnglishadjSmelly; having a noticeable stench.Late-Middle-English
fumousMiddle EnglishadjInducing malady or harm; dangerous, noxious.Late-Middle-English rare
fumousMiddle EnglishadjIncapicitated, drunken; not sober or of right mind.Late-Middle-English rare
fumousMiddle Englishadjfumy; fume-like or resembling a fume.Late-Middle-English rare
fumousMiddle EnglishadjAngry, ireful.Late-Middle-English rare
furdaljaHungarianverbthird-person singular indicative present definite of furdaldefinite form-of indicative present singular third-person
furdaljaHungarianverbthird-person singular subjunctive present definite of furdaldefinite form-of present singular subjunctive third-person
førebelsNorwegian Nynorskadjtemporary
førebelsNorwegian Nynorskadvtemporarily
gammaCatalannounGamma; the Greek letter Γ (lowercase γ)feminine
gammaCatalannoungamut; the range of possible values, especially: / the set of tones available from a musical instrumententertainment lifestyle musicfeminine
gammaCatalannoungamut; the range of possible values, especially: / the set of possible color values available from a photographic or electronic devicefeminine
gecierranOld Englishverbto turn backWest-Saxon transitive
gecierranOld Englishverbto go to, visitWest-Saxon
gecierranOld Englishverbto turn or convert somebody to (+ tō) something or somebodyWest-Saxon
gecierranOld Englishverbto turn, come, or go from (+ of, fram)...to, around, upon (+ tō, ymb, on))West-Saxon
gecierranOld Englishverbto turn to or fromWest-Saxon
gecierranOld Englishverbto turn to (as for help); to assent to; to be favorable towardsWest-Saxon
gertiLithuanianverbdrink (consume liquid to quench thirst)
gertiLithuanianverbdrink (of alcoholic beverages), booze
gertiLithuanianverbsoak up, absorb
gewichtigGermanadjweighty
gewichtigGermanadjinfluential
gezangDutchnounsong (the act of singing)neuter
gezangDutchnounsong (sung piece of music)neuter
gezangDutchnounsong (sung piece of music) / A hymn; a religious song, usually excluding psalmsChristianity Protestantism lifestyle religionespecially in particular neuter
gimpEnglishnounA narrow ornamental fabric or braid of silk, wool, or cotton, often stiffened with metallic wire or coarse cord running through it, used as trimming for dresses, curtains, furniture, etc. Also guimpe.countable uncountable
gimpEnglishnounAny coarse or reinforced thread, such as a glazed thread employed in lacemaking to outline designs, or silk thread used as a fishing leader, protected from the bite of fish by a wrapping of fine wire.countable uncountable
gimpEnglishnounThe plastic cord used in the plaiting and knotting craft Scoubidou (lanyard making); or, the process itself.countable uncountable
gimpEnglishnounGumptionNorth-Eastern-US countable dated uncountable
gimpEnglishverbTo wrap or wind (surround) with another length of yarn or wire in a tight spiral, often by means of a gimping machine, creating 'gimped yarn', etc. Also, generally, to wrap or twist with string or wire. See gimped.of yarn usually
gimpEnglishverbTo notch or indent; to jag or make jagged; to edge with serrations or grooves.dated
gimpEnglishnounA person who is lame due to a crippling of the legs or feet.informal
gimpEnglishnounA crippled leg.informal
gimpEnglishnounA limp or a limping gait.informal
gimpEnglishnounA name-calling word, generally for a person who is perceived to be inept, deficient or peculiarderogatory slang
gimpEnglishnounA sexual submissive, almost always male, dressed generally in a black leather suit. See Gimp (sadomasochism) in Wikipedia.BDSM lifestyle sexuality
gimpEnglishnounA character or ability that is underpowered.video-gamesderogatory slang
gimpEnglishverbTo limp; to hobble.informal intransitive
gimpEnglishverbTo make underpowered; to limit or restrict the useful effects of.video-gamesslang transitive
gimpEnglishadjNeat; trim; delicate; slender; handsome; spruce; elegant.dated
ginScottish Gaelicverbbeget, produce, father
ginScottish Gaelicverbcreate, engender
ginScottish Gaelicverbprocreate, reproduce
ginScottish Gaelicverbbreed
ginScottish Gaelicverbgeneratecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
glanOld Irishadjclean
glanOld Irishadjpure
glanOld Irishadjclear
glanOld Irishverbthird-person singular preterite conjunct of glanaidconjunct form-of preterite singular third-person
glanOld Irishverbsecond-person singular imperative of glanaidform-of imperative second-person singular
glaze overEnglishverbTo become unfocused, as if through boredom.intransitive of eyes
glaze overEnglishverbTo form a glazed coating: to ice over or otherwise to become covered in a glossy sheen.intransitive
glaze overEnglishverbTo gloss over.proscribed transitive
gliedernGermanverbto structure, to organize, to divideweak
gliedernGermanverbto dividereflexive weak
gripenMiddle EnglishverbTo grip or grab onto (often to take away)
gripenMiddle EnglishverbTo confiscate or steal; to take forcibly.
gripenMiddle EnglishverbTo make material gains come into one's possession.
gripenMiddle EnglishverbTo find out about (to acquire knowledge or information)
gripenMiddle EnglishverbTo torment or injure; to cause fear or sorrow.
gripenMiddle Englishnounplural of gripe (“grip”)form-of plural
gripenMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of grippenalt-of alternative
groopEnglishnounA trench or small ditch.Northern-England Scotland UK dialectal obsolete
groopEnglishnounA trench or drain; particularly, a trench or hollow behind the stalls of cows or horses for receiving their dung and urine.Northern-England Scotland UK dialectal obsolete
groopEnglishnounA pen for cattle; a byre.Northern-England Scotland UK dialectal obsolete
groopEnglishverbTo make a channel or groove; to form grooves.obsolete
groopEnglishnounObsolete form of group.alt-of obsolete
groopEnglishverbObsolete form of group.alt-of obsolete
gulung-gulunganTagalognounAdam's appleanatomy medicine sciences
gulung-gulunganTagalognounthroatanatomy medicine sciences
gulung-gulunganTagalognounNonstandard form of gulong-gulungan.alt-of nonstandard
géneroPortuguesenounkindmasculine
géneroPortuguesenoungenre (music, literature, etc.)masculine
géneroPortuguesenoungenusbiology natural-sciences taxonomymasculine
géneroPortuguesenoungender, sexbiology natural-sciencesmasculine
géneroPortuguesenoungendergrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesmasculine
gǫrrOld Norseadjskilled, accomplished
gǫrrOld Norseadjready, willing
habarRomaniannounideaneuter uncountable
habarRomaniannounnewsneuter uncountable
haberAsturianverbthere be
haberAsturianverbhave to, be necessary (to)
haberAsturianverbto introduce the time ago that something happened
haberAsturianverbhave (used to create perfect tenses)
hagurIcelandicadjdexterous, handy
hagurIcelandicnounan advantagemasculine
hagurIcelandicnouneconomymasculine
hagurIcelandicnouncircumstancesmasculine
hakeNorwegian Bokmålnouna chin (bottom of the face)feminine masculine
hakeNorwegian Bokmålnounhookmasculine
hakeNorwegian Bokmålnounbarbmasculine
hakeNorwegian Bokmålnouncalkmasculine
hakeNorwegian Bokmålnouncatch, drawbackmasculine
half-mastEnglishnounThe lowered position, half the height of a mast, at which a flag is flown when mourning, especially expressing respect for the dead.uncountable
half-mastEnglishnounThe lowered position of any thing.broadly uncountable
half-mastEnglishnounThe state of being partially erecteuphemistic of a man uncountable
hammasvalasFinnishnountoothed whale, odontocete (any whale of the Odontoceti suborder of the cetaceans, including sperm whales, beaked whales, dolphins, and others)
hammasvalasFinnishnounmesoplodont beaked whale (any whale of the genus Mesoplodon within Odontoceti)
hammasvalasFinnishnounSowerby's beaked whale, Mesoplodon bidens
heafodmannOld Englishnouncaptain; leader, head
heafodmannOld Englishnounmain person
hellifiedEnglishadjExtremely good or impressive.not-comparable slang
hellifiedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of hellifyform-of participle past
hetenMiddle EnglishverbTo heat; to make warm or hot.
hetenMiddle EnglishverbTo increase in heat; to become hot.
hetenMiddle EnglishverbTo cause a hot sensation or heating.
hetenMiddle EnglishverbTo make or become willing or fervent.
hetenMiddle EnglishverbTo light aflame.rare
hetenMiddle Englishnounplural of hete (“heat”)Early-Middle-English form-of plural
hetenMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of hetienalt-of alternative
heughEnglishnounA steep crag or cliff, especially one with overhanging sidesNorthumbria Scotland
heughEnglishnounA glen with steep, overhanging sidesNorthumbria Scotland
heughEnglishnounA steep excavation, especially a coal pitNorthumbria Scotland
hienþuOld Englishnounhumiliation, abasement, disgrace
hienþuOld Englishnouninjury, loss, affliction
historialMiddle EnglishadjHistorical, genuine, factual.
historialMiddle EnglishadjHistoric; historically significant.
historialMiddle EnglishadjRelated to history or historical events.rare
historialMiddle EnglishadjNon-figurative; at face value.rare
hittaNorwegian Nynorskverbto hit upon, meet
hittaNorwegian Nynorskverbto find
hoekDutchnouncornermasculine
hoekDutchnounanglemasculine
hoekDutchnounhookboxing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warmasculine
hostaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of hoste: / simple pastpast
hostaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of hoste: / past participleparticiple past
hostellerEnglishnounOne who keeps a hostel or inn.
hostellerEnglishnounA student in a hostel, or small unendowed college in Oxford or Cambridge.obsolete
houillerFrenchadjcoalrelational
houillerFrenchadjcoal-bearing
hulaIcelandicnounmist, hazefeminine
hulaIcelandicnounveil, coverfeminine
husǭProto-Germanicnounan outer covering; hull; shell; husk; casefeminine reconstruction
husǭProto-Germanicnouncovering for the legs; leggings, trousersfeminine reconstruction
huzatHungariannouncover (on a piece of furniture or a pillow or a blanket)
huzatHungariannoundraft, draught (a current of air)
hyperforeignismEnglishnounThe misapplication of foreign pronunciation or usage, particularly the use of a sound or form perceived as foreign where a native one is considered standard; an approximation that is misguided because misapprehensive or pedantic.human-sciences linguistics sciencesuncountable
hyperforeignismEnglishnounAn instance or example of such misapplication.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable
həqiqiAzerbaijaniadjtrue (conforming to the actual state of reality or fact; factually correct)
həqiqiAzerbaijaniadjreal (actually being, existing, or occurring; not fictitious or imaginary)
həqiqiAzerbaijaniadjtrue, genuine (not counterfeit, spurious, false, or adulterated)
həqiqiAzerbaijaniadjfellow, full member (as opposed to an associate)
ievērotLatvianverbto notice, to observe, to spottransitive
ievērotLatvianverbto consider, to take notetransitive
ievērotLatvianverbto observe, to abide bytransitive
ievērotLatvianverbto adhere, to complytransitive
igoqoZulunounstone or wood rampart
igoqoZulunounanimal with horns that are curled backwards
imanenceCzechnounimmanence (the state of being immanent), inherencyfeminine
imanenceCzechnounimmanence (the state of dwelling within and not extending beyond a given domain)feminine
imanenceCzechnounimmanencehuman-sciences lifestyle philosophy religion sciences theologyfeminine
imienniczkaPolishnounnamesake, namefellow (female person having the same given name as another woman)feminine
imienniczkaPolishnounfemale equivalent of imiennik (“namesake, namefellow”) (female person having the same last name as another woman who is unrelated to her)feminine form-of
impaꞌChickasawnounfoodalienable
impaꞌChickasawnoungroceryalienable
inciensoSpanishnounincensemasculine
inciensoSpanishnounMyrocarpus frondosus, a tree from the Fabaceae familymasculine
inciensoSpanishverbfirst-person singular present indicative of incensarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
informatizarPortugueseverbto computerize (provide IT resources)transitive
informatizarPortugueseverbto computerize (structure information (from a company, firm, agency or service), making it automatic in its fundamental aspects, based on the rational use of a computer and other complementary devices)transitive
ingkilinoTagalognountenant; lodger
ingkilinoTagalognountenantlaw
iniuriaLatinnouninjury, wronging, offense, insult, wrongdeclension-1
iniuriaLatinnouninjustice, wrongdoingdeclension-1
iniuriaLatinnoundamage, harm, hurt, injurydeclension-1
iniuriaLatinnounslanderdeclension-1
inscitusLatinadjunknownadjective declension-1 declension-2
inscitusLatinadjignorant, inexperienced, unskilfuladjective declension-1 declension-2
inscitusLatinadjsilly, stupidadjective declension-1 declension-2
insinuarPortugueseverbto insinuate
insinuarPortugueseverbto intimate
instrumentalEnglishadjEssential or central; of great importance or relevance.
instrumentalEnglishadjServing as an instrument, medium, means, or agency.
instrumentalEnglishadjPertaining to, made by, or prepared for an instrument, especially a musical instrument (rather than the human voice).entertainment lifestyle music
instrumentalEnglishadjApplied to a case expressing means or agency, generally indicated in English by by or with with the objective.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
instrumentalEnglishnounThe instrumental case.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
instrumentalEnglishnounA composition written or performed without lyrics or singing, using a lead instrument to replace vocals.entertainment lifestyle music
jakeEnglishadjAdequate; satisfactory; acceptable.slang
jakeEnglishnounA juvenile male turkey.US countable uncountable
jakeEnglishnounpolice, a federal government officer.Multicultural-London-English New-York countable slang uncountable
jakeEnglishnounA police officer, a cop (on foot, rather than in a patrol car).countable slang uncountable
jakeEnglishnounJamaica ginger.US slang uncountable
jakeEnglishnounA Discordian prank involving a large number of people sending bizarre letters or parcels to a targeted individual.countable uncountable
jakeEnglishverbTo play a Discordian prank on (somebody), involving a large number of people sending bizarre letters or parcels to that person.transitive
janakkalalainenFinnishadjfrom, related or pertaining to Janakkala
janakkalalainenFinnishnouna person from or living in Janakkala
jerjerTagalognounanal sex
jerjerTagalognounsexbroadly
jet engineEnglishnounAn engine that obtains thrust by taking in air at the front, using it to burn fuel, then ejecting the hot combustion products at the rear through a propulsive nozzle.
jet engineEnglishnounAny engine propelled by expelling a high speed fluid jet (jet propulsion), such as a rocket, turbojet, turbofan, ramjet, etc.
jevnaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of jevne: / simple pastpast
jevnaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of jevne: / past participleparticiple past
joletidNorwegian NynorsknounChristmas timefeminine
joletidNorwegian NynorsknounYuletidedated feminine
jolinesSpanishintjexpresses anger, upset, or annoyanceeuphemistic informal
jolinesSpanishintjexpresses surprise; cor!
justSwedishadvjust (quite recently, only moments ago)not-comparable
justSwedishadvexactly, preciselynot-comparable
justSwedishadvexactly, precisely / particularly, in particular, specifically (compare similar usage in English "That's just the guy I saw" and the like)focus not-comparable
karandaEnglishnounCarissa carandas, a species of flowering shrub in the dogbane family Apocynaceae.
karandaEnglishnounIts red berry-like fruit, used in Indian pickles.
kareneNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite plural of kardefinite form-of masculine plural
kareneNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite plural of kardefinite form-of neuter plural
katalunaEsperantoadjCatalan (of or pertaining to Catalonia, the Catalan people, or the Catalan language)
katalunaEsperantoadjClipping of la kataluna lingvo (“the Catalan language”).abbreviation alt-of clipping
katarTurkishnouncaravan
katarTurkishnounconvoy
katarTurkishnoun(transport) waggonsdated
katedraCzechnoundepartment (organizational unit at a university)feminine
katedraCzechnounteacher's desk in a classroomfeminine
kau-Tocharian Bverbto kill, strike down, destroy
kau-Tocharian Bverbchop up
kebónniumLimburgishnouncarbonneuter uncountable
kebónniumLimburgishnounA part of carbonneuter
kerrieDutchnouncurry powdermasculine uncountable
kerrieDutchnouncurry (dish)masculine uncountable
kerrieDutchnouncurry saucemasculine uncountable
kerteDanishnouncandle (light source consisting of a wick embedded in a solid, flammable substance such as wax, tallow, or paraffin)common-gender
kerteDanishnountaper (slender wax candle)common-gender
kesyFinnishadjtame
kesyFinnishadjdomesticated
kesyFinnishadjdomestic, as of animals
kingshipEnglishnounThe dignity, rank or office of a king; the state of being a king.countable uncountable
kingshipEnglishnounA monarchy.countable uncountable
kingshipEnglishnounThe territory or dominion of a king; a kingdom.countable uncountable
kiégHungarianverbto burn out (of the interiors of a building, to be completely destroyed by fire)intransitive
kiégHungarianverbto burn out (to stop working as a result of heat)intransitive
kiégHungarianverbto blow (of a fuse, to melt due to an overload of electrical current)intransitive
kiégHungarianverbto burn out, to wear out (to become exhausted, tired, fatigued, or weary, as by continued strain or exertion)figuratively intransitive
kiégHungarianverbto get blown out (of bright areas in a picture, to end up completely white without details due to overexposure)arts hobbies lifestyle photographyintransitive
kiégHungarianverbto burn out (of plants, to dry out and die due to heat damage)intransitive
kiégHungarianverbto fire (of pottery, to heat without setting on fire, as ceramic objects)intransitive
kjeftNorwegian Nynorsknouna (big) mouth (of a person or animal)colloquial masculine
kjeftNorwegian Nynorsknounscoldingcolloquial masculine uncountable
kjeftNorwegian Nynorsknounedge, thin cutting side of the blade (of an axe)masculine
kjeftNorwegian Nynorsknouna personcolloquial masculine
kjeftNorwegian Nynorskverbinflection of kjefta: / infinitivedialectal infinitive
kjeftNorwegian Nynorskverbinflection of kjefta: / imperativedialectal imperative
klassiekerDutchnouna classic (person or thing)masculine
klassiekerDutchnouna sports classic, a traditional match.hobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
klassiekerDutchnouna sports classic, a traditional match. / a match between the football clubs Ajax and Feyenoordball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportsNetherlands masculine
koloncHungariannoundead weight (a large piece of stone or iron placed as a ballast at the other end of the suspended long pole of a shadoof)
koloncHungariannoundrag (a larger piece of wood hanging around the neck of a dog or cattle to hinder the animal in running)
koloncHungariannoundrag, burden, hindrance, nuisance, dead weight, obstacleinformal of a person or thing
kontestantTagalognouncontestant (participant)
kontestantTagalognouncontestant (one who brings a legal challenge)law
korpsIndonesiannouncorps: / a battlefield formation composed of two or more divisions.government military politics war
korpsIndonesiannouncorps: / an organized group of people united by a common purpose.
krematoriumPolishnouncrematorium (place where dead bodies are cremated)neuter
krematoriumPolishnouncrematorium (building with ovens used by the Nazis to destroy the bodies of people subjected to mass extermination in concentration camps)Nazism historical neuter
kuinIngrianadvhow?
kuinIngrianadvhow
kuinIngrianadvlike
kupunaHawaiiannoungrandparent
kupunaHawaiiannounancestor
kūrtProto-Turkicnounwormreconstruction
kūrtProto-Turkicnounwolfreconstruction
labsLatvianadjgood ((of people) following accepted moral rules, treating others in a sensitive, kind, friendly way; (of their actions) typical of such people)
labsLatvianadjgood ((of people) among whom there is harmony, understanding, friendly relations; (of their actions, relations) typical of such people)
labsLatvianadjgood, tame, peacefulof animals
labsLatvianadjgood (who carry out their duties skillfully, conscientiously)of people
labsLatvianadjgood (appropriately fulfilling or corresponding to certain requirements or expectations; pleasant, causing pleasure)
labsLatvianadjgood (performing its functions appropriately, developing normally, as expected)of the body
labsLatvianadjgood (relatively large, long, above average; (of time periods) complete, full)
labsLatvianadjfor the good of, for the benefit ofin the locative singular as a postposition
labsLatvianadjright, right-hand side
lacunosoItalianadjfull of gaps, gappy; incomplete
lacunosoItalianadjlacunosebiology botany natural-sciences
lakoTagalognounmerchandise being peddled
lakoTagalognounpeddling; selling of merchandise from place to place
lakoTagalognounpart of the arm opposite the elbowanatomy medicine sciences
lampoItaliannounflashmasculine
lampoItaliannounlightningmasculine
lampoItaliannounzippermasculine
lampoItalianadjlightning (military)invariable
lao đaoVietnameseadjunsteady; unstablerare
lao đaoVietnameseadjhard; full of hardships
larderMiddle EnglishnounA stock of meat (originally cured pork)
larderMiddle EnglishnounThe place where such a stock is made and stored.
larderMiddle EnglishnounBloodshed, killing.figuratively
laterEnglishadvcomparative form of late: more latecomparative form-of
laterEnglishadvAfterward in time (used with than when comparing with another time).
laterEnglishadvAt some unspecified time in the future.
laterEnglishadjcomparative form of late: more latecomparative form-of
laterEnglishadjComing afterward in time (used with than when comparing with another time).
laterEnglishadjComing afterward in distance (following an antecedent distance as embedded within an adverbial phrase)
laterEnglishadjAt some time in the future.
laterEnglishintjSee you later; goodbye.slang
laverEnglishnounA red alga/seaweed, Porphyra umbilicalis (syn. Porphyra laciniata), eaten as a vegetable.countable uncountable
laverEnglishnounOther seaweeds similar in appearance or use, especially: / Other seaweeds similar in appearance or use, especiallycountable uncountable
laverEnglishnounOther seaweeds similar in appearance or use, especially: / Porphyra vulgariscountable uncountable
laverEnglishnounOne who laves: a washer.
laverEnglishnounWhere one laves, a washroom, particularly a lavatorium, the washing area in a monastery.
laverEnglishnounThat which laves, particularly a washbasin.
lawyerEnglishnounA professional person with a graduate law degree that qualifies for legal work (such as Juris Doctor)
lawyerEnglishnounA professional person qualified (as by a law degree or bar exam) and authorized to practice law as an attorney-at-law, solicitor, advocate, barrister or equivalent, i.e. represent parties in lawsuits or trials and give legal advice.
lawyerEnglishnounA legal layman who argues points of law.broadly
lawyerEnglishnounThe burbot.UK colloquial
lawyerEnglishnounThe stem of a bramble.UK dialectal
lawyerEnglishnounAny of various plants that have hooked thorns. / A relative of the raspberry found in Australia and New Zealand, Rubus australis
lawyerEnglishnounAny of various plants that have hooked thorns. / Various species of Calamus, including Calamus australis, Calamus muelleri, Calamus obstruens, Calamus vitiensis, Calamus warburgii, and Calamus moti.
lawyerEnglishnounAny of various plants that have hooked thorns. / A woody climbing rainforest vine, Flagellaria indica.
lawyerEnglishverbTo practice law.informal intransitive
lawyerEnglishverbTo perform, or attempt to perform, the work of a lawyer.intransitive
lawyerEnglishverbTo make legalistic arguments.intransitive
lawyerEnglishverbTo barrage (a person) with questions in order to get them to admit something.informal transitive
leggjaNorwegian Nynorskverblay; put something in a horizontal position
leggjaNorwegian Nynorskverbto build, make.
leggjaNorwegian Nynorskverbto spread out.
leggjaNorwegian Nynorskverbto leave, leave behind
lehtEstoniannounleaf
lehtEstoniannounsheet of paper, metal, veneer etc.
lehtEstoniannounpage (e.g in a book)
lehtEstoniannounwebsite
lehtEstoniannounnewspaper
lekarzOld Polishnoundoctor (medical healer)masculine
lekarzOld Polishnoundoctor (preparer of medicines)masculine
liekkiFinnishnounflame
liekkiFinnishnounShort for liekkiviina.abbreviation alt-of dated slang
limãoPortuguesenounlemon (citrus fruit)masculine
limãoPortuguesenounlime (citrus fruit)Brazil masculine
limãoPortuguesenounlemandarin, rangpurSouth-Brazil masculine
llavënjAlbanianverbto scareArbëresh
llavënjAlbanianverbto scold, rebukeArbëresh
lluwchWelshnoundriven snow, snowdriftmasculine
lluwchWelshnoundustSouth-Wales masculine
mahońPolishnounmahogany (any of several trees of the genus Swietenia)inanimate masculine
mahońPolishnounmahogany (wood)inanimate masculine
mahońPolishnounmahogany (reddish-brown color)inanimate masculine
mahulog ang loobTagalogverbto be attached or fond towards someone (or an animal)idiomatic
mahulog ang loobTagalogverbto fall in lovebroadly idiomatic
make free withEnglishverbTo take advantage of (someone); to treat (someone) with too much familiarity, take liberties with (someone or something)
make free withEnglishverbTo exploit (something), use freely, use to one's own advantage
make free withEnglishverbTo take (something) freely, help oneself to
makimonoEnglishnounA type of Japanese hand scroll which unrolls horizontally, or laterally on a flat surface.
makimonoEnglishnounRolled sushi; makizushi.
mammee appleEnglishnounA South American fruit tree, Mammea americana
mammee appleEnglishnounThe fruit of this tree
manticeItaliannounbellows - of a furnace or an organmasculine
manticeItaliannounvestibulemasculine
manticeItaliannouncalashmasculine
marsDutchnounmarchmasculine
marsDutchintjmarch! (military command)
marsDutchnounbasket (usually worn on the back like a rucksack)feminine
marsDutchnounthe platform at the top of the lower mast of a sailing ship.nautical transportfeminine
marsDutchnounass, arseSuriname feminine vulgar
maġraMaltesenounspringarchaic feminine
maġraMaltesenouncourse, runningarchaic feminine
maŋ³¹Pelanounregion
maŋ³¹Pelanouncountry (in compounds)
maŋ³¹Pelanounprovince (in China)
medvetenSwedishadjconscious, aware; having knowledge ofnot-comparable with om
medvetenSwedishadjconscious; having experiencesnot-comparable
melodiaPortuguesenounmelody (sequence of notes that makes up a musical phrase)feminine
melodiaPortuguesenounharmony (pleasing arrangement of sounds)feminine figuratively
mestisoTagalogadjmestizo; mixed-blood; half-blooded; mixed-race; mixed heritage
mestisoTagalogadjfair-skinned malebroadly
mestisoTagalognounmestizo
mestisoTagalognounhandsome fair-skinned male, usually of mixed Filipino and white heritagebroadly
metabolaEnglishnounA change or mutation of disease, symptoms, or treatment.medicine sciencesuncountable
metabolaEnglishnounInsects that metamorphose.biology entomology natural-sciencesin-plural plural plural-only
meñiqueSpanishadjtinyfeminine masculine
meñiqueSpanishnounlittle fingermasculine
meñiqueSpanishnounlittle toe, pinky toemasculine
monelloItaliannounurchin (child of the streets)masculine
monelloItaliannounrascal, scoundrelmasculine
moorEnglishnounAn extensive waste covered with patches of heath, and having a poor, light soil, but sometimes marshy, and abounding in peat; a heath
moorEnglishnounA game preserve consisting of moorland.
moorEnglishverbTo cast anchor or become fastened.nautical transportintransitive
moorEnglishverbTo fix or secure (e.g. a vessel) in a particular place by casting anchor, or by fastening with ropes, cables or chains or the like.nautical transporttransitive
moorEnglishverbTo secure or fix firmly.transitive
mufleFrenchnounmuzzlemasculine
mufleFrenchnounboor (person)masculine
mufleFrenchadjboorish
murgAlbaniannounmonkmasculine
murgAlbaniannounloner, recluse, hermitderogatory masculine
murgAlbanianadjwretched, miserablebefore the noun colloquial usually
murgAlbanianadjdark, grey
my LadyEnglishnounUsed in direct address to female peers of the realm, usually now excluding duchesses and, potentially, the Lords Spiritual.UK
my LadyEnglishnounUsed in direct address to female bishops.UK
my LadyEnglishnounUsed in direct address to the female Lord Mayors of certain important cities, including London and Canterbury.UK
my LadyEnglishnounUsed in direct address to certain female judges, particularly High Court Judges and above.UK
myndigDanishadjof age; having reached the age of majoritynot-comparable
myndigDanishadjauthoritative; possessing, or showing signs of, authority
māoriMaoriadjnormal, usual, natural, common, ordinary
māoriMaoriadjnative, indigenous, fresh (of water), belonging to Aotearoa/New Zealand, clear, intelligible
māoriMaoriadjfreely, without restraint, without ceremony, without object, unannounced
māoriMaorinounaboriginal inhabitant, indigenous person, native (especially of the Pacific islands)
mĩ thuậtVietnamesenounsome visual arts, such as painting, drawing, sculpture, graphic design, animation, photography
mĩ thuậtVietnamesenoundrawing and paintingas a subject
nadstawiaćPolishverbto flap, to step over, to strain (to extend something deliberately in some direction)imperfective transitive
nadstawiaćPolishverbto put oneself to something deliberately in some directionimperfective reflexive with się
nadstawiaćPolishverbto expose oneself to somethingcolloquial imperfective reflexive with się
narizSpanishnounnose (organ on face)feminine
narizSpanishnounnose; smell (sense of smell)feminine
narodSerbo-Croatiannounpeople
narodSerbo-Croatiannounnation
narodSerbo-Croatiannounfolk
naryEnglishadvNot, never.not-comparable
naryEnglishadjNot any.not-comparable
nazırTurkishnounspectatordated
nazırTurkishnounsuperintendentdated
nazırTurkishnounministergovernment politicsdated
neartIrishnounstrength, force, power, abilitymasculine
neartIrishnouna large amount (followed by the genitive; usually translated into English by plenty, much, many or a lot)masculine
neartIrishnounpower to prevent, to remedymasculine
nedtegnetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of nedtegne: / simple pastpast
nedtegnetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of nedtegne: / past participleparticiple past
neufondidManxnounincapability, infirmitymasculine no-plural
neufondidManxnounineffectuality, ineffectivenessmasculine no-plural
neufondidManxnouninsufficiencymasculine no-plural
ngeuWest Makiannoundry grass
ngeuWest Makiannounfallen leaves
ngeuWest Makiannounleftovers, scraps of food
ngeuWest Makiannounrubbish
ninaCatalannounpupilanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
ninaCatalannoundollfeminine
ninaCatalannoungirl, female childdialectal feminine
nortureMiddle EnglishnounSustenance, comestibles, diet.uncountable
nortureMiddle EnglishnounThe bringing up of a child; nurture or raising.uncountable
nortureMiddle EnglishnounFormal training of the young; educating.uncountable
nortureMiddle EnglishnounCourteousness, etiquette, customs, politeness.uncountable
nortureMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of norturenalt-of alternative
now whatEnglishphraseA request, usually rhetorical, to know what, in a series of negative events, is the next negative event occurring.
now whatEnglishphraseA request for advice or instruction on what should be done, when a situation has turned negative, particularly if a contingency has failed.
nyomorultHungarianadjmiserable, wretched
nyomorultHungarianadjknavish, villainous
névjegyHungariannounbusiness card, visiting card, card (a small card with a person's name and professional information)
névjegyHungariannounsignature (a person’s name, written by that person)archaic
nġabMalteseverbmediopassive of ġabform-of mediopassive
nġabMalteseverbto get on with
obesitiSerbo-Croatianverbto hang (a man)reflexive transitive
obesitiSerbo-Croatianverbto hang, suspend (an object)transitive
octaveEnglishnounAn interval of twelve semitones spanning eight degrees of the diatonic scale, representing a doubling or halving in pitch frequency.entertainment lifestyle music
octaveEnglishnounThe pitch an octave higher than a given pitch.entertainment lifestyle music
octaveEnglishnounA coupler on an organ which allows the organist to sound the note an octave above the note of the key pressed (cf sub-octave)entertainment lifestyle music
octaveEnglishnounA poetic stanza consisting of eight lines; usually used as one part of a sonnet.communications journalism literature media poetry publishing writing
octaveEnglishnounThe eighth defensive position, with the sword hand held at waist height, and the tip of the sword out straight at knee level.fencing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
octaveEnglishnounThe day that is one week after a feast day in the Latin rite of the Catholic Church.Christianity
octaveEnglishnounAn eight-day period beginning on a feast day in the Latin rite of the Catholic Church.Christianity
octaveEnglishnounA small cask of wine, one eighth of a pipe.
octaveEnglishnounAn octonion.mathematics sciencesobsolete
octaveEnglishnounAny of a number of coherent-noise functions of differing frequency that are added together to form Perlin noise.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences signal-processing
octaveEnglishnounThe subjective vibration of a planet.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
octaveEnglishverbAlternative form of octavatealt-of alternative
octaveEnglishadjConsisting of eight; eight in number.not-comparable obsolete
odatiSerbo-Croatianverbto reveal, disclose, give away (something previously hidden)transitive
odatiSerbo-Croatianverbto betray, give awayreflexive transitive
odatiSerbo-Croatianverbto show, pay, bestow (respect, credit, honor, etc.)intransitive
odatiSerbo-Croatianverbto become addicted to (gambling, alcohol, vices etc.)reflexive
ogiveEnglishnounThe curve of a cumulative distribution function.mathematics sciences statistics
ogiveEnglishnounA Gothic pointed arch, or a rib of a Gothic vault.architecture
ogiveEnglishnounThe pointed, curved nose of a bullet, missile, or rocket.ballistics engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences physics politics tools war weaponry
ogiveEnglishnounA three-dimensional wave-bulge, characteristic of glaciers that have experienced extreme underlying topographic change.geography geology natural-sciences
okupanteTagalognounoccupant (of a house)
okupanteTagalognounoccupant (of a position)
okuparBikol Centralverbto occupy
okuparBikol Centralverbto keep someone occupied, busy
on n'a rien sans rienFrenchproverbyou don't get something for nothing, there's no such thing as a free lunch
on n'a rien sans rienFrenchproverbno pain no gain
oneiricEnglishadjOf or pertaining to dreams.
oneiricEnglishadjResembling a dream; dreamlike.
ordonansiIndonesiannounordinance, an edict or decree, authoritative order.
ordonansiIndonesiannounlegislation: law which has been enacted by legislature or other governing body.law
otravaCzechnounpoisoning, intoxicationfeminine
otravaCzechnounboredomfeminine
pagareItalianverbto pay (money, a bill, the rent, etc.) [auxiliary avere] / to pay (money, a bill, the rent, etc.)intransitive transitive
pagareItalianverbto pay fortransitive
pagareItalianverbto compensate, to repayfiguratively transitive
pagareItalianverbto pay for (to suffer the consequences of)figuratively transitive
panojaSpanishnounear of cornfeminine
panojaSpanishnouncluster of grapes or other fruitfeminine
panojaSpanishnounset of three or more anchovies fried togetherfeminine
panojaSpanishnounears of grain occurring in clustersfeminine
paramourMiddle EnglishadvIn a loving or sexual way; amorously, passionately.
paramourMiddle EnglishadvIn a kind or caring way; affectionately.
paramourMiddle EnglishadvPlease (used to make a request)
paramourMiddle EnglishnounA lover; a sexual or romantic partner: / A paramour; an illicit sexual or romantic partner.
