Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

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SensetextWordLanguagePart-of-speechGlossTopicsTags
-echWelshsuffixverb suffix for the second-person plural imperfect/conditionalliterary morpheme
-echWelshsuffixverb suffix for the second-person plural conditionalcolloquial morpheme
-in-waitingEnglishsuffixDepending on the expected arrival of a result, confirmation, etc.morpheme
-in-waitingEnglishsuffixAbout to happen; bound to happen.morpheme
-in-waitingEnglishsuffixAttendant to a royal figure.morpheme
AtlesCatalannameAtlashuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek masculine
AtlesCatalannameAtlas (moon of Saturn)astronomy natural-sciencesmasculine
AustraliaEnglishnameA country and island in Oceania. Official name: Commonwealth of Australia. Capital: Canberra.
AustraliaEnglishname1814, Matthew Flinders, A Voyage to Terra Australis, volume 1 (at Project Gutenberg)
AustraliaEnglishnameA continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands. New Guinea and the intervening islands are also on the Australian tectonic plate and are thus geologically considered part of the continent.geography geology natural-sciences
CarrolltonEnglishnameA city in Denton County, Dallas County and Collin County, Texas.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Carroll County, Georgia.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Greene County, Illinois.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Carroll County, Kentucky.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Carroll County, Missouri.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA town, the county seat of Pickens County, Alabama.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA town in Mississippi, United States and one of the two county seats of Carroll County.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA town in Cattaraugus County, New York.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA village, the county seat of Carroll County, Ohio.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA census-designated place in Virginia.
CarrolltonEnglishnameA neighborhood of New Orleans, Louisiana.
CarrolltonEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Carroll County, Indiana.
CarrolltonEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Hancock County, Indiana.
DurexFrenchnamea brand of adhesive tapeCanada masculine
DurexFrenchnamea brand of condomFrance masculine
EustaceEnglishnameA male given name from Ancient Greek.
EustaceEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
EwiYorubanameThe title of the traditional ruler of the town of Ado Ekiti
EwiYorubanamethe historic ruler of the Adó Kingdomhistorical
GALSEnglishnounAcronym of gait, arms, legs, spine: a diagnostic test for locomotor abnormalities.medicine sciencesabbreviation acronym alt-of uncountable
GALSEnglishnounAcronym of giant African land snail.abbreviation acronym alt-of uncountable
GegenstandswortGermannounnounneuter strong
GegenstandswortGermannounconcrete nounneuter strong
GenderismusGermannoungenderism, gender ideology, gender mainstreaming (views and actions that recognize and attempt to redress sexism)derogatory masculine strong
GenderismusGermannoungenderism (a gendered or gender-stereotyped behavior, activity or statement)countable masculine strong
GenderismusGermannoungenderism (discrimination on the basis of gender)masculine strong uncountable
GrondysPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
GrondysPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
HellenizeEnglishverbTo use the language and culture of the ancient Greeks, to become Hellenistic.intransitive
HellenizeEnglishverbTo make or become Greek in character, language, culture, or civilization.transitive
HemelvaartDutchnameAscension Daymasculine
HemelvaartDutchnameChrist’s ascensionmasculine
HintliTurkishadjIndian
HintliTurkishnameIndian (a person from India)
IyagbaYorubanameA Yoruba sub-ethnic group in Kogi State, Nigeria
IyagbaYorubanameA Yoruba dialect spoken by the Ìyàgbà people, and is in the Okun dialectal cluster
JULLatinadjAbbreviation of jūris utriusque licentiātus (“licensed under both laws”). indicated that the designated matter was permitted and proper under all civil and spiritual lawsabbreviation alt-of indeclinable
JULLatinnounAbbreviation of jūris utriusque licentiātus (“license of both laws”). designates someone's or something's legitimate license to perform both civil and spiritual services; "Licentiate of Both Laws" civil and canonabbreviation alt-of indeclinable masculine
KonkolPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
KonkolPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
KrapuFinnishnamea Finnish surname
KrapuFinnishnameThe constellation Cancer, the Crab.astronomy natural-sciences
KrapuFinnishnameThe zodiac sign Cancer.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
Little RussiaEnglishnameThe territory of the former Russian Empire inhabited by Ukrainians, approximately corresponding to modern central and eastern Ukraine.historical
Little RussiaEnglishnameThe former Imperial Russian administrative subdivisions in north central Ukraine.historical
Little RussiaEnglishnounAn ethnic enclave populated primarily by Russians or people of Russian ancestry.
LunenburgEnglishnameFormer name of Lüneburg, a city in Lower Saxony, Germany, in English.archaic
LunenburgEnglishnameA port town in Nova Scotia, Canada.
LunenburgEnglishnameA small unincorporated community in Izard County, Arkansas, United States.
LunenburgEnglishnameA town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States.
LunenburgEnglishnameA town in Essex County, Vermont, United States.
LunenburgEnglishnameA census-designated place, the county seat of Lunenburg County, Virginia, United States.
LunenburgEnglishnameEllipsis of Lunenburg County.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
MaloneyEnglishnameA surname from Irish.countable uncountable
MaloneyEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Lee County, Kentucky, United States.countable uncountable
MoorhouseEnglishnameA small village in Burgh by Sands parish, City of Carlisle district, Cumbria, England (OS grid ref NY3356).countable uncountable
MoorhouseEnglishnameA hamlet in Laxton and Moorhouse parish, Newark and Sherwood district, Nottinghamshire, England (OS grid ref SK7566).countable uncountable
MoorhouseEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable uncountable
OttawaFrenchnameOttawa (a city in Ontario, Canada; capital city of Canada)feminine
OttawaFrenchnamethe federal government of Canadafeminine metonymically synecdoche
PferdezuchtGermannounhorse breedingfeminine uncountable
PferdezuchtGermannounfacility or establishment where horses are bredcountable feminine
PrincevilleFrenchnameA city in L'Érable, Centre-du-Québec, Quebec, Canada
PrincevilleFrenchnameA town in Kauai, Hawaii, United States
PłóciennikPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
PłóciennikPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
RIPEnglishintjInitialism of requiescat in pace, requiescant in pace, and rest in peace.abbreviation alt-of initialism
RIPEnglishintjInitialism of rest in piss.abbreviation alt-of derogatory initialism
RIPEnglishintjInitialism of rest in power.abbreviation alt-of initialism rare
RIPEnglishnameRouting information protocol, a dynamic routing protocol used in local and wide area networks.
RIPEnglishnounRepeat-induced point mutation, a process by which both copies of duplicated sequences are mutated.uncountable
RIPEnglishnounInitialism of reduction in pay.government law-enforcementUS abbreviation alt-of initialism
RandufeGaliciannameA parish of Tui, Pontevedra, Galicia
RandufeGaliciannameA village in Gondomar, Gondomar, Pontevedra, Galicia
RandufeGaliciannameA village in As Achas, A Caniza, Pontevedra, Galicia
RandufeGaliciannameA village in Santa Comba, Santa Comba, A Coruña, Galicia
Republika MakedonijaSerbo-Croatiannameformer Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
Republika MakedonijaSerbo-CroatiannameRepublic of Macedonia
RusinkaPolishnounfemale equivalent of Rusin (“Ruthenian”) (person from Ruthenia)feminine form-of historical
RusinkaPolishnounfemale equivalent of Rusin (“Carpatho-Rusyn, Rusyn”) (member of a people living in the eastern Carpathian Mountains, in part of western Ukraine, south-eastern Poland and north-eastern Slovakia)feminine form-of
SagitárioPortuguesenameSagittarius (constellation)astronomy natural-sciencesmasculine
SagitárioPortuguesenameSagittarius (astrological sign)astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencesmasculine
Saint CharlesFrenchnameSaint Charles: A placenamemasculine
Saint CharlesFrenchnameSaint Charles: Any of various saints named Charlesmasculine
SaraikiEnglishnameAn ethnic group of central Pakistan.
SaraikiEnglishnameThe Indo-Aryan language spoken by them.
SolasEnglishnameA surname / A surname from Norwegian
SolasEnglishnameA surname / A surname from Spanish
SolovianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the economist Robert Solow.economics science sciences
SolovianEnglishadjIn particular, of or pertaining to the Solow growth model.economics science sciences
SvanEnglishnameA South Caucasian language of Caucasian Georgia, related to Georgian, Laz, and Mingrelian.
SvanEnglishnounA person from Svaneti, or a descendant of Svan people.
SéamasIrishnamea male given name from Hebrew, equivalent to English James or Jacobmasculine
SéamasIrishnameJames (book of the Bible; either of the two apostles)biblical lifestyle religionmasculine
TIRTurkishnounvehicle displaying a TIR plate
TIRTurkishnounsemi-tractor, tractor unit
TIRTurkishnountractor-trailer, semi truck
TrentoItaliannameTrento (the provincial capital of Trentino, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)feminine
TrentoItaliannameTrentino (a province of Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)feminine rare
VéroneFrenchnameVerona (a province of Veneto, Italy)feminine
VéroneFrenchnameVerona (the capital city of the province of Verona, Veneto, Italy)feminine
WaszyngtonPolishnameWashington, D.C. (a city in Columbia district, United States)inanimate masculine
WaszyngtonPolishnameWashington (a state of the United States)inanimate masculine
WhitemanEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
WhitemanEnglishnameA suburb in north-east Perth, Western Australia.countable uncountable
aaissachiChickasawverbto quit (I)active intransitive
aaissachiChickasawverbto leave, abandon (I;II)active transitive
abboccareItalianverbto bite or take with the mouthrare transitive
abboccareItalianverbto take the bait [auxiliary avere] / to take the baitalso broadly figuratively intransitive
abboccareItalianverbto fill up (a glass, jar, etc.) to the toprare transitive
abboccareItalianverbto join or connect (tubes, ducts, etc.)transitive
abboccareItalianverbto be joined or connected (of tubes, ducts, etc.) [auxiliary avere] / to be joined or connected (of tubes, ducts, etc.)intransitive
abboccareItalianverbto connect two organs (in surgery)broadly transitive
abiertoSpanishadjopen, unlocked (not closed, accessible)
abiertoSpanishadjopen (actively conducting business)
abiertoSpanishadjopen, open-minded (receptive)
abiertoSpanishadjopen, overt, outspoken, candid (not subtle in character)
abiertoSpanishadjopen-ended (i.e. unrestricted)
abiertoSpanishadjopen (uttered with a wide opening of articulators)human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
abiertoSpanishnounopen (event in which anyone can compete)hobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
abiertoSpanishverbpast participle of abrirform-of participle past
acobardarSpanishverbto daunt, to frighten, to scaretransitive
acobardarSpanishverbto be frightened, scared, dauntedreflexive
acobardarSpanishverbto cowerreflexive
adapterowyPolishadjadapternot-comparable relational
adapterowyPolishadjgramophonenot-comparable relational
affgaunScotsadjoutgoing, leaving (of a tenant)
affgaunScotsadjworse for wear
affgaunScotsnoundeparture; fading away; death
affgaunScotsnounstart, outset
aftAlbaniannoundraft (wind, bellows)masculine
aftAlbaniannounwaft, whiffmasculine
aftAlbaniannounwarmth from a firemasculine
aggregarsiItalianverbreflexive of aggregareform-of reflexive
aggregarsiItalianverbto join
aggregarsiItalianverbto become part of a group
agguerrireItalianverbto train for wartransitive
agguerrireItalianverbto harden, temper, strengthentransitive
agitpropEnglishnounPolitical propaganda disseminated through art, drama, literature, etc., especially communist propaganda; (specifically, communism, historical) such propaganda formerly disseminated by the Department for Agitation and Propaganda of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.also attributive uncountable
agitpropEnglishnounAn instance of such propaganda.countable
agitpropEnglishnounAn organization or person engaged in disseminating such propaganda.countable
agitpropEnglishverbTo disseminate (something as) political propaganda, especially communist propaganda, through art, drama, literature, etc.government politicsintransitive transitive
agresjaPolishnounaggression (hostile emotions or behavior) [+ wobec (genitive) = towards whom] / aggression (hostile emotions or behavior)feminine
agresjaPolishnounwar of aggressionfeminine
agresjaPolishnounaggression, assault, attackMiddle Polish feminine
ahtaaFinnishverbto cram, stuff, fill, pack fulltransitive
ahtaaFinnishverbto supercharge (to increase the power of an internal combustion engine by compressing the inlet air)transitive
ahtaaFinnishverbto turbocharge (to apply a turbocharger to increase the air pressure in the intake manifold of an engine)transitive
ahtaaFinnishverbto fill (a riihi) with grain to drytransitive
ahtaaFinnishverbto bracenautical transporttransitive
aktualizmPolishnounactualism (belief that only actual things exist, and merely possible things do not)human-sciences philosophy sciencesinanimate masculine
aktualizmPolishnoununiformitarianism (principle that natural processes operated in the past in the same way and at the same rates that they operate today)geography geology natural-sciencesinanimate masculine
aktywnośćPolishnounactivity, activeness, liveliness (quality of being full of activity)feminine
aktywnośćPolishnounreactivity (relative susceptibility to chemical reaction)chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesfeminine
alarvePortuguesenounbedouinarchaic by-personal-gender feminine masculine
alarvePortuguesenounbruteby-personal-gender feminine masculine
alarvePortuguesenoungluttonby-personal-gender feminine masculine
alarvePortugueseadjbrutefeminine masculine
alarvePortugueseadjgluttonfeminine masculine
alauíSpanishadjAlawitefeminine masculine
alauíSpanishnounAlawiteby-personal-gender feminine masculine
amiâLigurianverbto look at, to watch, to glance or gaze attransitive
amiâLigurianverb(transitive with de (+ action being tried)) to try / to trytransitive with de (+ action being tried)
amiâLigurianverbthird-person singular future indicative of amiâform-of future indicative singular third-person
angelOld Frisiannounangelmasculine
angelOld Frisiannounfishhookmasculine reconstruction
angelOld Frisiannounstingermasculine reconstruction
angonFrenchnounangonengineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrymasculine
angonFrenchnounfishgigmasculine
angreifenGermanverbto attackclass-1 strong
angreifenGermanverbto touch, to handleAustria class-1 strong
ankareSwedishnounan anchor (tool to hook a vessel into sea bottom)nautical transportneuter
ankareSwedishnounanchor; an HTML/XHTML mark-up tag to define a position in a file, or a link to a URL.Internet neuter
apanyarCatalanverbto prepare, to fixtransitive
apanyarCatalanverbto get by, to managereflexive
aprochiuAromanianverbto come near, approach
aprochiuAromanianverbto receive, accept
apuradoSpanishadjin a hurry
apuradoSpanishadjpoor, needy, short
apuradoSpanishverbpast participle of apurarform-of participle past
arcoGaliciannounbow (weapon)masculine
arcoGaliciannounarcgeometry mathematics sciencesmasculine
arcoGaliciannounarcharchitecturemasculine
arcoGaliciannounhoop (of a barrel)masculine
arcoGaliciannouneach one of the circles of a water wheelmasculine
arcoGaliciannounMoon's halomasculine
arlièdaEmiliannounanger; rageCarpi feminine
arlièdaEmilianverbfeminine singular of arliêCarpi feminine form-of participle singular
arraigarPortugueseverbto roottransitive
arraigarPortugueseverbto take rootintransitive
asokaPaliadjfree from sorrow
asokaPalinounAshoka treemasculine
asokaPalinameIndian male name (commonly rendered Ashoka)masculine
aspermicEnglishadjUnable to produce sperm.of a male animal
aspermicEnglishadjOf or relating to aspermia.medicine sciences
aspisEnglishnounA type of round shield borne by ancient Greek soldiers
aspisEnglishnounAn asp or generic venomous snakearchaic
aspisEnglishnounA prominent ring of thickened exine around a pore on a pollen grainbiology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences palynology physical-sciences
assistaMalteseverbto assist, to help
assistaMalteseverbto be present at [+ għal (object)] / to be present at
aufugioLatinverbto flee, run away, escape; vanishconjugation-3 impersonal in the passive intransitive iō-variant no-supine
aufugioLatinverbto flee fromconjugation-3 impersonal in the passive iō-variant no-supine transitive
ausmusternGermanverbto sort out, to make a specimen included in one group but not the other, to pick / to discharge as unfitgovernment military politics warweak
ausmusternGermanverbto sort out, to make a specimen included in one group but not the other, to pick / to put into office after training or preparatory servicegovernment law-enforcement military politics warin Austria today weak
ausmusternGermanverbto sort out, to make a specimen included in one group but not the other, to pick / to pick an example fabric out ofbusiness manufacturing textilesweak
ausmusternGermanverbto sort out, to make a specimen included in one group but not the other, to pick / to confer a pattern tobusiness manufacturing textilesrare weak
ausmusternGermanverbto sort out, to make a specimen included in one group but not the other, to pickweak
autorizzazioneItaliannounauthorization, permissionfeminine
autorizzazioneItaliannounpermitfeminine
autorizzazioneItaliannounclearancefeminine
avowEnglishverbTo declare openly and boldly, as something believed to be right; to own, acknowledge or confess frankly.transitive
avowEnglishverbTo bind or devote by a vow.transitive
avowEnglishverbTo acknowledge and justify, as an act done. See avowry.law
avowEnglishnounavowalobsolete
baanimaaOjibweadvlater, after a while
baanimaaOjibweadveventually
baldrogasGalicianadjuntidy; dirtyinvariable
baldrogasGalicianadjtatteredinvariable
baldrogasGaliciannounvagrant, tramp, vagabondby-personal-gender feminine invariable masculine
banabhraiseachIrishnounwoman spinnerfeminine
banabhraiseachIrishnounhandy woman, housewifefeminine
banasTagalognounsultriness; heat and humidity
banasTagalognounannoyance caused by sultry weathercolloquial
banasTagalogadjhot; humidBatangas
bandehadoTagalognounoblong china tray or platter
bandehadoTagalognounelongated or long dish (plate)
bannenMiddle Dutchverbto summon (of a lord to his vassal)
bannenMiddle Dutchverbto call together solemnly
bannenMiddle Dutchverbto subpoena
bannenMiddle Dutchverbto enforce with a solemn declaration
bannenMiddle Dutchverbto ban, to drive out
baskaganTagalognounframework; frame (of doors, windows, kites, baskets, etc.)
baskaganTagalognounmatrixmathematics sciences
basqueEnglishnounThe part of a waistcoat etc. extending below the waist.
basqueEnglishnounA woman's close-fitting bodice, underbodice, or corset having such a feature.
beejeCentral Franconianverbto bendMoselle-Franconian Northern Ripuarian transitive
beejeCentral Franconianverbto be bentreflexive
bekkenDutchnounbasin, broad-shaped liquid containerneuter
bekkenDutchnounbasin, geological depressiongeography natural-sciencesneuter
bekkenDutchnounpelvis, basin-shaped body regionneuter
bekkenDutchnouncymbal, two-part metallic percussion instrumententertainment lifestyle musicneuter
bekkenDutchverbto peck (at a target)intransitive literally
bekkenDutchverbto snap, to sneer (at someone)intransitive rare
bekkenDutchverbto sound, to feel in the mouth when sung or spokencolloquial intransitive
bekkenDutchverbto kiss intensely, to French kisscolloquial intransitive pejorative
bekkenDutchnounplural of bekform-of plural
bilbilTagalognounlove handle; excess fat on one's lower abdomenanatomy medicine sciencescolloquial
bilbilTagalognoundouble chinanatomy medicine sciences
bilbilTagalognounedema; dropsymedicine sciences
bishtalecAlbaniannounshort braid, pigtail, plaitmasculine
bishtalecAlbaniannounshort tailanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
bishtalecAlbaniannouncheeky kidmasculine slang
blaikēnProto-West Germanicverbto become palereconstruction
blaikēnProto-West Germanicverbto be palereconstruction
blihemAlbanianverbto be boughtmediopassive
blihemAlbanianverbto be salablemediopassive
blinkyEnglishadjOf eyes or people/animals: blinking repeatedly, prone to blink.
blinkyEnglishadjflickery, prone to flicker (of lights, shining objects)
blinkyEnglishadjOf milk: turned somewhat sour.US dialectal
blinkyEnglishnounin digital photography, a flashing pixel.arts hobbies lifestyle photography
blusseDanishverbto flame, to blaze
blusseDanishverbto blush
bonyEnglishadjresembling, having the appearance or consistence of, or relating to bone; osseous.
bonyEnglishadjfull of bones
bonyEnglishadjwith little flesh; skinny, thin
bonyEnglishadjhaving prominent bones
bottenskrapSwedishnounsomething scraped off the bottom of somethingneuter
bottenskrapSwedishnounthe worst (remainder) of something, (the) bottom of the barrelfiguratively neuter
bottenskrapSwedishnounthe worst (remainder) of something, (the) bottom of the barrel / dregs (contemptible or worthless people, the worst people)figuratively neuter
brilDutchnounA pair of glasses or goggles.masculine
brilDutchnounA telescope.masculine obsolete
brilDutchnounAnything of similar shape / a pattern on various animal species, often named after itmasculine
brilDutchnounAnything of similar shape / a toilet seatmasculine
brilDutchnounAnything of similar shape / A lunette, small fortification element.masculine obsolete
briosoSpanishadjlively, zestful
briosoSpanishadjenergetic
brogliaccioItaliannoundaybookmasculine
brogliaccioItaliannounnotebookmasculine
bronDutchnounsourcefeminine
bronDutchnounspring, wellfeminine
bursaPolishnounboarding house (housing for students at a boarding school)educationdated feminine
bursaPolishnounbursa (parament about twelve inches square in which the folded corporal is kept in for reasons of reverence)Catholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicismfeminine
c'estFrenchcontractionit is (used to define the preceding word)contraction
c'estFrenchcontractionit is (used to introduce a focus)contraction
c'estFrenchcontractionthis iscontraction
cagionareItalianverbto cause, to provoke (something unpleasant)transitive
cagionareItalianverbto blame, to accusearchaic transitive
caneiroGaliciannounweir; dam on a river, for servicing a fishery or a millmasculine
caneiroGaliciannoundrain in a wallmasculine
caneiroGaliciannounguttermasculine
caneiroGaliciannounnarrow passmasculine
capabilityEnglishnounthe power or ability to generate an outcomecountable uncountable
capabilityEnglishnounA digital token allowing a user or process to interact in a specified way with an object that is subject to access control.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
caravanEnglishnounA convoy or procession of travellers, their cargo and vehicles, and any pack animals, especially camels crossing a desert.
caravanEnglishnounA furnished vehicle towed behind a car, etc., and used as a dwelling when stationary.Australia Britain New-Zealand South-Africa
caravanEnglishverbTo travel in a caravan (procession).
caravanEnglishverbTo travel and/or live in a caravan (vehicle).Australia UK
causticoItalianadjcaustic
causticoItalianadjscathing (figurative)
cauterizarSpanishverbto cauterizemedicine sciencestransitive
cauterizarSpanishverbto brandtransitive
chairwomanEnglishnounA female chairperson
chairwomanEnglishnounA charwomanobsolete
chiaroscuroItaliannounchiaroscuro (artistic technique using exaggerated light contrasts)art artsmasculine
chiaroscuroItaliannouncontrasts, ups and downsfiguratively masculine
chiaroscuroItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of chiaroscurarefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
choreographyEnglishnounThe art of creating, arranging and recording the dance movements of a work, such as a ballet.uncountable
choreographyEnglishnounThe art of creating, arranging and recording the dance movements of a work, such as a ballet. / The art of creating and arranging sequences of movement for performances of any kind, such as in fight choreography.broadly countable uncountable
choreographyEnglishnounThe dance steps, sequences or styles peculiar to a work, group, performance or institution.uncountable
choreographyEnglishnounThe representation of these movements by a series of symbols.countable uncountable
choreographyEnglishnounThe notation used to construct this record.countable uncountable
chłosnąćPolishverbto birch, to cane, to flog, to lash, to whipperfective transitive
chłosnąćPolishverbto castigate, to chastiseperfective transitive
chłosnąćPolishverbto lash against somethingfiguratively of rain perfective transitive usually
chłosnąćPolishverbto lash oneself, to whip oneselfperfective reflexive with się
chłosnąćPolishverbto lash each other, to whip each otherperfective reflexive with się
cknićPolishverbto nauseate [+accusative] (to feel nausea)dialectal imperfective impersonal intransitive
cknićPolishverbto long for, to yearn [+ do (genitive) = what] / to long for, to yearndialectal imperfective impersonal reflexive with się
clippedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of clipform-of participle past
clippedEnglishadjHaving an end cut off; trimmed or cut back.not-comparable
clippedEnglishadjWith each word pronounced separately and distinctly.not-comparable of speech
clippedEnglishadjCircumcised.informal not-comparable
cociñaGaliciannounkitchenfeminine
cociñaGaliciannounstovefeminine
cociñaGalicianverbinflection of cociñar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
cociñaGalicianverbinflection of cociñar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
cognizanceEnglishnounAn emblem, badge or device, used as a distinguishing mark by the body of retainers of a royal or noble house.countable uncountable
cognizanceEnglishnounNotice or awareness.countable uncountable
cognizanceEnglishnounJurisdiction.countable uncountable
cokerMiddle EnglishnounA kind of leather leg coverings.
cokerMiddle EnglishnounA quiver (a receptacle for arrows)rare
colicoItalianadjcholicchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
colicoItalianadjcolonic, colicanatomy medicine sciences
colicoItalianadjcholic (of or pertaining to bile)medicine physiology sciences
colicoItalianadjcolic; colickymedicine pathology sciencesrelational
combatFrenchnouncombat (hostile interaction)masculine
combatFrenchnouncombat (contest; competition)figuratively masculine
combatFrenchnounbattle; military combatin-plural masculine
combatFrenchverbthird-person singular present indicative of combattreform-of indicative present singular third-person
comunaleItalianadjtownrelational
comunaleItalianadjmunicipal
comunaleItalianadjcommunal
comunaleItaliannounstreet in a townfeminine
concedoLatinverbto depart, retire or withdraw, come away, come, go awayconjugation-3
concedoLatinverbto disappear or vanishconjugation-3
concedoLatinverbto relinquish, concede, relent, subside, come to an end, terminate, give up, abandonconjugation-3
concedoLatinverbto grant or allow, allow, yield, grant, concedeconjugation-3
concessusLatinverbPerfect passive participle of concēdō. / departed, withdrawndeclension-1 declension-2 participle
concessusLatinverbPerfect passive participle of concēdō. / disappeared, vanisheddeclension-1 declension-2 participle
concessusLatinverbPerfect passive participle of concēdō. / relinquished, concededdeclension-1 declension-2 participle
concessusLatinverbPerfect passive participle of concēdō. / granted, alloweddeclension-1 declension-2 participle
concessusLatinnounconcessiondeclension-4 masculine
concessusLatinnounagreementdeclension-4 masculine
concessusLatinnounpermissiondeclension-4 masculine
coniugarsiItalianverbreflexive of coniugareform-of reflexive
coniugarsiItalianverbto conjugategrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
coniugarsiItalianverbto go together with, accompanyfiguratively
coniugarsiItalianverbto get married, marry
construerenDutchverbto construeformal transitive
construerenDutchverbto constructformal transitive
convexEnglishadjCurved or bowed outward like the outside of a bowl, circle, or sphere.
convexEnglishadjhaving an epigraph that is a convex set.not-comparable of a real-valued function on the reals
convexEnglishadjhaving no internal angles greater than 180 degrees.geometry mathematics sciencesnot-comparable of a polygon
convexEnglishadjarranged such that for any two points in the set, a straight line between the two points is contained within the set.mathematics sciencesnot-comparable of a set in Euclidean space
convexEnglishnounAny convex body or surface.
convexEnglishnounA playing card made convex for use in cheating.gambling games
convexEnglishnounA small convex mirror used to cheat by observing other players' cards.gambling games
coreeFriuliannounlacefeminine
coreeFriuliannounbeltfeminine
coreeFriuliannounfartfeminine
corraghManxadjeccentric, erratic, irresolute, crazy, unbalanced (of mind), uneven (as temper)
corraghManxadjskittish, sensitive
corraghManxadjhectic, troubled (of period)
corraghManxadjinfirm, wobbly, falling
corraghManxadjjerry-built
corraghManxadjcheckered (as career)
crampeFrenchnouncramp (muscular contraction)feminine
crampeFrenchnouniron clampfeminine
crannyEnglishnounA small, narrow opening, fissure, crevice, or chink, as in a wall, or other substance.
crannyEnglishnounA tool for forming the necks of bottles, etc.
crannyEnglishverbTo break into, or become full of, crannies.intransitive
crannyEnglishverbTo haunt or enter by crannies.intransitive
crash padEnglishnounAny place used for temporary lodging, especially without payment or permission.
crash padEnglishnounAny place used for temporary lodging, especially without payment or permission. / A place of temporary lodging for airline flight crews.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
crash padEnglishnounA protective foam pad placed on the ground, used as protection in case of falling from the wall.climbing hobbies lifestyle sports
crash padEnglishnounA room where one can recover after a bad acid trip.historical
criptografiaPortuguesenouncryptography (discipline concerned with communication security)feminine uncountable
criptografiaPortuguesenounan encryption techniquefeminine
cuchíSpanishnounpigmasculine
cuchíSpanishintjused to call a pig or other animal
culeusLatinnounsack, bag, especially a large leather sack used for bulk transportdeclension-2
culeusLatinnounculeus, the sack, a punishment for parricides involving confinement to a sack and drowninglawdeclension-2 historical
culeusLatinnounculeus, Roman sack, a Roman unit of liquid measure equivalent to about 520 L, chiefly used for vinyard production and wine tradingdeclension-2 historical
curvyEnglishadjHaving curves.
curvyEnglishadjBuxom or curvaceous.
curvyEnglishadjOverweight.euphemistic of women
dameDutchnounlady / noblewomanfeminine
dameDutchnounlady / Polite term or title of address for any (adult or adolescent) woman.feminine
dameDutchnounqueenboard-games card-games chess gamesfeminine
decorLatinnounelegance, gracedeclension-3 masculine
decorLatinnounbeauty, charmdeclension-3 masculine
delittoItaliannouncrime, offence/offense, felony, misdemeanourmasculine
delittoItaliannounmurder, homicidemasculine
delittoItaliannounsinmasculine
delittoItalianverbpast participle of delinquereform-of participle past
deshebrarSpanishverbto unravel
deshebrarSpanishverbto shred, to tear to pieces
designatorEnglishnounA person who, or term that, designates.
designatorEnglishnounAn officer who assigned to each his rank and place in public shows and ceremonies.Roman historical
deviantEnglishadjCharacterized by deviation from an expectation or a social standard.
deviantEnglishnounA person who deviates, especially from norms of social behavior.
deviantEnglishnounA thing, phenomenon, or trend that deviates from an expectation or pattern.
deviantEnglishnounA member of the online art community DeviantArt.Internet
dezbinaRomanianverbto part, sever, divide, disjoin, disuniteconjugation-1
dezbinaRomanianverbto fall out with one another, estrange, dissolve a partnership or friendshipconjugation-1 figuratively
disposisiIndonesiannoundisposition, the arrangement or placement of certain things.
disposisiIndonesiannoundisposition, the tendency or inclination under given circumstancesmedicine sciences
disposisiIndonesiannoundisposition, temperamental makeup or habitual mood.medicine sciences
disseminateEnglishverbTo sow and scatter principles, ideas, opinions, etc, or concrete things, for growth and propagation, like seeds.transitive
disseminateEnglishverbTo become widespread.intransitive
dissideoLatinverbto sit apart; to be divided, separate or remote fromconjugation-2 impersonal in the passive no-supine
dissideoLatinverbto disagree, think differentlyconjugation-2 impersonal in the passive no-supine
dissideoLatinverbto be unlike, different or dissimilar; differ, disagreeconjugation-2 impersonal in the passive no-supine
dizaineFrenchnouna set of tenfeminine
dizaineFrenchnounabout tenfeminine
dolentCatalanadjbad
dolentCatalanadjevil
dolentCatalanadjillValencia
dolentCatalanadjaching
dolentCatalanadjmorally afflicted
dolentCatalanverbgerund of doldreform-of gerund
dongEnglishnounThe currency of Vietnam, 100 xus. Symbol: ₫
dongEnglishnounThe currency of South Vietnam, 100 xus. Symbol: Đ.historical
dongEnglishnounThe penis.slang
dongEnglishnounA dildo, specifically a synthetic anatomical replica of the penis.broadly slang
dongEnglishnounA low-pitched, metallic ringing sound.
dongEnglishverbTo make a low-pitched, metallic ringing sound.
dongEnglishnounA submunicipal administrative unit of a city in North or South Korea.
donnerPicardverbto give, to transfer the possession/holding of something to someone else.
donnerPicardverbto donate
dringEnglishverbTo press; squeeze; crowd; push.UK dialectal transitive
dringEnglishnounA throng; crowd.UK dialectal
dringEnglishnounA narrow passage.UK dialectal
dudlaćPolishverbto play a wind instrument badly [+ po (prepositional) = on what] / to play a wind instrument badlyarchaic imperfective intransitive
dudlaćPolishverbto blather, to prattlearchaic figuratively imperfective intransitive
dudlaćPolishverbto cry, to weepPoznań imperfective intransitive
duilleachIrishadjleafy
duilleachIrishadjleaf-shaped, leaf-patterned
duilleachScottish GaelicadjSynonym of duilleagach (“leafy”)
duilleachScottish Gaelicadjsheathed
duilleachScottish Gaelicnounfoliage, leavesmasculine
duilleachScottish Gaelicnounwithered leavesmasculine
durosBikol Centralnounwind, gust
durosBikol Centralnounair
durosBikol Centralnounbreeze
dvojkaSerbo-Croatiannountwo (digit or figure)
dvojkaSerbo-Croatiannounanything numbered two (playing card deuce, tram, bus, player with a jersey number 2, the school grade ‘2’ etc.)
dzieciobójczyPolishadjinfanticidenot-comparable relational
dzieciobójczyPolishadjfilicidenot-comparable relational
dzierżawićPolishverbto lease (to let someone use one's property for a price) [+komuś = to someone] / to lease (to let someone use one's property for a price)economics law science sciencesimperfective transitive
dzierżawićPolishverbto lease, to rent (to use someone else's property for a price) [+ od (genitive) = from someone] / to lease, to rent (to use someone else's property for a price)economics law science sciencesimperfective transitive
dènMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 扥
dènMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 扽
dènMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 㩐
décloreFrenchverbto open, reopen (open something which was closed)archaic
décloreFrenchverbto uncoverarchaic
díscIrishnoundrynessfeminine
díscIrishnounbarrennessfeminine
edgewiseEnglishadvEdgeways.
edgewiseEnglishadvAs if by an edge.
edgewiseEnglishadjEdgeways.not-comparable
ehtanOld Englishverbto chase (+ genitive or accusative)
ehtanOld Englishverbto persecute (+ genitive or accusative)
eliminateEnglishverbTo completely remove, get rid of, put an end to.transitive
eliminateEnglishverbTo kill (a person or animal).slang transitive
eliminateEnglishverbTo excrete (waste products).medicine physiology sciencesintransitive transitive
eliminateEnglishverbTo exclude (from investigation or from further competition).transitive
eliminateEnglishverbTo record amounts in a consolidation statement to remove the effects of inter-company transactions.accounting business finance
emoEnglishnounA particular style of hardcore punk rockentertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
emoEnglishnounAn individual of people associated with that subculture and musical style.countable
emoEnglishnounAny form of guitar-driven alternative rock that is particularly or notably emotionalentertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
emoEnglishnounAn individual of people associated with a fashion or stereotype of that style of rock.countable
emoEnglishnounA young person who is considered to be over-emotional or stereotypically emo.countable
emoEnglishadjEmotional; sensitive.derogatory often
emoEnglishadjDepressed.derogatory informal often
emoEnglishadjAssociated with youth subcultures embodying emotional sensitivity.
en l'airFrenchadjup in the air, upinvariable
en l'airFrenchadjempty, not backed by actionfiguratively invariable
en êtreFrenchverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see en, être.
en êtreFrenchverbto have arrived at something; to be somewhere; to be in a certain situation; to stand somewhere
en êtreFrenchverbto be game, to be ininformal
en êtreFrenchverbto be part of the LGBTQ communityderogatory informal
endaSwahiliverbto walk, go
endaSwahiliverbto go ahead, progress
entrelacsFrenchnouninterlacing, tracerymasculine
entrelacsFrenchnounplural of entrelacform-of plural
epigeneticsEnglishnounThe study of the processes involved in the genetic development of an organism, especially the activation and deactivation of genes.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesuncountable
epigeneticsEnglishnounThe study of heritable changes caused by the activation and deactivation of genes without any change in DNA sequence.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesuncountable
erudizioneItaliannouneruditionfeminine
erudizioneItaliannounscholarshipfeminine
erzeugenGermanverbto producetransitive weak with aus + dative
erzeugenGermanverbto generatetransitive weak
erzeugenGermanverbto causeweak
especialmenteGalicianadvspecially
especialmenteGalicianadvespecially, particularly
estrinxirGalicianverbto tightenarchaic
estrinxirGalicianverbto constipate
ex post factoEnglishadjRetroactive.not-comparable
ex post factoEnglishadjRetroactive. / Formulated or enacted after some event, and then retroactively applied to it.lawnot-comparable
exogeographyEnglishnounThe study of the physical structure and inhabitants outside the Earth.uncountable
exogeographyEnglishnounThe physical structure outside a particular region; terrain.uncountable
eyðaIcelandicverbto destroy, bring to nothingweak
eyðaIcelandicverbto spend, wasteweak
eyðaIcelandicnouna blankfeminine
fipennyEnglishnounA fivepenny; a fivepenny bit.historical
fipennyEnglishnounA flick-knife.slang
flagstoneEnglishnounA flat, rectangular piece of rock or stone used for paving or roofing.
flagstoneEnglishnounOne of several types of rock easily split and suitable for making flagstones.
flea-bittenEnglishadjInfested with fleas
flea-bittenEnglishadjDecrepit or dilapidated
flightyEnglishadjGiven to unplanned and silly ideas or actions.
flightyEnglishadjThat flies easily or often.of a bird
flightyEnglishadjSwift.obsolete
flottSwedishadjluxurious, stylish, pimpednot-comparable
flottSwedishadjafloatnot-comparable
flottSwedishadvluxuriously, stylishly
flottSwedishadvafloat
flottSwedishnounfat, grease (melted animal fat)neuter uncountable
flyngenMiddle EnglishverbTo dash, rush or charge.Northern
flyngenMiddle EnglishverbTo fly (move speedily, especially through air).Northern
flyngenMiddle EnglishverbTo strike or land a blow (with a weapon).Northern
flyngenMiddle EnglishverbTo throw; to fling.Northern rare
follónSpanishadjlazy, good-for-nothing
follónSpanishnounsquib, dud (a rocket that fails to detonate)Latin-America masculine
follónSpanishnounmess, fuss, snarl, confusioncolloquial masculine
follónSpanishnounuproarcolloquial masculine
free rideEnglishnounAn opportunity or benefit which has no cost, especially one enjoyed or undertaken at the expense of others.idiomatic
free rideEnglishnounThe practice of buying and selling shares or other securities without actually having the capital to cover the trade.business finance
free rideEnglishnounA hand in which a player can remain without betting further money.card-games poker
free rideEnglishverbTo take a free ride; to take advantage of a benefit without contributing.
free rideEnglishverbTo buy and sell shares or other securities without actually having the capital to cover the trade.business finance
fregarCatalanverbto rubBalearic Central Valencian intransitive transitive
fregarCatalanverbto graze, to brushBalearic Central Valencian transitive
fregarCatalanverbto wash (dishes)Balearic Central Valencian transitive
friooseManxnounadvertence, thoughtfulness, attention, attentivenessmasculine
friooseManxnounvalue, importancemasculine
friooseManxnounthriftiness, thriftmasculine
friooseManxnounheedfulness, considerationmasculine
friooseManxnounmomentmasculine
fruktNorwegian Nynorsknounfruit ((edible) part of plant)countable feminine uncountable
fruktNorwegian Nynorsknounend resultfeminine uncountable
fysiikkaFinnishnounphysics
fysiikkaFinnishnounphysique
gabelnGermanverbto fork (use a fork to move food to mouth)weak
gabelnGermanverbto pitchfork (use a pitchfork to carry)weak
gabelnGermanverbto fork; branch; branch outreflexive weak
gaibidOld Irishverbto hold, grasp
gaibidOld Irishverbto take, seize, capture, gain (victory)
gaibidOld Irishverbto put on (an article of clothing; with imb + the person on whom the clothing is put)
gaibidOld Irishverbto utter, declare
gaibidOld Irishverbto accept [+ i (accusative) = as] / to accept
gaibidOld Irishverbto be, existin nasalized relative clauses in perfect
gangtunnelNorwegian Nynorsknouna subway (UK), underpass, underground passagewayfor pedestrians masculine
gangtunnelNorwegian Nynorsknouna covered walkway on the pavement by a building site.masculine
garden cressEnglishnounA plant, Lepidium sativum.countable uncountable usually
garden cressEnglishnounThe pungent leaves of the plant, used in salads.uncountable usually
gariYorubanouncassava flour
gariYorubanounA liquid food made with cassava flour and water
gariYorubaverbto feed; to sustainidiomatic
geometricalEnglishadjOf, or relating to geometry; geometric.
