Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

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SensetextWordLanguagePart-of-speechGlossTopicsTags
-endHungariansuffixAdded to a stem to form a verb with an instantaneous meaning.morpheme rare
-endHungariansuffixAdded to a verb to form the future tense.archaic morpheme personal suffix
-iskoPolishsuffixforms augmentativesmorpheme neuter
-iskoPolishsuffixforms nounsmorpheme neuter
-manEnglishsuffixSomeone (possibly implied male) who is an expert in an area or who takes part in an activity.morpheme
-manEnglishsuffixSomeone (possibly implied male) who is employed or holds a position in an area.morpheme
-manEnglishsuffixSomeone (possibly implied male) who has special characteristics relating to a topic or area.morpheme
-manEnglishsuffixSomeone (possibly implied male) who has a particular nationality.morpheme
-manEnglishsuffixA ship which has special characteristics relating to a trade or area.morpheme
1@InsideChesthigh-RadialUpAmerican Sign Languagepronthat indicated person or thing; you; he; she; it; him; her; that
1@InsideChesthigh-RadialUpAmerican Sign Languageprondesignates a space that will henceforth represent the person or thing just previously identified
1@InsideChesthigh-RadialUpAmerican Sign Languagepronthe person or thing for which this space was previously designated; he; she; it; they; that
A+EnglishnounAn academic grade issued by certain educational institutions. Slightly better than an A.
A+EnglishnounThe highest possible rating.slang
A+EnglishnounSingle A advanced league.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
A+EnglishnameInitialism of Atheism Plus.abbreviation alt-of initialism
ACEEnglishnameInitialism of American Council on Education.educationUS abbreviation alt-of initialism
ACEEnglishnameInitialism of Advanced Composition Explorer, a NASA spacecraft.aerospace astronautics business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
ACEEnglishnameInitialism of American Cinema Editors.abbreviation alt-of initialism
ACEEnglishnameInitialism of Attempto Controlled English.abbreviation alt-of initialism
ACEEnglishnameA proprietary data compression archive file format.
ACEEnglishnounA member of American Cinema Editorsbroadcasting film media televisioncountable uncountable
ACEEnglishnounInitialism of angiotensin converting enzyme.biochemistry biology chemistry medicine microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ACEEnglishnounInitialism of air combat element.government military politics warabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ACEEnglishnounInitialism of aviation combat element.government military politics warabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ACEEnglishnounInitialism of analysis and control element.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ACEEnglishnounInitialism of arbitrary code execution.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ACEEnglishnounInitialism of access control entry.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ACEEnglishnounInitialism of ASCII-compatible encoding.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ACEEnglishnounInitialism of adverse childhood experience.human-sciences psychology sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ACEEnglishnounInitialism of accumulated cyclone energy.climatology meteorology natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
AKEnglishnameAbbreviation of Alaska, A state of the United States.US abbreviation alt-of
AKEnglishnounan AK-47, AK-74, or related assault rifle (Avtomat Kalasnikova or Kalashnikov)
AKEnglishnounAny assault rifle or machine gun.broadly nonstandard slang
AbbyEnglishnameA diminutive of the female given name Abigail, from Hebrew, also used as a formal given name.
AbbyEnglishnameA diminutive of the male given name Albert, from the Germanic languages
AlbuciusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / a Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held bydeclension-2
AlbuciusLatinnamea Roman nomen gentile, gens or "family name" famously held by: / Titus Albucius, a Roman oratordeclension-2
AlcantaraTagalognamea surname from Spanish
AlcantaraTagalognameA municipality of Cebu, Philippines.
AlmagroSpanishnamea surname
AlmagroSpanishnamea place name: / Almagro (a neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina)
AlmagroSpanishnamea place name: / Almagro (a municipality of Samar, Philippines)
AlmagroSpanishnamea place name: / Almagro (a town in Ciudad Real, Castilla-La Mancha, Spain)
AlmagroSpanishnamea place name: / Almagro (a neighbourhood of Madrid, Spain)
AntrimEnglishnameA county in northeastern Northern Ireland.
AntrimEnglishnameA town in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, that is the county town.
AxelEnglishnameA male given name from the Germanic languages in quiet use since the 19th century.
AxelEnglishnameA surname.
B.O.PortuguesenounBoletim de Ocorrência (a formal report of a crime to the police)Brazil initialism masculine
B.O.Portuguesenouna serious problem or something that went wrongBrazil figuratively masculine
BundjalungEnglishnounThe Aboriginal Australians who are the original custodians of a region based roughly around the northern coastal area of New South Wales, and a portion of south-east Queensland.plural plural-only
BundjalungEnglishnameA nearly extinct aboriginal language of New South Wales.
BálintHungariannamea male given name, equivalent to English Valentine
BálintHungariannamea surname
BędzinEnglishnameA city in southern Poland.
BędzinEnglishnameA village in Gmina Lipiany, Pyrzyce, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland.
BędzinEnglishnameA village in Gmina Twardogóra, Oleśnica, Lower Silesian, Poland.
BędzinEnglishnameA lake in Pojezierze Myśliborskie district, Poland.
CapitolEnglishnameAny particular capitol / The citadel and temples on the Capitoline Hill in Ancient Rome.historical
CapitolEnglishnameAny particular capitol / The town hall of Toulouse, France.
CapitolEnglishnameAny particular capitol / The building in Washington, D.C., in which both houses of the Congress of the United States meet.
CapitolEnglishnameAny particular capitol / The chief building in any state capital in which the state legislature meets.US with context or qualifier
CasamanceEnglishnameA river in West Africa.
CasamanceEnglishnameA region of Senegal located south of The Gambia, with the above river running through it.
ChytrośPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
ChytrośPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
ColumbianaEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Shelby County, Alabama, United States.
ColumbianaEnglishnameA city in Columbiana County and Mahoning County, Ohio, United States. It was named after Columbiana County.
CroatismEnglishnounA word or other feature originating from or characteristic of the Croatian language.
CroatismEnglishnounA nationalistic ideology declaring being Croatian is the highest value.
EmissionGermannounemissionfeminine
EmissionGermannounissue, launchfeminine
EsseHunsriknounfoodneuter
EsseHunsriknounmealneuter
FlaaskSaterland Frisiannounmeatneuter uncountable
FlaaskSaterland Frisiannounfleshneuter uncountable
FrenchmanEnglishnounA man of French birth or nationality.
FrenchmanEnglishnounA home-made tool used by bricklayers to cut excess mortar from newly pointed brickwork.
FrenchmanEnglishnounThe red-legged partridge.UK
HongaarDutchnounA Hungarian, member of the Magyar peoplemasculine
HongaarDutchnounA Hungarian, member or descendant of the population of Hungarymasculine
JaglarzPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
JaglarzPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
JongLimburgishnounboy, ladmasculine
JongLimburgishnounsonmasculine
KeynesEnglishnameAn English surname from Old French.
KeynesEnglishnameJohn Maynard Keynes, English economist
KomorlarTurkishnameComoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa) # Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte) / Comoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa)
KomorlarTurkishnameComoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa) # Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte) / Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte)
LimburgischGermannameLimburgish; Limburgian (Germanic dialect continuum between Low Franconian and Central Franconian) / the dialects of this group which are spoken in the Netherlands and Belgiumneuter no-plural proper-noun
LimburgischGermannameLimburgish; Limburgian (Germanic dialect continuum between Low Franconian and Central Franconian) / the entire group including the dialects on German territory (which latter show a stronger High German influence)neuter no-plural proper-noun
LonsdaleEnglishnameA surname.
LonsdaleEnglishnameAn English earldom.
MCTEnglishnounInitialism of medium-chain triglyceride.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MCTEnglishnounInitialism of maximum continuous thrust.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MCTEnglishnounInitialism of minimum connecting time.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering lifestyle natural-sciences physical-sciences tourism transport travelabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MCTEnglishnounInitialism of monocrotaline.abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
MCTEnglishnounInitialism of multi-clutch transmission.automotive transport vehiclesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
MCTEnglishnameInitialism of monotone convergence theorem.mathematical-analysis mathematics sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
MacleanEnglishnameA Scottish surname from Scottish Gaelic.countable uncountable
MacleanEnglishnameA town in the Northern Rivers region of northern New South Wales, Australia.countable uncountable
MasbateBikol CentralnameMasbate City, the capital city of Masbate province, Philippines.
MasbateBikol CentralnameAn offshore province of Bicol Region, Philippines located on the southwest of Bicol Peninsula
MasbateBikol Centralnamethe largest of the three islands of the province; the other two are Ticao island and Burias island.
MenziesEnglishnameA Scottish surname.
MenziesEnglishnameA suburb of Mount Isa, Queensland, Australia.
MenziesEnglishnameA town in Goldfields-Esperance region, Western Australia.
MenziesEnglishnameThe Shire of Menzies, a local government area in Western Australia, of which the town is the seat.
MolotovFinnishnameA romanisation of the Russian surname famously held by: / A romanisation of the Russian surname famously held by
MolotovFinnishnameA romanisation of the Russian surname famously held by: / Vyacheslav Molotov, Soviet Minister of Foreign Affairs during the Winter War of 1939–40 (talvisota).
NeisseEnglishnameA river in Czech Republic and Germany, flowing into the Oder.
NeisseEnglishnameThe former German name for the river Nysa (now in Poland).historical
NeisseEnglishnameThe former German name for the town of Nysa (now in Poland).historical
NoémiaPortuguesenamea female given name from Hebrew, equivalent to English Naomifeminine
NoémiaPortuguesenameNaomi (mother-in-law of Ruth)biblical lifestyle religionfeminine
OblongPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
OblongPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
OranjeDutchnouna member of the Dutch royal familymasculine
OranjeDutchnameThe house of Orange, Orange-Nassauneuter
OranjeDutchnameOrange, a principality in France, historically one of the primary fiefs of the house of Orange-Nassauhistorical neuter
OranjeDutchnameA village in Midden-Drenthe, Drenthe, Netherlands.neuter
OranjeDutchnamea national sports team of the Netherlands, especially the soccer teamhobbies lifestyle sportsneuter
OremburgoPortuguesenameOrenburg (an oblast of Russia)feminine
OremburgoPortuguesenameOrenburg (a city, the administrative center of Orenburg Oblast, Russia)feminine
PichilemuSpanishnamePichilemu (a city in Chile)masculine
PichilemuSpanishnamea surname from Mapudungunmasculine
QuartoItaliannamea municipality in the province of Naples (Campania)feminine
QuartoItaliannamethe letter Q in the Italian spelling alphabetfeminine
ReynardEnglishnameA male given name
ReynardEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
ReynardEnglishnameA name in European folklore for the red fox.literary poetic
RomaiGaliciannameA parish of Portas, Pontevedra, Galiciamasculine
RomaiGaliciannamea toponimycal surname also spelled Romaymasculine
RuteniLatinnamean ancient people of Aquitanian Gaul, now Rodezdeclension-2
RuteniLatinnamea tribe of Ruscia (likely the Baltic region) mentioned by Saxo Grammaticusdeclension-2
SJWEnglishnounInitialism of social justice warrior.Internet abbreviation alt-of countable derogatory initialism
SJWEnglishnounInitialism of St John's wort.abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
Saint Louis CountyEnglishnameA county of Missouri, United States. County seat: Clayton.
Saint Louis CountyEnglishnameOne of 87 counties in Minnesota, United States. County seat: Duluth.
Saint Louis CountyEnglishnameSynonym of Lake County, Minnesota, USA, in its former dimensions.historical
SanremoItaliannameA town and comune of the province of Imperia, Liguria, Italyfeminine
SanremoItaliannamethe Sanremo Music Festival, annually held in this townbroadly masculine
SedumeYe'kwananameSynonym of Wanasedume
SedumeYe'kwananameSynonym of Wanasedu
SedumeYe'kwananameOne of a small number of temporary names given to a baby boy at birth until a true name can be determined
ShaughnessyFrenchnameShaughnessy: a surname from Irish
ShaughnessyFrenchnameEllipsis of Village Shaughnessy.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
SullyEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
SullyEnglishnameDiminutive of Sullivancountable diminutive form-of uncountable
SullyEnglishnameA placename: / A coastal village in the Vale of Glamorgan county borough, Wales (OS grid ref ST1568).countable uncountable
SullyEnglishnameA placename: / A commune in Saône-et-Loire department, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, France.countable uncountable
SullyEnglishnameA placename: / A commune in Oise department, Hauts-de-France, France.countable uncountable
SullyEnglishnameA placename: / A commune in Calvados department, Normandy, France.countable uncountable
SullyEnglishnameA placename: / A minor city in Jasper County, Iowa, United States.countable uncountable
SullyEnglishnameA placename: / An unincorporated community in Randolph County, West Virginia, United States.countable uncountable
SullyEnglishnameA placename: / Ellipsis of Sully County.abbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis uncountable
SunniEnglishadjBelonging or relating to the branch of Islam based on the Qur'an, the Kutub al-Sittah (the hadiths which record the Sunnah) and that places emphasis on the Sahabah.
SunniEnglishnounA follower of Sunni Islam.
SunniEnglishnameEllipsis of Sunni Islam.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
TSBEnglishnameInitialism of Transportation Safety Board (“Canada”).abbreviation alt-of initialism
TSBEnglishnameInitialism of Transport Safety Board (“Japan”).abbreviation alt-of initialism
TSBEnglishnameInitialism of Trustee Savings Bank.abbreviation alt-of initialism
TSBEnglishnounInitialism of technical service bulletin.abbreviation alt-of initialism
TSBEnglishnounInitialism of traffic signal box.abbreviation alt-of initialism
TSBEnglishnounInitialism of transportation safety board. or transport safety boardabbreviation alt-of initialism
TownsonEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
TownsonEnglishnameA rural locality in Lockyer Valley Region, Queensland, Australia.
VorwitzGermannounimpertinent curiositymasculine no-plural strong
VorwitzGermannounwonderdated masculine no-plural strong
WkraPolishnameWkra (a river in northeastern Poland, a tributary of the Narew)feminine
WkraPolishnameUecker (a river in northeastern Germany)feminine
WoottonEnglishnameAny of numerous villages in England: / A village and civil parish in Bedford, Bedfordshire (OS grid ref TL0045).countable uncountable
WoottonEnglishnameAny of numerous villages in England: / A hamlet in New Milton parish, New Forest district, Hampshire (OS grid ref SZ2398).countable uncountable
WoottonEnglishnameAny of numerous villages in England: / A village in Wootton Bridge parish, Isle of Wight (OS grid ref SZ5392).countable uncountable
WoottonEnglishnameAny of numerous villages in England: / A village in Denton with Wootton parish, Dover district, Kent (OS grid ref TR2246).countable uncountable
WoottonEnglishnameAny of numerous villages in England: / A village and civil parish in North Lincolnshire district, Lincolnshire (OS grid ref TA0816).countable uncountable
WoottonEnglishnameAny of numerous villages in England: / A village and civil parish in Vale of White Horse district, Oxfordshire (OS grid ref SP4701).countable uncountable
WoottonEnglishnameAny of numerous villages in England: / A village and civil parish in West Oxfordshire district, Oxfordshire (OS grid ref SP4319).countable uncountable
WoottonEnglishnameAny of numerous villages in England: / A village and civil parish in East Staffordshire district, Staffordshire (OS grid ref SK1045).countable uncountable
WoottonEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable
WęcławPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
WęcławPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
YarraEnglishnameA river in southern Victoria, Australia, which flows through Melbourne to Port Phillip.
YarraEnglishnameThe City of Yarra, a local government area in Melbourne, Victoria.
YarraEnglishnameA locality south-west of Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia.
abaftEnglishprepBehind; toward the stern relative to some other object or position; aft of.nautical transport
abaftEnglishadvOn the aft side; in the stern.nautical transport
abaftEnglishadvBackwards.nautical transportobsolete
abbEnglishnounA type of yarn for the warp.countable uncountable
abbEnglishnounA rough wool from the inferior parts of the fleece, used for the woof or weft.countable uncountable
abbEnglishnounA filling pick used in weaving.UK countable uncountable
abbaruffioItaliannoundisorder, disarraymasculine rare
abbaruffioItaliannounfight, brawlmasculine rare
abuserEnglishnounOne who abuses someone or something.
abuserEnglishnounOne who uses in an illegal or wrongful use.obsolete
acaraMalaynounagenda
acaraMalaynounprogram
acaraMalaynounevent (occurrence of social or personal importance)
acaraMalaynounprocedurelawdated
accavallareNeapolitanverbto command
accavallareNeapolitanverbto dominate
accavallareNeapolitanverbto take control of
accavallareNeapolitanverbto superimpose
accorgersiItalianverbto notice
accorgersiItalianverbto realize
accotonareItalianverbto tease (fabric)transitive
accotonareItalianverbto backcomb (the hair)transitive
addottrinarsiItalianverbto learn, to be educatedintransitive
addottrinarsiItalianverbto be indoctrinatedderogatory intransitive
adeiBasquenoundeferenceinanimate
adeiBasquenoungracelifestyle religioninanimate
adiacenzaItaliannounadjacencyfeminine
adiacenzaItaliannounsurroundings, vicinityfeminine in-plural
afirmowaćPolishverbto affirm (to recognize a positive trait)\imperfective literary perfective transitive
afirmowaćPolishverbto affirm (to perform the act of self-forced meditation or repetition on someone)human-sciences psychology sciencesimperfective perfective transitive
afirmowaćPolishverbto externalize, to appear, to project, to substantiate (to recognize a positive trait)imperfective literary perfective reflexive with się
afirmowaćPolishverbto affirm oneself (to perform the act of self-forced meditation or repetition on oneself)human-sciences psychology sciencesimperfective perfective reflexive with się
afirmowaćPolishverbto affirm, to confirmMiddle Polish imperfective perfective
aftenDanishnouneveningcommon-gender
aftenDanishnounnight (evening)common-gender
agnominationEnglishnounA paronomasia, or allusion of one word to anotherrhetoric
agnominationEnglishnounAn alliteration.rhetoric
agnominationEnglishnounpolyptoton.rhetoric
agnominationEnglishnounAssigning to a proper name its literal or homophonic meaning.rhetoric
aigretteEnglishnounA feather or plume, or feather-shaped item, used as an adornment or ornament.
aigretteEnglishnounThe lesser white heron.biology natural-sciences ornithology
aigretteEnglishnounThe feathery crown of some seeds (such as the dandelion).
aktorskoPolishadvactorlynot-comparable
aktorskoPolishadvin a way that is put-on or pretend, theatrically (artifically done to get a certain effect)not-comparable
akọYorubanounsheath, scabbard
akọYorubanounheron, (in particular) the grey heron
akọYorubanounmale, masculine gender
akọYorubanounsomeone who is tough, remarkable
akọYorubanouna tough or difficult situation, behavior
akọYorubanounsomething severe or extreme
alegereRomaniannounchoice, selection, optionfeminine
alegereRomaniannounelectionfeminine plural-normally
aliyahEnglishnounThe calling up of someone to the bimah for the reading of the Torah.Judaism countable
aliyahEnglishnounThe immigration of Jews to Israel.uncountable
aliyahEnglishnounOne of the major waves of immigration of Jews to Israel.countable
aliyahEnglishverbTo make aliyah, to immigrate to Israel.intransitive rare
aliściPolishconjhowbeitarchaic
aliściPolishconjUsed for presenting something; hereMiddle Polish
aliściPolishconjlet aloneMiddle Polish
aliściPolishparticleUsed to reinforce a point, usually expressing dissimilarity.archaic
altepetlClassical Nahuatlnounaltepetl; a town or city.animate inanimate not pluralized
altepetlClassical NahuatlnounThe people of an altepetl.animate
amanteSpanishadjlovingfeminine masculine
amanteSpanishadjbeloved; dearfeminine masculine
amanteSpanishnounlover (one who loves another person)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
amanteSpanishnounlover (a sexual partner, especially one with whom someone is having an affair)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
amanteSpanishnounlover (a person who loves something)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
amdanoWelshpronthird-person singular masculine of amcolloquial form-of literary masculine singular third-person
amdanoWelshpron(South Wales) first-person singular of amcolloquial
amerikaiHungarianadjAmerican (of, from, or pertaining to the Americas)
amerikaiHungarianadjAmerican (of, from, or pertaining to the United States of America, its people or its culture)
amerikaiHungariannounAmerican (an inhabitant of the Americas)
amerikaiHungariannounAmerican (a person born in, or a citizen, national or inhabitant of, the United States of America)
amigsAlemannic Germanadvevery time, each time, regularly
amigsAlemannic Germanadvearlier, in the pastregional
amigsAlemannic Germanadvalwaysregional
aneHawaiiannounmite (insect)
aneHawaiiannounringworm
aneHawaiianverbinsect-eatenstative
aneHawaiianverbgnawed
anellareItalianverbto girdletransitive
anellareItalianverbto ring (birds)transitive
anmeldelseDanishnounA review, a reception, criticism.common-gender
anmeldelseDanishnounA reportcommon-gender
another day, another dollarEnglishproverbEverything is routine and mundane, and nothing eventful or extraordinary has happened.
another day, another dollarEnglishproverbLife goes on, and it is necessary to work in order to earn money.
ansioItalianadjanxious, anguished, tormentedliterary
ansioItalianadjpantingarchaic
ansioItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of ansiarefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
apartments to letEnglishnounThe condition of being stupid or crazy.humorous plural plural-only slang
apartments to letEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see apartment, let.plural plural-only
apokryfinenFinnishadjapocryphal (of or pertaining to Apocrypha)
apokryfinenFinnishadjapocryphal (of doubtful authenticity)
aprobarSpanishverbto approve, to condone, to permit
aprobarSpanishverbto pass (succeed, e.g. on an exam)
arcusLatinnounarc, archdeclension-4 masculine
arcusLatinnounbow (arc-shaped weapon used for archery)declension-4 masculine
arcusLatinnounrainbowdeclension-4 masculine
armijaLatviannouna country's armed forces (army, navy, and air force)declension-4 feminine
armijaLatviannounarmy (branch of the armed forces that operates on dry land)declension-4 feminine
armijaLatviannounarmy (a large tactical contingent consisting, e.g., of several divisions)declension-4 feminine
armijaLatviannounarmy (a large group of people with a common goal, a common feature)declension-4 feminine figuratively
arrebolSpanishnounthe reddish colour of the sky during twilightmasculine
arrebolSpanishnounrouge (makeup)masculine
arredarGalicianverbto move away, draw away
arredarGalicianverbto separate
arredarGalicianverbto push back
arrocharGalicianverbto compress or tighten using a garrot
arrocharGalicianverbto screw in
arrocharGalicianverbto seize upof muscles
arārumAkkadiannouncursemasculine
arārumAkkadianverbto curse
arārumAkkadianverbto treat with disrespect, insult, disown, disavow
atalayaSpanishnounwatchtowerfeminine
atalayaSpanishnounheightfeminine
atalayaSpanishverbinflection of atalayar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
atalayaSpanishverbinflection of atalayar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
atènyerCatalanverbto arriveBalearic Central Valencian
atènyerCatalanverbto attainBalearic Central Valencian
aurosusLatinadjOf the color of gold, like gold, golden.adjective declension-1 declension-2
aurosusLatinadjBearing, producing or containing gold, gold-bearing, full of gold.adjective declension-1 declension-2
ayrıAzerbaijanidetother, another, different
ayrıAzerbaijaniadjseparate
ayrıAzerbaijaniadjapart (not together)
ayrıAzerbaijaniadjdetached
ayrıAzerbaijaniadjspecial
ayrıAzerbaijaniadvseparately (in a separate manner)
ayrıAzerbaijaniadvin separately (with a space)literary
ayrıAzerbaijaniadvdifferently, any different way
bSlovenecharacterThe second letter of the Slovene alphabet, written in the Latin script.letter lowercase
bSlovenecharacterThe third letter of the Resian alphabet, written in the Latin script.letter lowercase
bSlovenecharacterThe second letter of the Natisone Valley dialect alphabet, written in the Latin script.letter lowercase
bSlovenesymbolPhonetic transcription of sound [b].
bSlovenenounThe name of the Latin script letter B / b.inanimate masculine
bSlovenenounThe name of the phoneme /b/.human-sciences linguistics sciencesinanimate masculine
bachWelshadjsmall, little, short
bachWelshadjnot fully-grown or developed, young
bachWelshadjinsignificant, unimportant, humble
bachWelshadjsmall (of business, etc.)
bachWelshadjlowercase (of letter)
bachWelshnounhookmasculine
bachWelshnounhingemasculine
bachWelshnounbracket, bracemedia publishing typographymasculine
bahawBikol Centraladjcold (for food once served hot)
bahawBikol Centraladjstalebroadly
banyaCatalannounhorn, antlerbiology natural-sciences zoologyfeminine
banyaCatalannounfeeler, antennabiology natural-sciences zoologyfeminine
banyaCatalannounhorn (material)feminine
banyaCatalannounarcing hornengineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technologyfeminine
banyaCatalanverbinflection of banyar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
banyaCatalanverbinflection of banyar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
begeistertGermanverbpast participle of begeisternform-of participle past
begeistertGermanadjenthusiastic, thrilled [+ über (object) = about] / enthusiastic, thrilled
begeistertGermanadjdelighted [+ von (object) = with] / delighted
begeistertGermanverbinflection of begeistern: ## third-person singular present ## second-person plural present ## plural imperative / third-person singular presentform-of present singular third-person
begeistertGermanverbinflection of begeistern: ## third-person singular present ## second-person plural present ## plural imperative / second-person plural presentform-of plural present second-person
begeistertGermanverbinflection of begeistern: ## third-person singular present ## second-person plural present ## plural imperative / plural imperativeform-of imperative plural
bekenMiddle EnglishnounA fire that signals an impending attack or danger.
bekenMiddle EnglishnounThe structure a beacon is placed on.rare
bekenMiddle EnglishnounA lighthouse.rare
bekenMiddle EnglishnounA flag (piece of cloth with distinctive patterning)rare
beziehenGermanverbto refer, relate toclass-2 reflexive strong with auf + accusative
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to covering. / to put a sheet or cover on (a mattress, duvet etc.)class-2 strong transitive
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to covering. / to upholster (a piece of furniture)class-2 strong transitive
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to covering. / to become overcastclass-2 of the sky reflexive strong
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to settling in a place. / to move into (a dwelling)class-2 formal strong transitive
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to settling in a place. / to take up (a position)government military politics warclass-2 strong transitive
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to settling in a place. / to take (a position, stand)class-2 figuratively strong transitive
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to obtaining. / to draw, receive (a regular payment such as a pension or benefit)class-2 strong transitive
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to obtaining. / to buy something regularly from the same providerclass-2 strong transitive
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to obtaining. / to have a subscription to/forclass-2 strong transitive
beziehenGermanverbSenses related to obtaining. / to collect (taxes)Switzerland class-2 strong transitive
bezwinMauritian Creolenounwants
bezwinMauritian Creolenounneeds
bezwinMauritian Creolenounexcrement
biddableEnglishadjDocile, amenable or compliant.
biddableEnglishadjSuitable for bidding.bridge games
birchEnglishnounAny of various trees of the genus Betula, native to countries in the Northern Hemisphere.countable uncountable
birchEnglishnounA hard wood taken from the birch tree, typically used to make furniture.countable uncountable
birchEnglishnounA stick, rod or bundle of twigs made from birch wood, used for punishment.countable uncountable
birchEnglishnounA birch-bark canoe.countable uncountable
birchEnglishverbTo punish with a stick, bundle of twigs, or rod made of birch wood.
birchEnglishverbTo punish as though one were using a stick, bundle of twigs, or rod made of birch wood.
bjudaSwedishverbto offer, to give as a gift
bjudaSwedishverbto offer (a specified thing), to give (a specified thing) as a giftwith på
bjudaSwedishverbto invite
bjudaSwedishverbto invite (to something specified)with till or på
bjudaSwedishverbto bid (e.g. within an auction or similar)
bjudaSwedishverbto utter a wish for the benefit of someonearchaic
bjudaSwedishverbto order, to command; to issue a decreearchaic
bleed outEnglishnounAn instance of exsanguination or of major blood loss.medicine sciencesinformal
bleed outEnglishnounAn instance of any system or item that loses its necessary components, such as a machine and its fuel or a company and its money.figuratively
bleed outEnglishverbTo die due to excess bloodloss; to bleed to death.intransitive
bleed outEnglishverbTo kill by causing such bloodloss.transitive
bleed outEnglishverbTo leak out; to spread.figuratively intransitive
blinkerEnglishnounAnything that blinks.
blinkerEnglishnounThe turn signal of an automobile.Northeastern US informal
blinkerEnglishnounChiefly in the plural: a shield attached to the bridle of a horse or other domesticated animal to prevent it from seeing things behind it and to its side.
blinkerEnglishnounWhatever obstructs sight or discernment.
blinkerEnglishnounThe eyelid.rare
blinkerEnglishnounA black eye.slang
blinkerEnglishnounIn Conway's Game of Life, an arrangement of three cells in a row that switches between horizontal and vertical orientations in each generation.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
blinkerEnglishnounA situation where the light of a dab pen or vape starts blinking, which happens when the user takes an extremely long hit.slang
blinkerEnglishverbTo put blinkers on.transitive
blowEnglishverbTo produce an air current.intransitive
blowEnglishverbTo propel by an air current (or, if under water, a water current), usually with the mouth.transitive
blowEnglishverbTo be propelled by an air current.intransitive
blowEnglishverbTo direct or move, usually of a person to a particular location.figuratively transitive
blowEnglishverbTo create or shape by blowing.transitive
blowEnglishverbTo force a current of air upon with the mouth, or by other means.transitive
blowEnglishverbTo clear of contents by forcing air through.transitive
blowEnglishverbTo cause to make sound by blowing, as a musical instrument.transitive
blowEnglishverbTo make a sound as the result of being blown.intransitive
blowEnglishverbTo exhale visibly through the spout the seawater which it has taken in while feeding.intransitive of a cetacean
blowEnglishverbTo burst or explode; to occur suddenlyintransitive
blowEnglishverbTo cause to explode, shatter, or be utterly destroyed.transitive with "up" or with prep phrase headed by "to"
blowEnglishverbTo blow from a gun.government military politics warhistorical of a person transitive
blowEnglishverbTo cause the sudden destruction of.transitive
blowEnglishverbTo suddenly fail destructively.intransitive
blowEnglishverbTo recklessly squander.slang transitive
blowEnglishverbTo fail at something; to mess up; to make a mistake.idiomatic informal transitive
blowEnglishverbTo be very undesirable.intransitive slang stative
blowEnglishverbTo fellate; to perform oral sex on (usually a man).transitive vulgar
blowEnglishverbTo leave, especially suddenly or in a hurry.slang transitive
blowEnglishverbTo make flyblown, to defile, especially with fly eggs.transitive
blowEnglishverb(of a fly) To lay eggs; to breed.intransitive
blowEnglishverbTo spread by report; to publish; to disclose.obsolete
blowEnglishverbTo inflate, as with pride; to puff up.obsolete
blowEnglishverbTo breathe hard or quick; to pant; to puff.intransitive
blowEnglishverbTo put out of breath; to cause to blow from fatigue.transitive
blowEnglishverbTo talk loudly; boast; brag.dated
blowEnglishverbTo expose, or inform on.UK archaic slang
blowEnglishverbTo sing.informal slang
blowEnglishverbTo leave the Church of Scientology in an unauthorized manner.Scientology lifestyle religionintransitive
blowEnglishverbTo flatulate or defecate.colloquial slang
blowEnglishnounA strong wind.countable uncountable
blowEnglishnounA chance to catch one's breath.countable informal uncountable
blowEnglishnounCocaine.US slang uncountable
blowEnglishnounCannabis.UK slang uncountable
blowEnglishnounHeroin.slang uncountable
blowEnglishnounA blowjob; fellatio.countable informal uncountable vulgar
blowEnglishnounAn instance of using high-pressure air to empty water from the ballast tanks of a submarine, increasing the submarine's buoyancy and causing it to surface.nautical transportcountable uncountable
blowEnglishintjUsed to express displeasure or frustration.intransitive
blowEnglishadjBlue.Northern-England dialectal
blowEnglishnounThe act of striking or hitting.
blowEnglishnounA sudden or forcible act or effort; an assault.
blowEnglishnounA damaging occurrence.
blowEnglishnounA cut made to a sheep's fleece by a shearer using hand-shears.Australia historical
blowEnglishnounAn outcrop of quartz from surrounding rock, thought to indicate mineral deposits below.Australia New-Zealand
blowEnglishnounSynonym of button (“the punchy or suspenseful line of dialogue that concludes a scene”)broadcasting media television
blowEnglishverbTo blossom; to cause to bloom or blossom.
blowEnglishnounA mass or display of flowers; a yield.
blowEnglishnounA display of anything brilliant or bright.
blowEnglishnounA bloom, state of flowering.
bludgeonEnglishnounA short, heavy club, often of wood, which is thicker or loaded at one end.
bludgeonEnglishverbTo strike or hit with something hard, usually on the head; to club.transitive
bludgeonEnglishverbTo coerce someone, as if with a bludgeon.transitive
blížitCzechverbto near, to approach, to get closerimperfective reflexive with se
blížitCzechverbto approximateimperfective reflexive with se
borъProto-Slavicnounpine treereconstruction
borъProto-Slavicnounset, assemblymasculine reconstruction
borъProto-Slavicnounlootmasculine reconstruction
brísteIrishnountrousers, slacksmasculine
brísteIrishnounbreeching (of harness)masculine
brīgosProto-Celticnounpowermasculine reconstruction
brīgosProto-Celticnounworthmasculine reconstruction
bukidnonCebuanoadjrural
bukidnonCebuanoadjidyllic
bukidnonCebuanonounmountaineer
bulsilyoTagalognounsmall pocket or bag; side pocket
bulsilyoTagalognounsmall purse; pocketbook
burdúnIrishnounepigram (short, witty or pithy poem)masculine
burdúnIrishnountale, gossipmasculine
cabecearSpanishverbto shake (one's head, especially in disagreement)
cabecearSpanishverbto nod (as one gradually falls to sleep while seated or standing)intransitive
cabecearSpanishverbto rock, to pitchintransitive
cabecearSpanishverbto head a ballball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportstransitive
cabrillaEnglishnounEpinephelus analogus (spotted grouper), of the eastern Pacific.
cabrillaEnglishnounAny of various edible fishes of Serranus and related genera, inhabiting the Mediterranean, the coast of California, etc.