paramourMiddle EnglishnounA lover; a sexual or romantic partner: / A term of address for someone that one loves.
paramourMiddle EnglishnounSexual, romantic or (less often) spiritual passion.
paramourMiddle EnglishnounUsed of Jesus or Maryfiguratively rare
patriotDutchnounpatriotmasculine
patriotDutchnounA republican opponent of the House of Orange-Nassau during the second half of the eighteenth century, in favour of centralisation and administrative rationalisation.Netherlands historical masculine
patriotDutchnouncompatriotmasculine obsolete
patriotDutchadjpatrioticnot-comparable obsolete
pendleNorwegian Nynorskverbto commute
pendleNorwegian Nynorskverbto oscillate
perchentyaethWelshnounthe condition of being a householder.masculine uncountable
perchentyaethWelshnounstatus of a householder.masculine uncountable
perchentyaethWelshnounhospitalitymasculine uncountable
perchentyaethWelshnounwelcomemasculine uncountable
perchentyaethWelshnounhouse-ownershipmasculine uncountable
perchentyaethWelshnoundistributism (notably as the ideology of Saunders Lewis)government politicsmasculine uncountable
periodicalEnglishnounA publication issued regularly, but less frequently than daily.
periodicalEnglishnounA regularly issued thematic publication that contains the most current information in its field, often the primary means for communication of original scholarship or creative work at the cutting edge of research in its field.
periodicalEnglishadjPeriodic.
periodicalEnglishadjPublished at regular intervals of more than one day, especially weekly, monthly, or quarterly.
periodicalEnglishadjOf, or relating to such a publication.
periphrasticEnglishadjExpressed in more words than are necessary.
periphrasticEnglishadjIndirect in naming an entity; circumlocutory.
periphrasticEnglishadjCharacterized by periphrasis.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
perlavarPortugueseverbto cleanse
perlavarPortugueseverbto purify
pešiakSlovaknouninfantrymananimate masculine
pešiakSlovaknounpawnboard-games chess gamesanimate masculine
pickedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of pickform-of participle past
pickedEnglishadjHaving a pick, or a particular number/type of pick (in any sense of the word)in combinations often
pickedEnglishadjChosen; selected.
pickedEnglishadjPlayed by picking the stringsentertainment lifestyle music
pickedEnglishadjHaving a pike or spine on the back.biology natural-sciences zoologyof fishes
pickedEnglishadjfine; spruce; smart; precise; daintyobsolete
pickedEnglishadjpointed; sharpobsolete
pics or it didn't happenEnglishphraseUsed to request a picture of a reported event, especially on an Internet forum.Internet humorous
pics or it didn't happenEnglishphraseUsed to demand verifiable evidence for a statement.Internet humorous
pitkinFinnishadjinstructive plural of pitkäform-of instructive plural
pitkinFinnishpostpalong (in a line with, with a progressive motion on)with-partitive
pitkinFinnishpostpalong (by the length of; in a line with the length of; lengthwise next to)with-partitive
platformizationEnglishnounThe increasing domination of the Internet by a number of large companies whose products function as markets for content.Internet uncountable
platformizationEnglishnounConversion into a self-contained platform.Internet uncountable
plusLatinadjcomparative degree of multus / more, additionallydeclension-3
plusLatinadjcomparative degree of multus / furtherdeclension-3
pocCatalandetlittle, not much
pocCatalandetfew, not many
pocCatalandeta few, not a lot of
pocCatalanadvlittle, not much
pocCatalanadvrarely, not often
pohovCzechnounrestinanimate masculine
pohovCzechnounstanding easyinanimate masculine
poisserFrenchverbto make stickytransitive
poisserFrenchverbto nab (apprehend)transitive
poisserFrenchverbto be stickyintransitive
politicalEnglishadjConcerning or relating to politics, the art and process of governing.
politicalEnglishadjConcerning a polity or its administrative components.
politicalEnglishadjMotivated, especially inappropriately, by political (electoral; or, more generally, power, standing, influence or conflict) calculation.derogatory
politicalEnglishadjOf or relating to views about social relationships that involve power, standing, influence or conflict.
politicalEnglishadjInterested in politics.of a person
politicalEnglishnounA political agent or officer.
politicalEnglishnounA publication focusing on politics.
pollancreCatalannounany poplar tree, especially the black poplar (Populus nigra)masculine
pollancreCatalannounpoplar woodmasculine
pomścićPolishverbto avenge (to take vengeance for)literary perfective transitive
pomścićPolishverbto get one's own back, to avenge oneselfliterary perfective reflexive with się
poniektóryPolishadjSynonym of niektórynot-comparable
poniektóryPolishpronSynonym of niektóry
poslušnýCzechadjobedient
poslušnýCzechadjsubmissive, docile, pliable
possiblesEnglishnounplural of possibleform-of plural
possiblesEnglishnounThe essential personal equipment carried by an American frontiersman
post-ironyEnglishnounA state in which earnest and ironic intents become muddled.countable uncountable
post-ironyEnglishnounA return from irony to earnestness.countable uncountable
postuloLatinverbto demand, ask, request, desireconjugation-1
postuloLatinverbto pretend, claimconjugation-1
postuloLatinverbto prosecute, accuse, impeach, sueconjugation-1
postuloLatinverbto contain, measureconjugation-1 of things
postuloLatinverbto need, require, call for, demandconjugation-1 of things
poveritiSerbo-Croatianverbto entrust, confideintransitive transitive
poveritiSerbo-Croatianverbto confide inreflexive
połownikPolishnounsharecropperagriculture business lifestylemasculine person
połownikPolishnounmixture of half oats and half barleyagriculture business lifestylemasculine person
priapicEnglishadjPhallic.
priapicEnglishadjIn a state of penile erection.
priapicEnglishadjRelated to or overly concerned with male sexual activity or exhibiting excessive male sexual activity.
priapicEnglishadjExcessively masculine; excessively concerned with masculinity.
prisetitiSerbo-Croatianverbto remember, recallgenitive reflexive
prisetitiSerbo-Croatianverbto remindintransitive transitive
privatSwedishadjprivate (not done in the view of others)
privatSwedishadjprivately owned, privately held (not public)
privatSwedishadvprivately
produktCzechnounproduct (commodity for sale)inanimate masculine
produktCzechnounproductchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesinanimate masculine
profligoLatinverbto strike or dash to the groundconjugation-1
profligoLatinverbto overthrow, overcome, conquerconjugation-1
profligoLatinverbto finish, conclude, resolve, put an end toconjugation-1
profligoLatinverbto dishearten, debaseconjugation-1
prùvulaSiciliannounThe fine particles which are the result of reducing a dry substance by pounding, grinding, or triturating, or the result of decay; dust.feminine
prùvulaSiciliannounAn explosive mixture used in gunnery, blasting, etc.; gunpowder.feminine in particular
psiholoģisksLatvianadjpsychologic, psychological (relating to psychology)
psiholoģisksLatvianadjpsychological, mental, psychical (relating to the human psyche)
psiholoģisksLatvianadjpsychological (reflecting the human psyche)
pudorLatinnounA sense of shame; shamefacedness, shyness; ignominy, disgrace; humiliation.declension-3 masculine
pudorLatinnounModesty, decency, propriety, scrupulousness, chastity.declension-3 masculine
pudorLatinnounA blush.declension-3 masculine
puwestoBikol Centraladjready; prepared
puwestoBikol Centralnounpreparation
puwestoBikol Centralnounplace; location
puwestoBikol Centralverbto prepare, to ready
puwestoBikol Centralverbto set the table
puwestoBikol Centralverbto serve someone (any commodities)
puzzoItaliannounsmell, stink, stenchmasculine
puzzoItaliannounhint, suspicion, inklingfiguratively masculine
puzzoItaliannounan annoyingly excessive fuss (about something)figuratively masculine rare
puzzoItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of puzzarefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 膀
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 磅
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鰟/鳑
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 仾
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 倢
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 傆
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 厐
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 厖
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嫎
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 尣
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 龐/庞
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 庬
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 彷
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 徬
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 房
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 方
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 旁
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 榕
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 碿
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 篣
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 胮
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 腴
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 舽
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蒡
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 螃
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 逄
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 逢
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 雱
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 霶
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 騯/𬴅
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 髈/膀
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鰗/𬶞
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鳐
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 龎/厐
pángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 㑂
pãreacljiAromaniannounpairfeminine
pãreacljiAromaniannouncouplefeminine
públicoPortugueseadjpublic (pertaining to the affairs of all people)
públicoPortugueseadjpublic (open to general view)
públicoPortugueseadjpublic (provided by the government)
públicoPortuguesenounpeople (human beings considered generally or collectively)masculine
públicoPortuguesenounaudience (group of people listening to a performance, speech etc.)masculine
rajjaPalinounkingship, rule, reignneuter
rajjaPalinounkingdomneuter
rastSwedishnouna break (rest or pause, usually from work)common-gender countable uncountable
rastSwedishnounrecess, break, breaktime (between classes in school)common-gender countable uncountable
reietCatalannounDiminutive of rei (“king”)diminutive form-of masculine
reietCatalannounpenny (a former copper coin of Spain equal in value to 1/100th, 1/50th, or 1/20th of a peseta)masculine
reietCatalannounkingletValencia masculine
reisenMiddle Dutchverbto travel, to go on a journey
reisenMiddle Dutchverbto go on a (military) expedition
religiuloEsperantonouncleric
religiuloEsperantonounreligious person, believer
resepsiyonTagalognounreception (receiving and entertaining of visitors)
resepsiyonTagalognounparty; reception
resepsiyonTagalognouncelebration
respondecoEsperantonounresponsibility
respondecoEsperantonounaccountability
retsLatvianadjthin, sparse (formed of a number of similar elements placed at a relatively large distance from one another)
retsLatvianadjsparse (not close to one another)
retsLatvianadjthin (with gaps, spaces between the threads)of fabric
retsLatvianadjthin (not concentrated)of gazes usually
retsLatvianadjthin (having few members)of groups of people
retsLatvianadjrare (of which there is only a small number)
retsLatvianadjrare, infrequent, uncommon (not widely known, distributed, used)
retsLatvianadjrare, uncommon (not normal, not ordinary)
retsLatvianadjrare one(s) (only a few, not many)
retsLatvianadjrare, infrequent (repeated only after long intervals)
retsLatvianadjrare (which appears, happens infrequently)
rhithWelshnounform, guisemasculine
rhithWelshnoundisguise, illusionmasculine
roulerFrenchverbto roll
roulerFrenchverbto revolve
roulerFrenchverbto go (of events, to proceed)colloquial
roulerFrenchverbto work, to functionof a vehicle
roulerFrenchverbto ride; to drive (a vehicle)intransitive
roulerFrenchverbto dupe, to trickcolloquial
rusaEsperantoadjRussian
rusaEsperantoadjClipping of la rusa lingvo (“the Russian language”)abbreviation alt-of clipping
ruxirGalicianverbto sound / to roarintransitive
ruxirGalicianverbto sound / to rumble, growlintransitive
ruxirGalicianverbto sound / to humintransitive
ruxirGalicianverbto sound / to buzzintransitive
ruxirGalicianverbto sound / to rustleintransitive
ruxirGalicianverbto sound / to jingleintransitive
ruxirGalicianverbto sound / to crackintransitive
ruxirGalicianverbto blow one's nosereflexive
saalisFinnishnounprey, catch
saalisFinnishnounkill (result of killing; that which has been killed)
saalisFinnishnounloot, plunder, booty
sabrosoSpanishadjdelicious, tasty, toothsome
sabrosoSpanishadjagreeable, pleasant
salmeNorwegian Nynorsknounhymnlifestyle religionmasculine
salmeNorwegian Nynorsknounpsalmbiblical lifestyle religionmasculine
salvationEnglishnounThe process of being saved, the state of having been saved (from hell).lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
salvationEnglishnounThe process of being restored or made new for the purpose of becoming saved; the process of being rid of the old poor quality conditions and becoming improved.countable uncountable
salvationEnglishverbTo save, in the religious sense; to bring to salvation.rare
sanakIndonesiannounfamily
sanakIndonesiannounrelative
saoghalScottish Gaelicnounworld, universe, earthmasculine
saoghalScottish Gaelicnounlife, lifetimemasculine
saoghalScottish Gaelicnounage, generationdated masculine
saoghalScottish Gaelicnounmeans, subsistence, riches, occupationdated masculine
sapEnglishnounThe juice of plants of any kind, especially the ascending and descending juices or circulating fluid essential to nutrition.uncountable
sapEnglishnounThe sapwood, or alburnum, of a tree.uncountable
sapEnglishnounAny juice.countable uncountable
sapEnglishnounVitality.countable figuratively uncountable
sapEnglishnounA naive person; a simpleton.countable slang
sapEnglishverbTo drain, suck or absorb from (tree, etc.).transitive
sapEnglishverbTo exhaust the vitality of.figuratively transitive
sapEnglishnounA short wooden club; a leather-covered hand weapon; a blackjack.US countable slang
sapEnglishverbTo strike with a sap (with a blackjack).slang transitive
sapEnglishnounA narrow ditch or trench made from the foremost parallel toward the glacis or covert way of a besieged place by digging under cover of gabions, etc.government military politics war
sapEnglishverbTo subvert by digging or wearing away; to mine; to undermine; to destroy the foundation of.transitive
sapEnglishverbTo pierce with saps.government military politics wartransitive
sapEnglishverbTo make unstable or infirm; to unsettle; to weaken.transitive
sapEnglishverbTo gradually weaken.transitive
sapEnglishverbTo proceed by mining, or by secretly undermining; to execute saps.intransitive
sataruTernatenounenemy
sataruTernatenounanimosity
schavenDutchverbto plane, to gratetransitive
schavenDutchverbto smoothtransitive
schavenDutchverbto rub roughly, over a rough surfaceintransitive
schavenDutchnounplural of schaafform-of plural
schuimDutchnounfoam, frothneuter uncountable
schuimDutchnouna type of spongy sweets, made of albumen and sugar (as a countable object always diminutive)neuter uncountable
schuimDutchnounscum, rabble, crooksneuter uncountable
schuimDutchnounimpurity, flaw, especially in (molten) metalneuter uncountable
scompigliareItalianverbto mess uptransitive
scompigliareItalianverbto ruffle (the hair), to disheveltransitive
scompigliareItalianverbto upset, to confusefiguratively transitive
scopeEnglishnounThe breadth, depth or reach of a subject; a domain.countable uncountable
scopeEnglishnounA device used in aiming a projectile, through which the person aiming looks at the intended target.engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrycountable uncountable
scopeEnglishnounOpportunity; broad range; degree of freedom.countable uncountable
scopeEnglishnounThe region of program source code in which a given identifier is meaningful, or a given object can be accessed.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencescountable uncountable
scopeEnglishnounThe shortest sub-wff of which a given instance of a logical connective is a part.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
scopeEnglishnounThe region of an utterance to which some modifying element applies.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
scopeEnglishnounA periscope, telescope, microscope or oscilloscope.countable slang uncountable
scopeEnglishnounAny medical procedure that ends in the suffix -scopy, such as endoscopy, colonoscopy, bronchoscopy, etc.medicine sciencescolloquial countable uncountable
scopeEnglishverbTo perform a cursory investigation of; scope out.informal transitive
scopeEnglishverbTo perform any medical procedure that ends in the suffix -scopy, such as endoscopy, colonoscopy, bronchoscopy, etc.medicine sciencescolloquial
scopeEnglishverbTo define the scope of something.
scopeEnglishverbTo limit (an object or variable) to a certain region of program source code.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
scopeEnglishverbTo examine under a microscope.informal
scopeEnglishverbTo observe a bird using a spotting scope.biology birdwatching natural-sciences ornithologyinformal
scopeEnglishnounA bundle, as of twigs.obsolete
selenicEnglishadjOf or relating to the Moon.
selenicEnglishadjOf, pertaining to or containing selenium, especially in a higher oxidation state than the corresponding selenious compoundchemistry inorganic-chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
self-standingEnglishadjStanding or existing by one's own power, ability or competence; not reliant on others; independent.not-comparable
self-standingEnglishadjLacking affixes; being a stem.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
sentralNorwegian Bokmåladjcentral
sentralNorwegian Bokmålnouna centre (UK) or center (US) (a central point in a business or organisation)masculine
sentralNorwegian Bokmålnounan exchange (such as a telephone exchange)masculine
seriPaliadjinflection of serin (“independent”): ## vocative singular masculine ## nominative/vocative singular neuter / vocative singular masculineform-of masculine singular vocative
seriPaliadjinflection of serin (“independent”): ## vocative singular masculine ## nominative/vocative singular neuter / nominative/vocative singular neuterform-of neuter nominative singular vocative
shambuliziSwahilinounattackclass-5 class-6 plural-normally
shambuliziSwahilinounattackball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportsclass-5 class-6 plural-normally
sidellWelshnounwheelfeminine not-mutable
sidellWelshnounwhorlfeminine not-mutable
sinceritàItaliannounsincerityfeminine invariable
sinceritàItaliannoungenuinenessfeminine invariable
sindssygDanishadjinsane (exhibiting unsoundness or disorder of mind; not sane)
sindssygDanishadjinsane (characterized by insanity or the utmost folly)
sistematizarPortugueseverbto systematize (to arrange into a systematic order)
sistematizarPortugueseverbto make a process systematic, procedural, methodic
skutъProto-Slavicnounedge, hem, train (of a cloth) / ribbon, apronreconstruction
skutъProto-Slavicnounedge, hem, train (of a cloth) / piece of clothreconstruction
skutъProto-Slavicnounlapreconstruction
sliasaidIrishnounthigh, sidefeminine
sliasaidIrishnounledge, shelffeminine
smakenMiddle EnglishverbTo have a taste; to taste (something).intransitive transitive
smakenMiddle EnglishverbTo smell (of); to emit or sample an odour.intransitive rare transitive
smakenMiddle EnglishverbTo be contaminated by; to be blemished with.rare transitive
smasherEnglishnounSomething that, or someone who, smashes.countable uncountable
smasherEnglishnounSomething that, or someone who, smashes. / A person employed to break up waste rock.business miningcountable historical uncountable
smasherEnglishnounAn attractive person (see also smashing).countable slang uncountable
smasherEnglishnounAnything very large or extraordinary; a whopper.countable dated slang uncountable
smasherEnglishnounOne who passes counterfeit coins.UK countable obsolete slang uncountable
smasherEnglishnounThe counterfeit money itself.UK countable obsolete slang uncountable
smousEnglishnounA peddler.South-Africa historical
smousEnglishnounA Jew from Germany or Eastern Europe.South-Africa historical
smousEnglishverbTo go about selling goods, as an itinerant peddler.South-Africa historical
sneieNorwegian Nynorskverbto cut or slice on the slant
sneieNorwegian Nynorskverbto cut across, walk obliquely
sneieNorwegian Nynorskverbto gibe, sneer, reproach
social democracyEnglishnounA moderate political philosophy or ideology that aims to achieve socialist (socialistic) goals within a democratic society and a liberal democracy such as by means of a strong welfare state and regulation of private industry.countable uncountable
social democracyEnglishnounA society based on this ideology.countable uncountable
softenEnglishverbTo make something soft or softer.transitive
softenEnglishverbTo undermine the morale of someone (often soften up).transitive
softenEnglishverbTo make less harshtransitive
softenEnglishverbTo become soft or softerintransitive
softenEnglishverbTo become or make (a consonant) more lenis, to lenite.human-sciences linguistics phonology sciencesintransitive transitive
softenEnglishverbTo palatalize.
solsonencCatalanadjof, from or relating to Solsona, Lleida
solsonencCatalanadjof, from or relating to Solsonès
solsonencCatalannounnative or inhabitant of Solsona, Lleida (male or of unspecified gender)masculine
solsonencCatalannounnative or inhabitant of Solsonès (male or of unspecified gender)masculine
sovraccaricareItalianverbto overloadalso figuratively transitive
sovraccaricareItalianverbto overstamphobbies lifestyle philatelytransitive
spikSwedishnounnail; spike-shaped metal fastenercommon-gender countable uncountable
spikSwedishnounan (almost) fail-safe bet.common-gender
spikSwedishnouna straight bet; betting on only a single horse in a racecommon-gender
spikSwedishnounhole in one (in miniature golf)common-gender
spikSwedishnouncompletely, utterlycommon-gender in some compounds
spikSwedishnouna rod of iron used in manual production of glass objects. May have all kinds of length and diameter, and can be used in many different ways. May be hollow inside, but must never have any hole on the tip. Must not be confused with puntel and the glass-blower pipe.arts crafts glassblowing hobbies lifestylecommon-gender
spojkaCzechnounconnectorfeminine
spojkaCzechnounconjunctiongrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesfeminine
spojkaCzechnounconnectivehuman-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencesfeminine
spojkaCzechnounclutch (device to interrupt power transmission or the pedal controlling it)engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesfeminine
spojkaCzechnounpoint of contact, messenger (an intermediary responsible for communication)feminine
spojkaCzechnounconvex lensengineering natural-sciences optics physical-sciences physicsfeminine
spojkaCzechnounshortstopball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle softball sportsfeminine
spojkaCzechnounhalf-backball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sportsfeminine
sprutenMiddle EnglishverbTo emerge or sprout; to begin to grow (of plants).
sprutenMiddle EnglishverbTo experience growth or growing; to mature.
sprutenMiddle EnglishverbTo plant; to tend to plants.rare
sraćPolishverbto shit (to defecate)imperfective intransitive vulgar
sraćPolishverbto not care [+ na (accusative) = about something] / to not careimperfective intransitive vulgar
sraćPolishverbto freak out, to be very afraidimperfective reflexive vulgar with się
stadfestetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of stadfeste: / simple pastpast
stadfestetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of stadfeste: / past participleparticiple past
stay tunedEnglishverbTo remain as a listener or viewer of the particular radio station or television channel to which one is currently paying attention.idiomatic
stay tunedEnglishverbTo wait or remain alert (for new developments or for further information).as imperative broadly idiomatic often
stikkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto sting
stikkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto stab
stikkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto thrust
stikkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto stick
stikkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto prick
stikkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto prod, poke
stikkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto protrude
stikkaNorwegian Nynorskverbto go away quickly, to scarper
still waterEnglishnounWater with no carbonation.countable uncountable
still waterEnglishnounA part of a stream where no current is visible.countable uncountable
stilleMiddle Englishadjsilent, noiseless
stilleMiddle Englishadvsilently, noiselessly
stilleMiddle Englishnouncalm (after a storm)rare uncountable
stōwōProto-Germanicnouna place, location, sitefeminine reconstruction
stōwōProto-Germanicnounstowagefeminine reconstruction
subirGalicianverbto ascend, go up
subirGalicianverbto climb
subirGalicianverbto mount
subirGalicianverbto uploadcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
subirGalicianverbto flowof the tide
submissiounMiddle EnglishnounLegal submission to the decisions of someone else.law
submissiounMiddle EnglishnounHumbleness, loyalty, submission, or an act demonstrating such behaviour.rare
suholCebuanonounwage; pay
suholCebuanonouncompensation (reward for some loss or service)
suholCebuanonounbribe
suholCebuanoverbto compensate (pay or reward in exchange for work done or some other consideration)
suholCebuanoverbto bribe
suolaFinnishnounsalt (common table salt, sodium chloride, NaCl)
suolaFinnishnounsalt (chemical compound formed from the reaction of an acid with a base)
suolaFinnishnounsaltcomputing cryptography engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
sychdwrWelshnoundrought, ariditymasculine not-mutable uncountable
sychdwrWelshnoundrought, dryness (one of the four qualities of matter in medieval proto-science)historical masculine not-mutable uncountable
sycophantEnglishnounOne who uses obsequious compliments to gain self-serving favour or advantage from another; a servile flatterer.
sycophantEnglishnounOne who seeks to gain through the powerful and influential.
sycophantEnglishnounAn informer; a talebearer.obsolete
sycophantEnglishverbTo inform against; hence, to calumniate.obsolete transitive
sycophantEnglishverbTo play the sycophant toward; to flatter obsequiously.rare transitive
săblăzniRomanianverbto fall into sin, to morally decayconjugation-4 obsolete reflexive
săblăzniRomanianverbto lead into sin, lead astrayconjugation-4 obsolete transitive
săblăzniRomanianverbto renounce, disown, deny [+ de (object, in all attestations referring to God)] / to renounce, disown, denyconjugation-4 obsolete reflexive
săblăzniRomanianverbto have nocturnal emissionconjugation-4 obsolete reflexive
səfərAzerbaijaninountravel
səfərAzerbaijaninounjourney, trip
səfərAzerbaijaninountime (instance or occurrence)
səfərAzerbaijaninounBir kərə yüksələn bayraq bir daha enməz. ― The flag once raised will never fall again.
səfərAzerbaijaninounAdama neçə dəfə deyərlər? ― How many times do I have to tell you? (literally, “How many times shall one tell a person?”).
səfərAzerbaijaninounkeçən səfər ― last time
səfərAzerbaijaninoungələn səfər ― next time
səfərAzerbaijaninounbu səfər ― this time
səfərAzerbaijaninounvisit (an official such, i.e. one of a president to another country)
tabaBikol Centralnounfat, lard
tabaBikol Centralnounfatness (of a person, animal)
tabaBikol Centralnoungrease (for food, meat)
tabaBikol Centralnounrichness; fertility (for soil)
tadpoleEnglishnounA young toad or frog in its larval stage of development that lives in water, has a tail and no legs, and, like a fish, breathes through gills.
tadpoleEnglishnounThe aquatic larva of any amphibian.broadly
tadpoleEnglishnounA type of cargo bike that has two wheels in front and one in back.
tadpoleEnglishnounA child's basic drawing of a human being, having a detailed head but only sticks for the body and limbs.human-sciences psychology sciences
tadpoleEnglishnounA small child.informal
tadpoleEnglishnounAn insignificant person.derogatory informal
taguyodTagalognounpatronage; support (given to a project, program, etc.)
taguyodTagalognounact of bringing to completion or carrying out
tailleEnglishnounA form of taxation levied on the land of peasants in pre-Revolutionary France.countable historical uncountable
tailleEnglishnounThe tenor voice or part, especially the part for the tenor viol or viola.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable obsolete uncountable
taliwasBikol Centraladjcompleted
taliwasBikol Centraladjfinished, over
tarsalEnglishadjOf or relating to the tarsus.anatomy biology medicine natural-sciences sciences zoology zootomynot-comparable
tarsalEnglishadjBeing or relating to plates of dense connective tissue that serve to stiffen the eyelids.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
tarsalEnglishnounEllipsis of tarsal bone.anatomy biology medicine natural-sciences sciences zoology zootomyabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
tarsalEnglishnounEllipsis of tarsal muscle.anatomy medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
taumijanąProto-Germanicverbto bridlereconstruction
taumijanąProto-Germanicverbto lead by the reinsreconstruction
taṃPaliadvthere
taṃPaliadvtherefore
taṃPaliadjmasculine/feminine accusative singular of ta (“that”)accusative demonstrative feminine form-of masculine singular
taṃPaliadjneuter nominative/accusative singular of ta (“that”)accusative demonstrative form-of neuter nominative singular
taṃPalipronaccusative singular of ta (“it, that, him”)accusative demonstrative form-of singular
taṃPalipronaccusative singular of tā (“her”)accusative demonstrative form-of singular
taṃPalipronaccusative singular of tvaṃ (“you”)accusative form-of personal singular
tektiLithuanianverbto be granted
tektiLithuanianverbto be, to become due, to unexpectedly have to
tektiLithuanianverbto happen to, to experience by chance; to receive fortune of
tektiLithuanianverbto be enough ofobsolete
tenantFrenchnounadvocate, supportermasculine
tenantFrenchnouna single contiguous piece, especially of landmasculine
tenantFrenchnounthe land adjoining a property along its longer sidesin-plural masculine
tenantFrenchnountenant, holder (host of a medieval tournament who took on challengers)historical masculine
tenantFrenchnountenant (holder of a lease)lawdated masculine
tenantFrenchnounsupportergovernment heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsmasculine
tenantFrenchverbpresent participle of tenirform-of participle present
teyitTurkishnounconfirming, corroborating; confirmation, corroboration
teyitTurkishnounsupporting; supportarchaic
theenMiddle EnglishverbTo experience success, wealth, or prosperity.
theenMiddle EnglishverbTo expand, increase, or become grown.
theenMiddle EnglishverbTo induce prosperity.Early-Middle-English rare
thornEnglishnounA sharp protective spine of a plant.biology botany natural-sciences
thornEnglishnounAny shrub or small tree that bears thorns, especially a hawthorn.
thornEnglishnounThat which pricks or annoys; anything troublesome.figuratively
thornEnglishnounA letter of Latin script (capital: Þ, small: þ), borrowed from the futhark; today used only in Icelandic to represent the voiceless dental fricative, but originally used in several early Germanic scripts, including Old English where it represented the dental fricatives that are today written th (Old English did not have phonemic voicing distinctions for fricatives).
thornEnglishverbTo pierce with, or as if with, a thorn (sharp pointed object).
thāniOld Javanesenounvillager
thāniOld Javanesenounvillage, country
thāniOld Javanesenounfield
tlacatlClassical Nahuatlnouna person, a human being
tlacatlClassical Nahuatlnouna slave (when possessed, cf. notlācauh (“he is my slave”)).
tomIrishnounbush, shrubmasculine
tomIrishnounclump, tuft, tussockmasculine
tomIrishnounAlternative form of taom (“fit, paroxysm”)alt-of alternative masculine
tomIrishverbAlternative form of tum (“dip, immerse”)alt-of alternative
tormentEnglishnounA catapult or other kind of war-engine.countable obsolete uncountable
tormentEnglishnounTorture, originally as inflicted by an instrument of torture.countable uncountable
tormentEnglishnounAny extreme pain, anguish or misery, either physical or mental.countable uncountable
tormentEnglishverbTo cause severe suffering to (stronger than to vex but weaker than to torture.)transitive
towarzyszPolishnouncompanion (someone present with another person)masculine person
towarzyszPolishnouncomrade (member of the socialist or communist party)communism government human-sciences ideology philosophy politics sciencesmasculine person
towarzyszPolishnouncompanion (object frequently with a person or activity)masculine person
towarzyszPolishnouncompanion (something inextricably linked with something else)masculine person
towarzyszPolishnounnobleman that enlists to the hussars or under an armored banner with his own posthistorical masculine obsolete person
towarzyszPolishnounjourneymanmasculine obsolete person
towarzyszPolishnounstag beginning to rut driven out of the herd by a more dominant staghobbies hunting lifestylemasculine obsolete person
transflectionEnglishnounA type of spectroscopic measurement produced by transmitting light through a sample and reflecting it back through the sample onto a probe.countable uncountable
transflectionEnglishnounA transfiguration consisting of reflection about a line combined with translation along the same line.geometry mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
transflectionEnglishnounThe coining of a new word by changing of the inflectional pattern of an existing word.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
transgrediorLatinverbto go beyond, exceedconjugation-3 deponent iō-variant
transgrediorLatinverbto step beyond, across or over, climb or pass over, crossconjugation-3 deponent iō-variant
transgrediorLatinverbto go over to another party, desertconjugation-3 deponent figuratively iō-variant
tremparCatalanverbto temperBalearic Central Valencian transitive
tremparCatalanverbto cut (a quill)Balearic Central Valencian transitive
tremparCatalanverbto tuneentertainment lifestyle musicBalearic Central Valencian transitive
tremparCatalanverbto dress, to seasonBalearic Central Mallorca Valencian transitive
tremparCatalanverbto become erect (of a penis), to get hardBalearic Central Valencian colloquial intransitive
truculênciaPortuguesenounsavagery, brutalityfeminine
truculênciaPortuguesenounperversity, wickednessfeminine
truncusLatinadjlopped, dockedadjective declension-1 declension-2
truncusLatinadjmaimed, mangled, mutilatedadjective declension-1 declension-2
truncusLatinnounA tree trunk.declension-2 masculine
truncusLatinnounThe thorax of an insect.biology natural-sciencesNew-Latin declension-2 masculine
truncusLatinnounThe trunk (torso) of the human body or other animal body.medicine sciencesNew-Latin declension-2 masculine
truncusLatinnounAn arterial trunk, such as the truncus arteriosus.medicine sciencesNew-Latin declension-2 masculine
truncusLatinnounA piece cut off.declension-2 masculine
trushelAngloromaninouncross
trushelAngloromaninounfork
tumultusLatinnounAn uproar; bustle, violent commotion, disturbance, tumult; turmoil, panic.declension-4 masculine
tumultusLatinnounA storm, tempest, thunderclap.declension-4 masculine
tumultusLatinnounA sudden outbreak of violence or an impending war; civil war; insurrection, riot, rebellion, sedition, tumult.declension-4 masculine
tumultusLatinnounDisturbance, disquietude, agitation; excitement, anxiety; fear, panic.declension-4 masculine of the mind or feelings
tumultusLatinnounConfusion, muddle, disorder.declension-4 masculine of speech
tumé iteLadinverbto occur (to somebody), to come (to somebody); to come to mindGherdëina
tumé iteLadinverbto rememberGherdëina
tumé iteLadinverbto fall intoGherdëina
tumé iteLadinverbto fall for, to be deceived byGherdëina
turbamentoItaliannoundisturbance, breachmasculine
turbamentoItaliannounanxiety, upsettingmasculine
tähän mennessäFinnishadvso far, thus far, heretofore, until now, as yetnot-comparable
tähän mennessäFinnishadvby nownot-comparable
unanimisLatinadjunanimous (acting in accord)declension-3 two-termination
unanimisLatinadjharmoniousdeclension-3 two-termination
undanröjaSwedishverbclear away
undanröjaSwedishverbobviate
undanröjaSwedishverbset aside, quash (for example a verdict)law
unseretwegenGermanadvbecause of us, for our sake
unseretwegenGermanadvas far as we are concerned (we don't mind if); for all we care
upokorzyćPolishverbto humiliate, to put down, to debase, to degrade, to cheapenperfective transitive
upokorzyćPolishverbto humiliate oneselfperfective reflexive with się
uprzykrzaćPolishverbto render unpleasantimperfective transitive
uprzykrzaćPolishverbto become unpleasantimperfective reflexive with się
uraibuSwahilinouna chewing-package from combining betel (tambuu, thambuu), betel nut (popoo), lime (chokaa) and tobacco (tumbako)class-11 class-12 class-14 no-plural
uraibuSwahilinouncatechu, a chewing-mixture obtained from Senegalia catechuclass-11 class-12 class-14 no-plural
uraibuSwahilinounaddictionclass-11 class-12 class-14 no-plural
use caseEnglishnounA potential scenario in which a system receives an external request (such as user input) and responds to it.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences software
use caseEnglishnounA usage scenario for a piece of software; often used in the plural to suggest situations where a piece of software may be useful.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences software
use caseEnglishnounA usage scenario for a product, such as a piece of equipment or a tool.