geometricalEnglishadjConsisting of lines and simple shapes.of a design
geometricalEnglishadjHaving the stairs supported by the wall at one end only.of a staircase
gestureEnglishnounA motion of the limbs or body, especially one made to emphasize speech.
gestureEnglishnounAn act or a remark that serves as a formality or as a sign of attitude.
gestureEnglishnounA motion made with a pointing device, or on a touchscreen, that is recognised by the system as a command.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
gestureEnglishnounThe manner of carrying the body; position of the body or limbs; posture.obsolete
gestureEnglishverbTo make a gesture or gestures.intransitive
gestureEnglishverbTo express something by a gesture or gestures.transitive
gestureEnglishverbTo accompany or illustrate with gesture or action.transitive
gevalDutchnouncase, situation, instanceneuter
gevalDutchnounthingneuter
gezelDutchnouncompanionmasculine
gezelDutchnounjourneymanarchaic masculine
gitingTagalognounheroic character; bravery
gitingTagalognounheroic deed
gitingTagalognoungreatness
gitingTagalognoungritting of the teeth
gitingTagalognounmark of having been tightly tied up
gjynahAlbaniannounsinIslam lifestyle religionmasculine
gjynahAlbaniannounfault, guiltcolloquial masculine
gjynahAlbaniannounpity, compassion, sympathycolloquial masculine
gjynahAlbaniannounanything bad, wrong or unfortunatecolloquial masculine
gjynahAlbanianintjExpresses sorrow or regret.colloquial
glèScottish Gaelicadvvery
glèScottish Gaelicadvsufficiently, enough
glèScottish Gaelicadvperfectly
glèScottish GaelicadvquiteSouthern dialectal
gołyPolishadjnaked, bare
gołyPolishadjunfurnished
gołyPolishadjpenniless, having no money
grincoIdonounsqueak, creak, screech
grincoIdonoungnashing (of teeth)
grisSwedishnouna pig; mammal of the genus Suscommon-gender
grisSwedishnouna piglet; young of the pigcommon-gender
grisSwedishnouna nasty or dirty personcommon-gender
grisSwedishnouna pig (cop, police officer)common-gender derogatory slang
grisSwedishnounthe pigs (the police, collectively)common-gender derogatory slang
grizzledEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of grizzleform-of participle past
grizzledEnglishadjgreyed, old
grizzledEnglishadjgrey or partly grey
grizzledEnglishadjstreaked or mixed with grey; grizzly; griseous
gylleDanishnounslurry, a mixture of urine and manure used as fertilizercommon-gender no-plural
gylleDanishnouncrap, guff (nonsensical talk or thinking)common-gender figuratively no-plural
gërthjeAlbaniannouncrabfeminine
gërthjeAlbaniannounpest, annoying personfeminine figuratively
gönnenGermanverbto bestow, to indulge (someone's wishes), to treat toditransitive weak
gönnenGermanverbto be happy for someone because of their good fortuneditransitive weak
halcyonEnglishnounA kingfisher whose nesting by the sea was said, in classical mythology, to cause the Gods to restrain the wind and waves.poetic
halcyonEnglishnounA kingfisher whose nesting by the sea was said, in classical mythology, to cause the Gods to restrain the wind and waves. / The dead body of such a bird, said in Tudor times to act as a weather vane when hung from a beam.poetic
halcyonEnglishnounA tropical kingfisher of the genus Halcyon, such as the sacred kingfisher (Halcyon sancta) of Australia.
halcyonEnglishadjPertaining to the halcyon or kingfisher.
halcyonEnglishadjCalm, undisturbed, peaceful, serene.figuratively
harawiQuechuanounpoem, song, work
harawiQuechuanounsyrupfood lifestyle
hash brownEnglishnounA single piece of a quantity of finely-chopped, fried potatoes; singular of hash browns
hash brownEnglishnounA fried patty made from finely-diced bits of potato.
hebenGermanverbto lift; to raiseclass-6 strong transitive
hebenGermanverbto heave; to hoistclass-6 strong transitive
hebenGermanverbto rise; to liftclass-6 reflexive strong
heliEstoniannounsound
heliEstoniannounnote, toneentertainment lifestyle music
hempesUnaminounshirtinanimate
hempesUnaminoundressinanimate
honorowyPolishadjhonorable (worthy of respect)
honorowyPolishadjhonorary (given as an honor)
horriblyEnglishadvIn a horrible way; very badly.manner
horriblyEnglishadvTo an extreme degree or extent.modifying a negative adverb or adjective often
horriblyEnglishadvWith a very bad effect.
huidDutchnounskinfeminine
huidDutchnounhidefeminine
huidDutchnounthe hull of a ship or aircraftfeminine
huiuscemodiLatinadjof such a kind or sortindeclinable
huiuscemodiLatinnounthis sort of thing, the likeLate-Latin Medieval-Latin indeclinable
huiuscemodiLatinadvin this manner, thusnot-comparable
huiuscemodiLatinadvin the same waynot-comparable
hurtMiddle EnglishnounInjury, harm or damage; that which is detrimental: / A wound or disease; damage to one's body.
hurtMiddle EnglishnounInjury, harm or damage; that which is detrimental: / Monetary loss; damage to one's finances.
hurtMiddle EnglishnounInjury, harm or damage; that which is detrimental: / A transgression; the act of violating.law
hurtMiddle EnglishnounInjury, harm or damage; that which is detrimental: / Spiritual damage.rare
hurtMiddle EnglishnounA blunder or that which causes one.rare
hurtMiddle EnglishnounSadness, distress, confusion.rare
hurtMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of hurtenalt-of alternative
hylomorphismEnglishnounThe doctrine that every physical substance is the sum of its component matter and the form taken by that matter.human-sciences philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
hylomorphismEnglishnounComposition of an anamorphism and a catamorphism.countable uncountable
i gcoinneIrishprepfor; in expectation of, to getdeterminer possessive triggers-no-mutation with-genitive
i gcoinneIrishprepagainst, opposed to, versusdeterminer possessive triggers-no-mutation with-genitive
i gcoinneIrishprepin everydeterminer possessive triggers-no-mutation with-genitive
inafemvnMapudungunverbTo imitate.Raguileo-Alphabet
inafemvnMapudungunverbfirst-person singular realis form of inafemvnRaguileo-Alphabet first-person form-of realis singular
incolmabileItalianadjunfillable
incolmabileItalianadjunbridgeable
incolmabileItalianadjirretrievable (disadvantage)
incontinenceEnglishnounLack of self-restraint, an inability to control oneself; unchastity.countable dated uncountable
incontinenceEnglishnounThe inability of any of the physical organs to restrain discharges of their contents; involuntary discharge or evacuation (of urine or feces).medicine sciences urologycountable uncountable
indianoItalianadjIndian (of, from or relating to India)
indianoItalianadjIndian (relating to Native Americans)
indianoItaliannounIndian (native or inhabitant of India) (male or of unspecified gender)masculine
indianoItaliannounIndian, Native Americanmasculine
infialTurkishnounhatred
infialTurkishnounoutcry
inquilinatoItaliannounthe condition of being a tenantmasculine uncommon
inquilinatoItaliannountenants, lodgersmasculine rare
instructEnglishverbTo teach by giving instructions.transitive
instructEnglishverbTo tell (someone) what they must or should do.transitive
instructEnglishverbTo give (one's own lawyer) legal instructions as to how they should act in relation to a particular issue; thereby formally appointing them as one's own legal representative in relation to it.transitive
instructEnglishnounInstruction.obsolete
instructEnglishadjArranged; furnished; provided.not-comparable obsolete
instructEnglishadjInstructed; taught; enlightened.not-comparable obsolete
intrufolareItalianverbto sneak or slip (something) [+ in (object) = in/into] / to sneak or slip (something)transitive
intrufolareItalianverbto rummage [+ su (object) = in] [auxiliary essere] / to rummage [+ su (object) = in]intransitive
inveterateEnglishadjfirmly established from having been around for a long time; of long standing
inveterateEnglishadjHaving had a habit for a long timeof a person
inveterateEnglishadjMalignant; virulent; spiteful.
inveterateEnglishverbTo fix and settle after a long time; to entrench.obsolete
inzuppareItalianverbto dip (to lower into a liquid)
inzuppareItalianverbto soak (in)
ireYorubanoungood fortune, good luck
ireYorubanoungoodness, kindness
ireYorubanounA prefix used in unisex given names (ex. Irégbèmí)
ireYorubanounthe tree Funtumia elastica
ireYorubanounblessings
ireYorubanountail feather
ireYorubanounfarm produce, harvest
ireYorubanounplay, sport
jarePaliadjinflection of jara (“old”): / locative singular masculine/neuterlocative masculine neuter singular
jarePaliadjinflection of jara (“old”): / accusative plural masculineaccusative masculine plural
jarePaliadjinflection of jara (“old”): / vocative singular femininefeminine singular vocative
jarePalinounvocative singular of jarā (“old age”)form-of singular vocative
jugaMalayadvalso
jugaMalayadvstill
juncoEnglishnounAny bird of the genus Junco, which includes several species of North American sparrow.
juncoEnglishnounThe common reed bunting (Emberiza schoeniclus), a bird found in Europe and much of the Palearctic.obsolete
jwꜣEgyptiannounox, especially as a sacrificial animal
jwꜣEgyptiannounlong-horned cattle in contrast to wnḏw (“short-horned cattle”)in-plural
jwꜣEgyptiannounThe meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / The meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities includeusually with following genitive of an antelope
jwꜣEgyptiannounThe meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / male animalusually with following genitive of an antelope
jwꜣEgyptiannounbeef
jzftEgyptiannounfalsehood, lie
jzftEgyptiannounwrong, sin, wickedness
jzftEgyptiannouninjustice, wrong (done to someone)
jzftEgyptiannoundisorder or chaos in the state or cosmos
jzftEgyptiannoununcleanliness
kalauzHungariannounconductor, ticket inspector (now chiefly for train crew)
kalauzHungariannounguide
kampunganIndonesianadjcountrified
kampunganIndonesianadjbumpkinish, hicklike, boorish
kandelaBasquenouncandleinanimate
kandelaBasquenouncandelainanimate
kelkAfrikaansnounA chalice, a goblet.
kelkAfrikaansnounA calyx (outermost whorl of flower parts).biology botany natural-sciences
kellertyminenFinnishnounverbal noun of kellertyäform-of noun-from-verb
kellertyminenFinnishnounverbal noun of kellertyä / yellowing
kenkäFinnishnounshoe (protective covering for the foot)
kenkäFinnishnounshoe (something resembling a shoe in function)
kenkäFinnishnounboot (heavy shoe that covers part of the leg)
kione-lettyrManxnouninitial (letter)masculine
kione-lettyrManxnouncapital lettermasculine
kione-lettyrManxnounblock lettermasculine
kipEnglishnounThe untanned hide of a young or small beast, such as a calf, lamb, or young goat.countable uncountable
kipEnglishnounA bundle or set of such hides.countable uncountable
kipEnglishnounA unit of count for skins, 30 for lamb and 50 for goat.countable obsolete uncountable
kipEnglishnounThe leather made from such hide; kip leather.countable uncountable
kipEnglishnounA place to sleep; a rooming house; a bed.UK informal
kipEnglishnounSleep, snooze, nap, forty winks, doze.Australia UK informal
kipEnglishnounA very untidy house or room.Ireland UK informal
kipEnglishnounA brothel.UK dated informal
kipEnglishverbTo sleep; often with the connotation of a temporary or charitable situation, or one borne out of necessity.UK informal
kipEnglishverbTo snatch; take up hastily; filchNorthern-England Scotland dialectal transitive
kipEnglishverbTo hold or keep (together)intransitive obsolete
kipEnglishverbTo conduct oneself; actNorthern-England dialectal intransitive
kipEnglishnounA unit of force equal to 1000 pounds-force (lbf) (4.44822 kilonewtons or 4448.22 newtons); occasionally called the kilopound.
kipEnglishnounA unit of weight, used, for example, to calculate shipping charges, equal to half a US ton, or 1000 pounds.
kipEnglishnounA unit of mass equal to 1000 avoirdupois pounds.nonstandard rare
kipEnglishnounThe unit of currency in Laos, divided into 100 att, symbol ₭, abbreviation LAK.
kipEnglishnounA piece of flat wood used to throw the coins in a game of two-up.gamesAustralia
kipEnglishnounA basic skill or maneuver in artistic gymnastics on the uneven bars, parallel bars, high bar and still rings used, for example, as a way of mounting the bar in a front support position, or achieving a handstand from a hanging position. In its basic form, the legs are swung forward and upward by bending the hips, then suddenly down again, which gives the upward impulse to the body.gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
kipEnglishnounA sharp-pointed hill; a projecting point, as on a hill.Scotland
kipEnglishverbTo perform the kip maneuver.gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
kipunoiFinnishverbthird-person singular present indicative of kipunoidaform-of indicative present singular third-person
kipunoiFinnishverbthird-person singular past indicative of kipunoidaform-of indicative past singular third-person
kipunoiFinnishverbinflection of kipunoida: ## present active indicative connegative ## second-person singular present imperative ## second-person singular present active imperative connegative / present active indicative connegativeactive connegative form-of indicative present
kipunoiFinnishverbinflection of kipunoida: ## present active indicative connegative ## second-person singular present imperative ## second-person singular present active imperative connegative / second-person singular present imperativeform-of imperative present second-person singular
kipunoiFinnishverbinflection of kipunoida: ## present active indicative connegative ## second-person singular present imperative ## second-person singular present active imperative connegative / second-person singular present active imperative connegativeactive connegative form-of imperative present second-person singular
kirjaIngriannounbook
kirjaIngriannounletter (written message)
kirjaIngriannounpattern (on a traditional piece of clothing)
kirsuFinnishnounnose leather, rhinarium (usually black or brown region around the nostrils of some mammals, primarily of canines, but also of felines)anatomy medicine sciences
kirsuFinnishnounA nose of a seal.dialectal
komedyaTagalognouncomedy; farce
komedyaTagalognounmoro-moro playentertainment lifestyle theater
komedyaTagalognounamusing incident or happening
komuneEsperantoadvcommonly
komuneEsperantoadvas a community; together: ĉe la fino, ni komune kantis
koordynacjaPolishnouncoordination (act of coordinating, making different people or things work together for a goal or effect)feminine
koordynacjaPolishnouncoordination (ability to coordinate one's senses and physical movements in order to act skillfully)feminine
kovotiLithuanianverbto fight
kovotiLithuanianverbto compete
kovotiLithuanianverbto strive (for, against)
krakeSwedishnouna pitiful (and weak, in some sense) person or animal (arousing pity or contempt)common-gender
krakeSwedishnouna pitiful (and weak, in some sense) person or animal (arousing pity or contempt) / Synonym of hästkrakecommon-gender
krepsNorwegian Nynorsknouncrayfishmasculine
krepsNorwegian NynorsknounCancer (Someone with a Cancer star sign)masculine
kuldkasteDanishverbfrustrate (to hinder)
kuldkasteDanishverbupset (disturb, disrupt, unfavorably alter)
kuuluaFinnishverbto be heard/audibleintransitive
kuuluaFinnishverbto be saidintransitive
kuuluaFinnishverbused to refer to the state of one's life or affairsintransitive
kuuluaFinnishverbto belong (to = allative) (showing ownership or location)intransitive
kuuluaFinnishverbto belong (to = illative) (to be member of)intransitive
kuuluaFinnishverbto be supposed to, to have to, to be necessary, to behove (+ first infinitive)impersonal intransitive with-genitive
kuuluaFinnishverbto concern, to be someone's business (+ allative)intransitive
kuumoittaaFinnishverbto glow (to make hot; to make feel hot)transitive
kuumoittaaFinnishverbto glow (to feel hot)intransitive
kätkareTocharian Badjdeep, tall
kätkareTocharian Badjhollow (of eyes)
kätkareTocharian Badjprofound, meaningful
kétfeléHungarianadvin two (different or opposite) directionsnot-comparable
kétfeléHungarianadvinto two partsnot-comparable
kétfeléHungarianadvat two places or locations (normally in two different directions)not-comparable
landraGaliciannounacornfeminine
landraGaliciannounswollen lymph nodefeminine
laudableEnglishadjWorthy of being lauded; praiseworthy; commendable
laudableEnglishadjHealthy; salubrious; having a disposition to promote healing
leifturIcelandicnounflash, gleamneuter
leifturIcelandicnounsheet lightningneuter
lekSwedishnoun(child's) play; typically denotes pleasurable and less rule-bound games and activities – "play" more in the sense of "engage in play" than "play a game"common-gender uncountable
lekSwedishnouna particular game or activity (associated with child's play)common-gender countable
lekSwedishnouna game, playing (more generally, sometimes with relaxed or nonchalant connotations)common-gender
lekSwedishnouna deck of cardscommon-gender
lekSwedishnounlekbiology natural-sciencescommon-gender
lekSwedishverbimperative of lekaform-of imperative
lenivýCzechadjlazy (unwilling to do work or make an effort)
lenivýCzechadjsluggish (habitually idle and lazy)
lentemaandDutchnounspring monthfeminine
lentemaandDutchnounMarcharchaic feminine
lepreItaliannounhare (mammal, meat)feminine
lepreItaliannounsymbol of speed, caution, or timidityfeminine
lepreItaliannounpace setter, pacemakerhobbies lifestyle sportsfeminine
leubōnProto-West Germanicverbto lovereconstruction
leubōnProto-West Germanicverbto desirereconstruction
leubōnProto-West Germanicverbto pleasereconstruction
leutDutchnouncoffeeNetherlands colloquial masculine uncountable
leutDutchnounfrequent drinker of a certain beveragein-compounds masculine uncountable
liplockEnglishnounA kiss or the act of kissing; especially a long, passionate kiss.US countable informal uncountable
liplockEnglishnounA maneuver in which a fish is hooked by a curled finger inserted under the gill cover and extending to the fish's jaw.fishing hobbies lifestylecountable uncountable
liplockEnglishverbAlternative form of lip-lockalt-of alternative
lisanIndonesianadjoral, verbal
lisanIndonesiannountongue
lisanIndonesiannounverbal communication
loculusEnglishnounA little place or space; a cell; a chamberlet.
loculusEnglishnounIn ancient catacombs and tombs of some types, a small separate chamber or recess cut into the rock, for the reception of a body or urn.
loculusEnglishnounOne of the spaces between the septa in the Anthozoa.biology natural-sciences zoology
loculusEnglishnounOne of the compartments of a several-celled ovary; loculament.biology botany natural-sciences
logiikkaFinnishnounlogic
logiikkaFinnishnounprogrammable logic controllerbusiness electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
lokoBikol Centraladjcrazy; nuts
lokoBikol Centralnoundupery, trickery
lokoBikol Centralnounprank
lokoBikol Centralnouncheat, deception, foolery
m'EnglishpronClitic form of my.archaic clitic form-of
m'EnglishpronPrevocalic form of my.poetic rare
macchiaItaliannounstain, smearfeminine
macchiaItaliannounspot, fleckfeminine
macchiaItaliannounblot, speck, disgracefeminine figuratively
macchiaItaliannoundefect, flawfeminine figuratively uncommon
macchiaItaliannounshrub, bush, brakefeminine
macchiaItaliannounmacchia (shrubland biota)feminine
macchiaItaliannoungeneric name for plants commonly found in a macchiabroadly feminine
macchiaItalianverbinflection of macchiare: / third-person singular present indicativeindicative present singular third-person
macchiaItalianverbinflection of macchiare: / second-person singular imperativeimperative second-person singular
macédoineEnglishnounA type of dish containing a mixture of many types of fruits, or many types of vegetables.cooking food lifestyle
macédoineEnglishnounA confused mixture; a medley.figuratively
madroñaGaliciannounclogfeminine
madroñaGaliciannounold, untasty potatofeminine
magaþsProto-Germanicnounmaiden, girlfeminine reconstruction
magaþsProto-Germanicnounvirginfeminine reconstruction
magnétoFrenchnounmagnetofeminine
magnétoFrenchnountape recordermasculine
magnétoFrenchnounvideocassette recorderbroadcasting film media televisionmasculine
mammaEnglishnounThe milk-secreting organ of female humans and other mammals which includes the mammary gland and the nipple or teat; a breast; an udder.anatomy medicine sciences
mammaEnglishnounAn accessory cloud like a mammary in appearance, which can form on the underside of most cloud genera.climatology meteorology natural-sciences
mammaEnglishnounAlternative spelling of mama: mother.alt-of alternative
mandatoreItaliannounmandatormasculine
mandatoreItaliannounsendermasculine
mandrianoItaliannouncowboy, herdsman, cowhandmasculine
mandrianoItaliannoundrovermasculine
mandrianoItaliannounbutteromasculine
manecillaSpanishnounhand (of a clock)feminine
manecillaSpanishnounpointer, needle, arrow (of an instrument)feminine
manecillaSpanishnoundoorknobfeminine
manecillaSpanishnounmaniculemedia publishing typographyfeminine
manowcePolishnounbyway, pathless tracksliterary nonvirile
manowcePolishnounthat which leads astrayfiguratively literary nonvirile
manowcePolishnounnominative/accusative/vocative plural of manowiecaccusative form-of inanimate masculine nominative plural vocative
mashkikiwaabooOjibwenounmedicine (in liquid form)
mashkikiwaabooOjibwenountonic
matchmakerEnglishnounSomeone who finds suitable dates or marriage partners for other people.
matchmakerEnglishnounSomeone who arranges professional boxing matches.broadly
matchmakerEnglishnounSomeone who makes matchsticks.
meagreEnglishnounArgyrosomus regius, an edible fish of the family Sciaenidae.
meagreEnglishadjHaving little flesh; lean; thin.Canada UK common
meagreEnglishadjDeficient or inferior in amount, quality or extentCanada UK common
meagreEnglishadjOf a set: such that, considered as a subset of a (usually larger) topological space, it is in a precise sense small or negligible.mathematics sciences set-theoryCanada UK common
meagreEnglishadjDry and harsh to the touch (e.g., as chalk).chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciencesCanada UK common
meagreEnglishverbTo make lean.transitive
measIrishnounverbal noun of measform-of masculine noun-from-verb
measIrishnounan opinionmasculine
measIrishnounan evaluation, judgment, guess, estimatemasculine
measIrishnounesteem, admiration, respectmasculine
measIrishverbevaluate, consider, judgeintransitive transitive
measIrishverbestimate, guess, anticipateintransitive transitive
measIrishverbesteem, admireintransitive transitive
measIrishnounfruitmasculine
measIrishnouna nutmasculine
measIrishnounproducemasculine
metafísicoPortuguesenounmetaphysician (philosopher who specializes in the scholarly study of metaphysics)masculine
metafísicoPortugueseadjmetaphysical (of or relating to metaphysics)not-comparable
metafísicoPortugueseadjmetaphysical (immaterial, supersensual, not physical)
metafísicoPortugueseadjincomprehensible (hard to understand)figuratively
mieSaterland Frisianpronmyself
mieSaterland Frisianpronoblique of iek; meform-of oblique
mistificazioneItaliannounfalsificationmasculine
mistificazioneItaliannounhoaxingmasculine
mitómanoPortugueseadjmythomaniacalnot-comparable
mitómanoPortuguesenounmythomaniac (someone who suffers from mythomania)masculine
mixEnglishverbTo stir together.transitive
mixEnglishverbTo combine (items from two or more sources normally kept separate).transitive
mixEnglishverbTo form by mingling; to produce by the stirring together of ingredients; to concoct from different parts.intransitive transitive
mixEnglishverbTo blend by the use of a mixer (machine).transitive
mixEnglishverbTo combine (several tracks).entertainment lifestyle musictransitive
mixEnglishverbTo produce a finished version of (a recording).entertainment lifestyle musictransitive
mixEnglishverbTo unite with in company; to join; to associate.intransitive transitive
mixEnglishnounThe result of mixing two or more substances; a mixture.
mixEnglishnounThe result of combining items normally kept separate.
mixEnglishnounThe result of mixing several tracks.entertainment lifestyle music
mixEnglishnounThe finished version of a recording.entertainment lifestyle music
mixEnglishnounA substance used to dilute or adulterate an illicit drug.US slang uncountable
miñꞌyoMezquital Otominouncoyote
miñꞌyoMezquital Otominounwolf
morelEnglishnounA true morel; any of several fungi in the genus Morchella, the upper part of which is covered with a reticulated and pitted hymenium.
morelEnglishnounAny of several edible mushrooms, especially the common morel or yellow morel.
morelEnglishnounArchaic form of morello (“type of cherry”).alt-of archaic
morelEnglishnounCertain plants or genera Solanum, Atropa, and Aralia, with dark, cherry-like berries.
motywPolishnounmotive (anything that prompts a choice of action)inanimate masculine
motywPolishnounmotive (a reason for criminal behaviour)lawinanimate masculine
motywPolishnounrecital (a numbered division unit of reasoning written in front of a statute)lawinanimate masculine
motywPolishnounmotive, themeentertainment lifestyle musicinanimate masculine
motywPolishnounmotif, a recurring idealiterature media publishinginanimate masculine
motywPolishnounmotif (decorative figure repeated in a design or pattern)art artsinanimate masculine
motywPolishnounskin, themecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesinanimate masculine
mundharpeDanishnounharmonica, mouth organcommon-gender
mundharpeDanishnounJew's harpcommon-gender rare
mustuAromaniannoununfermented wine; grape or other fruit juiceneuter
mustuAromaniannounmust (of grapes)neuter
muộnVietnameseadjlate; tardyCentral Northern Vietnam
muộnVietnameseromanizationSino-Vietnamese reading of 悶romanization
muộnVietnameseromanizationSino-Vietnamese reading of 懣romanization
muộnVietnameseromanizationSino-Vietnamese reading of 燜romanization
mwaChichewaverbdrink
mwaChichewaverbswallow, consumeof medicine or pills
myntenNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite singular of myntdefinite form-of masculine singular
myntenNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite masculine singular of myntedefinite feminine form-of masculine singular
màlaScottish Gaelicnounsack, satchel, scripfeminine
màlaScottish Gaelicnounbag, windbag (bagpipes)feminine
màlaScottish Gaelicnounbudgetfeminine
míasSpanishdetfeminine plural of mío: mine, myfeminine form-of plural
míasSpanishnounplural of míafeminine form-of plural
míasSpanishpronfeminine plural of mío: minefeminine form-of plural
mírialtachtIrishnounirregularityfeminine
mírialtachtIrishnoundisorderliness, unrulinessfeminine
mótaIrishnounmoat (defensive ditch)masculine
mótaIrishnounmound, dikemasculine
mótaIrishnounmulch (shredded matter for covering the soil)masculine
mótaIrishnounheavy claymasculine
mütaliəAzerbaijaninounreading, perusal
mütaliəAzerbaijaninounthinking through, weighing (of an object, idea, etc.), consideration
mởVietnameseverbto open, be open (a door, lid, path, source code)intransitive transitive
mởVietnameseverbto unfold, expand, open uptransitive
mởVietnameseverbto turn on, start up (a computer, light, fan)transitive
mởVietnameseverbto open for businesstransitive
mởVietnameseverbto launch, inaugurate (an investigation, conference, military campaign)transitive
mởVietnameseverbto mark the beginning of (an era, situation)transitive
namiętnyPolishadjimpassioned, passionate
namiętnyPolishadjpassionate, erotic
nanudanBikol Centraladjlearned
nanudanBikol Centraladjeducated
nanudanBikol Centralnouneducation
narDanishnounfool, idiotcommon-gender
narDanishnouna fool, a jestercommon-gender historical
neuvyghinaghManxadjinexorable, ruthless, relentless
neuvyghinaghManxadjbarbarous
nicchiaItaliannounnichefeminine
nicchiaItaliannouncavity, hollow (in a hill etc.)feminine
nicchiaItalianverbinflection of nicchiare: / third-person singular present indicativeindicative present singular third-person
nicchiaItalianverbinflection of nicchiare: / second-person singular imperativeimperative second-person singular
nimhScottish Gaelicnounpoison, venommasculine
nimhScottish Gaelicnounbitterness, malice, animositymasculine
nnwaḍarTarifitnounglassesplural
nnwaḍarTarifitnountemplesanatomy medicine sciencesplural
numquamLatinadvnever, at no timenot-comparable
numquamLatinadvnot at all, by no meansnot-comparable
nzagareḍḍaSiciliannounRolled and colored paper strips, used during religious folk festivals, generally thrown through mortars in front of spectators.feminine
nzagareḍḍaSiciliannounAny object that once closed can later figuratively blossomfeminine
náisiúnIrishnounnation, peoplemasculine
náisiúnIrishnounnation, countrymasculine
nápadnýSlovakadjconspicuous
nápadnýSlovakadjstriking
octarchyEnglishnounA group of eight states.
octarchyEnglishnounA government of eight people.
ogradzaćPolishverbto fence, to encloseimperfective transitive
ogradzaćPolishverbto fence in one's yardimperfective reflexive with się
oleoTagalognounoil (in certain expressions)
oleoTagalognounoil painting
olímpicoSpanishadjOlympic (pertaining to Mount Olympus)
olímpicoSpanishadjOlympic (pertaining to the Olympics)
olímpicoSpanishadjutter, total, epic
olímpicoSpanishnounOlympianmasculine
onsideEnglishadjNot in an offside position; In the part of the playing area where one can legally play the ball, puck, etc.hobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable
onsideEnglishadjWithin bounds.broadly not-comparable slang
onsideEnglishadjOn the side of a vehicle from which the driver, paddler, etc. propels it.not-comparable
onsideEnglishadjFavourably located, from the point of view of the player taking a finesse.bridge gamesnot-comparable
onsideEnglishadjIn agreement or support; on board.not-comparable
onsideEnglishnounThe portion of the playing area where one can legally play the ball, puck, etc.hobbies lifestyle sports
onsideEnglishnounThe side of a vehicle on which the driver primarily propels it.
opakowaniePolishnounverbal noun of opakowaćform-of neuter noun-from-verb
opakowaniePolishnounpack, packet (that which an item is packaged with, sometimes including its contents)neuter
opakowaniePolishnounpackaging (materials used to pack something)neuter
ornamentacióCatalannounornamentation, decorationfeminine
ornamentacióCatalannounornaments, decorationsfeminine
otherwiseEnglishadvDifferently, in another way.mannernot-comparable
otherwiseEnglishadvIn different circumstances; or else.conjunctive not-comparable
otherwiseEnglishadvIn all other respects.conjunctive not-comparable
otherwiseEnglishadjOther than supposed; different.not-comparable
outonoGaliciannounautumn (season)masculine
outonoGaliciannounharvestmasculine
outonoGaliciannounOctobermasculine
outonoGaliciannounfresh grass which grows after hay is collectedmasculine
outonoGaliciannouna waningfiguratively masculine
paginationEnglishnounThe act of creating pages for a document, book, etc., or determining when to truncate text on the pages.countable uncountable
paginationEnglishnounThe act of numbering pages for a document, book, etc.countable uncountable
paginationEnglishnounThe separation of data into batches, so that it can be retrieved with a number of smaller requests.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
palmusLatinnounpalmanatomy medicine sciencesdeclension-2 masculine
palmusLatinnounpalm, (especially) the Roman palm of about 7.4 cm.Classical-Latin declension-2 masculine
palpitarPortugueseverbto palpitate
palpitarPortugueseverbto throb
palpitarPortugueseverbto opine, to guess, to suggestinformal
paramourEnglishnounAn illicit lover, either male or female.archaic
paramourEnglishnounThe Virgin Mary or Jesus Christ (when addressed by a person of the opposite sex).obsolete
paramourEnglishverbTo go with a paramour; to have an affair.
paramourEnglishadvPassionately, out of sexual desire.not-comparable obsolete of loving usually
parapenteGaliciannounparaglider (lightweight, free-flying, foot-launched glider aircraft with no rigid primary structure)masculine
parapenteGaliciannounparaglidingmasculine
pasivaIdoadjpassive (not active)
pasivaIdoadjpassive (not inclined to act)
passaCatalannounstep, pacefeminine
passaCatalannounSpanish pace, a former unit of lengthfeminine historical
passaCatalannounmigrationfeminine of birds
passaCatalannounepidemic (a widespread disease that affects many individuals in a population)feminine
passaCatalanverbinflection of passar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
passaCatalanverbinflection of passar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
peculiarPortugueseadjpeculiar; unusual; strangefeminine masculine
peculiarPortugueseadjpeculiar (common or usual for a particular place or circumstance)feminine masculine
pederastyEnglishnounErotic love, sexually expressed or chaste, between a man and an adolescent boy.uncountable usually
pederastyEnglishnounAnal intercourse in general, usually between a man and an adolescent boy.archaic uncountable usually
pellEnglishnounA fur or hide.
pellEnglishnounA lined cloak or its lining.
pellEnglishnounA roll of parchment; a record kept on parchment.
pellEnglishnounA body of water somewhere between a pond and a lake in size.
pellEnglishnounAn upright post, often padded and covered in hide, used to practice strikes with bladed weapons such as swords or glaives.
pellEnglishverbTo pelt; to knock about.obsolete transitive
pensenMiddle Dutchverbto think, to ponder
pensenMiddle Dutchverbto wonder
pensenMiddle Dutchverbto consider
persegoVenetiannounpeach (fruit)masculine
persegoVenetiannounperch (fish)masculine
pesäFinnishnounnest (structure built by a bird or other animal as a place to incubate eggs and hatch and/or rear young)
pesäFinnishnounnest (cozy residence)
pesäFinnishnounnest (hideout for bad people to frequent)
pesäFinnishnounnest (parental home)
pesäFinnishnounden (home of certain animals)
pesäFinnishnounburrow (home of certain animals)
pesäFinnishnounhive (structure, which a swarm of honeybees inhabits or has inhabited)
pesäFinnishnounestate (collected property of a person or corporate entity)law
pesäFinnishnounbaseball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle pesäpallo sports
pesäFinnishnounhouseball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
pesäFinnishnounvaginacolloquial
pesäFinnishnounShort for tulipesä (“firebox”).abbreviation alt-of
pesäFinnishnounShort for piipunpesä (“bowl (of a pipe)”).abbreviation alt-of
pesäFinnishnounShort for öljypesä (“font (of an oil lamp)”).abbreviation alt-of
pesäFinnishnounchamberengineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
peuzelenDutchverbto gnaw, to eat in small pieces
peuzelenDutchverbto snack
pezaVepsnounnest
pezaVepsnounlair, den
phonemicEnglishadjRelating to phonemes.human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
phonemicEnglishadjRelating to a difference between sounds that can change the meaning of words in a language.human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
picołoVenetianadjsmall, little
picołoVenetianadjyoung
pinisTok PisinparticleMarks perfect tense
pinisTok PisinparticleMarks passive voice constructionrare
pinisTok Pisinverbbe finished; done with
pizdowatyPolishadjfeckless, shiftlessderogatory mildly vulgar
pizdowatyPolishadjeffete, emasculated, feeble, unmanlyderogatory mildly vulgar
pizdowatyPolishadjbad, low-qualityderogatory mildly vulgar
portableEnglishadjAble to be carried or easily moved.
portableEnglishadjAble to be transferred from one organization to another.
portableEnglishadjOf software: able to be run on multiple hardware or operating systems.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
portableEnglishadjOf a program: able to be copied directly from one machine to another without the use of an installer.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
portableEnglishnounA portable building used for temporary purposes / Clipping of portable toilet.abbreviation alt-of clipping
portableEnglishnounA portable building used for temporary purposes / A trailer or other movable structure used for classes at a school.
portableEnglishnounClipping of portable computer.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of clipping
portableEnglishnounA hand-held video gaming device.video-games
possetEnglishnounA beverage composed of hot milk curdled by some strong infusion, such as wine.
possetEnglishnounA baby's vomit, comprising curdled milk.
possetEnglishnounA pudding-like food composed of cream, sugar, and other flavoring, such as lemon.
possetEnglishverbTo curdle; to turn, as milk; to coagulate.obsolete
possetEnglishverbTo treat with possets; to pamper.
possetEnglishverbTo vomit up curdled milk.of a baby
pounceEnglishnounA type of fine powder, as of sandarac, or cuttlefish bone, sprinkled over wet ink to dry the ink after writing or on rough paper to smooth the writing surface.historical uncountable usually
pounceEnglishnounCharcoal dust, or some other coloured powder for making patterns through perforated designs, used by embroiderers, lacemakers, etc.historical uncountable usually
pounceEnglishverbTo sprinkle or rub with pounce powder.transitive
pounceEnglishnounA sudden leaping attack.
pounceEnglishnounThe claw or talon of a bird of prey.archaic
pounceEnglishnounA punch or stamp.
pounceEnglishnounCloth worked in eyelet holes.
pounceEnglishverbTo leap into the air intending to seize someone or something.intransitive
pounceEnglishverbTo attack suddenly by leaping.intransitive
pounceEnglishverbTo eagerly seize an opportunity.intransitive
pounceEnglishverbTo strike or seize with the talons; to pierce, as with the talons.transitive
pounceEnglishverbTo stamp holes in; to perforate.transitive
poučitCzechverbto instruct, to inform, to adviseperfective transitive
poučitCzechverbto get more information, to learn moreperfective reflexive with se
prijetiSerbo-Croatianverbto receive, getKajkavian perfective transitive
prijetiSerbo-Croatianverbto grab, seizeKajkavian perfective transitive
prijetiSerbo-Croatianverbthird-person singular present of prijetitiform-of present singular third-person
prijetiSerbo-Croatianverbsecond-person singular imperative of prijetitiform-of imperative second-person singular
primogênitoPortugueseadjfirstborn (born as the first one in a family)
primogênitoPortuguesenounfirstborn (the first child in a family)masculine
principioSpanishnounbeginning, start, outset, get-gomasculine
principioSpanishnouncause, originmasculine
principioSpanishnounprinciplemasculine
principioSpanishverbfirst-person singular present indicative of principiarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
prosesIndonesiannounprocess, / a series of events which produce a result (the product).
prosesIndonesiannounprocess, / a path of succession of states through which a system passes.
prosesIndonesiannountrial; lawsuit.law
prøveNorwegian Nynorsknouna test, examinationfeminine
prøveNorwegian Nynorsknouna samplefeminine
prøveNorwegian Nynorsknounprobationfeminine
prøveNorwegian NynorskverbAlternative form of prøvaalt-of alternative
pulsoEsperantonounbeat
pulsoEsperantonounpulse
pumpingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of pumpform-of gerund participle present
pumpingEnglishnounThe act by which something is pumped.countable uncountable
pumpingEnglishnounThe act of injecting silicone into the body to try to achieve a fuller or curvier look.countable uncountable
puszkaPolishnouncan, tinfeminine
puszkaPolishnounpyxChristianityfeminine
puszkaPolishnounprison, the cancolloquial feminine
puszkaPolishnounsporangiumbiology botany bryology natural-sciencesfeminine
puszkaPolishnoungenitive singular of puszekform-of genitive masculine singular
quantifierEnglishnounA word, such as all or many, that expresses the quantity of a related noun.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
quantifierEnglishnounAn operator, such as the universal quantifier (written as ∀) or the existential quantifier (∃), used in predicate calculus to indicate the degree that predicate is true for a specified set.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
quantifierEnglishnounA symbol or symbols in a regular expression indicating the number of characters to be matched.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
rabyaRwanda-Rundiverbto flashKinyarwanda of lightning
rabyaRwanda-Rundiverbto shine, to flourishKinyarwanda broadly
radikalIndonesianadjradical: / favoring fundamental change, or change at the root cause of a matter.government politics
radikalIndonesianadjradical: / thoroughgoing; far-reaching.