cadernidWelshnounstrength, capacity, potency, might, power, fortitudemasculine uncountable
cadernidWelshnounstrength, capacity, potency, might, power, fortitude / military capacity or power, armed might or forcemasculine uncountable
cadernidWelshnouna strong part or the strongest part (of something), a stronghold, the heart (of a place)masculine uncountable
cadernidWelshnounlegal certainty, an oath confirmed by surety, a pledge, a guarantee, confirmation of agreement, assurance, security, warrantylawmasculine uncountable
cadernidWelshnouna substance, a substantive, a concrete noungrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesmasculine uncountable
camRomanianadvapproximately, a little
camRomanianadvrather
camballónGaliciannounshock, stookmasculine
camballónGaliciannounhook of a trammelmasculine
camballónGaliciannouncrane (machine)masculine
camballónGaliciannouncentral protruding sections of a yokemasculine
camballónGaliciannounridge in between furrowsmasculine
campeggioItaliannouncampingmasculine
campeggioItaliannouncampsite, campgroundmasculine
campeggioItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of campeggiarefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
cansonVenetiannounsongfeminine invariable
cansonVenetiannountunefeminine invariable
cantilSpanishnouncliffmasculine
cantilSpanishnounshelf (underwater)masculine
caquinarPortugueseverbto snicker (to emit a snicker)intransitive transitive
caquinarPortugueseverbto laugh ironicallyintransitive
carpintaríaGaliciannouncarpentryfeminine
carpintaríaGaliciannouncarpenter's workshopfeminine
cenitiSerbo-Croatianverbto value, appreciatetransitive
cenitiSerbo-Croatianverbto estimate, appraisetransitive
cenitiSerbo-Croatianverbto respecttransitive
certeynlyMiddle EnglishadvWithout doubt; certainly, indubitably.
certeynlyMiddle EnglishadvWithout approximation; perfectly, precisely.
certeynlyMiddle EnglishadvAn emphatic affirmative answer; certainly, of course.
certeynlyMiddle EnglishadvIn an assured way; assuredly.rare
chianétaNeapolitannounplanetmasculine
chianétaNeapolitannounpriestly vestmentsfeminine
chinwagEnglishnounAn informal conversation, usually about everyday matters; a chat, a gossip.Australia Britain Ireland New-Zealand informal
chinwagEnglishverbTo chat, to gossip.Australia Britain Ireland New-Zealand informal
chirothecaLatinnounglove, gauntletdeclension-1
chirothecaLatinnouna pair of glovesdeclension-1
chowEnglishnounFood, especially snacks.slang uncountable usually
chowEnglishnounUnripe, or partially ripened, fruit seasoned and served as a dish, e.g. pineapple chow or mango chow.Trinidad-and-Tobago uncountable usually
chowEnglishnounA Chow Chow.uncountable usually
chowEnglishnounA Chinese person.Australia archaic slang uncountable usually
chowEnglishverbTo eat.South-Africa slang
chowEnglishnounA prefecture or district of the second rank in China, or the chief city of such a district.
chowEnglishnounA run of three consecutive tiles of the same suit.board-games games mahjong
chowEnglishverbTo call a discarded tile to produce a chow.board-games games mahjong
chấmVietnamesenouna dot; point
chấmVietnamesenouna period; full stop; full point
chấmVietnamesenouna stroke that is a dot (㇔)arts calligraphy communications journalism literature media publishing writing
chấmVietnameseverbto dip
chấmVietnameseverbto put a full stop
chấmVietnameseverbto tap; to dab; to barely touch
chấmVietnameseverbto grade; to correct (papers)
commentEnglishnounA spoken or written remark.countable uncountable
commentEnglishnounThe act of commenting.uncountable
commentEnglishnounThe part of a sentence that provides new information regarding the current theme.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
commentEnglishnounA remark embedded in source code in such a way that it will be ignored by the compiler or interpreter, typically to help people to understand the code.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencescountable uncountable
commentEnglishverbTo remark.transitive
commentEnglishverbTo make remarks or notes.intransitive with "on" or "about"
commentEnglishverbTo comment or remark on.obsolete transitive
commentEnglishverbTo insert comments into (source code).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareof code transitive
commentEnglishverbTo comment out (code); to disable by converting into a comment.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareof code transitive
confidentEnglishadjVery sure of something; positive.
confidentEnglishadjSelf-assured, self-reliant, sure of oneself.
confidentEnglishadjForward, impudent.in negative sense obsolete
confidentEnglishnounObsolete form of confidant.alt-of obsolete
contrárthaIrishadjcontrary, opposite (le (“to”))
contrárthaIrishadjincompatible (le (“with”))
coquetryEnglishnounCoquettish behaviour; actions designed to excite erotic attention, without intending to reciprocate such feelings (chiefly of women towards men); flirtatious teasing.countable uncountable
coquetryEnglishnounAn act constituting such behaviour; an affectation of amorous interest or enticement, especially of a woman directed towards a man.countable
cornerEnglishnounThe point where two converging lines meet; an angle, either external or internal. / The space in the angle between converging lines or walls which meet in a point.
cornerEnglishnounThe point where two converging lines meet; an angle, either external or internal. / The projection into space of an angle in a solid object.
cornerEnglishnounThe point where two converging lines meet; an angle, either external or internal. / An intersection of two streets; any of the four outer points off the street at that intersection.
cornerEnglishnounThe point where two converging lines meet; an angle, either external or internal. / Denoting a premises that is in a convenient local location, notionally, but not necessarily literally, on the corner of two streets.attributive
cornerEnglishnounThe point where two converging lines meet; an angle, either external or internal.
cornerEnglishnounAn edge or extremity; the part farthest from the center; hence, any quarter or part, or the direction in which it lies.
cornerEnglishnounA secret or secluded place; a remote or out of the way place; a nook.
cornerEnglishnounAn embarrassing situation; a difficulty.
cornerEnglishnounA sufficient interest in a salable security or commodity to allow the cornering party to influence prices.business finance
cornerEnglishnounA sufficient interest in a salable security or commodity to allow the cornering party to influence prices. / Complete control or ownership of something.business financefiguratively
cornerEnglishnounRelating to the playing field. / One of the four vertices of the strike zone.ball-games baseball games heading hobbies lifestyle sports
cornerEnglishnounRelating to the playing field. / First base or third base.ball-games baseball games heading hobbies lifestyle sports
cornerEnglishnounRelating to the playing field. / A corner kick.ball-games games heading hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
cornerEnglishnounRelating to the playing field. / A cornerback.American-football ball-games football games heading hobbies lifestyle sports
cornerEnglishnounRelating to the playing field. / The corner of the ring, which is where the boxer rests before and during a fight.boxing government heading hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
cornerEnglishnounRelating to the playing field. / The group of people who assist a boxer during a bout.boxing government heading hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warbroadly
cornerEnglishnounA place where people meet for a particular purpose.
cornerEnglishnounA point scored in a rubber at whist.obsolete
cornerEnglishverbTo drive (someone or something) into a corner or other confined space.transitive
cornerEnglishverbTo trap in a position of great difficulty or hopeless embarrassment.transitive
cornerEnglishverbTo put (someone) in an awkward situation.transitive
cornerEnglishverbTo get sufficient command of (a stock, commodity, etc.), so as to be able to manipulate its price.business financetransitive
cornerEnglishverbTo turn a corner or drive around a curve.automotive transport vehiclestransitive
cornerEnglishverbTo handle while moving around a corner in a road or otherwise turning.automotive transport vehiclesintransitive
cornerEnglishverbTo supply with corners.transitive
cornerEnglishnounOne who corns, or preserves food in salt.
coujheneWalloonnounkitchenmasculine
coujheneWalloonnouncuisinemasculine
crapistuSiciliannounhalter (of animals)
crapistuSiciliannounnoose (around one's neck)
curatorEnglishnounA person who manages, administers or organizes a collection, either independently or employed by a museum, library, archive or zoo.
curatorEnglishnounOne appointed to act as guardian of the estate of a person not legally competent to manage it, or of an absentee; a trustee.
curatorEnglishnounA member of a curatorium, a board for electing university professors, etc.
curatorEnglishnounAn individual or entity who controls, manages or oversees another.
cəlbAzerbaijaninoundrawing in, involving, involvement
cəlbAzerbaijaninouneffort to attract, attraction
d-Old Irishprefixhim (triggers nasalization)class-B class-C infix morpheme pronoun
d-Old Irishprefixit (triggers lenition)class-B class-C infix morpheme pronoun
dawnyPolishadjdistant, ancient, old (existing in the far past in relation to now)
dawnyPolishadjold (coming from the past or existing in it)
dawnyPolishadjold (same as before)
dawnyPolishadjold (having been someone or something for a long time; lasting a long time)
dawnyPolishadjold, previous, former; ex (having been someone or something in the past but not anymore)
dawnyPolishadjformer (having previously had a particular name or surname)
deasaighIrishverbto dress (arrange (soldiers or troops) into proper formation)government military politics war
deasaighIrishverbto pose (set in place, arrange)art arts hobbies lifestyle photographytransitive
deasaighIrishverbto pose (assume or maintain a pose)art arts hobbies lifestyle photographyreflexive
deasaighIrishverbto prepare (also in reference to food), make ready, fit
deasaighIrishverbto fit out
deasaighIrishverbto settle (place in a fixed or permanent condition)
deasaighIrishverbto adjustdated
deicioLatinverbto throw, cast, or hurl down; precipitateconjugation-3 iō-variant
deicioLatinverbto drive out, dislodgeconjugation-3 iō-variant
deicioLatinverbto kill, slayconjugation-3 iō-variant
deicioLatinverbto lower, hang down, depressconjugation-3 iō-variant
deicioLatinverbto deprive, rob (of)conjugation-3 iō-variant
dentellareItalianverbto indent or notchtransitive
dentellareItalianverbto perforate (postage stamps)transitive
dentellareItalianverbto serrate (a blade)transitive
dentellareItalianverbto scallop or pink (fabric)transitive
desejoPortuguesenoundesiremasculine
desejoPortugueseverbfirst-person singular present indicative of desejarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
despecharSpanishverbto enrage
despecharSpanishverbto spite
dichromicEnglishadjfurnishing or giving two colours; said of defective vision, in which all the compound colours are resolvable into two elements instead of threenot-comparable
dichromicEnglishadjcontaining two atoms of chromiumnot-comparable
distineoLatinverbto hold or keep apart; divide, separate, splitconjugation-2
distineoLatinverbto divide, split, distract, perplexconjugation-2 of the mind
distineoLatinverbto hold off, keep back, hold up; detain, hinder, preventconjugation-2
distineoLatinverbto occupy, engage, divert, employconjugation-2
dmuchawkaPolishnounblowpipe (narrow pipe to blow glassware)feminine
dmuchawkaPolishnounblowgunfeminine
do overEnglishverbTo cover with; to smear or spread on to.transitive
do overEnglishverbTo beat up.Britain slang transitive
do overEnglishverbTo repeat; to start over.US transitive
dokuTurkishnountissue (aggregation of cells)biology natural-sciences
dokuTurkishnountexture (types of surfaces)
douaneFrenchnouncustoms (an authority responsible for controlling the flow of goods to and from a country)feminine
douaneFrenchnouncustoms officefeminine
drydownEnglishnounThe phase of a perfume where the top note gives way to the base note.countable uncountable
drydownEnglishnounThe physiologically mature phase in the ripening of a crop, where the fruit attains the desired trait of desiccation, suiting it for harvest and storage (e.g. maize, soybean).agriculture business lifestylecountable uncountable
drydownEnglishnounA period where the habitat of a hydrophile organism is desiccated.countable uncountable
dumesnicRomanianadjdomesticarchaic masculine neuter of animals
dumesnicRomanianadjtame, mild, gentlearchaic masculine neuter
duritiProto-Slavicverbto be stupid.reconstruction
duritiProto-Slavicverbto fool, to deceive.reconstruction
défenseFrenchnoundefence (action of defending or protecting from attack, danger or injury, or any means for that purpose)feminine
défenseFrenchnoundefencelawfeminine
défenseFrenchnoundefencehobbies lifestyle sportsfeminine
défenseFrenchnounprohibition (often on signs informing onlookers that an activity is forbidden)feminine
défenseFrenchnounfendernautical transportfeminine
défenseFrenchnountusk (of animal)feminine
earthEnglishnameAlternative letter-case form of Earth; our planet, third out from the Sun.alt-of
earthEnglishnounSoil.uncountable
earthEnglishnounAny general rock-based material.uncountable
earthEnglishnounThe ground, land (as opposed to the sky or sea).countable uncountable
earthEnglishnounA connection electrically to the earth ((US) ground); on equipment: a terminal connected in that manner.Britain countable uncountable
earthEnglishnounThe lair or den (as a hole in the ground) of an animal such as a fox.countable uncountable
earthEnglishnounA region of the planet; a land or country.countable uncountable
earthEnglishnounWorldly things, as against spiritual ones.countable uncountable
earthEnglishnounThe world of our current life (as opposed to heaven or an afterlife).countable uncountable
earthEnglishnounThe people on the globe.countable metonymically uncountable
earthEnglishnounAny planet similar to the Earth (our earth): an exoplanet viewed as another earth, or a potential one.countable uncountable
earthEnglishnounThe human body.archaic countable uncountable
earthEnglishnounThe aforementioned soil- or rock-based material, considered one of the four or five classical elements.alchemy pseudosciencecountable uncountable
earthEnglishnounAny of certain substances now known to be oxides of metal, which were distinguished by being infusible, and by insolubility in water.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable obsolete uncountable
earthEnglishverbTo connect electrically to the earth.UK transitive
earthEnglishverbTo bury.transitive
earthEnglishverbTo hide, or cause to hide, in the earth; to chase into a burrow or den.transitive
earthEnglishverbTo burrow.intransitive
edificioItaliannounbuildingmasculine
edificioItaliannounorganisationmasculine
editabilityEnglishnounThe state of being editable.uncountable
editabilityEnglishnounThe conditions under which something may be edited.uncountable
eldaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of elde: / simple pastpast
eldaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of elde: / past participleparticiple past
elfaEsperantoadjresembling or related to elves, elfin, elvish
elfaEsperantoadjClipping of la elfa lingvo (“the Elvish language”).abbreviation alt-of clipping
empeorarSpanishverbto worsen, to make worse, to exacerbatetransitive
empeorarSpanishverbto get worse, to deteriorateintransitive
englischGermanadjEnglishnot-comparable relational
englischGermanadjrarenot-comparable of steak usually
englischGermanadjangelic, angelicalarchaic
episodicEnglishadjrelating to an episode
episodicEnglishadjsporadic, happening infrequently and irregularly
episodicEnglishadjmade up a sequence of seemingly unconnected episodesliterature media publishing
epwapChuukesepronhe will (later)
epwapChuukesepronshe will (later)
epwapChuukesepronit will (later)
erectileEnglishadjCapable of being raised to an upright position.not-comparable
erectileEnglishadjCapable of filling with blood and becoming rigid.biology medicine natural-sciences sciencesnot-comparable of tissue
eripioLatinverbto rescue, deliver, free, saveconjugation-3 iō-variant
eripioLatinverbto preempt, take by forceconjugation-3 iō-variant
eripioLatinverbto snatch, snatch away, take away, tear out, pull out, pluck, robconjugation-3 iō-variant
eripioLatinverbto escape, fleeconjugation-3 iō-variant
eripioLatinverbto die suddenly, to be suddenly taken away, to be suddenly snatched awayconjugation-3 iō-variant
erisuuruinenFinnishadjof or having a different amount or magnitude, different amounts or magnitudes
erisuuruinenFinnishadjnot equal; not having equal values
etruskiFinnishnounEtruscan (person)
etruskiFinnishnounEtruscan (language)
faYorubaverbto pullintransitive transitive
faYorubaverbto sucktransitive
faYorubaverbto subside, to reduceintransitive
faYorubaverbto draw, to sketch
faYorubaverbto become sluggish
faYorubaverbto be elastic, to be mucilaginous (as a soup or stew), to draw
faYorubaverbto crawlintransitive
faYorubaverbto cause, to bring abouttransitive
faYorubaverbto long fortransitive
faYorubaverbto scrape or wipe offtransitive
faYorubaverbto shavetransitive
faillíIrishnounneglect, negligencefeminine
faillíIrishnoundelay, omissionfeminine
falcatCatalanverbpast participle of falcarform-of participle past
falcatCatalanadjsickle-shapedbiology botany natural-sciences
falcatCatalannounbunch (amount of vegetation harvested with two or three sweeps of a sickle)masculine
falcatCatalannoungroup, flockdialectal masculine
fantasiaPortuguesenounfantasy (imagining)feminine
fantasiaPortuguesenounfantasy (literary genre)literature media publishingfeminine
fantasiaPortuguesenouncostume (outfit or a disguise worn as fancy dress)feminine
fantasiaPortugueseverbinflection of fantasiar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
fantasiaPortugueseverbinflection of fantasiar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
farfalharPortugueseverbto rustle (to move with a soft crackling sound, as leaves in the wind)
farfalharPortugueseverbto speak excessivelyfiguratively
fashionedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of fashionform-of participle past
fashionedEnglishadjHaving a specified fashion or stylein-compounds
fashionedEnglishadjIn style; fashionable.
fashionedEnglishadjWell designed or put together.
fektetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of fekte: / simple pastpast
fektetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of fekte: / past participleparticiple past
ferianOld Englishverbto take, move, carry
ferianOld Englishverbto direct the course of; conduct, lead
ferianOld Englishverbto go, leave
figurDanishnounfigurecommon-gender
figurDanishnouncharactercommon-gender
filerFrenchverbto spin (a web)transitive
filerFrenchverbto thread through (a crowd)transitive
filerFrenchverbto spin a thread (of syrup, or syrup-like substances)intransitive
filerFrenchverbto leave, to get going, to scram, to slip throughinformal intransitive
filerFrenchverbto pass, to hand, to giveinformal transitive
filerFrenchverbto ease a linenautical transporttransitive
filerFrenchverb(police) to tail, tracktransitive
filerFrenchverbto season and thicken gumbo with filé powderLouisiana transitive
fischiareItalianverbto whistle [auxiliary avere] / to whistleintransitive transitive
fischiareItalianverbto buzz, to ring (of the ears) [auxiliary avere] / to buzz, to ring (of the ears)intransitive transitive
fischiareItalianverbto hiss, to boointransitive transitive
fischiareItalianverbto sing (of birds)intransitive transitive
flageloPortuguesenounscourge; a whip, especially one used to hit peoplemasculine
flageloPortuguesenounscourge (a persistent pest, illness, or source of trouble)masculine
flageloPortuguesenounbane, a cause of suffering or source of pain and anguishmasculine
flageloPortuguesenounflagellum (whip-like appendage in bacteria and protists)biology microbiology natural-sciencesmasculine
flageloPortugueseverbfirst-person singular present indicative of flagelarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
floottaIngriannounfleet
floottaIngriannounnavy
foillsichScottish Gaelicverbpublish (book, etc.)
foillsichScottish Gaelicverbreveal, disclose, expose
fondarsiItalianverbreflexive of fondareform-of reflexive
fondarsiItalianverbto base oneself on
fondarsiItalianverbto rely on
fondarsiItalianverbto be founded on, be based on
formestOld Englishadjfirst
formestOld Englishadvfirst
formule magiqueFrenchnounmagic formula, magic spellfeminine
formule magiqueFrenchnounmagic bulletfeminine figuratively
foscadhIrishnounshelter (a refuge or other protection)masculine
foscadhIrishnounshadeliterary masculine
fournitureFrenchnounsupply, provisionfeminine
fournitureFrenchnounprovisioning, victuallingfeminine
frapperFrenchverbto hit, to strike, to bash
frapperFrenchverbto knock (e.g. on a door)
frapperFrenchverbto bang (to get attention)
frapperFrenchverbto beat time (as a conductor)entertainment lifestyle music
frapperFrenchverbto strike (a chord)entertainment lifestyle music
frapperFrenchverbto strike down
frapperFrenchverbto hit (to be affected by a punishment)
frapperFrenchverbto strikefiguratively
frapperFrenchverbto shake
fredenMiddle EnglishverbTo experience a sensation or emotion.intransitive poetic transitive uncommon
fredenMiddle EnglishverbTo learn or discover.intransitive poetic rare transitive uncommon
frigöraSwedishverbto liberate, to free
frigöraSwedishverbto release
frutalSpanishadjrelated to fruitfeminine masculine
frutalSpanishadjfruit-bearingfeminine masculine
frutalSpanishnounfruit companymasculine
futileEnglishadjIncapable of producing results, useless; doomed not to be successful; not worth attempting.
futileEnglishadjInsignificant; frivolous.
fyldigNorwegian Nynorskadjround, (slightly euphemistic) fat
fyldigNorwegian Nynorskadjthick (of hair, bushes and the like)
fyldigNorwegian Nynorskadjof great detail, exhaustive (e.g. of books, articles, explanations)
fyldigNorwegian Nynorskadjrich, full-bodied (e.g. of wine)
fąfelPolishnounankle-biter (small child)colloquial humorous masculine person
fąfelPolishnounbud (friend)colloquial humorous masculine person
fąfelPolishnounbooger, bogey (piece of solid or semisolid mucus in the nostril)animate colloquial masculine
fąfelPolishnounblotch, pimpleanimate colloquial masculine
galakgakTagalognounloud laughter; guffaw
galakgakTagalognounperson who is fond of laughing loudly
galakgakTagalogadjfond of guffawing; fond of loud laughter
gazophylaciumLatinnountreasurydeclension-2 neuter
gazophylaciumLatinnounoffertory (box)declension-2 neuter
geizigGermanadjungenerous; stingy; cheap; mean (UK) (greedy to keep one’s own for oneself; unwilling to share)
geizigGermanadjmiserly; niggardly; closefisted (unwilling to spend one’s money; excessively economical)
geizigGermanadjgreedy; avaricious; rapaciousarchaic
gentryEnglishnounBirth; condition; rank by birth.countable uncountable
gentryEnglishnounCourtesy; civility; complaisance.countable uncountable
gentryEnglishnounPeople of education and good breeding.countable uncountable
gentryEnglishnounIn a restricted sense, those people between the nobility and the yeomanry.Britain countable uncountable
geometryEnglishnounThe branch of mathematics dealing with spatial relationships.mathematics sciencesuncountable
geometryEnglishnounA mathematical system that deals with spatial relationships and that is built on a particular set of axioms; a subbranch of geometry which deals with such a system or systems.mathematics sciencescountable
geometryEnglishnounThe observed or specified spatial attributes of an object, etc.countable
geometryEnglishnounA mathematical object comprising representations of a space and of its spatial relationships.algebraic-geometry geometry mathematics sciencescountable
gesztHungariannounheartwood, duramen (the wood nearer the heart of a stem or branch, usually darker in color)biology botany natural-sciences
gesztHungariannoungrove (a small forest)obsolete
getyngeOld Englishadjskilful with the tongue, eloquent
getyngeOld Englishadjrhetorical
getyngeOld Englishadjtalkative
getyngeOld Englishadveloquently, courteously
glutPolishnoungoo (semi-solid substance)colloquial inanimate masculine
glutPolishnounbooger (mucus)colloquial inanimate masculine
glutPolishnounsmall lead or iron shot (ammunition) used in a blunderbuss or gun (cannon)engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponryinanimate masculine obsolete
gnóthaíIrishadjinflection of gnóthach: / genitive singular femininefeminine genitive singular
gnóthaíIrishadjinflection of gnóthach: / comparative degreecomparative
gnóthaíIrishnounplural of gnóform-of plural
gnóthaíIrishverbpresent subjunctive analytic of gnóthaighanalytic form-of present subjunctive
golpePortuguesenounblow (act of striking or hitting)masculine
golpePortuguesenounblow (unfortunate occurrence)figuratively masculine
golpePortuguesenouna decisive act or occurrencefiguratively masculine
golpePortuguesenounscam, grift (fraudulent deal)Brazil figuratively masculine
golpePortuguesenounClipping of golpe de estado: coup d'étatabbreviation alt-of clipping masculine
golpePortuguesenoungust (abrupt rush of wind)masculine
golpePortuguesenounmultitude (great amount, especially of people)masculine obsolete
govoritiSerbo-Croatianverbto speak, talk, converseintransitive transitive
govoritiSerbo-Croatianverbto tell, sayintransitive transitive
grandstandEnglishnounThe seating area at a stadium or arena; the bleachers.
grandstandEnglishnounThe audience at a public event.
grandstandEnglishverbTo behave dramatically or showily to impress an audience or observers; to pander to a crowd.intransitive
gràndaScottish Gaelicadjugly
gràndaScottish Gaelicadjnasty, horrible
gudimentLadinnounenjoymentmasculine
gudimentLadinnounpossession (legal)masculine
guldenPolishnoungolden guilder (coin)animate historical masculine
guldenPolishnoungulden (former unit of currency of Austria-Hungary)animate historical masculine
guldenPolishnounguilder, gulden (former unit of currency of the Netherlands)animate historical masculine
guldenPolishnoungulden (former unit of currency of the Free City of Danzig)animate historical masculine
guldenPolishnounguilder (former unit of currency of Suriname)animate historical masculine
gwawdWelshnounsong of praise, exaltation, eulogymasculine obsolete
gwawdWelshnounscorn, mockery, derisionmasculine uncountable
hailEnglishnounBalls or pieces of ice falling as precipitation, often in connection with a thunderstorm.climatology meteorology natural-sciencesuncountable
hailEnglishnounAn occurrence of this type of precipitation; a hailstorm.climatology meteorology natural-sciencescountable
hailEnglishnounA rapid, intense barrage by a large number of projectiles or other objects.broadly countable
hailEnglishverbFor hailstones to fall from the sky.impersonal
hailEnglishverbTo send or release hail.intransitive
hailEnglishverbTo pour down in rapid succession.
hailEnglishadjHealthy, whole, safe.obsolete
hailEnglishverbTo greet; give salutation to; salute.transitive
hailEnglishverbTo name; to designate; to call.transitive
hailEnglishverbTo call out loudly in order to gain the attention of.transitive
hailEnglishverbTo call out loudly in order to gain the attention of. / To indicate, from a designated stop or otherwise, to the driver of a public transport vehicle that one wishes to board and travel on the vehicle, usually using hand signals such as waving.Australia UK broadly transitive
hailEnglishverbTo signal in order to initiate communication with.transitive
hailEnglishverbIn the game of uppies and downies, to throw (the ball) repeatedly up and down at the goal location, in order to score a point.transitive
hailEnglishintjAn exclamation of respectful or reverent salutation, or, occasionally, of familiar greeting.archaic poetic
halintuladTagalognouncomparison
halintuladTagalognounexampleobsolete
has-Choctawprefixthe subject of an active transitive verbclass-i morpheme plural second-person
has-Choctawprefixthe subject of an intransitive active verbclass-i morpheme plural second-person
has-Choctawprefixthe subject of a negative imperative verb Hosakopōlih! → Hassakopōlinna! Bite me! → Don't bite me! / the subject of a negative imperative verbclass-i morpheme plural second-person
has-Choctawprefixthe subject of a negative imperative verb Hosakopōlih! → Hassakopōlinna! Bite me! → Don't bite me! / Hosakopōlih! → Hassakopōlinna!class-i morpheme plural second-person
has-Choctawprefixthe subject of a negative imperative verb Hosakopōlih! → Hassakopōlinna! Bite me! → Don't bite me! / Bite me! → Don't bite me!class-i morpheme plural second-person
health barEnglishnounA snack food made from cereal, nuts, etc. in bar form.
health barEnglishnounA visual display, in bar form, of the energy or health of a character in the game.video-games
heliographerEnglishnounOne who signals by heliography.
heliographerEnglishnounA photographer.obsolete
herryEnglishverbTo honour, praise or celebrate.obsolete transitive
herryEnglishverbAlternative form of harryScotland alt-of alternative obsolete transitive
hindúSpanishadjHindu, Hindustanifeminine masculine
hindúSpanishadjIndian (of or relating to India or its people)feminine masculine
hindúSpanishnounHindu, Hindustaniby-personal-gender feminine masculine
hindúSpanishnounIndian (person from India)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
hiobowyPolishadjJobian, Jobnot-comparable relational
hiobowyPolishadjdistressing, painfulliterary not-comparable of experiences
hiobowyPolishadjCassandraicliterary not-comparable
hjarteNorwegian Nynorsknounheart (muscle)neuter
hjarteNorwegian Nynorsknounheart (seat of emotion)neuter
horyenMiddle EnglishverbTo make sinful, dirty, or unclean.
horyenMiddle EnglishverbTo become sinful, dirty, or unclean.
hrappijanąProto-Germanicverbto rushreconstruction
hrappijanąProto-Germanicverbto graspreconstruction
hwylioWelshverbto sailnot-mutable
hwylioWelshverbto attack, chargenot-mutable
hwylioWelshverbto tune (a musical instrument)not-mutable
hwylioWelshverbto push (e.g. a wheelbarrow)not-mutable
hydrogen carbonateEnglishnounSynonym of bicarbonatechemistry inorganic-chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable
hydrogen carbonateEnglishnouncarbonic acidchemistry inorganic-chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
hængurIcelandicnouna male fish, a male salmon, a male troutmasculine
hængurIcelandicnouna shortcoming, a catchmasculine
idioticEnglishadjPertaining to or resembling an idiot; characterised with behaviour resembling idiocy.of a person or animal
idioticEnglishadjHaving the quality of idiocy; very foolishof an action
idylleFrenchnounidyllfeminine
idylleFrenchnounromancefeminine
impacteCatalannounimpact, hit, blowmasculine
impacteCatalannounimpact (a significant or strong influence)masculine
impacteCatalannounvisit (download of a banner or webpage)Internet masculine
implantowaćPolishverbto implant (to insert (something) surgically into the body)imperfective transitive
implantowaćPolishverbto implant (to become attached to and embedded in)imperfective reflexive with się
impulsoSpanishnoundrive, urgemasculine
impulsoSpanishnounimpulse, pulsesciencesmasculine
impulsoSpanishverbfirst-person singular present indicative of impulsarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
incappareItalianverbto get into (trouble) [auxiliary essere] / to get into (trouble)intransitive
incappareItalianverbto run into (a person) [auxiliary essere] / to run into (a person)intransitive
incappareItalianverbto cover with a hoodtransitive uncommon
inebriarCatalanverbto inebriatetransitive
inebriarCatalanverbto become inebriatedreflexive
informaticaItaliannounthe discipline computer science, information science, informaticsfeminine
informaticaItaliannounfemale equivalent of informaticofeminine form-of
informaticaItalianadjfeminine singular of informaticofeminine form-of singular
insolazioneItaliannounsunstrokefeminine
insolazioneItaliannouninsolationfeminine
intombiZulunoungirl
intombiZulunoungirlfriend, fiancée
intombiZulunounmaiden, virgin
inventariumSwedishnounan inventory (a list of items stored, available, or found in a collection)neuter
inventariumSwedishnounan item (stored, available, or found in a collection)neuter
inventariumSwedishnouna person who has worked or lived a long time in the same placeneuter
ipsilonItaliannounThe name of the Latin-script letter Y.; wyefeminine invariable
ipsilonItaliannounthe name of the Greek-script letter Υ/υ; upsilonfeminine invariable
ipurangiMaorinounsource (of a stream)
ipurangiMaorinounInternetInternet
isogonicEnglishadjDescribing imaginary lines connecting points on the Earth's surface of identical magnetic declination.cartography geography natural-sciences
isogonicEnglishadjHaving equal angles.geometry mathematics sciences
isogonicEnglishadjExhibiting, or relating to, isogonism.biology natural-sciences zoology
isogonicEnglishnounAn isogonic line; a curve connecting points on the Earth's surface whose magnetic declination is identical.cartography geography natural-sciences
izolaceCzechnouninsulationfeminine
izolaceCzechnounisolationfeminine
jalovъProto-Slavicadjidle (for process)reconstruction
jalovъProto-Slavicadjinfertile, barren (for animal)reconstruction
juru uangIndonesiannouncashier
juru uangIndonesiannountreasurer
juvenileEnglishadjYoung; not fully developed.
juvenileEnglishadjCharacteristic of youth or immaturity; childish.
juvenileEnglishnounA prepubescent child.
juvenileEnglishnounA person younger than the age of majority; a minor.
juvenileEnglishnounA person younger than the age of full criminal responsibility, such that the person either cannot be held criminally liable or is subject to less severe forms of punishment.
juvenileEnglishnounA publication for young adult readers.literature media publishing
juvenileEnglishnounAn actor playing a child's role.entertainment lifestyle theater
juvenileEnglishnounA sexually immature animal.biology natural-sciences zoology
juvenileEnglishnounA two-year-old racehorse.