uísquePortuguesenounwhiskey (a type of alcoholic drink)masculine uncountable
uísquePortuguesenouna bottle of whiskymasculine
uómKaripúna Creole Frenchnounman
uómKaripúna Creole Frenchnounhusband
vacakHungarianadjtrashy, lousy, rotten, worthless, poor
vacakHungarianadjdespicableof a person
vacakHungarianadjstupid, bad (emphasizing disparagement)of an object
vacakHungariannounjunk, trash (a worthless thing)
vagabonderFrenchverbto walk about, wander
vagabonderFrenchverbto roam, wander, walk the earth
vagonoEsperantonouncoach, carriage, wagon
vagonoEsperantonouncar (of a train)
valfångareSwedishnouna whaler (one who hunts whales)common-gender
valfångareSwedishnouna whaler (vessel used for hunting whales)common-gender
vamosPortugueseverbinflection of ir: ## first-person plural present indicative/subjunctive ## first-person plural imperative / first-person plural present indicative/subjunctivefirst-person form-of indicative plural present subjunctive
vamosPortugueseverbinflection of ir: ## first-person plural present indicative/subjunctive ## first-person plural imperative / first-person plural imperativefirst-person form-of imperative plural
vamosPortugueseverbforms the analytic first-person plural imperative: let'sauxiliary followed by infinitive
vamosPortugueseintjlet's go
vamosPortugueseintjcome on! (an expression of encouragement)
vastedadSpanishnounextension, widthfeminine uncountable
vastedadSpanishnounvastness, broadnessfeminine uncountable
verruwenDutchverbto grow rough or unevenintransitive
verruwenDutchverbto roughen, to unsmoothtransitive
verruwenDutchverbto become or make less civilintransitive transitive
vineMiddle Englishnoungrapevine
vineMiddle Englishnounvineyard
vineMiddle Englishnounsiege enginegovernment military politics war
vineMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of wyn (“wine”)alt-of alternative
vineMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of vynyalt-of alternative
virkaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of virke: / simple pastpast
virkaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of virke: / past participleparticiple past
vivacitàItaliannounliveliness, vivacityfeminine invariable
vivacitàItaliannounkeennessfeminine invariable
vivacitàItaliannounvividness, brilliancefeminine invariable
wackadoodleEnglishadjCrazy, irrational, or eccentric.derogatory slang
wackadoodleEnglishnounA crazy, irrational, or eccentric person.derogatory slang
waferEnglishnounA light, thin, flat biscuit/cookie.
waferEnglishnounA thin disk of consecrated unleavened bread used in communion.Christianity
waferEnglishnounA soft disk originally made of flour, and later of gelatin or a similar substance, used to seal letters, attach papers etc.
waferEnglishnounA thin disk of silicon or other semiconductor on which an electronic circuit is produced.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
waferEnglishverbTo seal or fasten with a wafer.transitive
wakacjePolishnounsummer school break in Poland, between late June and September 1lawnonvirile
wakacjePolishnounany similar long period of summer holiday, especially in an educational settingeducationnonvirile
werfanOld High Germanverbto (transitive) throw
werfanOld High Germanverbto (transitive) tear
weśmaOld Javanesenounhouse
weśmaOld Javanesenoundwelling
wikiEnglishnounA collaborative website which can be directly edited merely by using a web browser, often by anyone with access to it.
wikiEnglishverbTo research on Wikipedia or some similar wiki.intransitive transitive
wikiEnglishverbTo contribute to a wiki.intransitive
wikiEnglishverbTo participate in the wiki-based production of.transitive
wombedMiddle EnglishadjPossessing a stomach.Late-Middle-English
wombedMiddle EnglishadjHaving a stomach with the respective qualiry.in-compounds with other adjective
yaşTurkishadjfresh, wet, moist
yaşTurkishnounage (length of time for which something has existed or been alive at a given moment)
yaşTurkishnountear
ysgafnWelshadjlight (not heavy)
ysgafnWelshadjlight-footed, nimble
ysgafnWelshadjlighthearted
ysgafnWelshadjmild, gentle, subtle
ysgafnWelshadjeasy
ysgafnWelshnounmow, stack, rickfeminine masculine
yȫr-Proto-Turkicverbto untiereconstruction transitive
yȫr-Proto-Turkicverbto interpretreconstruction transitive
ídolCatalannounidol (representation)masculine
ídolCatalannounidol (icon)masculine
íogaireachtIrishnoundelicacy, sensitivityfeminine
íogaireachtIrishnountouchinessfeminine
övverLimburgishadvover, above
övverLimburgishadvover (implying motion)postpositional
övverLimburgishadvremaining, left over
övverLimburgishprepabove, over (spatially)accusative dative
övverLimburgishprepabout, concerning, over, at (in reference to)
övverLimburgishprepvia, through, by way ofaccusative
övverLimburgishprepacrossaccusative
övverLimburgishprepduring, for, over a time periodaccusative
övverLimburgishprepaboutaccusative
úlceraPortuguesenounulcer (an open sore)medicine pathology sciencesfeminine
úlceraPortuguesenounany wound or injuryfeminine
überfordernGermanverbto demand or ask more of someone or something than is within her/his/its capabilities, to overexert, overwhelm, overloadtransitive weak
überfordernGermanverbto overchargeweak
ümbärtädäkProto-Finnicverbto surroundreconstruction
ümbärtädäkProto-Finnicverbto go around, passreconstruction
ümbärtädäkProto-Finnicverbto serve, be a servantreconstruction
ümbärtädäkProto-Finnicverbto understandreconstruction
đồnVietnamesenounmilitary post (bigger than a bốt)
đồnVietnamesenounstationlaw-enforcement police
đồnVietnameseverbto spread a rumour
ħonoqMalteseverbto strangle, to throttle, to choke
ħonoqMalteseverbto make hoarse voice
ħonoqMalteseverbto stall, to choke off (e.g. a development)figuratively
ħonoqMalteseverbto overcrowd, to jam (e.g. a street)figuratively
žalostitiSerbo-Croatianverbto saddentransitive
žalostitiSerbo-Croatianverbto be sad, grieved, distressedreflexive
αγριόσκυλοGreeknounsavage, fierce or wild dog
αγριόσκυλοGreeknounany of various species of wild dogspecifically
ακουμπιστήριGreeknounrest, support (something one supports themselves on by touching it)colloquial
ακουμπιστήριGreeknounwalking stick, canebroadly
ακουμπιστήριGreeknounrock (a person who provides security or support to another)figuratively
ακρογωνιαίοςGreekadjfundamental found chiefly in the masculine gender in the phrase: / fundamental found chiefly in the masculine gender in the phrasefiguratively
ακρογωνιαίοςGreekadjreferring to a cornerstone
αμάθειαGreeknounignorance
αμάθειαGreeknounilliteracy
αἰτέωAncient Greekverbto ask for, crave, demand, beg [+accusative = something], [+two accusatives = something from someone]; or with object omitted / to ask for [+accusative and infinitive = someone to do something] / to ask fortransitive usually
αἰτέωAncient Greekverbto ask for, crave, demand, beg [+accusative = something], [+two accusatives = something from someone]; or with object omitted / to postulate, assumehuman-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencestransitive usually
αἰτέωAncient Greekverbto ask for, crave, demand, beg [+accusative = something], [+two accusatives = something from someone]; or with object omittedtransitive usually
αἰτέωAncient Greekverbto ask for oneself, for one's own use or purpose, to claimtransitive
αἰτέωAncient Greekverbto have a thing begged of oneof persons
αἰτέωAncient Greekverbto have a thing begged of one / to be asked forof persons of things
γελάωAncient Greekverbto laugh
γελάωAncient Greekverbto laugh at
γελάωAncient Greekverbto laugh at / to deride
κίνησιςAncient Greeknounmotion
κίνησιςAncient Greeknoundance
κίνησιςAncient Greeknounpolitical movement, revolt
κίνησιςAncient Greeknounchange, revolution
κίνησιςAncient Greeknouninflectiongrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
κίνησιςAncient Greeknounpunitive actionlaw
καλλιέργειαGreeknounculturebiology microbiology natural-sciences
καλλιέργειαGreeknounculture, cultivationfiguratively
καλλιέργειαGreeknounculture, cultivationagriculture business horticulture lifestyle
μπόλιGreeknoungraft
μπόλιGreeknounvaccinerare
φλουρίGreeknouna gold coin of Byzantiumuncommon
φλουρίGreeknounany old gold coin
φλουρίGreeknouna coin baked in a vasilopita at New Year
χτυπητό αβγόGreeknouna dessert made by beating yolk with sugar
χτυπητό αβγόGreeknounscrambled eggsplural-normally
ПМЖRussiannouninitialism of постоя́нное ме́сто жи́тельства (postojánnoje mésto žítelʹstva): (place of) permanent residence (used in reference to people moving to another place/country, as opposed to those going for a visit)abbreviation alt-of indeclinable initialism
ПМЖRussiannounresidence permitcolloquial indeclinable
бірюзаUkrainiannounturquoise (stone)
бірюзаUkrainiannounturquoise (colour)
вескийRussianadjweighty, heavy
вескийRussianadjsubstantial, significant, seriousfiguratively
вескийRussianadjconvincing, persuasive (of an argument or reason)figuratively
видѣтиOld Church Slavonicverbto seeintransitive transitive
видѣтиOld Church Slavonicverbto look, beholdintransitive transitive
видѣтиOld Church Slavonicverbto understand, contemplateintransitive
витезMacedoniannounknight
витезMacedoniannounheropoetic
во секоја манџа – мирудијаMacedonianphrasestick one's nose into
во секоја манџа – мирудијаMacedonianphrasepoke one's nose into
вселенаMacedoniannounspace, outer space
вселенаMacedoniannoununiverse
гꙑбѣльOld Church Slavonicnoundisaster
гꙑбѣльOld Church Slavonicnounloss
дуракRussiannounfool, simpleton, idiot (stupid person with poor judgment)
дуракRussiannoundurak (a simple card game in which the last player holding cards in their hand is the loser)card-games games
жэгъуэгъуKabardiannounhatred, hate
жэгъуэгъуKabardiannounevil wisher, illwisher
забезпечуватиUkrainianverbto secure, to ensure, to guarantee (to make sure and secure)transitive
забезпечуватиUkrainianverbto provide, to supplytransitive
захоплюватиUkrainianverbto grasp, to grip, to grabtransitive
захоплюватиUkrainianverbto seize, to capture, to occupy, to usurptransitive
захоплюватиUkrainianverbto pick up, to gather uptransitive
захоплюватиUkrainianverbto detain, arrest, capturetransitive
захоплюватиUkrainianverbto appropriate another's property, seizetransitive
захоплюватиUkrainianverbto take along, take with oneselftransitive
захоплюватиUkrainianverbto perceive, to see, take in through the sensesfiguratively transitive
захоплюватиUkrainianverbto captivate, intrigue, fascinate, amazetransitive
зашевелитьсяRussianverbto begin to stir/budge
зашевелитьсяRussianverbpassive of зашевели́ть (zaševelítʹ)form-of passive
ишаретSerbo-Croatiannoungesticulationregional
ишаретSerbo-Croatiannounpresentiment, foreboding, apprehensionregional
кукурузSerbo-Croatiannouncorn
кукурузSerbo-Croatiannounmaize
кэнсэлээрийэYakutnounchancellery
кэнсэлээрийэYakutnounoffice (in general)
лаганSerbo-Croatianadjlight
лаганSerbo-Croatianadjeasy (of a task)
лаганSerbo-Croatianadjslowfiguratively
лихоUkrainiannoundisaster, calamity
лихоUkrainiannounmisfortune
лихоUkrainiannountrouble
лихоUkrainiannounevil
матовыйRussianadjmatte, dull, lustreless
матовыйRussianadjopaque, frosted
матовыйRussianadjcheckmaterelational
мьздаOld Church Slavonicnounreward, pay
мьздаOld Church Slavonicnounretribution, remuneration
мьздаOld Church Slavonicnounsalary
наголоRussianadvclose to the skin, closely shaven
наголоRussianadvnaked (of metal), drawn (of a sword), to the bare metal
небесаUkrainiannounheavens, skiesplural plural-only poetic
небесаUkrainiannounnominative/accusative plural of не́бо (nébo)accusative form-of nominative plural plural-only
обольщатьсяRussianverbto be seduced by, to be beguiled by, to succumb or give in to (as a result of seduction or deception) (+ instrumental)
обольщатьсяRussianverbpassive of обольща́ть (obolʹščátʹ)form-of passive
одљутитиSerbo-Croatianverbto calm down (to make somebody less angry)reflexive
одљутитиSerbo-Croatianverbto calm downreflexive
ойоҕостотYakutverb(usually of animals) to be wounded in the sideintransitive
ойоҕостотYakutverbto contract pneumoniaintransitive
окоOld Church Slavonicnouneyeanatomy medicine sciences
окоOld Church Slavonicnounvision, sight
опасатьсяRussianverbto be afraid of, to fear (+ genitive or за (za) + accusative)
опасатьсяRussianverbto avoid, to beware of, to refrain from (+ genitive or infinitive)
откликнутьсяRussianverbto respond, to answer (to a call, challenge, appeal, etc.)
откликнутьсяRussianverbto respond (with a letter), to comment (in the press)
откликнутьсяRussianverbto sound as an answer, to like an echoimpersonal
отрыгиватьRussianverbto regurgitate, to throw up
отрыгиватьRussianverbto burp, to belch out
поглядетьRussianverbto look, to glance
поглядетьRussianverbto look after, to take care of
подсвечиватьRussianverbto illuminate, to highlight (from below or from the side)
подсвечиватьRussianverbto light slightly or additionally
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
преломитьRussianverbto refractnatural-sciences physical-sciences physics
преломитьRussianverbto break in two, to fracturedated
преломитьRussianverbto reinterpret subjectivelyfiguratively
преломитьRussianverbto overcomeperfective
преломитьRussianverbto betray (+ dative)perfective
разрушатьсяRussianverbto go to ruin, to collapse
разрушатьсяRussianverbto fail, to fall to the ground
разрушатьсяRussianverbpassive of разруша́ть (razrušátʹ)form-of passive
расправитьсяRussianverbto beat violently, to punish
расправитьсяRussianverbto get rid of (someone) by destroying them or rendering them harmless
расправитьсяRussianverbto deal with (something), to handle (something), to manage (something)colloquial figuratively
расправитьсяRussianverbto eat up (something) without leaving a tracecolloquial figuratively
расправитьсяRussianverbto get smoothed out, to even out
расправитьсяRussianverbto become straight, to straighten out
расправитьсяRussianverbpassive of распра́вить (rasprávitʹ)form-of passive
свирецBulgariannounpiper, music playerliterally
свирецBulgariannouncurlew (wader bird of genus Numenius)broadly
случайRussiannouncase
случайRussiannounoccurrence, event
случайRussiannounoccasion
случайRussiannounopportunity, chance
справедливийUkrainianadjjust
справедливийUkrainianadjfair, equitable
съчетавамBulgarianverbto combine, to unite (to bring two or more things or activities together)transitive
съчетавамBulgarianverbto combine (to have two or more things or properties that function together)transitive
сыллааYakutverbto kisstransitive
сыллааYakutverbto snifftransitive
терористичномуUkrainianadjinflection of терористи́чний (terorystýčnyj): ## masculine/neuter dative singular ## masculine/neuter locative singular / masculine/neuter dative singulardative form-of masculine neuter singular
терористичномуUkrainianadjinflection of терористи́чний (terorystýčnyj): ## masculine/neuter dative singular ## masculine/neuter locative singular / masculine/neuter locative singularform-of locative masculine neuter singular
тхьамыкӏAdygheadjpoor (A person with little/no money or possessions)
тхьамыкӏAdygheadjpoor (A person or animal to be pitied)
тънъкBulgarianadjthin, fine, delicate
тънъкBulgarianadjslender, slim
тънъкBulgarianadjsleazy (of cloth)
тънъкBulgarianadjhigh, high-pitched, small, shrill (of a sound or voice)
тънъкBulgarianadjkeen, acute of mind
тънъкBulgarianadjfaint, subtle
тънъкBulgarianadjfine-drawn, nice
тънъкBulgarianadjastute, shrewd
тънъкBulgarianadjdiscriminating (of taste, judgment)
удосконаленняUkrainiannounverbal noun of удоскона́лити pf (udoskonályty) and удоскона́литися pf (udoskonálytysja)form-of noun-from-verb
удосконаленняUkrainiannounimprovement, enhancement, refinement
форсированиеRussiannounforcing
форсированиеRussiannounamplification, acceleration, boosting
хьэкӏапӏэAdyghenounhotel
хьэкӏапӏэAdyghenouninn
хэшӏыкӏынAdygheverbto have knowledge about some technical stuff or subject, to have an understanding about a certain subject
хэшӏыкӏынAdygheverbto feel
ՂազարոսOld ArmeniannameLazarus (the name of several biblical characters)
ՂազարոսOld Armeniannamea male given name
ագռավանալArmenianverbto become black like a crowfiguratively
ագռավանալArmenianverbto be ominous, ill-boding, sinisterfiguratively
ապաթարցOld Armeniannounapostrophegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesHellenizing-School
ապաթարցOld Armeniannounreverse sideHellenizing-School
բիրտOld Armenianadjrigid
բիրտOld Armenianadjrude, uncivilized
գիշերArmeniannounnight
գիշերArmeniannoundarknessfiguratively
գիշերArmeniannounblack amber, jetchemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences
հավայիArmenianadvuselessly, vainly, (all) for nothing, in vaincolloquial dialectal
հավայիArmenianadjidle, vain, useless, triflingcolloquial dialectal
հերArmeniannounAlternative form of հայր (hayr)alt-of alternative colloquial dialectal
հերArmenianpronwhydialectal interrogative pronoun
հերArmeniannounhair (on one's head)dated
վայրկյանArmeniannounsecondEastern-Armenian
վայրկյանArmeniannounminuteWestern-Armenian
վայրկյանArmeniannounsecond (unit of angular measure)astronomy mathematics natural-sciences sciences
վայրկյանArmeniannounmoment, second, instant, short amount of time
ցրեմOld Armenianverbto scatter, dispersetransitive
ցրեմOld Armenianverbto disintegrate, break, destroytransitive
אָוואַYiddishintjAn indication of excitement, surprise, astonishment, or pleasure.often used sarcastically
אָוואַYiddishintjAn expression of amazement, awe, or admiration.often used sarcastically
יצחקYiddishnameIsaac (Biblical character)
יצחקYiddishnamea male given name: Isaac
לחHebrewadjhumid
לחHebrewadjmoist, damp
פֿוילןYiddishverbTo spoil
פֿוילןYiddishverbTo be lazyreflexive
آذربایجانPersiannameAzerbaijan (A country in the South Caucasus region of Asia, sometimes considered to belong politically to Europe)
آذربایجانPersiannameAzerbaijan (a region in northwestern Iran)
باسطArabicverbactive participle of بَسَطَ (basaṭa, “to extend, to stretch”)active form-i form-of participle
باسطArabicverbextensor (causing the joint to extend)anatomy medicine sciencesform-i participle
بدايةArabicnounbeginning, start
بدايةArabicnouncommencement, onset, inception
بدايةArabicnoundawn
جماعتUrdunouncommunity; organisation; group
جماعتUrdunouncongregation / congregational worship (salat)Islam lifestyle religion
جماعتUrdunouncongregation / congregation (religious, excl. salat)lifestyle religion
جماعتUrdunounpolitical partygovernment politics
جماعتUrdunounyear-group, classeducation
جماعتUrdunounclass, setsmathematics sciences set-theory
حجابSindhinounscreenmasculine
حجابSindhinouncovermasculine
حجابSindhinounveilmasculine
حجابSindhinounhijabmasculine
درویشPersianadjpoor, needy
درویشPersiannounindigent, poor, especially a worthy one
درویشPersiannouna poor, indigent, ascetic, and abstemious person or recluse; Dervish, Sufi
درگاهPersiannoundoorway, threshold
درگاهPersiannounportal, entrance
درگاهPersiannoundargah
درگاهPersiannounportalInternet
شکستهPersianverbpast participle of شکستنform-of participle past
شکستهPersianverbpast participle of شکستن / brokenparticiple
مراPersianpronform of من (man) with the oblique particle را (râ), used to generate dative, genitive, and accusative forms for the first person singular pronoun.form-of
مراPersianprona second-person pronoun; تو (to, “you”) as a grammatical object, "me".
نیکPersianadjgood
نیکPersianadvwell
نیکPersianadvcompletelyarchaic
ونوسPersiannameVenus (planet)astronomy natural-sciences
ونوسPersiannameVenus (god)human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman
گرماییPersianadjthermal
گرماییPersianadjheating, of or pertaining to heating
گرماییPersianadjheat-sensitive, heat-intolerant (of someone who feels the heat)
ܦܘܨܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnouninch, unit of length equal to 1/12 of a foot
ܦܘܨܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnouna very short distancefiguratively
ܫܒܬܐAssyrian Neo-AramaicnameSaturday (the seventh and final day of the week)
ܫܒܬܐAssyrian Neo-AramaicnameSabbath (day of rest and worship)
ܫܒܬܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnameweek, the duration of a week, seven-day cycle
क्षितिSanskritnounwane, perishing, destruction, ruin
क्षितिSanskritnounabode, dwelling, habitation
क्षितिSanskritnounthe Earth
पर्शुSanskritnouna rib
पर्शुSanskritnouncurved knife, sickle
पर्शुSanskritnounname of a man
पर्शुSanskritnounname of a warrior-tribein-plural
पर्शुSanskritnounthe supporting or side wall of a well
पर्शुSanskritnounname of a woman
प्रतापSanskritnounbonanza
प्रतापSanskritnounopulence, prosperity, wealth
प्रतापSanskritnounwarmer, heat-giver
प्रतापSanskritnounscorcher
लाएHindiverbinflection of लाना (lānā): / masculine plural perfective participlemasculine participle perfective plural
लाएHindiverbinflection of लाना (lānā): / oblique masculine singular perfective participlemasculine oblique participle perfective singular
लाएHindiverbinflection of लाना (lānā): / masculine plural perfect indicativeindicative masculine perfect plural
लाएHindiverbinflection of लाना (lānā): / second-person singular intimate future subjunctivefuture intimate second-person singular subjunctive
लाएHindiverbinflection of लाना (lānā): / third-person singular future subjunctivefuture singular subjunctive third-person
हिंदीHindinameModern Standard Hindi, a standardized and Sanskritized version of the Hindustani language, which is based on Khariboli.
हिंदीHindinameThe Central Zone of Indo-Aryan languages. These are also spoken in Fiji, Guyana and as a second language by Indians in many other countries.
हिंदीHindinameAll the lects in the Hindi Belt, which also includes lects that do not belong to the Central Zone of Indo-Aryan languages.human-sciences linguistics sciences
हिंदीHindinameA dialect spoken in Delhi, now known as Hindustani.historical
हिंदीHindinounan Indian; a person of Indiadated
हिंदीHindiadjIndiandated indeclinable
ছাBengalinounyoung (of non-human tetrapods)
ছাBengalinouninfant child
নিচানAssamesenounmark, sign, symbol, token
নিচানAssamesenounflag
ਸਕਣਾPunjabiverbcanauxiliary modal
ਸਕਣਾPunjabiverbto be able to
પિયરGujaratinounfather's house (of a married woman)
પિયરGujaratinounfatherbroadly
உவாTamilnounfull moon
உவாTamilnounnew moon
உவாTamilnounsea
கயல்Tamilnounfish
கயல்Tamilnouna unisex given name
கோடிTamilnounend, tip, point
கோடிTamilnouncape, headland, promontory
கோடிTamilnounnook, corner
கோடிTamilnounbackside or backyard of a house
கோடிTamilnounedge (as of a veranda, bead (as in carpentry)
கோடிTamilnounrear of an army
கோடிTamilnounlimit, bounds
கோடிTamilnounweir of a tank, outlet for surplus water
கோடிTamilnounslight hint
கோடிTamilnounargument or points raised in a debate
கோடிTamilnouncloth
கோடிTamilnouncrore: 10,000,000 = ten million
கோடிTamiladjvery
கோடிTamilnounbend, curve
கோடிTamilnoungarland worn on the head
అంగుష్ఠముTelugunounThe thumb.
అంగుష్ఠముTelugunounThe great toe.
చిలుకుటTelugunounchurning
చిలుకుటTelugunounverbal noun of చిలుకు (ciluku)form-of noun-from-verb
ప్రళయముTelugunoundestruction.
ప్రళయముTelugunounThe final destruction of the world - pralaya.
ప్రళయముTelugunounDanger, calamity.
విహంగముTelugunounbird
విహంగముTelugunounarrow
එතPaliadjSinhala script form of eta
එතPalipronSinhala script form of etamasculine
එතPalipronSinhala script form of etaneuter
คาบThainounoccasion; time; period of time; round.
คาบThainounperiod.education
คาบThaiverbto hold or carry using the lips or mouth.
คาบThaiverbto carry; to take; to bring.figuratively
คาบThaiverbto lap; to overlap.
ตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือThainounnortheast
ตะวันออกเฉียงเหนือThainounNortheast region of Thailand
ทิชากรThainounbird; flock of birds.poetic
ทิชากรThainounbrahman priest.poetic
บำรุงThaiverbto care for; to cherish.
บำรุงThaiverbto promote; to improve.
สลักThainounbolt: / movable bar or rod that when slid into a socket fastens a door, gate, window, etc.
สลักThainounbolt: / strong fastening rod, pin, or screw, usually threaded to receive a nut.
สลักThaiverbto bar; to obstruct; to prevent.archaic
สลักThaiverbto carve; to chisel; to engrave; to incise.
สลักThaiadvundefined, found in some compounds.
สายตาThainouneyesight; sight; vision.
สายตาThainouneye: / attentive look, close observation, or watch.figuratively
สายตาThainouneye: / manner or way of looking (at someone or something); estimation; opinion.figuratively
เนรเทศThaiverbto banish; to expatriate; to exile.
เนรเทศThaiverbto deport: to expel from a country.lawformal
ປາກLaonounmouth
ປາກLaonounopening
ປາກLaoverbto say, to speak, to talk
ປາກLaonumhundred
ཚེགTibetannoundot, point
ཚེགTibetannountsheg (intersyllabic division dot in the Tibetan script, written as ་)
ཞལTibetannounmouthhonorific
ཞལTibetannounfacehonorific
გუბეGeorgiannounpuddle
გუბეGeorgiannounpond; pool
გუბეGeorgiannounpit, ditch, moat
დარბაზიGeorgiannounhall, chamber
დარბაზიGeorgiannounpalace
ჩანსLazverbthe plant has fruit on the branches or stems
ჩანსLazverbsomeone has hairfiguratively
ដំណើរKhmernounwalking, traveling
ដំណើរKhmernounwalk, gait, carriage, bearing
ដំណើរKhmernounway, bearing, development, happening, effect
ដំណើរKhmernountrip, journey, travel
ដំណើរKhmernounfunctioning
ដំណើរKhmernounmovement, progress, development
ដំណើរKhmernouncirculation
ដំណើរKhmernounprocess, course, sequence (of events)
ដំណើរKhmernounbehavior
ដំណើរKhmernounrole
ដំណើរKhmernounplot, story
ដំណើរKhmernouncause, matter, reason, situation
ពិធីKhmernounceremony, celebration, ritual
ពិធីKhmernounoccasion
ពិធីKhmernounprocess, method, way, arrangement
ពិធីKhmernountraditions, customary rules
មែកKhmernounbranch (of a tree); bough
មែកKhmernounfamily lineage
សិរីKhmernounbeauty, charm
សិរីKhmernounpeace, rest
សិរីKhmernounluck, good fortune, happiness, success, destiny, chance
សិរីKhmernounpower, wealth, ranking
សិរីKhmernounprogress, growth
សិរីKhmernounglory, splendor
ḫtEgyptiannounthing, goods, possession, propertyfeminine
ḫtEgyptiannounsomething, anythingmasculine-usually
ḫtEgyptiannounfood, mealfeminine
ḫtEgyptiannounwood
ḫtEgyptiannountree
ḫtEgyptiannountimbersplural plural-only
ḫtEgyptiannounstick, staff, pole, rod
ḫtEgyptiannounmast
ḫtEgyptiannouna rod, a measure of length equivalent to 100 mḥw, or 52.5 metres. In full ḫt n nwḥ.
ḫtEgyptianprepthroughout
ḫtEgyptiannounfire
ἀνάAncient Greekprep(rare) on boardaccusative dative with-genitive
ἀνάAncient Greekprep(of location) on, uponaccusative dative with-dative with-genitive
ἀνάAncient Greekprepup, upwards, alongaccusative dative with-accusative with-genitive
ἀνάAncient Greekprepin sequence, each, throughoutaccusative dative with-accusative with-genitive
ἀνάAncient Greekprepup toaccusative dative with-accusative with-genitive
ἀνάAncient Greekprepat a rate, speed, or price of, foraccusative dative of amounts with-accusative with-genitive
ἀνάAncient Greekpreptranslatable with an adverbial noun phraseaccusative dative of time with-accusative with-genitive
ὕδωρAncient Greeknounwater
ὕδωρAncient Greeknounrainwater, rain
ὕδωρAncient Greeknounsweat
ὕδωρAncient Greeknountime (from the waterclocks of Greek legal systems)
ὕδωρAncient Greeknoungenerally, liquid
ⲁⲟⲩⲏⲛCopticnouncolorFayyumic
ⲁⲟⲩⲏⲛCopticnounappearanceFayyumic
なるべくJapaneseadvas... as possible
なるべくJapaneseadvif possible
Chinesecharacter^† child's hairstyle bound in two tufts / child's hairstyle bound in two tuftsobsolete
Chinesecharacter^† young child, childhood / young child, childhoodobsolete
Japanesecharacterdisciplinegrade-5-kanji kanji
Japanesecharacterconduct oneself wellgrade-5-kanji kanji
Japanesecharacterstudygrade-5-kanji kanji
Japanesecharactermastergrade-5-kanji kanji
Japanesenamea male given name
Chinesecharacterinclined on one side; slanting; askew
Chinesecharacterpartial; biased; prejudiced; unjust
Chinesecharacteruncommon; rare; esoteric
Chinesecharacterremote; faraway; isolated
Chinesecharactersubordinate; assistant
Chinesecharacterto deviate from the correct course; to veer from
Chinesecharacterto deviate from the normal standard
Chinesecharacterto have meal or drink before others; to use meal; to eat firstdialectal humble
Chinesecharacterwilfully; stubbornly
Chinesecharactercheap; inexpensiveHokkien Singapore
ChinesecharacterUsed in 偲偲 (sīsī) and derived terms.
ChinesecharacterThe meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / able; talentedobsolete
ChinesecharacterThe meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / Alternative form of 䰄 (“bearded”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterThe meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / The meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities includeobsolete
Chinesecharacter^‡ Alternative form of 𤟧, defined as 不安 in Jiyun. / Alternative form of 𤟧, defined as 不安 in Jiyun.alt-of alternative historical obsolete
Japanesecharactergrade-4-kanji kanji no-gloss
Japanesenouna soldier
Japanesenouna war machine; a weapon
Japanesenouna battle, a war
Japanesenounin the old Japanese military structure, the lowest set of ranks for a soldier: a private, corporal, lance corporal
Japanesenounsoldier
Japanesenounanother name for 歩(ふ) (fu) in shogi
冚旗Chineseverbto cover someone with a flagCantonese
冚旗Chineseverbto stop serviceCantonese Hong-Kong of taxis
冷暖Chinesenouncoldness and warmness; daily changes in temperature
冷暖Chinesenounwell-being (of people); health, comfort and prosperityfiguratively
冷暖Chinesenounways of the world; hypocrisy of the worldfiguratively
升學Chineseverbto advance to the next gradesaid of a student
升學Chineseverbto further one's studies
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 捲/卷 (juǎn, “to roll up; to roll”)alt-of alternative
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 捲/卷 (juǎn, “to sweep up; to carry along; to sweep away”)alt-of alternative
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 捲/卷 (juǎn, “to embroil; to involve”)alt-of alternative
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 捲/卷 (juǎn, “roll; cylinder; tube; scroll”)alt-of alternative
ChinesecharacterClassifier for rolled objects: rolls, reels
ChinesecharacterShort for 內卷/内卷 (nèijuǎn, “intense competition among peers; to study harder or work longer as a result”).abbreviation alt-of neologism slang
Chinesecharacterreel of books
Chinesecharacterbook; scroll
Chinesecharactervolume; chapter; fascicle
Chinesecharactervolumecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Chinesecharacterexamination paper
ChinesecharacterClassifier for volume or chapter of books.
Chinesecharacterto bend (especially of knees); to curve; to flex; Original form of 蜷 (quán).obsolete
Chinesecharacterhonest; sincereobsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 婘 (quán, “fine; good”)alt-of alternative
合法Chineseadjlegal; lawful; legitimate
合法Chineseadjgrammaticalgrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
同種Japanesenounbeing of the same type
同種Japanesenounsame type
呱呱Chineseadvfor the cry of a babyliterary onomatopoeic
呱呱Chinesenouninfant; babyliterary
呱呱Chineseadvfor sound of frogs, ducks, etc.: quack; croak; cawonomatopoeic
呱呱Chineseadvfor crying, wailing or shoutingliterary onomatopoeic
呱呱Chineseadvfor gulping waterliterary onomatopoeic
呱呱Chineseadvfor talking fluentlyliterary onomatopoeic
回報Chineseverbto report back; to return with a report
回報Chineseverbto reciprocate; to repay; to pay back
回報Chineseverbto take revenge
回報Chineseverbto retaliate; to fight back
回報Chineseverbto be rewarded (for one's efforts)
回転Japanesenounrotation
回転Japanesenounrevolution
回転Japaneseverbto rotate, spin
回転Japaneseverbto revolve
Japanesecharactersquare jewelJinmeiyō kanji
JapanesecharactercornerJinmeiyō kanji
JapanesecharacterangleJinmeiyō kanji
JapanesecharacteredgeJinmeiyō kanji
Japanesenamea unisex given name
坦率Chineseadjfrank; down-to-earth
坦率Chineseadjrude; impolite; rougharchaic
ChinesecharacterUsed in 圪墶/圪垯 (gēda).
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 搭Northern Wu alt-of alternative
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 搭 / a certain placeNorthern Wu
子宮鏡Chinesenounhysteroscope
子宮鏡Chinesenoun(medicine) hysteroscopy
孔雀女Chinesenounurban woman who marries a formerly rural, successful manneologism
孔雀女Chinesenounspoiled, rich city girlslang
Chinesecharactera surname
Chinesecharactersilent; quiet; tranquilobsolete
Chinesecharactera surname
Chinesecharacterhome
Chinesecharacterfamily; household (Classifier: 頭/头 c)
Chinesecharactermyfor family member polite
Chinesecharacterdomesticated; domestic
ChinesecharacterClassifier for families, businesses and companies.
Chinesecharacterschool of thought; philosophical school
Chinesecharacterfief of ministers or senior officialshistorical obsolete
ChinesecharacterSuffix denoting a person with a certain occupation or social standing. -er
ChinesecharacterSuffix denoting specialist in a certain activity or field. -ist; -er
Chinesecharacterparty; sidein a game
ChinesecharacterSuffix used after a noun to specify a type of person.
Chinesecharactera surname
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 家己 (ka-kī).Min-Nan
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 私家.Min-Nan
Chinesecharacterno-gloss
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 大家 (dàgū).