radikalIndonesiannounradical: free radical.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
rangurFaroeseadjwrong
rangurFaroeseadjwrong, bad
rangurFaroeseadjfalse, incorrect
religionizeEnglishverbTo bring under the influence of religion.transitive
religionizeEnglishverbTo profess religion.intransitive
religionizeEnglishverbTo interpret or conceptualize as religion.human-sciences sciences social-science sociologytransitive
reservaPortuguesenounreserve (the act of reserving, or keeping back)feminine
reservaPortuguesenounreserve (that which is reserved as for future use)feminine
reservaPortuguesenounreserve (unexploited natural resource)feminine
reservaPortuguesenounreserve (tract of land reserved, or set apart, for a particular purpose)feminine
reservaPortuguesenounreserve (tract of land reserved for aboriginal people)feminine
reservaPortuguesenounreserve (body of troops in the rear of an army)government military politics warfeminine
reservaPortuguesenounbooking (a reservation for a service, such as accommodation in an hotel)feminine
reservaPortuguesenounstockpile (supply for future use)feminine
reservaPortuguesenounreserve (player who does not participate from the start of the game)hobbies lifestyle sportsby-personal-gender feminine masculine
reservaPortugueseverbinflection of reservar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
reservaPortugueseverbinflection of reservar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
riaghailtScottish Gaelicnounverbal noun of riaghailfeminine form-of noun-from-verb
riaghailtScottish Gaelicnounrule, regulationfeminine
riaghailtScottish Gaelicnounsystem, order, codefeminine
rianimareItalianverbto resuscitatetransitive
rianimareItalianverbto cheer uptransitive
rianimareItalianverbto enliventransitive
rianimareItalianverbto reanimatetransitive
roselOld Frenchnounreed (plant)
roselOld Frenchnouna jousting contest apparently using them stems of reeds as opposed to lancesin-plural
rutinaFinnishnouncrackle, crunch (sound of sand between gears).
rutinaFinnishnounconstant complaintcolloquial
răcoriRomanianverbto cool, cool downconjugation-4
răcoriRomanianverbto refreshconjugation-4
răcoriRomanianverbto calm downconjugation-4
răcoriRomanianverbto cool down, become coolerconjugation-4 reflexive
răcoriRomanianverbto refresh oneselfconjugation-4 reflexive
răcoriRomanianverbto calm down, become calmerconjugation-4 reflexive
safe pair of handsEnglishnounThe ability to catch and keep hold of (the ball, etc.)hobbies lifestyle sports
safe pair of handsEnglishnounA player who has this ability.metonymically
safe pair of handsEnglishnounAn experienced person (especially a leader) who can be trusted to do a decent job and not to make serious mistakes; often in relation to a task which is difficult and important; often suggesting blandness or a contrast to someone brilliant but erratic.figuratively
sakayTagalognounride; riding (of a vehicle, animal, etc.)
sakayTagalognounrider; passenger
sakayTagalognounload; cargo
sakayTagalognounmounting of type composition on a printing machinemedia printing publishing
sakayTagalognounnumber of type compositions needed (to complete printing of a publication on the machine)media printing publishing
sakayTagalognounact of mounting someone to have sexual intercoursebroadly colloquial euphemistic
sakayTagalognounconforming with others; going with the flow; playing alongcolloquial figuratively
sakayTagalogadjriding (on a vehicle, animal, etc.)
saldarSpanishverbto settle, to resolve
saldarSpanishverbto claim (e.g. a life)reflexive with "con"
sbavareItalianverbto drool, to slobber, to slaverintransitive
sbavareItalianverbto dribble outfiguratively intransitive
sbavareItalianverbto run, smear, smudge, leakintransitive
sbavareItalianverbto drool after, to jones forfiguratively informal intransitive
sbavareItalianverbto smudgetransitive
sbavareItalianverbto deburrtransitive
schedeDutchnounsheath, scabbardfeminine
schedeDutchnounvaginafeminine formal
schüttenGermanverbto pour; of both liquids and solidsweak
schüttenGermanverbto rain heavilycolloquial impersonal weak
seaguhitNorthern Samiverbno-gloss
seaguhitNorthern Samiverbto mix
seaguhitNorthern Samiverbto shuffle
sekuritasIndonesiannounsecurity, / proof of ownership of stocks, bonds or other investment instruments.business finance trading
sekuritasIndonesiannounsecurity, / a tradeable financial asset, such as a share of stock.economics science sciences
selyoTagalognounpostage stamp
selyoTagalognounseal; sigil
semaphoreEnglishnounAny equipment used for visual signalling by means of flags, lights, or mechanically moving arms, which are used to represent letters of the alphabet, or words.countable uncountable
semaphoreEnglishnounA visual system for transmitting information using the above equipment; especially, by means of two flags held one in each hand, using an alphabetic and numeric code based on the position of the signaller's arms; flag semaphore.countable figuratively uncountable
semaphoreEnglishnounA bit, token, fragment of code, or some other mechanism which is used to restrict access to a shared function or device to a single process at a time, or to synchronize and coordinate events in different processes.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
semaphoreEnglishverbTo signal using, or as if using, a semaphore, with the implication that it is done nonverbally.figuratively intransitive transitive
senatIndonesiannounsenate: / the upper house or chamber in some bicameral legislative systems.government
senatIndonesiannounsenate: / a group of experienced, respected, wise individuals serving as decision makers or advisors in a political system or in institutional governance, as in a university, and traditionally of advanced age and male.
siirrettäväFinnishadjportable (able to be easily moved)
siirrettäväFinnishadjtransferable
siirrettäväFinnishverbpresent passive participle of siirtääform-of participle passive present
siitä vainFinnishintjgo ahead, go for it, feel free, be my guest (expression of acceptance for someone to do something)
siitä vainFinnishintjcome on, go ahead, be a devil (expression of encouragement to a person that is hesitating, particularly to do a specific action right away)
siitä vainFinnishintjcome on (expression of defiance)
siitä vainFinnishadvon the spot, ad hocidiomatic
skíraFaroeseverbto cleanse, purifypoetic
skíraFaroeseverbto baptize
skíraFaroeseverbto give a nickname
slop shootEnglishnounA waste disposal shoot.obsolete
slop shootEnglishnounA drinking establishment for US Marines.government military politics warUS
slutningNorwegian Bokmålnounendfeminine masculine
slutningNorwegian Bokmålnounconclusion (a decision reached after careful thought)feminine masculine
slučajanSerbo-Croatianadjrandom
slučajanSerbo-Croatianadjcoincidental (occurring as or resulting from coincidence)
smestiSerbo-Croatianverbto confuse, bewilderreflexive transitive
smestiSerbo-Croatianverbto distract, sidetrackreflexive transitive
sockdolagerEnglishnounA hard hit, a knockout or finishing blow, or conclusive argument.US dated slang
sockdolagerEnglishnounSomething large or otherwise exceptional; a whopper.US dated slang
sockdolagerEnglishnounA combination of two hooks which close upon each other, by means of a spring, as soon as the fish bites.fishing hobbies lifestyleUS
solLower Sorbiannounsalt (sodium chloride)feminine
solLower Sorbiannounsalt (a compound of an acid and a base)chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesfeminine
sorellaItaliannounsisterfeminine
sorellaItaliannounsister (nun)Christianityfeminine
south-southwesterlyEnglishadjComing from the south-southwest.not-comparable
south-southwesterlyEnglishadjSituated toward or in the direction of south-southwest.not-comparable
south-southwesterlyEnglishnounA persistent wind or storm from the south-southwest.
sovraSwedishverbto sift through information and restrict oneself to studying that which is the most relevant
sovraSwedishverbto sift through ore (when mining)
soþspellOld Englishnountrue story
soþspellOld Englishnounnonfiction
soþspellOld Englishnounhistoryrare
spawnproofEnglishadjPreventing entities from spawning.video-gamesnot-comparable
spawnproofEnglishverbTo prevent entities from spawning.video-games
speak for oneselfEnglishverbExpressing disagreement with an opinion expressed by another.idiomatic imperative
speak for oneselfEnglishverbTo have obvious implications; to require no explanation.
speak for oneselfEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see speak, for. To provide an opinion only on one's own behalf.
specifierEnglishnounA person or thing that specifies.
specifierEnglishnounA component of a phrase that is non-recursive and not found as a sister of the head of the phrase, but rather as a daughter of the maximal projection of the phrase.human-sciences linguistics sciences
spillNorwegian Bokmålnouna game (or part of a game, e.g., a hand, a round); equipment for a game (e.g., deck of cards, set of dice, board, men, pieces, etc.)neuter
spillNorwegian Bokmålnounplay, playingneuter
spillNorwegian Bokmålnoungambling; card-playingneuter
spillNorwegian Bokmålnounmusical instrument (in compounds such as trekkspill (“accordion”))neuter
spillNorwegian Bokmålnounstage playneuter
spillNorwegian Bokmålnounflickering, play, sparkling (of flames, lights, colors, eyes, a smile)neuter
spillNorwegian Bokmålverbimperative of spilleform-of imperative
spliceEnglishnounA junction or joining of ropes made by splicing them together.nautical transport
spliceEnglishnounThe electrical and mechanical connection between two pieces of wire or cable.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
spliceEnglishnounThat part of a bat where the handle joins the blade.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
spliceEnglishnounBonding or joining of overlapping materials.
spliceEnglishnounThe process of removing intron sequences from the pre-messenger RNA, and then joining together exons.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
spliceEnglishverbTo unite, as two ropes, or parts of a rope, by a particular manner of interweaving the strands, the union being between two ends, or between an end and the body of a rope.
spliceEnglishverbTo unite, as spars, timbers, rails, etc., by lapping the two ends together, or by applying a piece which laps upon the two ends, and then binding, or in any way making fast.
spliceEnglishverbTo unite in marriage.slang
spliceEnglishverbTo unite as if splicing.figuratively
spliceEnglishverbTo remove intron sequences from the pre-messenger RNA, and then join together exons.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
spliceEnglishverbTo add, remove and/or replace several array/data elements in one operation.
staghornEnglishnounThe antlers of a stag when used to make handles etc.uncountable
staghornEnglishnounA staghorn coral.countable
stecchinoItaliannountoothpickmasculine
stecchinoItaliannounshrimp (small person)informal masculine
stecchinoItaliannoungaunt, haggard, drawn, emaciated, scraggy, scrawny, skinnymasculine
stecchinoItalianverbinflection of steccare: / third-person plural present subjunctiveplural present subjunctive third-person
stecchinoItalianverbinflection of steccare: / third-person plural imperativeimperative plural third-person
stecconeItaliannounAugmentative of steccaaugmentative form-of masculine
stecconeItaliannounAugmentative of steccoaugmentative form-of masculine
stecconeItaliannounstake, palemasculine uncommon
strecuraRomanianverbto strain, filter, let passconjugation-1
strecuraRomanianverbto slip by or past, steal awayconjugation-1
strecuraRomanianverbto squeeze in, penetrate intoconjugation-1
strenuoItalianadjvigorous, ardent, strenuous
strenuoItalianadjtireless
strenuoItalianadjbrave
subcultureEnglishnounA portion of a culture distinguished by its customs or other features, often in contrast to the larger mainstream culture.
subcultureEnglishnounA culture made by transferring microorganisms from a previous culture to a fresh growth mediumbiology natural-sciences
subcultureEnglishverbTo transfer (microorganisms) to a fresh growth medium in order to start a new culturebiology natural-sciences
subponoLatinverbto put, to place underconjugation-3
subponoLatinverbto subject (to)conjugation-3
subponoLatinverbto falsifyconjugation-3
subponoLatinverbto add toconjugation-3
subponoLatinverbto substituteconjugation-3
supinationEnglishnounThe act or state of lying face upward, on one's back.countable uncountable
supinationEnglishnounThe act of rotating the forearm so that the palm of the hand is turned up or forward, or the resulting state of the forearmanatomy medicine sciencescountable uncountable
supinationEnglishnounThe act or state of combined adduction and inversion of the foot.anatomy medicine sciencescountable uncountable
supinationEnglishnounThe position of the sword hand when the palm is facing up.fencing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warcountable uncountable
suweldoBikol Centralnounsalary
suweldoBikol Centralnounwage, pay
swift-handedEnglishadjCharacterized by quick, skillful movements of the hands.
swift-handedEnglishadjQuick to respond or react.
synderlicOld Englishadjspecial
synderlicOld Englishadjspecific, particular
synnitönFinnishadjsinless
synnitönFinnishadjrighteous
sárdniditNorthern Samiverbto make a speech
sárdniditNorthern Samiverbto speak, talk
sêlWelshnounzeal, enthusiasmfeminine not-mutable uncountable
sêlWelshnounseal (stamp used to impress a design on a soft substance such as wax)feminine not-mutable
sêlWelshnounseal (design or insignia usually associated with an organization or official role)feminine not-mutable
sêlWelshnounseal (aquatic animal)feminine not-mutable
sêlWelshnounsale (act of selling)feminine not-mutable
sêlWelshnounauction, salefeminine not-mutable
sùilScottish Gaelicnouneyeanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
sùilScottish Gaelicnounvision, eyesightfeminine
sùilScottish Gaelicnounlook, glancefeminine
sùilScottish Gaelicnounexpectation, hopefeminine
televisheniSwahilinountelevision (medium)class-10 class-9
televisheniSwahilinountelevision setclass-10 class-9
termínCzechnoundateinanimate masculine
termínCzechnoundeadlineinanimate masculine
termínCzechnounterm (word or phrase, especially one from a specialised area of knowledge)inanimate masculine
terribleFrenchadjterrible
terribleFrenchadjgreat, excellentcolloquial
thermalizedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of thermalizeform-of participle past
thermalizedEnglishadjBrought to a lower velocity and kinetic energy by use of a moderator.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsof fast neutrons in a nuclear reactor
tilEnglishconjuntil, tillcolloquial
tilEnglishprepuntil, tillcolloquial
tilEnglishnounsesame (plant)
tilEnglishnounA species of tree in the Lauraceae family, native to Madeira and the Canary Islands; Ocotea foetens.
tingeneNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite plural of tingdefinite form-of masculine plural
tingeneNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite plural of tingdefinite form-of neuter plural
tiníléítsohNavajonounKomodo dragon
tiníléítsohNavajonounmonitor lizardbroadly
titterEnglishverbTo laugh or giggle in a somewhat subdued or restrained way, as from nervousness or poorly-suppressed amusement.
titterEnglishverbTo teeter; to seesaw.obsolete
titterEnglishnounA nervous or somewhat repressed giggle.
titterEnglishnounA woman's breast.in-plural slang vulgar
toirtScottish Gaelicnounverbal noun of thoirfeminine form-of noun-from-verb
toirtScottish Gaelicnounimportance, valuefeminine
tossePortuguesenouncough (expulsion of air from the lungs)feminine
tossePortuguesenouncommon coldfamiliar feminine uncountable
tossePortugueseverbinflection of tossir: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
tossePortugueseverbinflection of tossir: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
touSaterland Frisianprepto
touSaterland Frisianprepto, towards
touSaterland Frisianprepfor, on the occasion of
touSaterland Frisianadjclosed, lockedfeminine
transverseEnglishadjSituated or lying across; side to side, relative to some defined "forward" direction; perpendicular or slanted relative to the "forward" direction; identified with movement across areas.not-comparable
transverseEnglishadjMade at right angles to the long axis of the body.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
transverseEnglishadj(of an intersection) Not tangent, so that a nondegenerate angle is formed between the two things intersecting. (For the general definition, see w:Transversality (mathematics).)geometry mathematics sciencesnot-comparable
transverseEnglishadjNot in direct line of descent; collateral.not-comparable obsolete
transverseEnglishnounAnything that is transverse or athwart.
transverseEnglishnounThe longer, or transverse, axis of an ellipse.geometry mathematics sciences
transverseEnglishverbTo lie or run across; to cross.transitive
transverseEnglishverbTo traverse or thwart.transitive
transverseEnglishverbTo overturn.transitive
transverseEnglishverbTo alter or transform.transitive
transverseEnglishverbTo change from prose into verse, or from verse into prose.obsolete transitive
trapanareItalianverbto drilltransitive
trapanareItalianverbto bore (a hole)transitive
trapanareItalianverbto trepantransitive
trapanareItalianverbto penetrate in a sexual intercoursetransitive vulgar
trapoGaliciannouncloth (woven fabric)masculine
trapoGaliciannountatter; ragmasculine
trapoGaliciannoundiapermasculine
trapoGaliciannounsail (piece of fabric attached to a boat)masculine
treatEnglishverbTo negotiate, discuss terms, bargain (for or with).intransitive
treatEnglishverbTo discourse; to handle a subject in writing or speaking; to conduct a discussion.intransitive
treatEnglishverbTo discourse on; to represent or deal with in a particular way, in writing or speaking.transitive
treatEnglishverbTo entreat or beseech (someone).intransitive obsolete transitive
treatEnglishverbTo handle, deal with or behave towards in a specific way.transitive
treatEnglishverbTo entertain with food or drink, especially at one's own expense; to show hospitality to; to pay for as celebration or reward.transitive
treatEnglishverbTo commit the offence of providing food, drink, entertainment or provision to corruptly influence a voter.government law politicsUK
treatEnglishverbTo care for medicinally or surgically; to apply medical care to.transitive
treatEnglishverbTo subject to a chemical or other action; to act upon with a specific scientific result in mind.transitive
treatEnglishverbTo provide something special and pleasant.
treatEnglishnounAn entertainment, outing, food, drink, or other indulgence provided by someone for the enjoyment of others.
treatEnglishnounAn unexpected gift, event etc., which provides great pleasure.
treatEnglishnounA snack food item designed to be given to pets.
treatEnglishnounA parley or discussion of terms; a negotiation.obsolete
treatEnglishnounAn entreaty.obsolete
tryEnglishverbTo attempt; to endeavour. Followed by infinitive.
tryEnglishverbTo divide; to separate. / To separate (precious metal etc.) from the ore by melting; to purify, refine.obsolete
tryEnglishverbTo divide; to separate. / To winnow; to sift; to pick out; frequently followed by out.obsolete
tryEnglishverbTo divide; to separate. / To extract oil from blubber or fat; to melt down blubber to obtain oilnautical transportobsolete
tryEnglishverbTo divide; to separate. / To extract wax from a honeycombobsolete
tryEnglishverbTo test, to work out. / To make an experiment. Usually followed by a present participle.
tryEnglishverbTo test, to work out. / To put to test.
tryEnglishverbTo test, to work out. / To test someone's patience.specifically
tryEnglishverbTo test, to work out. / To receive an imminent attack; to take.figuratively used in the imperative
tryEnglishverbTo test, to work out. / To taste, sample, etc.
tryEnglishverbTo test, to work out. / To prove by experiment; to apply a test to, for the purpose of determining the quality; to examine; to prove; to test.
tryEnglishverbTo test, to work out. / To attempt to determine (by experiment or effort).with indirect interrogative clause
tryEnglishverbTo test, to work out. / To put on trial.law
tryEnglishverbTo experiment, to strive. / To have or gain knowledge of by experience.
tryEnglishverbTo experiment, to strive. / To work on something with one's best effort and focus.
tryEnglishverbTo experiment, to strive. / To do; to fare.obsolete
tryEnglishverbTo experiment, to strive. / To settle; to decide; to determine; specifically, to decide by an appeal to arms.
tryEnglishverbTo experiment, to strive. / To attempt to conceive a child.euphemistic of a couple
tryEnglishverbTo lie to in heavy weather under just sufficient sail to head into the wind.nautical transport
tryEnglishverbTo strain; to subject to excessive tests.
tryEnglishverbTo wantslang used with another verb
tryEnglishnounAn attempt.
tryEnglishnounAn act of tasting or sampling.
tryEnglishnounA score in rugby league and rugby union, analogous to a touchdown in American football.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sports
tryEnglishnounA screen, or sieve, for grain.UK dialectal obsolete
tryEnglishnounA field goal or extra pointAmerican-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
tryEnglishnounA move that almost solves a chess problem, except that Black has a unique defense.board-games chess games
tryEnglishadjFine, excellent.obsolete
tuldokTagalognounperiod; full stop (punctuation mark)
tuldokTagalognoundot; point
tuminginTagalogverbto look at; to have a look at
tuminginTagalogverbto conduct a medical checkup (on someone)
tuminginTagalogverbto look for something needed
tuminginTagalogverbcomplete aspect of tumingin
tupãOld Tupinounthunder
tupãOld Tupinoungod; deity
tupãOld Tupinoundivinity
törjHungarianverbsecond-person singular subjunctive present indefinite of törform-of indefinite present second-person singular subjunctive
törjHungarianverbsecond-person singular subjunctive present indefinite of törikform-of indefinite present second-person singular subjunctive
understreketNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of understreke: / simple pastpast
understreketNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of understreke: / past participleparticiple past
unlearnedEnglishadjignorant, uneducated, untaught, untrained.
unlearnedEnglishadjOf a behavior: not learned; innate.
unlearnedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of unlearn (“discard the knowledge of”)form-of participle past
unspokenEnglishadjNot spoken; not said.not-comparable postpositional sometimes
unspokenEnglishadjNot formally articulated or stated; implicit or understood.not-comparable postpositional sometimes
unspokenEnglishverbpast participle of unspeakform-of participle past
utmagreteNorwegian Bokmåladjdefinite singular of utmagretdefinite form-of singular
utmagreteNorwegian Bokmåladjplural of utmagretform-of plural
vasta-Finnishprefixcounter-, anti- (expressing opposition or contrast)morpheme
vasta-Finnishprefixnew-, freshly, just, recently (expressing that something took place recently)morpheme
vasta-Finnishprefixreturn (expressing reciprocity)morpheme
verd antiqueEnglishnounA mottled green serpentine marble.chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
verd antiqueEnglishnounA kind of green porphyry.chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
vidCzechnounaspect, aktionsartgrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesinanimate masculine
vidCzechnounsightinanimate masculine
viistäjäFinnishnounbeveller (one who bevels)
viistäjäFinnishnoungadfly petrel (petrel of the genus Pterodroma)biology natural-sciences zoology
voishManxprepfrom
voishManxprepof
voishManxpronthird-person singular masculine of voishform-of masculine singular third-person
vulpicideEnglishnounSomeone who kills foxes other than by hunting them with houndscountable uncountable
vulpicideEnglishnounThe killing of a foxcountable uncountable
vyprázdněníCzechnounverbal noun of vyprázdnitform-of neuter noun-from-verb
vyprázdněníCzechnounevacuation, emptyingneuter
věšetCzechverbto hang sthimperfective transitive
věšetCzechverbto hang, to dangleimperfective reflexive with se
walk-onEnglishnounA student athlete who wants to try out for a college sports/athletic team without the benefit of a scholarship or having been recruited.
walk-onEnglishnounAn actor of a small (or "bit") part in a theatrical production or film, often without speaking lines.
walk-onEnglishnounSuch a part in a play or film.attributive
walk-onEnglishnounOne who arrives and boards transport (such as a train or ferry) without having booked in advance.
wrawMiddle Englishadjeasily angered; in a foul mood
wrawMiddle Englishadjangry; vexed; wrathful
wycieńczeniePolishnounverbal noun of wycieńczyćform-of neuter noun-from-verb
wycieńczeniePolishnounburnout, emaciation, exhaustion (supreme tiredness; having exhausted energy)neuter
xalocCatalannounsoutheastmasculine
xalocCatalannounsiroccomasculine
xətibAzerbaijaninounkhatib (a person who delivers the khutbah)Islam lifestyle religion
xətibAzerbaijaninounpreacher
yamutmotTagalognounrubbish; refuse (especially of the adhering kind)
yamutmotTagalognounloose, frayed ends of thread or fibers (especially due to overuse)
yamutmotTagalognounfibrous part of husks, etc.
yamutmotTagalognounscattered shavings or scrapings
yenməkAzerbaijaniverbto defeattransitive
yenməkAzerbaijaniverbto seize, to overcomefiguratively transitive
yenməkAzerbaijaniverbObsolete form of enmək.alt-of obsolete
yilghałNavajoverbhe/she is chewing it (meat)transitive
yilghałNavajoverbhe/she is eating it (meat)transitive
éclosionFrenchnouneclosion; hatching; the act of an egg hatchingfeminine
éclosionFrenchnounsudden appearance of something, outbreak [of disease] / sudden appearance of something, outbreakfeminine figuratively
íarOld Irishprepaftertriggers-eclipsis with-dative
íarOld Irishprepaccording totriggers-eclipsis with-dative
îngrecaRomanianverbto weigh downarchaic conjugation-1
îngrecaRomanianverbbe pregnant, to conceivearchaic conjugation-1
înnoptareRomaniannounnightfallfeminine
înnoptareRomaniannounovernight, overnight stayfeminine
órOld Norseprepout of, fromwith-dative
órOld Norseprepmade out of, denoting a substancewith-dative
órOld Norseprepfrom among (a group)with-dative
órOld Norseprepdenoting a causewith-dative
órOld Norseprepbeyondwith-dative
órOld Norseprepdenoting absolute completeness, as in "utterly"with-dative
ülküTurkishnounideal
ülküTurkishnoungoal
ülküTurkishnounvision
þynnkaIcelandicnounthe state of being thin; thinnessfeminine uncountable
þynnkaIcelandicnounsomething that is thin (a thin sheet, thin porridge, etc.)countable feminine
þynnkaIcelandicnounhangover (the state of being hung over)feminine uncountable
ředěníCzechnounverbal noun of ředitform-of neuter noun-from-verb
ředěníCzechnoundilutionneuter
šiṭrumAkkadiannountext, inscription (any piece of writing)masculine
šiṭrumAkkadiannounstarsmasculine
šiṭrumAkkadiannouna šiṭru-song (a type of song)masculine
šíkalPhaluranounfiguremasculine
šíkalPhaluranounlikemasculine
šíkalPhaluranouna kind ofmasculine
ǃqhàaǃXóõnounwaterclass-3 tone-2
ǃqhàaǃXóõnounrainclass-3 tone-2
ǃqhàaǃXóõnounamniotic fluidclass-3 tone-2
ǰóoPhaluraverbto be born, have [a child] / to be born, haveintransitive
ǰóoPhaluraverbgrow upintransitive
ΆγγλοςGreeknounEnglishman (a person from England or of English ethnicity).
ΆγγλοςGreeknounEnglishas an adjective describing a person
ΆγγλοςGreeknounthe English, the English peopleas a plural
άτακτοςGreekadjcheeky, mischievous, naughty
άτακτοςGreekadjnaughty, bad, unruly
άτακτοςGreekadjirregular (of soldier or military unit)government military politics war
γόμφοςAncient Greeknounbolt, dowel, nail
γόμφοςAncient Greeknounbond, fastenerusually
γόμφοςAncient Greeknouncross-ribs of Egyptian canoes
γόμφοςAncient Greeknouninstrument for cauterymedicine sciences surgery
γόμφοςAncient Greeknounankle jointanatomy medicine sciences
δυνάστηςAncient GreeknounLord, ruler / Epithet of Zeushuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
δυνάστηςAncient GreeknounLord, ruler / Epithet of Poseidonhuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
δυνάστηςAncient GreeknounLord, ruler / A princeling, a petty ruler
δυνάστηςAncient GreeknounMaster
δυνάστηςAncient GreeknounThe chief men of a state or place
καλοφάγωτοςGreekadjliterally: well eaten, a sweet to be eaten with pleasure and satisfactionas a blessing familiar
καλοφάγωτοςGreekadj(of a newly acquired sum of money)figuratively
καταίρωAncient Greekverbto come down, swoop down
καταίρωAncient Greekverbto put into port, put innautical transport
λέωνAncient Greeknounlion
λέωνAncient GreeknounLeo, the zodiacal signastrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
λέωνAncient Greeknounlionheart, savage (one having the characteristics of a lion (positive or negative): savage, noble, or brave)
ληπτικόςAncient Greekadjdisposed to accept
ληπτικόςAncient Greekadjdisposed to take
λύπηAncient Greeknoungrief, sadness
λύπηAncient Greeknounpain (of mind or body), suffering, affliction, distress
μετράωGreekverbto count, measure, include
μετράωGreekverbto count, matter
πάταγοςAncient Greeknounclatter, crash (of trees falling)
πάταγοςAncient Greeknounchattering of the teeth
πάταγοςAncient Greeknounrattle or crash of thunder
πάταγοςAncient Greeknounplash of a body falling into water
πίναξAncient Greeknounboard, plank
πίναξAncient Greeknountablet
πίναξAncient Greeknoundish, plate, platter, trencher
πίναξAncient Greeknounboard, plate, picture
πίναξAncient Greeknountable of accounts, register
πίναξAncient Greeknounblock for sharpening knives
σπιτώνωGreekverbto house, take in, shelter (provide with a home)colloquial transitive
σπιτώνωGreekverbto shack up, put up (to provide with a home, especially of an unmarried couple)colloquial derogatory transitive
φουρτούναGreeknounrough sea, storm, tempest, squallclimatology meteorology natural-sciences
φουρτούναGreeknouna chain of unexpected and unpleasant eventsfiguratively
χυλόπιταGreeknountagliatelle
χυλόπιταGreeknounsmall squares of pasta
ШиракRussiannameShirak (a province of Armenia)
ШиракRussiannameA transliteration of the French surname Chirac
абаджилъкBulgariannounmanufacturing of homespun, homespun tailoring
абаджилъкBulgariannounthe occupation of a tailor or frieze dealer
ахъщэжъгъэйAdyghenounsmall money
ахъщэжъгъэйAdyghenouncoin
вероватиSerbo-Croatianverbto believe + у (“in”)
вероватиSerbo-Croatianverbto trust (+ dative)intransitive
вероватиSerbo-Croatianverbto hold (something as true)intransitive
виплачуватиUkrainianverbto pay, to pay out (:money)transitive
виплачуватиUkrainianverbto pay, to pay off (:debts)transitive
вскореRussianadvsoon
вскореRussianadvbefore long
вывезтиRussianverbto take out (by vehicle), to remove
вывезтиRussianverbto deliver
вывезтиRussianverbto export
вывезтиRussianverbto bring back
вывезтиRussianverbto rescue, to savecolloquial
гръдъOld Church Slavonicadjproud
гръдъOld Church Slavonicadjhaughty
гръдъOld Church Slavonicadjmajestic
гръдъOld Church Slavonicadjterrible
динарMacedoniannoundinar (currency)
динарMacedoniannoundenarnonstandard
дотягиватьсяRussianverbto reach (to), to touch
дотягиватьсяRussianverbto drag by (until)time
дотягиватьсяRussianverbpassive of дотя́гивать (dotjágivatʹ)form-of passive
заворочатьсяRussianverbto start to toss and turn (of the whole body)
заворочатьсяRussianverbto start to turn, to start to roll (of something heavy or bulky)intransitive
заворочатьсяRussianverbpassive of заворо́чать (zavoróčatʹ)form-of passive
загадочныйRussianadjenigmatic, mysterious
загадочныйRussianadjobscure (difficult to understand)
загадочныйRussianadjriddlesome
затягнутиUkrainianverbto drag, to pulltransitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto drag in, to pull intransitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto drag in (to involve somebody by forceful means)colloquial figuratively transitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto draw in (to attract)colloquial figuratively transitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto draw in (to involve somebody)colloquial figuratively transitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto bind (to tie, fasten or confine tightly)transitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto tighten, to pull tighttransitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto cover, to cover overtransitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto strike up (to start singing or playing: song, tune)colloquial transitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto drag out, to prolongcolloquial transitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto weigh (to have a certain weight)colloquial transitive
затягнутиUkrainianverbto tighten (:screw, nut)transitive
заявительRussiannounapplicant (one who applies)
заявительRussiannoundeclarant (a person who makes a formal declaration or statement)
значокRussiannoundiminutive of знак (znak), a small sign, symboldiminutive form-of
значокRussiannounbadge (distinctive mark)
значокRussiannouninsignia
зубьяRussiannounnominative plural of зуб (zub)form-of nominative plural
зубьяRussiannounaccusative plural of зуб (zub)accusative form-of plural
зэхэдзышъунAdygheverbto be able to tell the difference between, to be able to distinguishtransitive
зэхэдзышъунAdygheverbto be able to separate into groups, to be able to segregatetransitive
измерятьсяRussianverbAlternative form of изме́риться (izméritʹsja)alt-of alternative colloquial
измерятьсяRussianverbto measure (a stated size), to amount (to), to be as large [long, deep, etc] (as)
измерятьсяRussianverbpassive of измеря́ть (izmerjátʹ)form-of passive
изобилиеMacedoniannounabundance, plenty, profusion, multitude, plethora
изобилиеMacedoniannounwealth, prosperity, riches
иррациональныйRussianadjinexplicable
иррациональныйRussianadjirrationalmathematics sciences
иссушитьRussianverbto dry up, to wither
иссушитьRussianverbto exhaust, to wear up
катаяBulgarianverbto span, to wind, to unwrapobsolete transitive
катаяBulgarianverbto roll, to skidobsolete reflexive with се
копатиUkrainianverbto digtransitive
копатиUkrainianverbto dig out, to dig up, to excavatetransitive
копатиUkrainianverbto mine, to quarrytransitive
копатиUkrainianverbto dig, to search for, to research, to investigatefiguratively transitive
копатиUkrainianverbto kicktransitive
любовноUkrainianadvlovingly
любовноUkrainianadvfondly
любовноUkrainianadvsweetly
медныйRussianadjcopper; cupric, cuprous, cupreousrelational
медныйRussianadjcopper colored, reddish-yellow
мьздаOld Church Slavonicnounreward, pay
мьздаOld Church Slavonicnounretribution, remuneration
мьздаOld Church Slavonicnounsalary
наступатьRussianverbto tread, to step on
наступатьRussianverbto come, to begin, to set in
наступатьRussianverbto attack, to advance, to be on the offensive
неприємністьUkrainiannoununpleasantness, disagreeableness (the property of being unpleasant or disagreeable)uncountable
неприємністьUkrainiannoununpleasantness, disagreeableness (an unpleasant or disagreeable behaviour, occurrence, etc.)countable
неуправляемыйRussianadjout of control, uncontrolled, uncontrollable
неуправляемыйRussianadjerratic
неуправляемыйRussianadjungovernable
неуправляемыйRussianadjunguided
п.п.Russiannounabbreviation of проце́нтный пункт (procéntnyj punkt)abbreviation alt-of indeclinable
п.п.Russiannounabbreviation of пу́нкты (púnkty)abbreviation alt-of indeclinable
перенестиRussianverbto transfer, to carry, to transport
перенестиRussianverbto carry over to the next line
перенестиRussianverbto postpone, to put off
перенестиRussianverbto extend
перенестиRussianverbto bear, to endure, to stand, to survive, to withstand
потихенькуUkrainianadvquietly
потихенькуUkrainianadvon the sly
потихенькуUkrainianadvslowly
почитатьсяRussianverbto be considered as (+ instrumental)dated
почитатьсяRussianverbpassive of почита́ть (počitátʹ)form-of passive
почитатьсяRussianverbpassive of почита́ть (počitátʹ)form-of passive
працавацьBelarusianverbto work (physically or mentally)intransitive
працавацьBelarusianverbto have a jobintransitive
припарковатьсяRussianverbto park (intransitive)
припарковатьсяRussianverbpassive of припаркова́ть (priparkovátʹ)form-of passive
противостояниеRussiannounconfrontation, face-off
противостояниеRussiannounoppositionastronomy natural-sciences
пядьRussiannounspan (Old Russian unit of length corresponding to the distance between the spaced ends of the thumb and index fingers, seven inches, 17.78 cm)historical
пядьRussiannounsmall area of landarchaic
пядьRussiannounhandarchaic
пядьRussiannounsole of the foot, footarchaic
радийныйRussianadjradiorelational
радийныйRussianadjradio-equipped
разгонятьсяRussianverbto accelerateintransitive
разгонятьсяRussianverbpassive of разгоня́ть (razgonjátʹ)form-of passive
разжитьсяRussianverbto get rich, to cash incolloquial
разжитьсяRussianverbto get, to obtain (+ instrumental, something)colloquial
симулироватьRussianverbto simulate
симулироватьRussianverbto feign an illness or disability, especially in clinical or legal context; to malinger
тайжMongoliannouna nobleman
тайжMongoliannounA Chingissid Mongolian noble titlehistorical
уездRussiannounuyezd; district (administrative unit in the Russian Empire before 1917)historical
уездRussiannounadministrative region of various countries, including Estonia, Lithuania, People's Republic of China, North and South Korea (county) and Japan (district, 郡)
уступкаRussiannounconcession
уступкаRussiannoundiscount
фаміліяUkrainiannounsurname, last name, family namecolloquial
фаміліяUkrainiannounclandated
фаміліяUkrainiannounfamilydialectal
хъопсэнAdygheverbto envytransitive
хъопсэнAdygheverbto lusttransitive
чутиUkrainianverbto hear
чутиUkrainianverbto feel, to sense
чутиUkrainianverbto smell
қуаттыKazakhadjstrong
қуаттыKazakhadjpowerful, potent
қуаттыKazakhnounaccusative singular of қуат (quat)accusative form-of singular
ӏонтагъAdygheadjcurve, crooked (Set at an angle, not vertical or square)
ӏонтагъAdygheadjcurve, crooked (Not straight; having one or more bends or angles)
ӏонтагъAdygheadjincorrect, wrong
ӏэхъуэгъуKabardiannounherd
ӏэхъуэгъуKabardiannounherdsman's companion
өрөмMongoliannounclotted cream (from boiled milk)
өрөмMongoliannounany film forming on the surface of a beverage
өрөмMongoliannoundrill
ԱդամOld ArmeniannameAdambiblical lifestyle religion
ԱդամOld Armeniannamea male given name
ածանցյալArmenianadjderivative
ածանցյալArmeniannounderivativemathematics sciences
ածանցյալArmeniannounderivativechemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
անցքArmeniannounhole, opening, slot
անցքArmeniannounpassage, pass, passageway
անցքArmeniannounincident, event, occurrence
լողալArmenianverbto swim
լողալArmenianverbto float, to drift
լողալArmenianverbto sail
հոլովումArmeniannoundeclensiongrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
հոլովումArmeniannounrolling, rotation
մթարOld Armenianadjblack, smutty
մթարOld Armeniannounblearedness
մթարOld Armeniannounfilth, dirt
տրցակելArmenianverbto bundle, to clusterrare
տրցակելArmenianverbto gather, to collectfiguratively
עדHebrewprepUntil, till, up until (a time).
עדHebrewprepBy (a time): before or on.
עדHebrewprepTo: used in expressing a range.
עדHebrewnounan eternity
עדHebrewnounA witness.
קושיHebrewnounHardness (as opposed to softness).
קושיHebrewnounHardness, difficulty.
קלאַפֿטערYiddishnounfathom (six feet, originally a man's armspan)historical
קלאַפֿטערYiddishnounfathom (unit of volume equivalent to 0.56 cubic metres; to measure wood size)historical
קלאַפֿטערYiddishnounfreestyle, front crawlhobbies lifestyle sports swimming
קלאַפֿטערYiddishnounbreaststroke
קליפהHebrewnounpeel, skin, bark, shell (as of a nut or fruit)
קליפהHebrewnouncortexanatomy medicine sciences
קליפהHebrewnounspiritual impurityJudaism
קליפהHebrewnounpeeling, skinning
רוחHebrewnounWind, a wind: (a) movement of atmospheric air.
רוחHebrewnounAir, atmosphere.
רוחHebrewnounA direction, a cardinal direction: any of north, south, east, or west.
רוחHebrewnounbreathBiblical-Hebrew
רוחHebrewnounA person's spirit, soul.
רוחHebrewnounA person's spirit, mind: his or her desires, emotions, personality, and so on, taken collectively.
רוחHebrewnounThe spirit of something: its core, its essence, its purpose.
רוחHebrewnounThe spirit of something: its manner or style.
רוחHebrewnounA spirit, a ghost: a supernatural creature.