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 亅
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 倔
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 傕
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 僪
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 决
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 刔
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 劂
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 勪
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 厥
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 咏
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 啱
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 噱
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嚸
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 孒
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 孓
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 屫
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 崛
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 崫
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嵑
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嶥
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 弡
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 彏
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 憠
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 憰
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 戄
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 抇
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 抉
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 挗
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 捔
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 掘
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 撃
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 撧/𪮖
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 攫
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 斍
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 柽
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 桷
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 梏
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 橛
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 橜
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 欔
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 欮
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 殌
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 氒
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 決/决
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 泬
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 㵐
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 潏
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 焆
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 焳
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 熦
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 爑
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 爝
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 爴
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 爵
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 狀/状
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 獗
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 玃
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 玦
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 玨
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 珏
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瑴
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 璋
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 疦
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瘚
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 矍
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 矝
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 矡
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 砄
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 穱
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 絕/绝
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 絶/绝
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 绝
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 脙
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 脚
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 腲
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 臄
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 芵
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蕝/𫈵
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蕞
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蕨
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蚗
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蛙
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蟨
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蟩
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蠼
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 覐
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 覺/觉
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 觊
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 觖
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 觱
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 觼
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 訣/诀
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 譎/谲
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 诀
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 谲
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 谻
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 貜
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 赽
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 趹
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 踊
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蹶
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蹷
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蹻/跷
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 躩
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 輂/𰺅
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 较
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 逫
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鈌/𰽤
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鐍/𫔎
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鐝/镢
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 钁/䦆
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 镢
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 镻
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 闈/闱
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 闕/阙
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 闐/阗
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 馵/𱄼
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鱊/𫚪
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鱖/鳜
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鴁/𮭢
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鴃/𫛞
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鷢/𱊧
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 龣
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 㓸
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 㔃/𫦌
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 穴
juéMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 炔
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 伒
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 僃
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 僸
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 凚
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 劘
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 劤
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 劲
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 劶
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 噤
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嚍/𫩺
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 墐
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 妗
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嫤
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嬧/𮱁
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 慦
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 搢
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 晉/晋
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 暜
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 枃
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 歏
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 浕
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 浸
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 湕
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 溍
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 濅
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 濜/浕
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 燼/烬
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 琎
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瑨
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瑴
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 璡/琎
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 璶
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瘽
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 盡/尽
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 祰
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 禁
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 紞/𬘘
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 縉/缙
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 肵
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 荩
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 菪
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蓳
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 藎/荩
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 覫/𲁙
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 訠
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 賮/𰷧
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 贐/赆
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 近
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 進/进
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鋚
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 靬
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 靳
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 齽/𬺔
jìnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 寖
keittiöFinnishnounkitchen (room or area for preparing food)
keittiöFinnishnouncuisine (characteristic style of preparing food from a place of origin)
khipatiPaliverbto throwconjugation-1
khipatiPaliadjmasculine and neuter locative singular of khipant, present participle of the verb aboveform-of locative masculine neuter singular
kieszonkowePolishnounpocket money, allowance (a small sum of money given to a child, by a parent or guardian)neuter
kieszonkowePolishnounpocket money (a small amount of money for smaller purchases)neuter
kistDutchnounA box, chest.feminine masculine
kistDutchnounA coffin.feminine masculine
kistDutchnounAn aeroplane.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesfeminine informal masculine
kistDutchnounA boot or large shoe, especially an army boot.feminine informal masculine
kistDutchverbinflection of kisten: ## first/second/third-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first/second/third-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present second-person singular third-person
kistDutchverbinflection of kisten: ## first/second/third-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
kişiAzerbaijaninounpersonarchaic
kişiAzerbaijaninounman (adult male human)
klarnetPolishnounclarinet (musical instrument)inanimate masculine
klarnetPolishnounidiotderogatory inanimate informal masculine
kledenDutchverbto dresstransitive
kledenDutchverbto fit someone, to suit someone (of a piece of clothing)transitive
kledenDutchnounplural of kleedform-of plural
klūtazProto-Germanicnounlump, clodmasculine reconstruction
klūtazProto-Germanicnounboulder, rockmasculine reconstruction
klūtazProto-Germanicnounhillmasculine reconstruction
knaveMiddle Englishnounson, male child (offspring)
knaveMiddle Englishnounboy, lad, male child or baby
knaveMiddle Englishnounguy, bloke, man
knaveMiddle Englishnounservant, hireling, menial
knaveMiddle Englishnounpeasant, lowly individual
knaveMiddle Englishnouninfantryman, soldier
knaveMiddle Englishnounknave, caitiff, despicable individual
knivspidsDanishnounthe pointy end of a knife
knivspidsDanishnounthe amount of powder or granulated substance that fits on the tip of a knifecooking food lifestyle
kotъkaProto-Slavicnounfeminine of *kotъ (“cat”)feminine form-of reconstruction
kotъkaProto-SlavicnounAlternative form of *koty (“anchor”)alt-of alternative reconstruction
kotъkaProto-Slavicnounpulley, rollbroadly reconstruction
kremaMaltesenouncream (oily part of milk)feminine
kremaMaltesenouncream (colour)feminine
kremaMaltesenouncream (the best part)feminine figuratively
kufrCzechnounsuitcaseinanimate masculine
kufrCzechnounboot (of a car)inanimate masculine
kumtAlbaniannounnewsmasculine
kumtAlbaniannounmessagemasculine
kyyhkyFinnishnounpigeon, dove (bird of the family Columbidae)
kyyhkyFinnishnounpigeon (bird of the genus Columba within that family)
kyyhkyFinnishnoundove (person favouring conciliation and negotiation rather than conflict)government politics
këpujëAlbaniannounberry, fruit
këpujëAlbaniannounblob, drop
këpujëAlbaniannounbutton
këpujëAlbaniannouncopulahuman-sciences linguistics sciences
köyhdyttääFinnishverbto impoverish (to make poor)transitive
köyhdyttääFinnishverbto deplete (of highly fissile material, especially U-235)transitive
lashonLadinonountonguemasculine romanization
lashonLadinonounlanguagemasculine romanization
lashonLadinonounHebrewmasculine romanization with-definite-article
lassoEnglishnounA long rope with a sliding loop on one end, generally used in ranching to catch cattle and horses.
lassoEnglishnounAn image-editing function allowing the user to capture an irregularly-shaped object by drawing an approximate outline.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
lassoEnglishverbTo catch with a lasso.transitive
laxusLatinadjwide, spacious, roomyadjective declension-1 declension-2
laxusLatinadjyieldingadjective declension-1 declension-2
laxusLatinadjloose, slack, freeadjective declension-1 declension-2
lečOld CzechconjRepeated, disjunctive conjunction; either... or... let
lečOld CzechconjLimiting conjunction; unless
lečOld CzechconjRestrictive conjunction; only
ligazónSpanishnounlink, connectionfeminine
ligazónSpanishnounliaisonfeminine
lipoHawaiiannoundeep sea, cavern or forest
lipoHawaiiannounblue-black
lipoHawaiiannoundepth, darkness, dimness
lipoHawaiiannoungrief, gloom
lletraCatalannounletter of the alphabetfeminine
lletraCatalannounwriting, handwritingfeminine
lletraCatalannounlyrics (of a song)feminine
lletraCatalannounletter (written message)feminine
logAlbaniannounfield (in a forest); flat ground, areamasculine
logAlbaniannounbattlefieldmasculine
losayyiChickasawadjbrown
losayyiChickasawadjdark
losayyiChickasawadjalmost black
losayyiChickasawverbto be brown
losayyiChickasawverbto be brown
losayyiChickasawverbto be dark
losayyiChickasawverbto be almost black
lugayTagalogadjhanging loose and not done up (of a woman's long hair)
lugayTagalogadjhaving hair hanging loose and not done up (of a woman)
lugayTagalognounloosening of a woman's hair to hang loosely (when knotted or in a bun)
lungimeRomaniannounlengthfeminine
lungimeRomaniannoundurationfeminine
lysuOld Englishnounan evil deedneuter
lysuOld Englishadjevil; base, corrupt
lysuOld Englishadjfalse
lōuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 摟/搂
lōuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瞜/䁖
mamawEnglishnounOne's mother.UK dialectal
mamawEnglishnounOne's grandmother, especially one's maternal grandmother.Southern-US US dialectal
mamawEnglishnounOne's mother.Southern-US US dialectal uncommon
manipulowaćPolishverbto manipulate (to move with the hands)imperfective transitive
manipulowaćPolishverbto manipulate (to influence or manage)imperfective transitive
manuskriptDanishnounmanuscriptneuter
manuskriptDanishnouncopyneuter
manuskriptDanishnounscript (text of the dialogue and action for a drama)neuter
mattoFinnishnouncarpet, mat, rug
mattoFinnishnounmat (chiefly in compound terms, thick layer of something that resembles a mat or carpet)figuratively
mattoFinnishnounmat (floor pad to protect athletes)athletics hobbies lifestyle sports
mattoFinnishnounmat, blasting mat (heavy, flexible cover, often made of used rubber tires and used to prevent debris from flying around during rock blasting)
mattoFinnishnountapestry, esp. of rya typedialectal
mattoFinnishnounSynonym of kuli (“certain old unit of measure for weight”)
mealltachScottish Gaelicadjfalse, deceitful, spurious, sham
mealltachScottish Gaelicadjdeceptive, delusive, delusory
mealltachScottish Gaelicadjalluring
mediumDutchnounmeans, system or instrument for fulfilling an endneuter
mediumDutchnounmedium which a wave or force traversesnatural-sciences physical-sciences physicsneuter
mediumDutchnounmiddle voicegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesneuter
mediumDutchnounmeans of communication, media outletcommunication communications medianeuter
mediumDutchnoundata medium, something that contains datacommunication communicationsneuter
mediumDutchnounchanneler, someone who claims to access the deadneuter
mediumDutchnounsomething of medium sizeneuter
mediumDutchadjof medium sizenot-comparable
mediumDutchadjmedium rarenot-comparable of meat
mellifluoItalianadjsugary, honeyed
mellifluoItalianadjmellifluous
mennenDutchverb(transitive) To lead (a) draught animal(s)literally
mennenDutchverbTo drive a drawn vehicle (especially chariot) or plowtransitive
mennenDutchverbTo deliver the load of such transporttransitive
mennenDutchverb(transitive) To take the lead, conduct, guide, command (troops), steer people/ eventsfiguratively
mennenDutchverbTo be engaged in any of the above senses, e.g. to have the lead, be in chargeintransitive
mercenariusLatinadjhired for payadjective declension-1 declension-2
mercenariusLatinadjmercenaryadjective declension-1 declension-2
mis-swingEnglishverbTo swing incorrectly.
mis-swingEnglishnounA botched swing
misneachIrishnouncouragemasculine
misneachIrishnounhopefulness, cheer; feeling of well-beingmasculine
mkusanyikoSwahilinouna gathering or collectionclass-3 class-4
mkusanyikoSwahilinounan assemblyclass-3 class-4
modoItaliannounmanner, waymasculine
modoItaliannounmoodgrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesmasculine
modoItaliannounstyle, mannerentertainment lifestyle musicmasculine
modusIndonesiannounmode, / the most frequently occurring value in a distribution.mathematics sciences statistics
modusIndonesiannounmode, / mood, a verb form that depends on how its containing clause relates to the speaker’s or writer’s wish, intent, or assertion about reality.human-sciences linguistics sciences
modusIndonesiannounmode, / a particular means of accomplishing something.
modusIndonesiannounmodus operandi, a known criminal's established habits and mode of work when committing specific offences, especially fraud, matched with characteristics of an unsolved crime to narrow down (limit to a specific list) or profile suspects.colloquial
motaGaliciannounmotte, rampartdated feminine
motaGaliciannounmoundfeminine
moucoGalicianadjblunted; polled, lopped; hornless
moucoGalicianadjdeaf, hard of hearing
moucoGalicianadjblunt (dull in understanding; slow of discernment)
moucoGalicianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of moucarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
mrównikPolishnounaardvark, earth piganimate masculine
mrównikPolishnounTubulidentataanimate masculine plural plural-only
mű-Hungarianprefixartificial, man-made, false, mock (not genuine)morpheme
mű-Hungarianprefixtechnical, professionalmorpheme
mű-Hungarianprefixartistic, (sometimes) historic (related to a product of human creativity)morpheme
mű-Hungarianprefixliterary (created by a known author, as opposed to being folk-derived)morpheme
nadkładaćPolishverbto cross more distance than what is needed [+genitive] / to cross more distance than what is neededimperfective transitive
nadkładaćPolishverbto addMiddle Polish imperfective transitive
naka-Tagalogprefixin a certain position, state or conditionmorpheme
naka-Tagalogprefixwearing somethingmorpheme
naka-Tagalogprefixused to form complete aspects of verbs prefixed with maka-morpheme
namchikGaronoundaughter-in-law
namchikGaronounniece
nantleEnglishverbTo fondle or caress.obsolete
nantleEnglishverbTo fidget or rearrange.Yorkshire dialectal
neufoaysManxnoundisinterestmasculine
neufoaysManxnounimperfectionmasculine
neufoaysManxnouninutilitymasculine
neuvyghinaghManxadjinexorable, ruthless, relentless
neuvyghinaghManxadjbarbarous
ngoziSwahilinounskinclass-10 class-9
ngoziSwahilinounhide, leatherclass-10 class-9
ngrashAromanianverbto fatten, make fat
ngrashAromanianverbto put on weight, become fatterreflexive
người NgaVietnamesenounRussian person
người NgaVietnamesenounRussian people
ningunearSpanishverbto ignore, forgettransitive
ningunearSpanishverbto disrespect, belittletransitive
nublarSpanishverbto cloudtransitive
nublarSpanishverbto become cloudyreflexive
nänniFinnishnounnippleanatomy medicine sciences
nänniFinnishnounpinball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
nänniFinnishnounnipple, pointing stickcomputer-hardware computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescolloquial
odchowaćPolishverbto bring up, to raise, to rear (to look after until a certain age or maturity)perfective transitive
odchowaćPolishverbto get brought up, to get raised, to get rearedperfective reflexive with się
odciąćPolishverbto cut off, to sever, to detachperfective transitive
odciąćPolishverbto cut off, to isolateperfective transitive
off-trackEnglishadjAway from an intended route; wayward.not-comparable
off-trackEnglishadjConducted away from a racetrack.not-comparable of gambling
okuloEsperantonouneye (organ for seeing)anatomy medicine sciences
okuloEsperantonouneye (of a hurricane, cyclone)
on account ofEnglishprepOn behalf of the (monetary) account of; (idiomatic, originally figurative) for the sake of.
on account ofEnglishprepBecause of, due to, owing to.idiomatic
on account ofEnglishconjOn account of the fact that: because, since.colloquial
on one's plateEnglishprep_phraseUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see on, plate.
on one's plateEnglishprep_phraseTo be dealt with or handled.of one or more matters of concern
onorachScottish Gaelicadjhonourable, honest, above-board, sincere, straightforward, upright
onorachScottish Gaelicadjdistinguished, esteemed, exalted, famed
onorachScottish Gaelicadjhonorary
opinioLatinnounAn opinion, conjecture, imagination, fancy, belief; esteem, reputation or expectation, good or bad, which others have formed of someone.declension-3
opinioLatinnounA report or rumor.declension-3
ositoSpanishnounDiminutive of oso, little beardiminutive form-of masculine
ositoSpanishnounteddy bearmasculine
pallSwedishnouna stool; a chair without armrests or a backcommon-gender
pallSwedishnouna podium for prize ceremonieshobbies lifestyle sportscommon-gender
pallSwedishnouna pallet; a movable platform, constructed to be moved by forkliftscommon-gender
pallSwedishnouna pawl (a pin in a ratchet gear)common-gender
pallSwedishnounan apple
palomboItaliannounany member of the genus Mustelusbiology ichthyology natural-sciences zoologymasculine
palomboItaliannounany member of the genus Mustelus / common smooth-hound (Mustelus mustelus)biology ichthyology natural-sciences zoologymasculine
palomboItaliannounSynonym of colombaccio (“wood pigeon”)masculine
pandaiSabah Malayadjknow how
pandaiSabah Malayadjcapable
past masterEnglishnounOne who has an extremely high level of ability or knowledge within an area of achievement or expertise.
past masterEnglishnounSomeone who has previously been a master at a given lodge.Freemasonry freemasonry lifestyle
patototTagalognounprostitute; harlot
patototTagalognouna person holding the middle line in the game patintero
pechenLuxembourgishverbto stick, to be stickyintransitive
pechenLuxembourgishverbto stick, to gluetransitive
pehelyHungariannoundown, fluff, feather
pehelyHungariannounflake (snow)
pelePortuguesenounskinfeminine
pelePortuguesenounfurfeminine
pelePortugueseverbinflection of pelar: ## first/third-person singular present subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / first/third-person singular present subjunctivefirst-person form-of present singular subjunctive third-person
pelePortugueseverbinflection of pelar: ## first/third-person singular present subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / third-person singular imperativeform-of imperative singular third-person
pellisLatinnounpelt, fell, hide, animal skin; (poetic) human skinbiology natural-sciences zoology zootomydeclension-3 feminine
pellisLatinnounleatherdeclension-3 feminine
pellisLatinnouna garment, article of clothing made of skinbusiness clothing fashion lifestyle manufacturing textilesdeclension-3 feminine
pellisLatinnouna tent for soldiers (because it was covered with skins)government military politics wardeclension-3 feminine
pellisLatinnouna parchmentdeclension-3 feminine
pellisLatinnouna drumentertainment lifestyle musicdeclension-3 feminine
pellisLatinnouna thin peelable film covering the outside of a sporocarpbiology mycology natural-sciencesdeclension-3 feminine
pelotonFrenchnounsmall ball (of thread etc.)masculine
pelotonFrenchnounplatoongovernment military politics warmasculine
pelotonFrenchnounpack, bunch (of cyclists etc.)masculine
pelukMalayverbto hug; to embrace
pelukMalayverbto convert (to another religion); to change one's religion
pețiRomanianverbto propose, ask to marry, often through an intermediate, such as the woman's familyconjugation-4
pețiRomanianverbto sue (seek by request, petition)conjugation-4
phấnVietnamesenounface powdercosmetics lifestyle
phấnVietnamesenounchalk (a piece of chalk used for drawing and on a blackboard)
phấnVietnamesenounpollenbiology botany natural-sciences
phấnVietnamesenounsome other fine particles
phấnVietnameseverbto be excited; to be stimulatedin-compounds
picciridduSiciliannounboy, child (male or of unspecified gender)
picciridduSiciliannounsmall, little
picciridduSiciliannounyoung
picciridduSiciliannounA person who has not yet reached adulthood, whether natural (puberty), cultural (initiation), or legal (majority).broadly
picciridduSiciliannounA person who has not yet reached adulthood, whether natural (puberty), cultural (initiation), or legal (majority). / A kid aged 1 to 11 years, whereas neonates are aged 0 to 1 month, infants are aged 1 month to 12 months, and adolescents are aged 12 years to 18 years.broadly in a stricter sense sometimes
picciridduSiciliannounOne's direct descendant by birth, regardless of age; one's offspring; a son or daughter.with possessive
piccoloItalianadjsmall
piccoloItalianadjlittle
piccoloItalianadjyoung
picturăRomaniannounpaintingfeminine
picturăRomaniannounpicturefeminine
piggybackEnglishadjOn somebody's back or shoulders.not-comparable
piggybackEnglishadjPertaining to transportation of goods where one transportation unit is carried on the back of something else. For example, a truck on a train.not-comparable
piggybackEnglishadjAttached or appended to something larger or more important.not-comparable
piggybackEnglishadvOn somebody's back or shoulders.not-comparable
piggybackEnglishverbTo carry (someone) on the back or shoulders.transitive
piggybackEnglishverbTo attach or append something to another (usually larger) object or event.intransitive transitive
piggybackEnglishverbTo obtain a wireless internet connection by bringing one's own computer within the range of another's wireless connection without that subscriber's permission or knowledge.Internet transitive
piggybackEnglishverbTo utilize "last-mile" wiring rented from a larger owner ISP by a smaller ISP.Internet transitive
piggybackEnglishverbTo transport (a lorry/truck) on a flatbed railway wagon.transitive
piggybackEnglishverbTo enter a secured area at the same time along with (someone having authorized access); to tailgate.transitive
piggybackEnglishnounA ride on somebody's back or shoulders.countable
piggybackEnglishnounAn act or instance of piggybacking.countable uncountable
piggybackEnglishnounThe connection of one intravenous drip to another.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
piobarIrishnounpepper (plant of the family Piperacea; spice from dried berries of this plant)masculine
piobarIrishnounpepper (fruit of the capsicum)masculine
piscinaEnglishnounA drained basin near a church's altar for the disposal of water from liturgical ablutions.
piscinaEnglishnounA basin or tank, especially one for holding fishes or for growing aquatic plants.
pispigliareItalianverbto whisperintransitive rare
pispigliareItalianverbto chirp (of birds)intransitive rare
planssiFinnishnounposter (illustration, especially one fixed on stiff base for presentation)
planssiFinnishnounplate (page dedicated for illustratiions, especially one printed on better paper than the rest of the publication)media printing publishing
planssiFinnishnounbackground image, especially one with textbroadcasting media television
planssiFinnishnounIn subtitling, any unspoken element, such as a note or sign, which needs to be translated.broadcasting media television
portEnglishnounA place on the coast at which ships can shelter, or dock to load and unload cargo or passengers.countable uncountable
portEnglishnounA town or city containing such a place, a port city.countable uncountable
portEnglishnounThe left-hand side of a vessel, including aircraft, when one is facing the front. Used to unambiguously refer to directions relative to the vessel structure, rather than to a person or object on board.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transportuncountable
portEnglishnounA sweep rower that primarily rows with an oar on the port side.hobbies lifestyle rowing sportscountable uncountable
portEnglishadjOf or relating to port, the left-hand side of a vessel when facing the bow.nautical transportnot-comparable
portEnglishverbTo turn or put to the left or larboard side of a ship; said of the helm.nautical transportimperative transitive
portEnglishnounAn entryway or gate.Scotland historical
portEnglishnounAn opening or doorway in the side of a ship, especially for boarding or loading; an embrasure through which a cannon may be discharged; a porthole.
portEnglishnounA small medical appliance installed beneath the skin, connected to a vein by a catheter, and used to inject drugs or to draw blood samples.medicine sciences
portEnglishnounA space between two stones wide enough for a delivered stone or bowl to pass through.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
portEnglishnounAn opening where a connection (such as a pipe) is made.
portEnglishnounA logical or physical construct in and from which data are transferred. Computer port (hardware) on Wikipedia.Wikipediacomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
portEnglishnounA female connector of an electronic device, into which a cable's male connector can be inserted.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
portEnglishverbTo carry, bear, or transport. See porter.
portEnglishverbTo hold or carry (a weapon) with both hands so that it lays diagonally across the front of the body, with the barrel or similar part near the left shoulder and the right hand grasping the small of the stock; or, to throw (the weapon) into this position on command.government military politics war
portEnglishverbTo adapt, modify, or create a new version of, a program so that it works on a different platform. Porting (computing) on Wikipedia.Wikipediacomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences video-games
portEnglishverbTo carry or transfer (an existing telephone number) from one telephone service provider to another.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunications telephonytransitive
portEnglishverbTo transfer a voucher or subsidy from one jurisdiction to another.government lawUS
portEnglishnounSomething used to carry a thing, especially a frame for wicks in candle-making.
portEnglishnounThe manner in which a person carries himself; bearing; deportment; carriage. See also portance.archaic
portEnglishnounThe position of a weapon when ported; a rifle position executed by throwing the weapon diagonally across the front of the body, with the right hand grasping the small of the stock and the barrel sloping upward and crossing the point of the left shoulder.government military politics war
portEnglishnounA program that has been adapted, modified, or recoded so that it works on a different platform from the one for which it was created; the act of this adapting.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
portEnglishnounA set of files used to build and install a binary executable file from the source code of an application.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
portEnglishnounA type of very sweet fortified wine, mostly dark red, traditionally made in Portugal.countable uncountable
portEnglishnounA suitcase or schoolbag.Australia
portEnglishnounThe portfolio of a model or artist.informal
porxoCatalannounarchwaymasculine
porxoCatalannounarcadein-plural masculine
porxoCatalannounporchmasculine
porxoCatalannounshedmasculine
potkuriFinnishnounpropeller, propaeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
potkuriFinnishnounscrew, propellernautical transport
potkuriFinnishnounSynonym of potkukelkka (“kicksled”)informal
poświadczyćPolishverbto confirm (to officially state that something is true or authentic)formal perfective transitive
poświadczyćPolishverbto confirm, to corroborate (to assure the accuracy of previous statements)literary perfective transitive
preletjetiSerbo-Croatianverbto fly over/acrosstransitive
preletjetiSerbo-Croatianverbto glance, skim overtransitive
premerGalicianverbto press
premerGalicianverbto push
premerGalicianverbto urge
premerGalicianverbto click a computer mouse
premerGalicianverbto squeeze
primaryaTagalognounprimary
primaryaTagalognounelementary school; primary school
primaryaTagalogadjprimary; principal
primaryaTagalogadjprimary; elementary (related to the first years of basic education)
pristineEnglishadjUnspoiled; still with its original purity; uncorrupted or unsullied.
pristineEnglishadjPrimitive, pertaining to the earliest state of something.
pristineEnglishadjPerfect.
pristineEnglishadjRelating to sawfishes of the family Pristidae.
prosceniumEnglishnounThe stage area between the curtain and the orchestra.in a modern theater
prosceniumEnglishnounThe stage area immediately in front of the scene building.in an ancient theater
prosceniumEnglishnounThe row of columns at the front the scene building, at first directly behind the circular orchestra but later upon a stage.in an ancient theater
prosceniumEnglishnounA proscenium arch.
proverbEnglishnounA commonly used sentence expressing popular wisdom.
proverbEnglishnounA striking or paradoxical assertion; an obscure saying; an enigma; a parable.obsolete
proverbEnglishnounA familiar illustration; a subject of contemptuous reference.obsolete
proverbEnglishnounA drama exemplifying a proverb.obsolete
proverbEnglishverbTo write or utter proverbs.
proverbEnglishverbTo name in, or as, a proverb.
proverbEnglishverbTo provide with a proverb.
przeświadczaćPolishverbto convince, to persuadeimperfective transitive
przeświadczaćPolishverbto convince oneself, to become convincedimperfective reflexive with się
pudrVepsnounporridge
pudrVepsnounmash
pudrVepsnounpurée
pudrVepsnounpowder
pulAzerbaijaninounmoney
pulAzerbaijaninounscales (in fishes)
pure finderEnglishnounSomeone who collected dog faeces for sale to tanneries (which used it as a siccative for bookbinding leather). Undertaken by poor people in Britain in the 18th and 19th centuries.obsolete
pure finderEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see pure, finder.
purveyanceEnglishnounThe act of purveying.countable uncountable
purveyanceEnglishnounThe prerogative of the Crown to static separation of duty with goods and services for royal use.Britain countable historical uncountable
qualifiedEnglishadjMeeting the standards, requirements, and training for a position.
qualifiedEnglishadjRestricted or limited by conditions.
qualifiedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of qualifyform-of participle past
quietoPortugueseadjquiet (with little or no sound)comparable
quietoPortugueseadjquiet (having little motion or activity; calm)comparable
quietoPortugueseadjquiet (not talking much or not talking loudly; reserved)comparable
quietudSpanishnouncalmfeminine
quietudSpanishnounstillnessfeminine
rabitəAzerbaijaninounrelation, connection
rabitəAzerbaijaninounties, bonds, contact
rabitəAzerbaijaninouncommunication (the concept or state of exchanging data or information between entities)
rammaNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite feminine singular of rammedefinite feminine form-of masculine singular
rammaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of ramme: / simple pastpast
rammaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of ramme: / past participleparticiple past
rasporedSerbo-Croatiannounschedule, program
rasporedSerbo-Croatiannounlayout, arrangement, formation
rasteiraPortuguesenountrip (the act of tripping someone, or causing them to lose their footing)feminine
rasteiraPortuguesenountrap; trickbroadly feminine
rasteiraPortugueseadjfeminine singular of rasteirofeminine form-of singular
reserveIndonesiannounreserve.colloquial
reserveIndonesiannounrequirement.colloquial
reuploadEnglishverbTo upload again.
reuploadEnglishnounA second or subsequent upload.
ribDutchnounribmasculine
ribDutchnouna truss (wooden frame)masculine
riconquistareItalianverbto reconquertransitive
riconquistareItalianverbto win backtransitive
rijetkostSerbo-Croatiannounrarity
rijetkostSerbo-Croatiannouncuriosity
rijetkostSerbo-Croatiannounscarcity
rilevareItalianverbto point out, emphasizetransitive
rilevareItalianverbto notice, detect, plottransitive
rilevareItalianverbto showtransitive
rilevareItalianverbto take, get, take over, buy outtransitive
rilevareItalianverbto take away againtransitive
robberyEnglishnounThe act or practice of robbing.countable uncountable
robberyEnglishnounThe offense of taking or attempting to take the property of another by force or threat of force.lawcountable uncountable
rusTurkmenadjRussian
rusTurkmennounRussian (person)
rágóizomHungariannounmuscle of masticationanatomy medicine sciences
rágóizomHungariannounmasseter (one of the muscles of mastication)anatomy medicine sciences
rådslagSwedishnouna meeting held to reach a common decision or position, a consultation, a powwowcountable neuter
rådslagSwedishnouncounsel (deliberation to reach a common decision or position)neuter uncountable
saisEnglishnounA groom, or servant with responsibility for the horses.India
saisEnglishnounusually syce: chauffeur, driver., Central Java, Dutch East Indies]]dated
saisEnglishverbUsed to represent a nonstandard pronunciation of says.
sampaiIndonesianintjbye
sampaiIndonesianprepto
sampaiIndonesianprepuntil
sampaiIndonesianverbimperative of menyampai (“to fulfill”)form-of imperative
sampaiIndonesianverbto arrive
sampaiIndonesianverbto finish
sampaiIndonesianverbto expire
sampaiIndonesianverbto be achieved
sampaiIndonesianverbto be reached
sampaiIndonesianverbsynonym of gantung (“to hang”)
scairdIrishnounsquirt, jet, gushfeminine
scairdIrishverbsquirt, gush; pour rapidlyintransitive transitive
scairdIrishnounAlternative form of scard (“fright, terror”)alt-of alternative feminine
scairdIrishnounvocative singular of scardform-of masculine singular vocative
scairdIrishnoungenitive singular of scardform-of genitive masculine singular
schiltMiddle Dutchnounshieldmasculine
schiltMiddle Dutchnounshield bearing one's coat of armsmasculine
schoneMiddle Dutchadjbeautiful
schoneMiddle Dutchadjshining, bright, glittering
schoneMiddle Dutchadjclean, not dirty, pure
schoneMiddle Dutchadjfriendly, nice
schoneMiddle Dutchnounbeauty
scusarsiItalianverbreflexive of scusareform-of reflexive
scusarsiItalianverbto apologise/apologize, say one is sorry, be sorry, excuse oneself
sedmicaSerbo-CroatiannounweekBosnia regional
sedmicaSerbo-Croatiannounseven (digit or figure)
sedmicaSerbo-Croatiannounanything numbered seven (playing card, tram, bus, player with a jersey number 7 etc.)
semellaLatinnounbundeclension-1 feminine
semellaLatinnounbread rolldeclension-1 feminine
senPolishnoundreaminanimate masculine
senPolishnounsleepinanimate masculine
shadowingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of shadowform-of gerund participle present
shadowingEnglishnounThe effect of being shadowed (in the sense of blocked), as from a light source or radio transmission.countable uncountable
shadowingEnglishnounThe situation where an individual repeats speech immediately as they hear it (usually through earphones).countable uncountable
shadowingEnglishnounSecretly or discreetly tracking or following someone, keeping under surveillance.espionage government military politics warcountable uncountable
shadowingEnglishnounA faint representation; an adumbration.countable uncountable
shadowingEnglishnounThe technique of copying ROM contents to RAM to allow for shorter access times. The ROM chip is then disabled while the initialized memory locations are switched in on the same block of addresses.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
shadowingEnglishnounA work experience option where students learn about a job by walking through the work day as a shadow to a competent worker.educationcountable uncountable
sharpEnglishadjTerminating in a point or edge, especially one that can cut easily; not dull, obtuse, or rounded.
sharpEnglishadjIntelligent.colloquial
sharpEnglishadjHigher than usual by one semitone (denoted by the symbol ♯ after the name of the note).entertainment lifestyle music
sharpEnglishadjHigher in pitch than required.entertainment lifestyle music
sharpEnglishadjHaving an intense, acrid flavour.
sharpEnglishadjSudden and intense.
sharpEnglishadjIllegal or dishonest.colloquial
sharpEnglishadjKeenly or unduly attentive to one's own interests; shrewd.colloquial
sharpEnglishadjExact, precise, accurate; keen.
sharpEnglishadjOffensive, critical, or acrimonious.
sharpEnglishadjStylish or attractive.colloquial
sharpEnglishadjObservant; alert; acute.
sharpEnglishadjForming a small angle; especially, forming an angle of less than ninety degrees.
sharpEnglishadjSteep; precipitous; abrupt.
sharpEnglishadjSaid of as extreme a value as possible.mathematics sciencesof a statement
sharpEnglishadjTactical; risky.board-games chess games
sharpEnglishadjPiercing; keen; severe; painful.
sharpEnglishadjEager or keen in pursuit; impatient for gratification.
sharpEnglishadjFierce; ardent; fiery; violent; impetuous.obsolete
sharpEnglishadjComposed of hard, angular grains; gritty.
sharpEnglishadjUttered in a whisper, or with the breath alone; aspirated; unvoiced.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesdated
sharpEnglishadjHungry.obsolete
sharpEnglishadvTo a point or edge; piercingly; eagerly; sharply.
sharpEnglishadvExactly.not-comparable
sharpEnglishadvIn a higher pitch than is correct or desirable.entertainment lifestyle music
sharpEnglishnounThe symbol ♯, placed after the name of a note in the key signature or before a note on the staff to indicate that the note is to be played one chromatic semitone higher.entertainment lifestyle music
sharpEnglishnounA note that is played one chromatic semitone higher than usual; denoted by the name of the note that is followed by the symbol ♯.entertainment lifestyle music
sharpEnglishnounA note that is sharp in a particular key.entertainment lifestyle music
sharpEnglishnounThe scale having a particular sharp note as its tonic.entertainment lifestyle music
sharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp. / A hypodermic syringe.medicine sciencesplural-normally
sharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp. / A scalpel or other edged instrument used in surgery.medicine sciencesdated plural-normally
sharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp. / A sharp object; any item pointed enough to injure human skin.government healthcare human-sciences medicine psychiatry psychology sciencesplural-normally
sharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp.plural-normally
sharpEnglishnounA dishonest person; a cheater.
sharpEnglishnounPart of a stream where the water runs very rapidly.
sharpEnglishnounA sewing needle with a very slender point, more pointed than a blunt or a between.
sharpEnglishnounFine particles of husk mixed with coarse particle of flour of cereals; middlings.in-plural
sharpEnglishnounAn expert.dated slang
sharpEnglishnounA sharpie (member of Australian gangs of the 1960s and 1970s).
sharpEnglishnounAlternative form of sharpie (“type of fishing boat”)alt-of alternative
sharpEnglishverbTo raise the pitch of a note half a step making a natural note a sharp.entertainment lifestyle music
sharpEnglishverbTo play tricks in bargaining; to act the sharper.
sharpEnglishverbTo sharpen.obsolete transitive
shohAlbanianverbto seeintransitive
shohAlbanianverbto notice; to distinguish, trace (with one's eyes)
shohAlbanianverbto look
shohAlbanianverbto observe
siboAnyinountree species of the genus Nauclea. / bilinga (Nauclea diderrichii).
siboAnyinountree species of the genus Nauclea. / Nauclea pobeguinii.
sirovinaSerbo-Croatiannounraw material
sirovinaSerbo-Croatiannounstaple
sitanSerbo-Croatianadjtiny, small
sitanSerbo-Croatianadjtrivial, unimportant
sitanSerbo-Croatianadjfine (in structure/size)
sjarelDutchnounguyBelgium colloquial informal masculine
sjarelDutchnounpenisBelgium colloquial informal masculine
slemhelgeSwedishnouna schlong, a cock (penis)common-gender slang
slemhelgeSwedishnouna (nick)name, for something slimy, or more generally / a burbot (fish)colloquial common-gender
slemhelgeSwedishnouna (nick)name, for something slimy, or more generally / a pike (fish)colloquial common-gender
smackerooEnglishnounSynonym of kiss.slang
smackerooEnglishnounSynonym of dollar.Australia US slang
snow bikeEnglishnounA mini-snowmobile built out of the frame of a motocross motorcycle (dirtbike), replacing the rear drive wheel with a long trailing caterpillar track and the front wheel with a single ski.
snow bikeEnglishnounSynonym of skibike (A bicycle frame with both the front and rear wheels replaced by skis)
snowberryEnglishnounA shrub bearing white berries: / now especially of the genus Symphoricarpos
snowberryEnglishnounA shrub bearing white berries: / also Gaultheria, especially Gaultheria oppositifolia, and
snowberryEnglishnounA shrub bearing white berries: / Schizomeria ovataAustralia
snowberryEnglishnounThe fruit of shrubs of these genera.
soditAlbanianverbto regard, observe
soditAlbanianverbto watch idly
soditAlbanianverbto look afterarchaic
son of a gunEnglishnounson of a bitcheuphemistic
son of a gunEnglishnounUsed encouragingly or to compliment.
son of a gunEnglishintjUsed to express anger, contempt, disgust, astonishment, disappointment, etc.euphemistic
soporusLatinadjof or belonging to sleepadjective declension-1 declension-2
soporusLatinadjsleep-bringing, causing sleepadjective declension-1 declension-2
soporusLatinadjheavy with sleep, drowsy, dozyadjective declension-1 declension-2
sottigliezzaItaliannounthinnessfeminine
sottigliezzaItaliannounsharpness, acutenessfeminine
sottigliezzaItaliannounnicety, quibblefeminine
sottigliezzaItaliannounnuancefeminine
soup strainerEnglishnounA device or implement used as a strainer for soup.