屎缸Chinesenounchamber potHakka Teochew
屎缸Chinesenountoilet; latrineCantonese Hakka Huizhou Mandarin Nantong Teochew dialectal
後擺Chinesenounnext timeHakka Hokkien Zhao'an
後擺Chinesenounin the futureHakka Hokkien Zhao'an
心志Chinesenounwill; resolution
心志Chinesenounambition; aspiration
Chinesecharacterstupid; clumsy
Chinesecharactermy
敝屣Chinesenounworn-out shoesliterary
敝屣Chinesenounsomething worthlessfiguratively literary
敝屣Chineseverbto regard as worthless; to dismiss as worthlessliterary
Chinesecharacterto be cautious; to guard againstliterary
Chinesecharacterto instruct; to informobsolete
Chinesecharacterto reward with food and drinkobsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 泌 (bì, “gushing; flowing (of spring water)”)alt-of alternative obsolete
Japanesecharacterlife-giving influences of natureHyōgai kanji kyūjitai uncommon
Japanesecharacterspirit of harmonyHyōgai kanji kyūjitai uncommon
JapanesecharacterprosperityHyōgai kanji kyūjitai uncommon
沖洗Chineseverbto rinse; to wash; to flush
沖洗Chineseverbto develop (a photograph)arts hobbies lifestyle photography
沙汰Japanesenounwashing away sand to obtain something desirable, such as gold dust or rice
沙汰Japanesenounby extension, a fine-grained or careful sorting out or selection of something or someone
沙汰Japanesenoundeliberation of an issue and arriving at an appropriate outcome: / the proper disposal or treatment of an issue
沙汰Japanesenoundeliberation of an issue and arriving at an appropriate outcome: / a court case, a lawsuit, a trial
沙汰Japanesenoundeliberation of an issue and arriving at an appropriate outcome: / a public affair, something in the court of public opinion
沙汰Japanesenouna transmission of information: / an instruction or order
沙汰Japanesenouna transmission of information: / a notification
沙汰Japanesenouna transmission of information: / a reputation
沙汰Japanesenouna transmission of information: / a rumor
沙汰Japanesenouna transmission of information: / an action, event, or matter worth talking about: how things shake out
沙汰Japanesenounincidentin-compounds
沙汰Japaneseverbto wash away sand to obtain something desirable, such as gold dust or rice
沙汰Japaneseverbby extension, to carefully sort out or select something or someone
沙汰Japaneseverbto deliberate on an issue and arrive at an appropriate outcome
沙汰Japaneseverbto transmit information: / to give an instruction or order
沙汰Japaneseverbto transmit information: / to notify
沙汰Japaneseverbto transmit information: / to gossip, to spread rumors
洗白Chineseverbto wash something clean and whitetransitive
洗白Chineseverbto whitewash; to establish one's righteousness, innocence, power, etc. and free oneself from a previous negative impressionfiguratively slang transitive
Chinesecharacterclean; unspoilt
Chinesecharacterpure; with nothing elseCantonese
Chinesecharacterto clean; to cleanse
Chinesecharacterfinished; with nothing left
Chinesecharacternetof an amount
Chinesecharacteronly; merely; nothing but
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 剩 (“to be left; to remain”)Cantonese alt-of alternative
Chinesecharacterall; all the time
Chinesecharacterpainted-face role
Chinesecharacterto chaseTeochew
Chinesecharacterto drive away; to chase awayTeochew
Chinesecharacterto temper
Chinesecharacterto dye
Chinesecharacterto soak
Chinesecharacterquench
Chinesecharacterchange, alter
Chinesecharactercauterize with moxa or mugwort
Chinesecharactermoxibustion
烏龜Chinesenounturtle; tortoise
烏龜ChinesenounMauremys reevesiibiology natural-sciences zoology
烏龜Chinesenounsomeone in last placeHokkien Quanzhou Singapore figuratively
烏龜Chinesenouncuckoldderogatory
烏龜Chinesenounincompetent, irresponsible personderogatory
烏龜Chinesenounmale owner of a brothelSingapore Xiamen Zhangzhou-Hokkien literary
烏龜Chinesenounbenefiter from the prostitution of his wife and daughtersTaiwanese-Hokkien
甌越ChinesenameOuyue (an ancient population of Baiyue that inhabited the basin of the Ou River in present-day Zhejiang Province)
甌越Chinesenamethe land once inhabited by the Ouyue people (an ancient Baiyue kingdom in modern Taizhou and Wenzhou, Zhejiang, China)historical
白醋Chinesenounwhite vinegar
白醋Chinesenounmayonnaise
Chinesecharacterto look sideways; to look askance; to give a sidelong glanceobsolete
Chinesecharacterto look; to gazeobsolete
Chinesecharacterno-gloss
Chinesecharactermusty; with an unpleasant smell due to wetnessCantonese
Chinesecharacterto leave something that is wet in a stuffy environmentCantonese
Chinesecharacterto leave something in a wet environmentCantonese
Chinesecharacterto cover up something that is wetCantonese
Chinesecharacterto apply (medicine) on skinCantonese
老闆Chinesenounshop owner; business proprietor
老闆Chinesenounboss; chief
老闆Chinesenounfamous actor in Beijing operahonorific
耽擱Chineseverbto stop over
耽擱Chineseverbto delay (a matter); to waste time; to hold up
耽擱Chineseverbto miss (a chance to do something)
耽擱Chineseverbto defer; to adjourn
臉相Chinesenouncomplexion; colour of the face
臉相Chinesenounfacial expression; look (on someone's face)
Chinesecharacterzouyu, an ancient legendary creature, also known as 騶虞/驺虞 (zōuyú)obsolete
Chinesecharacteran ancient officer in charge of managing forests and hunting groundshistorical
Chinesecharacterto predict; to guess; to foreseeliterary
Chinesecharacterto be concerned about; to worryliterary
Chinesecharacterto deceive; to fool; to cheatliterary
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 娛/娱 (“enjoyment; pleasure”)alt-of alternative
Chinesecharactera legendary ancient Chinese dynasty that could have existed prior to the Xia dynasty, founded by Shun
Chinesecharacteran ancient state during the Western Zhou and the Spring and Autumn period, located in modern-day Pinglu County, Shanxi
Chinesecharacter(telegraphy) the seventh day of a month
Chinesecharactera surname
螺旋Chinesenounhelix; spiral
螺旋Chinesenounscrewengineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciences
補鑊Chineseverbto repair a wokCantonese literally
補鑊Chineseverbto mend the damage done; to remedy a situation; to fix the mess; to redeemCantonese figuratively
Chinesecharacterto squat; to crouch
Chinesecharacterto stay (somewhere); to remain idle (in a place)figuratively
Chinesecharacterto sitobsolete
Chinesecharacterto sprain one's leg by landing abruptlydialectal
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 蹲蹲 (“dancing rhythmically”).obsolete
Chinesecharacterto gather; to assembleobsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 躦/躜 (zuān), only used in 蹲𧿙.alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 蹲循 and 蹲節/蹲节.obsolete
輕佻Chineseadjfrivolous; flippant; unserious
輕佻Chineseadjflirtatious; flirty; coquettish
Chinesecharacterto gush out; to burst forth
Chinesecharacterto split; to crack
Chinesecharactervery dry; crisp; brittleBeijing Wuhan in-compounds
遅らせるJapaneseverbto slow down; to impede; to make someone late
遅らせるJapaneseverbto delay; to postpone when something takes place; to put off
阿爺Chinesenounfather; dadCantonese Hakka Wu dialectal
阿爺Chinesenounpaternal grandfatherCantonese Southwestern-Mandarin
阿爺Chinesenoununcle (father's elder brother)Cantonese Min-Dong Pinghua Puxian-Min Wu dialectal
阿爺Chinesenounmaternal grandfather
阿爺Chinesenounfather-in-law (wife's father)Taishanese obsolete
阿爺Chinesenounthe public; the countryCantonese figuratively
阿爺Chinesenounthe central government of the People's Republic of ChinaCantonese Hong-Kong figuratively humorous
馬鹿馬鹿しいJapaneseadjextremely foolish, ridiculous, silly (contrary to reason or propriety)
馬鹿馬鹿しいJapaneseadjblatant, extreme, outrageous
Chinesecharacterto harness; to yoke (an animal, e.g. to a cart)
Chinesecharacterto drive (a vehicle); to sail (a ship); to fly (a plane)
Chinesecharacterto direct; to control; to harness
Chinesecharactercart; carriagehistorical
Chinesecharacteremperor's carriagehistorical
Chinesecharacteremperor (especially on a journey)figuratively
Chinesecharacterdistance a horse travels in a dayClassical-Chinese
Chinesecharactergiddyup (interjection)
ChinesecharacterClipping of 鵂鶹/鸺鹠 (xiūliú).abbreviation alt-of clipping
ChinesecharacterUsed in 鶹鷅/鹠𫛽.
풍자Koreannounsatire
풍자Koreannounsarcasm
𑀣𑁂𑀭𑁄PalinounBrahmi script form of thero, nominative singular of 𑀣𑁂𑀭 (thera, “elder”)Brahmi character form-of
𑀣𑁂𑀭𑁄PaliadjBrahmi script form of thero, nominative singular masculine of 𑀣𑁂𑀭 (thera, “elder”)Brahmi character form-of
𣍐赴Chineseverbto not to (be able to) make it; to not be able to do something on timeMin
𣍐赴Chineseverbto not have enough time; to be too lateMin
(historical) to lodge an official objectionremonstrateEnglishverbTo object with in critical fashion; to express disapproval (with, against).intransitive
(historical) to lodge an official objectionremonstrateEnglishverbSpecifically, to lodge an official objection (especially by means of a remonstrance) with a monarch or other ruling body.historical intransitive
(historical) to lodge an official objectionremonstrateEnglishverbTo state or plead as an objection, formal protest, or expression of disapproval.often transitive with an object consisting of direct speech or a clause beginning with that
(historical) to lodge an official objectionremonstrateEnglishverbTo point out; to show clearly; to make plain or manifest; hence, to prove; to demonstrate.
(in ancient Rome) a person (professional or slave) who entertained the public by engaging in mortal combat with another, or with a wild animalgladiatorEnglishnounA person (professional or slave) who entertained the public by engaging in mortal combat with another, or with a wild animal.in ancient Rome
(in ancient Rome) a person (professional or slave) who entertained the public by engaging in mortal combat with another, or with a wild animalgladiatorEnglishnounA disputant in a public controversy or debate.broadly
(in ancient Rome) a person (professional or slave) who entertained the public by engaging in mortal combat with another, or with a wild animalgladiatorEnglishnounA professional boxer.
(in ancient Rome) a person (professional or slave) who entertained the public by engaging in mortal combat with another, or with a wild animalgladiatorEnglishverbTo fight as entertainment for others.
(in ancient Rome) a person (professional or slave) who entertained the public by engaging in mortal combat with another, or with a wild animalgladiatorEnglishverbTo compete in a public contest.
(in ancient Rome) a person (professional or slave) who entertained the public by engaging in mortal combat with another, or with a wild animalgladiatorEnglishverbTo debate or argue.
(in ancient Rome) a person (professional or slave) who entertained the public by engaging in mortal combat with another, or with a wild animalgladiatorEnglishverbTo act aggressively toward others.
(lexicography) a quotation with attached bibliographical detailscitationEnglishnounAn official summons or notice given to a person to appear.countable uncountable
(lexicography) a quotation with attached bibliographical detailscitationEnglishnounThe paper containing such summons or notice.countable uncountable
(lexicography) a quotation with attached bibliographical detailscitationEnglishnounThe act of citing a passage from a text, or from another person, using the exact words of the original text or speech and giving credit to the original by referencing.countable uncountable
(lexicography) a quotation with attached bibliographical detailscitationEnglishnounAn entry in a list of sources from which information was taken, typically following a prescribed bibliographical style; a reference.countable uncountable
(lexicography) a quotation with attached bibliographical detailscitationEnglishnounThe passage or words quoted; a quotation.countable uncountable
(lexicography) a quotation with attached bibliographical detailscitationEnglishnounA quotation with attached bibliographical details demonstrating the use of a particular lexical item in a dictionary, especially a dictionary on historical principles.human-sciences lexicography linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
(lexicography) a quotation with attached bibliographical detailscitationEnglishnounEnumeration; mention.countable uncountable
(lexicography) a quotation with attached bibliographical detailscitationEnglishnounA reference to decided cases, or books of authority, to prove a point in law.countable uncountable
(lexicography) a quotation with attached bibliographical detailscitationEnglishnounA commendation in recognition of some achievement, or a formal statement of an achievement.countable uncountable
(of wine)foxyEnglishnounThe recreational drug 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine (5-MeO-DMT).slang uncountable
(of wine)foxyEnglishadjHaving the qualities of a fox.
(of wine)foxyEnglishadjCunning, sly.
(of wine)foxyEnglishadjAttractive, sexy (of a woman).informal
(of wine)foxyEnglishadjHaving reddish-brown hair.of a person
(of wine)foxyEnglishadjUsing too much of the reddish-brown colours.art arts
(of wine)foxyEnglishadjHaving an animal-like odour.of wine
*frakoborōn; Old High GermankoborōnProto-West Germanicverbto gain, acquirereconstruction
*frakoborōn; Old High GermankoborōnProto-West Germanicverbto win, defeatreconstruction
2. (Britain, derogatory) A person of the upper class, or with pretensions to ittoffEnglishnounAn elegantly dressed person.obsolete
2. (Britain, derogatory) A person of the upper class, or with pretensions to ittoffEnglishnounA person of the upper class or with pretensions to it, who usually communicates an air of superiority.Britain derogatory
An OceanidIantheEnglishnameOne of the 3,000 Oceanids, the daughters of Oceanus and Tethys.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
An OceanidIantheEnglishnameThe Cretan girl who married Iphis after Isis turned Iphis from a woman into a man.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
An OceanidIantheEnglishname98 Ianthe, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
Ancient Greek letterkoppaEnglishnounThe 18th Ancient Greek letter in early versions of the Greek alphabet, Ϙ (lowercase ϙ).
Ancient Greek letterkoppaEnglishnounThe Greek numeral Ϟ (lowercase ϟ), descended from the ancient letter and having the numerical value of 90.
Ancient Greek letterkoppaEnglishnounThe archaic Cyrillic numeral Ҁ (lowercase ҁ), descended from the ancient Greek letter and having the numerical value of 90.
Bhaiksuki scriptआगमSanskritnounsomething handed down through tradition
Bhaiksuki scriptआगमSanskritnountheory, science
Bhaiksuki scriptआगमSanskritnounstudy
Bhaiksuki scriptआगमSanskritnounsacred work
Bhaiksuki scriptआगमSanskritnounorigin
Bhaiksuki scriptआगमSanskritnounarrival, approach
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritadjhard, harsh, rough, sharp, pungent, acid
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritadjsolid
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritadjdense (clouds)
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritadjsharp, hot (wind)
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritadjhurtful, injurious, cutting (as speech or word)
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritadjsharp-edged
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritadjcruel
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnoundonkey (so called from his cry)
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounmule
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounosprey
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounheron
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnouncrow
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounthorny plant (sort of prickly nightshade (Solanum torvum) or perhaps camelthorn (Alhagi maurorum L.))
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounname of a fragrant substance
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounquadrangular mound of earth for receiving the sacrificial vessels (compare ἐσχάρα)
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnouna place arranged for building a house upon
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounname of the 25th year of the sixty years' बृहस्पति cycle
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounदैत्य or demon
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounname of the असुर धेनुक
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounname of a रक्षस् slain by राम (younger brother of रावण)
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounname of an attendant of the Sun (= धर्म)
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounname of a रुद्र
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnoun‘a she-mule’ » खरी-वात्सल्य
Bhaiksuki scriptखरSanskritnounname of one of the mothers in स्कन्द's retinue
Egyptian hieroglyphscartoucheEnglishnounAn ornamental figure, often on an oval shield.architecture
Egyptian hieroglyphscartoucheEnglishnounAn oval figure containing the characters of an important personal name, such as that of royal or divine people.
Egyptian hieroglyphscartoucheEnglishnounA paper cartridge.
Egyptian hieroglyphscartoucheEnglishnounA wooden case filled with balls, to be shot from a cannon.
Egyptian hieroglyphscartoucheEnglishnounA gunner's bag for ammunition.
Egyptian hieroglyphscartoucheEnglishnounA military pass for a soldier on furlough.
Form I: بَدَلَ (badala, “to replace, exchange”); Verbal nounب د لArabicrootRelated to changing or exchangingmorpheme
Form I: بَدَلَ (badala, “to replace, exchange”); Verbal nounب د لArabicrootRelated to pain in the jointsmorpheme
Form I: دَقَعَ (daqaʕa)د ق عArabicrootRelated to soilmorpheme
Form I: دَقَعَ (daqaʕa)د ق عArabicrootRelated to being oppressed by poverty or injusticemorpheme
Form I: صَحَرَ (ṣaḥara, “(milk) to boil”)ص ح رArabicrootdesertmorpheme
Form I: صَحَرَ (ṣaḥara, “(milk) to boil”)ص ح رArabicrootits color, tawny, brownishmorpheme
Form I: نَبَشَ (nabaša, “to disinter, to dig up, to claw up, to unearth”)ن ب شArabicrootrelated to digging upmorpheme
Form I: نَبَشَ (nabaša, “to disinter, to dig up, to claw up, to unearth”)ن ب شArabicrootAlternative form of ن ض ب (n ḍ b)alt-of alternative morpheme
Form II: نَبَّضَ (nabbaḍa, “to make pulsate”); Verbal nounن ب ضArabicrootrelated to pulsationmorpheme
Form II: نَبَّضَ (nabbaḍa, “to make pulsate”); Verbal nounن ب ضArabicrootAlternative form of ن ض ب (n ḍ b)alt-of alternative morpheme
Form V: تَخَدَّرَ (taḵaddara); Verbal nounخ د رArabicrootrelated to numbnessmorpheme
Form V: تَخَدَّرَ (taḵaddara); Verbal nounخ د رArabicrootrelated to hiding or occultationmorpheme
Form V: تَفَلَّلَ (tafallala); Active participleف ل لArabicrootrelated to gaps, breaches, and breaksmorpheme
Form V: تَفَلَّلَ (tafallala); Active participleف ل لArabicrootrelated to broken pieces, fragments, chipsmorpheme
Form V: تَفَلَّلَ (tafallala); Active participleف ل لArabicrootrelated to notches or indentations, especially on an edgemorpheme
Form VII: اِنْزَرَقَ (inzaraqa, “to enter and pass through, to pervade”); Active participleز ر قArabicrootrelated to shining, to being dazzling, piercingly bright, blinding, to be glistening; by extension, the color blue, sky-coloredmorpheme
Form VII: اِنْزَرَقَ (inzaraqa, “to enter and pass through, to pervade”); Active participleز ر قArabicrootrelated to polished spearheads, shining points of a javelin or metal-tipped projectile; hence also related to piercing, thrustingmorpheme
Form VII: اِنْزَرَقَ (inzaraqa, “to enter and pass through, to pervade”); Active participleز ر قArabicrootalternative form of ذ ر ق (ḏ r q, “related to fecal matter”)alt-of alternative morpheme
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnouncrab
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnounthe sign Cancerastrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnouna particular bird
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnounname of several plantsbiology botany natural-sciences
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnounthe fibrous root of a plant
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnounthe curved end of the beam of a balance (to which the strings supporting the scale are attached)
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnouna pair of compasses in a particular position
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnouna particular position of the hands
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnouna kind of fever
Grantha scriptकर्कटSanskritnouna kind of coitus
Grantha scriptविSanskritadvapart
Grantha scriptविSanskritadvasunder
Grantha scriptविSanskritadvin different directions
Grantha scriptविSanskritadvto and fro, about
Grantha scriptविSanskritadvaway, away from
Grantha scriptविSanskritadvoff
Grantha scriptविSanskritadvwithout
Grantha scriptविSanskritprepthrough
Grantha scriptविSanskritprepbetween
Grantha scriptविSanskritnouna bird
Hän otti riskin ja menetti kaiken.riskiFinnishnounrisk (possible, usually negative, outcome, e.g., a danger)
Hän otti riskin ja menetti kaiken.riskiFinnishnounrisk (likelihood of a negative outcome)
Hän otti riskin ja menetti kaiken.riskiFinnishnounrisk (potential, conventionally negative, impact of an event)
Hän otti riskin ja menetti kaiken.riskiFinnishnounchance (risk)
Hän otti riskin ja menetti kaiken.riskiFinnishadjstrong (capable of producing great physical force, said of a person or an animal)informal
Hän otti riskin ja menetti kaiken.riskiFinnishadjsturdy (of firm build, said of a person or an animal)informal
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishnounSomeone associated with or who works in a bog.
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishnounA man who catches nippers (snapping prawns).Australia slang
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishnounSynonym of Boglander: an Irishman, now (Ireland, derogatory) a yokel, an Irishman from the countryside or (sometimes) from anywhere other than Dublin and the Pale.derogatory
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishnounA dare, a task that children challenge each other to complete.Newfoundland
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishnounSomeone who works to shovel ore or waste rock underground.Australia Western slang
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishnounSomeone who works to shovel ore or waste rock underground. / A machine which shovels up and carries ore and/or rock in an underground mineAustralia Western slang
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishnounA lavatory: a room for urination and defecation.Australia slang
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishnounSomeone of the goth, skate, punk, or emo subculture.Northern-England derogatory slang
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishadjcomparative form of bog: more bogcomparative form-of
Irishman, particularly a rural oneboggerEnglishnounPronunciation spelling of bugger. Used particularly as an epithet or term of camaraderie or endearment.alt-of pronunciation-spelling
Italian' 'TranslingualpunctEncloses a quotation in some languages.punctuation
Italian' 'TranslingualpunctEncloses a cultivar epithet in the names of plant cultivars.biology natural-sciences taxonomypunctuation
Italian' 'TranslingualpunctEncloses a string literal in some programming languages.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencespunctuation
Late Middle EgyptianLate Middle EgyptianEnglishnameThe phase of the Egyptian language characterized by Middle Egyptian sentence structure and orthography but occasional use of Late Egyptian vocabulary and forms.history human-sciences linguistics sciences
Late Middle EgyptianLate Middle EgyptianEnglishnameSynonym of Neo-Middle Egyptianhistory human-sciences linguistics sciences
Moving something to a centercenteringEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of centerform-of gerund participle present
Moving something to a centercenteringEnglishnounA type of formwork which serves as a temporary structure during the construction of arches and bridges.countable
Moving something to a centercenteringEnglishnounThe process of moving something to a centre, normally before some other process.uncountable
MunicipalitiesHenanEnglishnameA province of China. Capital: Zhengzhou.
MunicipalitiesHenanEnglishnameA Mongol autonomous county in Huangnan, Qinghai, China.
MunicipalitiesHenanEnglishnameAn island south of the old urban core of Guangzhou, Guangdong, in China.
Nominal derivationsvaaSwahiliverbto wear
Nominal derivationsvaaSwahiliverbto get dressed
Of, or pertaining to, Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesVincentianEnglishnounA citizen of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Of, or pertaining to, Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesVincentianEnglishnounA member of one of the Catholic orders or societies in the Vincentian Family (organizations inspired by the life and work of St. Vincent de Paul).
Of, or pertaining to, Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesVincentianEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to, Saint Vincent and the Grenadinesnot-comparable
Of, or pertaining to, Saint Vincent and the GrenadinesVincentianEnglishadjOf or relating to Vincent de Paul (1581–1660), Catholic priest who dedicated himself to serving the poor.not-comparable
Other directions北京ChinesenameBeijing (a direct-administered municipality, the capital city of China)
Other directions北京ChinesenameThe government of the People's Republic of China.metonymically
Other directions北京Chinesenamenorthern capital / Jiankang (capital of Liu Song dynasty)—in modern-day Nanjing, Jiangsu provincehistorical
Other directions北京Chinesenamenorthern capital / Jingkou (birthplace of Liu Song dynasty)—in modern-day Zhenjiang, Jiangsu provincehistorical
Other directions北京Chinesenamenorthern capital / Pingcheng (capital of Northern Wei dynasty)—in modern-day Datong, Shanxi provincehistorical
Other directions北京Chinesenamenorthern capital / Taiyuan Fu (birthplace of Tang dynasty and many subsequent states)—in modern-day Taiyuan, Shanxi provincehistorical
Other directions北京Chinesenamenorthern capital / Daming Fu (visited by Emperor Zhenzong)—in modern-day Handan, Hebei provincehistorical
Other directions北京Chinesenamenorthern capital / Shangjing Linhuang Fu (one of the capitals of Jin dynasty)—in modern-day Chifeng, Inner Mongoliahistorical
Other directions北京Chinesenamenorthern capital / Zhongdu (one of the capitals of Jin dynasty)—in modern-day Beijinghistorical
Other directions北京Chinesenamenorthern capital / Kaifeng Fu (Ming dynasty)—in modern-day Kaifeng, Henan provincehistorical
Siddham scriptऋतावन्Sanskritadjkeeping within the fixed order or rule, regular, proper (as inanimated objects)
Siddham scriptऋतावन्Sanskritadjperforming (as men) or accepting (as gods) sacred works or piety, truthful, faithful, just, holy
Siddham scriptసంస్కృతSanskritadjTelugu script form of संस्कृतTelugu character form-of
Siddham scriptసంస్కృతSanskritnounTelugu script form of संस्कृतTelugu character form-of
Siddham scriptసంస్కృతSanskritprefixTelugu script form of संस्कृतTelugu character form-of morpheme
Special administrative regionsHebeiEnglishnameA province in northern China. Capital: Shijiazhuang.
Special administrative regionsHebeiEnglishnameA district of Tianjin, China.
TranslationsMVCEnglishnounInitialism of motor vehicle collision.abbreviation alt-of initialism
TranslationsMVCEnglishnounInitialism of model-view-controller (an architectural pattern used in software development.)architecture computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareabbreviation alt-of initialism
TranslationsSanskritizationEnglishnounThe introduction of Sanskrit vocabulary in another language or dialect.human-sciences linguistics sciencesuncountable
TranslationsSanskritizationEnglishnounChanging a word's structure to make it look like a Sanskrit word.uncountable
TranslationsSanskritizationEnglishnounA form of social change in India and Nepal, in which members of lower castes seek upward mobility by emulating the rituals and practices of the upper or dominant castes.uncountable
TranslationsachromatEnglishnounA lens that imparts little color; a lens that is achromatic.engineering natural-sciences optics physical-sciences physics
TranslationsachromatEnglishnounA person whose color blindness prevents them from seeing any color whatsoever.
TurkishTranslingualsymbolUsed as a quotation mark in some languages. / „ “
TurkishTranslingualsymbolUsed as a quotation mark in some languages. / „ ”
Zoroastrian calendar monthsખોરદાદGujaratinameKhordad, the third month of the solar Persian calendar.
Zoroastrian calendar monthsખોરદાદGujaratinameName of the sixth day of any month of the solar Persian calendar.
a Native American council or meetingpowwowEnglishnounA ritual conducted by a Native American shaman.
a Native American council or meetingpowwowEnglishnounA Native American shaman. [from Template:SAFESUBST: c.] / A Native American shaman.
a Native American council or meetingpowwowEnglishnounA Native American council or meeting.
a Native American council or meetingpowwowEnglishnounA short, private conference. [from Template:SAFESUBST: c.] / A short, private conference.informal offensive often
a Native American council or meetingpowwowEnglishnounA large gathering during which Indigenous songs and dances are showcased for an audience, essentially a recital or concert. Often also doubles as a fundraiser, or can be held in conjunction with a non-indigneous fair or exhibition in order to attract a large crowd, as at the Calgary Stampede and K-Days.Canada US
a Native American council or meetingpowwowEnglishverbTo hold a meeting; to gather together in council.intransitive of Native Americans
a Native American council or meetingpowwowEnglishverbTo conduct a ritual in which magic is used.intransitive of Native Americans and by extension other groups
a Native American council or meetingpowwowEnglishverbTo hold a private conference.informal intransitive offensive often
a county-level city and a subdistrict in central ChinaGuangshuiEnglishnameA county-level city in Suizhou, Hubei, in central China.
a county-level city and a subdistrict in central ChinaGuangshuiEnglishnameA subdistrict in Guangshui, Suizhou, Hubei, central China.
a descendant of Judah (the patriarch or tribe), an inhabitant of the ancient kingdom of JudahJudahiteEnglishnounA descendant of Judah (the patriarch).
a descendant of Judah (the patriarch or tribe), an inhabitant of the ancient kingdom of JudahJudahiteEnglishnounA descendant or member of the tribe of Judah.
a descendant of Judah (the patriarch or tribe), an inhabitant of the ancient kingdom of JudahJudahiteEnglishnounAn inhabitant of the ancient kingdom of Judah.
a descendant of Judah (the patriarch or tribe), an inhabitant of the ancient kingdom of JudahJudahiteEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Judah (the patriarch), to the tribe of Judah, or to the ancient kingdom of Judah, or its inhabitants.
a giant tortoisegiant tortoiseEnglishnounAny member or species of the genus Geochelone, land tortoises reaching 1.3 meters in length and with average life spans exceeding 100 years.
a giant tortoisegiant tortoiseEnglishnounAny of several species of reptile of the extinct genera Cylindraspis and Dipsochelys and species Meiolania platyceps.
a harbinger giving signs of things to comeheraldEnglishnounA messenger, especially one bringing important news.
a harbinger giving signs of things to comeheraldEnglishnounA harbinger, giving signs of things to come.
a harbinger giving signs of things to comeheraldEnglishnounAn official whose speciality is heraldry, especially one between the ranks of pursuivant and king-of-arms.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
a harbinger giving signs of things to comeheraldEnglishnounA moth of the species Scoliopteryx libatrix.biology entomology natural-sciences
a harbinger giving signs of things to comeheraldEnglishnounA handbill consisting of an advertisement.advertising business marketing
a harbinger giving signs of things to comeheraldEnglishverbTo proclaim or announce an event.transitive
a harbinger giving signs of things to comeheraldEnglishverbTo greet something with excitement; to hail.passive transitive usually
a harbinger giving signs of things to comeheraldEnglishnounAlternative form of hareld (“long-tailed duck”)alt-of alternative
a kind of swordlongswordEnglishnounAny type of sword that is comparatively long; depending on context, applied to swords of the Bronze Age, Migration period, Viking Age and Renaissance era.
a kind of swordlongswordEnglishnounA European sword with a long, straight double-edged blade, a cruciform hilt, and a grip for two-handed use; prevalent from the 14th to 16th centuries.
a lack of interest or excitementwearinessEnglishnounExhaustion, fatigue or tiredness.uncountable usually
a lack of interest or excitementwearinessEnglishnounA lack of interest or excitement.uncountable usually
a loose-fitting undergarmentchemiseEnglishnounA loose shirtlike undergarment, especially for women.historical
a loose-fitting undergarmentchemiseEnglishnounA short nightdress, or similar piece of lingerie.
a loose-fitting undergarmentchemiseEnglishnounA woman's dress that fits loosely; a chemise dress.
a loose-fitting undergarmentchemiseEnglishnounA wall that lines the face of a bank or earthwork.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadjAt or near the rear.not-comparable usually
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadjReturned or restored to a previous place or condition.not-comparable predicative usually
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadjNot current.not-comparable usually
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadjSituated away from the main or most frequented areas.not-comparable usually
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadjIn arrears; overdue.not-comparable usually
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadjMoving or operating backward.not-comparable usually
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadjPronounced with the highest part of the body of the tongue toward the back of the mouth, near the soft palate (most often describing a vowel).human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencescomparable not-comparable usually
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvTo or in a previous condition or place.not-comparable
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvIn a direction opposite to that in which someone or something is facing or normally pointing.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvIn a direction opposite to the usual or desired direction of movement or progress, physically or figuratively.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvSo as to reverse direction and return.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvTowards, into or in the past.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvAway from someone or something; at a distance.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvAway from the front or from an edge.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvSo as to shrink, recede or move aside, or cause to do so.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvIn a manner that impedes.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvIn a reciprocal manner; in return.not-comparable
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvEarlier, ago.postpositional
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishadvTo a later point in time. See also put back.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishpostpBefore now; ago.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThe rear of the body, especially the part between the neck and the end of the spine and opposite the chest and belly. / The spine and associated tissues.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThe rear of the body, especially the part between the neck and the end of the spine and opposite the chest and belly. / Large and attractive buttocks.slang uncountable
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThe rear of the body, especially the part between the neck and the end of the spine and opposite the chest and belly. / The part of a piece of clothing which covers the back.figuratively
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThe rear of the body, especially the part between the neck and the end of the spine and opposite the chest and belly. / The backrest, the part of a piece of furniture which receives the human back.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThe rear of the body, especially the part between the neck and the end of the spine and opposite the chest and belly. / That part of the body that bears clothing. (Now used only in the phrase clothes on one's back.)obsolete
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThe rear of the body, especially the part between the neck and the end of the spine and opposite the chest and belly.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThat which is farthest away from the front. / The side of any object which is opposite the front or useful side. / The edge of a book which is bound.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThat which is farthest away from the front. / The side of any object which is opposite the front or useful side. / The inside margin of a page.media printing publishing
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThat which is farthest away from the front. / The side of any object which is opposite the front or useful side. / The side of a blade opposite the side used for cutting.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThat which is farthest away from the front. / The side of any object which is opposite the front or useful side.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThat which is farthest away from the front. / The reverse side; the side that is not normally seen.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThat which is farthest away from the front. / Area behind, such as the backyard of a house.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThat which is farthest away from the front. / The part of something that goes last.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThat which is farthest away from the front. / In some team sports, a position behind most players on the team.hobbies lifestyle sports
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThat which is farthest away from the front.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounUpper part of a natural object which is considered to resemble an animal's back.figuratively
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounA support or resource in reserve.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThe keel and keelson of a ship.nautical transport
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounThe roof of a horizontal underground passage.business mining
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounEffort, usually physical.slang uncountable
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounA non-alcoholic drink (often water or a soft drink), to go with hard liquor or a cocktail.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounAmong leather dealers, one of the thickest and stoutest tanned hides.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounClipping of backstroke.hobbies lifestyle sports swimmingabbreviation alt-of clipping
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo go in the reverse direction.intransitive
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo support.transitive
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo change direction contrary to the normal pattern; that is, to shift anticlockwise in the northern hemisphere, or clockwise in the southern hemisphere.nautical transportof the wind
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo brace the yards so that the wind presses on the front of the sail, to slow the ship.nautical transportof a square sail
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo lay out a second, smaller anchor to provide additional holding power.nautical transportof an anchor
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo stand still behind another dog which has pointed.UK of a hunting dog
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo push or force backwards.transitive
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo get upon the back of; to mount.obsolete transitive
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo place or seat upon the back.obsolete transitive
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo make a back for; to furnish with a back.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo adjoin behind; to be at the back of.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo write upon the back of, possibly as an endorsement.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo sign or endorse (a warrant, issued in another county, to apprehend an offender).lawof a justice of the peace
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo row backward with (oars).