רוחHebrewnoundefective spelling of רווחalt-of misspelling
תיבהHebrewnounbox, basketarchaic
תיבהHebrewnounNoah's arkJudaism
תיבהHebrewnouncasket, coffin
תיבהHebrewnounrectangular cuboid
תיבהHebrewnounbar (section of written music)
תיבהHebrewnounark (holds Torah scrolls)Judaism
תיבהHebrewnounword (in written form: the letters between spaces)broadly
تاريخArabicnoundate, time
تاريخArabicnounhistory
تاريخArabicnounchronicles, annals
جنUrdunounjinn
جنUrdunoundemon
حرفPersiannounletter
حرفPersiannounspeech, talk
حرفPersiannounplural of حرفهarchaic form-of plural
دروغ گفتنPersianverbto lie, to tell lies
دروغ گفتنPersianverbto speak falsely
دوسراUrduadjother, another
دوسراUrduadjsecond
دوسراUrdunouncopy, duplicate
دوسراUrdunounalternate, replacement
دوسراUrdunoundoosraball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
شامPersiannoundinner, supper
شامPersiannounduskarchaic
شامPersiannouneveningarchaic
شامPersiannameGreater Syria, the Levant (a region of Western Asia)
شامPersiannameDamascus (the capital city of Syria)
طوفةGulf Arabicnounwall (“each of the substantial structures acting either as the exterior of or divisions within a structure.”)
طوفةGulf Arabicnounsomeone who sits idly and does noting, such as in situations where everyone is working or occupied with something.figuratively
قرPersiannountwerk, twerking; gyrating one's hips (used for both men and women)informal
قرPersiannounflirting; coquetryfiguratively informal
قرPersiannounwhore
مصدرArabicnounverbal noun of صَدَرَ (ṣadara) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
مصدرArabicnounstarting point, point of origin
مصدرArabicnounorigin, source
مصدرArabicnounverbal noun, infinitive, gerundgrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesgerund infinitive noun-from-verb
هندOttoman TurkishnameIndia (a country in South Asia)
هندOttoman TurkishnameIndian (a person from India)
هیچOttoman Turkishpronnothing
هیچOttoman Turkishpronany
وب نوشتPersiannounwebsite
وب نوشتPersiannounblog
وب نوشتPersiannounwriting of the web
چاتگامPersiannameChittagong (a city in Bangladesh)
چاتگامPersiannameChittagong (a district of Bangladesh)
چاتگامPersiannameChittagong (a division of Bangladesh)
چالمقOttoman Turkishverbto strike, beat, hit, pound, bash, impel with a blowtransitive
چالمقOttoman Turkishverbto play a tune or a musical instrument, perform music upontransitive
چالمقOttoman Turkishverbto knock, strike for admittance, rap upon, as a doortransitive
چالمقOttoman Turkishverbto steal, rob, purloin, take illegally something owned by someone elsetransitive
چالمقOttoman Turkishverbto sound in successive beats, as a clock in striking the hourintransitive
چالمقOttoman Turkishverbto verge upon or smack ofintransitive of colors and flavors
ܐܡܐClassical Syriacnounmother
ܐܡܐClassical Syriacnounabbess
ܐܡܐClassical Syriacnounmetropolis
ܐܡܐClassical Syriacnounsource, originfiguratively
ܐܡܐClassical Syriacnounwombanatomy medicine sciences
ܐܡܐClassical Syriacnouncanal, aqueduct
ܐܡܐClassical Syriacnounabsolute singular of ܐܡܬܐabsolute form-of singular
ܐܡܐClassical Syriacnounemphatic plural of ܐܡܬܐemphatic form-of plural
ܕܟܪܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounmalemasculine
ܕܟܪܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounpenisanatomy medicine sciences
ܕܟܪܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounarsenicuncountable
ܡܕܝܢܬܐClassical Syriacnouncity, town
ܡܕܝܢܬܐClassical Syriacnounregion
ܡܕܝܢܬܐClassical Syriacnounprovince, countryrare
ܥܛܦClassical Syriacverbto return
ܥܛܦClassical Syriacverbto reflect
ܥܛܦClassical Syriacverbto clothe oneself
अगुरुSanskritadjnot heavy, light
अगुरुSanskritadjshort as a short vowel alone or before a single consonanthuman-sciences linguistics phonology prosody sciences
अगुरुSanskritnounthe fragrant aloe wood and tree, Aquilaria malaccensis
अनित्यHindiadjtransient, transitory, impermanent, temporaryindeclinable
अनित्यHindiadjoccasionalindeclinable
आन्ध्रSanskritnounthe Andhra country
आन्ध्रSanskritnouna king of that country
आन्ध्रSanskritnounthe inhabitants of that countryin-plural
कटाईHindinouncutting
कटाईHindinounharvesting, reaping
भगवानHindinounGod, the Almighty
भगवानHindinouna god; male deity, lord
भानुSanskritnounray of light, light
भानुSanskritnounbrightness, splendour
भानुSanskritnounappearance
भानुSanskritnounthe Sun
भानुSanskritnounking, prince
भानुSanskritnounbeautiful womanfeminine
भानुSanskritnounthe Ādityasin-plural
খামাখাBengaliadvunreasonably, unjustifiably, unnecessarily, gratuitously
খামাখাBengaliadvsuddenly, abruptly, unexpectedly
টমটমAssamesenouna one-horse open carriage with a pair of wheels
টমটমAssamesenounan electric rickshawneologism
বেচুনিBengalinounseller, vendor
বেচুনিBengaliadjselling
মুগুরBengalinounhammer, mallet
মুগুরBengalinounany hammerlike weapon or implement; club, cudgel, rammer
হিয়ালBengalinounfox
হিয়ালBengalinounjackal
ਝਾਲਰPunjabinounfringe, frill, hem, garnish, trimming
ਝਾਲਰPunjabinounjhalar (strip of fabric or plastic used as a decoration); streamer, festoon
ઉઠમણુંGujaratinounA ritual prefromed three days after the deceased's death, marking the departure of the soul, as according to Zoroastrianism, the soul remains in the material world for three days after death.Zoroastrianism lifestyle religion
ઉઠમણુંGujaratinounA post-funeral tradition of visiting the grave the third day after the deceased's funeral.Christianity Islam lifestyle religion
સસલુંGujaratinounrabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
સસલુંGujaratinounhare (Lepus timidus)
ఆస్ట్రేలియాTelugunameAustralia (a country and island in Oceania) # (geology) Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands) / Australia (a country and island in Oceania)
ఆస్ట్రేలియాTelugunameAustralia (a country and island in Oceania) # (geology) Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands) / Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands)geography geology natural-sciences
లక్ష్మిTelugunounwealth, fortune
లక్ష్మిTelugunounbeauty, splendour
లక్ష్మిTelugunounturmeric
లక్ష్మిTelugunameLakshmi (wife of Vishnu, goddess of prosperity)
లక్ష్మిTelugunamea female given name from Sanskrit
లింగముTelugunounA mark, sing, token, symptom, characteristic.
లింగముTelugunounAn element, principle.
లింగముTelugunoungender or sex
లింగముTelugunoungendergrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
లింగముTelugunounThe male organ of generation (penis, phallus); i.e., emblem symbolic of Shiva.
ಬುದ್ಧSanskritadjKannada script form of बुद्ध (“awake”)Kannada character form-of
ಬುದ್ಧSanskritnounKannada script form of बुद्ध (“Buddha”)Kannada character form-of
അപൂർണMalayalamadjunfinished
അപൂർണMalayalamadjincomplete
ดังThaiadjloud; noisy.
ดังThaiadjfamous; popular.colloquial
ดังThaipreplike; as.
ดังThainounnose.communications journalism literature media poetry publishing writingarchaic
สารสนเทศThainounnews; message.
สารสนเทศThainouninformation.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
หนังThainounskin; leather.
หนังThainounshadow puppetry, as หนังตะลุง (nǎng-dtà-lung), หนังใหญ่ (nǎng-yài), etc.
หนังThainounoutdoor cinema, as หนังกลางแปลง, หนังขายยา, etc.
หนังThainouncinema; movie; film.slang
გასულიერებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of გაასულიერებს (gaasulierebs)form-of noun-from-verb perfective verbal
გასულიერებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of გასულიერდება (gasulierdeba)form-of noun-from-verb perfective verbal
ტრაკიGeorgiannounass, arsevulgar
ტრაკიGeorgiannounguts (courage, determination)figuratively slang vulgar
ღურუნLazverbto dieused for humans only
ღურუნLazverbto disappearfiguratively
GeorgiancharacterThirty-fourth letter of the Georgian alphabet. Its name is ხანი (xani) ([xɑn]) and it is preceded by ჭ and followed by ჴ.letter
GeorgiancharacterThe number 6000 in Georgian numerals.letter
ឈ្លើងKhmernounwater leech (Hirudinea)
ឈ្លើងKhmernounparasite
ឈ្លើងKhmernounbloodsucker, extortionerfiguratively
ἀββαAncient Greeknounfatherindeclinable
ἀββαAncient Greeknountitle of respect given to abbotsindeclinable
ἀλλοτριόωAncient Greekverbto estrange (cause to feel less close or friendly), to alienate [+genitive = from] / to estrange (cause to feel less close or friendly), to alienate
ἀλλοτριόωAncient Greekverbto make hostile [+dative = to] / to make hostile
ἀποδείκνυμιAncient Greekverbto demonstrate, point out, show
ἀποδείκνυμιAncient Greekverbto proclaim, appoint
ἐπιφαίνωAncient Greekverbto shine, shed light upon
ἐπιφαίνωAncient Greekverbto show, display
ἐπιφαίνωAncient Greekverbto come to light, appear
ἐρωήAncient Greeknounrush, impulse, sweep, force in motion
ἐρωήAncient Greeknounrest, pause, cessation
ἔθοςAncient Greeknounhabit, custom, manner
ἔθοςAncient Greeknoundisposition, temper
ἔθοςAncient Greeknounhabitually, customarily (in dative)
ῥαιστήρAncient Greeknounhammer, smasher
ῥαιστήρAncient Greeknoundestroyerusually
ひひらくJapaneseverbto prattle on; to orate
ひひらくJapaneseverbto neighof horses
ゲットJapanesenounthe act of getting, obtaining
ゲットJapanesenounscoring a goal
ゲットJapaneseverbto get
ゲットJapaneseverbto score (a goal)
コサージュJapanesenouncorsage (bodice of a woman's dress)
コサージュJapanesenouncorsage (small bouquet of flowers)
コントロールJapanesenouncontrol, management, regulation (of a process, condition, etc.)
コントロールJapanesenouna controller (an electronic or mechanical device to control a device or system)
コントロールJapanesenounan experimental control; a member of a control groupsciences
コントロールJapanesenounball control (the ability to throw or otherwise use a ball precisely)ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
コントロールJapanesenounsecurity policy, data control measurescomputing engineering information-technology mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
コントロールJapaneseverbto control (something), manage
ジャージーJapanesenouna tracksuit
ジャージーJapanesenounathletic jersey
ジャージーJapanesenameJersey (an island dependency of the United Kingdom)
ジャージーJapanesenameJersey (a town in Georgia, United States)
リスペクトJapanesenounrespect
リスペクトJapanesenounrespect; tributedancing entertainment hip-hop hobbies lifestyle music sports
リスペクトJapaneseverbto respect
䆀喙斗Chineseadjhaving a poor appetite; having no appetiteZhangzhou-Hokkien
䆀喙斗Chineseadjfoul-mouthed; often saying inappropriate thingsZhangzhou-Hokkien
三行半Japanesenouna letter of divorce given from a husband to a wife
三行半Japanesenoundivorce
上士Japanesenouna person of good upbringing and character
上士Japanesenouna high ranking samurai
二年生Japanesenounsecond-year student, sophomore
二年生Japanesenounbiennialbiology botany natural-sciences
KoreancharacterHanja form of 주 (“to reside”).Hanja alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 주 (“to stay at”).Hanja alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 주 (“to stop”).Hanja alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 주 (“to pick up, to raise”).Hanja alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 주 (“whereabouts, house”).Hanja alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 주 (“resident”).Hanja alt-of hanja
俊偉Chineseadjtall, handsome and imposingliterary of a man
俊偉Chineseadjremarkably talented; outstandingliterary
偏執Chineseadjstubbornly prejudiced; bigoted; biased
偏執Chinesenounprejudice; bigotry
偏執Chinesenoun(medicine) paranoia
停經Chineseverbto experience stoppage of menstruation during pregnancymedicine sciences
停經Chineseverbto experience menopausemedicine sciences
Chinesecharacterclever
Chinesecharacteralert in the mind
ChinesecharacterUsed in 僬僥/僬侥 (“an ancient legendary dwarf”).
共犯Japanesenouncomplicity in a crimelaw
共犯Japanesenounan accomplice to a crime
刣頭Chineseverbto behead; to decapitateHokkien Min-Dong Teochew
刣頭Chineseverbto fire (a worker or a subordinate)Taiwanese-Hokkien
勇士Chinesenounbrave person
勇士Chinesenounwarrior
士官Japanesenouna commissioned officergovernment military politics war
士官Japanesenouna commissioned officer / A piece in Kawanakajima shōgigovernment military politics war
大小姐Chinesenounyour daughterhonorific
大小姐Chinesenouneldest daughterobsolete
大小姐Chinesenounlazy young girl; pampered girl (from a rich family)colloquial
天氣Chinesenounweather
天氣Chinesenounlight and clear airliterary
天氣Chinesenounairliterary
天氣Chinesenoundestiny; fateliterary
天氣Chinesenounthe day (as an approximate time); time of the daydialectal
天氣Chinesenounperiod of timedialectal
天氣Chinesenounhazy weather before rainJin
天氣ChinesenounsunMandarin Xining
姣查某Chinesenounslut; whore; loose woman (sexually promiscuous woman)Hokkien
姣查某Chinesenounfemale prostitute; whoreHokkien Philippines
意見Chinesenounopinion; idea; proposal; suggestion; view; advice (Classifier: 點/点 m; 條/条 m)
意見Chinesenounobjection; different opinion; bone to pick
打頭陣Chineseverbto fight in the van; to spearhead the attack
打頭陣Chineseverbto take the leadfiguratively
搬運Chineseverbto carry; to transport; to freight
搬運Chineseverbto reprint a video from another website, especially from websites outside China (usually blocked websites, e.g. YouTube) to those in ChinaInternet
有理Chineseverbto be reasonable; to be well-founded; to be rational
有理Chineseadjreasonable; well-founded; rational
有理Chineseadjrationalmathematics sciences
本命Chinesenounthe heavenly stem and earthly branch associated with a person's birth year
本命ChinesenounShort for 本命年 (běnmìngnián, “zodiac year”).abbreviation alt-of
本命Chinesenounone's favouriteneologism slang
本命Chinesenounmost expected candidateACG video-games
Chinesecharacterwooden handcuffs; manacles; fettershistorical
Chinesecharacterto handcuff; to take into custodyarchaic
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 覺/觉 (“tall and big; upright; honest”)alt-of alternative obsolete
浪漫Chineseadjindulgent; unrestrained; at will; wantonliterary
浪漫ChineseadjAlternative term for 爛漫/烂漫 (lànmàn, “bright-coloured; brilliant”).alt-of alternative literary often
浪漫Chineseadjromantic
浪漫Chineseadjdissolute; debauched; voluptuous; loosebroadly
浮雲Japanesenouna drifting or floating cloud
浮雲Japaneseproverbinstability
浮雲Japanesenamea novel by Futabatei Shimei (see The Drifting Cloud on Wikipedia.Wikipedia)
浮雲Japanesenamea novel by Fumiko Hayashi
浮雲Japanesenouna drifting or floating cloud
浮雲Japaneseproverbinstability
滾水Chinesenounboiling water; very hot waterCantonese Hakka Malaysia Singapore
滾水Chinesenounboiling water; boiled waterdialectal
滾水Chinesenounhot waterCantonese Hakka Puxian-Min dialectal
滾水ChineseintjUsed to ask someone in the way to move aside.Cantonese
Chinesecharacterfill up
Chinesecharacterto stuff
狼戾Chineseadjwith a savageness like that of a wolfarchaic
狼戾Chineseadjmessily piled up; scattered in a disorderly manner
狼戾Chineseadjunreasonable and rudeCantonese colloquial
猛子Chinesenoundive (Classifier: 個/个 m)Mandarin
猛子Chinesenountall person (Classifier: 個/个 g)Gan Nanchang
猛子Chinesenounimpetuous personXiang
猛子Chinesenouncourageous personXiang
環境Chinesenounenvironment (place in which people, animals and plants live); surroundings (Classifier: 個/个 m)
環境Chinesenounenvironment (setting or conditions in which an activity is carried out)
環境Chinesenouncircumstances; context
畏途Chinesenoundangerous roadliterary
畏途Chinesenounperilous undertakingfiguratively literary
神器Chinesenounmagic weapon; amazing tool; best device
神器Chinesenounimperial implementliterary
神器Chinesenounthe throne; imperial powerfiguratively literary
私見Chinesenounpersonal opinion
私見Chinesenounbias; prejudice
Vietnamesecharacterchữ Hán form of di (“to change place; to move”).han
VietnamesecharacterNôm form of dời (“to move; to relocate”).han
VietnamesecharacterNôm form of đưa (“to give, to hand over”).han
精明Chineseadjshrewd; dexterous; astute
精明Chineseadjhonest; sincereliterary
精明Chineseadjclear and bright; clean and shiny; fineliterary of weather
Chinesecharacterto delay; to indulge
Chinesecharacternegligent
Chinesecharactergood; fine; well
Chinesecharactergood; virtuous; respectable
Chinesecharactergood person; virtuous person
Chinesecharacterinnate; inherent; naturalliterary
Chinesecharactervery; very much; quite
Chinesecharacterreally; certainly; surelyliterary
Chinesecharacterterm of address used by a woman for her husbandobsolete
Chinesecharactera surname: Liang
ChinesecharacterLeo (papal name)Catholicism Christianity
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 方良, alternative form of 魍魎/魍魉 (wǎngliǎng)
Chinesecharacterblood
Chinesecharacterblood relations; kinship
Chinesecharacterfirm; unyielding; ardent
Chinesecharactertearsliterary
ChinesecharacterHPvideo-games
ChinesecharacterveryNortheastern dialectal slang
行くJapaneseverbto go; to come to one's place
行くJapaneseverbto (a letter) be delivered
行くJapaneseverbto depart
行くJapaneseverbto rely (on a method)
行くJapaneseverbto age
行くJapaneseverbto go well
行くJapaneseverbAfter the て-form of a verb: / to continue to do something; to go on to do somethingauxiliary
行くJapaneseverbAfter the て-form of a verb: / to gradually do somethingauxiliary
行くJapaneseverbイく: (slang) to have an orgasm, to come, to cum
Japanesecharacterequilibriumkanji
Japanesecharactermeasuring rodkanji
Japanesecharacterscalekanji
親切Chineseadjclose (to someone); dear (to someone's heart); near and dear
親切Chineseadjkind; cordial; amiable
話事Chineseverbto be in charge; to have the final sayCantonese Guangdong Hakka
話事Chineseverbto speak; to talkGan Hakka Min-Bei
Chinesecharacterto speak; to say
Chinesecharacterto chirp; to hootof an animal
Chinesecharacterspeech; language
Chinesecharacterspoken language (contrary to written language 文)human-sciences linguistics sciences
Chinesecharacterexpression; words
Chinesecharactersaying; proverb; set phrase
Chinesecharactermovement or signal which transmits information
Chinesecharacterchirping; tweet
Chinesecharacterto tell; to informobsolete
Chinesecharacterwho; whom
Chinesecharactersomeone; anyone
Chinesecharacteranyone; whoever
Chinesecharactera surname
Chinesecharacterwho; whomMin-Nan
Chinesecharacterwho; whomHainanese Hokkien Kinmen Singapore Teochew Xiamen including
Chinesecharacterwho; whomMin-Nan Quanzhou Xiamen
Chinesecharacterwho; whomMin-Nan Taichung Zhangzhou including
Chinesecharacterto slander; to defame; to vilify; to speak maliciously of others
Chinesecharacterslander; defamation; libel
Chinesecharacterslandererobsolete
Chinesecharacterto kick
Chinesecharacterto reject; to eliminate; to give someone the bootfiguratively
Chinesecharacterto kick (from a group, forum, etc.)Internet
ChinesecharacterUsed in 踢躂舞/踢跶舞.
鄉民Chinesenounvillager; country folk
鄉民Chinesenounone who likes to follow online discussions and add their opinionsInternet Taiwan
長大Chineseverbto grow up
長大Chineseverbto have a large buildliterary
陶陶Chineseadjharmonious and joyous appearanceliterary
陶陶Chineseadjlong-lastingliterary
陶陶Chineseadjyang qi thriving; ebullient; energeticliterary
雪崩Japanesenounan avalanche (large sliding mass of snow and ice), snowslide
雪崩Japanesenounan inclination
雪崩Japanesenouna collapse, crumbling
雪崩Japanesenouna rundown of glaze on a piece of pottery, usually a 茶入れ (chaire, “tea container”)
雪崩Japanesenounname of a 下座音楽 (geza ongaku)
高嶺Japanesenouna high or lofty peak, as of a mountain
高嶺Japanesenamea female given name
高嶺Japanesenamea surname
高嶺Japanesenamea placename
高嶺Japanesenamea surname
高嶺Japanesenouna high or lofty peak
ꓕꓳꓽ ꓶꓽLisunounbook
ꓕꓳꓽ ꓶꓽLisunounpaper
생각Koreannounidea
생각Koreannounthought
쌓이다Koreanverbto be scattered, to be sownintransitive
쌓이다Koreanverbto be constructedintransitive
쌓이다Koreanverbto pile, to be piled upintransitive
푼체JejunameBuddha
푼체Jejunounfan
𐍆𐌿𐌻𐌻𐍃Gothicadjfull (not empty)
𐍆𐌿𐌻𐌻𐍃Gothicadjthe whole, the entire
𑀪𑀇Prakritnounpay, wages, maintenancefeminine
𑀪𑀇Prakritnounfood given as a wagefeminine
🜘Translingualsymbolrock salt, sal gemmaealchemy pseudosciencearchaic
🜘Translingualsymbolbismuth (in the works of Torbern Bergman)alchemy pseudosciencearchaic
𢱕Chinesecharacterto pound; to strikeCantonese
𢱕Chinesecharacterto massage by strikingCantonese
𢱕Chinesecharacterto hammerCantonese
𢱕Chinesecharacterto hit and wet; to drench; to dripCantonese of rain
𢱕Chinesecharacterto type; to work on something that requires typingCantonese colloquial
𢱕Chinesecharacterrock; stone (in rock paper scissors)Cantonese
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishadjLate.
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishadjLast; long-delayed.obsolete
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishadjLast made; hence, made of refuse; inferior.
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounA gap, a delay; an interval created by something not keeping up; a latency.countable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounDelay; latency.uncountable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounOne sentenced to transportation for a crime.Britain archaic countable slang uncountable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounA prisoner, a criminal.Britain countable slang uncountable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounA period of imprisonment.countable slang uncountable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounA method of deciding which player is to start. Both players simultaneously strike a cue ball from the baulk line to hit the top cushion and rebound down the table; the player whose ball finishes closest to the baulk cushion wins.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle snooker sportscountable uncountable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounOne who lags; that which comes in last.countable uncountable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounThe fag-end; the rump; hence, the lowest class.countable uncountable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounA stave of a cask, drum, etc.; especially (engineering) one of the narrow boards or staves forming the covering of a cylindrical object, such as a boiler, or the cylinder of a carding machine or steam engine.countable uncountable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishnounA bird, the greylag.countable uncountable
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishverbTo fail to keep up (the pace), to fall behind.
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishverbTo cover (for example, pipes) with felt strips or similar material (referring to a time lag effect in thermal transfer).
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishverbTo respond slowly.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences video-gamesinformal
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishverbTo transport as a punishment for crime.UK archaic slang
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishverbTo arrest or apprehend.UK archaic slang
(Internet) bad connection, loss of connectionlagEnglishverbTo cause to lag; to slacken.transitive
(as intensifier) sheherselfEnglishpronHer; the female object of a verb or preposition that also appears as the subject.feminine personal pronoun reflexive singular third-person
(as intensifier) sheherselfEnglishpronShe; an intensive repetition of the female subject, often used to indicate the exclusiveness of that person as the only satisfier of the predicate.emphatic feminine personal pronoun singular third-person
(as intensifier) sheherselfEnglishpronThe subject or non-reflexive object of a predicate; she (used of upper-class ladies, or sarcastically, of women who imagine themselves to be more important than others)Ireland feminine personal pronoun singular third-person
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounA coming to; the act of acceding and becoming joined.countable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounIncrease by something added; that which is added; augmentation from without.countable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounA mode of acquiring property, by which the owner of a corporeal substance which receives an addition by growth, or by labor, has a right to the part or thing added, or the improvement (provided the thing is not changed into a different species).lawcountable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounThe act by which one power becomes party to engagements already in force between other powers.lawcountable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounThe act of coming to or reaching a throne, an office, or dignity.countable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounThe invasion, approach, or commencement of a disease; a fit or paroxysm.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounAgreement.countable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounAccess; admittance.countable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounA group of plants of the same species collected at a single location, often held in genebanks.countable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishnounComplicity, concurrence or assent in some action.Scotland countable uncountable
(legal) mode of acquiring propertyaccessionEnglishverbTo make a record of (additions to a collection).transitive
(transitive) to remove a piece by breaking or snappingbreak offEnglishverbTo remove a piece from a whole by breaking or snapping.transitive
(transitive) to remove a piece by breaking or snappingbreak offEnglishverbTo become detached by breaking or snapping.intransitive
(transitive) to remove a piece by breaking or snappingbreak offEnglishverbTo discontinue abruptly.transitive
(transitive) to remove a piece by breaking or snappingbreak offEnglishverbTo end abruptly, either temporarily or permanently.intransitive
(transitive) to remove a piece by breaking or snappingbreak offEnglishverbTo play the first shot in a frame of snooker, billiards or pool.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle snooker sportsintransitive transitive
*xorostь (“beauty, pleasantness; convenience”)xarъProto-Slavicadjgloomy, darkreconstruction
*xorostь (“beauty, pleasantness; convenience”)xarъProto-Slavicadjdilapidated, shabbyreconstruction
2.play alongEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see play, along.
2.play alongEnglishverbTo take part in a charade, deception, or practical joke.idiomatic
A member of the Church of the NazareneNazareneEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Nazareth or its people.not-comparable
A member of the Church of the NazareneNazareneEnglishadjOf or relating to the Church of the Nazarene.not-comparable
A member of the Church of the NazareneNazareneEnglishnounA person from Nazareth.
A member of the Church of the NazareneNazareneEnglishnounA member of the Jewish sect of the Nazarenes.historical
A member of the Church of the NazareneNazareneEnglishnounA member of the Church of the Nazarene.
A member of the Church of the NazareneNazareneEnglishnamean epithet of Jesus Christas “the Nazarene” usually
Amazon parrotamatsoniFinnishnounamazon
Amazon parrotamatsoniFinnishnounAmazon parrot (parrot of the genus Amazona)
An excrescence or protuberance growing the trunks of some treesbollEnglishnounThe rounded seed-bearing capsule of a cotton or flax plant.
An excrescence or protuberance growing the trunks of some treesbollEnglishnounA protuberance or excrescence growing on the trunks of some trees, a burl.
An excrescence or protuberance growing the trunks of some treesbollEnglishnounAn old dry measure equal to six bushels.Scotland
An excrescence or protuberance growing the trunks of some treesbollEnglishverbTo form a boll or seed vessel; to go to seed.
Anas acutapintailEnglishnounA pintail duck, a type of dabbling duck with a characteristic pointed tail.
Anas acutapintailEnglishnounA pintail duck, a type of dabbling duck with a characteristic pointed tail. / A northern pintail, Anas acuta, a dabbling duck of the northern hemisphere that has a long pointed tail.
Anas acutapintailEnglishnounA pin-tailed snipe, Gallinago stenura.
Anas acutapintailEnglishnounAny of various species of libellulid dragonfly of the genus Acisoma, endemic to Africa and Asia.
Anas acutapintailEnglishnounThe end of a fastening pin or mandrel on a Huckbolt or pop rivet that is broken off when installation is complete.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
Anas acutapintailEnglishnounA surfboard with a pointed back end.hobbies lifestyle sports surfing
Any species of Pantherophisblack snakeEnglishnounAny of certain snakes that are black in colour: / Any species of Pseudechis, a genus of Australian snakes.
Any species of Pantherophisblack snakeEnglishnounAny of certain snakes that are black in colour: / Crotalus oreganus, a venomous North American pit viper species of snake.
Any species of Pantherophisblack snakeEnglishnounAny of certain snakes that are black in colour: / Agkistrodon piscivorus, a venomous North American pit viper species of snake.
Any species of Pantherophisblack snakeEnglishnounAny of certain snakes that are black in colour: / Coluber constrictor, a non-venomous North and Central American species of snake.
Any species of Pantherophisblack snakeEnglishnounAny of certain snakes that are black in colour: / Pantherophis alleghaniensis, a North American colubrid species of snake.
Any species of Pantherophisblack snakeEnglishnounAny of certain snakes that are black in colour: / Pantherophis obsoletus, a North American colubrid species of snake.
Any species of Pantherophisblack snakeEnglishnounAny of certain snakes that are black in colour: / Pantherophis spiloides, a North American colubrid species of snake.
Any species of Pantherophisblack snakeEnglishnounA kind of firework that creates a snake-like formation of ash via an intumescent reaction.
Any species of Pantherophisblack snakeEnglishnounAlternative form of blacksnake (“whip”)alt-of alternative
Bhaiksuki scriptपिटकSanskritnouna basket or box
Bhaiksuki scriptपिटकSanskritnouna granary
Bhaiksuki scriptपिटकSanskritnouna collection of writings
Bhaiksuki scriptपिटकSanskritnouna boil, blister
Bhaiksuki scriptपिटकSanskritnouna kind of ornament on Indra's banner
Bhaiksuki scriptसत्त्वSanskritnounessence
Bhaiksuki scriptसत्त्वSanskritnoungoodness
Bhaiksuki scriptसत्त्वSanskritnounspirit
Bhaiksuki scriptसत्त्वSanskritnounexistence
Bhaiksuki scriptसत्त्वSanskritnounbeing, entity, creature
Bhaiksuki scriptसत्त्वSanskritnounreality
Briton or EnglishmanpomEnglishnounAn Englishman; a Briton; a person of British descent.Australia New-Zealand South-Africa derogatory mildly slang
Briton or EnglishmanpomEnglishnounA cocktail containing pomegranate juice and vodka.
Canadian Broadcasting CorporationCBCEnglishnameInitialism of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.broadcasting media radio televisionCanada abbreviation alt-of initialism
Canadian Broadcasting CorporationCBCEnglishnameInitialism of Chubu-Nippon Broadcasting Company.broadcasting media radio televisionJapan abbreviation alt-of initialism
Canadian Broadcasting CorporationCBCEnglishnameInitialism of Congressional Black Caucus.US abbreviation alt-of initialism
Canadian Broadcasting CorporationCBCEnglishnounInitialism of Canadian-born Chinese.Canada US abbreviation alt-of initialism
Canadian Broadcasting CorporationCBCEnglishnounInitialism of complete blood count.medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
Form I: بَاضَ (bāḍa); Active participleب ي ضArabicrootRelated to eggsmorpheme
Form I: بَاضَ (bāḍa); Active participleب ي ضArabicrootRelated to whitenessmorpheme
Form II: سَعَّفَ (saʕʕafa, “mix incenses with aromatic oils”); Verbal nounس ع فArabicrootrelated to help, aidmorpheme
Form II: سَعَّفَ (saʕʕafa, “mix incenses with aromatic oils”); Verbal nounس ع فArabicrootrelated to sores and cracking skinmorpheme
Form III: خَاطَبَ (ḵāṭaba, “to address, speak to”)خ ط بArabicrootrelated to speechesmorpheme
Form III: خَاطَبَ (ḵāṭaba, “to address, speak to”)خ ط بArabicrootrelated to proposing marriagemorpheme
Form IV: أَفْحَشَ (ʔafḥaša)ف ح شArabicrootgrossness / excessiveness, excessive behaviormorpheme
Form IV: أَفْحَشَ (ʔafḥaša)ف ح شArabicrootgrossness / enormousness, immoderatenessmorpheme
Form IV: أَفْحَشَ (ʔafḥaša)ف ح شArabicrootgrossness / foulness, obscenity, indecency; uglinessmorpheme
Form VI: تَلَاحَنَ (talāḥana, “to employ barbarism in speaking with each other”)ل ح نArabicrootrelated to rendering sounds by which something or someone is recognizedmorpheme
Form VI: تَلَاحَنَ (talāḥana, “to employ barbarism in speaking with each other”)ل ح نArabicrootrelated to quickwittednessmorpheme
Form VIII: اِنْتَخَلَ (intaḵala, “to sift”); Verbal nounن خ لArabicrootrelated to palmsmorpheme
Form VIII: اِنْتَخَلَ (intaḵala, “to sift”); Verbal nounن خ لArabicrootrelated to siftingmorpheme
GodOur FatherEnglishnameGod.Christianity
GodOur FatherEnglishname(Our Father) The Lord's Prayer, which begins with these words.Christianity
Greek dishspanakopitaEnglishnounA Greek dish made with pre-cooked spinach, butter, olive oil, cheese, green onions, egg and seasoning in phyllo pastry.countable uncountable
Greek dishspanakopitaEnglishnounThe same or similar dishes made without cheese.countable uncountable
Judaizer (in its multiple senses)JudaizerEnglishnounSomeone who Judaizes.
Judaizer (in its multiple senses)JudaizerEnglishnounOne who conforms to or inculcates Judaism.archaic
Judaizer (in its multiple senses)JudaizerEnglishnounOne of the Jews who accepted Christianity but still adhered to the law of Moses and worshipped in the temple at Jerusalem.historical
Manchu scriptअर्च्Sanskritrootto shinemorpheme
Manchu scriptअर्च्Sanskritrootto praisemorpheme
Manchu scriptअर्च्Sanskritadjshining, brilliant
Manchu scriptत्वेषSanskritadjvehement, impetuous; causing fear, awful, fierce
Manchu scriptत्वेषSanskritadjbrilliant, glittering, lustrous
Manchu scriptहृष्Sanskritrootto be excited or impatient or anxious, rejoice in the prospect ofmorpheme
Manchu scriptहृष्Sanskritrootto speak or affirm falsely, liemorpheme
Manchu scriptहृष्Sanskritrootto thrill with rapture, exult, be glad or pleasedmorpheme
Manchu scriptहृष्Sanskritrootto become sexually excited, arousedmorpheme
Manchu scriptहृष्Sanskritrootto become erect or stiff or rigid, bristle (said of the hairs of the body etc.)morpheme
Manchu scriptहृष्Sanskritrootto become on edgemorpheme
Manchu scriptសំស្ក្ឫតSanskritadjKhmer script form of संस्कृतKhmer character form-of
Manchu scriptសំស្ក្ឫតSanskritnounKhmer script form of संस्कृतKhmer character form-of
Manchu scriptសំស្ក្ឫតSanskritprefixKhmer script form of संस्कृतKhmer character form-of morpheme
Nandinagari scriptतातSanskritnoundaddy, papa
Nandinagari scriptतातSanskritnouna term of affection addressed to a junior or senior, addressed to several personsin vocative case
Nandinagari scriptतीव्रSanskritadjstrong, severe, violent, intense, hot, pervading, excessive, ardent, sharp, acute, pungent, horrible
Nandinagari scriptतीव्रSanskritnounsharpness, pungency
New Year's Day番仔正ChinesenounNew Year's Day (Gregorian calendar)Quanzhou Xiamen Zhangzhou-Hokkien
New Year's Day番仔正ChinesenounEid, especially Eid al-FitrPenang-Hokkien
Obsolete typographyspringaSwedishverbto run (move quickly on legs)
Obsolete typographyspringaSwedishverbto jumparchaic
Obsolete typographyspringaSwedishnouna crack, cranny (narrow elongated opening)common-gender
Obsolete typographyspringaSwedishnounvagina, vulvacommon-gender informal
Proto-Balto-Slavic: *pasdaipósProto-Indo-Europeanadvafterwards, postreconstruction
Proto-Balto-Slavic: *pasdaipósProto-Indo-Europeanadvby, atreconstruction
Provinces of the NetherlandsLimburgEnglishnameA province of the Netherlands.countable uncountable
Provinces of the NetherlandsLimburgEnglishnameA province of Belgium.countable uncountable
Provinces of the NetherlandsLimburgEnglishnameThe undivided province (1815–1839).countable historical uncountable
Provinces of the NetherlandsLimburgEnglishnameThe historic duchy (which the name of the province(s) was meant to preserve).countable historical uncountable
Provinces of the NetherlandsLimburgEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
Quercus rubrared oakEnglishnounAn oak tree with wood of a red tint, with leaves that have pointed lobes, Quercus rubra, native to eastern North America.countable usually
Quercus rubrared oakEnglishnounA similar tree of any of the many species in Quercus subg. Quercus, section Lobatae, found mostly in North America.countable usually
Quercus rubrared oakEnglishnounCarnarvonia araliifolia, a rainforest tree from Australia.Australia countable usually
Quercus rubrared oakEnglishnounWood from such trees.uncountable usually
Quercus rubrared oakEnglishnounAgkistrodon contortrix, a venomous snake species found in North America.countable uncountable
Siddham scriptफुल्लSanskritnouna full-blown flower
Siddham scriptफुल्लSanskritadjsplit or cleft open, expanded, blown (as a flower)
Siddham scriptफुल्लSanskritadjabounding in flowers, flowery
Siddham scriptफुल्लSanskritadjopened wide, dilated (as eyes)
Siddham scriptफुल्लSanskritadjpuffed, expanded, inflated (as cheeks)
Siddham scriptफुल्लSanskritadjloose (as a garment)
Siddham scriptफुल्लSanskritadjbeaming, smiling (as a face)
Siddham scriptशिक्Sanskritnounnominative singular of शिच् (śic)form-of nominative singular
Siddham scriptशिक्Sanskritnounvocative singular of शिच् (śic)form-of singular vocative
Siddham script𑒮𑓀𑒮𑓂𑒏𑒵𑒞SanskritadjTirhuta script form of संस्कृतTirhuta character form-of
Siddham script𑒮𑓀𑒮𑓂𑒏𑒵𑒞SanskritnounTirhuta script form of संस्कृतTirhuta character form-of
Siddham script𑒮𑓀𑒮𑓂𑒏𑒵𑒞SanskritprefixTirhuta script form of संस्कृतTirhuta character form-of morpheme
Something that must be gained in order to gain something elseprerequisiteEnglishadjRequired as a prior condition of something else; necessary or indispensable.not-comparable
Something that must be gained in order to gain something elseprerequisiteEnglishnounSomething that is required as necessary or indispensable, or as a prior condition of something else.
Something that must be gained in order to gain something elseprerequisiteEnglishnounIn education, a course or topic that must be completed before another course or topic can be started. May be colloquially referred to as a prereq.
The allowed maximal time for a process to end normallytimeoutEnglishnounThe allowed maximal time for a process to end normally.communication communications
The allowed maximal time for a process to end normallytimeoutEnglishnounThe intentional termination of an incomplete task after a time limit considered long enough for it to end normally.communication communications
The allowed maximal time for a process to end normallytimeoutEnglishnounAlternative form of time-outhobbies lifestyle sportsalt-of alternative
The state of being diffident, timid or shy; reticence or self-effacementdiffidenceEnglishnounThe state of being diffident, timid or shy; reticence or self-effacement.countable uncountable
The state of being diffident, timid or shy; reticence or self-effacementdiffidenceEnglishnounMistrust, distrust, lack of confidence in someone or something.countable obsolete uncountable
To spattersplatterEnglishnounAn uneven shape or mess created by something dispersing on impact.countable uncountable
To spattersplatterEnglishnounA genre of gory horror.attributive uncountable
To spattersplatterEnglishnounSpurious emissions resulting from an abrupt change in a transmitted radio signal.broadcasting media radiouncountable
To spattersplatterEnglishverbTo splash; to scatter; to land or strike in an uneven, distributed mess.intransitive
To spattersplatterEnglishverbTo cause (something) to splatter.transitive
To spattersplatterEnglishverbTo spatter (something or somebody).transitive
TranslationsDoggerlandEnglishnameA former landmass in the southern North Sea which connected the island of Great Britain to mainland Europe during the last ice age.
TranslationsDoggerlandEnglishnameBy restriction, the region around the Dogger Hills (later, Dogger Island; now Dogger Bank)
US stateAlaskaEnglishnameA state of the United States, formerly a territory. Capital: Juneau. Postal code: AK, largest city: Anchorage.
US stateAlaskaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States, named for the state or territory. / A township in Beltrami County, Minnesota.
US stateAlaskaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States, named for the state or territory. / An unincorporated community in Morgan and Owen counties, Indiana.
US stateAlaskaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States, named for the state or territory. / An unincorporated community in Cibola County, New Mexico.
US stateAlaskaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States, named for the state or territory. / An unincorporated community in Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.
US stateAlaskaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States, named for the state or territory. / An unincorporated community in Northumberland County, Pennsylvania.
US stateAlaskaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States, named for the state or territory. / An unincorporated community in Fayette County, West Virginia.
US stateAlaskaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States, named for the state or territory. / An unincorporated community in Kewaunee County, Wisconsin.
US stateAlaskaEnglishnounEllipsis of baked Alaska.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
Ukrainian«TranslingualpunctUsed as a quotation mark in some languages. / « »punctuation
Ukrainian«TranslingualpunctUsed as a quotation mark in some languages. / » «punctuation
Women’s underpants with short legs.bloomersEnglishnounAny of several forms of women’s divided garment for the lower body.dated plural plural-only
Women’s underpants with short legs.bloomersEnglishnounWomen’s underpants with short legs; knickers or drawers.informal plural plural-only
Women’s underpants with short legs.bloomersEnglishnounplural of bloomerform-of plural
a brick capable of withstanding high temperaturesfirebrickEnglishnouna brick capable of withstanding high temperatures without deforming.
a brick capable of withstanding high temperaturesfirebrickEnglishnounThe X11 color name of RGB hexadecimal value #B22222.computer computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences science sciences
a decoration; that which adornsadornmentEnglishnounA decoration; that which adorns.countable uncountable
a decoration; that which adornsadornmentEnglishnounThe act of decorating.countable uncountable
a foreignerdayoCebuanonouna foreigner; a person from a foreign country; an alien
a foreignerdayoCebuanonounan immigrant; a person who comes to a country from another country in order to permanently settle there
a foreignerdayoCebuanonouna transient; a person who passes through a place for a short time; a traveller; a migrant worker
a foreignerdayoCebuanonouna stranger; a newcomer
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishnounA Christian house of worship; a building where Christian religious services take place.countable
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishnounChristians collectively seen as a single spiritual community; Christianity; Christendom.countable uncountable
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishnounA local group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefs, local or general.countable
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishnounA particular denomination of Christianity.countable
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishnounChristian worship held at a church; service.as bare noun countable uncountable
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishnounOrganized religion in general or a specific religion considered as a political institution.uncountable
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishnounAny religious group.countable informal uncountable
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishnounAssembly.countable obsolete uncountable
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishverbTo conduct a religious service for (a woman after childbirth, or a newly married couple).Christianityhistorical transitive
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishverb1971, Keith Thomas, Religion and the Decline of Magic, Folio Society, published 2012, page 36: Nor did it [the Church] accept that the woman should stay indoors until she had been churched. / 1971, Keith Thomas, Religion and the Decline of Magic, Folio Society, published 2012, page 36
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishverb1971, Keith Thomas, Religion and the Decline of Magic, Folio Society, published 2012, page 36: Nor did it [the Church] accept that the woman should stay indoors until she had been churched. / Nor did it [the Church] accept that the woman should stay indoors until she had been churched.
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishverbTo educate someone religiously, as in in a church.transitive
a group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefschurchEnglishintjExpressing strong agreement.slang
a member of a group of peoples in Eastern Europe speaking a Slavic languageSlavEnglishnounA member of any of the peoples of Europe who speak the Slavic languages.
a member of a group of peoples in Eastern Europe speaking a Slavic languageSlavEnglishnounThe Slavonian grebe.biology birdwatching natural-sciences ornithologyBritain
a member of a group of peoples in Eastern Europe speaking a Slavic languageSlavEnglishadjSynonym of Slavic.
a piece of clothing that is passed along for a younger sibling to usehand-me-downEnglishnounAn item that is passed along for someone else to use.
a piece of clothing that is passed along for a younger sibling to usehand-me-downEnglishnounA piece of clothing or other item which has been outgrown by an older sibling and passed down to a younger one.especially
a piece of clothing that is passed along for a younger sibling to usehand-me-downEnglishadjUsed or second-hand, passed along by its prior user.not-comparable
a piece of clothing that is passed along for a younger sibling to usehand-me-downEnglishverbTo pass along to someone else.rare
a subgenre of heavy metalblack metalEnglishnounIron, or similar metals worked by a blacksmithuncountable
a subgenre of heavy metalblack metalEnglishnounA subgenre of heavy metal employing fast tempos, shrieked vocals, highly distorted guitars, double-kick drumming, raw recording and unconventional song structure, often emphasizing antireligious and misanthropic themes.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
a subgenre of heavy metalblack metalEnglishnounAny form of extreme metal having a Satanic or anti-Christian theme.entertainment lifestyle musicdated uncountable
absence of soundquietnessEnglishnounAbsence of sound; silence or hush.countable uncountable
absence of soundquietnessEnglishnounAbsence of disturbance; calm, stillness or serenity.countable uncountable
accordancebalansereNorwegian Nynorskverbto balance (make (items) weigh up), to poise, keep one's balance
accordancebalansereNorwegian Nynorskverbto balanceeconomics science sciences
action of dropping bombs from the airbombingEnglishnounThe action of dropping bombs from the air.countable uncountable
action of dropping bombs from the airbombingEnglishnounThe action of placing and detonating bombs.countable uncountable
action of dropping bombs from the airbombingEnglishnounThe act of bombing a drug (wrapping it in a covering before swallowing it).countable uncountable
action of dropping bombs from the airbombingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of bombform-of gerund participle present
actor with a minimal partspear carrierEnglishnounA person in a play or movie with a minimal part; an extra.acting broadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theater
actor with a minimal partspear carrierEnglishnounOne who serves in a subordinate or menial role.broadly idiomatic
actor with a minimal partspear carrierEnglishnounOne who plays a leading or substantial role as a supporter, proponent, etc. representing a group, cause, or point of view.idiomatic
adversaryandstæðingurIcelandicnounadversary, foemasculine
adversaryandstæðingurIcelandicnounantagonistmasculine
adversaryandstæðingurIcelandicnounopponentmasculine
advocacy of a revision of some viewrevisionismEnglishnounThe advocacy of a revision of some accepted theory, doctrine or a view of historical events.historiography history human-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
advocacy of a revision of some viewrevisionismEnglishnounAn evolutionary form of Marxism, abandoning some of its original principles.Marxism countable derogatory uncountable
againstheretoEnglishadvTo here; to this.archaic not-comparable
againstheretoEnglishadvYet; so far.archaic not-comparable
againstheretoEnglishadvRegarding this subject.archaic not-comparable
againstob-EnglishprefixAgainst; facing; a combining prefix found in verbs of Latin origin.morpheme
againstob-EnglishprefixOf a reversed shape.biology botany natural-sciencesmorpheme
againstob-EnglishprefixObligatory; prepended to the name of a topic being mentioned to avoid accusations of being off-topic.Internet humorous informal morpheme
all sensesheterocracyEnglishnounA polycentric government
all sensesheterocracyEnglishnounA society influenced by heterosexual values
all sensesнатрапитиUkrainianverbto bump into, to stumble on [+ на (accusative)] / to bump into, to stumble onintransitive literally
all sensesнатрапитиUkrainianverbto chance upon, to come across, to encounter, to happen upon, to stumble across, to stumble upon [+ на (accusative)] (meet or find unexpectedly)broadly intransitive
all sensesнатрапитиUkrainianverbto findtransitive
all sensesнатрапитиUkrainianverbto encounter, to run into [+ на (accusative)] (adversity, difficulty, obstacle, etc.)figuratively intransitive
all the notes in the musical scalegamutEnglishnounA (normally) complete range.
all the notes in the musical scalegamutEnglishnounAll the notes in a musical scale.entertainment lifestyle music
all the notes in the musical scalegamutEnglishnounAll the colours that can be presented by a device such as a monitor or printer.
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishnounThe act of touching physically; being in close association.countable uncountable
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishnounThe establishment of communication (with).countable uncountable
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishnounThe situation of being within sight of something; visual contact.countable uncountable
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishnounA nodule designed to connect a device with something else.countable uncountable
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishnounSomeone who can be contacted, or with whom one is in communication.countable uncountable
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishnounA contact lens.countable informal uncountable
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishnounA device designed for repetitive connections.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishnounContact juggling.countable informal uncountable
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishnounThe plane between two adjacent bodies of dissimilar rock.business miningcountable uncountable
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishverbTo touch; to come into physical contact with.transitive
an act of touching physicallycontactEnglishverbTo establish communication with (something or someone).transitive
and notrather thanEnglishconjAnd not.
and notrather thanEnglishconjUsed to indicate that the following alternative is less preferred.
and notrather thanEnglishprepinstead of; in preference to.
and seeανασυγκροτώGreekverbto rebuild, reconstructeconomics science sciences
and seeανασυγκροτώGreekverbto re-form, regroup, reorganisegovernment military politics war
and seeανεμίζωGreekverbto air, ventilate
and seeανεμίζωGreekverbto winnow (cereal grains)
and seeανεμίζωGreekverbto blow, blow away (money, dreams)colloquial
angryхудSerbo-Croatianadjangryarchaic rare regional
angryхудSerbo-Croatianadjbadarchaic rare regional
angryхудSerbo-Croatianadjevilarchaic rare regional
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo deal effectively with something, especially if difficult.intransitive
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo cut and form a mitred joint in wood or metal.
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo clip the beak or talons of a bird.falconry hobbies hunting lifestyle
any coveringcopeEnglishnounA coping mechanism or self-delusion one clings to in order to endure a hopeless situation.
any coveringcopeEnglishintjExpression of spite towards someone who suffered a major setback.derogatory
any coveringcopeEnglishnounA long, loose cloak worn by a priest, deacon, or bishop when presiding over a ceremony other than the Mass.
any coveringcopeEnglishnounAny covering such as a canopy or a mantle.
any coveringcopeEnglishnounThe vault or canopy of the skies, heavens etc.literary
any coveringcopeEnglishnounA covering piece on top of a wall exposed to the weather, usually made of metal, masonry, or stone, and sloped to carry off water.business construction manufacturing
any coveringcopeEnglishnounThe top part of a sand casting mold.
any coveringcopeEnglishnounAn ancient tribute due to the lord of the soil, out of the lead mines in Derbyshire, England.
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo cover (a joint or structure) with coping.transitive
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo form a cope or arch; to arch or bend; to bow.intransitive
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo bargain for; to buy.obsolete
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo exchange or barter.obsolete
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo make return for; to requite; to repay.obsolete
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo match oneself against; to meet; to encounter.obsolete
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo encounter; to meet; to have to do with.obsolete
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo tie or sew up the mouth of a ferret used for hunting rabbits.dialectal obsolete
any coveringcopeEnglishverbTo silence or prevent from speaking.figuratively obsolete
any great, insatiable or perilous openingmawEnglishnounThe stomach, especially of an animal.archaic
any great, insatiable or perilous openingmawEnglishnounThe upper digestive tract (where food enters the body), especially the mouth and jaws of a fearsome and ravenous creature.
any great, insatiable or perilous openingmawEnglishnounThe mouth.derogatory slang
any great, insatiable or perilous openingmawEnglishnounAny large, insatiable or perilous opening.
any great, insatiable or perilous openingmawEnglishnounAppetite; inclination.
any great, insatiable or perilous openingmawEnglishnounThe swim bladder of a fish, especially when used as food in Chinese cuisine.
any great, insatiable or perilous openingmawEnglishnounMother.colloquial dialectal
any great, insatiable or perilous openingmawEnglishnounA gull.
any more or less formal team working for joint purposeworking groupEnglishnounAn interdisciplinary collaboration of researchers working on new research activities that would be difficult to develop under traditional funding mechanisms such as federal agencies.
any more or less formal team working for joint purposeworking groupEnglishnounAny more or less formal team working for a specific purpose.
anything which radiates or emits raysradiatorEnglishnounAnything which radiates or emits rays.
anything which radiates or emits raysradiatorEnglishnounA device that lowers engine coolant temperature by conducting heat to the air, through metal fins.automotive transport vehicles
anything which radiates or emits raysradiatorEnglishnounA finned metal fixture that carries hot water or steam in order to heat a room.of buildings
anything which radiates or emits raysradiatorEnglishnounA type of antenna.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishnounInfluence or effectiveness, especially political.countable informal uncountable
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishnounA blow with the hand.countable informal regional uncountable
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishnounA home run.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable informal uncountable
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishnounThe center of the butt at which archers shoot; probably once a piece of white cloth or a nail head.archery government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warcountable uncountable
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishnounA swaddling cloth.countable dated regional uncountable
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishnounA cloth; a piece of cloth or leather; a patch; a rag.archaic countable uncountable
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishnounAn iron plate on an axletree or other wood to keep it from wearing; a washer.archaic countable uncountable
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishnounA clout nail.countable uncountable
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishnounA piece; a fragment.countable obsolete uncountable
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishverbTo hit, especially with the fist.
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishverbTo cover with cloth, leather, or other material; to bandage, patch, or mend with a clout.
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishverbTo stud with nails, as a timber, or a boot sole.
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishverbTo guard with an iron plate, as an axletree.
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishverbTo join or patch clumsily.
archery: center of the buttcloutEnglishverbDated form of clot.alt-of dated
aromatic drinksaloopEnglishnounAn aromatic drink originally prepared from salep and later from sassafras bark with other ingredients such as milk and sugar added, which was once popular in London, England.dated uncountable usually
aromatic drinksaloopEnglishnounThe berry saltbush or red berry saltbush (Chenopodium hastatum, syn. Einadia hastata and Rhagodia hastata), a small plant found in coastal and inland areas of eastern Australia.uncountable usually
aromatic drinksaloopEnglishnounAlternative form of salep (“starch or jelly made from orchid plants”).alt-of alternative uncountable usually
artistic failure through trivialitybathosEnglishnounOverdone or treacly attempts to inspire pathos.uncountable usually
artistic failure through trivialitybathosEnglishnounDepth.uncommon uncountable usually
artistic failure through trivialitybathosEnglishnounRisible failure on the part of a work of art to properly affect its audience, particularly owing to: / anticlimax: an abrupt transition in style or subject from high to low.literature media publishinguncountable usually
artistic failure through trivialitybathosEnglishnounRisible failure on the part of a work of art to properly affect its audience, particularly owing to: / banality: unaffectingly clichéd or trite treatment of a topic.literature media publishinguncountable usually
artistic failure through trivialitybathosEnglishnounRisible failure on the part of a work of art to properly affect its audience, particularly owing to: / immaturity: lack of serious treatment of a topic.literature media publishinguncountable usually
artistic failure through trivialitybathosEnglishnounRisible failure on the part of a work of art to properly affect its audience, particularly owing to: / hyperbole: excessivenessliterature media publishinguncountable usually
artistic failure through trivialitybathosEnglishnounRisible failure on the part of a work of art to properly affect its audience, particularly owing to: / Risible failure on the part of a work of art to properly affect its audience, particularly owing toliterature media publishinguncountable usually
artistic failure through trivialitybathosEnglishnounThe ironic use of such failure for satiric or humorous effect.literature media publishinguncountable usually
artistic failure through trivialitybathosEnglishnounA nadir, a low point particularly in one's career.uncommon uncountable usually
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounA knot, knob, protuberance or swelling.
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounThe point where the orbit of a planet, as viewed from the Sun, intersects the ecliptic. The ascending and descending nodes refer respectively to the points where the planet moves from South to North and N to S; their respective symbols are ☊ and ☋.astronomy natural-sciences
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounA leaf node.biology botany natural-sciences
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounA computer or other device attached to a network.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounThe point at which the lines of a funicular machine meet from different angular directions.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounThe point at which a curve crosses itself, being a double point of the curve. See crunode and acnode.geometry mathematics sciences
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounA similar point on a surface, where there is more than one tangent-plane.geometry mathematics sciences
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounA vertex or a leaf in a graph of a network, or other element in a data structure.graph-theory mathematics sciences
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounA hard concretion or incrustation which forms upon bones attacked with rheumatism, gout, or syphilis; sometimes also, a swelling in the neighborhood of a joint.medicine sciences
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounA point along a standing wave where the wave has minimal amplitude.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounThe knot, intrigue, or plot of a dramatic work.rare
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounA hole in the gnomon of a sundial, through which passes the ray of light which marks the hour of the day, the parallels of the Sun's declination, his place in the ecliptic, etc.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technical
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounThe word of interest in a KWIC, surrounded by left and right cotexts.computational computing engineering human-sciences linguistics mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
astronomy: where the orbit of a planet intersects the eclipticnodeEnglishnounA region of an electric circuit connected only by (ideal) wires (i.e the voltage between any two points on the same node must be zero).business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
at onceoutrightEnglishadvWholly, completely and entirely.not-comparable
at onceoutrightEnglishadvOpenly and without reservation.not-comparable
at onceoutrightEnglishadvAt once.not-comparable
at onceoutrightEnglishadvWith no outstanding conditions.not-comparable
at onceoutrightEnglishadvBlatantly; inexcusably; unambiguously.informal not-comparable
at onceoutrightEnglishadjUnqualified and unreserved.not-comparable
at onceoutrightEnglishadjTotal or complete.not-comparable
at onceoutrightEnglishadjHaving no outstanding conditions.not-comparable
at onceoutrightEnglishverbTo release a player outright, without conditions.hobbies lifestyle sports
authoritative media (newspaper of record)of recordEnglishprep_phraseOfficially or publicly recorded or documented.
authoritative media (newspaper of record)of recordEnglishprep_phraseRegarded as authoritative.of a periodical
bacteriologyfimbriaEnglishnounA series of threads or other projections resembling a fringe. / An individual thread in a fimbria, especially a fingerlike projection around the ovarian end of the Fallopian tube.anatomy biology medicine natural-sciences sciencesplural-normally
bacteriologyfimbriaEnglishnounA series of threads or other projections resembling a fringe. / A hairlike appendage found on the cell surface of many bacteria; used by the bacteria to adhere to one another, to animal cells and to some inanimate objects.bacteriology biology microbiology natural-sciences
badkehnoIngrianadjthin, slim
badkehnoIngrianadjbad, poor (of bad quality)
banishrelegoLatinverbto gather, collect again, recoverconjugation-3
banishrelegoLatinverbto travel, traverse or sail over or through againconjugation-3
banishrelegoLatinverbto go over or go through again in reading, speech, thought, read, relate or recite again, revise, recountconjugation-3
banishrelegoLatinverbto despatch, send awayconjugation-1
banishrelegoLatinverbto banish, remove to a distanceconjugation-1
banishrelegoLatinverbto put aside, reject, remove; shiftconjugation-1 figuratively
banishrelegoLatinverbto refer (to a book or author), attribute, ascribeconjugation-1 figuratively
banishrelegoLatinverbto bequeathconjugation-1
become dry and hardseasonEnglishnounEach of the four divisions of a year: spring, summer, autumn (fall) and winter
become dry and hardseasonEnglishnounA part of a year when something particular happens.
become dry and hardseasonEnglishnounA period of the year in which a place is most busy or frequented for business, amusement, etc.
become dry and hardseasonEnglishnounThe period over which a series of Test matches are played.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
become dry and hardseasonEnglishnounThat which gives relish; seasoning.obsolete
become dry and hardseasonEnglishnounA group of episodes of a television or radio program broadcast in regular intervals with a long break between each group, usually with one year between the beginning of each.broadcasting mediaAustralia Canada US
become dry and hardseasonEnglishnounAn extended, undefined period of time.archaic
become dry and hardseasonEnglishnounThe full set of downloadable content for a game, which can be purchased with a season pass.video-games
become dry and hardseasonEnglishnounA fixed period of time in a massively multiplayer online game in which new content (themes, rules, modes, etc.) becomes available, sometimes replacing earlier content.video-games
become dry and hardseasonEnglishverbTo habituate, accustom, or inure (someone or something) to a particular use, purpose, or circumstance.transitive
become dry and hardseasonEnglishverbTo prepare by drying or hardening, or removal of natural juices.broadly transitive
become dry and hardseasonEnglishverbTo become mature; to grow fit for use; to become adapted to a climate.intransitive
become dry and hardseasonEnglishverbTo become dry and hard, by the escape of the natural juices, or by being penetrated with other substance.intransitive
become dry and hardseasonEnglishverbTo mingle: to moderate, temper, or qualify by admixture.transitive
become dry and hardseasonEnglishverbTo impregnate (literally or figuratively).obsolete
become dry and hardseasonEnglishverbTo flavour food with spices, herbs or salt.transitive
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishprepAt the bottom of or in the area covered or surmounted by.
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishprepAt the bottom of or in the area covered or surmounted by. / Below the surface of.
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishprepFrom one side of to the other, passing beneath.
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishprepLess than.
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishprepSubordinate to; subject to the control of; in accordance with; in compliance with.
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishprepWithin the category, classification or heading of.
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishprepIn the face of; in response to (some attacking force).figuratively
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishprepUsing or adopting (a name, identity, etc.).
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishadvIn or to a lower or subordinate position, or a position beneath or below something, physically or figuratively.not-comparable
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishadvSo as to pass beneath something.not-comparable
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishadvInsufficiently.in-compounds not-comparable usually
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishadvIn or into an unconscious state.informal not-comparable
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishadjLower; beneath something.
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishadjIn a state of subordination, submission or defeat.
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishadjUnder anesthesia, especially general anesthesia; sedated.medicine sciencescolloquial
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishadjInsufficient or lacking in a particular respect.informal
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishadjDown to defeat, ruin, or death.
beneath the surface ofunderEnglishnounThe amount by which an actual total is less than the expected or required amount.
biblical ApostleNathanaelEnglishnameAn Apostle in the Gospel of John; usually identified with Bartholomew.
biblical ApostleNathanaelEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew; more common in the form Nathaniel.
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishnounA large ship used for transportation; (more generally) a large ship that is difficult to manoeuvre.nautical transportarchaic
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishnounA non-functional but floating ship, usually stripped of equipment and rigging, and often put to other uses such as accommodation or storage.nautical transportbroadly
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishnounA large structure with a dominating presence.figuratively
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishnounA big (and possibly clumsy) person.figuratively
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishnounA big (and possibly clumsy) person. / An excessively muscled person.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sportsfiguratively
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishverbTo reduce (a ship) to a non-functional hulk.nautical transporttransitive
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishverbTo temporarily house (goods, people, etc.) in such a hulk.nautical transporttransitive
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishverbTo move (a large, hulking body).transitive
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishverbTo be a hulk, that is, a large, hulking, and often imposing presence.intransitive
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishverbOf a (large) person: to act or move slowly and clumsily.intransitive
big (and possibly clumsy) personhulkEnglishverbTo remove the entrails of; to disembowel.dialectal transitive
big talk大言Chineseverbto speak loudlyliterary
big talk大言Chineseverbto make grandiose statementsliterary
big talk大言Chinesenounimportant remarksliterary
big talk大言Chinesenounbig talk; overstatementliterary
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounWhat something does or is used for.
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounA professional or official position.
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounAn official or social occasion.
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounAn official or social occasion. / A party.slang
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounSomething which is dependent on or stems from another thing; a result or concomitant.
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounA relation where one thing is dependent on another for its existence, value, or significance.
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounA relation in which each element of the domain is associated with exactly one element of the codomain.mathematics sciences
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounA routine that receives zero or more arguments and may return a result.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounThe physiological activity of an organ or body part.biology natural-sciences
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounThe characteristic behavior of a chemical compound.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishnounThe role of a social practice in the continued existence of the group.anthropology human-sciences sciences
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishverbTo have a function.intransitive
biology: physiological activity of an organ or body partfunctionEnglishverbTo carry out a function; to be in action.intransitive
bottlemagnumEnglishnounA bottle containing 1.5 liters of fluid, double the volume of a standard wine bottle.
bottlemagnumEnglishnounA powerful firearm cartridge, often derived from a shorter, less powerful cartridge calibre that uses the same bullet.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
bottlemagnumEnglishnounA handgun that fires a cartridge of this calibre; chiefly a revolver, but rarely an autoloader firing an unusually powerful calibre.broadly
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounThe ability or condition of shining when light is applied, inclusive of shine, sheen, polish, gloss, sparkle, etc.US countable uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounShining light, luminosity, brightness, shine.US countable figuratively uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounShining beauty, splendor, attractiveness or attraction.US countable figuratively uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounShining fame, renown, glory.US countable figuratively uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounPolish, social refinement.US countable figuratively uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounA thing exhibiting luster, particularly / Any shining body or thing.US countable literary uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounA thing exhibiting luster, particularly / A piece of glass added to a light (especially a chandelier) to increase its luster.US countable uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounA thing exhibiting luster, particularly / An ornamental light providing luster, especially a chandelier.US countable uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounA thing exhibiting luster, particularly / A substance that imparts luster to a surface, inclusive of polish, gloss, plumbago, glaze, etc.US countable uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounA thing exhibiting luster, particularly / The layer of an object that imparts luster, chiefly with regard to ceramics.US countable uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounA thing exhibiting luster, particularly / Clipping of lusterware: highly lustrous ceramics.US abbreviation alt-of clipping countable uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounA thing exhibiting luster, particularly / A kind of lustrous fabric with a wool weft and cotton, linen, or silk warp, chiefly used for women's dresses.US countable uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounA thing exhibiting luster, particularly / A glory, an act or thing that imparts fame or renown.US countable obsolete uncountable
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishverbTo have luster, to gleam, to shine.US archaic intransitive
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishverbTo gain luster, to become lustrous.US archaic intransitive
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishverbTo give luster, particularly / To make illustrious or attractive, to distinguish.US obsolete transitive
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishverbTo give luster, particularly / To coat with a lustrous material or glaze, to impart physical luster to an object.US transitive
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishverbTo shed light on, to illustrate, to show.US obsolete transitive
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishverbSynonym of lustrate, particularly / Synonym of purify, to ritually cleanse or renew.US obsolete transitive
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishverbSynonym of lustrate, particularly / Synonym of look, to look over, to survey.US obsolete transitive
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounAlternative form of lustrum: A five-year period, especially (historical) in Roman contexts.alt-of alternative
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounOne who lusts, one inflamed with lust.archaic
brilliance, attractiveness or splendorlusterEnglishnounSynonym of den: a dwelling-place in a wilderness, especially for animals.obsolete
buildingtriplexEnglishadjHaving three parts; triple or threefold. / Having three floorsarchitecturenot-comparable
buildingtriplexEnglishadjHaving three parts; triple or threefold. / Having three units, divisions, suites, apartmentsarchitecturenot-comparable
buildingtriplexEnglishnounA building with three apartments or divisions.countable uncountable
buildingtriplexEnglishnounA dwelling unit with three floors.countable uncountable
buildingtriplexEnglishnounA throwing motion where three balls are thrown with one hand at the same time.arts hobbies juggling lifestyle performing-arts sportscountable uncountable
buildingtriplexEnglishnounTriple time.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
buildingtriplexEnglishverbTo make triplex.transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA grinding apparatus for substances such as grains, seeds, etc.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounThe building housing such a grinding apparatus.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA machine used for expelling the juice, sap, etc., from vegetable tissues by pressure, or by pressure in combination with a grinding, or cutting process.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA machine for grinding and polishing.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA milling machine for machining of solid metal, wood, or plastic.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounThe raised or ridged edge or surface made in milling anything, such as a coin or screw.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA manufacturing plant for paper, steel, textiles, etc.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA building housing such a plant.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounAn establishment that handles a certain type of situation or procedure routinely, or produces large quantities of an item without much regard to quality.figuratively
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounAn institution awarding educational certificates not officially recognisedderogatory figuratively
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounAn engine.informal
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA boxing match, fistfight.informal
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA hardened steel roller with a design in relief, used for imprinting a reversed copy of the design in a softer metal, such as copper.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounAn excavation in rock, transverse to the workings, from which material for filling is obtained.business mining
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA passage underground through which ore is shot.business mining
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA milling cutter.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA prison treadmill.historical
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA typewriter used to transcribe messages received.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo grind or otherwise process in a mill or other machine.transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo shape, polish, dress or finish using a machine.transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo engrave one or more grooves or a pattern around the edge of (a cylindrical object such as a coin).transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo move about in an aimless fashion.followed by around intransitive usually
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo cause to mill, or circle around.transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo swim underwater.biology natural-sciences zoologyof air-breathing creatures
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo swim suddenly in a new direction.biology natural-sciences zoologyof a whale
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo beat; to pound.slang transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo pass through a fulling mill; to full, as cloth.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo roll (steel, etc.) into bars.transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo make (drinking chocolate) frothy, as by churning.transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo undergo hulling.intransitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo take part in a fistfight; to box.intransitive slang
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo fill (a winze or interior incline) with broken ore, to be drawn out at the bottom.business miningtransitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo commit burglary.UK obsolete
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounAn obsolete coin worth one thousandth of a US dollar, or one tenth of a cent.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounOne thousandth part, particularly in millage rates of property tax.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounAlternative form of mil (“million”)alt-of alternative informal
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA line of three matching pieces in nine men's morris and related games.
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo move (a card) from a deck to the discard pile.transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishverbTo destroy (a card) due to having a full hand.transitive
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounDiscarding a card from one's deck.countable uncountable
building housing a grinding apparatusmillEnglishnounA strategy centered on depleting the opponent's deck.countable uncountable
buyersourcererEnglishnounA source that massages information they provide to the press to fit their agendajournalism mediainformal
buyersourcererEnglishnounA procurement officer, a buyer, someone who sources goods.businessinformal
buyersourcererEnglishnounA programmer, a coder, someone who works with source code.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesinformal
capable of being avoided, shunned, or escapedavoidableEnglishadjCapable of being vacated; liable to be annulled or made invalid; voidable.
capable of being avoided, shunned, or escapedavoidableEnglishadjCapable of being avoided, shunned, or escaped.
capable of being avoided, shunned, or escapedavoidableEnglishnounSomething that can or should be avoided.
cattleViehmarktGermannounlivestock marketmasculine strong
cattleViehmarktGermannouncattle marketmasculine strong
cause of such a fall; a critical blow or errordownfallEnglishnounA precipitous decline in fortune; death or rapid deterioration, as in status or wealth.countable uncountable
cause of such a fall; a critical blow or errordownfallEnglishnounThe cause of such a fall; a critical blow or error.countable uncountable
cause of such a fall; a critical blow or errordownfallEnglishnounAn act of falling down.countable uncountable
cause of such a fall; a critical blow or errordownfallEnglishverbTo fall down; deteriorate; decline.intransitive
challengeable, disqualifiedesteellinenFinnishadjdisqualified, challengeable, contestable (deemed not to have authority over a case due to having a conflict of interest)lawnot-comparable
challengeable, disqualifiedesteellinenFinnishadjinaccessible (not having unobstructed access for people with reduced mobility)not-comparable
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishadjCapable of being moved, especially on wheels.
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishadjPertaining to or by agency of mobile phones.
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishadjCharacterized by an extreme degree of fluidity; moving or flowing with great freedom.
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishadjEasily moved in feeling, purpose, or direction; excitable; changeable; fickle.
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishadjChanging in appearance and expression under the influence of the mind.
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishadjCapable of being moved, aroused, or excited; capable of spontaneous movement.biology natural-sciences
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishnounA kinetic sculpture or decorative arrangement made of items hanging so that they can move independently from each other.art arts
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishnounEllipsis of mobile phone.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunications telephonyUK abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishnounThe internet accessed via mobile devices.Internet uncountable
characterized by an extreme degree of fluiditymobileEnglishnounOne who moves or can move (e.g. to travel).
child laborer童工Chinesenounchild labor
child laborer童工Chinesenounchild laborer
compatible with or following guidelinescompliantEnglishadjWilling to comply; submissive; willing to do what someone wants.
compatible with or following guidelinescompliantEnglishadjCompatible with or following guidelines, specifications, rules, or laws.
compressed air cameraaeroscopeEnglishnounA device used to collect dust particles, spores etc from the air for subsequent analysis.
compressed air cameraaeroscopeEnglishnounA type of compressed air camera for making films, constructed by Polish inventor Kazimierz Prószyński in 1909
computing: reel-to-reel tape machinetape driveEnglishnounA cassette drive.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences scienceshistorical
computing: reel-to-reel tape machinetape driveEnglishnounA reel-to-reel tape machine for computers.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences scienceshistorical
computing: reel-to-reel tape machinetape driveEnglishnounA cartridge-based interface for computers that reads from and/or writes to a tape.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
computing: reel-to-reel tape machinetape driveEnglishnounA drive mechanism that is used to traverse a tape.
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounA flat-bottomed vessel, of width similar to or greater than its height, used for storing or packing things, or for washing things in.
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounThe contents or capacity of such a vessel.
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounA bathtub.
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounA slow-moving craft.nautical transportinformal
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounAny structure shaped like a tub, such as a certain old form of pulpit, a short broad boat, etc.
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounA small cask.
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounAny of various historically designated quantities of goods to be sold by the tub (butter, oysters, etc).
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounA box or bucket in which coal or ore is sent up a shaft.business mining
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounA sweating in a tub; a tub fast.obsolete
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishnounA corpulent or obese person.slang
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishverbTo plant, set, or store in a tub.transitive
contents or capacity of such a vesseltubEnglishverbTo bathe in a tub.intransitive transitive
contribute money jointly with othersclub togetherEnglishverbTo contribute money jointly with others.business finance
contribute money jointly with othersclub togetherEnglishverbTo link up for a particular purpose.broadly
corticosteroidcorticosteroidEnglishnounAny of a group of steroid hormones, secreted by the adrenal cortex, that are involved in a large range of physiological systems.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciences
corticosteroidcorticosteroidEnglishnounAny of several synthetic hormones of related structure.biochemistry biology chemistry medicine microbiology natural-sciences pharmacology physical-sciences sciences
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo divide fully or partly along a more or less straight line.ergative of something solid transitive
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo break along the grain fully or partly along a more or less straight line.intransitive of something solid
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo share; to divide.transitive
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo leave.intransitive slang transitive
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo separate.intransitive of a couple
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo (cause to) break up; to throw into discord.intransitive transitive
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo factor into linear factors.algebra mathematics sciencesintransitive transitive
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo be broken; to be dashed to pieces.
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo burst out laughing.intransitive
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo divulge a secret; to betray confidence; to peach.dated intransitive slang
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbFor both teams involved in a doubleheader to win one game each and lose another.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsespecially
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishverbTo vote for candidates of opposite parties.government politicsintransitive
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishadjDivided.not-comparable
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishadjHaving the middle group equal to the direct product of the others.algebra mathematics sciencesnot-comparable of a short exact sequence
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishadjComprising half decaffeinated and half caffeinated espresso.not-comparable of coffee
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishadjDivided so as to be done or executed part at one time or price and part at another time or price.business finance stock-exchangenot-comparable of an order usually
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishadjGiven in sixteenths rather than eighths.business finance stock-exchangehistorical not-comparable of quotations
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishadjDesignating ordinary stock that has been divided into preferred ordinary and deferred ordinary.business finance stock-exchangeLondon not-comparable
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA crack or longitudinal fissure.
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA breach or separation, as in a political party; a division.
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA piece that is split off, or made thin, by splitting; a splinter; a fragment.
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounOne of the sections of a skin made by dividing it into two or more thicknesses.
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA maneuver of spreading or sliding the feet apart until the legs are flat on the floor 180 degrees apart, either sideways to the body or with one leg in front and one behind, thus lowering the body completely to the floor in an upright position.cheerleading dance dancing gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA workout routine as seen by its distribution of muscle groups or the extent and manner they are targeted in a microcycle.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sports
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA split-finger fastball.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA result of a first throw that leaves two or more pins standing with one or more pins between them knocked down.bowling hobbies lifestyle sports
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA split shot or split stroke.
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA dessert or confection resembling a banana split.
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA unit of measure used for champagne or other spirits: 18.75 centiliters or one quarter of a standard 75-centiliter bottle. Commercially comparable to ¹⁄₂₀ (US) gallon, which is ¹⁄₂ of a fifth.
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA bottle of wine containing 37.5 centiliters, half the volume of a standard 75-centiliter bottle; a demi.
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounThe elapsed time at specific intermediate points in a race.athletics hobbies lifestyle sports
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounThe elapsed time at specific intermediate points in a speedrun.video-games
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA tear resulting from tensile stresses.business construction manufacturing
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA division of a stake happening when two cards of the kind on which the stake is laid are dealt in the same turn.gambling games
crack, longitudinal fissuresplitEnglishnounA recording containing songs by multiple artists; a split single.entertainment lifestyle music
crustaceandecapodEnglishadjHaving ten legs.biology natural-sciences zoologynot-comparable
crustaceandecapodEnglishnounAny of various animals having ten legs or similar appendages, especially mollusks such as squid and cuttlefish.biology natural-sciences zoology
crustaceandecapodEnglishnounAny crustacean, of the order Decapoda, such as crabs or lobsters.biology natural-sciences zoology
crustaceandecapodEnglishnounA nickname for either the 0-10-0 or 2-10-0 train configurations. Sometimes capitalized.rail-transport railways transport
curved boneribEnglishnounAny of a series of long curved bones occurring in 12 pairs in humans and other animals and extending from the spine to or toward the sternum.anatomy medicine sciences
curved boneribEnglishnounA part or piece, similar to a rib, and serving to shape or support something.broadly
curved boneribEnglishnounA cut of meat enclosing one or more rib bones.
curved boneribEnglishnounAny of several curved members attached to a ship's keel and extending upward and outward to form the framework of the hull.nautical transport
curved boneribEnglishnounAny of several transverse pieces that provide an aircraft wing with shape and strength.aeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
curved boneribEnglishnounA long, narrow, usually arched member projecting from the surface of a structure, especially such a member separating the webs of a vaultarchitecture
curved boneribEnglishnounA raised ridge in knitted material or in cloth.business knitting manufacturing textiles
curved boneribEnglishnounThe main, or any of the prominent veins of a leaf.biology botany natural-sciences
curved boneribEnglishnounA teasing joke.
curved boneribEnglishnounA single strand of hair.Ireland colloquial
curved boneribEnglishnounA stalk of celery.
curved boneribEnglishnounA wife or woman.archaic
curved boneribEnglishverbTo shape, support, or provide something with a rib or ribs.
curved boneribEnglishverbTo tease or make fun of someone in a good-natured way.
curved boneribEnglishverbTo enclose, as if with ribs, and protect; to shut in.
curved boneribEnglishverbTo leave strips of undisturbed ground between the furrows in ploughing (land).transitive
curved boneribEnglishnounHound's-tongue (Cynoglossum officinale).biology botany natural-sciences
curved boneribEnglishnounCostmary (Tanacetum balsamita).biology botany natural-sciences
curved boneribEnglishnounWatercress (Nasturtium officinale).biology botany natural-sciences
dated termimperatorsLatviannounemperor (male monarch of an empire; his title)declension-1
dated termimperatorsLatviannounmilitary leader, later also ruler; this person's titleAncient-Rome declension-1 historical
dazzling耀眼Chineseadjdazzling; blinding; (extremely) bright
dazzling耀眼Chineseadjeye-catching
defensive structure; bulwarkrampartEnglishnounA defensive mound of earth or a wall with a broad top and usually a stone parapet; a wall-like ridge of earth, stones or debris; an embankment for defensive purpose.
defensive structure; bulwarkrampartEnglishnounA defensive structure; a protective barrier; a bulwark.
defensive structure; bulwarkrampartEnglishnounThat which defends against intrusion from outside; a protection.
defensive structure; bulwarkrampartEnglishnounA steep bank of a river or gorge.plural-normally
defensive structure; bulwarkrampartEnglishverbTo defend with a rampart; fortify or surround with a rampart.
degree of freedomscopeEnglishnounThe breadth, depth or reach of a subject; a domain.countable uncountable
degree of freedomscopeEnglishnounA 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
degree of freedomscopeEnglishnounOpportunity; broad range; degree of freedom.countable uncountable
degree of freedomscopeEnglishnounThe 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
degree of freedomscopeEnglishnounThe shortest sub-wff of which a given instance of a logical connective is a part.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
degree of freedomscopeEnglishnounThe region of an utterance to which some modifying element applies.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
degree of freedomscopeEnglishnounA periscope, telescope, microscope or oscilloscope.countable slang uncountable
degree of freedomscopeEnglishnounAny medical procedure that ends in the suffix -scopy, such as endoscopy, colonoscopy, bronchoscopy, etc.medicine sciencescolloquial countable uncountable
degree of freedomscopeEnglishverbTo perform a cursory investigation of; scope out.informal transitive
degree of freedomscopeEnglishverbTo perform any medical procedure that ends in the suffix -scopy, such as endoscopy, colonoscopy, bronchoscopy, etc.medicine sciencescolloquial
degree of freedomscopeEnglishverbTo define the scope of something.
degree of freedomscopeEnglishverbTo limit (an object or variable) to a certain region of program source code.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
degree of freedomscopeEnglishverbTo examine under a microscope.informal
degree of freedomscopeEnglishverbTo observe a bird using a spotting scope.biology birdwatching natural-sciences ornithologyinformal
degree of freedomscopeEnglishnounA bundle, as of twigs.obsolete
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjSituated close to, or even below, the ground or another normal reference plane; not high or lofty. / Pertaining to (or, especially of a language: spoken in) in an area which is at a lesser elevation, closer to sea level (especially near the sea), than other regions.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjSituated close to, or even below, the ground or another normal reference plane; not high or lofty. / Below the batter's knees.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsof a ball
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjSituated close to, or even below, the ground or another normal reference plane; not high or lofty.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjOf less than normal height or upward extent or growth, or of greater than normal depth or recession; below the average or normal level from which elevation is measured.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjOf less than normal height or upward extent or growth, or of greater than normal depth or recession; below the average or normal level from which elevation is measured. / Low-cut.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjNot high in status, esteem, or rank, dignity, or quality. (Compare vulgar.)