soup strainerEnglishnounA moustache, particularly a handlebar moustache, that droops.humorous
speckledEnglishadjMarked with dots or spots, spotted.
speckledEnglishadjSporadically and irregularly marked.
srdceCzechnounheartanatomy medicine sciencesneuter
srdceCzechnounheartscard-games gamesneuter plural plural-only
stall outEnglishverbTo stall completely; to come to an end or quit through stallingintransitive of an engine usually
stall outEnglishverbTo slow, come to a halt, and remain; to lingerintransitive of a storm usually
stimulantEnglishnounA substance that acts to increase physiological or nervous activity in the body.medicine pharmacology sciences
stimulantEnglishnounSomething that promotes activity, interest, or enthusiasm.
stimulantEnglishadjActing as a stimulant.medicine pharmacology sciencesnot-comparable
sukiBikol Centralnouna favored customer, a regular who receives preferential treatment
sukiBikol Centralnouna favorite seller or vendor
sukiBikol Centralnounswerve; veer; turn
superstoLatinverbto stand over or uponconjugation-1 no-supine
superstoLatinverbto surviveconjugation-1 no-supine
suppetoLatinverbto be available, present or at handconjugation-3
suppetoLatinverbto be equal to, or sufficient forconjugation-3
sventatezzaItaliannounthoughtlessness, absent-mindedness, heedlessnessfeminine
sventatezzaItaliannounthoughtlessness actfeminine
symbiozaPolishnounsymbiosisbiology natural-sciencesfeminine
symbiozaPolishnouncoexistencefeminine
sánzaLingalaverbvomit
sánzaLingalaverbto tell a secretfiguratively
séideadhIrishnounverbal noun of séidform-of masculine noun-from-verb
séideadhIrishnouninflation (expansion or increase in size)masculine
séideadhIrishnouninflammationmedicine sciencesmasculine
séideadhIrishverbinflection of séid: ## autonomous past indicative ## analytic past habitual dependent ## analytic past subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / autonomous past indicativeautonomous form-of indicative past
séideadhIrishverbinflection of séid: ## autonomous past indicative ## analytic past habitual dependent ## analytic past subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / analytic past habitual dependentanalytic dependent form-of habitual past
séideadhIrishverbinflection of séid: ## autonomous past indicative ## analytic past habitual dependent ## analytic past subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / analytic past subjunctiveanalytic form-of past subjunctive
séideadhIrishverbinflection of séid: ## autonomous past indicative ## analytic past habitual dependent ## analytic past subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / third-person singular imperativeform-of imperative singular third-person
sítioPortuguesenounsite; location, placemasculine
sítioPortuguesenounwebsiteInternet Portugal masculine
sítioPortuguesenouna farm or rural property, especially a small oneagriculture business lifestyleBrazil masculine
sítioPortuguesenounsiege (military blockade of settlement)government military politics warmasculine
sóoruPhaluraadjwhole
sóoruPhaluraadjgood, healthy
ta mèreFrenchintjyour momderogatory offensive vulgar
ta mèreFrenchintjfuck off!offensive vulgar
take timeEnglishverbTo require a comparatively long period of time.
take timeEnglishverbTo volunteer to spend one's time (for a purpose or beneficiary).
tamboTagalognouncommon reed (Phragmites australis)
tamboTagalognounbroom made from common reedcolloquial
tapatTagalogadjfacing the front; in front
tapatTagalogadjdirect; straight (as a route to a certain place)
tapatTagalogadjsincere; genuine; real
tapatTagalogadjloyal; faithful; devoted
tapatTagalogadjhonest; just; truthful
tapatTagalogadjupfront; frank; candid; straightforward; open
tapatTagalognounside opposite or fronting another
tapatTagalognounact of staying or stopping in front
tapatTagalognounact of going through the direct route (to a certain place)
tapatTagalognoundirect route from one place to another
tapatTagalognounact of telling the truth
tapatTagalognounact of admitting or confessing (of one's guilt or crime)
tapatTagalognounquality of being sincere or honest
tapatTagalognounlast price
tarteBasquenounintervalinanimate
tarteBasquenounlapseinanimate
tarteBasquenouncrack, gapinanimate
tawanNorthern Kurdishnounguilt
tawanNorthern Kurdishnouncrime
tawanNorthern Kurdishnounsin
tawanNorthern KurdishnounAlternative form of tawe (“pan, saucepan”)alt-of alternative
teemEnglishverbTo be stocked to overflowing.
teemEnglishverbTo be prolific; to abound; to be rife.
teemEnglishverbTo bring forth young, as an animal; to produce fruit, as a plant; to bear; to be pregnant; to conceive; to multiply.obsolete
teemEnglishverbTo empty.archaic
teemEnglishverbTo pour (especially with rain)
teemEnglishverbTo pour, as steel, from a melting pot; to fill, as a mould, with molten metal.
teemEnglishverbTo think fit.obsolete rare
tekananIndonesiannounpressure: / a pressing; a force applied to a surface.
tekananIndonesiannounpressure: / distress
tekananIndonesiannounpressure: / urgency
tekananIndonesiannounaccent: a higher-pitched or stronger articulation of a particular syllable of a word or phrase in order to distinguish it from the others or to emphasize it.human-sciences linguistics sciences
tekananIndonesiannounemphasis: special weight or forcefulness given to something considered important.
tenebraeLatinnoundarkness, especially the darkness of nightdeclension-1 feminine plural
tenebraeLatinnounshadow of deathdeclension-1 feminine plural poetic
tenebraeLatinnounprison, dungeondeclension-1 feminine plural
tenebraeLatinnoungloom or darkness of the mindbroadly declension-1 feminine plural
tessereItalianverbto weavetransitive
tessereItalianverbto plot (an intrigue, a machination)transitive
tessereItaliannounplural of tesserafeminine form-of plural
thuỷ quáiVietnamesenounsea monster; water ghost
thuỷ quáiVietnamesenounaquatic cryptid
tillateNorwegian Bokmålverbto allow
tillateNorwegian Bokmålverbto permit
tintaItaliannoundyefeminine
tintaItaliannouncolour/colorfeminine
tintaItaliannounpaintfeminine
tintaItalianverbfeminine singular of tintofeminine form-of participle singular
tokkelenDutchverbto pluck stringsintransitive
tokkelenDutchverbto strum instrumentsintransitive
tokkelenDutchverbto tick, tap staccatointransitive
tokkelenDutchverbto tap, touch repeatedly, in various ways meaningsobsolete transitive
tompoeskeLimburgishnounsmall personderogatory neuter
tompoeskeLimburgishnounchildendearing neuter
toneladaPortuguesenounmetric ton, a unit of mass equal to 1000 kgfeminine
toneladaPortuguesenounBritish or American ton, a unit of mass equal to 20 hundredweight, 2,240 or 2,000 poundsfeminine
toneladaPortuguesenountonelada, a traditional unit of mass, usually equivalent to 793 kgfeminine historical
toneladaPortuguesenouncaskful, a notional unit of mass indicating the full contents of any tun, cask, &c.feminine
toprakTurkishnounearth (soil)
toprakTurkishnoundry soil
toprakTurkishnounland
toprakTurkishnouncountry
točanSerbo-Croatianadjexact, accurateCroatia
točanSerbo-Croatianadjpunctual, preciseCroatia
točanSerbo-Croatianadjcorrect, rightCroatia
traoithIrishverbto subdue (overcome, quieten, bring under control)
traoithIrishverbto abate, reduce
traoithIrishverbto wear out (exhaust; to cause or contribute to another's exhaustion, fatigue, or weariness), to weary
traoithIrishverbto waste (gradually lose weight, weaken, become frail), waste away, consume
treweMiddle EnglishadjFaithful, loyal, trustworthy.
treweMiddle EnglishadjConcerned about loyalty, honourable, lawful, righteous.
treweMiddle EnglishadjReal, actual, true
treweMiddle EnglishadjTrue, genuine (as opposed to being fake)
treweMiddle EnglishadjProper, correct, appropriate.
treweMiddle EnglishadjJust, fair, equitable.
treweMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of trealt-of alternative
triantánIrishnountriangleentertainment geometry lifestyle mathematics music sciencesmasculine
triantánIrishnoundeltabusiness electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsmasculine
triantánIrishnountriangular section, wedge (of cake)masculine
trimmingsEnglishnounAccompaniments to a meal.plural plural-only
trimmingsEnglishnounDomestic decorations for a room, especially Christmas decorations.Britain plural plural-only
trimmingsEnglishnounplural of trimmingform-of plural
troughEnglishnounA long, narrow container, open on top, for feeding or watering animals.
troughEnglishnounAny similarly shaped container.
troughEnglishnounAny similarly shaped container. / A rectangular container used for washing or rinsing clothes.Australia New-Zealand
troughEnglishnounA short, narrow canal designed to hold water until it drains or evaporates.
troughEnglishnounAn undivided metal urinal (plumbing fixture)colloquial
troughEnglishnounA gutter under the eaves of a building; an eaves trough.Canada
troughEnglishnounA channel for conveying water or other farm liquids (such as milk) from place to place by gravity; any ‘U’ or ‘V’ cross-sectioned irrigation channel.agriculture business lifestyleAustralia New-Zealand
troughEnglishnounA long, narrow depression between waves or ridges; the low portion of a wave cycle.
troughEnglishnounA low turning point or a local minimum of a business cycle.economics science sciences
troughEnglishnounA linear atmospheric depression associated with a weather front.climatology meteorology natural-sciences
troughEnglishverbTo eat in a vulgar style, as if from a trough.
trupiarniaPolishnounmortuary, morguefeminine
trupiarniaPolishnounold people's home, retirement home (nursing home for the elderly)colloquial derogatory feminine
trwmWelshadjheavy
trwmWelshadjsad
tuhoFinnishnoundestruction, devastation, havoc, damage
tuhoFinnishnounfall (loss of greatness or status)
tuhoFinnishnoundoom (undesirable destiny or fate)
turcoGalicianadjTurkish
turcoGaliciannouna Turk (male)masculine
turcoGaliciannounTurkish (language)masculine uncountable
turcoGaliciannounderogatory term to designate a person from A Coruñaderogatory masculine offensive slang vulgar
tutelageEnglishnounThe act of guarding, protecting, or guiding; guardianship; protectioncountable uncountable
tutelageEnglishnounThe state of being under a guardian or a tutor; care or protection enjoyed.countable uncountable
tutelageEnglishnounInstruction; teaching; guidance.countable uncountable
two bobEnglishnounTwo shillings; a florin.Australia UK obsolete uncountable
two bobEnglishnounA 20-cent coin.Australia slang uncountable
two bobEnglishnounA trivially small value.Australia UK attributive idiomatic often uncountable
twosomeEnglishadjBeing or constituting a pair; two.not-comparable
twosomeEnglishadjTwofold; double.not-comparable
twosomeEnglishadjPerformed by two individuals.not-comparable
twosomeEnglishnounA group of two; a pair; a couple; a group of two distinct individuals or components.
twosomeEnglishnounA dance for two people.
tygielPolishnouncrucible, melting pot (cup-shaped piece of laboratory equipment)inanimate masculine
tygielPolishnouncrucible, melting pot (bowl-shaped kitchen utensil with a long handle; also: the contents of this utensil)inanimate masculine
tygielPolishnounmelting pot (place where many divergent things come together and are homogenized)human-sciences sciences social-science sociologyfiguratively inanimate masculine
työläinenFinnishnounworker (working man)
työläinenFinnishnounworker (sterile social insect)
työläinenFinnishnounproletariangovernment politics
työläinenFinnishnounworkers'in-compounds
táblaIrishnountable / inscribed slabUlster masculine
táblaIrishnountable / list of factsUlster masculine
táblaIrishnountable / paradigmUlster masculine
ugoMongghulnounlanguage
ugoMongghulnounword
ugoMongghulnounsentence
ugoMongghulnounspeech
ugoMongghulnouninformation
unciaLatinnoununcia, a coin of the Roman Republic equal to 1/12 asdeclension-1 historical
unciaLatinnoununcia, a unit of length equal to 1/12 of the Roman footdeclension-1 historical
unciaLatinnouninch, similar units in other measurement systemsdeclension-1
unciaLatinnouninch, an insignificantly small lengthdeclension-1 figuratively
unciaLatinnoununcia, a unit of mass equal to 1/12 of the Roman pounddeclension-1 historical
unciaLatinnounounce, similar units in other measurement systemsdeclension-1
unciaLatinnounounce, bit, trifle, an insignificantly small amountdeclension-1 figuratively
unciaLatinnoununcia, a unit of area equal to 1/12 of the jugerumdeclension-1 historical
unciaLatinnountwelfth, 1/12 of any amount or unitdeclension-1
unciaLatinnounsnow leopardNew-Latin declension-1 feminine
uncoverEnglishverbTo remove a cover from.
uncoverEnglishverbTo reveal the identity of.
uncoverEnglishverbTo show openly; to disclose; to reveal.
uncoverEnglishverbTo remove one's hat or cap as a mark of respect.intransitive reflexive
uncoverEnglishverbTo expose the genitalia.intransitive reflexive
uncoverEnglishverbTo expose (lines of formation of troops) successively by the wheeling to right or left of the lines in front.government military politics wartransitive
unfireEnglishverbHypothetically, to undo the firing of (a weapon).transitive
unfireEnglishverbTo hire again (a person who was fired).transitive
uniTariananounwater
uniTariananounwaterway, river; body of water, lake; anything watery
unsaleableEnglishadjNot sellable.
unsaleableEnglishnounSomething that cannot be sold.
unsuspiciousEnglishadjNot suspicious; not suspecting, unaware (of something).
unsuspiciousEnglishadjNot arousing suspicion.
upbringingEnglishnounThe traits acquired during one's childhood trainingcountable uncountable
upbringingEnglishnounThe raising or training of a child.countable uncountable
uppistandIcelandicnounstand-up comedyneuter no-plural
uppistandIcelandicnouncommotion, fussneuter no-plural
utemeljiteljicaSerbo-Croatiannounfounderfeminine
utemeljiteljicaSerbo-Croatiannounpromoterfeminine
vareNorwegian Bokmålnounan article or item (of goods)feminine masculine
vareNorwegian Bokmålnouna commodityfeminine masculine
vareNorwegian Bokmålnoungoods, merchandise, waresfeminine masculine
vareNorwegian Bokmålnouncaution, protectionindeclinable
vareNorwegian Bokmålverbto last, take (a duration of time)
varenDutchverbto sail, to go by boat, to navigate
varenDutchverbto ascend or descend
varenDutchverbto fare
varenDutchverbto travel over land, to go by bike, car, train etc.Eastern archaic dialectal
varenDutchnounfern (plant of the class Polypodiopsida)feminine
vedarCatalanverbto ban, prohibitBalearic Central Valencian transitive
vedarCatalanverbto impede, get in the wayBalearic Central Valencian transitive
verkrüppelnGermanverbto crippletransitive weak
verkrüppelnGermanverbto become crippledintransitive weak
većinomSerbo-Croatianadvmostly, mainly
većinomSerbo-Croatianadvby majority
večerOld Czechnouneveninginanimate masculine
večerOld Czechnounwestinanimate masculine
vitvaraSwedishnouna white goods appliance ((white (extended to other colors and materials), larger) appliance – for example a stove, refrigerator, or washing machine)common-gender in-plural often
vitvaraSwedishnouna white goods appliance ((white (extended to other colors and materials), larger) appliance – for example a stove, refrigerator, or washing machine) / a home appliance, a household applianceas translations common common-gender in-plural often
vitvaraSwedishnouna white goods textile (domestic textile, traditionally white in color)archaic common-gender plural-normally
vádHungariannouncharge, accusation, allegationlaw
vádHungariannounprosecution (the prosecuting party)law
vérHungariannounblooduncountable usually
vérHungariannounvigor, vitality, dynamismfiguratively uncountable usually
vérHungariannounblood sacrifice, bloodsheduncountable usually
vérHungariannountemperamentfiguratively uncountable usually
vérHungariannounsomeone’s inclination, propensity, disposition, natureconstrued with a &#32 uncountable usually
vérHungariannounstate of mind, frame of mind, moodfiguratively uncountable usually
vérHungariannounsensuality, lust, passionfiguratively uncountable usually
vérHungariannounclan, familyfiguratively uncountable usually
vérHungariannounoffspring, descendant, issue, progeny or ancestorfiguratively uncountable usually
vérHungariannounbloodline or strain of descentfiguratively uncountable usually
vérHungariannounsiblingliterary uncountable usually with a possessive suffix
vérHungariannouncompatriot, countryman, or a person belonging to the same people, social class, or communityin-plural literary uncountable usually with a possessive suffix
vérHungariannounSynonym of bor (“wine”), especially vörösbor (“red wine”).humorous uncountable usually
vértestHungariannounblood corpuscle, blood cellbiology cytology hematology medicine natural-sciences sciencesrare
vértestHungariannounEllipsis of vörösvértest (“red blood cell”)..biology cytology hematology medicine natural-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
waveEnglishverbTo move back and forth repeatedly and somewhat loosely.intransitive
waveEnglishverbTo move one’s hand back and forth (generally above the shoulders) in greeting or departure.intransitive
waveEnglishverbTo call attention to, or give a direction or command to, by a waving motion, as of the hand; to signify by waving; to beckon; to signal; to indicate.metonymically transitive
waveEnglishverbTo have an undulating or wavy form.intransitive
waveEnglishverbTo raise into inequalities of surface; to give an undulating form or surface to.transitive
waveEnglishverbTo produce waves to the hair.transitive
waveEnglishverbTo swing and miss at a pitch.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
waveEnglishverbTo cause to move back and forth repeatedly.transitive
waveEnglishverbTo signal (someone or something) with a waving movement.metonymically transitive
waveEnglishverbTo fluctuate; to waver; to be in an unsettled state.intransitive obsolete
waveEnglishverbTo move like a wave, or by floating; to waft.ergative intransitive
waveEnglishnounA moving disturbance in the level of a body of liquid; an undulation.
waveEnglishnounThe ocean.poetic
waveEnglishnounA moving disturbance in the energy level of a field.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
waveEnglishnounA shape that alternatingly curves in opposite directions.
waveEnglishnounAny of a number of species of moths in the geometrid subfamily Sterrhinae, which have wavy markings on the wings.
waveEnglishnounA loose back-and-forth movement, as of the hands.
waveEnglishnounA sudden, but temporary, uptick in something.figuratively
waveEnglishnounOne of the successive swarms of enemies sent to attack the player in certain games.video-gamesbroadly
waveEnglishnounA group activity in a crowd imitating a wave going through water, where people in successive parts of the crowd stand and stretch upward, then sit.
waveEnglishverbTo generate a wave.
waveEnglishverbObsolete spelling of waivealt-of obsolete
way to goEnglishintjAn expression of congratulations, encouragement, or approval.
way to goEnglishnounA route, course of action; a preferred decision or choice.
wañuQuechuanoundeath, afterlife
wañuQuechuanounnew moon
weakieEnglishnounA weakfish.US colloquial
weakieEnglishnounA weak, unreliable or mediocre person or thing; a weakling.Australia slang
weakieEnglishnounAn unskilled player.board-games card-games chess games pokerespecially rare
weycatunMapudungunverbTo combat, to fight against.Raguileo-Alphabet
weycatunMapudungunverbTo wage war.Raguileo-Alphabet
weycatunMapudungunverbfirst-person singular realis form of weycatunRaguileo-Alphabet first-person form-of realis singular
wiernanOld Englishverbto refuse, denyWest-Saxon
wiernanOld Englishverbto reject, declineWest-Saxon
wiernanOld Englishverbto withholdWest-Saxon
wiernanOld Englishverbto forbid, preventWest-Saxon
wisoOld High Germannounleader
wisoOld High Germannounindicator
wisoOld High Germannounwise man
wisoOld High Germannounqueen bee
wsjrEgyptiannamethe god Osiris
wsjrEgyptiannameconventionally appended before the name of the deceased: Osirian form of a dead person, deceased person as Osiris (see usage notes)in funerary literature
wymawiaćPolishverbto pronounce, to articulate, to sayimperfective transitive
wymawiaćPolishverbto terminate, to cancel (e.g. a contract)imperfective transitive
wymawiaćPolishverbto reproachimperfective transitive
wymawiaćPolishverbto excuse oneself from somethingimperfective literary reflexive with się
wymawiaćPolishverbto defend oneself, to justify oneselfMiddle Polish imperfective reflexive with się
wyrhtaOld Englishnounworkermasculine
wyrhtaOld Englishnounmakermasculine
wyrhtaOld Englishnoundoermasculine
wysokośćOld Polishnounheight (distance from the base of something to the top of said thing)feminine
wysokośćOld Polishnountall wavefeminine
wysokośćOld Polishnounarrogancefeminine
wysokośćOld Polishnounwealth (large accumulation of property)feminine figuratively
wysokośćOld PolishnounMistranslation of Latin altitūdō (“depth”).feminine
wysokośćOld Polishnounhill (small raising of land)feminine
wysokośćOld Polishnounmountain fortress (hold in a mountain)feminine
wysokośćOld Polishnounpeak, top, vertexfeminine
wysokośćOld Polishnounheight (place located high above the earth; especially as a place considered to be the seat of God; heaven; skies)feminine
wysokośćOld Polishnounmagnificence, perfection, dignityfeminine
wysokośćOld Polishnounauthority, powerfeminine
wysokośćOld PolishnounThe meaning of this term is uncertain.feminine
wächK'iche'nouncondition
wächK'iche'nounappearance
wächK'iche'nounface
wächK'iche'nouncountenance
wächK'iche'nouneye
xemvnMapudungunverbTo grow.Raguileo-Alphabet
xemvnMapudungunverbfirst-person singular realis form of xemvnRaguileo-Alphabet first-person form-of realis singular
young TurkEnglishnounFrom the late-19th to the early-20th century, a member of a movement that campaigned for reform of the Ottoman Empire.historical
young TurkEnglishnounA young person who agitates for political or other reform; a young person with a rebellious disposition.broadly idiomatic
zabugaritiSerbo-Croatianverbto begin to sing sadlyintransitive
zabugaritiSerbo-Croatianverbto begin to lament, moan, complainintransitive
zerklüftenGermanverbto fracture or fissure, to scoregeography geology natural-sciencesweak
zerklüftenGermanverbto make rough or ruggedfiguratively weak
zichCimbrianpronThird-person reflexive pronoun: herself, himself, itself, themselves
zichCimbrianpronaccusative of ze: themSette-Comuni accusative form-of
zichCimbrianpronaccusative of bar: usSette-Comuni accusative form-of
zikarumAkkadianadjmale, virilemasculine virile
zikarumAkkadiannounman, malemasculine
zikarumAkkadiannounrammasculine
zikarumAkkadiannouna specific quality of stones and plants used as drugs; a cloud formation.masculine
zoomPortuguesenounzoom (augmentation of an image)masculine
zoomPortuguesenounzoom lens (lens whose focal length can be rapidly changed)arts hobbies lifestyle photographymasculine
zwaLingalaverbto obtain, to take
zwaLingalaverbto receive
zwaLingalaverbto pass a test
zwaLingalaverbto succeed, to win
zwartyPolishverbpassive adjectival participle of zewrzećadjectival form-of participle passive
zwartyPolishadjclose
zwartyPolishadjdense, compact
zwartyPolishadjcompactmathematics sciences topologynot-comparable
ásperoSpanishadjrough, scratchy, coarse (not smooth; uneven)
ásperoSpanishadjharsh, rugged (e.g., climate, terrain)
ásperoSpanishadjraspy, gruff, gravelly (voice)
ásperoSpanishadjharsh, abrasive, sharp (tone)
ôkresMasuriannounperiod (a length of time)inanimate masculine
ôkresMasuriannounarea (confined region)inanimate masculine
řádCzechnounorder (opposite to chaos)inanimate masculine
řádCzechnounorderbiology natural-sciences taxonomyinanimate masculine
řádCzechnounorder (religious group)inanimate masculine
šbnEgyptianverbto mix together (+ ḥnꜥ: with)transitive
šbnEgyptianverbto be(come) mixed (+ ḥr or m: with)intransitive
ʻĪkāliaHawaiiannameItaly (a country in Southern Europe)
ʻĪkāliaHawaiiannamean Italian
ʻĪkāliaHawaiianverbItalianstative
ΛάκωνAncient Greeknouna Laconian, inhabitant of Lacedaemon, a Lacedaemonianproper-noun
ΛάκωνAncient Greeknounof or relating to Laconians
ΛάκωνAncient Greeknouna throw of a dice
ακοινοποίητοςGreekadjundisclosed, kept secret (especially official and state documents)
ακοινοποίητοςGreekadjundisclosedlaw
αναγνωστικόGreeknounprimer, reader (elementary reading book)
αναγνωστικόGreeknounschool book
γεράκιGreeknounbird of prey, hawk, falcon, buzzardbiology natural-sciences ornithology
γεράκιGreeknounbelligerent personfiguratively
εκγύμνασηGreeknounexercise (physical activity)uncountable
εκγύμνασηGreeknountraining (for athletes, animals)uncountable
μακαρόνιGreeknounA piece of tubular pasta (macaroni)
μακαρόνιGreeknounA piece of spaghetti
μολύνωAncient Greekverbto stain, sully, defile
μολύνωAncient Greekverbto pollute
μολύνωAncient Greekverbto stain, dye
μολύνωAncient Greekverbto become vile, disgrace oneselfin passive
νεύωAncient Greekverbto nod, beckon, as a sign
νεύωAncient Greekverbto nod or bow in token of assent
νεύωAncient Greekverbto grant, promise, assure
νεύωAncient Greekverbto nod, bend forwardof warriors
νεύωAncient Greekverbto incline, slope, tend
νεύωAncient Greekverbto decline, fall away, diminishfiguratively
παιδείαGreeknouneducation (the teaching and training of the child, compare with εκπαίδευση)uncountable
παιδείαGreeknounlearning, cultureuncountable
πηλίκοςAncient Greekadjhow greatinterrogative
πηλίκοςAncient Greekadjof what magnitudeinterrogative
πηλίκοςAncient Greekadjof what ageinterrogative
ρουφάωGreekverbto swallow, gulp, slurp, drain
ρουφάωGreekverbto sip
ρουφάωGreekverbto suck, breathe in
ρουφάωGreekverbto soak up, absorb (of knowledge, learning)
ρουφάωGreekverbto blow, to suck offlifestyle sex sexualityvulgar
συρμόςGreeknountrain (engine and carriages as a whole)rail-transport railways transport
συρμόςGreeknounmild epidemic
συρμόςGreeknounfashion
τέκμαρAncient Greeknoungoal, endindeclinable
τέκμαρAncient Greeknountoken, pledgeindeclinable
τυραννάωGreekverbto torment
τυραννάωGreekverbto tyrannise (UK), tyrannize (US)
υφίσταμαιGreekverbto suffer, undergo
υφίσταμαιGreekverbto exist
χριστόςAncient Greekadjto be rubbed on, used as ointment or salve
χριστόςAncient Greekadjdescribing someone who was ceremonially anointedbiblical lifestyle religionin the Septuagint
χριστόςAncient Greeknounanointed one, translation of Hebrew משיח (mashiach, “messiah”)biblical lifestyle religion
όνειροGreeknoundream (imaginary events seen while sleeping)
όνειροGreeknoundream (aspiration)
БагдадRussiannameBaghdad (the capital city of Iraq)
БагдадRussiannameBaghdad (a governorate of Iraq).
ДисномияBulgariannameDysnomia, moon of Erisastronomy natural-sciences
ДисномияBulgariannameDysnomiahuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
ДәулетKazakhnameA town in the Almaty Region, Kazakhstan
ДәулетKazakhnameA town in the Atyrau Region, Kazakhstan
ДәулетKazakhnameA town in the Mangystau Region, Kazakhstan
ДәулетKazakhnamea male given name from Persian, Omar
ФукуокаRussiannameFukuoka (a prefecture of Japan)indeclinable
ФукуокаRussiannameFukuoka (a city in Fukuoka Prefecture)indeclinable
вдвоєUkrainianadvtwice, doublyno-comparative
вдвоєUkrainianadvin two, in halfno-comparative
виводитиUkrainianverbto lead out, to bring out (to cause or help to leave a place or state)transitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto remove, to take out, to withdrawtransitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto lead, to lead out (to tend or reach in a certain direction, or to a certain place)broadly transitive without direct object
виводитиUkrainianverbto deduce, to draw, to infer (:conclusion)transitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto derive (:formula, origin, theorem, etc.)transitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto breed (:offspring, animals, plants)transitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto build out (:structural elements)transitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto eliminate, to remove (to get rid of by destroying)transitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto draw/trace out carefully (:letters, lines, patterns, etc.)transitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto sing at lengthtransitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto output, to print (to display the results of a program operation)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto ride out (:horse for a specific purpose)transitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto ride out (:horse for a specific purpose)transitive
виводитиUkrainianverbto lead around, to lead all over (:somebody for a long time or to different places)perfective transitive
вмешиватьсяRussianverbto interfere, to intervene
вмешиватьсяRussianverbto meddle
возникатьRussianverbto arise, to appear, to emerge, to originate, to spring up
возникатьRussianverbto object, to protestslang
вылечитьсяRussianverbto be cured, to get wellgenitive intransitive
вылечитьсяRussianverbto get rid ofcolloquial figuratively genitive
вылечитьсяRussianverbpassive of вы́лечить (výlečitʹ)form-of genitive passive
гинжMongoliannounchainhidden-n
гинжMongoliannounfettershidden-n
гинжMongoliannouncaterpillar trackhidden-n
губаRussiannounlipanatomy medicine sciences
губаRussiannountip of certain instruments (e.g. forceps)plural
губаRussiannounpolyporebiology botany natural-sciencescolloquial
губаRussiannounspongebiology natural-sciences zoologyobsolete
губаRussiannounbay or inlet of a sea or lake (usually at the mouth of a large river)geography natural-sciencesEastern Northern Russia
губаRussiannounstockade (prison)government military politics warslang uncountable
губаRussiannoundetention in a stockade (as a punishment)government military politics warslang uncountable
губаRussiannountype of judicial district in Russia in the 16th and 17th centurieshistorical
дворSerbo-Croatiannouncastle
дворSerbo-Croatiannounpalace
дворSerbo-Croatiannouncourtyard, court
доконатиUkrainianverbto torture, to tormenttransitive
доконатиUkrainianverbto kill, to finish off, to destroydated transitive
доконатиUkrainianverbto drive up the wall, to piss offexcessive transitive
доконатиUkrainianverbto complete, to do, to manage (to)dated rare transitive
домашарMacedoniannounhomebody
домашарMacedoniannounhostdialectal
едэӏунAdygheverbto listen totransitive
едэӏунAdygheverbto listen and obey totransitive
заезжийRussianadjvisiting
заезжийRussianadjtouring
заезжийRussiannounvisitor, person passing through
зачитыватьсяRussianverbto get carried away reading, to read too longcolloquial
зачитыватьсяRussianverbpassive of зачи́тывать (začítyvatʹ)form-of passive
зачитыватьсяRussianverbto be accepted (e.g. for a debt), to be credited (towards), to count (towards)
зачитыватьсяRussianverbpassive of зачи́тывать (začítyvatʹ)form-of passive
изгорјетиSerbo-Croatianverbto burn downintransitive
изгорјетиSerbo-Croatianverbto get sunburnedintransitive
инейRussiannounhoarfrost, frost, rime
инейRussiannounwhite hairfiguratively
колокольчикRussiannounbell, handbell
колокольчикRussiannounbluebell, bellflower, campanula
колокольчикRussiannounglockenspielin-plural
крошкаRussiannouncrumb, bit (small piece of biscuit, cookie, cake, etc.)
крошкаRussiannounDiminutive of кро́ха (króxa): baby, little onediminutive form-of
набрасыватьRussianverbto sketch, to draw an outline (of)
набрасыватьRussianverbto sketch, to outline, to draft
набрасыватьRussianverbto jot down
набрасыватьRussianverbto throw (on, over), to slip on, to slip over
недостатокRussiannounlack, deficiency, deficit, shortage
недостатокRussiannoundefect, drawback, flaw
няемаMokshanounsight (the ability to see)
няемаMokshanounmeeting, rendezvous (an instance of seeing someone in person)
няемаMokshanoundisplay, spectacle, sight (something that is being seen)
обезьянникRussiannounmonkey-house
обезьянникRussiannounjail in a Russian police station for pre-charge detentionslang
олигофренияBulgariannounoligophreniamedicine pathology sciences
олигофренияBulgariannounretardation, idiocy, stupidity; the state of being of a stupid personderogatory
остатокRussiannounremainder, rest, residue, remnant
остатокRussiannounresiduum
отчитыватьсяRussianverbto report, to give a report
отчитыватьсяRussianverbto give an account
парныйRussianadjpair, twinrelational
парныйRussianadjconjugatebiology botany natural-sciences
парныйRussianadjpair-horseart arts
парныйRussianadjscullhobbies lifestyle rowing sportsrelational
перенестиUkrainianverbto carry, to carry across, to transporttransitive
перенестиUkrainianverbto transfer, to move, to shifttransitive
перенестиUkrainianverbto postpone, to put offtransitive
перенестиUkrainianverbto bear, to endure, to tolerate, to undergotransitive
перенестиUkrainianverbto carry over (:a word to the next line)transitive
перепаиватьRussianverbto solder again, to resolder
перепаиватьRussianverbto solder everything or many thingscolloquial
перепаиватьRussianverbto drink (something) excessively, causing harm
перепаиватьRussianverbto consistently drink all or most of (something)
перепаиватьRussianverbto outdrink (all or many people), to drink (all or many people) under the tablecolloquial
представитиUkrainianverbto introduce, to present (cause (someone) to be acquainted; bring into the presence of others)transitive
представитиUkrainianverbto represent (be a representative of)transitive
представитиUkrainianverbto present, to represent, to depict (render a representation of)transitive
представитиUkrainianverbto recommend, to put forward (:somebody for an official award)transitive
прийнятиUkrainianverbto accept (a gift, an excuse, etc.)
прийнятиUkrainianverbto admit, to take on (take into service)
прийнятиUkrainianverbto receive, to entertain, (guests)
прийнятиUkrainianverbto adopt (a resolution)
прийнятиUkrainianverbto take (food, medicine, a bath, a decision, advice, etc.)