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo draw from behind the back [+accusative = a knife etc.] (as also back out).Multicultural-London-English transitive
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishverbTo carry an infant on one's back.Nigeria transitive
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounA large shallow vat; a cistern, tub, or trough, used by brewers, distillers, dyers, picklers, gluemakers, and others, for mixing or cooling wort, holding water, hot glue, etc.
a position behind most players on the teambackEnglishnounA ferryboat.
a province of ThailandYalaEnglishnameA province of Thailand.
a province of ThailandYalaEnglishnameA city in Thailand.
a second or subsequent analysisreanalysisEnglishnounA second or subsequent analysis.
a second or subsequent analysisreanalysisEnglishnounAnalyzing a lexeme with a different structure from its original, often by misunderstanding.human-sciences linguistics sciences
a shear transformationshearEnglishverbTo cut, originally with a sword or other bladed weapon, now usually with shears, or as if using shears.
a shear transformationshearEnglishverbTo remove the fleece from a sheep etc. by clipping.
a shear transformationshearEnglishverbTo cut the hair of (a person).
a shear transformationshearEnglishverbTo deform because of forces pushing in opposite directions.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
a shear transformationshearEnglishverbTo change in direction or speed.aeronautics aerospace aviation business climatology engineering meteorology natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive of wind
a shear transformationshearEnglishverbTo transform by displacing every point in a direction parallel to some given line by a distance proportional to the point’s distance from the line.mathematics sciences
a shear transformationshearEnglishverbTo make a vertical cut in coal.business miningintransitive
a shear transformationshearEnglishverbTo reap, as grain.Scotland
a shear transformationshearEnglishverbTo deprive of property; to fleece.figuratively
a shear transformationshearEnglishnounA cutting tool similar to scissors, but often larger.countable uncountable
a shear transformationshearEnglishnounA large machine use for cutting sheet metal.arts crafts engineering hobbies lifestyle metallurgy metalworking natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
a shear transformationshearEnglishnounThe act of shearing, or something removed by shearing.countable uncountable
a shear transformationshearEnglishnounForces that push in opposite directions.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
a shear transformationshearEnglishnounWind shear, or an instance thereof.aeronautics aerospace aviation business climatology engineering meteorology natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
a shear transformationshearEnglishnounA transformation that displaces every point in a direction parallel to some given line by a distance proportional to the point’s distance from the line.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
a shear transformationshearEnglishnounThe response of a rock to deformation usually by compressive stress, resulting in particular textures.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
a shear transformationshearEnglishadjMisspelling of sheer.alt-of misspelling
achievement of equal rights and statusliberationEnglishnounThe act of liberating or the state of being liberated.countable uncountable
achievement of equal rights and statusliberationEnglishnounThe achievement of equal rights and status.countable uncountable
act of falling backfallbackEnglishnounAn act of falling back.countable uncountable
act of falling backfallbackEnglishnounA backup plan or contingency strategy; an alternative which can be used if something goes wrong with the main plan; a recourse.countable uncountable
act of falling backfallbackEnglishnounA reduction in bitumen softening point, sometimes called refluxing or overheating, in a relatively closed container.business construction manufacturingcountable uncountable
act of falling backfallbackEnglishnounPulverised material that falls back to earth after a nuclear explosion; fallout.countable uncountable
act of falling backfallbackEnglishadjThat can be resorted to as a fallback.not-comparable
act of falling backfallbackEnglishverbMisspelling of fall back.alt-of misspelling
act of interrogating or questioninginterrogationEnglishnounThe act of interrogating or questioning; examination by questions; inquiry.countable uncountable
act of interrogating or questioninginterrogationEnglishnounA question put; an inquiry.countable uncountable
act of interrogating or questioninginterrogationEnglishnounA question mark.countable dated uncountable
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo move through the water, without touching the bottom; to propel oneself in water by natural means.intransitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo become immersed in, or as if in, or flooded with, or as if with, a liquidintransitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo move around freely because of excess space.intransitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo traverse (a specific body of water, or a specific distance) by swimming; or, to utilize a specific swimming stroke; or, to compete in a specific swimming event.transitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo cause to swim.transitive uncommon
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo float.archaic intransitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo be overflowed or drenched.intransitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo immerse in water to make the lighter parts float.transitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo test (a suspected witch) by throwing into a river; those who floated rather than sinking were deemed to be witches.historical transitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo glide along with a waving motion.intransitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishnounAn act or instance of swimming.
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishnounThe sound, or air bladder, of a fish.
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishnounA part of a stream much frequented by fish.UK
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishnounA dance or dance move of the 1960s in which the arms are moved in imitation of various swimming strokes, such as freestyle, breaststroke, etc.
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishnounA dizziness; swoon.
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishverbTo be dizzy or vertiginous; have a giddy sensation; to have, or appear to have, a whirling motion.intransitive
act or instance of swimmingswimEnglishnounAbbreviation of someone who isn't me. used as a way to avoid self-designation or self-incrimination, especially in online drug forumsInternet abbreviation alt-of no-plural
action of calculating or estimating somethingreckoningEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of reckonform-of gerund participle present
action of calculating or estimating somethingreckoningEnglishnounThe action of calculating or estimating something.countable uncountable
action of calculating or estimating somethingreckoningEnglishnounAn opinion or judgement.countable uncountable
action of calculating or estimating somethingreckoningEnglishnounA summing up or appraisal.countable uncountable
action of calculating or estimating somethingreckoningEnglishnounThe settlement of accounts, as between parties.countable uncountable
action of calculating or estimating somethingreckoningEnglishnounThe working out of consequences or retribution for one's actions.countable uncountable
action of calculating or estimating somethingreckoningEnglishnounThe bill (UK) or check (US), especially at an inn or tavern.archaic countable uncountable
action of calculating or estimating somethingreckoningEnglishnounRank or status.archaic countable uncountable
agent of this diseaseblightEnglishnounA rapid and complete chlorosis, browning, then death of plant tissues such as leaves, branches, twigs, or floral organs.biology botany medicine natural-sciences pathology phytopathology sciencescountable uncountable
agent of this diseaseblightEnglishnounThe bacterium, virus or fungus that causes such a condition.countable uncountable
agent of this diseaseblightEnglishnounAnything that impedes growth or development or spoils any other aspect of life.broadly countable uncountable
agent of this diseaseblightEnglishverbTo affect with blight; to blast; to prevent the growth and fertility of.transitive
agent of this diseaseblightEnglishverbTo suffer blight.intransitive
agent of this diseaseblightEnglishverbTo spoil, ruin, or destroy (something).transitive
an oversimplified explanation or descriptionsimplisticallyEnglishadvIn a simplistic way.
an oversimplified explanation or descriptionsimplisticallyEnglishadvUsed to announce or excuse an oversimplified explanation or description. (Compare with in a nutshell.)
and seeαέριοGreeknoungas
and seeαέριοGreeknounwind, flatulence, fart
and seeαέριοGreekadjAccusative masculine singular form of αέριος (aérios).accusative form-of masculine singular
and seeαέριοGreekadjNominative, accusative and vocative neuter singular form of αέριος (aérios).
and seeαντιστοιχώGreekverbto correspond
and seeαντιστοιχώGreekverbto be equivalent to, be analagous to
anhydrousvannløsNorwegian Bokmåladjwaterless
anhydrousvannløsNorwegian Bokmåladjanhydrous
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishnounA gas or vapour/vapor that is strong-smelling or dangerous to inhale.
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishnounA material that has been vaporized from the solid or liquid state to the gas state and re-coalesced to the solid state.
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishnounRage or excitement which deprives the mind of self-control.
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishnounAnything unsubstantial or airy; idle conceit; vain imagination.
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishnounThe incense of praise; inordinate flattery.
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishnounA passionate person.obsolete
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishverbTo expose (something) to fumes; specifically, to expose wood, etc., to ammonia in order to produce dark tints.transitive
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishverbTo apply or offer incense to.transitive
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishverbTo emit fumes.intransitive
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishverbTo pass off in fumes or vapours.intransitive
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishverbTo express or feel great anger.figuratively intransitive
anything unsubstantial or airyfumeEnglishverbTo be as in a mist; to be dulled and stupefied.figuratively intransitive
archaic: to confide to anotherrecommendEnglishverbTo bestow commendation on; to represent favourably; to suggest, endorse or encourage as an appropriate choice.transitive
archaic: to confide to anotherrecommendEnglishverbTo make acceptable; to attract favor to.transitive
archaic: to confide to anotherrecommendEnglishverbTo advise, propose, counsel favorablytransitive
archaic: to confide to anotherrecommendEnglishverbTo commit, confide to another's care, confidence or acceptance, with favoring representationsarchaic transitive
artifacthandicraftEnglishnounA trade requiring skill of hand; manual occupation; handcraft.countable uncountable
artifacthandicraftEnglishnounAn artifact produced by handicraft.countable uncountable
artifacthandicraftEnglishnounA man who earns his living by handicraft; a handicraftsman.countable obsolete rare uncountable
as a double hour地支ChinesenounAn earthly branch: one of the twelve terms used in East Asian cultures to represent / The (approximately) twelve years of Jupiter's orbital period, forming the Chinese zodiac and personified as twelve or sixty gods known as Tai Sui.astronomy natural-scienceshistorical
as a double hour地支ChinesenounAn earthly branch: one of the twelve terms used in East Asian cultures to represent / The twelve animals representing the Chinese zodiac, particularly as a birthyear.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
as a double hour地支ChinesenounAn earthly branch: one of the twelve terms used in East Asian cultures to represent / The twelve months of the Chinese lunar year.obsolete
as a double hour地支ChinesenounAn earthly branch: one of the twelve terms used in East Asian cultures to represent / The twelve bearings of traditional Chinese navigation, comprising 30° divisions of the compass beginning with due north.
as a double hour地支ChinesenounAn earthly branch: one of the twelve terms used in East Asian cultures to represent / The duodecimal divisions of the Chinese seasons, beginning with the second of the three divisions of winter.astronomy natural-scienceshistorical
as a double hour地支ChinesenounAn earthly branch: one of the twelve terms used in East Asian cultures to represent / The duodecimal divisions of the day into "Chinese" or "double hours", beginning with 11 pm.
as a double hour地支ChinesenounAn earthly branch: one of the twelve terms used in East Asian cultures to represent / The exact time at the middle of a "Chinese" or "double hour", beginning with midnight.
as a double hour地支ChinesenounThe twelve earthly branches as a whole.
as a single, most important example in a number of examplesfor oneEnglishadvAs the first in a number of examples or reasons.
as a single, most important example in a number of examplesfor oneEnglishadvAs a single given example, often the most obvious or important one and almost certainly enough to sway the argument, of several reasons for something.
as a single, most important example in a number of examplesfor oneEnglishadvAs one person among other people who may not hold the same opinion.
as prefix *dervo-dervoProto-Slavicnountree (as plant)reconstruction
as prefix *dervo-dervoProto-Slavicnounwood, twig, trunk (as material)reconstruction
at the same time thatasEnglishadvTo such an extent or degree; to the same extent or degree.not-comparable
at the same time thatasEnglishadvConsidered to be, in relation to something else; in the relation (specified).not-comparable
at the same time thatasEnglishadvFor example; for instance. (Compare such as.)dated not-comparable
at the same time thatasEnglishconjIn the (same) way or manner that; to the (same) degree that. / Used after so or as to introduce a comparison.
at the same time thatasEnglishconjIn the (same) way or manner that; to the (same) degree that. / Used to introduce a result: with the result that it is.
at the same time thatasEnglishconjIn the (same) way or manner that; to the (same) degree that. / Expressing concession: though.
at the same time thatasEnglishconjIn the (same) way or manner that; to the (same) degree that.
at the same time thatasEnglishconjAt the time that; during the time when: / At the same instant or moment that: when.
at the same time thatasEnglishconjAt the time that; during the time when: / At the same time that, during the same time when: while.
at the same time thatasEnglishconjAt the time that; during the time when: / Varying through time in the same proportion that.
at the same time thatasEnglishconjBeing that, considering that, because, since.
at the same time thatasEnglishconjIntroducing a comparison with a hypothetical state (+ subjunctive, or with the verb elided): as though, as if.dated
at the same time thatasEnglishconjused before a preposition to clarify that the prepositional phrase restricts the meaning of the sentence; specifically.law
at the same time thatasEnglishconjFunctioning as a relative conjunction, and sometimes like a relative pronoun: that, which, who. (See usage notes.)
at the same time thatasEnglishconjThan.England obsolete possibly rare
at the same time thatasEnglishprepIntroducing a basis of comparison, with an object in the objective case.
at the same time thatasEnglishprepIn the role of.
at the same time thatasEnglishprepby way of
at the same time thatasEnglishnounA libra.
at the same time thatasEnglishnounAny of several coins of Rome, coined in bronze or later copper; or the equivalent value.hobbies lifestyle numismatics
at the same time thatasEnglishnounAlternative form of a's.alt-of alternative rare
at the same time thatasEnglishadvUsed to intensify an adjective; very much; extremelyNew-Zealand slang
at whereabouts unknownin the windEnglishprep_phraseImpending or in the offing; imminent.idiomatic
at whereabouts unknownin the windEnglishprep_phraseAt whereabouts unknown, especially when law enforcement authorities have lost track of one's location.idiomatic
ballet dancer ranking above a member of the corps de ballet and below a soloistcoryphéeEnglishnounSynonym of coryphaeus / The conductor or leader of the chorus of a drama.broadcasting drama dramaturgy entertainment film lifestyle media television theaterhistorical
ballet dancer ranking above a member of the corps de ballet and below a soloistcoryphéeEnglishnounSynonym of coryphaeus / The chief or leader of an interest or party.broadly
ballet dancer ranking above a member of the corps de ballet and below a soloistcoryphéeEnglishnounA ballet dancer ranking above a member of the corps de ballet and below a soloist.
balm or something that soothesunctionEnglishnounAn ointment or salve.countable uncountable
balm or something that soothesunctionEnglishnounA religious or ceremonial anointing.countable uncountable
balm or something that soothesunctionEnglishnounA balm or something that soothes.countable uncountable
balm or something that soothesunctionEnglishnounA quality in language, address or delivery which expresses sober and fervent emotion.countable uncountable
balm or something that soothesunctionEnglishnounA smug, exaggerated use of language; smarminess.countable uncountable
balm or something that soothesunctionEnglishnounDivine or sanctifying grace.countable uncountable
be alloweddörenLow Germanverbto dare, ventureauxiliary
be alloweddörenLow Germanverbbe allowed to, be permitted toauxiliary
bearing umbelsumbelliferousEnglishadjBearing umbels.biology botany natural-sciencesnot-comparable
bearing umbelsumbelliferousEnglishadjPertaining to a member of the family Umbelliferae.biology botany natural-sciencesnot-comparable
best friendbfEnglishnounInitialism of boyfriend.Internet abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
best friendbfEnglishnounInitialism of best friend.Internet abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
best friendbfEnglishnounInitialism of boldface.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
biblical objectburning bushEnglishnounA biblical object described in Exodus 3:1-22, used by Yahweh to communicate with Moses.ChristianityJudaism
biblical objectburning bushEnglishnounAny plant of several species of Euonymus: / A winged spindle or winged euonymus (Euonymus alatus), with vivid magenta Fall foliage, native to eastern Asia common as an ornamental and invasive in North America.
biblical objectburning bushEnglishnounAny plant of several species of Euonymus: / A western burning bush (Euonymus occidentalis), native to western North America
biblical objectburning bushEnglishnounAny plant of several species of Euonymus: / An eastern burning bush (Euonymus atropurpureus), an ornamental shrub native to the midwestern US that bears a red berry.
biblical objectburning bushEnglishnounA perennial herb (Dictamnus albus) which gives off so much essential oil that it can sometimes be lit and will burn briefly without harming the plant.
biblical objectburning bushEnglishnounCombretum paniculatum, a plant native to Africa
biblical objectburning bushEnglishnounBassia scoparia (syn. Kochia scoparia), a large annual herb in the family Chenopodiaceae, native to Eurasia, introduced to many parts of North America.
biological speciesgeneralistEnglishnounA person with a broad general knowledge, especially one with more than superficial knowledge in several areas and the ability to combine ideas from diverse fields.
biological speciesgeneralistEnglishnounA general practitioner.medicine sciences
biological speciesgeneralistEnglishnounSpecies which can thrive in a wide variety of environmental conditions. A eurytopic species.biology ecology natural-sciences
biology: collection of organismspopulationEnglishnounThe people living within a political or geographical boundary.
biology: collection of organismspopulationEnglishnounThe people with a given characteristic.broadly
biology: collection of organismspopulationEnglishnounA count of the number of residents within a political or geographical boundary such as a town, a nation or the world.
biology: collection of organismspopulationEnglishnounA count of the number of residents within a political or geographical boundary such as a town, a nation or the world. / The number of living cells in a pattern.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
biology: collection of organismspopulationEnglishnounA collection of organisms of a particular species, sharing a particular characteristic of interest, most often that of living in a given area.biology natural-sciences
biology: collection of organismspopulationEnglishnounA group of units (persons, objects, or other items) enumerated in a census or from which a sample is drawn.mathematics sciences statistics
biology: collection of organismspopulationEnglishnounThe act of filling initially empty items in a collection.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
biology: collection of organismspopulationEnglishnounGeneral population.
botanywavyEnglishadjrising or swelling in waves.
botanywavyEnglishadjFull of waves.
botanywavyEnglishadjMoving to and fro; undulating.
botanywavyEnglishadjHaving wave-like shapes on its border or surface; waved.
botanywavyEnglishadjMoving up and down relative to the surface; undulate.biology botany natural-sciencesof a margin
botanywavyEnglishadjUndé, in a wavy line; applied to ordinaries, or division lines, especially to symbolize a river.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
botanywavyEnglishadjDrunk.slang
botanywavyEnglishnounAlternative form of wavey (goose).alt-of alternative dated possibly
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishnounA fabric, usually of thick cotton or wool, having a dull brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colour.also attributive countable uncountable
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishnounThe colour of this fabric.also attributive countable uncountable
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishnounOften in the plural form drabs: apparel, especially trousers, made from this fabric.also attributive countable uncountable
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishnounA dull or uninteresting appearance or situation, unremarkable.also attributive broadly countable uncountable
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishadjOf the colour of some types of drabcloth: dull brownish yellow or dun.
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishadjParticularly of colour: dull, uninteresting.broadly
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishnounA dirty or untidy woman; a slattern.dated
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishnounA promiscuous woman, a slut; a prostitute.dated
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishverbTo consort with prostitutes; to whore.intransitive obsolete
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishnounA small amount, especially of money.
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishnounA box used in a saltworks for holding the salt when taken out of the boiling pans.
brownish yellow, dull grey, or dun colordrabEnglishnounAn instance of a transgender or non-binary person presenting as the gender corresponding to their sex assigned at birth instead of that corresponding to their internal gender identity (for instance, a trans woman dressed as a man).LGBT lifestyle sexualityslang uncountable
burrowpesäIngriannounnest
burrowpesäIngriannounden, burrow
capacity to eat large quantitieshollow legEnglishnounCapacity to eat large quantities.
capacity to eat large quantitieshollow legEnglishnounAbility or tendency to drink large quantities of alcohol.
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjCarrying more fat than usual on one's body; plump; not lean or thin.
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjThick; large.
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjBulbous; rotund.
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjBountiful.
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjOily; greasy; unctuous; rich (said of food).
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjExhibiting the qualities of a fat animal; coarse; heavy; gross; dull; stupid.obsolete
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjFertile; productive.
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjRich; producing a large income; desirable.
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjAbounding in riches; affluent; fortunate.
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjOf a character which enables the compositor to make large wages; said of matter containing blank, cuts, or many leads, etc.media printing publishingdated
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjBeing a shot in which the ground is struck before the ball.golf hobbies lifestyle sports
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjOf a role: significant; major; meaty.entertainment lifestyle theater
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjBeing greatly or substantially such; real.slang
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishadjAlternative form of phatalt-of alternative
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounA specialized animal tissue with high lipid content, used for long-term storage of energy: fat tissue.uncountable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounA specialized animal tissue with high lipid content, used for long-term storage of energy: fat tissue. / Such tissue as food: the fatty portion of (or trimmings from) meat cuts.uncountable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounA lipid that is solid at room temperature, which fat tissue contains and which is also found in the blood circulation; sometimes, a refined substance chemically resembling such naturally occurring lipids.countable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounThat part of an organization deemed wasteful.uncountable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounAn erection.slang uncountable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounA poorly played shot where the ball is struck by the top part of the club head. (see also thin, shank, toe)golf hobbies lifestyle sportsuncountable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounThe best or richest productions; the best part.uncountable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounWork containing much blank, or its equivalent, and therefore profitable to the compositor.media printing publishingdated uncountable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounA fat person.derogatory informal uncountable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounA beef cattle fattened for sale.uncountable usually
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishverbTo make fat; to fatten.archaic transitive
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishverbTo become fat; to fatten.archaic intransitive
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishverbTo hit (a golf ball) with a fat shot.golf hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounA large tub or vessel for water, wine, or other liquids; a cistern.obsolete
carrying a larger than normal amount of fat on one's bodyfatEnglishnounA dry measure, generally equal to nine bushels.obsolete
cattle thiefabactorLatinnounA cattle thief; abactor or rustler.declension-3
cattle thiefabactorLatinnounA man who abducts.declension-3
changing one's voiceundulateEnglishverbTo cause to move in a wavelike motion.transitive
changing one's voiceundulateEnglishverbTo cause to resemble a wave.transitive
changing one's voiceundulateEnglishverbTo move in wavelike motions.intransitive
changing one's voiceundulateEnglishverbTo appear wavelike.intransitive
changing one's voiceundulateEnglishadjWavy in appearance or form.
changing one's voiceundulateEnglishadjChanging the pitch and volume of one's voice.
changing one's voiceundulateEnglishadjsinuous, winding up and down.biology botany natural-sciencesof a margin
characteristic of being ridiculousridiculousnessEnglishnounThe characteristic of being ridiculous.uncountable
characteristic of being ridiculousridiculousnessEnglishnounThe result of being ridiculous.countable
characteristically representing somethingtypicalEnglishadjCapturing the overall sense of a thing.
characteristically representing somethingtypicalEnglishadjCharacteristically representing something by form, group, idea or type.
characteristically representing somethingtypicalEnglishadjNormal, average; to be expected.
characteristically representing somethingtypicalEnglishadjOf a lower taxon, containing the type of the higher taxon.biology natural-sciences taxonomy
characteristically representing somethingtypicalEnglishnounAnything that is typical, normal, or standard.
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishadjStrong; powerful; capable of acting or being used with great effect; energetic; vigorous; headstrong. / Strong in growth; growing with vigour or rapidity, hence, coarse or gross. / Causing strong growth; producing luxuriantly; rich and fertile.obsolete
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishadjStrong; powerful; capable of acting or being used with great effect; energetic; vigorous; headstrong. / Strong in growth; growing with vigour or rapidity, hence, coarse or gross. / Suffering from overgrowth or hypertrophy; plethoric.obsolete
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishadjStrong; powerful; capable of acting or being used with great effect; energetic; vigorous; headstrong. / Strong in growth; growing with vigour or rapidity, hence, coarse or gross.obsolete
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishadjStrong; powerful; capable of acting or being used with great effect; energetic; vigorous; headstrong. / Strong to the senses; offensive; noisome. / Having a very strong and bad taste or odor.obsolete
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishadjStrong; powerful; capable of acting or being used with great effect; energetic; vigorous; headstrong. / Strong to the senses; offensive; noisome. / Gross, disgusting, foul.informal obsolete
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishadjcomplete, unmitigated, utter.emphatic intensifier negative
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishadjlustful; lasciviousobsolete
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishadvQuickly, eagerly, impetuously.obsolete
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounA row of people or things organized in a grid pattern, often soldiers.countable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounOne of the eight horizontal lines of squares on a chessboard (i.e., those identified by a number).board-games chess gamescountable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounIn a pipe organ, a set of pipes of a certain quality for which each pipe corresponds to one key or pedal.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounOne's position in a list sorted by a shared property such as physical location, population, or quality.countable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounThe level of one's position in a class-based society.countable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounA category of people, such as those who share an occupation or belong to an organisation.countable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounA hierarchical level in an organization such as the military.countable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounA level in a scientific taxonomy system.biology natural-sciences taxonomycountable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounThe dimensionality of an array (computing) or tensor.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounThe maximal number of linearly independent columns (or rows) of a matrix.linear-algebra mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounThe maximum quantity of D-linearly independent elements of a module (over an integral domain D).algebra mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishnounThe size of any basis of a given matroid.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishverbTo place abreast, or in a line.
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishverbTo have a ranking.
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishverbTo assign a suitable place in a class or order; to classify.
chess: one of the horizontal lines of squaresrankEnglishverbTo take rank of; to outrank.US
city & county閬中ChinesenameLangzhong (a county-level city in Nanchong, Sichuan, China)
city & county閬中Chinesename(historical) Langzhong, a former county of Sichuan during the imperial, republican, and communist eras.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishnounA group of birds that have suddenly started up from undergrowth, trees, etc.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo cause to take flight from concealment.transitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo take suddenly to flight, especially from cover.intransitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishadjSmooth, even, aligned; not sticking out.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishadjWealthy or well off.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishadjShort for flush left and right: a body of text aligned with both its left and right margins.media publishing typographyabbreviation alt-of
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishadjFull of vigour; fresh; glowing; bright.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishadjAffluent; abounding; well furnished or suppled; hence, liberal; prodigal.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishadvSuddenly and completely.not-comparable
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishnounA sudden flowing; a rush which fills or overflows, as of water for cleansing purposes.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishnounParticularly, such a cleansing of a toilet.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishnounThe process of clearing the contents of a buffer or cache.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishnounA suffusion of the face with blood, as from fear, shame, modesty, or intensity of feeling of any kind; a blush; a glow.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishnounAny tinge of red colour like that produced on the cheeks by a sudden rush of blood.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishnounA sudden flood or rush of feeling; a thrill of excitement, animation, etc.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishnounA line of poles or obstacles that a skier must weave between.hobbies lifestyle skiing sports
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo cleanse by flooding with generous quantities of a fluid.transitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbParticularly, to cleanse a toilet by introducing a large amount of water.transitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo become suffused with reddish color due to embarrassment, excitement, overheating, or other systemic disturbance, to blush.intransitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo cause to blush.transitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo cause to be full; to flood; to overflow; to overwhelm with water.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo excite, inflame.transitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo be cleansed by being flooded with generous quantities of water.intransitive of a toilet
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo clear (a buffer or cache) of its contents.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo write (the data) to primary storage, clearing it from the buffer or cache.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesof data held in a buffer or cache transitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo flow and spread suddenly; to rush.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo show red; to shine suddenly; to glow.
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo fill in (joints); to point the level; to make them flush.business construction manufacturing masonry
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo operate a placer mine, where the continuous supply of water is insufficient, by holding back the water, and releasing it periodically in a flood.business miningintransitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo fill underground spaces, especially in coal mines, with material carried by water, which, after drainage, constitutes a compact mass.business mining
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishverbTo dispose or be disposed of by flushing down a toiletintransitive transitive
cleansing of a toiletflushEnglishnounA hand consisting of all cards with the same suit.card-games poker
clear, sunnyгажаKomi-Zyrianadjjoyful, merry
clear, sunnyгажаKomi-Zyrianadjbeautiful
clear, sunnyгажаKomi-Zyrianadjcosy, comfortable
clear, sunnyгажаKomi-Zyrianadjtipsy, squiffy
clear, sunnyгажаKomi-Zyrianadjclear, sunny
clear, sunnyгажаKomi-Zyrianadjfast, quickof horses
clear, sunnyгажаKomi-Zyrianadjinterestingdialectal
clevergudrusLithuanianadjcleverstress-pattern-4
clevergudrusLithuanianadjsly, cunningstress-pattern-4
clumsy, awkwarduncouthEnglishadjUnfamiliar, strange, foreign.archaic
clumsy, awkwarduncouthEnglishadjClumsy, awkward.
clumsy, awkwarduncouthEnglishadjUnrefined, crude.
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounOriginally (Scandinavia, mythology), a giant supernatural being; now (European folklore, fantasy), a grotesque humanoid creature living in caves or hills or under bridges.
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounA company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces copyrights, patents, trademarks, or other intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic manner, often with no intention of commercially exploiting the subjects of the rights.broadly derogatory informal
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounAn ugly or unpleasant person.broadly derogatory slang
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounAn optical ejection from the top of the electrically active core region of a thunderstorm that is red in colour that seems to occur after tendrils of vigorous sprites extend downward towards cloudtops.astronomy climatology meteorology natural-sciencesbroadly
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a rolling motion. / To move (something, especially a round object) by, or as if by, rolling; to bowl, to roll, to trundle.transitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a rolling motion. / Often followed by in: to cause (something) to flow or roll in like a stream.obsolete transitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a rolling motion. / To roll; also, to turn round and round; to rotate, to spin, to whirl.intransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a rolling motion. / To move or walk at a leisurely pace; to ramble, to saunter, to stroll.intransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a rolling motion. / Chiefly of a man: synonym of cruise (“to stroll about to find a (male) sexual partner”).intransitive slang specifically
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a rolling motion. / Followed by in: to flow or roll in like a stream.intransitive obsolete
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to the motion of passing around. / To sing the parts of (a catch, round, or similar song) in succession; also (generally), to sing (a song) freely or in a carefree way, or loudly.entertainment lifestyle musicarchaic transitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to the motion of passing around. / To pass (something, specifically a bowl or other communal drinking vessel) from one person to another; to circulate, to send about.obsolete transitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to the motion of passing around. / Of bells: to ring a sequence of tones in a resounding manner.archaic intransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to the motion of passing around. / Of a person: to sing the parts of a catch, round, or similar song in succession; also (generally), to sing freely or in a carefree way, or loudly.entertainment lifestyle musicarchaic intransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to the motion of passing around. / Of a song: to be sung freely or in a carefree way, or loudly; also, of a tune: to be constantly in someone's mind.entertainment lifestyle musicarchaic intransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to the motion of passing around. / Of a bowl or other communal drinking vessel, or the drink inside it: to be passed around from one person to another.intransitive obsolete
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a light, quick motion. / To say (something) lightly and quickly, or in a deep, resounding voice.transitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a light, quick motion. / To move (the tongue) lightly and quickly when speaking.obsolete transitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a light, quick motion. / To speak lightly and quickly, or in a deep, resounding voice.intransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to a light, quick motion. / To move lightly and quickly; especially of the tongue when speaking; to wag.intransitive obsolete
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to fishing. / To fish in (a place) using a running fishing line (that is, a line with a hook on the end which is drawn along the water surface, possibly a line which would originally have been spooled on to a troll (etymology 2, noun sense 6.1)).fishing hobbies lifestyletransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to fishing. / To attract or draw out (someone or something); to allure, to elicit, to entice, to lure.figuratively transitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to fishing. / To make or post inflammatory or insincere statements in an attempt to lure (someone) into combative argument for purposes of personal entertainment or to manipulate their perception, especially in an online community or discussion; also, to post such statements on (an online location, such as a social media website).figuratively transitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to fishing. / To fish using a running fishing line.fishing hobbies lifestyleintransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to fishing. / To fish using a line and bait or lures trailed behind a boat similarly to trawling.fishing hobbies lifestyleScotland US intransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishverbSenses relating to fishing. / To make or post inflammatory or insincere statements in an attempt to lure people into combative argument for purposes of personal entertainment or to manipulate their perception, especially in an online community or discussion.figuratively intransitive
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounAn act of moving round; a repetition, a routine.
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounAn act of fishing by using a running fishing line, or by trailing a line with bait or lures behind a boat.fishing hobbies lifestyle
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounA fishing line, bait, or lure used to fish in these ways.fishing hobbies lifestyle
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounA person who makes or posts inflammatory or insincere statements in an attempt to lure others into combative argument for purposes of personal entertainment or to manipulate their perception, especially in an online community or discussion; also, such a statement.figuratively
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounA person who sows discord, or spreads misinformation or propaganda, in order to promote an agenda as part of an organized political campaign.government politicsbroadly
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounA song the parts of which are sung in succession; a catch, a round.entertainment lifestyle music
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounA small wheel; specifically (fishing), the reel or winch of a fishing line.obsolete
company, person, etc., that owns and legally enforces intellectual property rights in an aggressive and opportunistic mannertrollEnglishnounA trolley.dialectal obsolete
compendium of writings on Roman lawpandectEnglishnounUsually in the plural form Pandects: a compendium or digest of writings on Roman law divided in 50 books, compiled in the 6th century C.E. by order of the Eastern Roman emperor Justinian I (c. 482–565).lawAncient-Rome historical
compendium of writings on Roman lawpandectEnglishnounAlso in the plural form pandects: a comprehensive collection of laws; specifically, the whole body of law of a country; a legal code.broadly rare
compendium of writings on Roman lawpandectEnglishnounA treatise or similar work that is comprehensive as to a particular topic; specifically (Christianity) a manuscript of the entire Bible.also broadly figuratively
compound with arsenic in oxidation state -3arsenideEnglishnounAn ion that is an arsenic atom with three extra electrons and charge −3.
compound with arsenic in oxidation state -3arsenideEnglishnounA compound with arsenic in oxidation state −3.
concern for anotherregardEnglishnounA steady look, a gaze.countable
concern for anotherregardEnglishnounOne's concern for another; esteem; relation, reference.countable uncountable
concern for anotherregardEnglishnounA particular aspect or detail; respect, sense.countable uncountable
concern for anotherregardEnglishnounThe worth or estimation in which something or someone is held.uncountable
concern for anotherregardEnglishverbTo look at; to observe.transitive
concern for anotherregardEnglishverbTo consider, look upon (something) in a given way etc.transitive
concern for anotherregardEnglishverbTo take notice of, pay attention to.archaic transitive
concern for anotherregardEnglishverbTo face toward.transitive
concern for anotherregardEnglishverbTo have to do with, to concern.transitive
concern for anotherregardEnglishverbTo set store by (something), to hold (someone) in esteem; to consider to have value, to respect.obsolete transitive
confer a name uponnominateEnglishverbTo name someone as a candidate for a particular role or position, including that of an office.
confer a name uponnominateEnglishverbTo specify in advance which pocket a ball will be potted in; to call; to name.
confer a name uponnominateEnglishverbTo entitle, confer a name upon.obsolete
confer a name uponnominateEnglishadjnominotypicalbiology natural-sciences zoologynot-comparable
couragebottleEnglishnounA container, typically made of glass or plastic and having a tapered neck, used primarily for holding liquids.
couragebottleEnglishnounThe contents of such a container.
couragebottleEnglishnounA container with a rubber nipple used for giving liquids to infants, a baby bottle.
couragebottleEnglishnoun(originally "bottle and glass" as rhyming slang for "arse") Nerve, courage.Britain informal
couragebottleEnglishnounA container of hair dye, hence with one’s hair color produced by dyeing.attributive of a person with a particular hair color
couragebottleEnglishnounIntoxicating liquor; alcohol.figuratively
couragebottleEnglishverbTo seal (a liquid) into a bottle for later consumption. Also fig.transitive
couragebottleEnglishverbTo feed (an infant) baby formula.Britain transitive
couragebottleEnglishverbTo refrain from doing (something) at the last moment because of a sudden loss of courage.Britain slang
couragebottleEnglishverbTo throw away a leading position.hobbies lifestyle sportsBritain slang
couragebottleEnglishverbTo strike (someone) with a bottle.Britain slang
couragebottleEnglishverbTo pelt (a musical act on stage, etc.) with bottles as a sign of disapproval.Britain slang
couragebottleEnglishverbOf pages printed several on a sheet: to rotate slightly when the sheet is folded two or more times.media printing publishingintransitive
couragebottleEnglishnounA dwelling; habitation.UK dialectal obsolete
couragebottleEnglishnounA building; house.UK dialectal
couragebottleEnglishnounA bundle, especially of hay; something tied in a bundle.obsolete
culturedcultivatedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of cultivateform-of participle past
culturedcultivatedEnglishadjcultured, refined, educatedof a person
culturedcultivatedEnglishadjgrown by cultivation (not wild)of a plant
culturedcultivatedEnglishadjfarmedof land
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA location which has a higher temperature or amount of radiation than surrounding areas. / A part of a forest fire which is burning actively.business firefighting forestry government
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA location which has a higher temperature or amount of radiation than surrounding areas. / The surface manifestation of a plume of molten material that rises from deep in a celestial body's mantle.astronomy geography geology natural-sciences planetology
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA location which has a higher temperature or amount of radiation than surrounding areas. / An area of high radioactive contamination.