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjHumble, meek, not haughty.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjDisparaging; assigning little value or excellence.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjBeing a nadir, a bottom.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjDepressed in mood, dejected, sad.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjLacking health or vitality, strength or vivacity; feeble; weak.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjDead. (Compare lay low.)
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjSmall, not high (in amount or quantity, value, force, energy, etc). / Having a small or comparatively smaller concentration of (a substance, which is often but not always linked by "in" when predicative).
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjSmall, not high (in amount or quantity, value, force, energy, etc). / Depleted, or nearing deletion; lacking in supply.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjSmall, not high (in amount or quantity, value, force, energy, etc).
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjSimple in complexity or development.especially in biology
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjFavoring simplicity (see e.g. low church, Low Tory).in several set phrases
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjBeing near the equator.in several set phrases
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjGrave in pitch, due to being produced by relatively slow vibrations (wave oscillations); flat.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjQuiet; soft; not loud.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjMade with a relatively large opening between the tongue and the palate; made with (part of) the tongue positioned low in the mouth, relative to the palate.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjLesser in value than other cards, denominations, suits, etc.card-games games
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjNot rich or seasoned; offering the minimum of nutritional requirements; plain, simple.archaic
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadjDesigned for a slow (or the slowest) speed.of an automobile
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounA low point or position, literally (as, a depth) or or figuratively (as, a nadir, a time when things are at their worst, least, minimum, etc).
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounA low point or position, literally (as, a depth) or or figuratively (as, a nadir, a time when things are at their worst, least, minimum, etc). / The minimum atmospheric temperature recorded at a particular location, especially during one 24-hour period.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounA period of depression; a depressed mood or situation.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounAn area of low pressure; a depression.climatology meteorology natural-sciencesinformal
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounThe lowest-speed gearing of a power-transmission system, especially of an automotive vehicle.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounThe lowest trump, usually the deuce; the lowest trump dealt or drawn.card-games games
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounA cheap, cost-efficient, or advantageous price.accompanied by "the" slang usually
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadvClose to the ground.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadvOf a pitch, at a lower frequency.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadvWith a low voice or sound; not loudly; gently.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadvUnder the usual price; at a moderate price; cheaply.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadvIn a low mean condition; humbly; meanly.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadvIn a time approaching our own.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishadvIn a path near the equator, so that the declination is small, or near the horizon, so that the altitude is small; said of the heavenly bodies with reference to the diurnal revolution.astronomy natural-sciences
despicable thing to dolowEnglishverbTo lower; to make low.obsolete transitive
despicable thing to dolowEnglishverbsimple past of laugh.form-of obsolete past
despicable thing to dolowEnglishverbTo moo.intransitive
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounA flame; fire; blaze.Scotland UK countable dialectal
despicable thing to dolowEnglishverbTo burn; to blaze.Scotland UK dialectal
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounBarrow, mound, tumulus.
despicable thing to dolowEnglishnounA hill.Scottish archaic dialectal
despicable thing to dolowEnglishverbAlternative form of 'lowalt-of alternative
dessertbavaroiseFinnishnounbavaroise (drink)
dessertbavaroiseFinnishnounbavarois, also bavaroise (dessert)
determined by geographygeographicEnglishadjPertaining to geography (or to geographics)
determined by geographygeographicEnglishadjDetermined by geography, as opposed to magnetic (i.e. North)
dialect of TuscanyTuscanEnglishadjOf or relating to Tuscany or its inhabitants.not-comparable
dialect of TuscanyTuscanEnglishadjBelonging to the simplest of the five classical orders of architecture, being a Roman modification of the Doric style, with unfluted columns, and without triglyphs.architecturenot-comparable
dialect of TuscanyTuscanEnglishnouna person from or inhabitant of Tuscanycountable uncountable
dialect of TuscanyTuscanEnglishnouna local variety of Italian spoken in Tuscany; Standard Italian is largely based in the Tuscan dialect.countable uncountable
discardcanEnglishverbTo know how to; to be able to.auxiliary defective
discardcanEnglishverbMay; to be permitted or enabled to.auxiliary defective informal modal
discardcanEnglishverbTo have the potential to; be possible.auxiliary defective modal
discardcanEnglishverbUsed with verbs of perception.auxiliary defective
discardcanEnglishverbTo know.obsolete transitive
discardcanEnglishverbTo be (followed by a word like able, possible, allowed).India nonstandard proscribed
discardcanEnglishnounA more or less cylindrical and often metal container or vessel.
discardcanEnglishnounA container used to carry and dispense water for plants (a watering can).
discardcanEnglishnounA chamber pot.archaic
discardcanEnglishnounA chamber pot. / a toilet or lavatory.US archaic slang
discardcanEnglishnounButtocks.US slang
discardcanEnglishnounJail or prison.slang
discardcanEnglishnounHeadphones.in-plural slang
discardcanEnglishnounA drinking cup.archaic
discardcanEnglishnounA cube-shaped buoy or marker used to denote a port-side lateral marknautical transport
discardcanEnglishnounA chimney pot.
discardcanEnglishnounAn E-meter used in Scientology auditing.in-plural slang
discardcanEnglishnounAn ounce (or sometimes, two ounces) of marijuana.US slang
discardcanEnglishnounA protective cover for the fuel element in a nuclear reactor.
discardcanEnglishnounThe breasts of a woman.Canada US slang vulgar
discardcanEnglishverbTo seal in a can.
discardcanEnglishverbTo preserve by heating and sealing in a jar or can.
discardcanEnglishverbTo discard, scrap or terminate (an idea, project, etc.).
discardcanEnglishverbTo shut up.slang transitive
discardcanEnglishverbTo fire or dismiss an employee.US euphemistic
discardcanEnglishverbTo hole the ball.golf hobbies lifestyle sportsslang transitive
discardcanEnglishverbTo cover (the fuel element in a nuclear reactor) with a protective cover.transitive
dish, utensilnõuEstoniannounadvice, counsel
dish, utensilnõuEstoniannounplan, idea
dish, utensilnõuEstoniannounreceptacle, container, vessel
dish, utensilnõuEstoniannoundish, utensil
distractpreoccupyEnglishverbTo distract; to draw attention elsewhere.transitive
distractpreoccupyEnglishverbTo worry or concern (someone) so as to distract them.transitive
distractpreoccupyEnglishverbTo occupy or take possession of beforehand.obsolete transitive
dwarf planetErisEnglishnameThe goddess of discord and strife, whose apple of discord sparked events that eventually led to the Trojan War; equated by Homer with Enyo (goddess of violent war) and identified with the Roman goddess Discordia; (religion, Discordianism) the same figure as principal deity of Discordianism, regarded as the goddess of disorder. / The goddess of discord and strife, whose apple of discord sparked events that eventually led to the Trojan War; equated by Homer with Enyo (goddess of violent war) and identified with the Roman goddess Discordia;human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
dwarf planetErisEnglishnameThe goddess of discord and strife, whose apple of discord sparked events that eventually led to the Trojan War; equated by Homer with Enyo (goddess of violent war) and identified with the Roman goddess Discordia; (religion, Discordianism) the same figure as principal deity of Discordianism, regarded as the goddess of disorder. / the same figure as principal deity of Discordianism, regarded as the goddess of disorder.human-sciences lifestyle mysticism mythology philosophy religion sciencesGreek
dwarf planetErisEnglishnameThe celestial body 136199 Eris, the most-massive known dwarf planet in the Solar System and the largest known object in the scattered disk; formerly nicknamed Xena.astronomy natural-sciences
dwarf planetErisEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Champaign County, Ohio, United States.
départementHéraultEnglishnameOne of the départements in Occitanie, France (the department was named after the river). Capital: Montpellier (INSEE code 34).
départementHéraultEnglishnameA river of that department.
eager, keen, avidablasEstonianadjgluttonous, voracious, greedy for food (or drink)of an animal usually
eager, keen, avidablasEstonianadjkeen, eager, doing something avidly or wanting to.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjHaving a texture that lacks friction. Not rough.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjWithout difficulty, problems, or unexpected consequences or incidents.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjBland; glib.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjFlowing or uttered without check, obstruction, or hesitation; not harsh; fluent.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjSuave; sophisticated.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjNatural; unconstrained.of an action
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjUnbroken.of a motion
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjPlacid, calm.of water
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjLacking projections or indentations; not serrated.of an edge
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjNot grainy; having an even texture.of food or drink
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjHaving a pleasantly rounded flavor; neither rough nor astringent.of a beverage
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjHaving derivatives of all finite orders at all points within the function’s domain.mathematics sciencesof a function
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjThat factors completely into small prime numbers.mathematics sciencesof a number
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjLacking marked aspiration.classical-studies history human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a vowel
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadjInvoluntary and non-striated.medicine sciencesof muscles
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishadvSmoothly.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishnounSomething that is smooth, or that goes smoothly and easily.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishnounA smoothing action.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishnounA domestic animal having a smooth coat.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishnounA member of an anti-hippie fashion movement in 1970s Britain.
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishnounThe analysis obtained through a smoothing procedure.mathematics sciences statistics
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishverbTo make smooth or even.transitive
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishverbTo reduce to a particular shape or form by pressure; to press, to flatten.transitive
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishverbTo make straightforward or easy.transitive
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishverbTo calm or palliate.transitive
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishverbTo capture important patterns in the data, while leaving out noise.mathematics sciences statistics
edge: lacking projections or indentations; not serratedsmoothEnglishverbTo stroke; especially to stroke an animal's fur.West-Country
eggخایهPersiannouneggarchaic
eggخایهPersiannountesticle, ballsvulgar
eggخایهPersiannouncourage, guts, ballsfiguratively vulgar
elements included in fiction to appeal to fansfanserviceEnglishnounElements added to a television program or similar entertainment that appeal to avid fans but are of little interest to outsiders.lifestyleslang uncountable
elements included in fiction to appeal to fansfanserviceEnglishnounThe inclusion in a work of fiction of material, especially of a racy or sexual nature, which may or may not have relevance to the storyline and is designed merely to excite the viewer.ACG lifestyle video-gamesderogatory often slang uncountable
elements included in fiction to appeal to fansfanserviceEnglishnounSpecial interactions from idols to their fans.lifestyleslang uncountable
empty cigarette tube with filterfilter tubeEnglishnounan empty cigarette consisting of a filter attached to a paper tube.
empty cigarette tube with filterfilter tubeEnglishnouna tubular filter
encountering of risksadventureEnglishnounA feeling of desire for new and exciting things.uncountable
encountering of risksadventureEnglishnounA remarkable occurrence; a striking event.countable uncountable
encountering of risksadventureEnglishnounA daring feat; a bold undertaking, in which dangers are likely to be encountered, and the issue is staked upon unforeseen events; the encountering of risks.countable uncountable
encountering of risksadventureEnglishnounA mercantile or speculative enterprise of hazard; a venture; a shipment by a merchant on his own account.countable uncountable
encountering of risksadventureEnglishnounA text adventure or an adventure game.video-gamescountable uncountable
encountering of risksadventureEnglishnounThat which happens by chance; hazard; hap.countable obsolete uncountable
encountering of risksadventureEnglishnounChance of danger or loss.countable obsolete uncountable
encountering of risksadventureEnglishnounRisk; danger; peril.countable obsolete uncountable
encountering of risksadventureEnglishverbTo risk or hazard; jeopard; venture.archaic transitive
encountering of risksadventureEnglishverbTo venture upon; to run the risk of; to dare.archaic transitive
encountering of risksadventureEnglishverbTo try the chance; to take the risk.archaic intransitive
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounThe part of the body connecting the head and the trunk found in humans and some animals.anatomy medicine sciences
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounThe corresponding part in some other anatomical contexts.
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounThe part of a shirt, dress etc., which fits a person's neck.
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounThe tapered part of a bottle toward the opening.
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounThe slender tubelike extension atop an archegonium, through which the sperm swim to reach the egg.biology botany natural-sciences
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounThe extension of any stringed instrument on which a fingerboard is mountedentertainment lifestyle music
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounA long narrow tract of land projecting from the main body, or a narrow tract connecting two larger tracts.
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounA reduction in size near the end of an object, formed by a groove around it.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounThe constriction between the root and crown of a tooth.
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounThe gorgerin of a capital.architecture
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounA volcanic plug, solidified lava filling the vent of an extinct volcano.geography geology natural-sciences
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounThe small part of a gun between the chase and the swell of the muzzle.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounA person's life.figuratively
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounA falsehood; a lie.Multicultural-London-English informal slang
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounFellatioslang
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounA bundle of wheat used in certain English harvest ceremonies.historical
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishverbTo hang by the neck; strangle; kill, eliminate.slang transitive
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishverbTo make love; to intently kiss or cuddle; to canoodle.US informal intransitive
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishverbTo drink or swallow rapidly.slang transitive
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishverbTo decrease in diameter.intransitive
engineering: reduction in size near the end of an objectneckEnglishnounA shapeshifting water spirit in Germanic mythology and folklore; a nix.arts folklore history human-sciences literature media publishing sciences
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA generally accepted principle; a rule.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA generally accepted principle; a rule. / a formally codified set of criteria deemed mandatory for a particular artistic style of figurative art.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA group of literary works that are generally accepted as representing a field.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounThe works of a writer that have been accepted as authentic.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA eucharistic prayer, particularly the Roman Canon.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA religious law or body of law decreed by the church.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA catalogue of saints acknowledged and canonized in the Roman Catholic Church.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounIn monasteries, a book containing the rules of a religious order.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA piece of music in which the same melody is played by different voices, but beginning at different times; a round.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA rent or stipend payable at some regular time, generally annual, e.g., canon frumentariuslawRoman countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounThose sources, especially including literary works, which are considered part of the main continuity regarding a given fictional universe.lifestyleslang uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA rolled and filleted loin of meat; also called a cannon.cooking food lifestylecountable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA large size of type formerly used for printing the church canons, standardized as 48-point.media printing publishingdated uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounThe part of a bell by which it is suspended; the ear or shank of a bell.countable uncountable
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishadjClipping of canonical.lifestyleabbreviation alt-of clipping slang
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA clergy member serving a cathedral or collegiate church.
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounA canon regular, a member of any of several Roman Catholic religious orders.
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounAlternative spelling of qanunalt-of alternative
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounAlternative spelling of cannon (“weapon”)alt-of alternative obsolete
eucharistic prayercanonEnglishnounAlternative spelling of cannon (“a carom in billiards”)alt-of alternative
exceptional, out of the ordinary, unusualsomething elseEnglishnounSomething exceptional, out of the ordinary, unusual.informal uncountable
exceptional, out of the ordinary, unusualsomething elseEnglishnounA person or thing that is outstandingly bad.informal uncountable
exceptional, out of the ordinary, unusualsomething elseEnglishnounAnother unspecified item, perhaps not yet known or decided upon.uncountable
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepExpressing motion away, literal or figurative; opposed to into. / From the inside to the outside of.
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepExpressing motion away, literal or figurative; opposed to into. / So as no longer to be in a given condition or state.
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepExpressing motion away, literal or figurative; opposed to into. / From a thing or or place as a source, place of origin etc.informal
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepExpressing motion away, literal or figurative; opposed to into. / Stating the port in which a boat has been registered.nautical transport
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepExpressing motion away, literal or figurative; opposed to into. / Taken from among; expressing a fraction of (a larger number).
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepExpressing motion away, literal or figurative; opposed to into. / Born from a given mother (cf. by).
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepExpressing position outside, literal or figurative; opposed to in. / Not within a given space, area etc.
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepExpressing position outside, literal or figurative; opposed to in. / Not in (a given state, condition).
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepExpressing position outside, literal or figurative; opposed to in. / Without; no longer in possession of.
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepFrom a given cause or motivation.
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepFrom a given material as means of construction.
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishprepIn.informal
expressing a fraction or a ratioout ofEnglishadvexpression of how distant a person or an object is.informal not-comparable often
eyesほそめJapanesenounsmall hole in a net-like item (strainer, cloth, etc.)
eyesほそめJapanesenounsmall, narrow eye
fatܡܘܚܐClassical Syriacnounbrain; skullanatomy medicine sciences
fatܡܘܚܐClassical Syriacnounany soft substance inside a hard shell; marrow, fat, egg yolk, etc.figuratively
fatܡܘܚܐClassical Syriacnounbald head
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishnounAn adult female human.
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishnounAll female humans collectively; womankind.collective
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishnounA female person, usually an adult; a (generally adult) female sentient being, whether human, supernatural, elf, alien, etc.
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishnounA wife (or sometimes a fiancée or girlfriend).
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishnounA female person who is extremely fond of or devoted to a specified type of thing. (Used as the last element of a compound.)
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishnounA female attendant or servant.
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishverbTo staff with female labor.
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishverbTo make effeminate or womanish.transitive
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishverbTo furnish with, or unite to, a woman.transitive
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishverbTo call (a person) "woman" in a disrespectful fashion.transitive
feminist spellings; rare:womanEnglishadjOf or relating to a woman/women; female.India not-comparable proscribed sometimes
figurative: any person held against his or her willprisonerEnglishnounA person incarcerated in a prison, while on trial or serving a sentence.
figurative: any person held against his or her willprisonerEnglishnounAny person held against their will.
figurative: any person held against his or her willprisonerEnglishnounA person who is or feels confined or trapped by a situation or a set of circumstances.
flagbanderaSerbo-Croatiannounpole (as in telephone pole or electric pole)
flagbanderaSerbo-CroatiannounflagChakavian
flagbanderaSerbo-Croatiannounflag poleChakavian
for a long timeat lengthEnglishprep_phraseFor a long time; extensively.
for a long timeat lengthEnglishprep_phraseAt last, finally, eventually.
for a long timeat lengthEnglishprep_phraseIn full; without omission or abbreviation.archaic
form of amideimideEnglishnouna form of amide in which the nitrogen atom is attached to two carbonyl groups - R₁CONHCOR₂chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
form of amideimideEnglishnounthe anion NH²⁻chemistry inorganic-chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
fragile personhothouse flowerEnglishnounA person who is very fragile and vulnerable as a result of having been sheltered.
fragile personhothouse flowerEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see hothouse, flower.
freezerледеницаSerbo-Croatiannounicebox, freezer
freezerледеницаSerbo-Croatiannounicicle
freezerледеницаSerbo-Croatiannounice cave
fried pattyhash brownEnglishnounA single piece of a quantity of finely-chopped, fried potatoes; singular of hash browns
fried pattyhash brownEnglishnounA fried patty made from finely-diced bits of potato.
frighten someonegive someone the shitsEnglishverbTo annoy or frustrate someone to a great degree.Australia colloquial vulgar
frighten someonegive someone the shitsEnglishverbTo creep someone out; to scare someone.vulgar
from JapaneseSeoulEnglishnameThe capital city of South Korea, also the historical capital of Korea from 1394 until the country was divided in 1945.
from JapaneseSeoulEnglishnamethe South Korean governmentmetonymically
from the beginningfrom scratchEnglishprep_phraseFrom the beginning; starting with no advantage or prior preparation.idiomatic
from the beginningfrom scratchEnglishprep_phraseFrom basic materials or raw ingredients.idiomatic
fruitstrawberryEnglishnounThe sweet, usually red, edible fruit of certain plants of the genus Fragaria.countable uncountable
fruitstrawberryEnglishnounAny plant of the genus Fragaria (that bears such fruit).countable uncountable
fruitstrawberryEnglishnounA dark pinkish red colour, like that of the fruit; strawberry red.countable uncountable
fruitstrawberryEnglishnounSomething resembling a strawberry, especially a reddish bruise, birthmark, or infantile hemangioma (naevus).countable rare uncountable
fruitstrawberryEnglishnounA prostitute who exchanges sexual services for crack cocaine.US countable slang uncountable
fruitstrawberryEnglishadjContaining or having the flavor of strawberries.
fruitstrawberryEnglishadjFlavored with ethyl methylphenylglycidate, an artificial compound which is said to resemble the taste of strawberries.
fruitstrawberryEnglishadjOf a colour similar to the colour of strawberry-flavoured products.
fruitstrawberryEnglishverbTo gather strawberries.intransitive
fruitstrawberryEnglishverbTo turn a dark pinkish-red.intransitive
gallowsgabalusLatinnouna gallows, gibbetdeclension-2 masculine
gallowsgabalusLatinnouna cross (instrument of torture)declension-2 masculine
gallowsgabalusLatinnouna fork (instrument of torture)declension-2 masculine
genusProtococcusTranslingualnameCertain unicellular terrestrial green algae, including that causing watermelon snow / A taxonomic genus within the family Protococcaceae.archaic masculine
genusProtococcusTranslingualnameCertain unicellular terrestrial green algae, including that causing watermelon snow / A taxonomic genus within the family Chlamydomonadaceae.masculine
genus in FabaceaeParkiaTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Fabaceae – certain trees of western Africa, including African locust beans.feminine
genus in FabaceaeParkiaTranslingualnameA taxonomic subgenus within the family Lutjanidae – certain snappers of tropical reefs, Lutjanus (Parkia).feminine
happyسرخوشPersianadjhappy
happyسرخوشPersianadjtipsy, drunk
hatred or fear of France, the French or French cultureFrancophobiaEnglishnounThe hatred or fear of France, its people and culture.uncountable
hatred or fear of France, the French or French cultureFrancophobiaEnglishnounThe hatred or fear of the presence of the French language and its native speakers.uncountable
having a disposition to do goodbenevolentEnglishadjHaving a disposition to do good.
having a disposition to do goodbenevolentEnglishadjPossessing or manifesting love for mankind.
having a disposition to do goodbenevolentEnglishadjAltruistic, charitable, good, just and fair.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjHaving a small distance from one end or edge to another, either horizontally or vertically.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjOf comparatively small height.of a person
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjHaving little duration.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjOf a word or phrase, constituting an abbreviation (for another) or shortened form (of another).followed by for
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjthat is relatively close to the batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsof a fielder or fielding position
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjbowled so that it bounces relatively far from the batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsof a ball
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjthat falls short of the green or the hole.golf hobbies lifestyle sportsof an approach shot or putt
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjOf betting odds, offering a small return for the money wagered.gambling games
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjBrittle, crumbly. (See shortbread, shortcake, shortcrust, shortening, hot short, cold-short.)baking cooking engineering food lifestyle metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciencesof pastries
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjAbrupt; brief; pointed; petulant.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjLimited in quantity; inadequate; insufficient; scanty.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjInsufficiently provided; inadequately supplied, especially with money; scantily furnished; lacking.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjDeficient; less; not coming up to a measure or standard.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjUndiluted; neat.colloquial
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjNot distant in time; near at hand.obsolete
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjBeing in a financial investment position that is structured to be profitable if the price of the underlying security declines in the future.business finance
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjDoubtful of, skeptical of.broadly
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjOf money: given in the fewest possible notes, i.e. those of the largest denomination.business financedated
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvAbruptly, curtly, briefly.not-comparable
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvUnawares.not-comparable
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvWithout achieving a goal or requirement.not-comparable
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvRelatively far from the batsman and hence bouncing higher than normal; opposite of full.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable of the manner of bounce of a cricket ball
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvWith a negative ownership position.business financenot-comparable
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short circuit.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short film.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short version of a garment in a particular size.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA shortstop.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short seller.business finance
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short sale or short position.business finance
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA summary account.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short sound, syllable, or vowel.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounAn integer variable having a smaller range than normal integers; usually two bytes long.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounAn automobile; especially in crack shorts, to break into automobiles.US slang
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo cause a short circuit in (something).transitive
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo short circuit.intransitive of an electrical circuit
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo shortchange.transitive
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo provide with a smaller than agreed or labeled amount.informal transitive
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo sell something, especially securities, that one does not own at the moment for delivery at a later date in hopes of profiting from a decline in the price; to sell short.businesstransitive
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo shorten.obsolete
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishprepDeficient in.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishprepHaving a negative position in.business finance
having a sturdy, muscular physiquestrappingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of strapform-of gerund participle present
having a sturdy, muscular physiquestrappingEnglishadjHaving a sturdy muscular physique; robust.
having a sturdy, muscular physiquestrappingEnglishadjOf a young woman: full of vigor; lusty.obsolete
having a sturdy, muscular physiquestrappingEnglishnounAdhesive plaster for strapping injuries.countable uncountable
having a sturdy, muscular physiquestrappingEnglishnounA length of narrow material to be used for straps, or straps collectively.countable uncountable
having a sturdy, muscular physiquestrappingEnglishnounA beating with a strap.countable uncountable
having a sturdy, muscular physiquestrappingEnglishnounThe act of fastening with a strap.countable uncountable
having an effectjuuresEstoniannouninessive singular of juurform-of inessive singular
having an effectjuuresEstonianpostpnear, beside, at
having an effectjuuresEstonianpostpwith (referring to being near or at a person)
having an effectjuuresEstonianpostpabout, with
having an effectjuuresEstonianpostpat
having an effectjuuresEstonianadvRefers to objects having something, usually an unpleasant effectnot-comparable
having an effectjuuresEstonianadvRefers to there being more of a thing than previouslynot-comparable
having no wateranhydrousEnglishadjHaving little or no water.
having no wateranhydrousEnglishadjHaving no water of crystallization.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
having partially or completely removed one's clothesundressedEnglishadjHaving partially or completely removed one's clothes.
having partially or completely removed one's clothesundressedEnglishadjWhose surface has not been dressed (prepared).of a wall usually
having partially or completely removed one's clothesundressedEnglishadjWithout dressing.of salad usually
having partially or completely removed one's clothesundressedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of undressform-of participle past
higher level of difficultyrigourEnglishnounSeverity or strictness.countable uncountable
higher level of difficultyrigourEnglishnounHarshness, as of climate.countable uncountable
higher level of difficultyrigourEnglishnounA trembling or shivering response.countable uncountable
higher level of difficultyrigourEnglishnounCharacter of being unyielding or inflexible.countable uncountable
higher level of difficultyrigourEnglishnounShrewd questioning.countable uncountable
higher level of difficultyrigourEnglishnounHigher level of difficulty.countable uncountable
higher level of difficultyrigourEnglishnounMisspelling of rigor (“rigor mortis”).Britain alt-of countable misspelling uncountable
hill小山Chinesenounhill
hill小山Chinesenounxiaoshan (a type of ancient Chinese writing style)archaic
hill小山ChinesenameOyama (a city in Tochigi Prefecture, Japan)
holly osmanthusJapanesecharacterholly osmanthus (Osmanthus heterophyllus)Jinmeiyō kanji
holly osmanthusJapanesenounOsmanthus heterophyllus, a species of flowering plants known as the holly olive, holly osmanthus, or false holly
holly osmanthusJapanesenouna style of 家紋 (kamon, “family crest”) with designs of hīragi leaves
holly osmanthusJapanesenounNuchequula nuchalis, the spotnape ponyfish
holly osmanthusJapanesenamea female given name
holly osmanthusJapanesenamea surname
holly osmanthusJapanesenounSame as ひいらぎ (hīragi) above
holly osmanthusJapanesenamea surname
holly osmanthusJapanesenamea female given name
howlскиглитиUkrainianverbto whine, to howl (utter a high-pitched cry)
howlскиглитиUkrainianverbto whine (make a sound resembling a high-pitched cry) (said of a mechanism or machine)colloquial
howlскиглитиUkrainianverbto whine (complain or protest with a whine or as if with a whine)colloquial figuratively
impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear; apprehensiveafraidEnglishadjImpressed with fear or apprehension; in fear.predicative
impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear; apprehensiveafraidEnglishadjRegretful, sorry; expressing a reluctance to face an unpleasant situation.colloquial predicative
impressed with fear or apprehension; in fear; apprehensiveafraidEnglishadjWorried about, feeling concern for, fearing for (someone or something).predicative used with for
in a competition, allowance granted or hindrance imposedhandicapEnglishnounSomething that prevents, hampers, or hinders.countable uncountable
in a competition, allowance granted or hindrance imposedhandicapEnglishnounAn allowance of a certain amount of time or distance in starting, granted in a race (or other contest of skill) to the competitor possessing disadvantages; or an additional weight or other hindrance imposed upon the one possessing advantages, in order to equalize, as much as possible, the chances of success.hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
in a competition, allowance granted or hindrance imposedhandicapEnglishnounThe disadvantage itself, in particular physical or mental disadvantages of people.countable uncountable
in a competition, allowance granted or hindrance imposedhandicapEnglishnounA race or similar contest in which there is an allowance of time, distance, weight, or other advantage, to equalize the chances of the competitors.countable uncountable
in a competition, allowance granted or hindrance imposedhandicapEnglishnounAn old card game, similar to lanterloo.card-games gamesobsolete uncountable
in a competition, allowance granted or hindrance imposedhandicapEnglishnounSynonym of hand-in-cap (“old English trading game”)obsolete uncountable
in a competition, allowance granted or hindrance imposedhandicapEnglishverbTo encumber with a handicap in any contest.transitive
in a competition, allowance granted or hindrance imposedhandicapEnglishverbTo place at disadvantage.broadly figuratively transitive
in a competition, allowance granted or hindrance imposedhandicapEnglishverbTo estimate betting odds.
in a pleasantly humorous fashionfacetiouslyEnglishadvIn a facetious or flippant manner; in a manner that treats serious issues with deliberately inappropriate humor
in a pleasantly humorous fashionfacetiouslyEnglishadvIn a pleasantly humorous or playful fashion.dated
in a respectable mannerrespectablyEnglishadvIn a respectable manner; so as to gain respect.
in a respectable mannerrespectablyEnglishadvModerately; pretty well.
in a substantive mannersubstantivelyEnglishadvIn a substantive manner, or to a substantive extent.
in a substantive mannersubstantivelyEnglishadvEmployed as a noun.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a word
in an aphoristic manneraphoristicallyEnglishadvIn an aphoristic manner.
in an aphoristic manneraphoristicallyEnglishadvUsing or regarding aphorisms.
in physicsclassicalEnglishadjOf or relating to the first class or rank, especially in literature or art.
in physicsclassicalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to established principles in a discipline.
in physicsclassicalEnglishadjDescribing Western music and musicians of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.entertainment lifestyle music
in physicsclassicalEnglishadjDescribing art music (rather than pop, jazz, blues, etc), especially when played using instruments of the orchestra.entertainment lifestyle musicinformal
in physicsclassicalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the ancient Greeks and Romans, especially to Greek or Roman authors of the highest rank, or of the period when their best literature was produced; of or pertaining to places inhabited by the ancient Greeks and Romans, or rendered famous by their deeds.
in physicsclassicalEnglishadjKnowledgeable or skilled in the classics; versed in the classics.
in physicsclassicalEnglishadjConforming to the best authority in literature and art; chaste; pure; refined
in physicsclassicalEnglishadjPertaining to models of physical laws that do not take quantum or relativistic effects into account; Newtonian or Maxwellian.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
in physicsclassicalEnglishnounOne that is classical in some way; for example, a classical economist.countable
in physicsclassicalEnglishnounShort for classical music.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
in physicsclassicalEnglishnounShort for classical chess.board-games chess gamesabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
in the manner of-wiseEnglishsuffixIn the direction or orientation of.morpheme
in the manner of-wiseEnglishsuffixIn the manner of.morpheme
in the manner of-wiseEnglishsuffixIn the matter of; with regard to.morpheme
in the manner of-wiseEnglishsuffixOne at a time, or one thing at a time.morpheme
indentation in a guitar's body, adjacent to the neckcutawayEnglishadjHaving selected portions of the outside removed so as to give an impression of the interior.computer-graphics computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
indentation in a guitar's body, adjacent to the neckcutawayEnglishnounThe interruption of a continuously filmed action by inserting a view of something else.broadcasting media television
indentation in a guitar's body, adjacent to the neckcutawayEnglishnounThe interruption of a continuously filmed action by inserting a view of something else. / A cut to a shot of person listening to a speaker so that the audience can see the listener's reaction.broadcasting media television
indentation in a guitar's body, adjacent to the neckcutawayEnglishnounA coat with a tapered frontline.
indentation in a guitar's body, adjacent to the neckcutawayEnglishnounA diagram or model having outer layers removed so as to show the interior
indentation in a guitar's body, adjacent to the neckcutawayEnglishnounAn indentation in the upper bout of a guitar's body adjacent to the neck, allowing easier access to the upper frets.entertainment lifestyle music
inner sense which distinguishes what is right from what is wrongmoral compassEnglishnounAn inner sense which distinguishes what is right from what is wrong, functioning as a guide for morally appropriate behaviour.
inner sense which distinguishes what is right from what is wrongmoral compassEnglishnounA belief system, person, etc. serving as a guide for morally appropriate behaviour.
inner sense which distinguishes what is right from what is wrongmoral compassEnglishnounThe full range of actions, vices, or virtues, which may affect others and which are available as choices to a person, group, or people in general.archaic
insect larvanymphEnglishnounAny female nature spirit associated with water, forests, grotto, wind, etc.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek Roman
insect larvanymphEnglishnounA young girl, especially one who is attractive, beautiful or graceful.
insect larvanymphEnglishnounThe larva of certain insects.biology entomology natural-sciences
insect larvanymphEnglishnounAny of various butterflies of the family Nymphalidae.biology entomology natural-sciences
intoxicated by psychoactive drugsgassedEnglishadjIn a gaseous state.
intoxicated by psychoactive drugsgassedEnglishadjDrunk; intoxicated by alcohol.slang
intoxicated by psychoactive drugsgassedEnglishadjHigh; intoxicated by psychoactive drugs.slang
intoxicated by psychoactive drugsgassedEnglishadjExhaustedslang
intoxicated by psychoactive drugsgassedEnglishadjHappyslang
intoxicated by psychoactive drugsgassedEnglishadjExcitedMulticultural-London-English
intoxicated by psychoactive drugsgassedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of gasform-of participle past
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishnounIn humans, the joint or the region of the joint in the middle part of the leg between the thigh and the shank.
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishnounIn the horse and allied animals, the carpal joint, corresponding to the wrist in humans.
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishnounThe part of a garment that covers the knee.
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishnounA piece of timber or metal formed with an angle somewhat in the shape of the human knee when bent.business manufacturing shipbuilding
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishnounAn act of kneeling, especially to show respect or courtesy.archaic
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishnounAny knee-shaped item or sharp angle in a line; an inflection point.
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishnounA blow made with the knee; a kneeing.
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishnounThe presence of a parent etc., where a young child acquires early knowledge.figuratively
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishverbTo kneel to.archaic transitive
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishverbTo poke or strike with the knee.transitive
joint in the middle of the leg and area around itkneeEnglishverbTo move on the knees; to use the knees to move.reflexive
jokeplaisanterieFrenchnounjokefeminine
jokeplaisanterieFrenchnounjest; funfeminine
jokeplaisanterieFrenchnounpleasantry; jokingfeminine
jokeplaisanterieFrenchnounjesting; kiddingfeminine
kilometerkmTranslingualsymbolSymbol for kilometre (kilometer), an SI unit of length equal to 10³ metres (meters).metrologyalt-of symbol
kilometerkmTranslingualsymbolISO 639-1 language code for Khmer.
koala joeyjoeyEnglishnounThe immature young of a marsupial, notably a junior kangaroo, but also a young wallaby, koala, etc.
koala joeyjoeyEnglishnounA young child.Australia slang
koala joeyjoeyEnglishnounEllipsis of joey word.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
koala joeyjoeyEnglishnounA parcel smuggled in to an inmate.UK slang
koala joeyjoeyEnglishnounA kind of clown.arts circus entertainment hobbies lifestyle performing-arts sports theater
koala joeyjoeyEnglishnounA member of the Royal Marines.government military politics warUK slang
koala joeyjoeyEnglishnounA person with cerebral palsy.dated derogatory in Britain offensive slang
koala joeyjoeyEnglishnounA stupid person.dated derogatory in Britain offensive slang
koala joeyjoeyEnglishnounA fourpenny piece, or its value; fourpence worth.UK obsolete slang
lacking courageyellowEnglishadjHaving yellow as its color.
lacking courageyellowEnglishadjLacking courage.informal
lacking courageyellowEnglishadjCharacterized by sensationalism, lurid content, and doubtful accuracy.journalism media publishing
lacking courageyellowEnglishadjOf the skin, having the colour traditionally attributed to Far East Asians, especially Chinese.derogatory ethnic offensive slur
lacking courageyellowEnglishadjFar East Asian (relating to Asian people).derogatory ethnic offensive slur
lacking courageyellowEnglishadjOf mixed Aboriginal and Caucasian ancestry.Australia dated offensive
lacking courageyellowEnglishadjSynonym of high yellowUS dated
lacking courageyellowEnglishadjRelated to the Liberal Democrats.government politicsUK
lacking courageyellowEnglishadjRelated to the Free Democratic Party; a political party in Germany.government politics
lacking courageyellowEnglishnounThe colour of gold, cheese, or a lemon; the colour obtained by mixing green and red light, or by subtracting blue from white light.
lacking courageyellowEnglishnounThe intermediate light in a set of three traffic lights, the illumination of which indicates that drivers should stop short of the intersection if it is safe to do so.US
lacking courageyellowEnglishnounOne of the colour balls used in snooker, with a value of 2 points.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle snooker sports
lacking courageyellowEnglishnounOne of two groups of object balls, or a ball from that group, as used in the principally British version of pool that makes use of unnumbered balls (the (yellow(s) and red(s)); contrast stripes and solids in the originally American version with numbered balls).games pocket-billiards
lacking courageyellowEnglishnounA yellow card.hobbies lifestyle sports
lacking courageyellowEnglishnounAny of various pierid butterflies of the subfamily Coliadinae, especially the yellow coloured species. Compare sulphur.
lacking courageyellowEnglishverbTo become yellow or more yellow.intransitive
lacking courageyellowEnglishverbTo make (something) yellow or more yellow.transitive
lake洪澤ChinesenameHongze (a district of Huai'an prefecture, Jiangsu, China).
lake洪澤ChinesenameHongze (a lake in Jiangsu, China), since the Tang.
lake洪澤Chinesename(~塘) Hongze (a lake in Jiangsu, China), under the Sui and early Tang.historical
large islandNew GuineaEnglishnameA large Oceanian island in the Pacific Ocean, north of Australia, whose territory is divided between Indonesia in the west and Papua New Guinea in the east.
large islandNew GuineaEnglishnameThe northern part of what is now called Papua New Guinea, formerly administered as a separate territory to Papua.historical
large islandNew GuineaEnglishnamePapua New Guinea.informal
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounA corridor; a hallway.