пристрастьUkrainiannounpassion (great, strong, powerful emotion)
пристрастьUkrainiannounardour, fervour (UK), ardor, fervor (US)
пуштатиSerbo-Croatianverbto let, let go, releasetransitive
пуштатиSerbo-Croatianverbto allow, permittransitive
пуштатиSerbo-Croatianverbto leaktransitive
разжечьRussianverbto light, to kindle
разжечьRussianverbto inflame, to stir up
разжечьRussianverbto rousecolloquial
распоређиватиSerbo-Croatianverbto arrange, disposetransitive
распоређиватиSerbo-Croatianverbto assign, allottransitive
распоређиватиSerbo-Croatianverbto distributetransitive
родительRussiannounparent
родительRussiannounfather
семилеткаRussiannounseven-year period
семилеткаRussiannounseven-year plan
семилеткаRussiannounseven-year school, grade school (ages 7–13)
семилеткаRussiannounseven-year-old child, child of seven
состоятьсяRussianverbto take place, to come about
состоятьсяRussianverbto establish oneself
состоятьсяRussianverbpassive of состоя́ть (sostojátʹ)form-of passive
таитьRussianverbto hide, to conceal; to harbour (a feeling)
таитьRussianverbto hold back; to keep secret
телоRussiannounbody (physical structure of a human or animal)
телоRussiannounbodynatural-sciences physical-sciences physics
шёлкRussiannounsilk (fiber and fabric)
шёлкRussiannounclothes made of silkbroadly
шёлкRussiannounsomething soft and pleasant for touching
эллипсRussiannounellipse (curve)geometry mathematics sciences
эллипсRussiannounellipsehuman-sciences linguistics sciences
юженBulgarianadjsouthern, south, southerly
юженBulgarianadjsouthward, southwards, southwardly
індивідуальністьUkrainiannounindividuality (characteristics that contribute to the differentiation or distinction of someone or something from a group of otherwise comparable identity)inanimate uncountable
індивідуальністьUkrainiannounindividuality, personality (person)countable personal
ապիկArmeniannouncupping glass
ապիկArmeniannounvarnish
երկաթOld Armeniannouniron
երկաթOld Armeniannouniron tool, iron weapon, sword, razor, nail
երկաթOld Armeniannounfetters, irons, chains, gyvesin-plural
զերծանիմOld Armenianverbto take something off somebody/oneself (of clothes, adornments, skin, etc.)transitive
զերծանիմOld Armenianverbto escape; to avoid; to get rid ofintransitive
հագչելArmenianverbto fit closely and wellof clothes rare
հագչելArmenianverbArchaic form of հագենալ (hagenal).alt-of archaic
հոգիArmeniannounsoul
հոգիArmeniannounghost
հոգիArmeniannounperson (in counting people)
հունավորArmenianadjfordable
հունավորArmenianadjlimited, having a limit
հուռթիArmenianadjwatered, irrigated
հուռթիArmenianadjfecund, fertile, fruitful, productive
մոտավորArmenianadjproximate, nearby, close byrare
մոտավորArmenianadjfamiliar, familial, close (of relationships)
մոտավորArmenianadjclose, near, soon (of time)
մոտավորArmenianadjapproximate
մոտավորArmeniannounproximity, vicinity, nearnessrare
վայրենիOld Armenianadjwild
վայրենիOld Armenianadjrustic, unmannerly, clownish, boorish, ill-bred, uncivil, savage, ferocious, fierce
տոլիMiddle Armeniannounvine
տոլիMiddle Armeniannounvarix; varicosismedicine sciences
חיHebrewadjalive; hence raw (flesh); fresh (plant, water, year), strong; also (as noun, especially in the feminine singular and masculine plural) life (or living thing), whether literally or figuratively: - + age, alive, appetite, (wild) beast, company, congregation, life, lifetime, maintenance, + merry, multitude, + (be) old, quick, raw, running, springing, troop.
חיHebrewadjliving, live
חיHebrewadjlively
חיHebrewverbto liveconstruction-pa'al
טראָװאָגעYiddishnoundisquiet, alarm, commotion, hubbubdialectal
טראָװאָגעYiddishnounanxiety, anger, angstdialectal
ערבהHebrewnounsteppe, prairie, savannah
ערבהHebrewnoundesertBiblical-Hebrew
ערבהHebrewnamethe Arabah desert
ערבהHebrewnounwillow (tree)
קשהHebrewadjhard (resistant to pressure)
קשהHebrewadjhard (difficult)
קשהHebrewadjhard (demanding a lot of effort to endure)
קשהHebrewadjhard-boiled (of eggs)
קשהHebrewadjserious, heavy: major, non-trivialof an injury or accident
קשהHebrewadjFeminine singular indefinite form of קָשֶׁה.feminine form-of indefinite singular
קשהHebrewadjMasculine singular construct state form of קָשֶׁה.construct form-of masculine singular
بهارOttoman Turkishnounblossom
بهارOttoman Turkishnounverdure
بهارOttoman Turkishnounfoliage
بهارOttoman Turkishnounspring, the season
بهارOttoman Turkishnounspice
تاکPersiannoungrapevine, vine
تاکPersiannounbranch, twigarchaic
تحتHijazi Arabicadvdown
تحتHijazi Arabicadvunder
تحتHijazi Arabicadvbelow
تحتHijazi Arabicadvdownstairs
تونسArabicnameTunisia (a country in North Africa)
تونسArabicnameTunis (The capital city, since 1159, and largest city of Tunisia)
توڠݢيڠMalaynounday after day after day after tomorrow (fourth day after tomorrow)
توڠݢيڠMalayadvday after day after day after tomorrow (on the fourth day after tomorrow)
تىلUyghurnountongueanatomy medicine sciences
تىلUyghurnounlanguage
جنگPersiannounwar
جنگPersiannounfight
جنگPersiannoundispute, argumentinformal usually
جنگPersiannounjunk (type of ship)
جنگPersiannounanthologyfiguratively
شابSouth Levantine Arabicnounboy, youth, young man
شابSouth Levantine Arabicadjyoung
شتابیدنPersianverbto hasten
شتابیدنPersianverbto run
طولPersiannounlength (of space)
طولPersiannounduration, length (of time)
قزازSouth Levantine Arabicnounglass (material)
قزازSouth Levantine Arabicnounpane of glass
مجبورUrduadjhelpless
مجبورUrduadjforced
مجبورUrduadjcompelled
نوشUrdunounnectar, ambrosia, water of life
نوشUrdunounelixir, antidote, heal-all
نوشUrdunoundrink, beverage
نوشUrdunounhoney
نوشUrdunounlife
نوشUrdunoungift, reward
وحيدArabicadjalone
وحيدArabicadjsingle
وحيدArabicadjonly, sole
وحيدArabicadjisolated, solitary
وحيدArabicadjlonely
وحيدArabicadjunique
وحيدArabicadjincomparable
پادشاهPersiannounking, Padishah
پادشاهPersiannounmonarch
پادشاهPersiannounsovereign
پای‌بستPersianadjSynonym of پایبندrare
پای‌بستPersiannounfoundation
ܐܘܣܬܢܐClassical Syriacnouncourt, crown estate (said of the Persian royalty)
ܐܘܣܬܢܐClassical Syriacnoun* province, crownland / province, crownland
ܟܪܛܝܣܐClassical Syriacnounrecord, document, deed, bill
ܟܪܛܝܣܐClassical Syriacnounsheet, paper, papyrus
ܟܪܛܝܣܐClassical Syriacnounpapyrus plantbiology botany natural-sciences
ܡܫܚܛܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounmigrant, immigrant
ܡܫܚܛܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounsettler, sojournerobsolete
ܡܬܡܛܝܢܘܬܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnouncommunication
ܡܬܡܛܝܢܘܬܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounconnection
ܡܬܡܛܝܢܘܬܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounconjunction
ܫܪܫܝܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicadjrooted
ܫܪܫܝܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicadjdeep-seated, entrenched
ܫܪܫܝܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicadjindigenous, native
ܫܪܫܝܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounautochthon, native, indigenous person
ܫܪܫܝܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounan indigenous animal or plant
ܫܪܫܝܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnouna person born and living in the place of his ancestors
जगत्Hindinounworld, universe, existence
जगत्Hindinounkingdombiology natural-sciences taxonomy
ज्ञानSanskritnounknowing, becoming acquainted with, knowledge, (esp.) the higher knowledge (in Buddhism, pure awareness free from conceptual constructs; in Hinduism, true knowledge of the Self's identity with the Ultimate Reality)
ज्ञानSanskritnoun"knowledge about anything cognizance" (compare ज्ञानतस् (jñānatas) and अज्ञान (ajñāna))
ज्ञानSanskritnounconscience
ज्ञानSanskritnoun= ज्ञानेन्द्रिय (jñānendriya)
ज्ञानSanskritnounengaging in (+ genitive, e.g. सर्पिषस् (sarpiṣas, “in sacrifice with clarified butter”))
ज्ञानSanskritnounname of a shakti
द्राघ्मन्Sanskritnounlength
द्राघ्मन्Sanskritnoundegree of longitude
धातुPalinounDevanagari script form of dhātu (“element”)Devanagari alt-of feminine
धातुPalinounDevanagari script form of dhātu (“root of a word”)Devanagari alt-of masculine
नापनाHindiverbto measure, survey, gauge
नापनाHindiverbto discern
बुक्क्Sanskritrootto barkmorpheme
बुक्क्Sanskritrootto give painmorpheme
बुक्क्Sanskritrootto talkmorpheme
बुक्क्Sanskritrootto sound (in general)morpheme
भाँतिHindinountype, kind
भाँतिHindinounway, mode, manner
लड़नाHindiverbto fightambitransitive
लड़नाHindiverbto argueambitransitive
शतरंजHindinounchess
शतरंजHindinounshatranj
श्वित्रSanskritnounleprosy
श्वित्रSanskritnounwhite leprosy
श्वित्रSanskritnounvitiligo
श्वित्रSanskritadjwhite
श्वित्रSanskritadjwhitish
श्वित्रSanskritadjhaving white leprosy
संगमSanskritnouna coming together, meeting, union
संगमSanskritnounintercourse or association with
संगमSanskritnounconnection, contact
संगमSanskritnounsexual union
संगमSanskritnounconfluence (of rivers)
संगमSanskritnounconjunction (of planets)
संगमSanskritnounharmony, adaptation
संगमSanskritnoungathering
सूर्य-मंडलHindinounsolar disk
सूर्य-मंडलHindinounsolar system
सूर्य-मंडलHindinounhalo
AssamesecharacterThe third character in the Assamese alphabet. It's called "Hrosso i" or "Hoso i".letter
Assamesepronit
Assamesepronheproximal
পাতিPalinounAlternative form of পাতী (pātī, “bowl”), which see for further details.alt-of alternative feminine
পাতিPaliverbBengali script form of pāti (“to keep watch”)Bengali conjugation-1 form-of
মখলুকBengalinouncreature
মখলুকBengalinouncreation
ਪਹਾੜੀPunjabiadjhilly, mountainous
ਪਹਾੜੀPunjabiadjhill, mountainrelational
ਪਹਾੜੀPunjabinounDiminutive of ਪਹਾੜ (pahāṛ, “mountain”)diminutive form-of
ਪਹਾੜੀPunjabinounhill
ਪਹਾੜੀPunjabinounPahari (language)
ਪਹਾੜੀPunjabinounAlternative form of ਪਹਾੜੀਆ (pahāṛīā, “highlander”)alt-of alternative
ਪਹਾੜੀPunjabinounPahari
ସଂସ୍କୃତSanskritadjOdia script form of संस्कृतOdia character form-of
ସଂସ୍କୃତSanskritnounOdia script form of संस्कृतOdia character form-of
ସଂସ୍କୃତSanskritprefixOdia script form of संस्कृतOdia character form-of morpheme
ஸஂஸ்க்ரிதSanskritadjTamil script form of संस्कृतTamil character form-of
ஸஂஸ்க்ரிதSanskritnounTamil script form of संस्कृतTamil character form-of
ஸஂஸ்க்ரிதSanskritprefixTamil script form of संस्कृतTamil character form-of morpheme
కడుపుTelugunounabdomenanatomy medicine sciences
కడుపుTelugunounpregnancy
ดีThainoungallbladder; bile.
ดีThaiadjgood: / nice; fine; excellent; satisfactory; agreeable; pleasant; favourable.
ดีThaiadjgood: / beautiful; adorable; lovely; attractive; handsome.
ดีThaiadjgood: / moral, virtuous, righteous; kind, benevolent; friendly.
ดีThaiadjgood: / proper; right; appropriate.
ดีThaiadjgood: / well-behaved, well-mannered; educated, refined.
ดีThaiadjgood: / noble; exalted; wellborn.
ดีThaiadjgood: / smart; intelligent; clever; adept.
ดีThaiadjgood: / sound, valid; honorable, worthy, in good standing
ดีThaiadjgood: / healthful; useful; beneficial.
ดีThaiadjgood: / warm; close; intimate.
ดีThaiadjgood: / sufficient; ample; enough.
ดีThaiadjon good terms; on a friendly footing; having good relations.
ดีThaiadjin a normal, good, or proper condition; in a healthy condition; working, functioning, operative; usable, consumable.
ดีThaiadvwell: nicely, finely, excellently, satisfactorily, agreeably, pleasantly, etc.
ดีThaiadvquite; so.
ดีThaiintjClipping of สวัสดี (sà-wàt-dii).abbreviation alt-of clipping slang
ดีThainounthe letter D/d.
บัวThainounany of various aquatic plants of the following genera and families: / the genus Nelumbo, the family Nelumbonaceae;biology botany natural-sciences
บัวThainounany of various aquatic plants of the following genera and families: / the genus Nymphaea, the family Nymphaeaceae;biology botany natural-sciences
บัวThainounany of various aquatic plants of the following genera and families: / the genus Victoria, the family Nymphaeaceae.biology botany natural-sciences
บัวThainouna lotus-petal shape used to decorate a floor, pillar, or wall.architectureThai
บัวThainouna type of plane (woodworking instrument).business carpentry construction manufacturing
บัวThainouna reliquary built in the shape of a lotus.
บัวThainounanything having lotus-like appearance, as โคมบัว (“lotus lamp”), etc.
บัวThainouna male, especially a young one.archaic
เอี๊ยมThainoundudou.
เอี๊ยมThainounbrace: adjustable strap.
แปลงThainounopen area.
แปลงThainounplot of land; bed; garden.
แปลงThainounpuddle or mudhole made for/by some domestic animals.dated
แปลงThaiclassifierUsed with such areas
แปลงThaiverbto transform; to change; to convert (partially or wholly).
แปลงThaiverbto derive (a word).
ສິໂຕPaliadjLao script (with implicit vowels) form of sito, nominative singular masculine of ສິຕ (sita, “white”)
ສິໂຕPaliadjLao script (without implicit vowels) form of sito, nominative singular masculine of ສິຕະ (sita, “white”)
ສິໂຕPaliadjLao script (with implicit vowels) form of sito, nominative singular masculine of ສິຕ (sita, “bound”), which is past participle of ສິໂນຕິ (sinoti, “to bind”)
ສິໂຕPaliadjLao script (without implicit vowels) form of sito, nominative singular masculine of ສິຕະ (sita, “bound”), which is past participle of ສິໂນຕິ (sinoti, “to bind”)
ສິໂຕPaliadjLao script (with implicit vowels) form of sito, nominative singular masculine of ສິຕ (sita, “clinging to”)
ສິໂຕPaliadjLao script (without implicit vowels) form of sito, nominative singular masculine of ສິຕະ (sita, “clinging to”)
ສິໂຕPaliadjLao script (with implicit vowels) form of sito, nominative singular masculine of ສິຕ (sita, “sharp”)
ສິໂຕPaliadjLao script (without implicit vowels) form of sito, nominative singular masculine of ສິຕະ (sita, “sharp”)
བསྟནTibetanverbpast of སྟོན (ston)form-of past
བསྟནTibetanverbfuture of སྟོན (ston)form-of future
မှာBurmeseverbto order (request some product or service)
မှာBurmeseverbto send word
မှာBurmesepostpin, on, at
PaliparticleBurmese script form of va (“like, as if”)Burmese character form-of
PaliparticleBurmese script form of va, sandhi form of ဧဝ/ဨဝ/ဢေဝ (eva, “even”)Burmese character form-of
ဝမ်းBurmesenounstomach, belly
ဝမ်းBurmesenounwomb
ნათლისღებაGeorgiannounbaptismChristianityuncountable
ნათლისღებაGeorgiannounOne of the Christian Holiday.Christianityuncountable
საქმეGeorgiannounaffair
საქმეGeorgiannounbusiness
საქმეGeorgiannounmatter, case
ជម្រាបKhmerverbto tell, to inform, to say
ជម្រាបKhmernounwet area; place where water seeps through
ប៉ោងKhmerverbto swell (up)
ប៉ោងKhmeradjto be inflated, swollen, puffed up with air
ប៉ោងKhmernounballoon (especially a toy balloon that children play with)
ប៉ោងKhmernounfishing float, bobber
របស់Khmernounthing, goods, property
របស់Khmernountool
របស់Khmerprepof, belonging to
វិញKhmeradvagain, back
វិញKhmeradvinstead, conversely
វិញKhmeradvbackwards
ḥrj jbEgyptianadjbeing in the midst (of)
ḥrj jbEgyptianadjindicates that a deity is worshipped in a particular temple, but that their main temple or shrine is elsewhere.followed by the name of a temple of a deity
ḥrj jbEgyptiannounmidst
ảoVietnameseadjimaginarymathematics sciences
ảoVietnameseadjvirtualnatural-sciences physical-sciences physics
ảoVietnameseadjvirtualcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
ảoVietnameseadjvisually coolslang
ảoVietnameseadjsurprisingslang
ẹjaYorubanounfish
ẹjaYorubanounmarijuanaeuphemistic slang
ẹjaYorubanounMallotus oppositifolius
ἀμόργηAncient Greeknounwatery part which runs out when olives are pressed, amurca
ἀμόργηAncient Greeknounkind of dye
ἀνίημιAncient Greekverbto let go, loosen
ἀνίημιAncient Greekverbto release
ἀνίημιAncient Greekverbto incite, impel, prompt
ἀνίημιAncient Greekverbto expose, lay bare
ἱεροφάντηςAncient Greeknounhierophant, one who teaches rites of sacrifice and worship
ἱεροφάντηςAncient Greeknounpontifex, high priest
ἱεροφάντηςAncient Greeknounhierophant, a mystical expounder
ὠλένηAncient Greeknounelbow, lower armanatomy medicine sciences
ὠλένηAncient Greeknounmat, mattress (=Latin torus)
うろつくJapaneseverbto loiter; to putter; to prowl; to wander aimlessly; to knock around; to hang around
うろつくJapaneseverbto be at a loss, to be confused from not knowing what to do
ドックJapanesenoundock (structure)
ドックJapanesenounShort for 人間ドック (ningen dokku).abbreviation alt-of
プシケJapanesenounalternative spelling of プシュケー: the psyche (the mind)alt-of alternative
プシケJapanesename16 Psyche, the asteroid
プシケJapanesenamealternative spelling of プシューケー: the goddess Psychealt-of alternative
Chinesecharactertendons of the heelobsolete
Chinesecharacterrear part of a limb; elbow or heelCantonese Hakka
Chinesecharacterheel of a shoeCantonese Hakka
Chinesecharacterto be side by side; to be in a row
Chinesecharactersimultaneously; at the same time
ChinesecharacterUsed before a negative for emphasis; actually; in fact
Chinesecharacterand; moreover; furthermore
ChinesecharacterthanMin-Nan
Chinesecharacterto compete; to match one's strength withMin-Nan Zhangzhou
Chinesecharacterthe mostTaiwanese-Hokkien
Chinesecharacter(Chinese linguistics) the Middle Chinese initial of 並 (MC bengX)
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 傍 (“to be near; approaching”)alt-of alternative obsolete
伸すJapaneseverbto expand, develop
伸すJapaneseverbto iron out
伸すJapaneseverbto knock down
伸すJapaneseverbto go out
傑斐遜ChinesenameA transliteration of the English surname and male given name Jefferson.
傑斐遜ChinesenameA place in the United States.
利索Chineseadjagile; nimble; dexterouscolloquial
利索Chineseadjneat; orderlycolloquial
利索Chineseadjsettled; finishedcolloquial
利索Chineseadjunrestrictedcolloquial
前臺Chinesenounreception desk; front desk
前臺Chinesenounstagefiguratively
前臺Chinesenounforegroundcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
十戒Chinesenounthe Ten CommandmentsChristianityJudaism
十戒Chinesenounthe Ten Precepts of BuddhismBuddhism lifestyle religion
十戒Chinesenounthe Ten Precepts of Taoism
厄則克耳ChinesenameEzekiel (prophet)Catholicism Christianity
厄則克耳ChinesenameEzekiel (book of the Bible)Catholicism Christianity
大宗Chinesenounlineage of the main family; influential family of long standingliterary
大宗Chinesenounmain items; staple products or goods
大宗Chineseadjlarge; bulk; bulky; volumeattributive
對勁Chineseadjto one's liking; preferablecolloquial
對勁Chineseadjsuitable; normal; rightcolloquial
對勁Chineseadjon good terms; getting along wellcolloquial
局面Chinesenounaspect; phase; situation; scenario
局面Chinesenounscale; scope; extent
局面Chinesenounhonour; glory; reputation
心眼Chinesenounheart and eyeliterary
心眼Chinesenounmind; heartfiguratively
心眼Chinesenounintention; intentfiguratively
心眼Chinesenounintelligence; brains; wit; clevernessfiguratively
心眼Chinesenoununfounded doubts; unnecessary misgivingsfiguratively
心眼Chinesenountolerance; forbearance; open-mindednessfiguratively
憑條Chinesenounproof of transaction
憑條Chinesenounevidence; proofHokkien Xiamen
扶持Chineseverbto help (someone) by the arm; to hold by the arm
扶持Chineseverbto assist; to support (the development of)
抓藥Chineseverbto make up a prescription of traditional Chinese medicinemedicine sciencesChinese of the practitioner traditional verb-object
抓藥Chineseverbto have a traditional Chinese medicine prescription filledmedicine sciencesChinese of the patient traditional verb-object
担ぐJapaneseverbshoulder, carry on the shoulder
担ぐJapaneseverbdeceive
招風Chineseverbto attract wind; to invite the wind (of a place)literary
招風Chineseverbto attract too much attention and invite troublefiguratively
末路Chinesenounend of the roadliterary
末路Chinesenoundead end; impasse; endfiguratively
末路Chinesenounfinal period of a dynasty or a person's life; last daysliterary
末路Chinesenounlast (in sequence)literary
本質Chinesenouncharacter; nature; intrinsic quality; essence
本質Chinesenounone's inherent nature
Chinesecharacterkapok (tree, fiber)
Chinesecharactercotton (tree, fiber)
Chinesecharactercotton-like material
Chinesecharactera surname: Mian
気が違うJapaneseverbto go mad, to become insanerare
気が違うJapaneseverbto be extremely unusual, to be very strange or remarkablearchaic
決別Japanesenounbidding farewell; parting (usually with the implication that there is little likelihood of meeting again)
決別Japaneseverbto bid farewell; to part (usually with the implication that there is little likelihood of meeting again)
泥水Chinesenounmuddy water
泥水Chinesenounbricklayer; tiler; plastererdialectal literary
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
消滅Japanesenounlapse of a right
消滅Japanesenoundeath, extinction
消滅Japanesenounvanishing
消滅Japaneseverbto lapseof a right
消滅Japaneseverbdie, go extinct
消滅Japaneseverbvanish
漫遊Chineseverbto travel around; to roam
漫遊Chineseverbto roam (use a network from different locations)communications computing electrical-engineering engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences telecommunications
漫遊Chineseverbto fuguehuman-sciences medicine psychiatry psychology sciences
KoreancharacterHanja form of 현 (“appear”).Hanja alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 현 (“current; present; existing”).Hanja alt-of hanja
用ゆJapaneseverbto use, make use of, utilizearchaic obsolete
用ゆJapaneseverbto adoptarchaic obsolete
用ゆJapaneseverbto assign, appointarchaic obsolete
盲腸Chinesenouncaecumanatomy medicine sciences
盲腸Chinesenounappendixanatomy medicine sciencesproscribed
盲腸ChinesenounDeliberate misspelling of 盲點/盲点 (mángdiǎn). See 突破盲腸/突破盲肠.Internet alt-of deliberate misspelling neologism
眼線Chinesenouninformant; person that relays confidential information
眼線Chinesenouneyelinecosmetics lifestyle
TranslingualcharacterKangxi radical #113, ⽰.han
TranslingualcharacterShuowen Jiezi radical №3han
簡牘Japanesenoundocumenthistorical
簡牘Japanesenounletter; correspondencehistorical
聖約翰斯ChinesenameSt. John's (the capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada)
聖約翰斯ChinesenameSt. John's (the capital city of Antigua and Barbuda)Taiwan
胡亂Chineseadvat random; casually; carelessly
胡亂Chineseadvas one pleases; as one likes; whatever one wants
胡攪Chineseverbto pester; to be mischievous
胡攪Chineseverbto argue tediously and vexatiously; to wrangle
荒漠Chinesenoundesert (barren area)
荒漠Chinesenounwilderness
荒漠Chineseadjdesolate; barren
ChinesecharacterUsed in names of some plants.
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 蔽 (bì, “to hide; to conceal”)alt-of alternative obsolete
Chinesecharacterstraw raincoatobsolete
蝦子Chinesenounshrimp; prawn
蝦子Chinesenountea leafChangsha Xiang figuratively humorous
蝦子Chinesenouncoward; chicken; scaredy catSichuanese figuratively
蝦子Chinesenounshrimp roe (Classifier: 粒 c)
角子Chinesenounjiao (mao) coin (one tenth of a yuan) (Classifier: 隻/只 w)
角子ChinesenouncoinNorthern Wu
Chinesecharacterto allow; to permit
Chinesecharacterto promise
Chinesecharacterto betroth
Chinesecharacterto praise
Chinesecharactermaybe; perhaps
Chinesecharacterapproximatelyliterary
Chinesecharacterso; such
Chinesecharacterplaceliterary
Chinesecharactera surname
ChinesecharacterthatGan Min Wu
Chinesecharacterto pardon; to forgive
Chinesecharactera surname
Chinesecharacterspicy; hot; peppery; pungent; hot
Chinesecharacterto be spicy; to be hot; to burn
Chinesecharactercruel; vicious
Chinesecharactera surname: La
Chinesecharacterto be at; to be located atNorthern Wu
Chinesecharacterat; inNorthern Wu
Chinesecharacterbe ...-ing; in the middle of doing something (indicating an action in progress)Northern Wu
辨白Chineseverbto distinguish clearlyliterary
辨白ChineseverbAlternative form of 辯白/辩白 (biànbái, “to offer an explanation; to plead innocence; to try to defend oneself”)alt-of alternative
重地Chinesenounimportant place
重地Chinesenounvaluable land
鉄板Japanesenouniron plate; hotplate; sheet iron
鉄板Japanesenouna guaranteed thinginformal
面貌Chinesenounface; featuresliterally
面貌Chinesenounappearance; aspect; landscapefiguratively
面貌Chinesenounaffiliationgovernment politicsfiguratively
飄搖Chineseverbto sway in the wind; to shake; to totter; to float in the wind
飄搖Chineseverbto be unstable or turbulentfiguratively
ꪶꪣꪉTai Damnounhour
ꪶꪣꪉTai Damnounclock
Koreannounfire; flamealso figuratively
Koreannounfire (as a disaster)
Koreannounlight
Koreanprefixsevere; intensemorpheme
Koreannoungenitaliacolloquial
Koreannountesticlecolloquial
KoreannameShort for 불란서(佛蘭西) (Bullanseo, “France”).abbreviation alt-of
Koreancounterdollar (of various countries)
Koreanprefixnot; non-, un-, in-morpheme
Koreansyllableno-gloss
불끈Koreannounprotruding sharply, suddenlyideophone
불끈Koreannounwhile clenching one's fistideophone
불끈Koreannounangrilyfiguratively ideophone
일어서다KoreanverbTo stand up.
일어서다KoreanverbTo take place; to arise.
𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐌹𐌸𐌰𐌽Gothicverbto depart, withdraw
𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐌹𐌸𐌰𐌽Gothicverbto travel, take a journey
𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐌹𐌸𐌰𐌽Gothicverbto give place, make room
𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐌹𐌸𐌰𐌽Gothicverbused to translate Ancient Greek παρατηρέω (paratēréō, “watch”), but this may be a mistranslation of the Greek
𐎁UgariticcharacterA letter of the Ugaritic cuneiform script, that represents the consonant b.letter
𐎁Ugariticprepin, within
𐎁Ugariticprepthrough
𐎁Ugariticprepby the intermediary of
𐎁Ugariticprepby the price of
𐎁Ugariticprepfrom within
𦧲Chinesecharacterto spit something outCantonese
𦧲Chinesecharacterto rub repeatedly; to roll aroundCantonese
𦧲Chinesecharacterto pester; to bugCantonese
𦧲Chinesecharactermumbled; unclearCantonese of speech
(cooking) A type of dishmacédoineEnglishnounA type of dish containing a mixture of many types of fruits, or many types of vegetables.cooking food lifestyle
(cooking) A type of dishmacédoineEnglishnounA confused mixture; a medley.figuratively
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishverbTo close, to stop from being open.transitive
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishverbTo close, to stop being open.intransitive
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishverbTo close (a business) temporarily.Britain intransitive transitive
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishverbTo confine in an enclosed area.transitive
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishverbTo isolate, to close off from the world.transitive
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishverbTo catch or snag in the act of shutting something.transitive
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishverbTo preclude, exclude.transitive
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishadjClosed; not open.not-comparable
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishadjSynonym of closehuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesarchaic not-comparable
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishnounThe act or time of shutting; close.
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishnounA door or cover; a shutter.
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishnounThe line or place where two pieces of metal are welded together.
(intransitive) to close, to stop being openshutEnglishnounA narrow alley or passage acting as a short cut through the buildings between two streets.Britain Shropshire dialectal
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjOf an object, concept, relationship, etc., having existed for a relatively long period of time. / Of a living being, having lived for most of the expected years.
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjOf an object, concept, relationship, etc., having existed for a relatively long period of time. / Of a perishable item, having existed for most of, or more than, its shelf life.
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjOf an object, concept, relationship, etc., having existed for a relatively long period of time. / Of a species or language, belonging to a lineage that is distantly related others
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjOf an object, concept, relationship, etc., having existed for a relatively long period of time.
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjHaving been used and thus no longer new or unused.
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjHaving existed or lived for the specified time.
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjOf an earlier time. / Former, previous.heading
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjOf an earlier time. / That is no longer in existence.heading
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjOf an earlier time. / Obsolete; out-of-date.heading
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjOf an earlier time. / Familiar.heading
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjOf an earlier time. / Being a graduate or alumnus of a school, especially a public school.headingUK
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjTiresome after prolonged repetition.
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjSaid of subdued colors, particularly reds, pinks and oranges, as if they had faded over time.
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjA grammatical intensifier, often used in describing something positive, and combined with another adjective.
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjIndicating affection and familiarity.informal of a person
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishadjExcessive, abundant.obsolete
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishnounPeople who are old; old beings; the older generation, taken as a group.invariable plural plural-only with the
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishnounA person older than oneself, especially an adult in relation to a teenager.slang
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishnounOne's parents.slang
(of an item) used, not newoldEnglishnounA typically dark-coloured lager brewed by the traditional top-fermentation method.Australia uncountable
(philosophy)conventionalismEnglishnounAdherence to social conventions; conventional behavior.uncountable usually
(philosophy)conventionalismEnglishnounA conventional act or constraint.countable obsolete usually
(philosophy)conventionalismEnglishnounThe doctrine that logical or mathematical principles are simply the expression of conventions.human-sciences philosophy sciencesuncountable usually
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishnounplural of gutform-of plural
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishnounThe entrails or contents of the abdomen.plural plural-only
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishnounCourage; determination.broadly informal plural plural-only
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishnounContent, substance.informal plural plural-only
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishnounThe essential, core parts.informal plural plural-only
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishnounOne's innermost feelings.informal plural plural-only
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishnounThe ring in the gambling game two-up in which the spinner operates; the centre.Australia New-Zealand plural plural-only
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishnounThe center of the field.informal plural plural-only
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of gutform-of indicative present singular third-person
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishverbTo eat greedily.Australia informal
(slang) content; substancegutsEnglishverbTo show determination or courage (especially in the combination guts out).informal
*obutionuťaProto-Slavicnounfootwearfeminine reconstruction
*obutionuťaProto-Slavicnounfootwrapfeminine reconstruction
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishnounIn the United Kingdom and Ireland, a unit of currency worth ¹⁄₂₄₀ of a pound sterling or Irish pound before decimalisation, or a copper coin worth this amount. Abbreviation: d.historical
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishnounIn the United Kingdom, a unit of currency worth ¹⁄₁₀₀ of a pound sterling, or a copper coin worth this amount. Abbreviation: p.
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishnounIn Ireland, a coin worth ¹⁄₁₀₀ of an Irish pound before the introduction of the euro. Abbreviation: p.historical
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishnounIn the US and (formerly) Canada, a one-cent coin, worth ¹⁄₁₀₀ of a dollar. Abbreviation: ¢.
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishnounIn various countries, a small-denomination copper or brass coin.
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishnounA unit of nail size, said to be either the cost per 100 nails, or the number of nails per penny. Abbreviation: d.
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishnounMoney in general.
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishverbTo jam a door shut by inserting pennies between the doorframe and the door.slang
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishverbTo circumvent the tripping of an electrical circuit breaker by the dangerous practice of inserting a coin in place of a fuse in a fuse socket.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
1/100 of a pound sterling or British poundpennyEnglishverbDuring a meal or as part of a drinking game, to drop a penny in a person's drink with the expectation that they finish it (or some such variation thereof); commonly associated with crewdates at Oxford and swaps at Cambridge.
27th sura of the Qur'anAntEnglishnameA diminutive of the male given name Anthony, from Latin.
27th sura of the Qur'anAntEnglishnameA river in Norfolk, England, tributary to the Bure.
27th sura of the Qur'anAntEnglishnameThe 27th sura (chapter) of the Qur'an.
A fictional character from French comic booksAsterixEnglishnameA series of French comic books written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo about an Ancient Gaul named Asterix.
A fictional character from French comic booksAsterixEnglishnameThe fictional Ancient Gaulish man who is the protagonist and title character of the series.
A kind of dog used to hunt haresharrierEnglishnounOne who harries.
A kind of dog used to hunt haresharrierEnglishnounAny of several birds of prey in the genus Circus of the subfamily Circinae which fly low over meadows and marshes and hunt small mammals or birds.
A kind of dog used to hunt haresharrierEnglishnounA runner, specifically, a cross country runner.
A kind of dog used to hunt haresharrierEnglishnounA kind of dog used to hunt hares; a harehound.
A seafood or fish stewchowderEnglishnounA thick, creamy soup or stew.countable uncountable
A seafood or fish stewchowderEnglishnounA stew, particularly fish or seafood, not necessarily thickened.countable uncountable
A seafood or fish stewchowderEnglishnounAlternative spelling of jowteralt-of alternative countable uncountable
A seafood or fish stewchowderEnglishverbTo make (seafood, etc.) into chowder.transitive
A system in which the means are owned and controlled by people collectivelycollectivismEnglishnounAn economic system in which the means of production and distribution are owned and controlled by the people collectivelycountable uncountable
A system in which the means are owned and controlled by people collectivelycollectivismEnglishnounThe practice or principle of giving a group priority over each individual in it.countable uncountable
Based on the number ten (as ternary is based on number 3)denaryEnglishnounAn ancient coin, the denarius.