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA location which has a higher temperature or amount of radiation than surrounding areas. / Synonym of heiligenschein (“an optical phenomenon which creates a bright spot around the shadow of the viewer's head, when the surface on which the shadow falls has special optical characteristics”)engineering natural-sciences optics physical-sciences physics
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA location which has a higher temperature or amount of radiation than surrounding areas. / An infected lesion in dogs or other furry mammals caused by excessive itching
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA location which has a higher temperature or amount of radiation than surrounding areas.
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA place notable for a high level of activity or danger. / A dangerous place of violent political unrest.figuratively
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA place notable for a high level of activity or danger. / A lively and entertaining place, such as a nightclub.figuratively
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA place notable for a high level of activity or danger. / A part of an application that consumes a significant amount of execution time.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesfiguratively
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA place notable for a high level of activity or danger. / A part of a control (“an interactive interface element”) that responds dynamically as a user moves a pointer over it (for example, a part of an image map that contains a hyperlink which can be clicked on with a cursor).computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesfiguratively
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA place notable for a high level of activity or danger. / A location in which Wi-Fi Internet access is available.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciencesInternet figuratively
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA place notable for a high level of activity or danger. / Short for biodiversity hotspot (“a place with a significant level of biodiversity, particularly if the flora and fauna are threatened with loss of their habitat”).biology ecology natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of figuratively
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA place notable for a high level of activity or danger. / The region of a gene in which there is a higher than normal rate of mutation.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesfiguratively
dangerous place of violent political unresthot spotEnglishnounA place notable for a high level of activity or danger.figuratively
decreasecome downEnglishverbTo descend, fall down, collapse.intransitive
decreasecome downEnglishverbTo be demolished.intransitive
decreasecome downEnglishverbTo decrease.intransitive
decreasecome downEnglishverbTo reach a decision.intransitive
decreasecome downEnglishverbTo be passed through time.intransitive
decreasecome downEnglishverbTo return from an elevated state of consciousness or emotion.idiomatic intransitive
decreasecome downEnglishverbTo rain.UK impersonal
decreasecome downEnglishverbTo graduate from university, especially an Oxbridge university.UK intransitive
decreasecome downEnglishverbShortening of of come down the (pike, line, etc.) To be about to happen.
degree of ability to produce a desired effectefficacyEnglishnounAbility to produce a desired effect under ideal testing conditions.uncountable usually
degree of ability to produce a desired effectefficacyEnglishnounDegree of ability to produce a desired effect; effectiveness.uncountable usually
degree of thickness薄厚Chinesenounthin and thick
degree of thickness薄厚Chinesenoundegree of thicknessfiguratively
degree of thickness薄厚Chinesenounfavour or disfavour; meanness and generosity; intimacy and alienationfiguratively
desiring successaspirationalEnglishadjBeing ambitious.
desiring successaspirationalEnglishadjDesiring success.
desiring successaspirationalEnglishadjExpressing a hope or intention but not creating a legally binding obligation.law
desiring successaspirationalEnglishnounA person with aspirations.
difficult, arduoustrudnyPolishadjdifficult (hard, not easy, requiring much effort)
difficult, arduoustrudnyPolishadjdifficult (not easily understandable)
difficult, arduoustrudnyPolishadjdifficult (filled with hardship)
difficult, arduoustrudnyPolishadjdifficult (hard to manage, uncooperative, troublesome)
disgrace or shamereproachEnglishnounA mild rebuke, or an implied criticism.countable uncountable
disgrace or shamereproachEnglishnounDisgrace or shame.countable uncountable
disgrace or shamereproachEnglishnounAn object of scorn.countable
disgrace or shamereproachEnglishverbTo criticize or rebuke (someone).transitive
disgrace or shamereproachEnglishverbTo disgrace, or bring shame upon.transitive
distortнівечитиUkrainianverbto destroy, to ruin, to spoil, to blighttransitive
distortнівечитиUkrainianverbto maim, to mutilatetransitive
distortнівечитиUkrainianverbto distort (give a false or misleading account of)transitive
document containing a certified statementcertificateEnglishnounA document containing a certified statement.
document containing a certified statementcertificateEnglishnounA document evidencing ownership or debt.
document containing a certified statementcertificateEnglishnounA document serving as evidence that a person has completed an educational course, issued either by an institution not authorised to grant diplomas, or to a student not qualifying for a diploma.education
document containing a certified statementcertificateEnglishnounThe information needed in order to verify a positive answer to a problem.computing computing-theory engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
document containing a certified statementcertificateEnglishnounEllipsis of public key certificate.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
document containing a certified statementcertificateEnglishnounA motion picture age rating.Britain Ireland
document containing a certified statementcertificateEnglishverbTo supply with a certificate, especially following certification.
edgeRandLuxembourgishnounedge, bordermasculine
edgeRandLuxembourgishnounmargin (e.g. of a page)masculine
edgeRandLuxembourgishnouna bovine mammal, for example a cow or oxneuter
electrical switchDruckknopfGermannounsnap fastener, press studmasculine strong
electrical switchDruckknopfGermannounpush buttonmasculine strong
electroshockelectroshockEnglishnounelectric shock.countable uncountable
electroshockelectroshockEnglishnounElectroconvulsive therapy.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
electroshockelectroshockEnglishverbTo administer electroconvulsive therapy.medicine sciences
encampmentπαρεμβολήAncient Greeknouninsertion, interpolation
encampmentπαρεμβολήAncient Greeknounparenthesis; interjectiongrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
encampmentπαρεμβολήAncient Greeknoundrawing up in battle-order / company of soldiers
encampmentπαρεμβολήAncient Greeknoundrawing up in battle-order / encampment
encampmentπαρεμβολήAncient Greeknoundrawing up in battle-order
encampmentπαρεμβολήAncient Greeknoun(in boxing and wrestling, with βάλλω (bállō)) the act of tripping (an opponent) by twisting the leg / the act of tripping (an opponent) by twisting the legin boxing and wrestling with βάλλω (bállō)
environmentlingkunganIndonesiannounenvironment, / the surroundings of, and influences on, a particular item of interest.
environmentlingkunganIndonesiannounenvironment, / the natural world or ecosystem.
environmentlingkunganIndonesiannounenvironment, / all the elements that affect a system or its inputs and outputs.
environmentlingkunganIndonesiannounenvironment, / the software and/or hardware existing on any particular computer system.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
environmentlingkunganIndonesiannounarea, a particular geographic region.
environmentlingkunganIndonesiannouncircle, group.
environmentlingkunganIndonesiannounsubdivision of a parish.Catholicism Christianity
environmentlingkunganIndonesiannounshort for lingkungan tetangga (“neighbourhood”).human-sciences sciences social-science sociologyabbreviation alt-of
excessivelavishEnglishadjExpending or bestowing profusely; profuse; prodigal.
excessivelavishEnglishadjSuperabundant; excessive.
excessivelavishEnglishadjUnrestrained, impetuous.obsolete
excessivelavishEnglishadjRank or lush with vegetation.dialectal
excessivelavishEnglishverbTo give out extremely generously; to squander.transitive
excessivelavishEnglishverbTo give out to (somebody) extremely generously.transitive
excessivelavishEnglishnounExcessive abundance or expenditure, profusion, prodigality.obsolete uncountable
expression of the public’s views on an issue, whether legally binding or notplebisciteEnglishnounA direct popular vote on an issue of public importance, such as an amendment to the constitution, a change in the sovereignty of the nation, or some government policy.government law politics
expression of the public’s views on an issue, whether legally binding or notplebisciteEnglishnounAn expression of the public's views on an issue, whether legally binding or not.broadly
expression of the public’s views on an issue, whether legally binding or notplebisciteEnglishnounSynonym of plebiscitum (“a law enacted by the common people, under the superintendence of a tribune or some subordinate plebeian magistrate, without the intervention of the senate”)Ancient-Rome historical
extreme, unnecessarily forcefulheavy-handedEnglishadjClumsy, awkward.derogatory
extreme, unnecessarily forcefulheavy-handedEnglishadjExcessive, overdone.
extreme, unnecessarily forcefulheavy-handedEnglishadjLacking subtlety or nuance.derogatory
extreme, unnecessarily forcefulheavy-handedEnglishadjOverbearing, coercive; unnecessarily forceful; harsh, oppressive.derogatory
fabric: Having pinstripespinstripedEnglishadjHaving pinstripes.of fabric
fabric: Having pinstripespinstripedEnglishadjMade from such fabric.of a suit
fabric: Having pinstripespinstripedEnglishadjWearing a suit of this fabric.
faceצורהYiddishnounfacederogatory dialectal sometimes
faceצורהYiddishnounappearance
fake or pirated good山寨Chinesenounmountain stronghold
fake or pirated good山寨Chinesenounmountain camp
fake or pirated good山寨Chinesenounmountain fortress
fake or pirated good山寨Chinesenounfortified mountain village
fake or pirated good山寨Chinesenounshanzhai; fake or pirated good, especially an electronic one; knockoffslang
famous personidentityEnglishnounSameness, identicalness; the quality or fact of (several specified things) being the same.countable uncountable
famous personidentityEnglishnounThe difference or character that marks off an individual or collective from the rest of the same kind; selfhood; the sense of who something or someone or oneself is, or the recurring characteristics that enable the recognition of such an individual or group by others or themselves.countable uncountable
famous personidentityEnglishnounA name or persona—a mask or appearance one presents to the world—by which one is known.countable uncountable
famous personidentityEnglishnounAn equation which always holds true regardless of the choice of input variables.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
famous personidentityEnglishnounAny function which maps all elements of its domain to themselves.algebra computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
famous personidentityEnglishnounAn element of an algebraic structure which, when applied to another element under an operation in that structure, yields this second element.algebra mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
famous personidentityEnglishnounA well-known or famous person.Australia New-Zealand countable uncountable
favorable occurrence幸いJapaneseadjvery fortunate and happy, especially as bestowed by gods, spirits, buddhas, or other entities
favorable occurrence幸いJapaneseadjfavorable, ideal (often used in polite constructions)
favorable occurrence幸いJapaneseadvfortunately, luckily, happily
favorable occurrence幸いJapanesenounvery good fortune and happiness, especially as bestowed by gods, spirits, buddhas, or other entities
favorable occurrence幸いJapanesenounan occurrence of good luck or good fortune
favorable occurrence幸いJapanesenounthe tail and back fins of a carp or other fish, as used in cooking
favorable occurrence幸いJapanesenounan occurrence of good luck or good fortuneobsolete
favorable occurrence幸いJapanesenoungood luck or good fortune itselfobsolete
favorable occurrence幸いJapanesenounan occurrence of good luck or good fortuneobsolete rare
favorable occurrence幸いJapanesenoungood luck or good fortune itselfobsolete rare
female duckduckEnglishverbTo quickly lower the head or body, often in order to prevent it from being struck by something.intransitive
female duckduckEnglishverbTo quickly lower (the head or body), often in order to prevent it from being struck by something.transitive
female duckduckEnglishverbTo lower (something) into water; to thrust or plunge under liquid and suddenly withdraw.transitive
female duckduckEnglishverbTo go under the surface of water and immediately reappear; to plunge one's head into water or other liquid.intransitive
female duckduckEnglishverbTo bow.intransitive
female duckduckEnglishverbTo evade doing something.figuratively transitive
female duckduckEnglishverbTo lower the volume of (a sound) so that other sounds in the mix can be heard more clearly.transitive
female duckduckEnglishverbTo enter a place for a short moment.colloquial intransitive
female duckduckEnglishnounA cave passage containing water with low, or no, airspace.caving hobbies lifestyle
female duckduckEnglishnounAn aquatic bird of the family Anatidae, having a flat bill and webbed feet.countable uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounSpecifically, an adult female duck; contrasted with drake and with duckling.countable uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounThe flesh of a duck used as food.uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounA batsman's score of zero after getting out. (short for duck's egg, since the digit "0" is round like an egg.)ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounA playing card with the rank of two.countable slang uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounA building intentionally constructed in the shape of an everyday object to which it is related.countable uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounA marble to be shot at with another marble (the shooter) in children's games.countable uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounA cairn used to mark a trail.US countable uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounOne of the weights used to hold a spline in place for the purpose of drawing a curve.countable uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounSynonym of lame duck (“one who cannot fulfil their contracts”)business financecountable dated slang uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounA long-necked medical urinal for men; a bed urinal.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounA faggot; a meatball made from offal.UK countable obsolete slang uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounSynonym of bitch (“a man forced or coerced into a homosexual relationship, especially in prison”).LGBT lifestyle sexualityUS countable slang uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounA tightly-woven cotton fabric used as sailcloth.countable uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounTrousers made of such material.countable in-plural uncountable
female duckduckEnglishnounA term of endearment; pet; darling.
female duckduckEnglishnounDear, mate (informal way of addressing a friend or stranger).Midlands
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounA refreshingly sharp aroma or flavor.
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounA strong or offensive taste; especially, a taste of something extraneous to the thing itself.
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounA sharp, specific flavor or tinge.figuratively
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounA projecting part of an object by means of which it is secured to a handle, or to some other part.
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounThe part of a knife, fork, file, or other small instrument, which is inserted into the handle.
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounThe projecting part of the breech of a musket barrel, by which the barrel is secured to the stock.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounThe part of a sword blade to which the handle is fastened.
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounAny of a group of saltwater fish from the family Acanthuridae, especially the genus Zebrasoma.biology natural-sciences zoology
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounA shuffleboard paddle.games
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounObsolete form of tongue.alt-of obsolete
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounAnything resembling a tongue in form or position, such as the tongue of a buckle.broadly
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounA sharp, twanging sound; an unpleasant tone; a twang.
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishverbTo strike two metal objects together loudly in order to persuade a swarm of honeybees to land so it may be captured by the beekeeper.agriculture beekeeping business lifestyledated
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishverbTo make a ringing sound; to ring.
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounknotted wrack, Ascophyllum nodosum (coarse blackish seaweed)countable rare uncountable
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounThe vagina.countable slang vulgar
fish from the Acanthuridae familytangEnglishnounsexual intercourse with a womanslang uncountable vulgar
fishing and hunting guidegillieEnglishnounA male attendant of a Scottish Highland chief.Scotland
fishing and hunting guidegillieEnglishnounA fishing and hunting guide; a man or boy who attends to a person who is fishing or hunting, especially in Scotland.Britain Ireland Scotland
fishing and hunting guidegillieEnglishverbTo be a gillie, a fishing or hunting guide, for (someone).intransitive
fishing and hunting guidegillieEnglishnounA gill of an alcoholic drink.Scotland
flagwaftEnglishverbTo (cause to) float easily or gently through the air.ergative
flagwaftEnglishverbTo be moved, or to pass, on a buoyant medium; to float.intransitive
flagwaftEnglishverbTo give notice to by waving something; to wave the hand to; to beckon.
flagwaftEnglishnounA light breeze.
flagwaftEnglishnounSomething (such as an odor or perfume) that is carried through the air.
flagwaftEnglishnounA flag used to indicate wind direction or, with a knot tied in the center, as a signal; a waif, a wheft.nautical transport
flyMeckCentral Franconiannouna thin-bodied flying insect, particularly a mosquito, also a crane fly, gnat, or midgefeminine of Moselle Franconian
flyMeckCentral Franconiannouna flyfeminine southern-Moselle-Franconian
for what purposewhat forEnglishadvFor what purpose.not-comparable
for what purposewhat forEnglishadvFor what reason; why.colloquial not-comparable
for what purposewhat forEnglishnounAn unspecified punishment or rebukecolloquial idiomatic usually with "give someone"
formal declaration of agreement to a treaty etcratificationEnglishnounThe act or process of ratifying, or the state of being ratified.countable uncountable
formal declaration of agreement to a treaty etcratificationEnglishnounA formal declaration of agreement to a treaty etc.countable uncountable
from Wade-GilesZhouEnglishnounA people of ancient China.plural plural-only
from Wade-GilesZhouEnglishnameVarious regions of ancient China occupied by this people, including the Fen and Wei valleys
from Wade-GilesZhouEnglishnameA dynasty of rulers over this people, who conquered the Shang kingdom and nominally ruled China until their conquest by Qin in the 3rd century BC
from Wade-GilesZhouEnglishnameThe realm of this dynasty, surrounding the Yellow River
from Wade-GilesZhouEnglishnameThe era of Chinese history during which this dynasty ruled
from Wade-GilesZhouEnglishnameThe valley of the Luo and Yi Rivers during the Eastern Zhou dynasty
from Wade-GilesZhouEnglishnameThe short-lived dynasty declared by Wu Zetian during the Tang
from Wade-GilesZhouEnglishnameA surname. of Chinese origin.
full of, covered with, or similar to gravel or pebblesgravellyEnglishadjFull of, covered with, or similar to gravel or pebbles.
full of, covered with, or similar to gravel or pebblesgravellyEnglishadjOf a voice: unpleasantly harsh or rasping.
full of, covered with, or similar to gravel or pebblesgravellyEnglishadjCaused by or involving gravel (“kidney stones”).medicine pathology sciences
full of, covered with, or similar to gravel or pebblesgravellyEnglishadjFull of or covered with sand; sandy.obsolete
future tensefuturoPortugueseadjfuture
future tensefuturoPortuguesenounfuture (the time ahead)masculine uncountable
future tensefuturoPortuguesenounfuture tensegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesmasculine uncountable
future tensefuturoPortugueseverbfirst-person singular present indicative of futurarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
genus in TenebrionidaeTriboliumTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Poaceae – various grasses.neuter
genus in TenebrionidaeTriboliumTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Tenebrionidae – certain flour beetles.neuter
glidelíðaIcelandicverbto pass, to go byof time strong transitive verb with-dative
glidelíðaIcelandicverbto float, to glideintransitive strong verb
glidelíðaIcelandicverbdescribing a specific feeling; to feelimpersonal intransitive strong verb
glidelíðaIcelandicverbto progressintransitive strong transitive verb with-dative
glidelíðaIcelandicverbto sufferstrong transitive verb with-accusative
glidelíðaIcelandicverbto endure, to toleratestrong transitive verb with-accusative
gluttonous, voraciousablasEstonianadjgluttonous, voracious, greedy for food (or drink)of an animal usually
gluttonous, voraciousablasEstonianadjkeen, eager, doing something avidly or wanting to.
go away, get lostget fuckedEnglishintjA term used to express contempt. Usually used after the individual in question is retaliated upon and the user has no sympathy.offensive vulgar
go away, get lostget fuckedEnglishintjGo away, get lost.offensive vulgar
go away, get lostget fuckedEnglishintjA curse meaning "go to hell".offensive vulgar
go away, get lostget fuckedEnglishintjUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see get, fucked.
growing from a bulb or producing bulbsbulbousEnglishadjHaving the shape of or resembling a bulb, bloated.
growing from a bulb or producing bulbsbulbousEnglishadjOverweight and round in shape.of a person
growing from a bulb or producing bulbsbulbousEnglishadjGrowing from a bulb or producing bulbs.biology botany natural-sciences
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see put, down.
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo insult, belittle, or demean.idiomatic
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo pay.of money as deposit
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo halt, eliminate, stop, or squelch, often by force.
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo euthanize (an animal).euphemistic
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo execute (a person), especially extrajudicially.euphemistic
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo write (something).
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo terminate a call on (a telephone); to hang up.
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo add a name to a list.
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo make prices, or taxes, lower.UK
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo place a baby somewhere to sleep.idiomatic
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo give something as a reason for something else.idiomatic
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo land.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesidiomatic of an aircraft
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo drop someone off, or let them out of a vehicle.idiomatic
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishverbTo cease, temporarily or permanently, reading (a book).idiomatic
halt, eliminate, often by forceput downEnglishnounAlternative spelling of put-downalt-of alternative
harvest mitewheal-wormEnglishnounAny of various insects or arachnids the bites of which produce raised sores.archaic
harvest mitewheal-wormEnglishnounA harvest mite, Trombicula sp.archaic
harvest mitewheal-wormEnglishnounAcarus autumnalis, synonym of Neotrombicula autumnalis, a species of miteobsolete
having a priceväärtEstonianadjworthy, valuable (having worth, merit, or value)indeclinable
having a priceväärtEstonianadjstately, well-deserved (being worthy of, deserving of sb/sth)indeclinable
having the power of charmingattractiveEnglishadjCausing attraction; having the quality of attracting by inherent force.
having the power of charmingattractiveEnglishadjHaving the power of charming or alluring by agreeable qualities; enticing.
having the power of charmingattractiveEnglishadjPleasing or appealing to the senses, especially of a potential romantic partner.
historical: one who is bound to serve a tradesperson with a view to learn his art or tradeapprenticeEnglishnounA trainee, especially in a skilled trade.
historical: one who is bound to serve a tradesperson with a view to learn his art or tradeapprenticeEnglishnounOne who is bound by indentures or by legal agreement to serve a tradesperson, or other person, for a certain time, with a view to learn the art, or trade, in which his master is bound to instruct him.historical
historical: one who is bound to serve a tradesperson with a view to learn his art or tradeapprenticeEnglishnounOne not well versed in a subject; a tyro or newbie.dated
historical: one who is bound to serve a tradesperson with a view to learn his art or tradeapprenticeEnglishverbTo put under the care and supervision of a master, for the purpose of instruction in a trade or business.transitive
historical: one who is bound to serve a tradesperson with a view to learn his art or tradeapprenticeEnglishverbTo be an apprentice to.transitive
hit backsvara í sömu myntIcelandicverbto hit backidiomatic intransitive transitive weak with-dative
hit backsvara í sömu myntIcelandicverbto retaliate, to reciprocateidiomatic intransitive transitive weak with-dative
hit backsvara í sömu myntIcelandicverbto returnidiomatic intransitive transitive weak with-dative
honor榮譽Chinesenounhonor; credit; glory
honor榮譽Chinesenounhonorable reputation; prestige
hospitalܐܓܘܪܣܐClassical Syriacnounfield, land
hospitalܐܓܘܪܣܐClassical Syriacnounfarm, estate
hospitalܐܓܘܪܣܐClassical Syriacnouncountry house, second home
hospitalܐܓܘܪܣܐClassical Syriacnounvillage
hospitalܐܓܘܪܣܐClassical Syriacnounhospital, almshouse, hospice
illegal liquorwho shot JohnEnglishnounLong and involved explanation, finger-pointing, or assignment of credit or blame.idiomatic uncountable
illegal liquorwho shot JohnEnglishnounNonsense; rubbish.idiomatic uncountable
illegal liquorwho shot JohnEnglishnounSomething bad; a mess.idiomatic uncountable
illegal liquorwho shot JohnEnglishnounLiquor, especially illegally made.Southern-US uncountable
inwhereatEnglishconjAt which, or toward which.archaic
inwhereatEnglishconjBecause of which; whereupon.archaic
in a difficult and inescapable positionbetween a rock and a hard placeEnglishprep_phraseIn a difficult and inescapable position.idiomatic
in a difficult and inescapable positionbetween a rock and a hard placeEnglishprep_phraseHaving the choice between two unpleasant or distasteful options; in a predicament or quandary.idiomatic
institution with elected or appointed membersparliamentEnglishnounA formal council summoned (especially by a monarch) to discuss important issues.countable historical uncountable
institution with elected or appointed membersparliamentEnglishnounIn many countries, the legislative branch of government, a deliberative assembly or set of assemblies whose elected or appointed members meet to debate the major political issues of the day, make, amend, and repeal laws, authorize the executive branch of government to spend money, and in some cases exercise judicial powers; a legislature.countable uncountable
institution with elected or appointed membersparliamentEnglishnounA particular assembly of the members of such a legislature, as convened for a specific purpose or period of time (commonly designated with an ordinal number – for example, first parliament or 12th parliament – or a descriptive adjective – for example, Long Parliament, Short Parliament and Rump Parliament).countable uncountable
institution with elected or appointed membersparliamentEnglishnounA gathering of birds, especially rooks or owls.countable uncountable
institution with elected or appointed membersparliamentEnglishnounParliament cake, a type of gingerbread.countable historical uncountable
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishnounA male sheep, typically uncastrated.agriculture biology business lifestyle natural-sciences zoology
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishnounA battering ram; a heavy object used for breaking through doors.
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishnounA warship intended to sink other ships by ramming them.government military nautical politics transport warhistorical
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishnounA reinforced section of the bow of a warship, intended to be used for ramming other ships.government military nautical politics transport warhistorical
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishnounA piston powered by hydraulic pressure.
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishnounAn act of ramming.
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishnounA weight which strikes a blow, in a ramming device such as a pile driver, steam hammer, or stamp mill.
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishverbTo collide with (an object), usually with the intention of damaging it or disabling its function.intransitive transitive
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishverbTo strike (something) hard, especially with an implement.transitive
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishverbTo seat a cartridge, projectile, or propellant charge in the breech of a firearm by pushing or striking.transitive
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishverbTo force, cram or thrust (someone or something) into or through something.also figuratively transitive
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishverbTo fill or compact by pounding or driving.transitive
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishverbTo thrust during sexual intercourse.slang
intentionally collide with (a ship)ramEnglishadjRancid; offensive in smell or taste.Northern-England
islandIbizaEnglishnameAn island of the Balearic Islands, Spain.
islandIbizaEnglishnameA city and municipality of Ibiza.
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounThe larger or thicker end of something; the blunt end, in distinction from the sharp or narrow end / The buttocks (used as a minced oath in idiomatic expressions; less objectionable than arse/ass). / The whole buttocks and pelvic region that includes one's private parts.Canada Philippines US countable slang
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounThe larger or thicker end of something; the blunt end, in distinction from the sharp or narrow end / The buttocks (used as a minced oath in idiomatic expressions; less objectionable than arse/ass). / Body; self.Canada Philippines US countable metonymically slang
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounThe larger or thicker end of something; the blunt end, in distinction from the sharp or narrow end / The buttocks (used as a minced oath in idiomatic expressions; less objectionable than arse/ass).Canada Philippines US countable slang
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounThe larger or thicker end of something; the blunt end, in distinction from the sharp or narrow end / The thickest and stoutest part of tanned oxhides, used for soles of boots, harness, trunks.countable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounThe waste end of anything. / A used cigarette.countable slang
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounThe waste end of anything. / A piece of land left unplowed at the end of a field.countable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounThe waste end of anything. / Hassock.West-Country countable obsolete
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounThe waste end of anything. / A crust end-piece of a loaf of bread.US countable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAn end of something, often distinguished in some way from the other end. / The end of a firearm opposite to that from which a bullet is fired.countable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAn end of something, often distinguished in some way from the other end. / The plastic or rubber cap used to cover the open end of a lacrosse stick's shaft in order to reduce injury.ball-games games hobbies lacrosse lifestyle sportscountable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAn end of something, often distinguished in some way from the other end. / The portion of a half-coupling fastened to the end of a hose.countable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAn end of something, often distinguished in some way from the other end. / The end of a connecting rod or other like piece, to which the boxing is attached by the strap, cotter, and gib.countable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAn end of something, often distinguished in some way from the other end. / A joint where the ends of two objects come squarely together without scarfing or chamfering.engineering mechanical mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAn end of something, often distinguished in some way from the other end. / A kind of hinge used in hanging doors, etc., so named because it is attached to the inside edge of the door and butts against the casing, instead of on its face, like the strap hinge; also called butt hinge.business carpentry construction manufacturingcountable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAn end of something, often distinguished in some way from the other end. / The joint where two planks in a strake meet.business manufacturing shipbuildingcountable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAn end of something, often distinguished in some way from the other end. / The blunt back part of an axehead or large blade. Also called the poll.countable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounA limit; a bound; a goal; the extreme bound; the end. / A mark to be shot at; a target.countable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounA limit; a bound; a goal; the extreme bound; the end. / (usually as "butt of (a) joke") A person at whom ridicule, jest, or contempt is directed. / A person at whom ridicule, jest, or contempt is directed.as "butt of (a) joke" countable usually
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounA limit; a bound; a goal; the extreme bound; the end. / The hut or shelter of the person who attends to the targets in rifle practice.countable
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishverbTo join at the butt, end, or outward extremity; to terminate; to be bounded; to abut.
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishverbTo strike bluntly, particularly with the head.transitive
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishverbTo strike bluntly with the head.intransitive
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishverbTo cut in line (in front of someone).Canada Eastern transitive
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounA push, thrust, or sudden blow, given by the head; a head butt.
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounA thrust in fencing.
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAn English measure of capacity for liquids, containing 126 wine gallons which is one-half tun; equivalent to the pipe.
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounA wooden cask for storing wine, usually containing 126 gallons.
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounAny of various flatfish such as sole, plaice or turbotNorthern-England
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounA heavy two-wheeled cart.Ireland West-Country dated
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounA three-wheeled cart resembling a wheelbarrow.Ireland West-Country dated
larger or thicker end of anything; blunt endbuttEnglishnounThe shoulder of an animal, especially the portion above the picnic, as a cut of meat.
lavatoryleithreasIrishnounAlternative form of leithleachasalt-of alternative masculine
lavatoryleithreasIrishnountoilet, lavatory, water closet, latrine, privymasculine
lazy person, depending upon financially independent people for supportdeadbeatEnglishnounA lazy or irresponsible person who is often unemployed, often depending upon wealthy or otherwise financially independent people for support.derogatory
lazy person, depending upon financially independent people for supportdeadbeatEnglishnounA person who defaults on debts.
lazy person, depending upon financially independent people for supportdeadbeatEnglishadjHaving a damped needle that stops without oscillation.not-comparable of an instrument
lazy person, depending upon financially independent people for supportdeadbeatEnglishadjDefaulting on one's debts.not-comparable
lazy person, depending upon financially independent people for supportdeadbeatEnglishadjDefeated or exhausted.not-comparable
lazy person, depending upon financially independent people for supportdeadbeatEnglishadjLazy or irresponsible.derogatory not-comparable
lazy person, depending upon financially independent people for supportdeadbeatEnglishadjDead tired.not-comparable
lifedaysEnglishnounplural of dayform-of plural
lifedaysEnglishnounA particular time or period of vague extent.plural plural-only
lifedaysEnglishnounLife.plural plural-only
lifedaysEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of dayform-of indicative present singular third-person
lifedaysEnglishadvDuring the day.not-comparable
likely to bend or break under pressureflimsyEnglishadjLikely to bend or break under pressure.
likely to bend or break under pressureflimsyEnglishadjWeak; ill-founded.figuratively
likely to bend or break under pressureflimsyEnglishnounThin typing paper used to make multiple copies.
likely to bend or break under pressureflimsyEnglishnounA service certificategovernment military naval navy politics warslang
likely to bend or break under pressureflimsyEnglishnounSkimpy underwear.in-plural informal
likely to bend or break under pressureflimsyEnglishnounA banknote.slang
love of one's own countrypatriotismEnglishnounLove of one's country; devotion to the welfare of one's compatriots; passion which inspires one to serve one's country.countable uncountable
love of one's own countrypatriotismEnglishnounThe actions of a patriotcountable uncountable
love of one's own countrypatriotismEnglishnounThe desire to compete with other nations; nationalism.countable uncountable
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounAny cereal plant (or its grain) that is the main crop or staple of a country or region.Australia Commonwealth English New-Zealand uncountable usually
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounMaize, a grain crop of the species Zea mays.Australia Canada New-Zealand US uncountable usually
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounA grain or seed, especially of a cereal crop.uncountable usually
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounA small, hard particle.uncountable usually
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounA type of granular snow formed by repeated melting and refreezing, often in mountain spring conditions.uncountable usually
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounbullets, ammunition, charge and discharge of firearmsengineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponryJamaica Multicultural-London-English slang uncountable usually
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounmoney.Jamaica slang uncountable usually
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishverbTo granulate; to form (a substance) into grains.Canada US transitive
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishverbTo preserve using coarse salt, e.g. corned beef.Canada US transitive
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishverbTo provide (an animal) with corn (typically maize; or, in Scotland, oats) for feed.Canada US transitive
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishverbTo render intoxicated.obsolete transitive
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishverbTo shoot up with bullets as by a shotgun (corn).Jamaica Multicultural-London-English slang transitive
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounA type of callus, usually on the feet or hands.