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounA large meeting room.
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounA manor house (originally because a magistrate's court was held in the hall of his mansion).
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounA building providing student accommodation at a university.
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounThe principal room of a secular medieval building.
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounCleared passageway through a crowd, as for dancing.obsolete
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounA place for special professional education, or for conferring professional degrees or licences.
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounA living room.India
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounA college's canteen, which is often but not always coterminous with a traditional hall.
large meeting roomhallEnglishnounA meal served and eaten at a college's hall.
law: wrongful actdelictEnglishnounA wrongful act, analogous to a tort in common law.
law: wrongful actdelictEnglishnounThe branch of law dealing in delicts.law
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounA rating.
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounPerformance on a test or other evaluation(s), expressed by a number, letter, or other symbol; a score.Canada US
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounA degree or level of something; a position within a scale; a degree of quality.
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounDegree (any of the three stages (positive, comparative, superlative) in the comparison of an adjective or an adverb).human-sciences linguistics sciences
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounA slope (up or down) of a roadway or other passage
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounA level of primary and secondary education.educationCanada US
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounA student of a particular grade (used with the grade level).educationCanada
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounAn area that has been flattened by a grader (construction machine).
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounThe level of the ground.
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounA gradian.mathematics sciences
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounIn a linear system of divisors on an n-dimensional variety, the number of free intersection points of n generic divisors.geometry mathematics sciences
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounA harsh scraping or cutting; a grating.
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounA taxon united by a level of morphological or physiological complexity that is not a clade.
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounThe degree of malignity of a tumor expressed on a scale.medicine sciences
level of the groundgradeEnglishnounAn eyeglass prescription.medicine ophthalmology sciencesPhilippines
level of the groundgradeEnglishverbTo assign scores to the components of an academic test, or to overall academic performance.Canada US
level of the groundgradeEnglishverbTo organize in grades.
level of the groundgradeEnglishverbTo flatten, level, or smooth a large surface, especially with a grader.
level of the groundgradeEnglishverbTo remove or trim part of a seam allowance from a finished seam so as to reduce bulk and make the finished piece more even when turned right side out.business manufacturing sewing textiles
level of the groundgradeEnglishverbTo apply classifying labels to data (typically by a manual rather than automatic process).
level of the groundgradeEnglishverbTo describe, modify or inflect so as to classify as to degree.human-sciences linguistics sciences
level of the groundgradeEnglishverbTo pass imperceptibly from one grade into another.intransitive
level of the groundgradeEnglishverbTo pass from one school grade into the next.Canada intransitive
likely to happen or to undergo somethingon courseEnglishprep_phraseFollowing the intended route.idiomatic
likely to happen or to undergo somethingon courseEnglishprep_phraseProceeding smoothly as planned.idiomatic
likely to happen or to undergo somethingon courseEnglishprep_phraseLikely to happen or to undergo something.idiomatic
linguistic processback-formationEnglishnounThe process by which a new word is formed from an older word by interpreting the former as a derivative of the latter, often by removing a morpheme (real or perceived) from the older word, such as the verb burgle, formed by removing -ar (perceived as an agent-noun suffix) from burglar.human-sciences linguistics sciencesuncountable
linguistic processback-formationEnglishnounA word created in this way.countable
litterroskaIngriannounlitter, waste
litterroskaIngriannounsprout of a cultivated plant
low in alcohol contentunleadedEnglishadjWithout lead.not-comparable
low in alcohol contentunleadedEnglishadjContaining no more than 0.05 grams of lead per gallon.not-comparable of gasoline
low in alcohol contentunleadedEnglishadjDecaffeinated.US not-comparable of coffee slang
low in alcohol contentunleadedEnglishadjHaving low alcohol content.Australia not-comparable of beer slang
low in alcohol contentunleadedEnglishverbpast of unleadform-of past
low in alcohol contentunleadedEnglishnounAn unleaded fuel.uncountable usually
low in alcohol contentunleadedEnglishnounDecaffeinated coffee.US slang uncountable usually
low in alcohol contentunleadedEnglishnounLow-alcohol beer.Australia slang uncountable usually
main stream主流Chinesenounmain stream (of a river); trunk stream
main stream主流Chinesenounnorm; mainstreamfiguratively
main stream主流Chinesenounessential part
male given nameSalvadorEnglishnameA male given name from Spanish or Portuguese.
male given nameSalvadorEnglishnameA surname from Spanish or Portuguese.
male given nameSalvadorEnglishnameA municipality, the state capital of Bahia, Brazil.
male given nameSalvadorEnglishnameShort for San Salvador Island, an island in the Bahamasabbreviation alt-of
male given nameSalvadorEnglishnameFormer name of Santiago, an island in Galapagos, Ecuadorhistorical
male sex glandtesticleEnglishnounA testis: the male sex and endocrine gland, found in some types of animals, that produces sperm and male sex hormones, including the steroid testosterone.
male sex glandtesticleEnglishnounEither half of the structure that contains the testes: one side of the scrotum and its contents, considered as one object (one half of the ballsack, including its ball).
male siblingبرادرPersiannounbrother
male siblingبرادرPersiannouncomradegovernment military politics warIran
male siblingبرادرPersiannoundude (term of address for man)Iran colloquial
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnumThe number represented by the Arabic numeral 1; the numerical value equal to that cardinal number.
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnumThe first positive number in the set of natural numbers.mathematics number-theory sciences
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnumThe cardinality of the smallest nonempty set.mathematics sciences set-theory
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnumThe ordinality of an element which has no predecessor, usually called first or number one.mathematics sciences
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishpronOne thing (among a group of others); one member of a group.impersonal indefinite pronoun
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishpronThe first mentioned of two things or people, as opposed to the other.impersonal pronoun sometimes with-definite-article
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishpronAny person (applying to people in general).indefinite personal pronoun
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishpronAny person, entity or thing.pronoun
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounThe digit or figure 1.
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / A one-dollar bill.US
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / One o'clock, either a.m. or p.m.
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / One run scored by hitting the ball and running between the wickets; a single.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / A joke or amusing anecdote.
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounA person (having some specified characteristic or attribute).followed by for
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounA particularly special or compatible person or thing.colloquial
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounA gay person.dated derogatory euphemistic
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounThe identity element with respect to multiplication in a ring.mathematics sciences
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishnounDeliberate misspelling of !. Used to amplify an exclamation, parodying unskilled typists who forget to press the shift key while typing exclamation points, thus typing "1".Internet Leet alt-of deliberate misspelling sarcastic
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishadjOf a period of time, being particular.not-comparable
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishadjBeing a single, unspecified thing; a; any.not-comparable
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishadjSole, only.not-comparable
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishadjWhole, entire.not-comparable
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishadjIn agreement.not-comparable
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishadjThe same.not-comparable
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishdetUsed for emphasis in place of a / Being a preeminent example.
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishdetUsed for emphasis in place of a / Being an unknown person with the specified name; see also "a certain".
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishverbTo cause to become one; to gather into a single whole; to unite.
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishparticleUsed at the end of a sentence to highlight the characteristics of someone or something.Singapore Singlish
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishparticleUsed at the end of a sentence to highlight the originator of something.Singapore Singlish
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishparticleA nominalizer; used to form a noun phrase without a head noun.Singapore Singlish
mathematics: multiplicative identityoneEnglishpronFunctions as a relative pronoun at the end of a relative clause.Singapore Singlish rare relative
meagreslenderEnglishadjThin; slim.
meagreslenderEnglishadjmeagre; deficientfiguratively
meagreslenderEnglishadjPalatalized.
mealroastEnglishverbTo cook food by heating in an oven or over a fire without covering, resulting in a crisp, possibly even slightly charred appearance.ergative intransitive transitive
mealroastEnglishverbTo cook by surrounding with hot embers, ashes, sand, etc.
mealroastEnglishverbTo process by drying through exposure to sun or artificial heat.ergative intransitive transitive
mealroastEnglishverbTo heat to excess; to heat violently; to burn.
mealroastEnglishverbTo admonish someone vigorously.figuratively transitive
mealroastEnglishverbTo subject to bantering, severely criticize, sometimes as a comedy routine.figuratively transitive
mealroastEnglishverbTo dissipate the volatile parts of by heat, as ores.arts crafts engineering hobbies lifestyle metallurgy metalworking natural-sciences physical-sciences
mealroastEnglishnounA cut of meat suited to roasting; meat that has been roasted.
mealroastEnglishnounA meal consisting of roast foods.
mealroastEnglishnounThe degree to which something, especially coffee, is roasted.
mealroastEnglishnounAn instance of being severely admonished, criticized, roasted.
mealroastEnglishnounA comical event, originally fraternal, where a person is subjected to verbal attack, yet may be praised by sarcasm and jokes.
mealroastEnglishnounA social event at which food is roasted and eaten.Canada US
mealroastEnglishnounA creative insult as a response to something someone said.slang
mealroastEnglishadjHaving been cooked by roasting.not-comparable
mealroastEnglishadjSubjected to roasting; bantered; severely criticized.figuratively not-comparable
mediocre; lackluster; unexceptional; uninspiringmehEnglishadjMediocre; lackluster; unexceptional; uninspiring.
mediocre; lackluster; unexceptional; uninspiringmehEnglishadjApathetic; unenthusiastic.
mediocre; lackluster; unexceptional; uninspiringmehEnglishintjExpressing indifference or lack of enthusiasm.slang
mediocre; lackluster; unexceptional; uninspiringmehEnglishnounA judgement marked by indifference; lack of impression.informal
mediocre; lackluster; unexceptional; uninspiringmehEnglishparticleFinal question particle expressing skepticism.Manglish Singlish
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo form cracks.intransitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo break apart under force, stress, or pressure.intransitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo become debilitated by psychological pressure.intransitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo break down or yield, especially under interrogation or torture.intransitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo make a cracking sound.intransitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo change rapidly in register.intransitive of a voice
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo alternate between high and low register in the process of eventually lowering.intransitive of a pubescent boy's voice
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo make a sharply humorous comment.intransitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo realize that one is transgender.LGBT lifestyle sexualityintransitive slang
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo make a crack or cracks in.transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo break open or crush to small pieces by impact or stress.transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo strike forcefully.transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo open slightly.transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo cause to yield under interrogation or other pressure.figuratively transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo solve a difficult problem.figuratively transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo overcome a security system or component.transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo cause to make a sharp sound.transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo tell (a joke).transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo break down (a complex molecule), especially with the application of heat: to pyrolyse.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencestransitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo circumvent software restrictions such as regional coding or time limits.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo open a canned beverage, or any packaged drink or food.informal transitive
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo brag; to boast.obsolete
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo be ruined or impaired; to fail.archaic colloquial
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishverbTo barely reach or attain (a measurement or extent).colloquial
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA thin and usually jagged space opened in a previously solid material.countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA narrow opening.countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA sharply humorous comment; a wisecrack.countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounCrack cocaine, a potent, relatively cheap, addictive variety of cocaine; often a rock, usually smoked through a crack-pipe.countable slang uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounCrack cocaine, a potent, relatively cheap, addictive variety of cocaine; often a rock, usually smoked through a crack-pipe. / Something good-tasting or habit-forming.countable figuratively humorous slang uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounThe sharp sound made when solid material breaks.countable onomatopoeic uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounAny sharp sound.countable onomatopoeic uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA sharp, resounding blow.countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounAn attempt at something.countable informal uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounThe vagina.countable slang uncountable vulgar
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounThe space between the buttocks.countable informal uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounConviviality; fun; good conversation, chat, gossip, or humorous storytelling; good company.Ireland Northern-England Scotland countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounBusiness; events; news.Ireland Northern-England Scotland countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA program or procedure designed to circumvent restrictions or usage limits on software.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounAn expanding circle of white water surrounding the site of a large explosion at shallow depth, marking the progress of the shock wave through the air above the water.geography hydrodynamics hydrology natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsUS countable dated uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnouna meaningful chat.Cumbria countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounExtremely silly, absurd or off-the-wall ideas or prose.Internet countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounThe tone of voice when changed at puberty.countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanity.archaic countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA crazy or crack-brained person.archaic countable uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA boast; boasting.countable obsolete uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounBreach of chastity.countable obsolete uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA boy, generally a pert, lively boy.countable obsolete uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounA brief time; an instant; a jiffy.UK countable dated slang uncountable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishadjHighly trained and competent.not-comparable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishadjExcellent, first-rate, superior, top-notch.not-comparable
mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanitycrackEnglishnounOne who excels; the best.obsolete
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjHaving a texture that lacks friction. Not rough.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjWithout difficulty, problems, or unexpected consequences or incidents.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjBland; glib.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjFlowing or uttered without check, obstruction, or hesitation; not harsh; fluent.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjSuave; sophisticated.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjNatural; unconstrained.of an action
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjUnbroken.of a motion
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjPlacid, calm.of water
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjLacking projections or indentations; not serrated.of an edge
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjNot grainy; having an even texture.of food or drink
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjHaving a pleasantly rounded flavor; neither rough nor astringent.of a beverage
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjHaving derivatives of all finite orders at all points within the function’s domain.mathematics sciencesof a function
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjThat factors completely into small prime numbers.mathematics sciencesof a number
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjLacking marked aspiration.classical-studies history human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a vowel
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadjInvoluntary and non-striated.medicine sciencesof muscles
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishadvSmoothly.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishnounSomething that is smooth, or that goes smoothly and easily.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishnounA smoothing action.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishnounA domestic animal having a smooth coat.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishnounA member of an anti-hippie fashion movement in 1970s Britain.
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishnounThe analysis obtained through a smoothing procedure.mathematics sciences statistics
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishverbTo make smooth or even.transitive
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishverbTo reduce to a particular shape or form by pressure; to press, to flatten.transitive
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishverbTo make straightforward or easy.transitive
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishverbTo calm or palliate.transitive
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishverbTo capture important patterns in the data, while leaving out noise.mathematics sciences statistics
motion: unbrokensmoothEnglishverbTo stroke; especially to stroke an animal's fur.West-Country
music: type of marchslow marchEnglishnounA controlled walking pace in a deliberate, steady, rhythmic manner.government military politics warsometimes
music: type of marchslow marchEnglishnounA march with a relatively slow tempo.entertainment lifestyle music
music: type of marchslow marchEnglishnounA progression or unfolding of events which occurs in an unhurried, steady, deliberate manner.broadly idiomatic
musical instrumentcowbellEnglishnounA bell worn by cows; sometimes with an ornate strap.countable uncountable
musical instrumentcowbellEnglishnounA musical instrument, typically found without a clapper.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
musical instrumentcowbellEnglishnounMisconstruction of bell cowalt-of countable misconstruction uncountable
musical stylepavaneEnglishnounA musical style characteristic of the 16th and 17th centuries.entertainment lifestyle music
musical stylepavaneEnglishnounA moderately slow, courtly processional dance in duple time/meter.dance dancing entertainment hobbies lifestyle music sports
musical stylepavaneEnglishverbTo dance the pavane.intransitive rare
nasalnenäsuojaFinnishnounnose guard (item of protection worn over the nose)
nasalnenäsuojaFinnishnounnasal (nose guard in a historical helmet)
newbornnewEnglishadjRecently made, or created.
newbornnewEnglishadjRecently made, or created. / Of recent origin; having taken place recently.
newbornnewEnglishadjAdditional; recently discovered.
newbornnewEnglishadjCurrent or later, as opposed to former.
newbornnewEnglishadjUsed to distinguish something established more recently, named after something or some place previously existing.
newbornnewEnglishadjIn original condition; pristine; not previously worn or used.
newbornnewEnglishadjRefreshed, reinvigorated, reformed.
newbornnewEnglishadjNewborn.
newbornnewEnglishadjStrange, unfamiliar or not previously known.
newbornnewEnglishadjRecently arrived or appeared.
newbornnewEnglishadjInexperienced or unaccustomed at some task.
newbornnewEnglishadjNext; about to begin or recently begun.of a period of time
newbornnewEnglishadvNewly (especially in composition).
newbornnewEnglishadvAs new; from scratch.
newbornnewEnglishnounThings that are new.uncountable usually
newbornnewEnglishnounA typically light-coloured lager brewed by the bottom-fermentation method.Australia uncountable usually
newbornnewEnglishnounA naval cadet who has just embarked on training.government military naval navy politics warUK slang uncountable usually
newbornnewEnglishverbSynonym of new upcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
newbornnewEnglishverbTo make new; to recreate; to renew.obsolete
not allowableunallowableEnglishadjNot allowable
not allowableunallowableEnglishadjFor which an allowance may not be claimed
not requiring lubricantgreaselessEnglishadjWithout fats or oils.
not requiring lubricantgreaselessEnglishadjNot feeling greasy to the touch; not leaving a non-water-soluble residue.
not requiring lubricantgreaselessEnglishadjNot requiring separate lubricant.
not tangenttransverseEnglishadjSituated or lying across; side to side, relative to some defined "forward" direction; perpendicular or slanted relative to the "forward" direction; identified with movement across areas.not-comparable
not tangenttransverseEnglishadjMade at right angles to the long axis of the body.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
not tangenttransverseEnglishadj(of an intersection) Not tangent, so that a nondegenerate angle is formed between the two things intersecting. (For the general definition, see w:Transversality (mathematics).)geometry mathematics sciencesnot-comparable
not tangenttransverseEnglishadjNot in direct line of descent; collateral.not-comparable obsolete
not tangenttransverseEnglishnounAnything that is transverse or athwart.
not tangenttransverseEnglishnounThe longer, or transverse, axis of an ellipse.geometry mathematics sciences
not tangenttransverseEnglishverbTo lie or run across; to cross.transitive
not tangenttransverseEnglishverbTo traverse or thwart.transitive
not tangenttransverseEnglishverbTo overturn.transitive
not tangenttransverseEnglishverbTo alter or transform.transitive
not tangenttransverseEnglishverbTo change from prose into verse, or from verse into prose.obsolete transitive
not trivialnontrivialEnglishadjNot trivial. / Not obvious or easy to prove; not self-evident.mathematics sciences
not trivialnontrivialEnglishadjNot trivial. / Not being of the simplest kind; not being empty or a singleton.mathematics sciences
not trivialnontrivialEnglishadjNot trivial. / Needing significant computing power to solve; intractable.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
not uniformunevenEnglishadjNot even
not uniformunevenEnglishadjNot level or smooth
not uniformunevenEnglishadjNot uniform
not uniformunevenEnglishadjVarying in quality
not uniformunevenEnglishadjOddmathematics sciencesrare
not uniformunevenEnglishverbTo make uneven.transitive
obligated by a pledge to some course of actioncommittedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of commitform-of participle past
obligated by a pledge to some course of actioncommittedEnglishadjObligated or locked in (often, but not necessarily, by a pledge) to some course of action.
obligated by a pledge to some course of actioncommittedEnglishadjShowing commitment.
obligated by a pledge to some course of actioncommittedEnglishadjAssociated in an exclusive (but not necessarily permanent) sexual relationship.
obligated by a pledge to some course of actioncommittedEnglishadjRequired by logic to endorse the conclusion of an argument.rhetoric
of "clear"caurspīdīgsLatvianadjtransparent, see-through (such that light passes through it relatively undisturbed; such that one can see through it)
of "clear"caurspīdīgsLatvianadjvery palefiguratively of skin
of an egg: cooked by frying without breaking the yolkfriedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of fryform-of participle past
of an egg: cooked by frying without breaking the yolkfriedEnglishadjCooked by frying.
of an egg: cooked by frying without breaking the yolkfriedEnglishadjFried with the yolk unbroken.of an egg specifically
of an egg: cooked by frying without breaking the yolkfriedEnglishadjCooked in a deep fryer or pressure fryer or the like after being coated (breaded) in batter; compare deep-fried.
of an egg: cooked by frying without breaking the yolkfriedEnglishadjBroken as a result of excessive heat or an electrical surge.colloquial of electronic equipment
of an egg: cooked by frying without breaking the yolkfriedEnglishadjStoned; under the influence of drugs.slang
of an egg: cooked by frying without breaking the yolkfriedEnglishadjDrunk; under the influence of alcohol.slang
of an egg: cooked by frying without breaking the yolkfriedEnglishadjExtremely tired due to exertion or stress; exhausted.slang
of or pertaining to numbersnumericalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to numbers.
of or pertaining to numbersnumericalEnglishadjThe same in number; hence, identically the same; identical.obsolete
of or relating to cross-country skiingnordicEnglishadjOf or relating to cross-country skiing.
of or relating to cross-country skiingnordicEnglishadjAlternative spelling of Nordicalt-of alternative rare
of radio equipmentshortwaveEnglishadjHaving a wavelength of approximately 10 to 100 meters.not-comparable of radio waves
of radio equipmentshortwaveEnglishadjCapable of transmitting or receiving signals at such a wavelength.not-comparable of radio equipment
of radio equipmentshortwaveEnglishnounAn electromagnetic wave having a wavelength between approximately 10 and 100 meters, corresponding to frequencies between 3 and 30 MHz.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
of radio equipmentshortwaveEnglishnounAny frequency in this range, especially when used in broadcasting.colloquial plural-normally
of radio equipmentshortwaveEnglishnounDownward radiation entering the earth's atmosphere that is in the shortwave frequency range.climatology meteorology natural-sciences
of the Islamic empire of TurkeyOttomanEnglishnounA citizen of the Ottoman Empire.
of the Islamic empire of TurkeyOttomanEnglishadjOf the Ottoman Empire.not-comparable
of the Islamic empire of TurkeyOttomanEnglishadjTurkishnot-comparable
of verbtauetNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite singular of taudefinite form-of neuter singular
of verbtauetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of taue: / simple pastpast
of verbtauetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of taue: / past participleparticiple past
of, or relating to prostitutesmeretriciousEnglishadjTastelessly gaudy; superficially attractive but having in reality no value or substance; falsely alluring.
of, or relating to prostitutesmeretriciousEnglishadjInvolving unlawful sexual connection or lack of consent by at least one party (said of a romantic relationship).law
of, or relating to prostitutesmeretriciousEnglishadjOf, or relating to prostitutes or prostitution.obsolete
onherewithEnglishadvwith this; especially, with this letter or communicationnot-comparable
onherewithEnglishadvby this meansnot-comparable
onherewithEnglishadvin this way, herebynot-comparable
onceolimLatinadvat that timenot-comparable
onceolimLatinadvonce upon a timenot-comparable used at the beginnings of fairytales
onceolimLatinadvone day, once, at some (future) timenot-comparable poetic
onceolimLatinadvoften, for some timenot-comparable
open to negotiation or bargainingnegotiableEnglishadjAble to be traversed; navigable.of an obstacle
open to negotiation or bargainingnegotiableEnglishadjAble to be transferred to another person, with or without endorsement, in exchange for money.business finance law
open to negotiation or bargainingnegotiableEnglishadjOpen to negotiation or bargaining.
open to negotiation or bargainingnegotiableEnglishnounSomething that is open to negotiation.
organbrainEnglishnounThe control center of the central nervous system of an animal located in the skull which is responsible for perception, cognition, attention, memory, emotion, and action.countable uncountable
organbrainEnglishnounThe control center of the central nervous system of an animal located in the skull which is responsible for perception, cognition, attention, memory, emotion, and action. / A part of the brain, especially associated with particular mental functions, abilities, etc.countable uncountable
organbrainEnglishnounAn intelligent person.countable informal uncountable
organbrainEnglishnounAn intelligent person. / A person who provides the intelligence required for something.countable informal plural plural-only uncountable
organbrainEnglishnounIntellect.countable in-plural uncountable
organbrainEnglishnounIntellect. / An intellectual or mental capacity.countable in-plural singular uncountable
organbrainEnglishnounBy analogy with a human brain, the part of a machine or computer that performs calculations.countable uncountable
organbrainEnglishnounOral sex.slang uncountable vulgar
organbrainEnglishnounMind.countable informal uncountable
organbrainEnglishnounA loose compartment of a backpack that straps on over the top opening.countable uncountable
organbrainEnglishverbTo dash out the brains of; to kill by smashing the skull.transitive
organbrainEnglishverbTo strike (someone) on the head.slang transitive
organbrainEnglishverbTo destroy; to put an end to.figuratively transitive
organbrainEnglishverbTo conceive in the mind; to understand.obsolete transitive
original book原本JapanesenounThe original item.
original book原本JapanesenounThe original, untranslated, unrevised, unabridged edition of a book.
original book原本Japanesenamea surname
period of the Roman EmpireprincipateEnglishnounThe early period of the Roman Empire, during which some characteristics of the government of the Roman Republic were retained; the reign of any particular emperor during said period.countable historical uncountable
period of the Roman EmpireprincipateEnglishnounThe office of one who is principal or preeminent (such as a prince); the quality or status of being principal; preeminence.countable uncountable
period of the Roman EmpireprincipateEnglishnounA state ruled by a prince; a principality.countable uncountable
period of the Roman EmpireprincipateEnglishadjPrimary; principal.not-comparable
person at an inn who looks after horseshostlerEnglishnounA worker employed at an inn, hostelry, or stable to look after horses; a groom.
person at an inn who looks after horseshostlerEnglishnounA railway worker employed to care for a locomotive or other large engine; especially, a yard jockey.broadly
person who is (very) drunk or intoxicatedblottoEnglishadj(Very) drunk or intoxicated.informal
person who is (very) drunk or intoxicatedblottoEnglishnounA person who is (very) drunk or intoxicated.informal
person who is (very) drunk or intoxicatedblottoEnglishnounAn artwork created using blots of ink or paint.art arts
person who is (very) drunk or intoxicatedblottoEnglishverbTo become or cause to become (very) drunk or intoxicated.informal intransitive
person who is (very) drunk or intoxicatedblottoEnglishverbTo be annihilated or destroyed; to be blotted out.informal intransitive
person who is (very) drunk or intoxicatedblottoEnglishnounA reagent made from non-fat dry milk, phosphate buffered saline, and sodium azide, which is used to block protein binding sites for laboratory techniques such as blots and the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA).biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
person who is (very) drunk or intoxicatedblottoEnglishnounOn Sulawesi: a hollowed-out tree trunk used as a boat.nautical transportobsolete
person who is always complainingold womanEnglishnounAn elderly woman.countable literally uncountable
person who is always complainingold womanEnglishnounA person (irrespective of age or sex) who is always complaining about his or her situation.countable derogatory informal
person who is always complainingold womanEnglishnounOne's wife.countable informal slang
person who is always complainingold womanEnglishnounOne's mother.countable informal slang
person who is always complainingold womanEnglishnounThe plant sea wormwood.uncountable
person who studies meteorologymeteorologistEnglishnouna person who studies meteorology
person who studies meteorologymeteorologistEnglishnouna weather forecaster
person who works in a group without forming part of the regular staffsupernumeraryEnglishnounA person who works in a group, association, or public office without forming part of the regular staff (the numerary).
person who works in a group without forming part of the regular staffsupernumeraryEnglishnounAn extra or walk-on, often non-speaking, in a film or play; a spear carrier.broadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theater
person who works in a group without forming part of the regular staffsupernumeraryEnglishnounSomething which is beyond the prescribed or standard amount or number.
person who works in a group without forming part of the regular staffsupernumeraryEnglishnounAn animal which has not formed a pair bond and is therefore single.biology natural-sciences zoology
person who works in a group without forming part of the regular staffsupernumeraryEnglishnounA married man or woman who is a secular member of Opus Dei, a Roman Catholic religious institution.Catholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicism
person who works in a group without forming part of the regular staffsupernumeraryEnglishadjGreater in number than.not-comparable
person who works in a group without forming part of the regular staffsupernumeraryEnglishadjBeyond the prescribed or standard amount or number; excess, extra.not-comparable
person who works in a group without forming part of the regular staffsupernumeraryEnglishadjBeyond the prescribed or standard amount or number; excess, extra. / Of an organ or structure: additional to what is normally present.biology natural-sciencesnot-comparable specifically
person who works in a group without forming part of the regular staffsupernumeraryEnglishadjBeyond what is necessary; redundant.not-comparable
personal guiding principlesmoralityEnglishnounRecognition of the distinction between good and evil or between right and wrong; respect for and obedience to the rules of right conduct; the mental disposition or characteristic of behaving in a manner intended to produce morally good results.uncountable
personal guiding principlesmoralityEnglishnounA set of social rules, customs, traditions, beliefs, or practices which specify proper, acceptable forms of conduct.countable
personal guiding principlesmoralityEnglishnounA set of personal guiding principles for conduct or a general notion of how to behave, whether respectable or not.countable
personal guiding principlesmoralityEnglishnounA lesson or pronouncement which contains advice about proper behavior.archaic countable
personal guiding principlesmoralityEnglishnounA morality play.countable
personal guiding principlesmoralityEnglishnounMoral philosophy, the branch of philosophy which studies the grounds and nature of rightness, wrongness, good, and evil.rare uncountable
personal guiding principlesmoralityEnglishnounA particular theory concerning the grounds and nature of rightness, wrongness, good, and evil.countable rare
personal spiritual strugglejihadEnglishnounA holy war undertaken by Muslims.Islam lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
personal spiritual strugglejihadEnglishnounAn aggressive campaign for an idea.countable uncountable
personal spiritual strugglejihadEnglishnounA personal spiritual struggle for self-improvement and/or against evil.Islam lifestyle religion theologycountable uncountable
personal spiritual strugglejihadEnglishverbTo participate in a jihad.
physical examinationphysicalEnglishadjOf medicine. / Pertaining to the field of medicine; medical.obsolete
physical examinationphysicalEnglishadjOf medicine. / That practises medicine; pertaining to doctors, physicianly.obsolete
physical examinationphysicalEnglishadjOf medicine. / Medicinal; good for the health, curative, therapeutic.obsolete
physical examinationphysicalEnglishadjOf matter and nature. / Pertaining to the world as understood through the senses rather than the mind; tangible, concrete; real. Having to do with the material world.
physical examinationphysicalEnglishadjOf matter and nature. / In accordance with the laws of nature; now specifically, pertaining to physics.
physical examinationphysicalEnglishadjOf matter and nature. / Denoting a map showing natural features of the landscape (compare political).
physical examinationphysicalEnglishadjOf the human body. / Having to do with the body as opposed to the mind; corporeal, bodily.
physical examinationphysicalEnglishadjOf the human body. / Sexual, carnal.
physical examinationphysicalEnglishadjOf the human body. / Involving bodily force or contact; vigorous, aggressive.
physical examinationphysicalEnglishnounPhysical examination.
physical examinationphysicalEnglishnounA physical manifestation of psychic origin, as through ectoplasmic solidification.parapsychology pseudoscience
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA bundle of sticks or brushwood intended to be used for fuel tied together for carrying. (Some sources specify that a faggot is tied with two bands or withes, whereas a bavin is tied with just one.)Britain Ireland collective
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounBurdensome baggage.obsolete
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA bundle of pieces of iron or steel cut off into suitable lengths for welding.
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA burning or smouldering piece of firewood.dated in US rare
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA meatball made with offcuts and offal, especially pork. (See Wikipedia.)Britain Ireland offensive sometimes
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounAn annoying or inconsiderate person.Canada US derogatory offensive vulgar
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA shrewish woman.Ireland UK colloquial dated derogatory
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA homosexual man, especially an effeminate one.Canada US offensive vulgar
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA man considered weak, effeminate, timid, pathetic, emotional, non-heteronormative in some wayCanada US offensive vulgar
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA soldier numbered on the muster-roll, but not really existing.obsolete
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA faggot voter.Ireland UK historical
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishnounA lazy, weak, work-shy person.Ireland UK dated slang
piece of firewoodfaggotEnglishverbAlternative form of fagotalt-of alternative
plant in genus TrifoliumcloverEnglishnounA plant of the genus Trifolium with leaves usually divided into three (rarely four) leaflets and with white or red flowers.
plant in genus TrifoliumcloverEnglishnounThe second Lenormand card, representing hope, optimism and short-term luck.cartomancy human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
plant of the genus HyacinthushyacinthEnglishnounAny bulbous plant of the genus Hyacinthus, native to the Mediterranean and South Africa.
plant of the genus HyacinthushyacinthEnglishnounA variety of zircon, ranging in color from brown, orange, reddish-brown and yellow; a jacinth.
pontifical chairthroneEnglishnounAn impressive seat used by a monarch, often on a raised dais in a throne room and reserved for formal occasions.
pontifical chairthroneEnglishnounLeadership, particularly the position of a monarch.figuratively
pontifical chairthroneEnglishnounThe seat of a bishop in the cathedral-church of his diocese; also, the seat of a pope.
pontifical chairthroneEnglishnounOther seats / A seat used for urination or defecation, such as a chamber pot, toilet, or the seat of an outhouse.euphemistic humorous
pontifical chairthroneEnglishnounOther seats / A kind of stool used by drummers.entertainment lifestyle musichumorous
pontifical chairthroneEnglishnounA member of an order of angels ranked above dominions and below cherubim.Christianity
pontifical chairthroneEnglishverbTo place on a royal seat; to enthrone.archaic transitive
pontifical chairthroneEnglishverbTo place in an elevated position; to give sovereignty or dominion to; to exalt.archaic transitive
pontifical chairthroneEnglishverbTo be in, or sit upon, a throne; to be placed as if upon a throne.archaic intransitive
portal of entrydörrSwedishnoundoor; portal of entry into a building or room, the opening in a wall through which one can walkcommon-gender
portal of entrydörrSwedishnoundoor; the rigid plane used to close this opening, or to close the opening to a cupboard or similar enclosed spacecommon-gender
possible可能Japaneseadjpossible
possible可能Japaneseadjfeasible
possible可能Japanesenounpossibility, good chance
possible可能Japanesenounfeasibility
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishnounBeeswax.countable uncountable
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishnounEarwax.countable uncountable
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishnounAny oily, water-resistant, solid or semisolid substance; normally long-chain hydrocarbons, alcohols or esters.countable uncountable
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishnounAny preparation containing wax, used as a polish.countable uncountable
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishnounThe phonograph record format for music.entertainment lifestyle musicinformal uncountable
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishnounA thick syrup made by boiling down the sap of the sugar maple and then cooling it.US countable dialectal uncountable
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishnounA type of drugs with as main ingredients weed oil and butane; hash oil.US countable slang uncountable
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishadjMade of wax.not-comparable
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishverbTo apply wax to (something, such as a shoe, a floor, a car, or an apple), usually to make it shiny.transitive
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishverbTo remove hair at the roots from (a part of the body) by coating the skin with a film of wax that is then pulled away sharply.transitive
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishverbTo defeat utterly.informal transitive
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishverbTo kill, especially to murder a person.slang transitive
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishverbTo record.archaic of a musical or oral performance transitive usually
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishverbTo greaten.intransitive literary
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishverbTo increasingly assume the specified characteristic.copulative intransitive literary
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishverbTo appear larger each night as a progression from a new moon to a full moon.intransitive of the moon
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishverbTo move from low tide to high tide.intransitive of the tide
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishnounThe process of growing.rare uncountable
preparation containing wax, used as a polishwaxEnglishnounAn outburst of anger, a loss of temper, a fit of rage.colloquial dated
quality making bodies adheretenacityEnglishnounThe quality or state of being tenacious, or persistence of purpose; tenaciousness.countable uncountable
quality making bodies adheretenacityEnglishnounThe quality of bodies which keeps them from parting without considerable force, as distinguished from brittleness, fragility, mobility, etc.countable uncountable
quality making bodies adheretenacityEnglishnounThe effect of this attraction, cohesiveness.countable uncountable
quality making bodies adheretenacityEnglishnounThe quality of bodies which makes them adhere to other bodies; adhesiveness, viscosity.countable uncountable
quality making bodies adheretenacityEnglishnounThe greatest longitudinal stress a substance can bear without tearing asunder, usually expressed with reference to a unit area of the cross section of the substance, as the number of pounds per square inch, or kilograms per square centimeter, necessary to produce rupture.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
quantityvolumePortuguesenounvolume (unit of three-dimensional measure)geometry mathematics sciencesmasculine
quantityvolumePortuguesenounvolume; loudness (strength of sound)masculine
quantityvolumePortuguesenounvolume (issues of a periodical over a period of one year)media publishingmasculine
quantityvolumePortuguesenounvolume (individual book of a publication issued as a set of books)media publishingmasculine
quantityvolumePortuguesenounvolume (bound book)historical masculine
quantityvolumePortuguesenounvolume; quantitymasculine
raised platform built from the shore out over waterpierEnglishnounA raised platform built from the shore out over water, supported on piles; used to secure, or provide access to shipping; a jetty.
raised platform built from the shore out over waterpierEnglishnounA similar structure, especially at a seaside resort, used to provide entertainment.
raised platform built from the shore out over waterpierEnglishnounA structure supporting the junction between two spans of a bridge.
raised platform built from the shore out over waterpierEnglishnounA rectangular pillar, or similar structure, that supports an arch, wall or roof, or the hinges of a gate.architecture
recordsavikiekkoFinnishnounclay pigeon
recordsavikiekkoFinnishnoungramophone record, shellac record, phonograph record (audio disc playable with a needle record player with a speed of usually 78 RPM)informal
relating to, or secreting synovial fluidsynovialEnglishadjRelating to or denoting a type of joint which is surrounded by a thick flexible membrane forming a sac into which is secreted a viscous fluid that lubricates the joint. / Of, relating to, or secreting synovial fluid.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
relating to, or secreting synovial fluidsynovialEnglishadjRelating to or denoting a type of joint which is surrounded by a thick flexible membrane forming a sac into which is secreted a viscous fluid that lubricates the joint. / Lined with synovial membrane.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjSolid and firm. / Resistant to pressure; difficult to break, cut or penetrate.of material or fluid
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjSolid and firm. / Strong.of drink or drugs of material or fluid
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjSolid and firm. / Containing alcohol.of a normally nonalcoholic drink of material or fluid
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjSolid and firm. / High in dissolved chemical salts, especially those of calcium.of material or fluid of water
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjSolid and firm. / Having the capability of being a permanent magnet by being a material with high magnetic coercivity (compare soft).natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsof a ferromagnetic material of material or fluid
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjSolid and firm. / Having a high energy (high frequency; short wavelength).natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsof electromagnetic radiation of material or fluid
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjSolid and firm. / Made up of parallel rays, producing clearly defined shadows.arts hobbies lifestyle photographyof light of material or fluid
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving a severe property; presenting difficulty. / Difficult or requiring a lot of effort to do, understand, experience, or deal with.
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving a severe property; presenting difficulty. / Demanding a lot of effort to endure.
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving a severe property; presenting difficulty. / Severe, harsh, unfriendly, brutal.
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving a severe property; presenting difficulty. / Difficult to resist or control; powerful.dated
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving a severe property; presenting difficulty. / Hardened; having unusually strong defences.government military politics war
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving a severe property; presenting difficulty. / Tough, muscular, badass.slang
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjUnquestionable, unequivocal.
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving a comparatively larger or a ninety-degree angle.of a road intersection
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjSexually aroused; having an erect penis.of a male slang vulgar
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving muscles that are tightened as a result of intense, regular exercise.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sports
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjFortis. / Plosive.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesnot-comparable
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjFortis. / Unvoiced.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesnot-comparable
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjVelarized or plain, rather than palatalized.
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving a severe property; presenting a barrier to enjoyment. / Rigid in the drawing or distribution of the figures; formal; lacking grace of composition.art arts
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjHaving a severe property; presenting a barrier to enjoyment. / Having disagreeable and abrupt contrasts in colour or shading.art arts
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjIn a physical form, not digital.not-comparable
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjUsing a manual or physical process, not by means of a software command.not-comparable
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjFar, extreme.government politics
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjOf silk: not having had the natural gum boiled off.