Based on the number ten (as ternary is based on number 3)denaryEnglishadjContaining ten parts.not-comparable
Based on the number ten (as ternary is based on number 3)denaryEnglishadjBased on the number ten (as ternary is based on number 3)not-comparable
Bhaiksuki scriptजिगातिSanskritverbto go, go towards, come, approach [+accusative or locative] / to go, go towards, come, approachclass-3 present type-p
Bhaiksuki scriptजिगातिSanskritverbto go after, pursueclass-3 present type-p
Bhaiksuki scriptजिगातिSanskritverbto fall to one's [+dative] share, be one's [+accusative] dueclass-3 present type-p
Bhaiksuki scriptजिगातिSanskritverbto come into any state or condition [+accusative], undergo, obtainclass-3 present type-p
Bhaiksuki scriptजिगातिSanskritverbto go away [+ablative = from] [+locative = to any place] / to go away [+ablative = from]class-3 present type-p
Bhaiksuki scriptजिगातिSanskritverbto come to an endclass-3 present type-p
Bhaiksuki scriptजिगातिSanskritverbto walk [+accusative or instrumental = on a path] / to walkclass-3 present type-p
Bhaiksuki scriptजिगातिSanskritverbto be bornclass-3 present type-p
Bhaiksuki scriptयजुस्Sanskritnounreligious reverence, veneration, worship, sacrifice
Bhaiksuki scriptयजुस्Sanskritnouna sacrificial prayer or formula (technical term for particular mantras muttered in a peculiar manner at a sacrifice; they were properly in prose and distinguished from the ऋच् (ṛc) and सामन् (sāman))
Bhaiksuki scriptयजुस्Sanskritnounname of the Yajurveda (also in plural)
Bhaiksuki scriptयजुस्Sanskritnounname a particular sacrificial text
Bufo marinuscane toadEnglishnounA large toad, Rhinella marina (formerly Bufo marinus), of Central and South America, introduced to Australia and various Pacific islands where it is now an invasive pest species.
Bufo marinuscane toadEnglishnounA person from Queensland; a Queenslander.Australia derogatory slang
Day: the period from midnight to the following midnightదినముTelugunounday
Day: the period from midnight to the following midnightదినముTelugunounThe day time.
Earth's moonMoonEnglishnameThe Earth's moon; the sole natural satellite of the Earth, represented in astronomy and astrology by ☾.
Earth's moonMoonEnglishnameA personification of the moon.lifestyle paganism religion
Earth's moonMoonEnglishnameThe 54th sura (chapter) of the Qur'an.
Earth's moonMoonEnglishnameA surname.
Earth's moonMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Morgan County, Kentucky.
Earth's moonMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
Earth's moonMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Pennington County, South Dakota.
Earth's moonMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Mathews County, Virginia.
Earth's moonMoonEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Marathon County, Wisconsin.
Form IV: أَخْدَرَ (ʔaḵdara)خ د رArabicrootrelated to numbnessmorpheme
Form IV: أَخْدَرَ (ʔaḵdara)خ د رArabicrootrelated to hiding or occultationmorpheme
Form IV: أَنْدَى (ʔandā, “to bedew”); Active participleن د وArabicrootrelated to callingmorpheme
Form IV: أَنْدَى (ʔandā, “to bedew”); Active participleن د وArabicrootrelated to moisturemorpheme
Form V: تَبَدَّى (tabaddā, “to appear, show; become evident, clear, plain, manifest; come to light; be obvious; seem good, acceptable, proper”); Active participleب د وArabicrootrelated to appearingmorpheme
Form V: تَبَدَّى (tabaddā, “to appear, show; become evident, clear, plain, manifest; come to light; be obvious; seem good, acceptable, proper”); Active participleب د وArabicrootrelated to becoming evidentmorpheme
Form V: تَبَدَّى (tabaddā, “to appear, show; become evident, clear, plain, manifest; come to light; be obvious; seem good, acceptable, proper”); Active participleب د وArabicrootrelated to seeming goodmorpheme
Form V: تَبَدَّى (tabaddā, “to appear, show; become evident, clear, plain, manifest; come to light; be obvious; seem good, acceptable, proper”); Active participleب د وArabicrootrelated to Bedouinmorpheme
Form VI: تَلَاحَنَ (talāḥana, “to employ barbarism in speaking with each other”); Active participleل ح نArabicrootrelated to rendering sounds by which something or someone is recognizedmorpheme
Form VI: تَلَاحَنَ (talāḥana, “to employ barbarism in speaking with each other”); Active participleل ح نArabicrootrelated to quickwittednessmorpheme
Global Positioning SystemGPSEnglishnameInitialism of Global Positioning System (“U.S. military-based satellite navigation system”).abbreviation alt-of initialism
Global Positioning SystemGPSEnglishnounInitialism of global positioning system (“satellite navigation system”).cartography geography natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
Global Positioning SystemGPSEnglishnounEllipsis of GPS receiver.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
Global Positioning SystemGPSEnglishverbTo locate (something) using a GPS system.transitive
Indian from AmericaIndianerGermannounIndian, American Indian, Native Americanmasculine strong
Indian from AmericaIndianerGermannounthe constellation Indusastronomy natural-sciencesmasculine strong
Indian from AmericaIndianerGermannounIndian, person from Indiamasculine obsolete strong
Magadhi Prakritश्वासSanskritnounbreath
Magadhi Prakritश्वासSanskritnounsigh
Magadhi Prakritश्वासSanskritnounpanting
Nandinagari scriptबहुशस्Sanskritadvmanifoldly, repeatedly
Nandinagari scriptबहुशस्Sanskritadvmuch often
Nandinagari scriptसेनाSanskritnounan army, armament, battle-array, armed force
Nandinagari scriptसेनाSanskritnounmissile, dart, spear
Nandinagari scriptसेनाSanskritnounname of Indra's wife (or his thunderbolt so personified)
Nandinagari scriptसेनाSanskritnounany drilled troop or band or body of men (Bālar.)
Nandinagari scriptसेनाSanskritnouna kind of title or addition to the names of persons (also names of courtezans) (Sāh.; compare Pāṇ. 4-1, 152 etc.)
Nandinagari scriptसेनाSanskritnounname of a courtesan (abridged from कुबेरसेना (kubera-senā)) (HPariś.)
Nasturtium officinalevesikrassiFinnishnounwatercress (plant of the genus Nasturtium)biology botany natural-sciences
Nasturtium officinalevesikrassiFinnishnounwatercress, yellowcress, Nasturtium officinalecolloquial
Parent Teacher OrganizationPTOEnglishnameInitialism of patent and trademark office. (United States Patent and Trademark Office), usually abbreviated USPTO.abbreviation alt-of initialism
Parent Teacher OrganizationPTOEnglishnounInitialism of parent-teacher organization.abbreviation alt-of initialism
Parent Teacher OrganizationPTOEnglishnounInitialism of paid time off.abbreviation alt-of initialism
Parent Teacher OrganizationPTOEnglishnounInitialism of power take-off, a powered shaft for driving auxiliary equipment.abbreviation alt-of initialism
Parent Teacher OrganizationPTOEnglishphraseInitialism of please turn over (written at the end of the text on a page to say that it continues overleaf)abbreviation alt-of initialism
Provinces of the NetherlandsУтрехтRussiannameUtrecht (the capital city of Utrecht, Netherlands)
Provinces of the NetherlandsУтрехтRussiannameUtrecht (a province of the Netherlands)
Rudbeckia hirtablack-eyed SusanEnglishnounThe flowering annual plant Rudbeckia hirta; the state flower of Maryland, United States.
Rudbeckia hirtablack-eyed SusanEnglishnounVarious other flowering plants: / Certain other members of the genus Rudbeckia.
Rudbeckia hirtablack-eyed SusanEnglishnounVarious other flowering plants: / Hibiscus trionum in the family Malvaceae.
Rudbeckia hirtablack-eyed SusanEnglishnounVarious other flowering plants: / The black-eyed Susan vine, Thunbergia alata, in the family Acanthaceae.
Rudbeckia hirtablack-eyed SusanEnglishnounVarious other flowering plants: / Some members of the Australian plant genus Tetratheca, particularly Tetratheca hirsuta, members of the family Elaeocarpaceae
Rudbeckia hirtablack-eyed SusanEnglishnounA kind of boiled pudding with currants.cooking food lifestyleUK
Siddham scriptत्मन्Sanskritnounbreath
Siddham scriptत्मन्Sanskritnounsoul, life
Siddham scriptत्मन्Sanskritnounself
Siddham scriptत्मन्Sanskritprona person in the predicate who is also the subject of the sentencereflexive
Siddham scriptबाह्यSanskritadjbeing outside (a door, house, &c.), outer, exterior
Siddham scriptबाह्यSanskritnounthe outer part, exterior, outside, without, out
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameA state of the United States. Capital: Tallahassee. Largest city: Jacksonville.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameThe peninsula which makes up most of the state of Florida, United States.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in South and Central America: / Two adjacent cities in Vicente López department, Buenos Aires province, Argentina: Florida Este and Florida Oeste.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in South and Central America: / A province of the Santa Cruz department, Bolivia.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in South and Central America: / A municipality of Paraná, Brazil.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in South and Central America: / A town and commune of the Biobío region, Chile.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in South and Central America: / A town in the Valle del Cauca department, Colombia.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in South and Central America: / A municipality of the Copán department, Honduras.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in South and Central America: / A district of the Amazonas region, Peru.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in South and Central America: / A department of Uruguay.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in South and Central America: / A city, the capital of the Florida department, Uruguay.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the Caribbean: / A municipality and city in Camagüey province, Cuba
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the Caribbean: / A town and municipality of Puerto Rico.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the Caribbean: / A barrio of the municipality of San Lorenzo, Puerto Rico.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the Caribbean: / A barrio in the municipality and island of Vieques, Puerto Rico.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in La Plata County, Colorado, named for the river.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Madison County, Indiana, named for the state.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A township in Parke County, Indiana, named after a place in New York.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A town in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, perhaps named for Spanish Florida.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A township in Yellow Medicine County, Minnesota, named after Florida Creek.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A ghost town and former village in Monroe County, Missouri, named for the state.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A town in Montgomery County, New York, named for the state.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A village in Orange County, New York.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A village in Henry County, Ohio, named for the state.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A river in Colorado, flowing from Lillie Lake in the Weminuche Wilderness into the Animas near Durango.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameA suburb of Johannesburg, Gauteng province, South Africa, perhaps named for the state.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Ontario, Canada.
TerritoriesFloridaEnglishnameUniversity of Florida.
The Roman nymph or goddessEgeriaEnglishnameA nymph or minor goddess from Roman mythology.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman
The Roman nymph or goddessEgeriaEnglishname13 Egeria, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
The Roman nymph or goddessEgeriaEnglishnounA patroness.
TranslationsKorouhanbaEnglishnameAncient Meitei God of the sun, sky and heaven.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesMeitei
TranslationsKorouhanbaEnglishnameA male given name from Manipuri.
a bundle of nerve fibers; a fasciculusfasciculeEnglishnounAn installment of a printed work, a fascicle.
a bundle of nerve fibers; a fasciculusfasciculeEnglishnounA bundle of nerve fibers; a fasciculus.obsolete
a bundle of nerve fibers; a fasciculusfasciculeEnglishnounAlternative form of fasciclebiology botany natural-sciencesalt-of alternative
a commencement ceremonygraduationEnglishnounThe action or process of graduating and receiving a diploma for completing a course of study (such as from an educational institution).countable uncountable
a commencement ceremonygraduationEnglishnounA commencement ceremony.countable uncountable
a commencement ceremonygraduationEnglishnounThe action or process of leaving a group.entertainment lifestyleJapanese countable uncountable
a commencement ceremonygraduationEnglishnounA marking (e.g., on a container) indicating a measurement on a scale, usually one of many such markings.sciencescountable uncountable
a commencement ceremonygraduationEnglishnounThe exposure of a liquid in large surfaces to the air, so as to hasten its evaporation.countable uncountable
a group of personsswathEnglishnounThe track cut out by a scythe in mowing.
a group of personsswathEnglishnounA broad sweep or expanse, such as of land or of people.figuratively often
a shout to signify victoryhoorayEnglishintjUsed to express approval, joy or victory.
a shout to signify victoryhoorayEnglishnounA shout to signify victory.
a shout to signify victoryhoorayEnglishnounAn expression of excitement.
a shout to signify victoryhoorayEnglishverbTo shout an expression of excitement.
a state of being brutalbrutalityEnglishnounThe state of being brutal.
a state of being brutalbrutalityEnglishnounA cruel or savage act.
a state of being brutalbrutalityEnglishnounThe use of excessive physical force, often in the form of violence.
a vase with a footed baseurnEnglishnounA vase with a footed base.
a vase with a footed baseurnEnglishnounA metal vessel for serving tea or coffee.
a vase with a footed baseurnEnglishnounA vessel for the ashes or cremains of a deceased person.
a vase with a footed baseurnEnglishnounAny place of burial; the grave.figuratively
a vase with a footed baseurnEnglishnounA measure of capacity for liquids, containing about three gallons and a half, wine measure. It was half the amphora, and four times the congius.Roman historical
a vase with a footed baseurnEnglishnounA hollow body shaped like an urn, in which the spores of mosses are contained; a spore case; a theca.biology botany natural-sciences
a vase with a footed baseurnEnglishverbTo place in an urn.transitive
a word or idiom of the German languageGermanismEnglishnounA word or idiom of the German language (that has been borrowed by another language).countable
a word or idiom of the German languageGermanismEnglishnounThe culture and customs of the Germanic people (or tribes).uncountable usually
a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun's referentadjectiveEnglishnounA word that modifies a noun or noun phrase or describes a noun’s referent.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun's referentadjectiveEnglishnounA dependent; an accessory.obsolete
a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun's referentadjectiveEnglishadjAdjectival; pertaining to or functioning as an adjective.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun's referentadjectiveEnglishadjApplying to methods of enforcement and rules of procedure.lawnot-comparable
a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun's referentadjectiveEnglishadjNeeding the use of a mordant to be made fast to that which is being dyed.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable of a dye
a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun's referentadjectiveEnglishadjIncapable of independent function.not-comparable obsolete
a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun's referentadjectiveEnglishverbTo make an adjective of; to form or convert into an adjective.transitive
a word that modifies a noun or describes a noun's referentadjectiveEnglishverbTo characterize with an adjective; to describe by using an adjective.as a participle transitive
ability to stabilize internal environmenthomeostasisEnglishnounThe ability of a system or living organism to adjust its internal environment to maintain a state of dynamic constancy; such as the ability of warm-blooded animals to maintain a stable temperature.medicine physiology sciencescountable uncountable
ability to stabilize internal environmenthomeostasisEnglishnounSuch a dynamic equilibrium or balance.countable uncountable
able to use five languagespentalingualEnglishadjWritten in or otherwise expressed through five languages.not-comparable
able to use five languagespentalingualEnglishadjAble to use five languages.not-comparable
able to use five languagespentalingualEnglishadjTranslated into five languagesnot-comparable
able to use five languagespentalingualEnglishnounA person who understands five languages.
abnormal邪乎Chineseadjabnormal; unusualcolloquial
abnormal邪乎Chineseadjextraordinary; fantastic; incrediblecolloquial
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounThe act of abstracting, separating, withdrawing, or taking away; withdrawal; the state of being taken away. / The taking surreptitiously for one's own use part of the property of another; purloining.countable euphemistic uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounThe act of abstracting, separating, withdrawing, or taking away; withdrawal; the state of being taken away. / Removal of water from a river, lake, or aquifer.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounThe act of abstracting, separating, withdrawing, or taking away; withdrawal; the state of being taken away.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounA separation from worldly objects; a recluse life; the withdrawal from one's senses.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounThe act of focusing on one characteristic of an object rather than the object as a whole group of characteristics; the act of separating said qualities from the object or ideas.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounAny characteristic of an individual object when that characteristic has been separated from the object and is contemplated alone as a quality having independent existence.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounA member of an idealized subgroup when contemplated according to the abstracted quality which defines the subgroup.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounThe act of comparing commonality between distinct objects and organizing using those similarities; the act of generalizing characteristics; the product of said generalization.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounAn idea or notion of an abstract or theoretical nature.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounAbsence or absorption of mind; inattention to present objects; preoccupation.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounAn abstract creation, or piece of art; qualities of artwork that are free from representational aspects.art artscountable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounA separation of volatile parts by the act of distillation.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounAn idea of an idealistic, unrealistic or visionary nature.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounThe result of mentally abstracting an idea; the product of any mental process involving a synthesis of: separation, despecification, generalization, and ideation in any of a number of combinations.countable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounThe merging of two river valleys by the larger of the two deepening and widening so much so, as to assimilate the smaller.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
act of abstractingabstractionEnglishnounHiding implementation details from the interface of a component, to decrease complexity through interdependency and improve modularity; a construct that serves as such.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
act of ceding something backrecessionEnglishnounThe act or an instance of receding or withdrawing.countable uncountable
act of ceding something backrecessionEnglishnounA period of low temperatures that causes a reduction in species; ice age.countable uncountable
act of ceding something backrecessionEnglishnounA period of reduced economic activityeconomics science sciencescountable uncountable
act of ceding something backrecessionEnglishnounThe ceremonial filing out of clergy and/or choir at the end of a church service.countable uncountable
act of ceding something backrecessionEnglishnounThe act of ceding something back.countable uncountable
act of ceding something backrecessionEnglishnounA procedure in which an extraocular muscle is detached from the globe of the eye and reattached posteriorly.medicine sciences surgerycountable uncountable
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishnounAction given to provide assistance; aid.uncountable usually
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishnounSomething or someone which provides assistance with a task.uncountable usually
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishnounDocumentation provided with computer software, etc. and accessed using the computer.uncountable usually
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishnounA study aid.countable usually
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishnounOne or more people employed to help in the maintenance of a house or the operation of a farm or enterprise.uncountable usually
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishnounCorrection of deficits, as by psychological counseling or medication or social support or remedial training.uncountable usually
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishverbTo provide assistance to (someone or something).transitive
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishverbTo assist (a person) in getting something, especially food or drink at table; used with to.transitive
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishverbTo contribute in some way to.transitive
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishverbTo provide assistance.intransitive
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishverbTo avoid; to prevent; to refrain from; to restrain (oneself). Usually used in nonassertive contexts with can.transitive
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishverbTo do something on the behalf of someone.Hong-Kong
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishintjA cry of distress or an urgent request for assistance
action given to provide assistancehelpEnglishintjA way to signal uncontrollable laughter; implying the risk of dying of laughter and needing assistance.Internet
action intended to cause destruction, pain or sufferingviolenceEnglishnounExtreme force.countable uncountable
action intended to cause destruction, pain or sufferingviolenceEnglishnounPhysical action which causes destruction, harm, pain, or suffering.countable uncountable
action intended to cause destruction, pain or sufferingviolenceEnglishnounWidespread fighting.countable uncountable
action intended to cause destruction, pain or sufferingviolenceEnglishnounInjustice, wrong.countable figuratively uncountable
action intended to cause destruction, pain or sufferingviolenceEnglishverbTo subject to violence.nonstandard
adverbial senseputaSerbo-Croatianadvtimes (in combination with cardinals greater than or equal to two, and other words indicating quantity, specifying how many times has the action been repeated)
adverbial senseputaSerbo-Croatianadvtimes (indicating multiplication)
adverbial senseputaSerbo-Croatiannounwooden dish or plate (usually made by a cooper)regional
adverbial senseputaSerbo-Croatiannouninflection of puto: / genitive singulargenitive singular
adverbial senseputaSerbo-Croatiannouninflection of puto: / nominative/genitive/accusative/vocative pluralaccusative genitive nominative plural vocative
affected by hypochondriahypochondriacEnglishadjRelated to, or affected by hypochondria
affected by hypochondriahypochondriacEnglishadjRelated to, or located in the hypochondrium.
affected by hypochondriahypochondriacEnglishnounA person affected with hypochondria.
affluent person who is perceived to have profited from the labour of othersfat catEnglishnounA rich person who contributes to a political campaign.slang
affluent person who is perceived to have profited from the labour of othersfat catEnglishnounAny affluent person who is perceived to have profited from the labour of others.derogatory slang
affluent person who is perceived to have profited from the labour of othersfat catEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see fat, cat.
agreement in which a person abandons spiritual values or moral principles in order to obtain benefitsFaustian bargainEnglishnounAn agreement in which a person abandons his or her spiritual values or moral principles in order to obtain knowledge, wealth or other benefits.idiomatic
agreement in which a person abandons spiritual values or moral principles in order to obtain benefitsFaustian bargainEnglishnounA deal in which one focuses on present gain without considering the long-term consequences.idiomatic
all sensesстократнийUkrainianadjhundredfold, centupleliterary
all sensesстократнийUkrainianadjmanifold, multifoldfiguratively literary
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of absolute ceiling.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of access control.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of account current.business financeabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of anterior chamber.anatomy medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of adult contemporary (a radio format).broadcasting entertainment lifestyle media music radioabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of adenylyl cyclase.biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of adjuvant chemotherapy.medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of air conditioning.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of air corps.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of aircraftman.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of alternating current (often used to indicate an alternating potential rather than a current).business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of alternating current (often used to indicate an alternating potential rather than a current). / supply of electric energy via a public electricity gridbusiness electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsbroadly informal
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of area code.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of army corps.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of athletic club.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of author's correction.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of automobile club.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of Auxiliary Collier (a naval coal transport that travels with the fleet to provide coal for coal-powered warships).government military politics warUS abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of axiom of choice.mathematics sciences set-theoryabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of assistant commissioner, a police rank used in London's Metropolitan Police.government law-enforcementUK abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounCompanion of the Order of Australia.Australia
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of aviation cadet.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of ammonium chloride.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of autonomous county.geography natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounInitialism of armor class.abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishnounsingular of ACs (“autistics and cousins”).human-sciences psychology sciencesform-of singular
alternating potentialACEnglishadjInitialism of acromioclavicular.anatomy medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable
alternating potentialACEnglishadjInitialism of air conditioned.abbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable
alternating potentialACEnglishadjInitialism of antichristian.lifestyle religionabbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable
alternating potentialACEnglishadvInitialism of anno Christi (in the year of Christ).abbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable
alternating potentialACEnglishadvInitialism of ante Christum, (before Christ).abbreviation alt-of initialism not-comparable
alternating potentialACEnglishphraseInitialism of all clear (as in button on electronic calculator).abbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishphraseInitialism of ante cibum (before meals).medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
alternating potentialACEnglishphraseas charged, as in: guilty as charged, usually a/c.law
alternating potentialACEnglishnameAceh, an autonomous province of Indonesia.
alternating potentialACEnglishnameAcre, a state of Brazil.
alternating potentialACEnglishnameInitialism of America's Cup (competition yacht sailing match racing regatta).abbreviation alt-of initialism
an illegible scrawlsquiggleEnglishnounA short twisting or wiggling line or mark.
an illegible scrawlsquiggleEnglishnounSynonym of tilde.informal
an illegible scrawlsquiggleEnglishnounAn illegible scrawl.
an illegible scrawlsquiggleEnglishverbTo wriggle or squirm.intransitive transitive
an illegible scrawlsquiggleEnglishverbTo make a squiggle.intransitive transitive
an illegible scrawlsquiggleEnglishverbTo write illegibly.intransitive transitive
architecturefunctionalismEnglishnounA doctrine, in several fields, that the function of something should be reflected in its design and the materials used in its construction.architecturecountable uncountable
architecturefunctionalismEnglishnounThe definition of mental states in terms of their causes and effects.human-sciences philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
architecturefunctionalismEnglishnounThe idea that social and cultural cohesion are a function of the interdependence and interactions of the institutions of a society.human-sciences sciences social-science social-sciencescountable uncountable
architecturefunctionalismEnglishnounA general school of thought that considers psychological phenomena in terms of their role in adaptation to the person's environment.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
architecturefunctionalismEnglishnounSynonym of functional linguisticshuman-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
aroundherebyEnglishadvNear this place; nearby.not-comparable obsolete
aroundherebyEnglishadvBy this means, action or process.formal not-comparable
asparagus shoots (food)asparagusEnglishnounAny of various perennial plants of the genus Asparagus having leaflike stems, scalelike leaves, and small flowers.
asparagus shoots (food)asparagusEnglishnounThe young shoots of Asparagus officinalis eaten as a vegetable.
asparagus shoots (food)asparagusEnglishnounA green colour, like that of an asparagus.color
astronomyhydrostatic equilibriumEnglishnounThe condition in which the shape of a liquid body is in long-term (static) equilibrium under the forces acting on it.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
astronomyhydrostatic equilibriumEnglishnounThe state in which a sufficiently massive or warm solid body has relaxed under its own gravity into the plastic shape that it would have if it were liquid, apart possibly from rigid features in the crust.astronomy natural-sciencescountable uncountable
babbleверглатиSerbo-Croatianverbto play barrel organintransitive
babbleверглатиSerbo-Croatianverbto babbleintransitive
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounA leafless stalk growing directly out of a root, bulb, or subterranean structure.biology botany natural-sciences
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounThe basal segment of an insect's antenna (i.e. the part closest to the body).
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounThe basal part, more specifically known as the oviscape, of the ovipositor of an insect.
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounThe shaft of a column.architecture
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounThe apophyge of a shaft.architecture
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishverbto escapearchaic
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounescapearchaic
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounA means of escape; evasion.obsolete
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounA freak; a slip; a fault; an escapade.obsolete
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounA loose act of vice or lewdness.obsolete
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounThe cry of the snipe when flushed.
basal segment of antennascapeEnglishnounThe snipe itself.
baseballbuntEnglishnounThe middle part, cavity, or belly of a sail; the part of a furled sail which is at the center of the yard.nautical transportcountable uncountable
baseballbuntEnglishnounA push or shove; a butt.countable uncountable
baseballbuntEnglishnounA ball that has been intentionally hit softly so as to be difficult to field, sometimes with a hands-spread batting stance or with a close-hand, choked-up hand position. No swinging action is involved.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle softball sportscountable uncountable
baseballbuntEnglishnounThe act of bunting.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle softball sportscountable uncountable
baseballbuntEnglishnounThe second half of an outside loop, from level flight to inverted flight.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
baseballbuntEnglishnounA fungus (Ustilago foetida) affecting the ear of cereals, filling the grains with a foetid dust.countable uncountable
baseballbuntEnglishverbTo push with the horns; to butt.
baseballbuntEnglishverbTo spring or rear up.
baseballbuntEnglishverbTo intentionally hit softly with a hands-spread batting stance.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
baseballbuntEnglishverbTo intentionally hit a ball softly with a hands-spread batting stance.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
baseballbuntEnglishverbTo perform (the second half of) an outside loop.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
baseballbuntEnglishverbTo swell out.nautical transportintransitive
baseballbuntEnglishverbTo headbutt affectionately.of a cat rare
beat, hitδέρνωGreekverbto beat, hit, smack, batter (to strike a person or animal with the hand or other implement)transitive
beat, hitδέρνωGreekverbto batter, hit (to fall on something with might and power)figuratively transitive
beat, hitδέρνωGreekverbto be suffering from, be being killed by.figuratively transitive
beat, hitδέρνωGreekverbto be suffering from, be afflicted by, be characterised by (as a quality)derogatory figuratively transitive
both sensesshit offEnglishverbSynonym of fuck offBritain Ireland vulgar
both sensesshit offEnglishverbto annoyAustralian slang transitive vulgar
boundary marking one of the outer limits of the Sun's influencetermination shockEnglishnounThe boundary marking one of the outer limits of the Sun's influence, where the solar wind dramatically slows.astronomy natural-sciences
boundary marking one of the outer limits of the Sun's influencetermination shockEnglishnounThat point for space around any star.astronomy natural-sciencesbroadly
boundary marking one of the outer limits of the Sun's influencetermination shockEnglishnounA rapid and damaging rise in temperatures once solar geoengineering measures are stopped.
capable of camouflagingchangeableEnglishadjCapable of being changed.
capable of camouflagingchangeableEnglishadjSubject to sudden or frequent changes.
capable of camouflagingchangeableEnglishadjCapable of camouflaging itself by changing colour.of a species
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishnounAn ordinary horse.archaic countable uncountable
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishnounA carriage for hire or a cab.countable uncountable
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishnounA horse used to ride or drive.countable uncountable
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishnounA breed of English horse.countable uncountable
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishnounA hired drudge; a hireling; a prostitute.archaic countable uncountable
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishnounInferior writing; literary hackwork.archaic uncountable
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishadjOffered for hire.not-comparable
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishadjMuch used; trite; mean.figuratively not-comparable
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishverbTo make uninteresting or trite by frequent use.transitive
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishverbTo use as a hackney.transitive
carriage for hire or a cabhackneyEnglishverbTo carry in a hackney coach.transitive
carrotստեպղինMiddle Armeniannouncarrot (Daucus carota)
carrotստեպղինMiddle Armeniannounparsnip (Pastinaca)
carrying away fromefferentEnglishadjCarrying away from.not-comparable
carrying away fromefferentEnglishadjCarried outward.not-comparable
carrying away fromefferentEnglishnounA duct or stream that carries away.
casino shuttle bus發財車Chinesenouncasino shuttle busMacau colloquial
casino shuttle bus發財車Chinesenouna microvan or kei car used in commercial purposesTaiwan colloquial
certainákveðinnIcelandicadjdetermined, decisive, assertive
certainákveðinnIcelandicadjcertain, having been determined but unspecified
certainákveðinnIcelandicadjdefinite (abbreviation ákv.)grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
certainákveðinnIcelandicverbneuter past participle of ákveðaform-of neuter participle past
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjPertaining to or derived from living organisms.biology natural-sciences
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjPertaining to an organ of the body of a living organism.medicine physiology sciences
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjRelating to the compounds of carbon, relating to natural products.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjOf food or food products, grown in an environment free from artificial agrichemicals, and possibly certified by a regulatory body.agriculture business lifestyle
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjDescribing a form of social solidarity theorized by Emile Durkheim that is characterized by voluntary engagements in complex interdependencies for mutual benefit (such as business agreements), rather than mechanical solidarity, which depends on ascribed relations between people (as in a family or tribe).human-sciences sciences social-science sociology
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjOf a military unit or formation, or its elements, belonging to a permanent organization (in contrast to being temporarily attached).government military politics war
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjInstrumental; acting as instruments of nature or of art to a certain destined function or end.
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjGenerated according to the ranking algorithms of a search engine, as opposed to paid placement by advertisers.Internet of search results
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjDeveloping in a gradual or natural fashion.
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishadjHarmonious; coherent; structured.
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishnounAn organic compound.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishnounAn organic food.
chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbonorganicEnglishnounA living organism, as opposed to a robot or hologram.literature media publishing science-fiction
child kidnapper拐子佬ChinesenounkidnapperCantonese Guangzhou Nanning Pinghua Taishanese
child kidnapper拐子佬Chinesenounchild kidnapperCantonese Hong-Kong Liuzhou Mandarin
child kidnapper拐子佬Chinesenouncheat; trickster; swindlerLiuzhou Mandarin Nanning Pinghua
childish: germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounA louse (Pediculus humanus).government military politics warBritish-Army dated slang
childish: germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounA louse (Pediculus humanus).Canada US colloquial
childish: germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounAny germ or contaminant, real or imagined, especially from the opposite gender (for pre-pubescent children).Australia Canada US childish colloquial plural-normally
childish: germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounA nest-building female American coot (counterpart to cooter).rare
childish: germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounA sideswiper, a type of telegraph key.rare slang
chop fineminceEnglishnounFinely chopped meat; minced meat.uncountable
chop fineminceEnglishnounFinely chopped mixed fruit used in Christmas pies; mincemeat.uncountable
chop fineminceEnglishnounAn affected (often dainty or short and precise) gait.countable
chop fineminceEnglishnounAn affected manner, especially of speaking; an affectation.countable
chop fineminceEnglishnounAn eye (from mince pie).Cockney countable in-plural slang
chop fineminceEnglishnounSomething worthless; rubbish.UK slang uncountable
chop fineminceEnglishverbTo make less; to make small.transitive
chop fineminceEnglishverbTo lessen; to diminish; to diminish in speaking; to speak of lightly or slightingly; to minimise.transitive
chop fineminceEnglishverbTo effect mincingly.rare transitive
chop fineminceEnglishverbTo cut into very small pieces; to chop finely.cooking food lifestyletransitive
chop fineminceEnglishverbTo suppress or weaken the force of.archaic figuratively transitive
chop fineminceEnglishverbTo say or utter vaguely (not directly or frankly).
chop fineminceEnglishverbTo affect; to pronounce affectedly or with an accent.transitive
chop fineminceEnglishverbTo walk with short steps; to walk in a prim, affected manner.intransitive
chop fineminceEnglishverbTo act or talk with affected nicety; to affect delicacy in manner.intransitive
church of a monasteryabbeyEnglishnounThe office or dominion of an abbot or abbess.
church of a monasteryabbeyEnglishnounA monastery or society of people, secluded from the world and devoted to religion and celibacy, which is headed by an abbot or abbess; also, the monastic building or buildings.
church of a monasteryabbeyEnglishnounThe church of a monastery.
church of a monasteryabbeyEnglishnounA residence that was previously an abbatial building.British
cinemaflickEnglishnounA short, quick movement, especially a brush, sweep, or flip.
cinemaflickEnglishnounA motion picture, movie, film; (in plural, usually preceded by "the") movie theater, cinema.informal
cinemaflickEnglishnounA cut that lands with the point, often involving a whip of the foible of the blade to strike at a concealed target.fencing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
cinemaflickEnglishnounA powerful underarm volley shot.hobbies lifestyle sports tennis
cinemaflickEnglishnounThe act of pressing a place on a touch screen device.
cinemaflickEnglishnounA flitch.
cinemaflickEnglishnounA unit of time, equal to 1/705,600,000 of a second
cinemaflickEnglishnounA chap or fellow; sometimes as a friendly term of address.dated slang
cinemaflickEnglishverbTo move or hit (something) with a short, quick motion.
cinemaflickEnglishverbTo pass by rapidly, so as not to be perceived clearly.