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounAn inflammatory disease of a horse's hoof, at the caudal part of the sole.biology medicine natural-sciences pathology sciences veterinary zoology
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounSkin hyperplasia with underlying fibroma between both digits of cattle.biology medicine natural-sciences pathology sciences veterinary zoology
main cereal crop or staple in a given regioncornEnglishnounSomething (e.g. acting, humour, music, or writing) which is deemed old-fashioned or intended to induce emotion.Canada US uncountable
manypaljoIngrianadva lot
manypaljoIngrianadvvery much
manypaljoIngriandethow many?with-partitive
manypaljoIngriandetmuch, many, a lotwith-partitive
marijuana cigarettereeferEnglishnounSomeone who reefs sails, especially a midshipman.nautical transport
marijuana cigarettereeferEnglishnounA reefer jacket; a close-fitting jacket or short coat of thick cloth.
marijuana cigarettereeferEnglishnounA refrigerated, insulated trailer, ship or shipping container.US colloquial
marijuana cigarettereeferEnglishnouna refrigerator car (type of boxcar).rail-transport railways transportUS
marijuana cigarettereeferEnglishnounA marijuana cigarette.countable slang
marijuana cigarettereeferEnglishnounMarijuana.slang uncountable
mercenary soldierfilibusterEnglishnounA mercenary soldier; a freebooter; specifically, a mercenary who travelled illegally in an organized group from the United States to a country in Central America or the Spanish West Indies in the mid-19th century seeking economic and political benefits through armed force.
mercenary soldierfilibusterEnglishnounA tactic (such as giving long, often irrelevant speeches) employed to delay the proceedings of, or the making of a decision by, a legislative body, particularly the United States Senate.government politicsUS
mercenary soldierfilibusterEnglishnounA member of a legislative body causing such an obstruction; a filibusterer.government politicsUS
mercenary soldierfilibusterEnglishverbTo take part in a private military action in a foreign country.
mercenary soldierfilibusterEnglishverbTo use obstructionist tactics in a legislative body.government politics
militarily subjugatedoccupiedEnglishadjReserved, engaged.
militarily subjugatedoccupiedEnglishadjBusy, unavailable.
militarily subjugatedoccupiedEnglishadjSubjugated, under the control of a foreign military presence.
militarily subjugatedoccupiedEnglishintjUsed to communicate that a toilet is unavailable.
militarily subjugatedoccupiedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of occupyform-of participle past
milletyidgeProto-Turkicnounjujubereconstruction
milletyidgeProto-Turkicnounberry, strawberryreconstruction
mortarmassaPortuguesenoundough (mix of flour and other ingredients)cooking food lifestylefeminine
mortarmassaPortuguesenounpastacooking food lifestylefeminine
mortarmassaPortuguesenouna concentration of substance or tightly packed objectsfeminine
mortarmassaPortuguesenounmortar (mixture for bonding bricks)business construction manufacturingfeminine
mortarmassaPortuguesenounmultitude (a great mass of people)feminine
mortarmassaPortuguesenounmass (quantity of matter which a body contains, irrespective of its bulk or volume)natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsfeminine uncountable
mortarmassaPortuguesenounmoneyfeminine slang uncountable
mortarmassaPortugueseadjcool (in fashion, part of or fitting the in-crowd)Brazil feminine informal masculine
mortarmassaPortugueseadjgreat; amazing; awesomeBrazil feminine informal masculine
mountainsYanEnglishnameAn ancient march, duchy, and kingdom of northeastern China during the Zhou dynasty.historical
mountainsYanEnglishnameThe realm of this land under later imperial Chinese dynasties.historical
mountainsYanEnglishnameA mountain chain in northeastern China.
mountainsYanEnglishnameA male given name, equivalent to English John.
murder of kingfratricideEnglishnounThe killing of one's brother (or sister).countable uncountable
murder of kingfratricideEnglishnounThe intentional or unintentional killing of a comrade in arms.government military politics warbroadly countable uncountable
murder of kingfratricideEnglishnounThe undesirable situation where the separate missiles from a MIRV interfere with each other as they explode.government military politics warbroadly countable uncountable
murder of kingfratricideEnglishnounA person who commits fratricide.
nautical: aftmost mastmizzenmastEnglishnounThe aftmost mast on a ship having three masts; the third-tallest mast on a full-rigged ship.nautical transport
nautical: aftmost mastmizzenmastEnglishnounThe third-foremost mast on a ship having more than three masts.nautical transport
nautical: aftmost mastmizzenmastEnglishnounThe second mast of a ship having two masts where the second one is shorter, such as a ketch or yawl.nautical transport
nonstandard language use that results from the over-application of a perceived prescriptive rulehypercorrectionEnglishnounNonstandard language use that results from the over-application of a perceived prescriptive rule.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
nonstandard language use that results from the over-application of a perceived prescriptive rulehypercorrectionEnglishnounA nonstandard form so used.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishadjNot clearly expressed; stated in indefinite terms.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishadjNot having a precise meaning.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishadjNot clearly defined, grasped, or understood; indistinct; slight.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishadjNot clearly felt or sensed; somewhat subconscious.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishadjNot thinking or expressing one’s thoughts clearly or precisely.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishadjLacking expression; vacant.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishadjNot sharply outlined; hazy.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishadjWandering; vagrant; vagabond.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishnounA wandering; a vagary.obsolete
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishnounAn indefinite expanse.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishverbto wander; to roam; to stray.archaic
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishverbTo become vague or act in a vague manner.
not clearly expressedvagueEnglishverbTo make vague negative comments publicly; to make highly veiled complaints or insults.Internet intransitive
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounThe long, projecting nose, mouth, and jaw of a beast, as of pigs.
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounThe front of the prow of a ship or boat.
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounA person's nose.derogatory
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounThe nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounThe anterior prolongation of the head of a gastropod; a rostrum.
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounThe anterior prolongation of the head of weevils and allied beetles; a rostrum.
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounTobacco; cigarettes.Britain slang
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounThe terminus of a glacier.
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounA police informer.slang
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishnounA butterfly in the nymphalid subfamily Libytheinae, notable for the snout-like elongation on their heads.
nozzle of a pipe, hose, etc.snoutEnglishverbTo furnish with a nozzle or point.
of "state of being mortal"mirstībaLatviannounmortality (the quality or state of being mortal)declension-4 feminine
of "state of being mortal"mirstībaLatviannounmortality (in a given population, the number of deaths by 1000 people)declension-4 feminine
of a person: wearing clothing or some other covering on the bodycladEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of clothearchaic form-of participle past
of a person: wearing clothing or some other covering on the bodycladEnglishadjWearing clothing or some other covering (for example, an armour) on the body; clothed, dressed.not-comparable of a person
of a person: wearing clothing or some other covering on the bodycladEnglishadjCovered, enveloped in, or surrounded by a cladding, or a specified material or substance.in-compounds not-comparable of an object often
of a person: wearing clothing or some other covering on the bodycladEnglishadjAdorned, ornamented.figuratively not-comparable
of a person: wearing clothing or some other covering on the bodycladEnglishverbTo clothe, to dress.archaic
of a person: wearing clothing or some other covering on the bodycladEnglishverbTo cover with a cladding or another material (for example, insulation).
of a person: wearing clothing or some other covering on the bodycladEnglishverbTo imbue (with a specified quality); to envelop or surround.figuratively
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishadj(Native) British; pertaining to the Celtic peoples who inhabited much of Britain before the Roman occupation.historical not-comparable
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Wales.not-comparable
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Celtic language of Wales.not-comparable
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishadjDesignating plants or animals from or associated with Wales. (See Derived terms.)not-comparable
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishnounThe Welsh language.uncountable
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishnounThe people of Wales.collective countable in-plural uncountable
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishnounA breed of pig, kept mainly for bacon.countable uncountable
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishnameAn English and Scottish surname transferred from the nickname for someone who was a Welshman or a Celt.
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishnameAn Irish surname, a variant of Walsh.
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishnameA town in Louisiana, United States, named for early landowner Henry Welsh.
of or pertaining to WalesWelshEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Ohio, United States, named for an early settler.
of or pertaining to epistemology or theory of knowledge, as a field of studyepistemologicalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to epistemology or theory of knowledge, as a field of study.
of or pertaining to epistemology or theory of knowledge, as a field of studyepistemologicalEnglishadjSynonym of epistemic (“of or relating to cognition or knowledge, its scope, or how it is acquired”)
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishnameThe language of France, shared by the neighboring countries Belgium, Monaco, and Switzerland and by former French colonies around the world.uncountable
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishnameThe ability of a person to communicate in French.uncountable
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishnameFrench language and literature as an object of study.uncountable
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishnameVulgar language.euphemistic ironic often uncountable
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishnameA surname.countable
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishnounThe people of France; groups of French people.collective countable in-plural uncountable
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishnounSynonym of oral sex, especially fellatio.lifestyle sex sexualitydated slang uncountable
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishnounEllipsis of French vermouth, a type of dry vermouth.abbreviation alt-of dated ellipsis slang uncountable
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishadjOf or relating to France.
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishadjOf or relating to the people or culture of France.
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishadjOf or relating to the French language.
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishadjOf or related to oral sex, especially fellatio.lifestyle sexualityslang
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishadjUsed to form names or references to venereal diseases.euphemistic informal often
of or relating to FranceFrenchEnglishverbAlternative letter-case form of frenchalt-of
of pharyngeal soundspharyngealEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the pharynx.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
of pharyngeal soundspharyngealEnglishadjArticulated with the pharynx; a term usually describing a consonant which is articulated by the rear area of the tongue being raised to below the region between the uvula and the pharyngeal wall. The term cannot apply to a plosive or stop consonant.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesnot-comparable
of pharyngeal soundspharyngealEnglishnounA sound that is articulated with the pharynx; ellipsis of pharyngeal consonant..human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
outburstroundEnglishadjOf shape: / Circular or cylindrical; having a circular cross-section in one direction.physical
outburstroundEnglishadjOf shape: / Spherical; shaped like a ball; having a circular cross-section in more than one direction.physical
outburstroundEnglishadjOf shape: / Lacking sharp angles; having gentle curves.physical
outburstroundEnglishadjOf shape: / Plump.physical
outburstroundEnglishadjComplete, whole, not lacking.
outburstroundEnglishadjConvenient for rounding other numbers to; for example, ending in a zero.of a number
outburstroundEnglishadjPronounced with the lips drawn together; rounded.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
outburstroundEnglishadjOutspoken; plain and direct; unreserved; not mincing words.
outburstroundEnglishadjFinished; polished; not defective or abrupt; said of authors or their writing style.
outburstroundEnglishadjConsistent; fair; just; applied to conduct.obsolete
outburstroundEnglishadjLarge in magnitude.
outburstroundEnglishadjWell-written and well-characterized; complex and reminiscent of a real person.authorship broadcasting communications film journalism literature media publishing television writingof a fictional character
outburstroundEnglishadjVaulted.architecture
outburstroundEnglishnounA circular or spherical object or part of an object.
outburstroundEnglishnounA circular or repetitious route.
outburstroundEnglishnounA general outburst from a group of people at an event.
outburstroundEnglishnounA song that is sung by groups of people with each subset of people starting at a different time.
outburstroundEnglishnounA serving of something; a portion of something to each person in a group.
outburstroundEnglishnounA single individual portion or dose of medicine.
outburstroundEnglishnounOne sandwich (two full slices of bread with filling).
outburstroundEnglishnounA long-bristled, circular-headed paintbrush used in oil and acrylic painting.art arts
outburstroundEnglishnounA firearm cartridge, bullet, or any individual ammunition projectile. Originally referring to the spherical projectile ball of a smoothbore firearm. Compare round shot and solid shot.
outburstroundEnglishnounOne of the specified pre-determined segments of the total time of a sport event, such as a boxing or wrestling match, during which contestants compete before being signaled to stop.hobbies lifestyle sports
outburstroundEnglishnounA stage, level, set of events in a game / A stage in a competition.hobbies lifestyle sports
outburstroundEnglishnounA stage, level, set of events in a game / In some sports, e.g. golf or showjumping: one complete way around the course.hobbies lifestyle sports
outburstroundEnglishnounA stage, level, set of events in a game / A stage or level of a game.video-games
outburstroundEnglishnounA stage, level, set of events in a game / The play after each deal.card-games games
outburstroundEnglishnounA rounded relief or cut at an edge, especially an outside edge, added for a finished appearance and to soften sharp edges.CAD computing drafting engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
outburstroundEnglishnounA strip of material with a circular face that covers an edge, gap, or crevice for decorative, sanitary, or security purposes.
outburstroundEnglishnounThe hindquarters of a bovine.
outburstroundEnglishnounA rung, as of a ladder.dated
outburstroundEnglishnounA crosspiece that joins and braces the legs of a chair.
outburstroundEnglishnounA series of changes or events ending where it began; a series of like events recurring in continuance; a cycle; a periodical revolution.
outburstroundEnglishnounA course of action or conduct performed by a number of persons in turn, or one after another, as if seated in a circle.
outburstroundEnglishnounA series of duties or tasks which must be performed in turn, and then repeated.
outburstroundEnglishnounA circular dance.
outburstroundEnglishnounRotation, as in office; succession.
outburstroundEnglishnounA general discharge of firearms by a body of troops in which each soldier fires once.
outburstroundEnglishnounAn assembly; a group; a circle.
outburstroundEnglishnounA brewer's vessel in which the fermentation is concluded, the yeast escaping through the bunghole.
outburstroundEnglishnounA vessel filled, as for drinking.archaic
outburstroundEnglishnounA round-top.nautical transport
outburstroundEnglishnounA round of beef.
outburstroundEnglishprepAlternative form of aroundalt-of alternative in US rare
outburstroundEnglishpostpAlternative form of aroundalt-of alternative in US rare
outburstroundEnglishadvAlternative form of aroundalt-of alternative not-comparable
outburstroundEnglishverbTo shape something into a curve.transitive
outburstroundEnglishverbTo become shaped into a curve.intransitive
outburstroundEnglishverbTo finish; to complete; to fill out.with "out"
outburstroundEnglishverbTo approximate a number, especially a decimal number by the closest whole number.intransitive
outburstroundEnglishverbTo turn past a boundary.transitive
outburstroundEnglishverbTo turn and attack someone or something (used with on).intransitive
outburstroundEnglishverbTo advance to home plate.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
outburstroundEnglishverbTo go round, pass, go past.transitive
outburstroundEnglishverbTo encircle; to encompass.
outburstroundEnglishverbTo grow round or full; hence, to attain to fullness, completeness, or perfection.
outburstroundEnglishverbTo do ward rounds.medicine sciencescolloquial
outburstroundEnglishverbTo go round, as a guard; to make the rounds.intransitive obsolete
outburstroundEnglishverbTo go or turn round; to wheel about.intransitive obsolete
outburstroundEnglishverbTo speak in a low tone; whisper; speak secretly; take counsel.Northern-England Scotland archaic dialectal intransitive
outburstroundEnglishverbTo address or speak to in a whisper, utter in a whisper.Northern-England Scotland archaic dialectal transitive
outburstroundEnglishnounA whisper; whispering.Northern-England Scotland archaic dialectal
outburstroundEnglishnounDiscourse; song.Northern-England Scotland archaic dialectal
over the entire planetgloballyEnglishadvIn all places or situations.not-comparable
over the entire planetgloballyEnglishadvOver the entire planet.not-comparable
passage or transport on a shipshippingEnglishnounThe transportation of goods.countable uncountable
passage or transport on a shipshippingEnglishnounThe body of ships belonging to one nation, port or industry; ships collectively.countable uncountable
passage or transport on a shipshippingEnglishnounPassage or transport on a ship.countable uncountable
passage or transport on a shipshippingEnglishnounThe cost of sending an item or package via postal or carrier services.countable uncountable
passage or transport on a shipshippingEnglishnounNavigation.countable uncountable
passage or transport on a shipshippingEnglishnounThe desire by followers of a fandom for two or more people, either real-life people or fictional characters, to be in a romantic or sexual relationship.lifestylecountable slang uncountable
passage or transport on a shipshippingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of shipform-of gerund participle present
period of time in which no fighting takes placetruceEnglishnounA period of time in which no fighting takes place due to an agreement between the opposed parties.
period of time in which no fighting takes placetruceEnglishnounAn agreement between opposed parties in which they pledge to cease fighting for a limited time.
person who separatesdividerEnglishnounOne who or that which divides or separates. / A physical object for dividing up a space.
person who separatesdividerEnglishnounOne who or that which divides or separates. / A piece of card placed in a ring binder to separate groups of documents.
person who separatesdividerEnglishnounOne who or that which divides or separates. / An electronic device for separating a signal, frequency, etc., into two or more parts.
person who separatesdividerEnglishnounOne who or that which divides or separates.
person who separatesdividerEnglishnounA device resembling a drawing compass and used to transfer measurements of length.
person who separatesdividerEnglishnounThe median (US) or central reservation (UK) of a highway or other road where traffic in opposite directions are kept separated.
personal qualityambitionEnglishnounEager or inordinate desire for some object that confers distinction, as preferment, honor, superiority, political power, or fame; desire to distinguish one's self from other people.countable uncountable
personal qualityambitionEnglishnounAn object of an ardent desire.countable
personal qualityambitionEnglishnounA desire, as in (sense 1), for another person to achieve these things.countable uncountable
personal qualityambitionEnglishnounA personal quality similar to motivation, not necessarily tied to a single goal.uncountable
personal qualityambitionEnglishnounThe act of going about to solicit or obtain an office, or any other object of desire; canvassing.countable obsolete uncountable
personal qualityambitionEnglishverbTo seek after ambitiously or eagerly; to covet.
pertaining to a point of inflection of a curveinflectionalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to inflection.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
pertaining to a point of inflection of a curveinflectionalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a point of inflection of a curve.mathematics sciences
pertaining to hymenhymenealEnglishadjPertaining to marriage.
pertaining to hymenhymenealEnglishadjPertaining to sexual relations.
pertaining to hymenhymenealEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the hymen.anatomy medicine sciences
pertaining to hymenhymenealEnglishnounA hymn, song or poem in honour of a wedding.
petty thiefanglerEnglishnounA person who fishes with a hook and line.
petty thiefanglerEnglishnounAn angler fish, Lophius piscatorius.
petty thiefanglerEnglishnounSomeone who tries to work an angle; a person who schemes or has an ulterior motive.
petty thiefanglerEnglishnounA thief who uses a hooked stick to steal goods out of shop-windows, grates, etc.UK archaic
plain cap or headdress for women or girlsmob capEnglishnounA plain cap or headdress for women or girls, especially one tied under the chin by a very broad band, and having a puffy crown and frills.historical
plain cap or headdress for women or girlsmob capEnglishnounA disposable head covering with an elasticated band, worn for cleanliness in industrial settings.
pleasedchuffEnglishadjSurly; annoyed; displeased; disgruntled.Britain
pleasedchuffEnglishadjstupid; churlish; loutish.UK dialectal
pleasedchuffEnglishadvIn a chuff manner.
pleasedchuffEnglishnounA coarse or stupid fellow.
pleasedchuffEnglishverbTo make noisy puffing sounds, as of a steam locomotive.intransitive
pleasedchuffEnglishverbTo break wind.Britain slang
pleasedchuffEnglishverbOf a powder, propellant, or explosive charge: to become extinguished and reignited intermittently.
pleasedchuffEnglishnounSuperfluous small talk that is free of conflict, offers no character development, description or insight, and does not advance the story or plot.communications journalism literature media publishing scriptwriting writinguncountable
pleasedchuffEnglishnounA noisy puffing sound.countable uncountable
pleasedchuffEnglishnounA breathy noise produced by a tiger, similar in function to a cat's purr.countable uncountable
pleasedchuffEnglishadjPleased, proud.Britain
pleasedchuffEnglishadjSwollen with fat.obsolete
pleasedchuffEnglishadjSwollen.of cheeks slang vulgar
pleasedchuffEnglishnounThe vagina.slang vulgar
pleasedchuffEnglishnounThe anus.slang vulgar
pleasedchuffEnglishverbUsed as a replacement for obscenities, particularly fuck.UK euphemistic
pompous, officious talkblusterEnglishnounPompous, officious talk.countable uncountable
pompous, officious talkblusterEnglishnounA gust of wind.countable uncountable
pompous, officious talkblusterEnglishnounFitful noise and violence.countable uncountable
pompous, officious talkblusterEnglishverbTo speak or protest loudly.
pompous, officious talkblusterEnglishverbTo act or speak in an unduly threatening manner.
pompous, officious talkblusterEnglishverbTo blow in strong or sudden gusts.
post on a highwaymilepostEnglishnounA post on a highway, often with one or more fingerposts, showing the distance in miles to nearby places
post on a highwaymilepostEnglishnounA sign or post beside a railway marking the distance from the (actual or nominal) start of a line (usually the principal terminus or junction with a more major line)rail-transport railways transport
post on a highwaymilepostEnglishverbTo place mileposts along (a road, etc.).
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishverbTo suffer decomposition due to biological action, especially by fungi or bacteria.intransitive
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishverbTo decline in function or utility.intransitive
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishverbTo (cause to) deteriorate in any way, as in morals; to corrupt.intransitive transitive
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishverbTo make putrid; to cause to be wholly or partially decomposed by natural processes.transitive
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishverbTo spend a long period of time (in an unpleasant place).figuratively intransitive
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishverbTo expose, as flax, to a process of maceration, etc., for the purpose of separating the fiber; to ret.transitive
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishverbTo talk nonsense.dated slang
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishnounThe process of becoming rotten; putrefaction.countable uncountable
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishnounDecaying matter.countable uncountable
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishnounAny of several diseases in which breakdown of tissue occurs.countable uncountable
process of becoming rotten — see also decay, putrefactionrotEnglishnounVerbal nonsense.uncountable
proud, haughtystoutEnglishadjLarge; bulky.
proud, haughtystoutEnglishadjBold, strong-minded.obsolete
proud, haughtystoutEnglishadjProud; haughty.obsolete
proud, haughtystoutEnglishadjFirm; resolute; dauntless.
proud, haughtystoutEnglishadjMaterially strong, enduring.
proud, haughtystoutEnglishadjObstinate.
proud, haughtystoutEnglishnounA dark and strong malt brew made with toasted grain.beer beverages food lifestyle
proud, haughtystoutEnglishnounAn obese person.
proud, haughtystoutEnglishnounA large clothing size.
proud, haughtystoutEnglishverbTo be bold or defiant.archaic intransitive
proud, haughtystoutEnglishverbTo persist, endure.dialectal transitive
proud, haughtystoutEnglishnounGnat.
proud, haughtystoutEnglishnounGadfly.
proud, haughtystoutEnglishnounFirefly or miller (moth).dialectal
provinceTrevisoEnglishnameA province of Veneto, Italy.
provinceTrevisoEnglishnameA town, the capital of Treviso province, Italy.
province of IndonesiaBengkuluEnglishnameA province of Indonesia on the southwest coast of Sumatra.
province of IndonesiaBengkuluEnglishnameA city, the capital of Bengkulu province, Indonesia.
provoking a burning sensationspicyEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, or containing spice.
provoking a burning sensationspicyEnglishadjProvoking a burning sensation due to the presence of chilis or similar hot spices.of flavors
provoking a burning sensationspicyEnglishadjTangy, zesty, or pungent.of flavors or odors
provoking a burning sensationspicyEnglishadjVigorous; colorful; stimulating.of expression or behavior
provoking a burning sensationspicyEnglishadjScandalous.
provoking a burning sensationspicyEnglishadjRisqué, sexy, racy; mildly pornographic.
reduced pricesale priceEnglishnounthe price at which something is offered for sale
reduced pricesale priceEnglishnounthe reduced price of something during a sale
regionBavariaEnglishnameA historical region in Central Europe.
regionBavariaEnglishnameThe kingdom of Bavaria.
regionBavariaEnglishnameOne of the component states of Germany according to the current administrative division of the nation, which includes the historical Bavaria and parts of Swabia and Franconia.
region occupied by FranksFrankiaEnglishnameFranconia, a region of south-central Germany.
region occupied by FranksFrankiaEnglishnameAlternative spelling of Francia (historical region of the Franks)alt-of alternative
regional county municipalityRCMEnglishnounInitialism of restrictive cardiomyopathy.cardiology medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
regional county municipalityRCMEnglishnounInitialism of regional county municipality (a county administered as a municipality; a regional municipality, a county-level municipality).abbreviation alt-of initialism
regional county municipalityRCMEnglishnounInitialism of regional climate model.climatology natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
regional county municipalityRCMEnglishnounInitialism of radiative-convective model.climatology natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
regional county municipalityRCMEnglishnameInitialism of Royal College of Midwives.UK abbreviation alt-of initialism
rejected takeoffrejectEnglishverbTo refuse to accept.transitive
rejected takeoffrejectEnglishverbTo block a shot, especially if it sends the ball off the court.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sports
rejected takeoffrejectEnglishverbTo refuse a romantic advance.
rejected takeoffrejectEnglishnounSomething that is rejected.
rejected takeoffrejectEnglishnounAn unpopular person.derogatory slang
rejected takeoffrejectEnglishnounA rejected defective product in a production line.colloquial
rejected takeoffrejectEnglishnounA rejected takeoff.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
remote or cut-off path詭道Chinesenountreachery; trickery; craftinessliterary
remote or cut-off path詭道Chinesenounremote or cut-off pathliterary
retirement fundsuperannuationEnglishnounA retirement benefit fund, an accumulation of regular deductions from one′s wage or salary while employed and similar regular contributions from the employer, usually administered by an independent entity; a pension.Australia New-Zealand UK uncountable usually
retirement fundsuperannuationEnglishnounThe condition or of being superannuated; old age or obsolescence.uncountable usually
rural committeeSan TinEnglishnameAn area in Yuen Long district, New Territories, Hong Kong.
rural committeeSan TinEnglishnameA rural committee in Yuen Long district, New Territories, Hong Kong.
satellite of JupiterSinopeEnglishnameA daughter of Asopushuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
satellite of JupiterSinopeEnglishnameOne of the moons of Jupiter.astronomy natural-sciences
satellite of JupiterSinopeEnglishnameDated form of Sinop (“city in Turkey”).alt-of dated
sauce or syrup made of similar ingredientsbutterscotchEnglishnounA hard candy made from butter, brown sugar, syrup and vanilla.uncountable usually
sauce or syrup made of similar ingredientsbutterscotchEnglishnounA sauce or syrup made of similar ingredients.uncountable usually
sauce or syrup made of similar ingredientsbutterscotchEnglishnounA light brown colour, like that of butterscotch candy.uncountable usually
sauce or syrup made of similar ingredientsbutterscotchEnglishadjOf a light brown colour, like that of butterscotch candy.not-comparable
sauce or syrup made of similar ingredientsbutterscotchEnglishadjHaving the flavour of butterscotch.not-comparable
seeαγουροξυπνημένοςGreekadjhalf-awake
seeαγουροξυπνημένοςGreekadjprematurely woken, awakened early
seeαιματοβαμμένοςGreekverbbloodstained, bloody (covered with blood)participle
seeαιματοβαμμένοςGreekverbbloody (resulting from great bloodshed and destruction)figuratively participle
seeαλόγαGreeknounfemale horse, marecolloquial
seeαλόγαGreeknounlarge, clumsy womanslang
seeανάστεροςGreekadjstarless (cloudy)
seeανάστεροςGreekadjunluckyfiguratively
seeαναδρομήGreeknounrecursion, regression, retrospection
seeαναδρομήGreeknounflashbackbroadcasting film literature media publishing television
seeαναδρομήGreeknounrecursioncomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
seeκαπνόςGreeknounsmoke
seeκαπνόςGreeknountobacco (plant and its products)
seeστρατιάGreeknounarmy (especially a very large one)government military politics war
seeστρατιάGreeknounarmy, a large mass peoplefiguratively
servicefeidhmIrishnounuse, applicationfeminine
servicefeidhmIrishnounservicefeminine
servicefeidhmIrishnounfunctionfeminine
servicefeidhmIrishnounbusiness, affairfeminine
servicefeidhmIrishnouneffect, effectivenessfeminine
servicefeidhmIrishnounneed, necessityfeminine
short compositionimpromptuEnglishadjImprovised; without prior preparation, planning or rehearsal.not-comparable
short compositionimpromptuEnglishnounA short musical composition for an informal occasion often with the character of improvisation and usually to be played solo.entertainment lifestyle music
short compositionimpromptuEnglishnounAny composition, musical or otherwise, that is created on the spot without preparation.broadly
sky, airaerIrishnounairmasculine
sky, airaerIrishnounskymasculine
sky, airaerIrishnounclimateclimatology meteorology natural-sciences weathermasculine
sky, airaerIrishnoungaiety, pleasuremasculine
sky, airaerIrishnounair, tuneentertainment lifestyle musicmasculine
sky, airaerIrishnounwondermasculine
solution with additional solvent to make it weakerdilutionEnglishnounThe process of making something dilute.countable uncountable
solution with additional solvent to make it weakerdilutionEnglishnounA solution that has had additional solvent, such as water, added to it into order to make it less concentrated.countable uncountable
solution with additional solvent to make it weakerdilutionEnglishnounThe process of bringing in unskilled workers to replace skilled ones, for example during wartime.countable uncountable
solution with additional solvent to make it weakerdilutionEnglishnounShort for share dilution.business financeabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
solution with additional solvent to make it weakerdilutionEnglishnounShort for trademark dilution.copyright intellectual-property lawabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
someone who quibblespettifoggerEnglishnounSomeone who quibbles over trivia, and raises petty, annoying objections and sophistry.
someone who quibblespettifoggerEnglishnounAn unscrupulous or unethical lawyer, especially one of lesser skill.
someone who stranglesstranglerEnglishnounSomeone who strangles, especially who murders by strangling.
someone who stranglesstranglerEnglishnounAn epiphyte whose aerial roots eventually strangle the tree on which it grows.
someone who, or something which, poses; with their body in a fixed positionposerEnglishnounA particularly difficult question or puzzle.Britain
someone who, or something which, poses; with their body in a fixed positionposerEnglishnounSomeone who asks a question or sets a problem.
someone who, or something which, poses; with their body in a fixed positionposerEnglishnounSomeone who, or something which, poses; a person who sets their body in a fixed position, such as for photography or painting.
someone who, or something which, poses; with their body in a fixed positionposerEnglishnounA poseur; someone who affects some behaviour, style, attitude or other condition, often to impress or influence others.derogatory slang
something given to another voluntarily, without chargegiftEnglishnounSomething given to another voluntarily, without charge.
something given to another voluntarily, without chargegiftEnglishnounA talent or natural ability.
something given to another voluntarily, without chargegiftEnglishnounSomething gained incidentally, without effort.
something given to another voluntarily, without chargegiftEnglishnounThe act, right, or power of giving or bestowing.
something given to another voluntarily, without chargegiftEnglishverbTo give as a gift or donation.transitive
something given to another voluntarily, without chargegiftEnglishverbTo give away, to concede easily.transitive
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesecharacterGoguryeoHyōgai kanji uncommon
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesecharacterShort for 狛犬 (komainu): lion dog statues found in Shinto shrinesHyōgai abbreviation alt-of kanji uncommon
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenounShort for 狛犬 (komainu): lion dog statues found in Shinto shrinesabbreviation alt-of
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapaneseprefixindicates something that was originally imported via the Korean Peninsulamorpheme
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenamethe Goguryeo kingdom, located on the Korean Peninsula 37 BCE–668 CEhistorical
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenamea place name
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenamea female given name
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenamea surname
something produced by mixingmixtureEnglishnounThe act of mixing.countable uncountable
something produced by mixingmixtureEnglishnounSomething produced by mixing.countable uncountable
something produced by mixingmixtureEnglishnounSomething that consists of diverse elements.countable uncountable
something produced by mixingmixtureEnglishnounA medicinal compound, typically a suspension of a solid in a solutioncountable uncountable
something produced by mixingmixtureEnglishnounA compound organ stop.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
something produced by mixingmixtureEnglishnounA cloth of variegated colouring.countable uncountable
something produced by mixingmixtureEnglishnounA mix of different dry foods as a snack, especially chevda or Bombay mix.India countable uncountable
spokesman who speaks on behalf of someone elsemouthpieceEnglishnounA part of any device that functions in or near the mouth, especially: / The part of a telephone that is held close to the mouth.
spokesman who speaks on behalf of someone elsemouthpieceEnglishnounA part of any device that functions in or near the mouth, especially: / The part of a wind instrument that is held in or against the mouth.
spokesman who speaks on behalf of someone elsemouthpieceEnglishnounA spokesman; one who speaks on behalf of someone else.
spokesman who speaks on behalf of someone elsemouthpieceEnglishnounA lawyer for the defense.slang
stairTrapLuxembourgishnounstair, stepfeminine
stairTrapLuxembourgishnounstaircasefeminine
stepfamilystepbrotherEnglishnounThe son of one's stepparent who is not the son of either of one's biological parents.
stepfamilystepbrotherEnglishnounThe stepson of one's parent who is not one's half-brother.
stout logmũgogoKikuyunounstout logclass-3
stout logmũgogoKikuyunounfallen or felled trunkclass-3
stout logmũgogoKikuyunounlog bridge, trunk bridgeclass-3
stream which flows into a larger onetributaryEnglishnounA natural water stream that flows into a larger river or other body of water.geography hydrology natural-sciences
stream which flows into a larger onetributaryEnglishnounA vein which drains into another vein.anatomy medicine sciences
stream which flows into a larger onetributaryEnglishnounA nation, state, or other entity that pays tribute.
stream which flows into a larger onetributaryEnglishadjRelated to the paying of tribute.not-comparable
stream which flows into a larger onetributaryEnglishadjsubordinate; inferiornot-comparable
stream which flows into a larger onetributaryEnglishadjYielding supplies of any kind; serving to form or make up, a greater object of the same kind, as a part, branch, etc.; contributing.not-comparable
suggestionVorschlagGermannounsuggestion, proposal (something proposed)masculine strong
suggestionVorschlagGermannounan ornament in which one or more notes are added before the principal note, such as an appoggiatura or acciaccaturaentertainment lifestyle musicmasculine strong
suggestionVorschlagGermannounthe wad in a muzzleloaderengineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrymasculine strong
suppressed or forced smilesemi-smileEnglishnounA faint smile.
suppressed or forced smilesemi-smileEnglishnounA suppressed or forced smile.
surroundcircleEnglishnounA two-dimensional geometric figure, a line, consisting of the set of all those points in a plane that are equally distant from a given point (center).geometry mathematics sciences
surroundcircleEnglishnounA two-dimensional geometric figure, a disk, consisting of the set of all those points of a plane at a distance less than or equal to a fixed distance (radius) from a given point.
surroundcircleEnglishnounAny shape, curve or arrangement of objects that approximates to or resembles the geometric figures. / Any thin three-dimensional equivalent of the geometric figures.
surroundcircleEnglishnounAny shape, curve or arrangement of objects that approximates to or resembles the geometric figures. / A curve that more or less forms part or all of a circle.
surroundcircleEnglishnounAny shape, curve or arrangement of objects that approximates to or resembles the geometric figures.
surroundcircleEnglishnounA specific group of persons; especially one who shares a common interest.
surroundcircleEnglishnounThe orbit of an astronomical body.
surroundcircleEnglishnounA line comprising two semicircles of 30 yards radius centred on the wickets joined by straight lines parallel to the pitch used to enforce field restrictions in a one-day match.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
surroundcircleEnglishnounA ritual circle that is cast three times deosil and closes three times widdershins either in the air with a wand or literally with stones or other items used for worship.Wicca lifestyle religion
surroundcircleEnglishnounA traffic circle or roundabout.India Philippines South-Africa
surroundcircleEnglishnounCompass; circuit; enclosure.obsolete
surroundcircleEnglishnounAn instrument of observation, whose graduated limb consists of an entire circle. When fixed to a wall in an observatory, it is called a mural circle; when mounted with a telescope on an axis and in Y's, in the plane of the meridian, a meridian or transit circle; when involving the principle of reflection, like the sextant, a reflecting circle; and when that of repeating an angle several times continuously along the graduated limb, a repeating circle.astronomy natural-sciences
surroundcircleEnglishnounA series ending where it begins, and repeating itself.
surroundcircleEnglishnounA form of argument in which two or more unproved statements are used to prove each other; inconclusive reasoning.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
surroundcircleEnglishnounIndirect form of words; circumlocution.form-of indirect
surroundcircleEnglishnounA territorial division or district.
surroundcircleEnglishnounA bagginess of the skin below the eyes from lack of sleep.in-plural
surroundcircleEnglishverbTo travel around along a curved path.transitive
surroundcircleEnglishverbTo surround.transitive
surroundcircleEnglishverbTo place or mark a circle around.transitive
surroundcircleEnglishverbTo travel in circles.intransitive
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishadjOf a light brown to brownish orange colour.