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjOf a market: having more demand than supply; being a seller's market.business finance
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadjhardcoreof pornography
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadvWith much force or effort.manner
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadvWith difficulty.manner
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadvSo as to raise difficulties.obsolete
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadvCompactly.manner
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishadvNear, close.archaic
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishnounA firm or paved beach or slope convenient for hauling vessels out of the water.nautical transportcountable
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishnounA tyre whose compound is softer than superhards, and harder than mediums.hobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sportscountable
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishnounCrack cocaine.drugs medicine pharmacology sciencesslang uncountable
requiring a lot of effort to do or understandhardEnglishnounHard labor.slang uncountable
romance novel settingRomancelandiaEnglishnameThe sphere or community of romance writers, readers, and novels.uncountable
romance novel settingRomancelandiaEnglishnameThe idealized fictional setting of romance novels.uncountable
sandwichsubmarineEnglishadjExisting, relating to, or made for use beneath the sea.not-comparable
sandwichsubmarineEnglishadjHidden or undisclosed.not-comparable
sandwichsubmarineEnglishadjOf a pitch, thrown with the hand lower than the elbow.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable
sandwichsubmarineEnglishnounA boat that can go underwater.
sandwichsubmarineEnglishnounA kind of sandwich made in a long loaf of bread.
sandwichsubmarineEnglishnounA pitch delivered with an underhand motion.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
sandwichsubmarineEnglishnounAny submarine plant or animal.
sandwichsubmarineEnglishnounA stowaway on a seagoing vessel.informal
sandwichsubmarineEnglishverbTo operate or serve on a submarine.intransitive
sandwichsubmarineEnglishverbTo torpedo; to destroy with a sudden sneak attack.transitive
sandwichsubmarineEnglishverbTo sink or submerge oneself.figuratively intransitive sometimes
sandwichsubmarineEnglishverbTo slide forwards underneath one's seat belt (during a crash or sudden stop).automotive transport vehiclesintransitive
science and art of agricultureagrologyEnglishnounA subdiscipline of agronomy (the science of utilizing animals, plants, and soils) and of soil science which addresses the influence of edaphic (soil-related) conditions on crop production for optimizing it.rare uncountable
science and art of agricultureagrologyEnglishnounThe science and art of agriculture.Canada uncountable
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounEither 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
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounThe chest, or front of the human thorax.anatomy medicine sciences
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounA section of clothing covering the breast area.
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounThe figurative seat of the emotions, feelings etc.; one's heart or innermost thoughts.
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounThe ventral portion of an animal's thorax.
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounA 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.
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounThe front or forward part of anything.
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounThe face of a coal working.business mining
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounThe front of a furnace.business mining
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounThe power of singing; a musical voice.obsolete
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishnounThe breaststroke.hobbies lifestyle sports swimming
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishverbTo push against with the breast; to meet full on, oppose, face.figuratively often transitive
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishverbTo reach the top (of a hill).
section of clothing covering the breast areabreastEnglishverbTo debreast.cooking food lifestyletransitive
seeχρονολογώGreekverbto chronologize, date
seeχρονολογώGreekverbto date, write the date
service, sustenance, support for lifepităRomaniannounbread, specifically a kind often made from cornflour, mixed cereals, or occasionally grainsfeminine regional
service, sustenance, support for lifepităRomaniannounfood necessary for survival; bread; sustenance; support of life in general; work or service and the earnings made from itfeminine figuratively regional
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo form cracks.intransitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo break apart under force, stress, or pressure.intransitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo become debilitated by psychological pressure.intransitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo break down or yield, especially under interrogation or torture.intransitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo make a cracking sound.intransitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo change rapidly in register.intransitive of a voice
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo alternate between high and low register in the process of eventually lowering.intransitive of a pubescent boy's voice
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo make a sharply humorous comment.intransitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo realize that one is transgender.LGBT lifestyle sexualityintransitive slang
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo make a crack or cracks in.transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo break open or crush to small pieces by impact or stress.transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo strike forcefully.transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo open slightly.transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo cause to yield under interrogation or other pressure.figuratively transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo solve a difficult problem.figuratively transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo overcome a security system or component.transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo cause to make a sharp sound.transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo tell (a joke).transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo break down (a complex molecule), especially with the application of heat: to pyrolyse.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencestransitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo circumvent software restrictions such as regional coding or time limits.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo open a canned beverage, or any packaged drink or food.informal transitive
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo brag; to boast.obsolete
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo be ruined or impaired; to fail.archaic colloquial
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishverbTo barely reach or attain (a measurement or extent).colloquial
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA thin and usually jagged space opened in a previously solid material.countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA narrow opening.countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA sharply humorous comment; a wisecrack.countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounCrack cocaine, a potent, relatively cheap, addictive variety of cocaine; often a rock, usually smoked through a crack-pipe.countable slang uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounCrack cocaine, a potent, relatively cheap, addictive variety of cocaine; often a rock, usually smoked through a crack-pipe. / Something good-tasting or habit-forming.countable figuratively humorous slang uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounThe sharp sound made when solid material breaks.countable onomatopoeic uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounAny sharp sound.countable onomatopoeic uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA sharp, resounding blow.countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounAn attempt at something.countable informal uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounThe vagina.countable slang uncountable vulgar
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounThe space between the buttocks.countable informal uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounConviviality; fun; good conversation, chat, gossip, or humorous storytelling; good company.Ireland Northern-England Scotland countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounBusiness; events; news.Ireland Northern-England Scotland countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA program or procedure designed to circumvent restrictions or usage limits on software.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounAn expanding circle of white water surrounding the site of a large explosion at shallow depth, marking the progress of the shock wave through the air above the water.geography hydrodynamics hydrology natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsUS countable dated uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnouna meaningful chat.Cumbria countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounExtremely silly, absurd or off-the-wall ideas or prose.Internet countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounThe tone of voice when changed at puberty.countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA mental flaw; a touch of craziness; partial insanity.archaic countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA crazy or crack-brained person.archaic countable uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA boast; boasting.countable obsolete uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounBreach of chastity.countable obsolete uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA boy, generally a pert, lively boy.countable obsolete uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounA brief time; an instant; a jiffy.UK countable dated slang uncountable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishadjHighly trained and competent.not-comparable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishadjExcellent, first-rate, superior, top-notch.not-comparable
sharply humorous commentcrackEnglishnounOne who excels; the best.obsolete
short film短片Chinesenounshort film; shortHong-Kong Taiwan
short film短片Chinesenounshort video; video clipHong-Kong Taiwan
shoulderpalfaisWelshnounshoulderfeminine
shoulderpalfaisWelshnounshoulder bladefeminine
showing care in the use of money or provisionsprovidentEnglishadjPossessing, exercising, or demonstrating great care and consideration for the future.
showing care in the use of money or provisionsprovidentEnglishadjShowing care in the use of something (especially money or provisions), so as to avoid wasting it.
showing care in the use of money or provisionsprovidentEnglishadjProviding (for someone’s needs).
shrine天神Japanesenounall gods in the 高天原 (Takama ga Hara, “Plain of High Heaven”), the heavenly abode ruled by 天照 (Amaterasu)human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesJapanese
shrine天神Japanesenouna noble wearing ordinary robes (robes not dyed to match the wearer's rank)
shrine天神Japanesenounan umeboshi (from the way that Sugawara no Michizane (see Proper noun below) was very fond of ume)
shrine天神Japanesenounan umeboshi pit
shrine天神Japanesenounshort for 天神髷 (tenjin mage) or 天神結び (tenjin musubi), a certain kind of bow-shaped topknot or bun hairstyle worn by women, popular in the late 1800sabbreviation alt-of
shrine天神Japanesenamethe Shinto kami of scholarship, the deification of Sugawara no Michizane (845-903 CE), a scholar, poet, and politician
shrine天神Japanesenamea shrine dedicated to Sugawara no Michizane
shrine天神Japanesenameone of the traditional Noh masks, depicting one of the 鬼神 (onigami; kijin, “fierce gods”) as the vengeful spirit of Sugawara no Michizane, the lead role in the 雷電 (Raiden) piece
shrine天神Japanesenamean area in downtown Fukuoka
skilled migration技工移民Chinesenounskilled migration
skilled migration技工移民Chinesenounskilled migrant
slightly derogatory term for televisionboob tubeEnglishnounA television.US dated derogatory informal
slightly derogatory term for televisionboob tubeEnglishnounA type of woman's upper body garment consisting of a taut band of cloth around the breasts and back.Britain informal
slightly drunktipsyEnglishadjSlightly drunk, fuddled, staggering, foolish as a result of drinking alcoholic beverages.informal slang
slightly drunktipsyEnglishadjUnsteady, askew.metonymically
slightly drunktipsyEnglishadjContaining alcohol.cooking food lifestyleinformal
snap beansnapEnglishnounA quick breaking or cracking sound or the action of producing such a sound.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA sudden break.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounAn attempt to seize, bite, attack, or grab.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounThe act of snapping the fingers; making a sound by pressing a finger against the thumb and suddenly releasing to strike the hand.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA fastening device that makes a snapping sound when used.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA photograph; a snapshot.countable informal uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounThe sudden release of something held under pressure or tension.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA thin circular cookie or similar baked good.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA brief, sudden period of a certain weather; used primarily in the phrase cold snap.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA very short period of time (figuratively, the time taken to snap one's fingers), or a task that can be accomplished in such a period.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA snap bean such as Phaseolus vulgaris.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA backward pass or handoff of a football from its position on the ground that puts the ball in play; a hike.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA rivet: a scrapbooking embellishment.colloquial countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA small device resembling a safety pin, used to attach the bait or lure to the line.fishing hobbies lifestylecountable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA small meal, a snack; lunch.UK countable regional uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA card game, primarily for children, in which players cry "snap" to claim pairs of matching cards as they are turned up.uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA greedy fellow.countable obsolete uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounThat which is, or may be, snapped up; something bitten off, seized, or obtained by a single quick movement; hence, a bite, morsel, or fragment; a scrap.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounbriskness; vigour; energy; decisioncountable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounAny circumstance out of which money may be made or an advantage gained. used primarily in the phrase soft snap.archaic countable slang uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounSomething that is easy or effortless.countable slang uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA snapper, or snap beetle.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounjounce (the fourth derivative of the position vector with respect to time), followed by crackle and popnatural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable humorous uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA quick offhand shot with a firearm; a snap shot.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounSomething of no value.colloquial countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA visual message sent through the Snapchat application.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA package provided for the application sandboxing system snapd developed by Canonical.Linux computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwarecountable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA crisp or pithy quality; epigrammatic point or force.uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA tool used by riveters.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA tool used by glass-moulders.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA brief theatrical engagement.countable dated slang uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA cheat or sharper.countable dated slang uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounA newsflash.countable uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishnounAn insult of the kind used in the African-American verbal game of the dozens.countable slang uncountable
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo fracture or break apart suddenly.intransitive transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo give forth or produce a sharp cracking noise; to crack.intransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo attempt to seize or bite with the teeth, beak, etc.intransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo attempt to seize with eagerness.intransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo speak abruptly or sharply.intransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo give way abruptly and loudly.intransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo suffer a mental breakdown, usually while under tension.intransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo flash or appear to flash as with light.intransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo fit or fasten together with a snapping sound.intransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo jump to a fixed position relative to another element.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo snatch with or as if with the teeth.transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo pull apart with a snapping sound; to pop loose.transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo say abruptly or sharply.transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo speak to abruptly or sharply; to treat snappishly; usually with up.dated transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo cause something to emit a snapping sound, especially by closing it rapidly.transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo close something using a snap as a fastener.transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo snap one's fingers: to make a snapping sound, often by pressing the thumb and an opposing finger of the same hand together and suddenly releasing the grip so that the finger hits against the palm; alternatively, by bringing the index finger quickly down onto the middle finger and thumb.transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo cause to move suddenly and smartly.transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo take a photograph; to release a camera's shutter (which may make a snapping sound).transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo send a visual message through the Snapchat application.transitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo put (a football) in play by a backward pass or handoff from its position on the ground; to hike (a football).American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo misfire.
snap beansnapEnglishverbTo catch out sharply (a batsman who has just snicked a bowled ball).ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
snap beansnapEnglishintjThe cry used in a game of snap when winning a hand.
snap beansnapEnglishintj"I've got one the same!", "Me too!"Australia Britain broadly
snap beansnapEnglishintjRitual utterance of agreement (after the cry in the card game snap).Britain
snap beansnapEnglishintjUsed in place of expletive to express surprise, usually in response to a negative statement or news; often used facetiously.Canada US
snap beansnapEnglishintjRitual utterance used after something is said by two people at exactly the same time.Australia Britain New-Zealand
snap beansnapEnglishadjDone, made, performed, etc., quickly and unexpectedly, or without deliberation.attributive informal not-comparable
sorehelläFinnishadjaffectionate, fond, tender
sorehelläFinnishadjgentle
sorehelläFinnishadjtender, sore
sorehelläFinnishnounadessive singular of he (“he (a letter of some Semitic alphabets)”)adessive form-of singular
soundultrasoundEnglishnounSound with a frequency greater than the upper limit of human hearing, which is approximately 20 kilohertz.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
soundultrasoundEnglishnounThe use of ultrasonic waves for diagnostic or therapeutic purposes.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
soundultrasoundEnglishverbTo treat with ultrasound.intransitive transitive
spicecorianderEnglishnounThe annual herb Coriandrum sativum, used in many cuisines.UK uncountable usually
spicecorianderEnglishnounThe dried fruits thereof, used as a spice.US uncountable usually
state of AustraliaNew South WalesEnglishnameOne of the six states of Australia. Capital: Sydney. Situated in the south-eastern part of the continent.
state of AustraliaNew South WalesEnglishname(1770—1850s) The original name conferred on Australia by Captain James Cook, and used to describe the entire eastern portion of the continent.historical
state of AustraliaNew South WalesEnglishname(1788—1901) The colony that was founded in 1788, which grew progressively smaller as other colonies were separated from it, and became a state in 1901.historical
state of AustraliaNew South WalesEnglishname(1631–?) The name of an area of modern Canada stretching from the Nelson River in Manitoba to the James Bay in Ontario.historical
stratigo (“stratification”)stratoIdonounstratumgeography geology natural-sciences
stratigo (“stratification”)stratoIdonounlayer
sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breezeflurryEnglishnounA light, brief snowfall.
sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breezeflurryEnglishnounA sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breeze.
sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breezeflurryEnglishnounA shower of dust, leaves etc. brought on by a sudden gust of wind.
sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breezeflurryEnglishnounAny sudden activity; a stir.figuratively
sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breezeflurryEnglishnounA snack consisting of soft ice cream mixed with small pieces of fruit, cookie crumbs, etc.
sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breezeflurryEnglishnounThe violent spasms of a dying whale.
sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breezeflurryEnglishnounAn occurrence of something (countable instances) in large numbers, happening suddenly or in a short period of time.
sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breezeflurryEnglishverbTo agitate, bewilder, fluster.transitive
sudden and brief blast or gust; a light, temporary breezeflurryEnglishverbTo move or fall in a flurry.intransitive
supplementary or subsidiaryauxiliaryEnglishadjHelping; giving assistance or support.not-comparable
supplementary or subsidiaryauxiliaryEnglishadjSupplementary or subsidiary.not-comparable
supplementary or subsidiaryauxiliaryEnglishadjHeld in reserve for exceptional circumstances.not-comparable
supplementary or subsidiaryauxiliaryEnglishadjOf a ship, having both sails and an engine.nautical transportnot-comparable
supplementary or subsidiaryauxiliaryEnglishadjRelating to an auxiliary verb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
supplementary or subsidiaryauxiliaryEnglishnounA person or group that acts in an auxiliary manner.
supplementary or subsidiaryauxiliaryEnglishnounA sailing vessel equipped with an engine.
supplementary or subsidiaryauxiliaryEnglishnounAn auxiliary verb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
supplementary or subsidiaryauxiliaryEnglishnounA marching band colorguard.
swimming eventmedleyEnglishnounCombat, fighting; a battle.archaic
swimming eventmedleyEnglishnoun1632, Xenophon, translated by Philemon Holland, Cyrupaedia: For greater shields they have, than that they can either doe or see ought, and being raunged by hundreds no doubt they will hinder one another in the medley, except some very few / 1632, Xenophon, translated by Philemon Holland, Cyrupaedia
swimming eventmedleyEnglishnoun1632, Xenophon, translated by Philemon Holland, Cyrupaedia: For greater shields they have, than that they can either doe or see ought, and being raunged by hundreds no doubt they will hinder one another in the medley, except some very few / For greater shields they have, than that they can either doe or see ought, and being raunged by hundreds no doubt they will hinder one another in the medley, except some very few
swimming eventmedleyEnglishnounA collection or mixture of miscellaneous things.
swimming eventmedleyEnglishnounA collection of related songs played or mixed together as a single piece.entertainment lifestyle music
swimming eventmedleyEnglishnounA competitive swimming event that combines the four strokes of butterfly, backstroke, breaststroke, and freestyle.hobbies lifestyle sports swimming
swimming eventmedleyEnglishnounA cloth of mixed colours.
swimming eventmedleyEnglishverbTo combine, to form a medley.entertainment lifestyle music
taking place at an inopportune timeuntimelyEnglishadjAt an inopportune time.
taking place at an inopportune timeuntimelyEnglishadjEarly; premature.
taking place at an inopportune timeuntimelyEnglishadvPrematurely.
tennis player網球手Chinesenountennis player
tennis player網球手Chinesenountennis elbowmedicine sciencesHong-Kong colloquial
the decline in value of assetsdepreciationEnglishnounThe state of being depreciated; disparagement.countable uncountable
the decline in value of assetsdepreciationEnglishnounThe decline in value of assets.countable uncountable
the decline in value of assetsdepreciationEnglishnounThe measurement of the decline in value of assets. Not to be confused with impairment, which is the measurement of the unplanned, extraordinary decline in value of assets.accounting business financecountable uncountable
the only one; without peersoleEnglishadjOnly.not-comparable
the only one; without peersoleEnglishadjUnmarried (especially of a woman); widowed.lawnot-comparable
the only one; without peersoleEnglishadjUnique; unsurpassed.not-comparable
the only one; without peersoleEnglishadjWith independent power; unfettered.not-comparable
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe bottom or plantar surface of the foot.anatomy medicine sciences
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe bottom of a shoe or boot.
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe foot itself.obsolete
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounSolea solea, a flatfish of the family Soleidae.biology natural-sciences zoology
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe bottom or lower part of anything, or that on which anything rests in standing. / The bottom of the body of a plough; the slade.
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe bottom or lower part of anything, or that on which anything rests in standing. / The bottom of a furrow.
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe bottom or lower part of anything, or that on which anything rests in standing. / The end section of the chanter of a set of bagpipes.
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe bottom or lower part of anything, or that on which anything rests in standing. / The horny substance under a horse's foot, which protects the more tender parts.
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe bottom or lower part of anything, or that on which anything rests in standing. / The bottom of an embrasure.government military politics war
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe bottom or lower part of anything, or that on which anything rests in standing. / A piece of timber attached to the lower part of the rudder, to make it even with the false keel.nautical transport
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe bottom or lower part of anything, or that on which anything rests in standing. / The floor inside the cabin of a yacht or boatnautical transport
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounThe seat or bottom of a mine; applied to horizontal veins or lodes.business mining
the only one; without peersoleEnglishverbto put a sole on (a shoe or boot)transitive
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounA wooden band or yoke put around the neck of an ox or cow in the stall.dialectal obsolete
the only one; without peersoleEnglishnounA pond or pool; a dirty pond of standing water.Northern-England dialectal
the only one; without peersoleEnglishverbTo pull by the ears; to pull about; haul; lug.UK dialectal transitive
the point in the sky opposite to the centre of a galaxyanticenterEnglishnounThe point in the sky opposite to that of the centre of the galaxy (when viewed from Earth)astronomy natural-sciences
the point in the sky opposite to the centre of a galaxyanticenterEnglishnounantiepicentergeography geology natural-sciences
the point in the sky opposite to the centre of a galaxyanticenterEnglishnounThe point of concurrence of the four maltitudes of a cyclic quadrilateralmathematics sciences
the state or quality of being reciprocalreciprocityEnglishnounThe characteristic of being reciprocal, e.g. of a relationship between people.countable uncountable
the state or quality of being reciprocalreciprocityEnglishnounA reciprocal relationship.countable uncountable
the state or quality of being reciprocalreciprocityEnglishnounA relation of mutual dependence or action or influence.countable uncountable
the state or quality of being reciprocalreciprocityEnglishnounA reciprocal construction involves two noun phrases where each of the participants occupies both the role of agent and patient with respect to the other. see: Wikipedia:Reciprocal pronoun.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
the state or quality of being reciprocalreciprocityEnglishnounThe mutual exchange of rights, privileges or obligations between nations. see: Wikipedia:Reciprocity (international relations).countable uncountable
the state or quality of being reciprocalreciprocityEnglishnounThe responses of individuals to the actions of others.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishnounThe recoil of an object bouncing off another.
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishnounA return to health or well-being; a recovery.
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishnounAn effort to recover from a setback.
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishnounThe period of getting over a recently ended romantic relationship.colloquial
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishnounA romantic partner with whom one begins a relationship (or the relationship one begins) for the sake of getting over a previous, recently ended romantic relationship.colloquial
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishnounThe strike of the ball after it has bounced off a defending player or the crossbar or goalpost.hobbies lifestyle sports
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishnounAn instance of catching the ball after it has hit the rim or backboard without a basket being scored, generally credited to a particular player.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sports
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishverbTo bound or spring back from a force.
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishverbTo give back an echo.
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishverbTo jump up or get back up again.figuratively
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishverbTo send back; to reverberate.transitive
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishverbTo catch the ball after it has hit the rim or backboard without scoring a basket for the other team.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sports
the strike of the ballreboundEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of rebindform-of participle past
theynetKvendetthese, those
theynetKvenpronthese, those
theynetKvenpronthey
time of life between 13 and 19 years oldteensEnglishnounplural of teenform-of plural
time of life between 13 and 19 years oldteensEnglishnounThe numbers between thirteen and nineteen.plural plural-only
time of life between 13 and 19 years oldteensEnglishnounThe time of life between thirteen and nineteen years old; the teenage years.plural plural-only
time of life between 13 and 19 years oldteensEnglishnounThe second decade of a century: the 1910s, 2010s, etc. The oneties, the tens.plural plural-only
time of life between 13 and 19 years oldteensEnglishnounThe range between 10 and 19.temperatureplural plural-only
times of daynightEnglishnounThe time when the Sun is below the horizon when the sky is dark.countable
times of daynightEnglishnounThe period of darkness beginning at the end of evening astronomical twilight when the sun is 18 degrees below the horizon, and ending at the beginning of morning astronomical twilight.astronomy natural-sciencescountable
times of daynightEnglishnounA period of time often defined in the legal system as beginning 30 minutes after sunset, and ending 30 minutes before sunrise.lawcountable
times of daynightEnglishnounAn evening or night spent at a particular activity.countable
times of daynightEnglishnounA day, or at least a night.countable
times of daynightEnglishnounNightfall.uncountable
times of daynightEnglishnounDarkness (due to it being nighttime).uncountable
times of daynightEnglishnounA dark blue colour, midnight blue.uncountable
times of daynightEnglishnounA night's worth of competitions, generally one game.hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial countable uncountable
times of daynightEnglishintjEllipsis of good night.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
times of daynightEnglishverbTo spend a night (in a place), to overnight.
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishverbTo believe; to put credence in.transitive
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishverbTo add to an account.accounting business financetransitive
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishverbTo acknowledge the contribution of.transitive
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishverbTo bring honour or repute upon; to do credit to; to raise the estimation of.transitive
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounReliance on the truth of something said or done; faith; trust.countable uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounRecognition, respect and admiration.uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounAcknowledgement of a contribution, especially in the performing arts.countable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounWritten titles and other information about the TV program or movie shown at the beginning and/or end of the TV program or movie.countable plural-normally uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounA privilege of delayed payment extended to a buyer or borrower on the seller's or lender's belief that what is given will be repaid.business finance lawuncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounThe time given for payment for something sold on trust.countable uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounA person's credit rating or creditworthiness, as represented by their history of borrowing and repayment (or non payment).US uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounAn addition to certain accounts; the side of an account on which payments received are entered.accounting business financecountable uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounA reduction in taxes owed, or a refund for excess taxes paid.countable uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounA source of value, distinction or honour.countable uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounA unit of currency used in a fictional universe or timeframe.literature media publishing science-fictioncountable uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounA nominal unit of value assigned outside of a currency system.countable uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounRecognition for having taken a course (class).uncountable
to acknowledge a contributioncreditEnglishnounA course credit, a credit hour – used as measure if enough courses have been taken for graduation.countable
to appreciate, to enjoy, to likeOpenB@Chest-PalmBack CirclesSurfaceAmerican Sign Languageadvplease; would you please; used in a polite request
to appreciate, to enjoy, to likeOpenB@Chest-PalmBack CirclesSurfaceAmerican Sign Languageverbto please (someone); to gratifydated transitive
to appreciate, to enjoy, to likeOpenB@Chest-PalmBack CirclesSurfaceAmerican Sign Languageverbto enjoy; to likedated
to appreciate, to enjoy, to likeOpenB@Chest-PalmBack CirclesSurfaceAmerican Sign Languageverbto appreciateintransitive
to appreciate, to enjoy, to likeOpenB@Chest-PalmBack CirclesSurfaceAmerican Sign Languageadjwilling
to appreciate, to enjoy, to likeOpenB@Chest-PalmBack CirclesSurfaceAmerican Sign Languagenounenjoyment; pleasure
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishnounA jointed or flexible device that allows the pivoting of a door etc.
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishnounA naturally occurring joint resembling such hardware in form or action, as in the shell of a bivalve.
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishnounA stamp hinge, a folded and gummed paper rectangle for affixing postage stamps in an album.
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishnounA principle, or a point in time, on which subsequent reasonings or events depend.
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishnounThe median of the upper or lower half of a batch, sample, or probability distribution.mathematics sciences statistics
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishnounOne of the four cardinal points, east, west, north, or south.
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishnounA movement that presents itself as rotation when an off-centre fixed point is taken into account.
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishnounIn polyamory, a person connected emotionally or sexually to two others who are not connected to each other.
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishverbTo attach by, or equip with a hinge.transitive
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishverbTo depend on something.intransitive
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishverbThe breaking off of the distal end of a knapped stone flake whose presumed course across the face of the stone core was truncated prematurely, leaving not a feathered distal end but instead the scar of a nearly perpendicular break.archaeology history human-sciences sciencestransitive
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishverbTo bend.obsolete
to attach by a hingehingeEnglishverbTo move or already be positioned in such a fashion that it presents itself as rotation when an off-centre fixed point is taken into account.
to attackpultiLithuanianverbto fallintransitive
to attackpultiLithuanianverbto fall (about accent)intransitive
to attackpultiLithuanianverbto be fallenfiguratively intransitive
to attackpultiLithuanianverbto fall (temperature, price etc.)figuratively intransitive
to attackpultiLithuanianverbto attack, to assault (apply violent force to someone or something)transitive
to attackpultiLithuanianverbto attack (about sickness)intransitive transitive
to attackpultiLithuanianverbnominative masculine plural of pultasform-of masculine nominative participle passive past plural
to attend classes at a schoolgo toEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see go, to.
to attend classes at a schoolgo toEnglishverbTo attend an event or a sight.
to attend classes at a schoolgo toEnglishverbTo attend classes at a school as a student.idiomatic
to attend classes at a schoolgo toEnglishverbTo tend to support.
to attend classes at a schoolgo toEnglishverbTo get to work; (imperatively) come on.archaic intransitive
to attend classes at a schoolgo toEnglishverbUsed imperatively to express protest or surprise; "come, now!".archaic intransitive
to attend classes at a schoolgo toEnglishnounThe branching construct GOTO.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencescapitalized sometimes
to bash against a wall撞牆Chineseverbto bash against a wallverb-object
to bash against a wall撞牆Chineseverbto be rebuffed; to be refusedfiguratively verb-object
to be refusedstrike outEnglishverbTo lash out; to strike or hit at someone or something, particularly something in arm's length of the striker and at or near the level of the striker's head.intransitive often with at
to be refusedstrike outEnglishverbTo strongly criticize or make a verbal attack, particularly as a response to previous criticism or provocation.figuratively
to be refusedstrike outEnglishverbTo draw a line through some text such as a printed or written sentence, with the purpose of deleting that text from the rest of the document.
to be refusedstrike outEnglishverbto treat something as settledlawfiguratively
to be refusedstrike outEnglishverbOf a batter, to be retired after three strikes (missed swings, as opposed to any other way of becoming "out"); of a pitcher, to cause this to happen to the batter.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle softball sportsergative
to be refusedstrike outEnglishverbTo fail; to be refused a request or to have a proposal not be accepted, in particular a request for a (hopefully romantic) date.colloquial figuratively intransitive
to be refusedstrike outEnglishverbTo begin to make one's way.
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbTo increase in extent.intransitive
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbTo possess a certain extent; to cover an amount of space.intransitive
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbTo cause to increase in extent.transitive
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbTo cause to last for a longer period of time.transitive
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbTo straighten (a limb).transitive
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbTo bestow; to offer; to impart; to apply.transitive
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbTo increase in quantity by weakening or adulterating additions.
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbTo value, as lands taken by a writ of extent in satisfaction of a debt; to assign by writ of extent.lawUK
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbOf a class: to be an extension or subtype of, or to be based on, a prototype or a more abstract class.
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishverbTo reenlist for a further period.government military politics warUS intransitive
to bestow, offer, impartextendEnglishnounMisspelling of extent.alt-of misspelling
to cause to restlullEnglishnounA period of rest or soothing.
to cause to restlullEnglishnounA period of reduced activity; a respite
to cause to restlullEnglishnounA period without waves or wind.nautical transport
to cause to restlullEnglishnounAn extended pause between sets of waves.hobbies lifestyle sports surfing
to cause to restlullEnglishverbTo cause to rest by soothing influences; to compose; to calmtransitive
to cause to restlullEnglishverbTo become gradually calm; to subside; to cease or abate.intransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA quick breaking or cracking sound or the action of producing such a sound.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA sudden break.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounAn attempt to seize, bite, attack, or grab.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounThe act of snapping the fingers; making a sound by pressing a finger against the thumb and suddenly releasing to strike the hand.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA fastening device that makes a snapping sound when used.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA photograph; a snapshot.countable informal uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounThe sudden release of something held under pressure or tension.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA thin circular cookie or similar baked good.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA brief, sudden period of a certain weather; used primarily in the phrase cold snap.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA very short period of time (figuratively, the time taken to snap one's fingers), or a task that can be accomplished in such a period.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA snap bean such as Phaseolus vulgaris.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA backward pass or handoff of a football from its position on the ground that puts the ball in play; a hike.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA rivet: a scrapbooking embellishment.colloquial countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA small device resembling a safety pin, used to attach the bait or lure to the line.fishing hobbies lifestylecountable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA small meal, a snack; lunch.UK countable regional uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA card game, primarily for children, in which players cry "snap" to claim pairs of matching cards as they are turned up.uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA greedy fellow.countable obsolete uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounThat which is, or may be, snapped up; something bitten off, seized, or obtained by a single quick movement; hence, a bite, morsel, or fragment; a scrap.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounbriskness; vigour; energy; decisioncountable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounAny circumstance out of which money may be made or an advantage gained. used primarily in the phrase soft snap.archaic countable slang uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounSomething that is easy or effortless.countable slang uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA snapper, or snap beetle.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounjounce (the fourth derivative of the position vector with respect to time), followed by crackle and popnatural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable humorous uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA quick offhand shot with a firearm; a snap shot.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounSomething of no value.colloquial countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA visual message sent through the Snapchat application.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA package provided for the application sandboxing system snapd developed by Canonical.Linux computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwarecountable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA crisp or pithy quality; epigrammatic point or force.uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA tool used by riveters.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA tool used by glass-moulders.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA brief theatrical engagement.countable dated slang uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA cheat or sharper.countable dated slang uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounA newsflash.countable uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishnounAn insult of the kind used in the African-American verbal game of the dozens.countable slang uncountable
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo fracture or break apart suddenly.intransitive transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo give forth or produce a sharp cracking noise; to crack.intransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo attempt to seize or bite with the teeth, beak, etc.intransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo attempt to seize with eagerness.intransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo speak abruptly or sharply.intransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo give way abruptly and loudly.intransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo suffer a mental breakdown, usually while under tension.intransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo flash or appear to flash as with light.intransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo fit or fasten together with a snapping sound.intransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo jump to a fixed position relative to another element.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo snatch with or as if with the teeth.transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo pull apart with a snapping sound; to pop loose.transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo say abruptly or sharply.transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo speak to abruptly or sharply; to treat snappishly; usually with up.dated transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo cause something to emit a snapping sound, especially by closing it rapidly.transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo close something using a snap as a fastener.transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo snap one's fingers: to make a snapping sound, often by pressing the thumb and an opposing finger of the same hand together and suddenly releasing the grip so that the finger hits against the palm; alternatively, by bringing the index finger quickly down onto the middle finger and thumb.transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo cause to move suddenly and smartly.transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo take a photograph; to release a camera's shutter (which may make a snapping sound).transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo send a visual message through the Snapchat application.transitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo put (a football) in play by a backward pass or handoff from its position on the ground; to hike (a football).American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo misfire.
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishverbTo catch out sharply (a batsman who has just snicked a bowled ball).ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishintjThe cry used in a game of snap when winning a hand.
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishintj"I've got one the same!", "Me too!"Australia Britain broadly
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishintjRitual utterance of agreement (after the cry in the card game snap).Britain
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishintjUsed in place of expletive to express surprise, usually in response to a negative statement or news; often used facetiously.Canada US
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishintjRitual utterance used after something is said by two people at exactly the same time.Australia Britain New-Zealand
to close something using a snap as a fastenersnapEnglishadjDone, made, performed, etc., quickly and unexpectedly, or without deliberation.attributive informal not-comparable
to compose or sing balladsballadEnglishnounA kind of narrative poem, adapted for recitation or singing; especially, a sentimental or romantic poem in short stanzas.
to compose or sing balladsballadEnglishnounA slow romantic song.
to compose or sing balladsballadEnglishverbTo make mention of in ballads.obsolete
to compose or sing balladsballadEnglishverbTo compose or sing ballads.intransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / to own; to possess; to have; to have gottransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / to be rich, to have plenty of money; or, to have enough money to live comfortablyintransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / to have as a component or to consist oftransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / to have (to be related in some way to, with the object identifying the relationship)transitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / to be in possession of; to have as part of one’s personal effects; to have in handtransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / to consist of a certain amount of units of measurementtransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / to have a certain characteristictransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / to be afflicted with a certain disease or other medical conditiontransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / indicates that the subject has an event (the object) scheduledtransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / to receive one’s wageBrazil intransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbmust; to have toauxiliary with de or que and a verb in the infinitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / forms the past perfectauxiliary forms followed by a masculine singular past participle imperfect indicative
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / forms the present perfect progressiveauxiliary forms followed by a masculine singular past participle indicative present
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto have / forms the conditional perfectauxiliary conditional forms followed by a masculine singular past participle
to consist ofterPortugueseverbthere be (to exist, physically or abstractly)Brazil impersonal transitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto give birth totransitive
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto consider (assign some quality to)copulative transitive with por or como
to consist ofterPortugueseverbto go to; to interact with somebodytransitive with com
to denigrateknockEnglishnounAn abrupt rapping sound, as from an impact of a hard object against wood.countable uncountable
to denigrateknockEnglishnounA sharp impact.countable uncountable
to denigrateknockEnglishnounA criticism.countable figuratively uncountable
to denigrateknockEnglishnounA blow or setback.countable figuratively uncountable
to denigrateknockEnglishnounPreignition, a type of abnormal combustion occurring in spark ignition engines caused by self-ignition; also, the characteristic knocking sound associated with it.automotive transport vehiclesuncountable
to denigrateknockEnglishnounA batsman's innings.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
to denigrateknockEnglishnounSynonym of hunger knockcycling hobbies lifestyle sportsuncountable
to denigrateknockEnglishverbTo rap one's knuckles against something, especially wood.intransitive
to denigrateknockEnglishverbTo strike for admittance; to rap upon, as a door.dated transitive
to denigrateknockEnglishverbTo criticize verbally; to denigrate; to undervalue.colloquial transitive
to denigrateknockEnglishverbTo kick a ball towards another player; to pass.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportstransitive
to denigrateknockEnglishverbTo impress forcibly or strongly; to astonish; to move to admiration or applause.Britain dated slang transitive
to denigrateknockEnglishverbTo bump or impact.dated intransitive transitive
to denigrateknockEnglishverbTo have sex with.slang transitive
to denigrateknockEnglishverbTo prosecute under the law; to arrest, imprison, etc.slang transitive
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounAn act of tracing.
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounAn enquiry sent out for a missing article, such as a letter or an express package.
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounA mark left as a sign of passage of a person or animal.
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounA residue of some substance or material.
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounA very small amount.
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounA current-carrying conductive pathway on a printed circuit board.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounAn informal road or prominent path in an arid area.
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounOne of two straps, chains, or ropes of a harness, extending from the collar or breastplate to a whippletree attached to a vehicle or thing to be drawn; a tug.
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounA connecting bar or rod, pivoted at each end to the end of another piece, for transmitting motion, especially from one plane to another; specifically, such a piece in an organ stop action to transmit motion from the trundle to the lever actuating the stop slider.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounThe ground plan of a work or works.fortification fortifications government military politics war
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounThe intersection of a plane of projection, or an original plane, with a coordinate plane.geometry mathematics sciences
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounThe sum of the diagonal elements of a square matrix.mathematics sciences
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounAn empty category occupying a position in the syntactic structure from which something has been moved, used to explain constructions such as wh-movement and the passive.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishnounA sequence of instructions, including branches but not loops, that is executed for some input data.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishverbTo follow the trail of.transitive
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishverbTo follow the history of.
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishverbTo draw or sketch lightly or with care.transitive
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishverbTo copy onto a sheet of paper superimposed over the original, by drawing over its lines.transitive
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishverbTo copy; to imitate.obsolete transitive
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishverbTo walk; to go; to travel.intransitive obsolete
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishverbTo walk over; to pass through; to traverse.obsolete transitive
to draw or sketchtraceEnglishverbTo follow the execution of the program by making it to stop after every instruction, or by making it print a message after every step.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
to get to a placecome overEnglishverbTo affect in a sudden, unprecedented or surprising manner; to overwhelm a person's ordinarily contrary impulse.transitive
to get to a placecome overEnglishverbTo change one's position or location, especially to someone's place of residence; to come by.intransitive
to get to a placecome overEnglishverbTo deceive or get the better of; overreach.dated slang transitive
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishnounAn excavation in the earth as a place of burial.
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishnounAny place of interment; a tomb; a sepulcher.
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishnounDeath, destruction.broadly
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishnounDeceased people; the dead.broadly
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishverbTo dig.obsolete transitive
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishverbTo carve or cut, as letters or figures, on some hard substance; to engrave.intransitive obsolete
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishverbTo carve out or give shape to, by cutting with a chisel; to sculpture.obsolete transitive
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishverbTo impress deeply (on the mind); to fix indelibly.intransitive obsolete
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishverbTo entomb; to bury.obsolete transitive
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishverbTo write or delineate on hard substances, by means of incised lines; to practice engraving.intransitive obsolete
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishadjCharacterised by a dignified sense of seriousness; not cheerful.
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishadjLow in pitch, tone etc.
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishadjSerious, in a negative sense; important, formidable.
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishadjDull, produced in the middle or back of the mouth. (See Grave and acute on Wikipedia.Wikipedia)human-sciences linguistics phonology sciencesdated of a sound
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishadjInfluential, important; authoritative.obsolete
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishnounA grave accent.
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishnounA count, prefect, or person holding office.historical
to impress on the mindgraveEnglishverbTo clean, as a vessel's bottom, of barnacles, grass, etc., and pay it over with pitch — so called because graves or greaves was formerly used for this purpose.nautical transportobsolete transitive
to like somebody, not romanticallygustarSpanishverb(followed by a or preceded by an indirect object) to be pleasing to (usually translated into English as like with exchange of the subject and object)intransitive
to like somebody, not romanticallygustarSpanishverbto tastedated transitive
to live in a tentcampEnglishnounAn outdoor place acting as temporary accommodation in tents or other temporary structures.countable uncountable
to live in a tent