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A city, the county town of Cheshire, in northwest England.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A district municipality and village therein, in Lunenburg County, Nova Scotia, Canada.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / The Rural Municipality of Chester No. 125, a rural municipality in south-east Saskatchewan, Canada.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Crawford County, Arkansas.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A census-designated place in Plumas County, California.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A ghost town in Merced County, California.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Middlesex County, Connecticut.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Dodge County, Georgia.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Fremont County, Idaho.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A city, the county seat of Randolph County, Illinois.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Wayne County, Indiana.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A minor city in Howard County, Iowa.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Penobscot County, Maine.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A census-designated place in Queen Anne's County, Maryland.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Hampden County, Massachusetts.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Olmsted County, Minnesota.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A small community in Choctaw County, Mississippi.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town, the county seat of Liberty County, Montana.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A village in Thayer County, Nebraska.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Rockingham County, New Hampshire.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town and village in Orange County, New York.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Warren County, New York.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Meigs County, Ohio.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A census-designated place and unincorporated community in Major County, Oklahoma.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A city in Delaware County, Pennsylvania.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A small rural city, the county seat of Chester County, South Carolina.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Lake County, South Dakota.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Tyler County, Texas.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Windsor County, Vermont.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A census-designated place in Chesterfield County, Virginia.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A city in Hancock County, West Virginia.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / A locale in the United States: / A town in Dodge County, Wisconsin.countable uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA placename / Ellipsis of Chester County.abbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis uncountable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameAn English habitational surname from Old English.countable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnameA male given name transferred from the surname.countable
city in EnglandChesterEnglishnounA child molester.slang
collective body as politically organizedbody politicEnglishnounThe collective body of a nation or state as politically organized.figuratively
collective body as politically organizedbody politicEnglishnounThe collective body of a nation or state as exercising political functions.figuratively
collective body as politically organizedbody politicEnglishnounA corporation.archaic
common lettuceսալաթArmeniannounsalad
common lettuceսալաթArmeniannouncommon lettuce, salad, Lactuca sativa
company that performs various tasksagencjaPolishnounagency (company that performs various tasks)feminine
company that performs various tasksagencjaPolishnounagency (association that finds work for actors or other public people)feminine
company that performs various tasksagencjaPolishnounagency (department or other administrative unit of a government)feminine
company that performs various tasksagencjaPolishnounrepresentation of someone's business or interestMiddle Polish feminine
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA single-room dwelling for a hermit.
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA small monastery or nunnery dependent on a larger religious establishment.historical
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA small room in a monastery or nunnery accommodating one person.
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA room in a prison or jail for one or more inmates.
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounEach of the small hexagonal compartments in a honeycomb.
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounAny of various chambers in a tissue or organism having specific functions.biology botany natural-sciences
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounThe discal cell of the wing of a lepidopteran insect.biology entomology natural-sciences
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounSpecifically, any of the supposed compartments of the brain, formerly thought to be the source of specific mental capacities, knowledge, or memories.obsolete
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA section or compartment of a larger structure.
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounAny small dwelling; a remote nook, a den.literary obsolete
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA device which stores electrical power; used either singly or together in batteries; the basic unit of a battery.
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounThe basic unit of a living organism, consisting of a quantity of protoplasm surrounded by a cell membrane, which is able to synthesize proteins and replicate itself.biology natural-sciences
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA small thunderstorm, caused by convection, that forms ahead of a storm front.climatology meteorology natural-sciences
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounThe minimal unit of a cellular automaton that can change state and has an associated behavior.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounIn FreeCell-type games, a space where one card can be placed.card-games games
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA small group of people forming part of a larger organization, often an outlawed one.
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA short, fixed-length packet, as in asynchronous transfer mode.communication communications
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA region of radio reception that is a part of a larger radio network.communication communications
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA three-dimensional facet of a polytope.geometry mathematics sciences
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounThe unit in a statistical array (a spreadsheet, for example) where a row and a column intersect.mathematics sciences statistics
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounThe space between the ribs of a vaulted roof.architecture
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA cella.architecture
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounAn area of an insect wing bounded by veins.biology entomology natural-sciences
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishverbTo place or enclose in a cell.transitive
component of an electrical batterycellEnglishnounA cellular phone.US informal
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishnounAn early termination of a mission, action, or procedure in relation to missiles or spacecraft; the craft making such a mission.aeronautics aerospace business engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics war
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishnounThe function used to abort a process.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishnounAn event in which a process is aborted.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishnounThe product of a miscarriage; an aborted offspring; an abortion.archaic
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishnounA miscarriage; an untimely birth; an abortion.obsolete
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishverbTo miscarry; to bring forth (non-living) offspring prematurely.medicine sciencesintransitive regional
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishverbTo cause a premature termination of (a fetus); to end a pregnancy before term.intransitive transitive
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishverbTo end prematurely; to stop in the preliminary stages; to turn back.transitive
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishverbTo stop or fail at something in the preliminary stages.intransitive
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishverbTo become checked in normal development, so as either to remain rudimentary or shrink away wholly; to cease organic growth before maturation; to become sterile.biology natural-sciencesintransitive
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishverbTo cause an organism to develop minimally; to cause rudimentary development to happen; to prevent maturation.biology natural-sciencestransitive
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishverbTo abandon a mission at any point after the beginning of the mission and prior to its completion.government military politics warintransitive
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishverbTo terminate a mission involving a missile or rocket; to destroy a missile or rocket prematurely.aeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencestransitive
computing: to terminate a process prior to completionabortEnglishverbTo terminate a process prior to completion.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
contaminated waste waterblackwaterEnglishnounWater containing loam, tannins, etc., giving it a very dark appearance.uncountable usually
contaminated waste waterblackwaterEnglishnounBlackwater fever; malaria caused by Plasmodium falciparum.uncountable usually
contaminated waste waterblackwaterEnglishnounWaste from domestic toilets; water containing fecal matter.uncountable usually
continually visible above the horizoncircumpolarEnglishadjLocated or found throughout a polar region.not-comparable
continually visible above the horizoncircumpolarEnglishadjOf a celestial body, continually visible above the horizon during the entire 360 degrees of daily travel.astronomy natural-sciencesnot-comparable
costumegerviIcelandicnouncostumeneuter
costumegerviIcelandicnounguise, likenessneuter
courierChinesecharactertrue; accurate; verifiable
courierChinesecharactertruly; indeed
courierChinesecharactertrustworthy
courierChinesecharacterto believe; to trust in something
courierChinesecharacterto believe in (a faith); to be religious in
courierChinesecharactertrust; confidence; faith
courierChinesecharacterat will
courierChinesecharacterletter (written communication) (Classifier: 封 m c mn)
courierChinesecharactermessage; information; news
courierChinesecharacterevidence
courierChinesecharactercourier; messenger
courierChinesecharacterShort for 信州 (Xìnzhōu).abbreviation alt-of
courierChinesecharacterShort for 信石 (xìnshí, “arsenolite”).chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of
courierChinesecharactera surname: Xin
courierChinesecharacterAlternative form of 申 (shēn, “to express; to state”)alt-of alternative
courierChinesecharacterAlternative form of 伸 (shēn, “to extend”)alt-of alternative
courierChinesecharacterAlternative form of 身 (“body”)alt-of alternative
dancequadrilleEnglishnounA dance originating in the mid-1700s with four couples forming a square, rather much like the modern square dance.
dancequadrilleEnglishnounThe music for this dance.
dancequadrilleEnglishnounA Spanish trick-taking card game from the 1700s played with a 40-card deck.card-games games
dancequadrilleEnglishnounA choreographed dressage ride, commonly performed to music, with a minimum of four horses.
dancequadrilleEnglishverbTo dance the quadrille.intransitive
dancequadrilleEnglishnounQuadrille ruled graph paper, quad paper.
dancequadrilleEnglishnounA square tiling of the plane.
day an exact number of years since an eventanniversaryEnglishnounA day that is an exact number of years (to the day) since a given significant event occurred. Often preceded by an ordinal number indicating the number of years.
day an exact number of years since an eventanniversaryEnglishnounA day that is an exact number of years (to the day) since a given significant event occurred. Often preceded by an ordinal number indicating the number of years. / Such a day that commemorates a wedding.especially
day an exact number of years since an eventanniversaryEnglishnounA day subsequent in time to a given event by some significant period other than a year (especially as prefixed by the amount of time in question).broadly
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishnounA mound of earth.
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishnounA speed bump or speed hump.
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishnounA deformity in humans caused by abnormal curvature of the upper spine.
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishnounA rounded fleshy mass, such as on a camel or zebu.
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishnounAn act of sexual intercourse.slang
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishnounA bad mood.Britain slang with-definite-article
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishnounA painfully boorish person.slang
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishnounA wave that forms in front of an operating hovercraft and impedes progress at low speeds.
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishverbTo bend something into a hump.transitive
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishverbTo carry (something), especially with some exertion.intransitive transitive
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishverbTo rhythmically thrust the pelvis in a manner conducive to sexual intercourse. / To dry-hump.intransitive transitive
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishverbTo rhythmically thrust the pelvis in a manner conducive to sexual intercourse. / To have sex (with).intransitive slang transitive
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishverbTo exert oneself; to make an effort.US dated slang
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishverbTo vex or annoy.dated slang
deformity of the human backhumpEnglishverbTo shunt wagons / freight cars over the hump in a hump yard.rail-transport railways transport
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjOf or pertaining to an office or public trust.
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjDerived from the proper office or officer, or from the proper authority; made or communicated by virtue of authority
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjApproved by authority; authorized.
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjApproved by authority; authorized. / Dubious but recognized by authorities as truth and/or canon.
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjSanctioned by the pharmacopoeia; appointed to be used in medicine; officinal.
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjDischarging an office or function.
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjRelating to an office; especially, to a subordinate executive officer or attendant.
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjRelating to an ecclesiastical judge appointed by a bishop, chapter, archdeacon, etc., with charge of the spiritual jurisdiction.
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjTrue, real, beyond doubt.informal
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishadjListed in a national pharmacopeia.medicine pharmacology sciences
derived from the proper officeofficialEnglishnounAn office holder, a person holding an official position in government, sports, or other organization.
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishnounThe protruding part of an animal's head which includes the nose, mouth and jaws.
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishnounA person's mouth.broadly derogatory slang
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishnounA device used to prevent an animal from biting or eating, which is worn on its snout.
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishnounThe mouth or the end for entrance or discharge of a gun, pistol etc., that the bullet emerges from.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishnounA piece of the forward end of the plow-beam by which the traces are attached.Scotland
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishnounAn openwork covering for the nose, used for the defense of the horse, and forming part of the bards in the 15th and 16th centuries.historical obsolete
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishverbTo bind or confine an animal's mouth by putting a muzzle, as to prevent it from eating or biting.transitive
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishverbTo restrain (from speaking, expressing opinion or acting); to gag; to silence; to censor.figuratively transitive
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishverbTo veil, mask, muffle.obsolete transitive
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishverbTo fondle with the closed mouth; to nuzzle.obsolete transitive
device to stop an animal from bitingmuzzleEnglishverbTo bring the muzzle or mouth near.intransitive
disconnection断絶Japanesenounextinction
disconnection断絶Japanesenounseverance; disconnection
disconnection断絶Japanesenountermination; discontinuity
disconnection断絶Japaneseverbto go extinct; to die out
disconnection断絶Japaneseverbto break off; to disconnect
disconnection断絶Japaneseverbto terminate; to discontinue
disorderly葳蕤Chineseadjlush; luxuriant; exuberantliterary of vegetation
disorderly葳蕤Chineseadjgorgeous; elegantliterary
disorderly葳蕤Chineseadjdelicate; weakliterary
disorderly葳蕤Chineseadjlethargic; listlessliterary
disorderly葳蕤Chineseadjdisorderly; messyliterary
disorderly葳蕤Chinesenounangular Solomon's seal (Polygonatum odoratum)
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA formation of minerals, specifically: / The naturally occurring aggregate of solid mineral matter that constitutes a significant part of the earth's crust.uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA formation of minerals, specifically: / A mass of stone projecting out of the ground or water.countable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA formation of minerals, specifically: / A boulder or large stone; or (US, Canada) a smaller stone; a pebble.British countable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA formation of minerals, specifically: / Any natural material with a distinctive composition of minerals.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA formation of minerals, specifically: / A precious stone or gem, especially a diamond.countable slang uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA large hill or island having no vegetation.countable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounSomething that is strong, stable, and dependable; a person who provides security or support to another.countable figuratively uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA lump or cube of ice.countable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA type of confectionery made from sugar in the shape of a stick, traditionally having some text running through its length.Britain uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA crystallized lump of crack cocaine.US countable slang uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounAn unintelligent person, especially one who repeats mistakes.US countable slang uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounAn Afrikaner.South-Africa countable derogatory slang uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounAn extremely conservative player who is willing to play only the very strongest hands.card-games pokerUS countable slang uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounAny of several fish: / The striped bass.countable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounAny of several fish: / The huss or rock salmon.countable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA basketball.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sportsUS countable slang uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA mistake.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsUS countable slang uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounSynonym of stone.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA closed hand (a handshape resembling a rock), that beats scissors and loses to paper. It beats lizard and loses to Spock in rock-paper-scissors-lizard-Spock.games rock-paper-scissorscountable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA cricket ball, especially a new one that has not been softened by useball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable informal uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA crystal used to control the radio frequency.countable uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo move gently back and forth.intransitive transitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo cause to shake or sway violently.transitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo sway or tilt violently back and forth.intransitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo be washed and panned in a cradle or in a rocker.intransitive of ore etc. transitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo disturb the emotional equilibrium of; to distress; to greatly impact (most often positively).transitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo do well or to be operating at high efficiency.intransitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbto be cool.intransitive stative
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbto make love to or have sex with.euphemistic slang transitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo sway one's body as a stim.intransitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounAn act of rocking; a rocking motion; a sway.
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounA style of music characterized by basic drum-beat, generally 4/4 riffs, based on (usually electric) guitar, bass guitar, drums, and vocals.uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo play, perform, or enjoy rock music, especially with a lot of skill or energy.intransitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo be very favourable or skilful; excel; be fantastic.intransitive slang
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo thrill or excite, especially with rock music.transitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo have people dancing and enjoying rock music.intransitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo do something with excitement yet skillfully.transitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishverbTo wear (a piece of clothing, outfit etc.) successfully or with style; to carry off (a particular look, style).transitive
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounDistaff.countable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounThe flax or wool on a distaff.uncountable
distinctive composition of mineralsrockEnglishnounArchaic form of roc (mythical bird)alt-of archaic
distributed version control systemDVCSEnglishnounInitialism of digital voice communication system.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
distributed version control systemDVCSEnglishnounInitialism of data validation and certification server.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareabbreviation alt-of initialism
distributed version control systemDVCSEnglishnounInitialism of distributed version control system.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareabbreviation alt-of initialism
distributed version control systemDVCSEnglishnounInitialism of deeply virtual Compton scattering.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsabbreviation alt-of initialism
distributed version control systemDVCSEnglishnounInitialism of direct view camera system.engineering natural-sciences optics physical-sciences physicsabbreviation alt-of initialism
districtPakpattanEnglishnameA city in Pakpattan district, Punjab, Pakistan.
districtPakpattanEnglishnameA district containing this city.
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest. / A heavy fall of precipitation (hail, rain, or snow) or bout of lightning and thunder without strong winds; a hail storm, rainstorm, snowstorm, or thunderstorm.broadly
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest. / Synonym of cyclone (“a weather phenomenon consisting of a system of winds rotating around a centre of low atmospheric pressure”)broadly
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest. / A period of frosty and/or snowy weather.Canada Scotland US broadly dated
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest. / A disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scale, with a wind speed of between 89 and 102 kilometres per hour (55–63 miles per hour; 10 on the scale, known as a "storm" or whole gale), or of between 103 and 117 kilometres per hour (64–72 miles per hour; 11 on the scale, known as a "violent storm").climatology meteorology natural-sciences
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest.
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounA heavy expulsion or fall of things (as blows, objects which are thrown, etc.).figuratively
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounA violent agitation of human society; a domestic, civil, or political commotion.figuratively
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounA violent commotion or outbreak of sounds, speech, thoughts, etc.; also, an outpouring of emotion.figuratively
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounChiefly with a qualifying word: a violent attack of diease, pain, physiological reactions, symptoms, etc.; a paroxysm.medicine pathology sciencesfiguratively
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounEllipsis of storm window (“a second window (originally detachable) attached on the exterior side of a window in climates with harsh winters, to add an insulating layer of still air between the outside and inside”).Canada US abbreviation alt-of ellipsis in-plural
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbPreceded by the dummy subject it: to have strong winds and usually lightning and thunder, and/or hail, rain, or snow.US impersonal
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo make (someone or something) stormy; to agitate (someone or something) violently.transitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo disturb or trouble (someone).figuratively transitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo use (harsh language).figuratively transitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo violently assault (a fortified position or stronghold, a building, etc.) with the aim of gaining control of it.government military politics wartransitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo violently assault (a fortified position or stronghold, a building, etc.) with the aim of gaining control of it. / To assault or gain control or power over (someone's heart, mind, etc.).government military politics warfiguratively often poetic transitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo protect (seed-hay) from stormy weather by putting sheaves of them into small stacks.agriculture business lifestyleBritain dialectal transitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbOf the weather: to be violent, with strong winds and usually lightning and thunder, and/or hail, rain, or snow.intransitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo be exposed to harsh (especially cold) weather.intransitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo move noisily and quickly like a storm (noun sense 1), usually in a state of anger or uproar.figuratively intransitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo move quickly in the course of an assault on a fortified position or stronghold, a building, etc.government military politics warbroadly figuratively intransitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishverbTo be in a violent temper; to use harsh language; to fume, to rage.figuratively intransitive
disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scalestormEnglishnounA violent assault on a fortified position or stronghold.government military politics war
educational institutepolytechnicEnglishadjthat teaches applied arts, sciences, technology, engineering and other academic subjectsnot-comparable
educational institutepolytechnicEnglishnounAn educational institute that teaches applied arts and sciences rather than academic subjects.UK dated
educational institutepolytechnicEnglishnounAn exhibition of objects illustrating many arts.obsolete
educational institutepolytechnicEnglishnounA three-year post-secondary vocational training institute, equivalent of community college in the U.S. or TAFE in Australia.Singapore
emblems, symbols or paraphernaliaregaliaEnglishnounRoyal rights, prerogatives and privileges actually enjoyed by any sovereign, regardless of his title (emperor, grand duke etc.).plural plural-only
emblems, symbols or paraphernaliaregaliaEnglishnounThe emblems, symbols, or paraphernalia indicative of royalty or any other sovereign status; such as a crown, orb, sceptre or sword.plural plural-only
emblems, symbols or paraphernaliaregaliaEnglishnounDecorations or insignia indicative of an office or membership of an order or society; such as freemasonry.plural plural-only
emblems, symbols or paraphernaliaregaliaEnglishnounTraditional dress and accessories of North American Indigenous nations worn for ritual purposes.plural plural-only
emblems, symbols or paraphernaliaregaliaEnglishnounFinery, magnificent dress, or lavish or flashy costume.broadly plural plural-only
emblems, symbols or paraphernaliaregaliaEnglishnounSumptuous food.broadly obsolete plural plural-only
emblems, symbols or paraphernaliaregaliaEnglishnounA kind of large cigar of superior quality.archaic
examplespecimenEnglishnounAn individual instance that represents a class; an example. / A banknote printed for distribution to central banks to aid in the recognition of banknotes from a country other than their ownhobbies lifestyle numismatics
examplespecimenEnglishnounAn individual instance that represents a class; an example. / A postage stamp sent to postmasters and postal administrations so that they are able to identify valid stamps and to avoid forgerieshobbies lifestyle philately
examplespecimenEnglishnounAn individual instance that represents a class; an example.
examplespecimenEnglishnounA sample, especially one used for diagnostic analysis.
examplespecimenEnglishnounAn eligible man.humorous
exhibiting prejudice or biasprejudicialEnglishadjExhibiting prejudice or bias.
exhibiting prejudice or biasprejudicialEnglishadjCausing harm or injury; detrimental, harmful or injurious.
exhibiting prejudice or biasprejudicialEnglishadjTending to convince based on past history rather than on evidence about the case at hand.law
extension of roofsprocketEnglishnounA toothed wheel that enmeshes with a chain or other perforated band.engineering mechanical mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
extension of roofsprocketEnglishnounThe tooth of such a wheel.plural-normally
extension of roofsprocketEnglishnounA flared extension at the base of a sloped roof.architecture
extension of roofsprocketEnglishnounA placeholder name for an unnamed, unspecified, or hypothetical manufactured good or product.
fabric resembling a jacquardjacquardEnglishnounFabric woven on a Jacquard loom.countable uncountable
fabric resembling a jacquardjacquardEnglishnounFabric resembling a jacquard, but woven by a different process.countable uncountable
fabric resembling a jacquardjacquardEnglishnounA Jacquard loom.countable
familyfamilyEnglishnounA group of people who are closely related to one another (by blood, marriage or adoption); kin; in particular, a set of parents and their children; an immediate family.countable
familyfamilyEnglishnounAn extended family: a group of people who are related to one another by blood or marriage.countable
familyfamilyEnglishnounA nuclear family: a mother and father who are married and cohabiting and their child or children.countable
familyfamilyEnglishnounMembers of one's family collectively.uncountable
familyfamilyEnglishnounA (close-knit) group of people related by blood, friendship, marriage, law, or custom, especially if they live or work together.countable
familyfamilyEnglishnounA (close-knit) group of people related by blood, friendship, marriage, law, or custom, especially if they live or work together. / The gay community.LGBTcountable slang uncountable
familyfamilyEnglishnounLineage, especially honorable or noble lineage.uncountable
familyfamilyEnglishnounA category in the classification of organisms, ranking below order and above genus; a taxon at that rank.biology natural-sciences taxonomycountable
familyfamilyEnglishnounAny group or aggregation of things classed together as kindred or related from possessing in common characteristics which distinguish them from other things of the same order.countable
familyfamilyEnglishnounA collection of sets, especially of subsets of a given set.mathematics sciences set-theorycountable
familyfamilyEnglishnounA group of instruments having the same basic method of tone production.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable
familyfamilyEnglishnounA group of languages believed to have descended from the same ancestral language.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable
familyfamilyEnglishadjSuitable for children and adults.not-comparable
familyfamilyEnglishadjHomosexual.LGBTnot-comparable slang
familyfamilyEnglishnameA group of people who are closely related to one another (by blood, marriage or adoption)
family in TrichocephalidaTrichinellidaeTranslingualnameCertain nematodes: / A taxonomic family within the order Trichocephalida.
family in TrichocephalidaTrichinellidaeTranslingualnameCertain nematodes: / A taxonomic family within the order Trichinellida.
fatdrippingEnglishnounSolid animal fat, traditionally collected from dripping off roasting meat.countable uncountable
fatdrippingEnglishnounThe sound or action of something that drips.countable uncountable
fatdrippingEnglishnounThe use of a drip tip to drip e-liquid directly onto the atomizer of an e-cigarette.countable uncountable
fatdrippingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of dripform-of gerund participle present
fermentationzymosisEnglishnounA fermentation; hence, an analogous process by which an infectious disease is believed to be developed.
fermentationzymosisEnglishnounA zymotic disease.
first manAatamiFinnishnameAdam (the first man, according to the Bible)Christianitycolloquial
first manAatamiFinnishnamea male given name, equivalent to English Adamas a first name rare
first year of any period元年Chinesenounfirst year of an imperial reignhistorical
first year of any period元年Chinesenounfirst year (of any period)
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounA geographic area owned or controlled by a single person or organization.
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounA field or sphere of activity, influence or expertise.
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounA group of related items, topics, or subjects.
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounThe set of all possible mathematical entities (points) where a given function is defined.mathematics sciences
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounThe set of input (argument) values for which a function is defined.mathematics sciences set-theory
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounA ring with no zero divisors; that is, in which no product of nonzero elements is zero.mathematics sciences
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounAn open and connected set in some topology. For example, the interval (0,1) as a subset of the real numbers.mathematical-analysis mathematics sciences topology
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounAny DNS domain name, particularly one which has been delegated and has become representative of the delegated domain name and its subdomains.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounA collection of DNS or DNS-like domain names consisting of a delegated domain name and all its subdomains.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounA collection of information having to do with a domain, the computers named in the domain, and the network on which the computers named in the domain reside.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounThe collection of computers identified by a domain's domain names.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounA small region of a magnetic material with a consistent magnetization direction.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounSuch a region used as a data storage element in a bubble memory.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounA form of technical metadata that represent the type of a data item, its characteristics, name, and usage.
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounThe highest rank in the classification of organisms, above kingdom; in the three-domain system, one of the taxa Bacteria, Archaea, or Eukaryota.biology natural-sciences taxonomy
folded section of a proteindomainEnglishnounA folded section of a protein molecule that has a discrete function; the equivalent section of a chromosomebiochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciences
fragmentationpenyerpihanMalaynounsplintering, shattering
fragmentationpenyerpihanMalaynounfragmentationcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
fromthereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / About or near that place.not-comparable
fromthereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / About or around that date or time.not-comparable
fromthereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / About or near to that condition or quality.not-comparable
fromthereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / Approximately that number or quantity.not-comparable
fromthereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / About that; concerning that.not-comparable obsolete
fromthereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / Near to that activity or situation.figuratively not-comparable obsolete
fromthereaboutsEnglishnounLocation; whereabouts.plural plural-only
from a different countryforeignEnglishadjLocated outside a country or place, especially one's own.
from a different countryforeignEnglishadjOriginating from, characteristic of, belonging to, or being a citizen of a country or place other than the one under discussion.
from a different countryforeignEnglishadjRelating to a different nation.
from a different countryforeignEnglishadjNot characteristic of or naturally taken in by an organism or system.
from a different countryforeignEnglishadjAlien; strange.with to
from a different countryforeignEnglishadjHeld at a distance; excluded; exiled.obsolete
from a different countryforeignEnglishadjFrom a different one of the states of the United States, as of a state of residence or incorporation.law stateUS
from a different countryforeignEnglishadjBelonging to a different organization, company etc.
from a different countryforeignEnglishadjOutside, outdoors, outdoor.obsolete
from a different countryforeignEnglishnounA foreign person / A foreigner: a person from another country.informal
from a different countryforeignEnglishnounA foreign person / An outsider: a person from another place or group.obsolete
from a different countryforeignEnglishnounA foreign person / A non-guildmember.obsolete
from a different countryforeignEnglishnounA foreign vehicle / A foreign ship.obsolete
from a different countryforeignEnglishnounA foreign vehicle / A foreign whip, a car produced abroad.slang
from a different countryforeignEnglishnounAn outhouse; an outdoor toilet.obsolete
from a different countryforeignEnglishnounA foreign area / An area of a community that lies outside the legal town or parish limits.dialectal
from a different countryforeignEnglishnounA foreign area / An area of a monastery outside its legal limits or serving as an outer court.obsolete plural-normally
from a different countryforeignEnglishnounShort for various phrases, including foreign language, foreign parts, and foreign service.abbreviation alt-of
gemamethystEnglishnounA transparent purple to violet variety of quartz with traces of manganese, used as a gemstone.
gemamethystEnglishnounA purple colour.uncountable
gemamethystEnglishnounThe tincture purpure, when blazoning by precious stones.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
gemamethystEnglishadjHaving a colour similar to that of the gemstone
groups by number of memberskilencekHungariannumnominative plural of kilencform-of nominative plural
groups by number of memberskilencekHungariannuma group of nine entitiescapitalized often
gyroCMGEnglishnounInitialism of Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George, a British honour.abbreviation alt-of initialism
gyroCMGEnglishnounInitialism of control moment(um) gyro(scope). An attitude control mechanism.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism
hand-copied book手抄本Chinesenounhand-copied book; handwritten copy (Classifier: 本 m)
hand-copied book手抄本Chinesenoundraft manuscript (Classifier: 本 m)
handleChinesecharacterhandle (of an axe, implement, etc.)
handleChinesecharacterstem (of a flower, leaf, fruit, etc.)
handleChinesecharactermistake which can be used against someonein-compounds literary
handleChinesecharacterpower; authorityin-compounds literary
handleChinesecharacterto wield; to be in control ofin-compounds literary
handleChinesecharacterAlternative form of 偋 (bìng, “to hide”)Cantonese alt-of alternative transitive
handleChinesecharacterClassifier for something with a handle.dialectal
having a cuspcuspidateEnglishadjHaving a cusp
having a cuspcuspidateEnglishadjTapering to a sharp, firm pointbiology botany natural-sciencesof a leaf
having a definition or valuedefinedEnglishadjHaving a definition or value.
having a definition or valuedefinedEnglishadjHaving extreme muscle separation as a result of low body fat.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sports
having a definition or valuedefinedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of defineform-of participle past
having a sunburn; having been burned by the sun's rayssunburntEnglishadjHaving a sunburn or dark tan; having been burned by the sun's rays.of human skin
having a sunburn; having been burned by the sun's rayssunburntEnglishadjDried out by the sun's rays.of plants and other objects
having a sunburn; having been burned by the sun's rayssunburntEnglishadjSubject to the strong heat and/or light of the sun.of places or objects
having a sunburn; having been burned by the sun's rayssunburntEnglishadjResembling a sunburn in color.
having a sunburn; having been burned by the sun's rayssunburntEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of sunburnform-of participle past
having little or no colourcolourlessEnglishadjHaving little or no colour.UK
having little or no colourcolourlessEnglishadjWater white.UK of a liquid
having little or no colourcolourlessEnglishadjLacking in interest or variety.UK
having little or no colourcolourlessEnglishadjNeutral in opinion or allegiance; centristgovernment politicsUK
having seeds that are not protected in a capsulegymnospermousEnglishadjHaving seeds that are not protected in a capsulebiology botany natural-sciencesnot-comparable
having seeds that are not protected in a capsulegymnospermousEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a gymnospermbiology botany natural-sciencesnot-comparable
hercogs, hercogieneerchercogieneLatviannounarchduchess (high nobility title, above grand duchess and under princess; corresponding noblewoman)declension-5 feminine
hercogs, hercogieneerchercogieneLatviannounarchduchess (a title for the members of the imperial house of Habsburg)declension-5 feminine
horse-drawn cartdrayEnglishnounAny of various forms of low horse-drawn cart or wagon, often without sides or with removable sides, and used especially for heavy loads.
horse-drawn cartdrayEnglishnounA kind of sledge or sled.
horse-drawn cartdrayEnglishnounAlternative spelling of drey (“squirrel's nest”)alt-of alternative
implausibleunbelievableEnglishadjNot to be believed.literally
implausibleunbelievableEnglishadjAmazing, incredible; so surprising that one is almost unable to believe.figuratively
implausibleunbelievableEnglishadjImplausible or improbable.
inwhereinEnglishadvHow, or in what way.not-comparable
inwhereinEnglishconjWhere, or in which location.
inwhereinEnglishconjDuring which.
inwhereinEnglishconjHow, or in what way.
in additionyetEnglishadvThus far; up to the present; up to some unspecified time. / In negative or interrogative use, often with an expectation or potential of something happening in the future.not-comparable
in additionyetEnglishadvThus far; up to the present; up to some unspecified time. / In negative imperative use, asking for an action to be delayed.not-comparable
in additionyetEnglishadvThus far; up to the present; up to some unspecified time. / In affirmative use: still.archaic not-comparable poetic
in additionyetEnglishadvAt some future time; eventually.not-comparable
in additionyetEnglishadvNot as of the time referenced.after 'have' and certain copulative verbs not-comparable with-infinitive
in additionyetEnglishadvIn addition.not-comparable
in additionyetEnglishadvEven.not-comparable
in additionyetEnglishconjNevertheless; however; but; despite that.
in additionyetEnglishverbTo pour.obsolete
in additionyetEnglishverbTo melt; found; cast (e.g. metal, by pouring it into a mould when molten).dialectal obsolete
in additionyetEnglishnounA metal pan or boiler; yetling.dialectal
in additionyetEnglishverbTo get.West-Country nonstandard
in all sensesразвёртыватьRussianverbto unroll, to unwind, to unfold, to unwrap
in all sensesразвёртыватьRussianverbto show, to display
in all sensesразвёртыватьRussianverbto start (up)
in all sensesразвёртыватьRussianverbto put on a wide scale, to widen, to broaden, to expand
in all sensesразвёртыватьRussianverbto deploy, to extendgovernment military politics war
in all sensesразвёртыватьRussianverbto expand (into)government military politics war
in all sensesразвёртыватьRussianverbto turn, to swing about, to swing around, to slew (about), to make a U-turn
in like mannerlikewiseEnglishadvIn a similar manner.mannernot-comparable
in like mannerlikewiseEnglishadvalso; moreover; too.conjunctive not-comparable
in like mannerlikewiseEnglishadvThe same to you; used as a response.not-comparable
in musictranscriptionEnglishnounThe act or process of transcribing.countable uncountable
in musictranscriptionEnglishnounSomething that has been transcribed, including: / An adaptation of a composition.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
in musictranscriptionEnglishnounSomething that has been transcribed, including: / A recorded radio or television programme.broadcasting mediacountable uncountable
in musictranscriptionEnglishnounSomething that has been transcribed, including: / A representation of speech sounds as phonetic symbols.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
in musictranscriptionEnglishnounA written document.countable obsolete uncountable
in musictranscriptionEnglishnounThe synthesis of RNA under the direction of DNA.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
in personpersonallyEnglishadvIn a personal manner.
in personpersonallyEnglishadvIn person.
in personpersonallyEnglishadvConcerning oneself.
in personpersonallyEnglishadvAs a person.
in the endat lastEnglishprep_phraseAfter a long time; eventually.idiomatic
in the endat lastEnglishprep_phraseIn the end; finally; ultimately.idiomatic
indication of a bad or dangerous situationdanger signalEnglishnounA signal set at danger and showing a red light or other stop indication, which a train driver must not pass until it changes or until manually cleared past the signal by a dispatcher.rail-transport railways transport
indication of a bad or dangerous situationdanger signalEnglishnounAn indication that a potentially bad or dangerous situation could develop.also figuratively
investmentsportfolioEnglishnounA case for carrying papers, drawings, photographs, maps and other flat documents.
investmentsportfolioEnglishnounThe collection of such documents, especially the works of an artist or photographer.broadly
investmentsportfolioEnglishnounThe post and the responsibilities of a cabinet minister or other head of a government department.government politics
investmentsportfolioEnglishnounThe group of investments and other assets held by an investor.business finance
investmentsportfolioEnglishnounA collection of assets; (figurative) any collection of things considered as investments or assets.business
investmentsportfolioEnglishnounA range of products.
involving a degree of personal accountabilityresponsibleEnglishadjHaving the duty of taking care of something; answerable for an act performed or for its consequences; accountable; amenable, especially legally or politically.followed by "for" postpositional
involving a degree of personal accountabilityresponsibleEnglishadjBeing a primary cause of a situation or action and thus able to be blamed or credited for it.followed by "for" postpositional
involving a degree of personal accountabilityresponsibleEnglishadjAnswerable to (a superior).followed by "to"
involving a degree of personal accountabilityresponsibleEnglishadjInvolving important duties; involving a degree of personal accountability on the part of the person concerned.of a job or position
involving a degree of personal accountabilityresponsibleEnglishadjHaving good judgment in decision-making.
involving a degree of personal accountabilityresponsibleEnglishadjAble to be trusted; reliable; trustworthy.
involving a degree of personal accountabilityresponsibleEnglishadjCapable of rational conduct and thus morally accountable for one's behavior.
involving a degree of personal accountabilityresponsibleEnglishnounThe individual who bears the responsibility for something.archaic
involving a degree of personal accountabilityresponsibleEnglishnounAn actor taking on the lesser roles in repertory theatre.entertainment lifestyle theater
islandMarinduqueEnglishnameAn island in the Philippines
islandMarinduqueEnglishnameA province of the Philippines
knee-length tunickirtleEnglishnounA knee-length tunic.
knee-length tunickirtleEnglishnounA short jacket.
knee-length tunickirtleEnglishnounA woman's gown; a woman's outer petticoat or skirt.
knee-length tunickirtleEnglishverbTo clothe or cover with, or as if with, a kirtle; to hitch up (a long garment) to the length of a kirtle.transitive
landholder who doesn't live where his estate isabsenteeEnglishnounA person who is absent from his or her employment, school, post, duty, etc.
landholder who doesn't live where his estate isabsenteeEnglishnounA landholder who lives in another district or country than the one in which his estate is situated.Britain historical
landholder who doesn't live where his estate isabsenteeEnglishnounOne that is nonexistent or lacking.
landholder who doesn't live where his estate isabsenteeEnglishnounA voter that is not present at the time of voting; absentee voter.
landholder who doesn't live where his estate isabsenteeEnglishadjPertaining to one that is absent.attributive not-comparable
language of the country of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishnounThe language of Georgia, a country in Eastern Europe and Western Asia.uncountable
language of the country of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishnounA person or a descendant of a person from Georgia, a country in Eastern Europe and Western Asia.countable
language of the country of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishnounA native or resident of the state of Georgia in the United States of America.countable
language of the country of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to the Eastern European country of Georgia, the Georgian people or the Georgian language.not-comparable
language of the country of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to the U.S. State of Georgia or its Georgian English dialect.not-comparable
language of the country of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishnounA British citizen during the reign of a king named George.historical
language of the country of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishadjOf, from, or characteristic of the reigns of Kings George I and George II of Great Britain, and George III and George IV of the United Kingdom (1714–1830).
language of the country of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishadjPertaining to a movement in lyric poetry during the reign of King George V of the United Kingdom (1910-1936).
language of the country of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishadjPertaining to or characteristic of Stefan George (a German poet).