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishverbTo cause (someone or something) to have a light brown to brownish orange colour; to tan, to tawn.transitive
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishverbTo become a light brown to brownish orange colour; to tan, to tawn.intransitive
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishnounA light brown to brownish orange colour.countable uncountable
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishnounA light brown to brownish orange colour. / Synonym of tenné (“a rarely-used tincture of orange or bright brown”)government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscountable specifically uncountable
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishnounSomething of a light brown or brownish orange colour (particularly if it has the word tawny in its name).countable uncountable
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishnounSomething of a light brown or brownish orange colour (particularly if it has the word tawny in its name). / The common bullfinch or Eurasian bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula).countable uncountable
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishnounIn full tawny port: a sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden casks.countable uncountable
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishnounA fabric of a light brown to brownish orange colour.countable obsolete uncountable
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishnounA person with skin of a brown colour.countable obsolete uncountable
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishnounTawny frogmouth.countable uncountable
sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden caskstawnyEnglishnounTawny owl.countable uncountable
swimming strokecrawlEnglishverbTo creep; to move slowly on hands and knees, or by dragging the body along the ground.intransitive
swimming strokecrawlEnglishverbTo move forward slowly, with frequent stops.intransitive
swimming strokecrawlEnglishverbTo act in a servile manner.intransitive
swimming strokecrawlEnglishverbFollowed by with: see crawl with.intransitive
swimming strokecrawlEnglishverbTo feel a swarming sensation.intransitive
swimming strokecrawlEnglishverbTo swim using the crawl stroke.intransitive transitive
swimming strokecrawlEnglishverbTo move over (an area) on hands and knees.transitive
swimming strokecrawlEnglishverbTo move over (an area) slowly, with frequent stops.transitive
swimming strokecrawlEnglishverbTo visit files or web sites in order to index them for searching.Internet transitive
swimming strokecrawlEnglishnounThe act of moving slowly on hands and knees, etc.
swimming strokecrawlEnglishnounThe act of sequentially visiting a series of similar establishments (i.e., a bar crawl).
swimming strokecrawlEnglishnounA rapid swimming stroke with alternate overarm strokes and a fluttering kick.
swimming strokecrawlEnglishnounA very slow pace.figuratively
swimming strokecrawlEnglishnounA piece of horizontally or vertically scrolling text overlaid on the main image.broadcasting film media television
swimming strokecrawlEnglishnounA pen or enclosure of stakes and hurdles for holding fish.
that has been breathed outexpiredEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of expireform-of participle past
that has been breathed outexpiredEnglishadjthat is no longer valid
that has been breathed outexpiredEnglishadjthat has been breathed out
that has been breathed outexpiredEnglishadjdead
the German languageGermanEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Germany; a person of German citizenship or nationality.countable
the German languageGermanEnglishnounA member of the Germanic ethnic group which is the most populous ethnic group in Germany; a person of German descent.countable uncountable
the German languageGermanEnglishnounA member of a Germanic tribe.countable historical uncountable
the German languageGermanEnglishnounA German wine.countable uncountable
the German languageGermanEnglishnounA size of type between American and Saxon, 1+¹⁄₂-point type.media printing publishingUS dated rare uncountable
the German languageGermanEnglishnounA Germany-produced car, a “German whip”.Multicultural-London-English countable slang uncountable
the German languageGermanEnglishnounA prison warderBritain countable slang uncountable
the German languageGermanEnglishnameAn Indo-European (Indo-Germanic) language, primarily spoken in Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, South Tyrol, Switzerland, Luxembourg, and a small part of Belgium.uncountable
the German languageGermanEnglishnameA surname.
the German languageGermanEnglishnameA number of townships in the United States, listed under German Township.
the German languageGermanEnglishadjOf or relating to the nation of Germany.
the German languageGermanEnglishadjOf or relating to the natives or inhabitants of Germany; to people of German descent.
the German languageGermanEnglishadjOf, in or relating to the German language.
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishnameA nomadic people with origins in India, the Romani.
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishnameA subgroup of the Romani people found primarily in Eastern Europe.
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishnameA variety of the Romani language (or occasionally) the Romani macrolanguage.
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishnounA Romani; a member of the Roma/Romani people.
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishadjRomani: of or pertaining to the Roma people.not-comparable
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishnameAny of a number of places, including a city in Texas and a city in Queensland.
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishnameA female given name from Latin of English-speakers.
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishnameAlternative form of Romealt-of alternative
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishnounA variety of tomato.
the Romani peopleRomaEnglishnameAn Austronesian language of Indonesia.
the act of packing somethingpackagingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of packageform-of gerund participle present
the act of packing somethingpackagingEnglishnounThe act of packing something.uncountable usually
the act of packing somethingpackagingEnglishnounThe materials used to pack something.uncountable usually
the act of packing somethingpackagingEnglishnounThe industry that produces such material.uncountable usually
the act of packing somethingpackagingEnglishnounThe manner in which a person or product is promoted.broadly uncountable usually
the action of attacking or plunderingpredationEnglishnounThe preying of one animal on others.biology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
the action of attacking or plunderingpredationEnglishnounThe action of attacking or plundering.countable obsolete uncountable
the ancientsantiquityEnglishnounAncient times; faraway history; former agescountable uncountable
the ancientsantiquityEnglishnounThe people of ancient times.countable uncountable
the ancientsantiquityEnglishnounAn old gentleman.countable obsolete uncountable
the ancientsantiquityEnglishnounThe historical period preceding the Middle Ages (c. 500-1500), primarily relating to European history.history human-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
the ancientsantiquityEnglishnounA relic or monument of ancient times, such as a coin, a statue, etc.; an ancient institution.countable uncountable
the ancientsantiquityEnglishnounThe state of being ancient or of ancient lineage.countable uncountable
the berry of this shrubsaskatoonEnglishnounA shrub inhabiting western North America (Amelanchier alnifolia).Canadian-Prairies
the berry of this shrubsaskatoonEnglishnounThe edible berry of this shrub.Canadian-Prairies
the death and assumption of the Virgin MarydormitionEnglishnounThe process of falling asleep.countable uncountable
the death and assumption of the Virgin MarydormitionEnglishnounThe process of death or the actual death itself.countable euphemistic uncountable
the death and assumption of the Virgin MarydormitionEnglishnounThe death and assumption into heaven of the Virgin Mary.capitalized countable often uncountable
the other side陰間Chinesenounthe other side; heaven or hell; afterworld; netherworld
the other side陰間ChinesenounHadesChristianity Protestantism
the other side陰間ChineseadjcreepyInternet
the people百姓Japanesenouna farmer; a peasant; the peasantry in general / country bumpkinderogatory historical
the people百姓Japanesenouna farmer; a peasant; the peasantry in general / in reference to the Edo period, short for 本百姓 (honbyakushō, “the hundred commoner families”, a class of farmers with specific rights and responsibilities)derogatory historical
the people百姓Japanesenouna farmer; a peasant; the peasantry in generalderogatory historical
the people百姓Japanesenouncommoners, the common people; the masses; ordinary citizensarchaic
the people百姓Japaneseverbto farm, to till the fields
the people百姓JapanesenounSee under Etymology 1rare
the people百姓JapanesenounSee under Etymology 1rare
the people百姓JapanesenounSee under Etymology 1obsolete
the state of being null, or void, or invalidnullityEnglishnounThe state of being null, or void, or invalid.countable uncountable
the state of being null, or void, or invalidnullityEnglishnounA void act; a defective proceeding or one expressly declared by statute to be a nullity.lawcountable uncountable
the state of being null, or void, or invalidnullityEnglishnounThe difference between the rank of a matrix and the number of columns it has; the dimension of the nullspace of a matrix.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
the state of lacking freedom; constraintbondageEnglishnounThe state of being enslaved or the practice of slavery.countable uncountable
the state of lacking freedom; constraintbondageEnglishnounThe state of lacking freedom; constraint.broadly countable uncountable
the state of lacking freedom; constraintbondageEnglishnounThe practice of physically restraining people for sexual pleasure, such as by tying up or shackling.lifestyle sex sexualitycountable uncountable
the state of lacking freedom; constraintbondageEnglishnounApplied to clothing with many buckles, zips, etc., associated with punk and goth subcultures.attributive countable uncountable
the use of psychological tests to measure traitspsychometryEnglishnounThe paranormal ability to discover information about an object's past, and especially about its past owners, merely by handling it.parapsychology pseudosciencecountable uncountable
the use of psychological tests to measure traitspsychometryEnglishnounThe use of psychological tests to measure intelligence, abilities, attitudes, and personality traits.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
tilt back and forth on an edgeteeterEnglishverbTo tilt back and forth on an edge.intransitive
tilt back and forth on an edgeteeterEnglishverbTo totter (move unsteadily).intransitive
tilt back and forth on an edgeteeterEnglishverbTo be indecisive.figuratively
tilt back and forth on an edgeteeterEnglishverbTo be close to becoming a typically negative situation.figuratively
tilt back and forth on an edgeteeterEnglishnounA teeter-totter or seesaw.Canada US
to accompany, to escortchaperonEnglishnounAn adult who accompanies or supervises one or more young, unmarried men or women during social occasions, usually with the specific intent of preventing some types of social or sexual interactions or illegal behavior.
to accompany, to escortchaperonEnglishnounA type of hood, often ornamental or official, with an attached cape and a tail, later worn as a hat with the face hole put over the top of the head instead.
to accompany, to escortchaperonEnglishnounA device placed on the foreheads of horses which draw the hearse in pompous funerals.
to accompany, to escortchaperonEnglishverbTo accompany; to escort.
to accompany, to escortchaperonEnglishverbTo mother.
to ascertain the concentration of a solutiontitrateEnglishverbTo ascertain the amount of a constituent in a solution (or other mixture) by measuring the volume of a known concentration (the "standard solution") needed to complete a reaction.
to ascertain the concentration of a solutiontitrateEnglishverbTo adjust the amount of a drug consumed until the desired effects are achieved.medicine sciencesintransitive
to ascertain the concentration of a solutiontitrateEnglishverbTo precisely control.figuratively
to beatChinesecharacterto come to blows
to beatChinesecharacterto beat; to pulsate; to throb
to beatChinesecharacterto struggle; to wrestle; to work hard; to strive
to beatChinesecharacterto suddenly attack; to give a surprise attack; to pounce
to beatChinesecharacterto pillage; to plunder; to take away by force; to snatch; to wrest; to seize
to beatChinesecharacterto arrest; to apprehend
to break with迸盤Chineseverbto break with; to break off relations withHokkien Quanzhou
to break with迸盤Chineseverbto show one's cards (to other players); to lay one's cards on the tableHokkien Quanzhou
to call outhuutaaFinnishverbto shout, yell, hollerintransitive transitive
to call outhuutaaFinnishverbto scream, shriekintransitive transitive
to call outhuutaaFinnishverbto cry, wail, bawlintransitive transitive
to call outhuutaaFinnishverbto moan, groanintransitive transitive
to call outhuutaaFinnishverbto call outlifestyle religiontransitive
to call outhuutaaFinnishverbto cry outfiguratively transitive
to call outhuutaaFinnishverbto bid, buy (at an auction)transitive
to call outhuutaaFinnishverbto blow, shriek, sound, buzzintransitive of alarms
to call outhuutaaFinnishverbto howl, roarintransitive of animals
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishnounA mound of earth.
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishnounA speed bump or speed hump.
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishnounA deformity in humans caused by abnormal curvature of the upper spine.
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishnounA rounded fleshy mass, such as on a camel or zebu.
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishnounAn act of sexual intercourse.slang
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishnounA bad mood.Britain slang with-definite-article
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishnounA painfully boorish person.slang
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishnounA wave that forms in front of an operating hovercraft and impedes progress at low speeds.
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishverbTo bend something into a hump.transitive
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishverbTo carry (something), especially with some exertion.intransitive transitive
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishverbTo rhythmically thrust the pelvis in a manner conducive to sexual intercourse. / To dry-hump.intransitive transitive
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishverbTo rhythmically thrust the pelvis in a manner conducive to sexual intercourse. / To have sex (with).intransitive slang transitive
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishverbTo exert oneself; to make an effort.US dated slang
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishverbTo vex or annoy.dated slang
to carry something, especially with some exertionhumpEnglishverbTo shunt wagons / freight cars over the hump in a hump yard.rail-transport railways transport
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo produce an air current.intransitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo propel by an air current (or, if under water, a water current), usually with the mouth.transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo be propelled by an air current.intransitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo direct or move, usually of a person to a particular location.figuratively transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo create or shape by blowing.transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo force a current of air upon with the mouth, or by other means.transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo clear of contents by forcing air through.transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo cause to make sound by blowing, as a musical instrument.transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo make a sound as the result of being blown.intransitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo exhale visibly through the spout the seawater which it has taken in while feeding.intransitive of a cetacean
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo burst or explode; to occur suddenlyintransitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo cause to explode, shatter, or be utterly destroyed.transitive with "up" or with prep phrase headed by "to"
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo blow from a gun.government military politics warhistorical of a person transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo cause the sudden destruction of.transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo suddenly fail destructively.intransitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo recklessly squander.slang transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo fail at something; to mess up; to make a mistake.idiomatic informal transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo be very undesirable.intransitive slang stative
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo fellate; to perform oral sex on (usually a man).transitive vulgar
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo leave, especially suddenly or in a hurry.slang transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo make flyblown, to defile, especially with fly eggs.transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverb(of a fly) To lay eggs; to breed.intransitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo spread by report; to publish; to disclose.obsolete
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo inflate, as with pride; to puff up.obsolete
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo breathe hard or quick; to pant; to puff.intransitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo put out of breath; to cause to blow from fatigue.transitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo talk loudly; boast; brag.dated
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo expose, or inform on.UK archaic slang
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo sing.informal slang
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo leave the Church of Scientology in an unauthorized manner.Scientology lifestyle religionintransitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo flatulate or defecate.colloquial slang
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounA strong wind.countable uncountable
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounA chance to catch one's breath.countable informal uncountable
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounCocaine.US slang uncountable
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounCannabis.UK slang uncountable
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounHeroin.slang uncountable
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounA blowjob; fellatio.countable informal uncountable vulgar
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounAn instance of using high-pressure air to empty water from the ballast tanks of a submarine, increasing the submarine's buoyancy and causing it to surface.nautical transportcountable uncountable
to cause to explodeblowEnglishintjUsed to express displeasure or frustration.intransitive
to cause to explodeblowEnglishadjBlue.Northern-England dialectal
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounThe act of striking or hitting.
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounA sudden or forcible act or effort; an assault.
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounA damaging occurrence.
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounA cut made to a sheep's fleece by a shearer using hand-shears.Australia historical
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounAn outcrop of quartz from surrounding rock, thought to indicate mineral deposits below.Australia New-Zealand
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounSynonym of button (“the punchy or suspenseful line of dialogue that concludes a scene”)broadcasting media television
to cause to explodeblowEnglishverbTo blossom; to cause to bloom or blossom.
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounA mass or display of flowers; a yield.
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounA display of anything brilliant or bright.
to cause to explodeblowEnglishnounA bloom, state of flowering.
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo cease moving.intransitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbNot to continue.intransitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo cause (something) to cease moving or progressing.transitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo cease; to no longer continue (doing something).transitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo cause (something) to come to an end.transitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo end someone else's activity.UK causative transitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo close or block an opening.transitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo adjust the aperture of a camera lens.arts hobbies lifestyle photographyintransitive often transitive with "up" or "down"
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo stay; to spend a short time; to reside or tarry temporarily.intransitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo regulate the sounds of (musical strings, etc.) by pressing them against the fingerboard with the finger, or otherwise shortening the vibrating part.entertainment lifestyle music
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo punctuate.obsolete
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo make fast; to stopper.nautical transport
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo pronounce (a phoneme) as a stop.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencestransitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishverbTo delay the purchase or sale of (a stock) while agreeing the price for later.business financetransitive
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA (usually marked) place where buses, trams or trains halt to let passengers get on and off, usually smaller than a station.
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounAn action of stopping; interruption of travel.
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounThat which stops, impedes, or obstructs; an obstacle; an impediment.
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA device intended to block the path of a moving object / A device, or piece, as a pin, block, pawl, etc., for arresting or limiting motion, or for determining the position to which another part shall be brought.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA device intended to block the path of a moving object / A member, plain or moulded, formed of a separate piece and fixed to a jamb, against which a door or window shuts.architecture
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA device intended to block the path of a moving object
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA consonant sound in which the passage of air is temporarily blocked by the lips, tongue, or glottis.human-sciences linguistics sciences
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA symbol used for purposes of punctuation and representing a pause or separating clauses, particularly a full stop, comma, colon or semicolon.
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA knob or pin used to regulate the flow of air in an organ.entertainment lifestyle music
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounOne of the vent-holes in a wind instrument, or the place on the wire of a stringed instrument, by the stopping or pressing of which certain notes are produced.entertainment lifestyle music
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA very short shot which touches the ground close behind the net and is intended to bounce as little as possible.hobbies lifestyle sports tennis
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA save; preventing the opposition from scoring a goalball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounThe depression in a dog’s face between the skull and the nasal bones.biology natural-sciences zoology
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA marking on a rabbit's hind foot.
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA part of a photographic system that reduces the amount of light.arts hobbies lifestyle photography
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA unit of exposure corresponding to a doubling of the brightness of an image.arts hobbies lifestyle photography
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounAn f-stop.arts hobbies lifestyle photography
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounThe diaphragm used in optical instruments to cut off the marginal portions of a beam of light passing through lenses.
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA coup d'arret, or stop thrust.fencing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishpunctUsed to indicate the end of a sentence in a telegram.punctuation
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounA small well-bucket; a milk-pail.UK dialectal
to cease; to no longer continue (doing something)stopEnglishnounThe squark that is the superpartner of a top quark.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
to charm, delight, or captivatebeguileEnglishverbTo deceive or delude (using guile).transitive
to charm, delight, or captivatebeguileEnglishverbTo charm, delight or captivate.transitive
to charm, delight, or captivatebeguileEnglishverbTo cause (time) to seem to pass quickly, by way of pleasant diversion.transitive
to chatheittää huultaFinnishverbto jokecolloquial idiomatic
to chatheittää huultaFinnishverbto chatcolloquial idiomatic
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishnounA public gathering or mass meeting that is not mainly a protest and is organized to inspire enthusiasm for a cause.
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishnounA protest or demonstration for or against something, but often with speeches and often without marching, especially in North America.
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishnounA sequence of strokes between serving and scoring a point.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle sports squash tennis
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishnounAn event in which competitors drive through a series of timed special stages at intervals. The winner is the driver who completes all stages with the shortest cumulative time.hobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sports
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishnounA recovery after a decline in prices (said of the market, stocks, etc.)business finance trading
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishverbTo collect, and reduce to order, as troops dispersed or thrown into confusion; to gather again; to reunite.transitive
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishverbTo come into orderly arrangement; to renew order, or united effort, as troops scattered or put to flight; to assemble.intransitive
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishverbTo collect one's vital powers or forces; to regain health or consciousness.intransitive transitive
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishverbTo recover strength after a decline in prices.business finance tradingintransitive of the market
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishverbTo tease; to chaff good-humouredly.transitive
to collect one's vital powers or forcesrallyEnglishnounGood-humoured raillery.uncountable
to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visibleappearEnglishverbTo come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visible.intransitive
to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visibleappearEnglishverbTo come before the public.intransitive
to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visibleappearEnglishverbTo stand in presence of some authority, tribunal, or superior person, to answer a charge, plead a cause, etc.; to present oneself as a party or advocate before a court, or as a person to be tried.intransitive
to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visibleappearEnglishverbTo become visible to the apprehension of the mind; to be known as a subject of observation or comprehension, or as a thing proved; to be obvious or manifest.intransitive
to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visibleappearEnglishverbTo seem; to have a certain semblance; to look.copulative intransitive
to come or be in sight; to be in view; to become visibleappearEnglishverbTo bring into view.transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbOften followed by from: to hold back (someone or something); to check, to prevent, to restrain, to stop.transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbOften followed by from: to hold back (someone or something); to check, to prevent, to restrain, to stop. / To hold back (a pupil) instead of allowing them to advance to the next class or year; to keep back.educationtransitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbOf a thing: to hold or keep (something) inside it; to contain.transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbOf a thing: to hold or keep (something) inside it; to contain. / To hold back (tissue or a substance, especially urine) in the body or a body organ.medicine sciencestransitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo hold (something) secure; to prevent (something) from becoming detached or separated.transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo keep (something) in control or possession; to continue having (something); to keep back.transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo keep (something) in control or possession; to continue having (something); to keep back. / To keep (something) in the mind; to recall, to remember.transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo keep (something) in place or use, instead of removing or abolishing it; to preserve.transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo engage or hire (someone), especially temporarily.transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo engage or hire (someone), especially temporarily. / To employ (someone, especially a lawyer) by paying a retainer (“fee one pays to reserve another person's time for services”); specifically, to engage (a barrister) by making an initial payment to secure their services if needed.lawtransitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo keep (someone) in one's pay or service; also, (chiefly historical) to maintain (someone) as a dependent or follower.transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself).reflexive transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo keep (someone) in custody; to prevent (someone) from leaving.archaic transitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo declare (a sin) not forgiven.Christianitytransitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo keep in control or possession; to continue having.intransitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo have the ability to keep something in the mind; to use the memory.intransitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbOf a body or body organ: to hold back tissue or a substance.medicine sciencesintransitive
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo refrain from doing something.intransitive obsolete
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo be a dependent or follower to someone.intransitive obsolete
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishverbTo continue, to remain.intransitive obsolete rare
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishnounAn act of holding or keeping something; a possession, a retention.obsolete
to control or restrain (oneself); to exercise self-control over (oneself)retainEnglishnounSynonym of retinue (“a group of attendants or servants, especially of someone considered important”)obsolete
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishintjTarget sighted.aeronautics aerospace aviation broadcasting business engineering media natural-sciences physical-sciences radio
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishnounAbbreviation of tally stick.abbreviation alt-of
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishnounOne of two books, sheets of paper, etc., on which corresponding accounts were kept.broadly
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishnounAny account or score kept by notches or marks, whether on wood or paper, or in a book, especially one kept in duplicate.broadly
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishnounOne thing made to suit another; a match; a mate.
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishnounA notch, mark, or score made on or in a tally; as, to make or earn a score or tally in a game.
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishnounA tally shop.
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishnounA ribbon on a sailor's cap bearing the name of the ship or the (part of) the navy to which they belong.
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishnounA state of cohabitation, living with another individual in an intimate relationship outside of marriage.dated informal regional
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishnounFive dozen bunches of turnips.UK obsolete
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishverbTo count something.transitive
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishverbTo mathematically calculate a numeric result.transitive
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishverbTo record something by making marks.transitive
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishverbTo make things correspond or agree with each other.transitive
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishverbTo keep score.intransitive
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishverbTo correspond or agree.intransitive
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishverbTo check off, as parcels of freight going inboard or outboard.nautical transport
to correspond or agreetallyEnglishadvIn a tall way; stoutly; with spirit.obsolete
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo have a consequence or remnant. / To cause or allow (something) to remain as available; to refrain from taking (something) away; to stop short of consuming or otherwise depleting (something) entirely.transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo have a consequence or remnant. / To cause, to result in.copulative intransitive transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo have a consequence or remnant. / To put; to place; to deposit; to deliver, with a sense of withdrawing oneself.transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo depart; to separate from. / To let be or do without interference.
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo depart; to separate from. / To depart from; to end one's connection or affiliation with.transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo depart; to separate from. / To end one's membership in (a group); to terminate one's affiliation with (an organization); to stop participating in (a project).transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo depart; to separate from. / To depart; to go away from a certain place or state.intransitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo transfer something. / To transfer possession of after death.transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo transfer something. / To give (something) to someone; to deliver (something) to a repository; to deposit.transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo transfer something. / To transfer responsibility or attention of (something) (to someone); to stop being concerned with.transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo remain (behind); to stay.intransitive obsolete
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo stop, desist from; to "leave off" (+ noun / gerund).archaic transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishnounThe action of the batsman not attempting to play at the ball.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishnounThe arrangement of balls in play that remains after a shot is made (which determines whether the next shooter — who may be either the same player, or an opponent — has good options, or only poor ones).ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle sports
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishnounPermission to be absent; time away from one's work.countable uncountable
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishnounPermission.countable uncountable
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishnounFarewell, departure.countable dated uncountable
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo give leave to; allow; permit; let; grant.transitive
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo produce leaves or foliage.intransitive rare
to depart (intransitive)leaveEnglishverbTo raise; to levy.obsolete
to deviate from; to go astrayaberrateEnglishverbTo go astray; to diverge; to deviate (from); deviate from.intransitive
to deviate from; to go astrayaberrateEnglishverbTo distort; to cause aberration of.transitive
to display vigour煥發Chineseverbto shine; to glow; to irradiate
to display vigour煥發Chineseverbto display vigour; to radiate (a sense of...)figuratively
to drive elephantsmahoutEnglishnounAn elephant trainer, keeper, and driver.South-Asia
to drive elephantsmahoutEnglishverbTo drive (an elephant or elephants).transitive
to drive elephantsmahoutEnglishverbTo drive elephants.intransitive
to dull the senses ofnarcotizeEnglishverbTo use a narcotic in order to make (someone) drowsy or insensible; to anesthetize, to drug.transitive
to dull the senses ofnarcotizeEnglishverbTo dull the senses of (a person, place etc.).transitive
to dull the senses ofnarcotizeEnglishverbTo make into a narcotic.transitive
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjRigid; hard to bend; inflexible.of an object
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjInflexible; rigid.figuratively of policies and rules and their application and enforcement
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjFormal in behavior; unrelaxed.of a person
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjHarsh, severe.colloquial
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjPainful as a result of excessive or unaccustomed exercise.of muscles or parts of the body
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjPotent.
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjDead, deceased.informal
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjErect.of the penis
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjHaving a dense consistency; thick; (by extension) Difficult to stir.
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjBeaten until so aerated that they stand up straight on their own.cooking food lifestyleof whipping cream or egg whites
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjOf an equation: for which certain numerical solving methods are numerically unstable, unless the step size is taken to be extremely small.mathematics sciences
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjKeeping upright.nautical transport
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjOf a shot: landing so close to the flagstick that it should be very easy to sink the ball with the next shot.golf hobbies lifestyle sports
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadjDelivered more forcefully than needed, whether intentionally or accidentally, thus causing legitimate pain to the opponent.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics professional-wrestling sports war wrestlingof a strike
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishnounAn average person, usually male, of no particular distinction, skill, or education.Canada US countable slang uncountable
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishnounA person who is deceived, as a mark or pigeon in a swindle.countable slang uncountable
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishnounA cadaver; a dead person.countable slang uncountable
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishnounA flop; a commercial failure.countable slang uncountable
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishnounA person who leaves (especially a restaurant) without paying the bill.US countable slang uncountable
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishnounA customer who does not leave a tip.US broadly countable slang uncountable
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishnounAny hard hand where it is possible to exceed 21 by drawing an additional card.blackjack gamescountable uncountable
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishnounNegotiable instruments, possibly forged.business financecountable slang uncountable
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishnounA note or letter surreptitiously sent by an inmate.countable slang uncountable
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishverbTo fail to pay that which one owes (implicitly or explicitly) to another, especially by departing hastily.
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishverbTo cheat someone
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishverbTo tip ungenerously.
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishverbTo kill.slang
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishverbTo be unsuccessful.informal
to fail to pay money one owesstiffEnglishadvOf the wind, with great force; strongly.nautical transport
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo cause to become.ditransitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo interpret, give an interpretation or rendition of.transitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo translate into another language.transitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo pass down.transitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo make over as a return.transitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo give; to give back; to deliver.transitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo give up; to yield; to surrender.dated transitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo transform (a model) into a display on the screen or other media.computer-graphics computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo capture and turn over to another country secretly and extrajudicially.transitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo convert waste animal tissue into a usable byproduct.transitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo have fat drip off meat from cooking.cooking food lifestyleintransitive
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo cover a wall with a layer of plaster.business construction manufacturing
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo pass; to run; said of the passage of a rope through a block, eyelet, etc.nautical transport
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo yield or give way.nautical transport
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo return; to pay back; to restore.obsolete
to give; to give backrenderEnglishverbTo inflict, as a retribution; to requite.obsolete
to give; to give backrenderEnglishnounStucco or plaster applied to walls (mostly to outside masonry walls).countable uncountable
to give; to give backrenderEnglishnounA digital image produced by rendering a model.computer-graphics computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
to give; to give backrenderEnglishnounA surrender.countable obsolete uncountable
to give; to give backrenderEnglishnounA return; a payment of rent.countable obsolete uncountable
to give; to give backrenderEnglishnounAn account given; a statement.countable obsolete uncountable
to give; to give backrenderEnglishnounOne who rends.
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbTo have a strong desire for something or to do something; to long for or to do something.also figuratively intransitive
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbTo have a strong desire for something or to do something; to long for or to do something. / To long for something in the past with melancholy or nostalgia.also figuratively intransitive specifically
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbOf music, words, etc.: to express strong desire or longing.intransitive
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbTo have strong feelings of affection, love, sympathy, etc., toward someone.dated intransitive
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbTo be distressed or pained; to grieve; to mourn.intransitive obsolete
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbOften followed by out: to perform (music) which conveys or say (words) which express strong desire or longing.transitive
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbTo have a strong desire or longing (for something or to do something).archaic poetic transitive
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbTo cause (someone) to have strong feelings of affection, love, sympathy, etc.; also, to grieve or pain (someone).obsolete transitive
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishnounA strong desire or longing; a yearning, a yen.
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbOf milk: to curdle, especially in the cheesemaking process.Northern-England Scotland intransitive
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbOf cheese: to be made from curdled milk.Northern-England Scotland intransitive
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbTo curdle (milk), especially in the cheesemaking process.Northern-England Scotland transitive
to have a strong desire for something or to do somethingyearnEnglishverbTo make (cheese) from curdled milk.Northern-England Scotland transitive
to have a sudden burst of emotionlose one's shitEnglishverbTo lose one's temper.idiomatic vulgar
to have a sudden burst of emotionlose one's shitEnglishverbTo have a sudden burst of emotion, regardless of the type of feeling.idiomatic vulgar
to have a sudden burst of emotionlose one's shitEnglishverbTo break down in laughter.idiomatic vulgar
to maketehäIngrianverbto do, executetransitive
to maketehäIngrianverbto maketransitive
to maketehäIngrianverbto guttransitive
to make (something) active, functional, or productive again; to reinvigorate (an activity, system, or process).kick startEnglishnounA metal bar on a motorcycle used to start its engine.
to make (something) active, functional, or productive again; to reinvigorate (an activity, system, or process).kick startEnglishnounAn act of starting a motorcycle by quickly depressing the kick start with one's foot.
to make (something) active, functional, or productive again; to reinvigorate (an activity, system, or process).kick startEnglishnounA fast or strong start; help with starting or beginning well.figuratively
to make (something) active, functional, or productive again; to reinvigorate (an activity, system, or process).kick startEnglishnounAn impetus that starts or restarts some process.
to make (something) active, functional, or productive again; to reinvigorate (an activity, system, or process).kick startEnglishverbTo start a motorcycle.transitive
to make (something) active, functional, or productive again; to reinvigorate (an activity, system, or process).kick startEnglishverbTo start or begin strongly or quickly.figuratively transitive
to make (something) active, functional, or productive again; to reinvigorate (an activity, system, or process).kick startEnglishverbTo make (something) active, functional, or productive again; to reinvigorate (an activity, system, or process).figuratively transitive
to make improper proposalsimportuneEnglishverbTo bother, irritate, trouble.
to make improper proposalsimportuneEnglishverbTo harass with persistent requests.
to make improper proposalsimportuneEnglishverbTo approach to offer one's services as a prostitute, or otherwise make improper proposals.
to make improper proposalsimportuneEnglishverbTo import; to signify.obsolete
to make improper proposalsimportuneEnglishadjGrievous, severe, exacting.obsolete
to make improper proposalsimportuneEnglishadjInopportune; unseasonable.obsolete
to make improper proposalsimportuneEnglishadjTroublesome; vexatious; persistent.obsolete
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounEither of the two organs on the front of a female human's chest, which contain the mammary glands; also the analogous organs in males.anatomy medicine sciences
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounThe chest, or front of the human thorax.anatomy medicine sciences
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounA section of clothing covering the breast area.
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounThe figurative seat of the emotions, feelings etc.; one's heart or innermost thoughts.
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounThe ventral portion of an animal's thorax.
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounA choice cut of poultry, especially chicken or turkey, taken from the bird’s breast; also a cut of meat from other animals, breast of mutton, veal, pork.
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounThe front or forward part of anything.
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounThe face of a coal working.business mining
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounThe front of a furnace.business mining
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounThe power of singing; a musical voice.obsolete
to meet full onbreastEnglishnounThe breaststroke.hobbies lifestyle sports swimming
to meet full onbreastEnglishverbTo push against with the breast; to meet full on, oppose, face.figuratively often transitive
to meet full onbreastEnglishverbTo reach the top (of a hill).
to meet full onbreastEnglishverbTo debreast.cooking food lifestyletransitive
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo clean (a surface) by means of a stroking motion of a broom or brush.transitive
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo move through a (horizontal) arc or similar long stroke.intransitive
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo search (a place) methodically.transitive
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo travel quickly.figuratively intransitive
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo play a sweep shot.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo brush the ice in front of a moving stone, causing it to travel farther and to curl less.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo move something in a long sweeping motion, as a broom.ergative transitive
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo win (a series) without drawing or losing any of the games in that series.hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo defeat (a team) in a series without drawing or losing any of the games in that series.hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo clear (a body of water or part thereof) of mines.government military politics war
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo remove something abruptly and thoroughly.transitive
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo brush against or over; to rub lightly along.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo carry with a long, swinging, or dragging motion; hence, to carry in a stately or proud fashion.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo strike with a long stroke.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo row with one oar to either the port or starboard side.hobbies lifestyle rowing sports
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo draw or drag something over.nautical transport
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo pass over, or traverse, with the eye or with an instrument of observation.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishverbTo vacuum a carpet or rug.Pennsylvania Western
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA single action of sweeping.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounThe person who steers a dragon boat.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA person who stands at the stern of a surf boat, steering with a steering oar and commanding the crew.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA chimney sweep.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA methodical search, typically for bugs (electronic listening devices).
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA batsman's shot, played from a kneeling position with a swinging horizontal bat.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA lottery, usually on the results of a sporting event, where players win if their randomly chosen team wins.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA flow of water parallel to shore caused by wave action at an ocean beach or at a point or headland.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounThe degree to which an aircraft's wings are angled backwards (or, occasionally, forwards) from their attachments to the fuselage.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA throw or takedown that primarily uses the legs to attack an opponent's legs.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounViolent and general destruction.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA movable template for making moulds, in loam moulding.arts crafts engineering hobbies lifestyle metallurgy metalworking natural-sciences physical-sciences
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounIn the game casino, the act of capturing all face-up cards from the table.card-games games
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounThe compass of any turning body or of any motion.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounDirection or departure of a curve, a road, an arch, etc. away from a rectilinear line.
to move through an arc or similar long strokesweepEnglishnounA large oar used in small vessels, partly to propel t