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounSomeone who binds.
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounSomeone who binds. / Someone who binds books; a bookbinder.
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounA cover or holder for unbound papers, pages, etc.
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounSomething that is used to bind things together, often referring to the mechanism that accomplishes this for a book.
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounA software mechanism that performs binding.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounA program or routine that attaches malware to an existing harmless file on the target system.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounA dossier.
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounA machine used in harvesting that ties cut stalks of grain into a bundle.agriculture business lifestyle
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounA chemical or other substance that causes two other substances to form into one.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounA down payment on a piece of real property that secures the payor the right to purchase the property from the payee upon an agreement of terms.law
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounA rubber band.
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounMaterial or clothing used in binding or flattening the breasts.LGBT lifestyle sexuality
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounA protein binder.
law: down payment on a piece of real propertybinderEnglishnounOne who whines or complains.UK slang
law: related to private relations among citizens, as opposed to criminal matterscivilEnglishadjHaving to do with people and government office as opposed to the military or religion.not-comparable
law: related to private relations among citizens, as opposed to criminal matterscivilEnglishadjBehaving in a reasonable or polite manner; avoiding displays of hostility.comparable
law: related to private relations among citizens, as opposed to criminal matterscivilEnglishadjIn a peaceful and well-ordered state.archaic
law: related to private relations among citizens, as opposed to criminal matterscivilEnglishadjRelating to private relations among citizens, as opposed to criminal matters.law
law: related to private relations among citizens, as opposed to criminal matterscivilEnglishadjSecular.
legal: the act of appealing or revokingimpugnationEnglishnounThe act of impugningcountable uncountable
legal: the act of appealing or revokingimpugnationEnglishnounThe act of appealing or revokinglawcountable uncountable
likenesssimilitudoLatinnounLikeness, resemblance, similarity; imitation.declension-3
likenesssimilitudoLatinnounA comparison, simile, similitude; analogy; parable.declension-3
likenesssimilitudoLatinnounSameness, uniformity, monotony.declension-3
list of items that need to be boughtshopping listEnglishnounA list, written on e.g. a piece of paper, of items that need to be bought.
list of items that need to be boughtshopping listEnglishnounA list of related items.figuratively
living species which very closely resembles fossil relativesliving fossilEnglishnounAny species discovered first as a fossil and believed extinct, but which is later found living; an organism that has remained unchanged over geological periods.
living species which very closely resembles fossil relativesliving fossilEnglishnounAny living species which very closely resembles fossil relatives in most anatomical details.
log offafmeldenDutchverbto check outtransitive
log offafmeldenDutchverbto cancel, to call offtransitive
log offafmeldenDutchverbto log outtransitive
log offafmeldenDutchverbto log outreflexive
loosely specified point in timetime of dayEnglishnounThe time according to the clock.
loosely specified point in timetime of dayEnglishnounA loosely specified period of time, minutes or hours in duration, especially daytime, or point in time.
loosely specified point in timetime of dayEnglishnounThe greeting appropriate to the time of day.
loosely specified point in timetime of dayEnglishnounera: time; day.dated dialectal informal
loosely specified point in timetime of dayEnglishnounThe right thing; the ticket; that which is needed.archaic
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA person or a thing that crawls or creeps.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA one-piece garment for infants designed to facilitate access to the wearer's diaper.in-plural often
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA device which allows a small child to safely roam around a room from a seated or standing position.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA metal plate with spikes, designed to be worn with shoes to prevent slipping.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA spur-like device strapped to the boot to facilitate climbing.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA small low iron, or dog, between the andirons.in-plural
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounAn instrument with iron hooks or claws for dredging up items from a well or other water.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounAny device for causing material to move steadily from one part of a machine to another, such as an apron in a carding machine, or an inner spiral in a grain screen.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounAny plant (as ivy or periwinkle) that grows by creeping, especially a climbing plant of the genus Parthenocissus.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA treecreeper.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounStrophitus undulatus, a freshwater mussel of the eastern United States.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA small four-hooked grapnel used to recover objects dropped onto the sea bed.nautical transport
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounThe lowest gear of a tractor or truck.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA low-profile wheeled platform whereupon an auto mechanic may lie on their back and gain better access to the underbody of a vehicle.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA person who creeps people out; a creepy person.derogatory slang
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA kind of shoe, usually with a suede upper and a thick crepe sole, associated with various 20th-century subcultures.
lowest gearcreeperEnglishnounA ball that travels low, near ground level.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishverbTo join (to another object): to attach, or to be intended to attach or capable of attaching, to another object.intransitive of an object
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishverbTo join: to attach, or to be intended to attach or capable of attaching, to each other.intransitive of two objects
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishverbTo arrive at an intended target; to land.intransitive of a blow
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishverbTo join (two other objects), or to join (one object) to (another object): to be a link between two objects, thereby attaching them to each other.of an object transitive
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishverbTo join (two other objects), or to join (one object) to (another object): to take one object and attach it to another.of a person transitive
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishverbTo join an electrical or telephone line to a circuit or network.
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishverbTo associate; to establish a relation between.
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishverbTo make a travel connection; to switch from one means of transport to another as part of the same trip.
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishnounClipping of connection. / A drug dealer.slang
make a travel connectionconnectEnglishnounClipping of connection. / A useful friend or associate.slang
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA male deer, antelope, sheep, goat, rabbit, hare, and sometimes the male of other animals such as the hamster, ferret, shad and kangaroo.
male ferretbuckEnglishnounAn uncastrated sheep, a ram.US
male ferretbuckEnglishnounAn antelope of either sex; compare with Afrikaans bok.Africa
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA young buck; an adventurous, impetuous, dashing, or high-spirited young man.
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA fop or dandy.Britain obsolete
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA black or Native American man.US dated derogatory
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA unit of a particular currency / A dollar (one hundred cents).Australia Canada New-Zealand US informal
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA unit of a particular currency / A rand (currency unit).South-Africa informal
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA unit of a particular currency / A sixpence.UK obsolete slang
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA unit of a particular currency / A euro.informal rare
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA unit of a particular currency / Money.Australia South-Africa US broadly informal
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA unit of a particular currency / One million dollars.business finance
male ferretbuckEnglishnounOne hundred.US slang
male ferretbuckEnglishnounClipping of buckshot.abbreviation alt-of clipping
male ferretbuckEnglishnounAn implement the body of which is likened to a male sheep’s body due maintaining a stiff-legged position as if by stubbornness. / The body of a post mill, particularly in East Anglia. See Wikipedia:Windmill machinery.UK dialectal
male ferretbuckEnglishnounAn implement the body of which is likened to a male sheep’s body due maintaining a stiff-legged position as if by stubbornness. / A frame on which firewood is sawed; a sawhorse; a sawbuck.
male ferretbuckEnglishnounAn implement the body of which is likened to a male sheep’s body due maintaining a stiff-legged position as if by stubbornness. / A leather-covered frame used for gymnastic vaulting.
male ferretbuckEnglishnounAn implement the body of which is likened to a male sheep’s body due maintaining a stiff-legged position as if by stubbornness. / A wood or metal frame used by automotive customizers and restorers to assist in the shaping of sheet metal bodywork.
male ferretbuckEnglishnounAn implement the body of which is likened to a male sheep’s body due maintaining a stiff-legged position as if by stubbornness. / An object of various types, placed on a table to indicate turn or status; such as a brass object, placed in rotation on a US Navy wardroom dining table to indicate which officer is to be served first, or an item passed around a poker table indicating the dealer or placed in the pot to remind the winner of some privilege or obligation when his or her turn to deal next comes.dated
male ferretbuckEnglishnounAn implement the body of which is likened to a male sheep’s body due maintaining a stiff-legged position as if by stubbornness. / An object of various types, placed on a table to indicate turn or status; such as a brass object, placed in rotation on a US Navy wardroom dining table to indicate which officer is to be served first, or an item passed around a poker table indicating the dealer or placed in the pot to remind the winner of some privilege or obligation when his or her turn to deal next comes. / Blame; responsibility; scapegoating; finger-pointing.broadly dated in certain metaphors or phrases in the US
male ferretbuckEnglishnounSynonym of buck dance.dance dancing hobbies lifestyle sportsdated
male ferretbuckEnglishnounSynonym of mule (“type of cocktail with ginger ale etc.”)
male ferretbuckEnglishnounA kind of large marble in children's games.dated slang
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo copulate, as bucks and does.intransitive
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo bend; buckle.intransitive
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo leap upward arching its back, coming down with head low and forelegs stiff, forcefully kicking its hind legs upward, often in an attempt to dislodge or throw a rider or pack.intransitive of a horse or similar saddle or pack animal
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo throw (a rider or pack) by bucking.of a horse or similar saddle or pack animal transitive
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo subject to a mode of punishment which consists of tying the wrists together, passing the arms over the bent knees, and putting a stick across the arms and in the angle formed by the knees.government military politics wartransitive
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo resist obstinately; oppose or object strongly.broadly intransitive
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo move or operate in a sharp, jerking, or uneven manner.broadly intransitive
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo overcome or shed (e.g., an impediment or expectation), in pursuit of a goal; to force a way through despite (an obstacle); to resist or proceed against.broadly transitive
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo press a reinforcing device (bucking bar) against (the force of a rivet) in order to absorb vibration and increase expansion.
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo saw a felled tree into shorter lengths, as for firewood.business forestry
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo output a voltage that is lower than the input voltage.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo fuck.Ireland euphemistic humorous
male ferretbuckEnglishnounThe beech tree.Scotland
male ferretbuckEnglishnounLye or suds in which cloth is soaked in the operation of bleaching, or in which clothes are washed.
male ferretbuckEnglishnounThe cloth or clothes soaked or washed.
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo soak, steep or boil in lye or suds, as part of the bleaching process.
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo wash (clothes) in lye or suds, or, in later usage, by beating them on stones in running water.
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo break up or pulverize, as ores.business mining
male ferretbuckEnglishnounThe body of a cart or waggon, especially the front part.UK dialectal
male ferretbuckEnglishnounBelly, breast, chest.anatomy medicine sciencesUK dialectal
male ferretbuckEnglishnounSize.UK dialectal
male ferretbuckEnglishverbTo swell out.UK dialectal intransitive
male given nameHabakkukEnglishnameA prophetic book in the Old Testament of the Bible, one of the minor prophets; or the eighth part of the Tere Asar in the Jewish Tanakh.
male given nameHabakkukEnglishnameA Jewish prophet of the Old Testament; author of the book that bears his name.
male given nameHabakkukEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew of biblical origin.rare
male given nameLouisEnglishnameA male given name from French.
male given nameLouisEnglishnameA female given nameuncommon
male given nameLouisEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of louis: various gold and silver coins issued by the French kings.hobbies lifestyle numismaticsalt-of historical
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishnounSon of the same parents as another person.
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishnounA male having at least one parent in common with another (see half-brother, stepbrother).
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishnounA male fellow member of a religious community, church, trades union etc.
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishnounA form of address to a man.informal
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishnounA fellow black man.
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishnounSomebody, usually male, connected by a common cause, situation, or affection.
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishnounSomeone who is a peer, whether male or female.
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishnounSomeone who is a kinsman or shares the same patriarch.poetic
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishverbTo treat as a brother.transitive
male having parents in commonbrotherEnglishintjExpressing exasperation.
manሰውAmharicnounmancollective
manሰውAmharicnounmankindcollective
manሰውAmharicnoungentlemancollective
manሰውAmharicpronanybody, somebody, anyone, someone
manሰውAmharicpronnobody, no-one
mannersunderbredEnglishadjOf inferior breeding or upbringing; vulgar, lacking in manners or finesse.
mannersunderbredEnglishadjNot purebred; of an inferior strain.of animals
mannersunderbredEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of underbreedform-of participle past
material recitedrecitationEnglishnounThe act of publicly reciting something previously memorized.countable uncountable
material recitedrecitationEnglishnounThe material recited.countable uncountable
material recitedrecitationEnglishnounA regularly scheduled class, in a school, in which discussion occurs of the material covered in a parallel lecture.countable uncountable
material recitedrecitationEnglishnounA part of a song's lyrics that is spoken rather than sung.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishnounA crowd; a throng; a multitude or great number of people.
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishnounA pile or mass; a collection of things laid in a body, or thrown together so as to form an elevation.
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishnounA great number or large quantity of things.
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishnounA data structure consisting of trees in which each node is greater than all its children.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishnounMemory that is dynamically allocated.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishnounA dilapidated place or vehicle.colloquial
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishnounA lot, a large amountcolloquial
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishverbTo pile in a heap.transitive
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishverbTo form or round into a heap, as in measuring.transitive
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishverbTo supply in great quantity.transitive
memory that is dynamically allocatedheapEnglishadvvery; representing broken English stereotypically or comically attributed to Native Americansnot-comparable offensive possibly
militaryinteroperabilityEnglishnounThe capability of a product or system, to interact and function with others reciprocally.countable uncountable
militaryinteroperabilityEnglishnounThe capacity for a service, piece of equipment etc., to be operated by different forces or groups.government military politics warcountable uncountable
music: rapid reiteration of the same soundrepercussionEnglishnounA consequence or ensuing result of some action.countable uncountable
music: rapid reiteration of the same soundrepercussionEnglishnounThe act of driving back, or the state of being driven back; reflection; reverberation.countable uncountable
music: rapid reiteration of the same soundrepercussionEnglishnounRapid reiteration of the same sound.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
music: rapid reiteration of the same soundrepercussionEnglishnounThe subsidence of a tumour or eruption by the action of a repellent.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
music: rapid reiteration of the same soundrepercussionEnglishnounIn a vaginal examination, the act of imparting through the uterine wall with the finger a shock to the foetus, so that it bounds upward, and falls back again against the examining finger.medicine obstetrics sciencescountable uncountable
newskawatMalaynounwire
newskawatMalaynounnews, telegramarchaic
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounA hoax, jest, or prank.countable slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounA fraud or sham; (uncountable) hypocrisy.countable slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounA cheat, fraudster, or hypocrite.countable slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounNonsense.slang uncountable
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounA type of hard sweet (candy), usually peppermint flavoured with a striped pattern.Britain countable
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounAnything complicated, offensive, troublesome, unpleasant or worrying; a misunderstanding, especially if trivial.US countable slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounA fight.US countable slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounA gang.US countable dated slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounA false arrest on trumped-up charges.US countable slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishnounThe piglet of the wild boar.countable slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishintjBalderdash!, nonsense!, rubbish!slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishverbTo play a trick on someone, to cheat, to swindle, to deceive.slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishverbTo fight; to act tough.US slang
nonsensehumbugEnglishverbTo waste time talking.obsolete slang
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishadjMade up of multiple parts; composite; not simple.
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishadjNot simple, easy, or straightforward; complicated.
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishadjHaving the form a + bi, where a and b are real numbers and i is (by definition) the imaginary square root of −1.mathematics sciencesof a number
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishadjWhose range is a subset of the complex numbers.mathematical-analysis mathematics sciencesof a function
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishadjWhose coefficients are complex numbers; defined over the field of complex numbers.algebra mathematics sciences
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishadjA curve, polygon or other figure that crosses or intersects itself.geometry mathematics sciences
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounA problem.
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounA network of interconnected systems.
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounA collection of buildings with a common purpose, such as a university or military base.
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounAn assemblage of related things; a collection. / An organized cluster of thunderstorms.
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounAn assemblage of related things; a collection. / A cluster of wildfires burning in the same vicinity.
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounAn assemblage of related things; a collection. / A group of closely related species, often distinguished only with difficulty by traditional morphological methods.biology natural-sciences taxonomy
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounA collection of ideas caused by repressed emotions that leads to an abnormal mental conditionhuman-sciences medicine psychoanalysis psychology sciences
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounA vehement, often excessive psychological dislike or fear of a particular thing.broadly informal
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounA structure consisting of a central atom or molecule weakly connected to surrounding atoms or molecules, as for example coordination complexes in inorganic chemistry and protein complexes in biochemistry.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounA complex number.mathematics sciences
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishnounA multimorphemic word, one with several parts, one with affixes.human-sciences linguistics sciences
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishverbTo form a complex with another substancechemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
not simple; difficult and intricatecomplexEnglishverbTo complicate.transitive
not to be confused withMalaccaEnglishnameA state in western Malaysia.
not to be confused withMalaccaEnglishnameThe capital city of Malacca State, Malaysia.
not to be confused withMalaccaEnglishnameShort for Strait of Malacca.abbreviation alt-of
not to be confused withMalaccaEnglishnounShort for Malacca cane.abbreviation alt-of
of "virgin"nevainīgsLatvianadjinnocent, not guilty (who is not at fault, who has not done anything wrong)
of "virgin"nevainīgsLatvianadjinnocent, harmless (not containing anything dangerous, harmful, or objectionable)
of "virgin"nevainīgsLatvianadjinnocent, pure (without moral blame, morally clear)
of "virgin"nevainīgsLatvianadjvirgin (who has not had sex yet, who is not informed about sex and sexuality)
of a person: background, history, place of origin, ancestryprovenanceEnglishnounPlace or source of origin.countable uncountable
of a person: background, history, place of origin, ancestryprovenanceEnglishnounThe place and time of origin of some artifact or other object. See Usage note below.archaeology history human-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
of a person: background, history, place of origin, ancestryprovenanceEnglishnounThe history of ownership of a work of artart artscountable uncountable
of a person: background, history, place of origin, ancestryprovenanceEnglishnounThe copy history of a piece of data, or the intermediate pieces of data utilized to compute a final data element, as in a database record or web site (data provenance)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
of a person: background, history, place of origin, ancestryprovenanceEnglishnounThe execution history of computer processes which were utilized to compute a final piece of data (process provenance)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
of a person: background, history, place of origin, ancestryprovenanceEnglishnounBackground; history; place of origincountable of a person uncountable
of a person: background, history, place of origin, ancestryprovenanceEnglishverbTo establish the provenance of something
of a reaction: forming intermediates of a metabolic pathwayanapleroticEnglishadjForming intermediates of a metabolic pathway (eg. the tricarboxylic acid cycle).biochemistry biology chemistry microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable of a reaction
of a reaction: forming intermediates of a metabolic pathwayanapleroticEnglishadjFilling up; promoting granulation of wounds or ulcers.medicine sciencesdated not-comparable
of a reaction: forming intermediates of a metabolic pathwayanapleroticEnglishnounA remedy which promotes such granulation.
of a road having an asphalt or a macadamised surfacesealedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of sealform-of participle past
of a road having an asphalt or a macadamised surfacesealedEnglishadjClosed by a seal.not-comparable
of a road having an asphalt or a macadamised surfacesealedEnglishadjPreventing entrance.not-comparable
of a road having an asphalt or a macadamised surfacesealedEnglishadjOf a road: having an asphalt or macadamised surface.not-comparable
of a road having an asphalt or a macadamised surfacesealedEnglishadjNot subclassable; from which one cannot inherit.not-comparable
of a saltdibasicEnglishadj(of an acid) containing two replaceable hydrogen atomschemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable
of a saltdibasicEnglishadj(of a salt) having two atoms of a univalent metalchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjSoft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulp.also figuratively of fruit
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjMatured and smooth, and not acidic, harsh, or sharp.also figuratively of food or drink
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjSoft and easily penetrated or worked; not hard or rigid; loamy.of soil
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjMature; of crops: ready to be harvested; ripe.of leaves poetic usually
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjFruitful and warm.of a place poetic
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjNot coarse, brash, harsh, or rough; delicate, rich, soft, subdued.figuratively of colour usually
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjSenses relating to a person or their qualities. / Well-matured from age or experience; not impetuous or impulsive; calm, dignified, gentle.figuratively
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjSenses relating to a person or their qualities. / Cheerful, genial, jovial, merry; also, easygoing, laid-back, relaxed.figuratively
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjSenses relating to a person or their qualities. / Drunk, intoxicated; especially slightly or pleasantly so, or to an extent that makes one cheerful and friendly.figuratively
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjSenses relating to a person or their qualities. / Pleasantly high or stoned, and relaxed after taking drugs; also, of drugs: slightly intoxicating and tending to produce such effects.US figuratively slang
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishadjPleasing in some way; excellent, fantastic, great.slang
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishnounThe property of being mellow; mellowness.US informal
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishnounA comfortable or relaxed mood.US informal specifically
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishnounAlso main mellow: a close friend or lover.US informal
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo cause (fruit) to become soft or tender, specifically by ripening.transitive
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo cause (food or drink, for example, cheese or wine, or its flavour) to become matured and smooth, and not acidic, harsh, or sharp.transitive
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo soften (land or soil) and make it suitable for planting in.regional transitive
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo reduce or remove the harshness or roughness from (something); to soften, to subdue, to tone down.figuratively transitive
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo cause (a person) to become calmer, gentler, and more understanding, particularly from age or experience.figuratively transitive
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo cause (a person) to become slightly or pleasantly drunk or intoxicated.figuratively transitive
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbFollowed by out: to relax (a person); in particular, to cause (a person) to become pleasantly high or stoned by taking drugs.also figuratively informal reflexive transitive
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo mature and lose its harshness or sharpness.intransitive of food or drink
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo be rendered soft and suitable for planting in.intransitive of soil regional
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo lose harshness; to become gentler, subdued, or toned down.figuratively intransitive
of fruit: soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulpmellowEnglishverbTo relax; in particular, to become pleasantly high or stoned by taking drugs.figuratively followed by out informal intransitive of a person
of or pertaining to the Roman Catholic ChurchRoman CatholicEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Catholic Church and Catholicism.not-comparable
of or pertaining to the Roman Catholic ChurchRoman CatholicEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Latin rite, Latin Church, or Roman Rite of the Catholic Church.not-comparable
of or pertaining to the Roman Catholic ChurchRoman CatholicEnglishnounA person who belongs to the (Roman) Catholic Church.
of or relating to musicmusicalEnglishadjOf, belonging or relating to music, or to its performance or notation.
of or relating to musicmusicalEnglishadjPleasing to the ear; sounding agreeably; having the qualities of music; melodious; harmonious.
of or relating to musicmusicalEnglishadjFond of music; discriminating with regard to music; gifted or skilled in music.
of or relating to musicmusicalEnglishadjPertaining to a class of games in which players move while music plays, but have to take a fixed position when it stops; by extension, any situation where people repeatedly change positions.
of or relating to musicmusicalEnglishnounA stage performance, show or film that involves singing, dancing and musical numbers performed by the cast as well as acting.
of or relating to musicmusicalEnglishnounA meeting or a party for a musical entertainment; a musicale.
of or relating to religious order influenced by himAugustinianEnglishadjof, or relating to St Augustine of Hipponot-comparable
of or relating to religious order influenced by himAugustinianEnglishadjof, or relating to several religious orders influenced by himnot-comparable
of or relating to religious order influenced by himAugustinianEnglishnounA follower of St Augustine or his doctrines, especially on predestination and irresistible grace.
of or relating to religious order influenced by himAugustinianEnglishnounA friar or monk of any Augustinian order.
of peoplegender-freeEnglishadjAgender, being neither male nor female nor any third gender; free of gender.of people
of peoplegender-freeEnglishadjAcceptable for or available to any gender.of words
of peoplegender-freeEnglishadjWhich does not define people in the basis of gender; in which gender is irrelevant to people's lives and choices.of a society
of, pertaining to, or resembling spermspermaticEnglishadjof, pertaining to, or resembling sperm
of, pertaining to, or resembling spermspermaticEnglishadjproducing, conveying or containing sperm; seminiferous
of, pertaining to, or resembling spermspermaticEnglishadjgenerativearchaic
of, pertaining to, or resembling spermspermaticEnglishnounShort for spermatic artery.anatomy medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of archaic
old womancroneEnglishnounAn old woman.archaic
old womancroneEnglishnounAn archetypal figure, a Wise Woman.
old womancroneEnglishnounAn ugly, evil-looking, or frightening old woman; a hag.
old womancroneEnglishnounAn old ewe.obsolete
old womancroneEnglishnounAn old man, especially one who talks and acts like an old woman.obsolete
one of the captives who escaped the fiery furnaceAbednegoEnglishnameAzariah, one of the captives in the Bible who came out of the fiery furnace unharmed.biblical lifestyle religion
one of the captives who escaped the fiery furnaceAbednegoEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
one of the degrees of comparison of an adjectiverelative superlativeEnglishnounthe superlative (a degree of comparison) when it is used to express the highest degree of something in relation to something elsegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
one of the degrees of comparison of an adjectiverelative superlativeEnglishnounIn Greek: one of the degrees of comparison of an adjective, the equivalent in English of the superlative, similar to the comparative superlative used in Spanish. Compare with absolute superlative.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
one who constructsconstructorEnglishnounA person who, or thing that, constructs.
one who constructsconstructorEnglishnounA company or individual who builds racing vehicles. In Formula One, constructor status is strictly defined by the rules, but in other motorsports the term is merely a descriptor. Depending on the racing rules, some constructors (e.g. Cosworth) may provide vehicles to racing teams who are not themselves constructors, while others are both teams and constructors (Ducati Corse, Scuderia Ferrari).automotive transport vehicles
one who constructsconstructorEnglishnounA class method that creates and initializes each instance of an object.
open the mouth and take a deep breathyawnEnglishverbTo open the mouth widely and take a long, rather deep breath, often because one is tired or bored, and sometimes accompanied by pandiculation.intransitive
open the mouth and take a deep breathyawnEnglishverbTo say while yawning.
open the mouth and take a deep breathyawnEnglishverbTo present a wide opening; gape.
open the mouth and take a deep breathyawnEnglishverbTo open the mouth, or to gape, through surprise or bewilderment.obsolete
open the mouth and take a deep breathyawnEnglishverbTo be eager; to desire to swallow anything; to express desire by yawning.obsolete
open the mouth and take a deep breathyawnEnglishnounThe action of yawning; opening the mouth widely and taking a long, rather deep breath, often because one is tired or bored.
open the mouth and take a deep breathyawnEnglishnounA particularly boring event.colloquial
operated by the means specifiedoperatedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of operateform-of participle past
operated by the means specifiedoperatedEnglishadjoperated by the means specified e.g. a battery-operated toyin-compounds
operated by the means specifiedoperatedEnglishadjhaving undergone an operation
orderDesmidialesTranslingualnameThe desmids / A taxonomic order within the class Charophyceae.
orderDesmidialesTranslingualnameThe desmids / A taxonomic order within the class Conjugatophyceae.
outer part面子Chinesenounouter part; outside; face
outer part面子Chinesenounreputation; face; self-respect
outer part面子Chinesenounfeelings; sensibilities
owner of capitalcapitalistEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to, capitalism.
owner of capitalcapitalistEnglishadjSupporting or endorsing capitalism.
owner of capitalcapitalistEnglishadjAmericannonstandard
owner of capitalcapitalistEnglishnounThe owner of a considerable amount of capital; a wealthy person.
owner of capitalcapitalistEnglishnounSomeone whose wealth (capital) is invested in business ventures in order to return a profit.
owner of capitalcapitalistEnglishnounA person who is a supporter of capitalism.
part of a weaponforearmEnglishnounThe part of the arm between the wrist and the elbow.
part of a weaponforearmEnglishnounA section of the weapon between the receiver and the muzzle, used to hold the firearm steady.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
part of a weaponforearmEnglishverbTo arm in preparation.figuratively sometimes transitive
patron, customerguestEnglishnounA recipient of hospitality, especially someone staying by invitation at the house of another.
patron, customerguestEnglishnounA patron or customer in a hotel etc.
patron, customerguestEnglishnounAn invited visitor or performer to an institution or to a broadcast.
patron, customerguestEnglishnounA user given temporary access to a system despite not having an account of their own.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
patron, customerguestEnglishnounAny insect that lives in the nest of another without compulsion and usually not as a parasite.biology natural-sciences zoology
patron, customerguestEnglishnounAn inquiline.biology natural-sciences zoology
patron, customerguestEnglishverbTo appear as a guest, especially on a broadcast.intransitive
patron, customerguestEnglishverbAs a musician: to play as a guest, providing an instrument that a band/orchestra does not normally have in its line up (for instance, percussion in a string band).intransitive
patron, customerguestEnglishverbTo receive or entertain hospitably.obsolete transitive
perceptual disturbance experienced by some migraine sufferersauraEnglishnounDistinctive atmosphere or quality associated with something.
perceptual disturbance experienced by some migraine sufferersauraEnglishnounAn invisible force surrounding a living creature.parapsychology pseudoscience
perceptual disturbance experienced by some migraine sufferersauraEnglishnounPerceptual disturbance experienced by some migraine sufferers before a migraine headache.medicine sciences
perceptual disturbance experienced by some migraine sufferersauraEnglishnounTelltale sensation experienced by some people with epilepsy before a seizure.medicine sciences
person or body approving things without power to change themrubber stampEnglishadjOf a person, organisation, or process, making decisions or approving matters routinely or without real power.figuratively
person or body approving things without power to change themrubber stampEnglishnounA piece of rubber or similar material with a design or text carved or molded for the purpose of transferring ink or dye to imprint that design on another object.
person or body approving things without power to change themrubber stampEnglishnounA person or organisation that approves, routinely or as a formality, matters decided by some other person or organisation.figuratively
person or body approving things without power to change themrubber stampEnglishverbTo process, approve or decide matters routinely rather than through careful consideration.figuratively
person or party that is consultedconsultantEnglishnounA person or party that is consulted.
person or party that is consultedconsultantEnglishnounA person whose occupation is to be consulted for their expertise, advice, service or help in an area or specialty; a party whose business is to be similarly consulted.
person or party that is consultedconsultantEnglishnounA senior hospital-based physician or surgeon who has completed all specialist training and has been placed on the specialist register in their chosen speciality, roughly equivalent to an attending physician in North America.medicine sciencesIreland UK
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishadjpertaining to truth; asserting that something is; affirming
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishadjpertaining to any assertion or active confirmation that favors a particular result
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishadjpositive
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishadjConfirmative; ratifying.
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishadjDogmatic.
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishadjExpressing the agreement of the two terms of a proposition.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishadjpositive; not negativealgebra mathematics sciences
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishnounYes; an answer that shows agreement or acceptance.
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishnounAn answer that shows agreement or acceptance.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishnounAn assertion.obsolete
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishintjYes.
pertaining to truthaffirmativeEnglishintjYes; true; correct.broadcasting government media military politics radio radio-communications warespecially
phylumCharophytaTranslingualnameA taxonomic division within the kingdom Plantae – including the stoneworts.
phylumCharophytaTranslingualnameA taxonomic superphylum within the infrakingdom Streptophyta.
phylumCharophytaTranslingualnameA taxonomic phylum within the superphylum Charophyta.
phylum in SpiraliaNemerteaTranslingualnameMarine worms, including the ribbon worms, bootlace worms, or proboscis worms / A taxonomic phylum within the superphylum Lophotrochozoa.
phylum in SpiraliaNemerteaTranslingualnameMarine worms, including the ribbon worms, bootlace worms, or proboscis worms / A taxonomic phylum within the superphylum Spiralia.
plastic folder, looseleaf binderMappeGermannounportfolio (case; collection)feminine
plastic folder, looseleaf binderMappeGermannounbriefcasefeminine
plastic folder, looseleaf binderMappeGermannounfolderfeminine
plastic folder, looseleaf binderMappeGermannounlooseleaf binderfeminine
play music guided by one's musical earplay by earEnglishverbTo play guided by one's musical ear, rather than from a written score.intransitive of music transitive
play music guided by one's musical earplay by earEnglishverbTo do by guessing, intuition, or trial and error; to react to events as they occur, often with risk of negative outcomes; improviseidiomatic intransitive transitive
plot, schemebruggIcelandicnounplot, schemeneuter no-plural
plot, schemebruggIcelandicnounplotting, machination, schemingneuter no-plural
plot, schemebruggIcelandicnounhomebrew, moonshineneuter no-plural
police jargon: a victim of homicidehomicideEnglishnounThe killing of one person by another, whether premeditated or unintentional.countable uncountable
police jargon: a victim of homicidehomicideEnglishnounA person who kills another.countable
police jargon: a victim of homicidehomicideEnglishnounA victim of homicide; a person who has been unlawfully killed by someone else.law-enforcement policeUS countable jargon
police jargon: a victim of homicidehomicideEnglishnounThe department within a police force that investigates cases of homicide.US uncountable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounThe determination of the relative position of something or someone.countable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounThe relative physical position or direction of something.countable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounThe construction of a Christian church to have its aisle in an east-west direction with the altar at the east end.uncountable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounAn inclination, tendency or direction.countable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounThe ability to orient, or the process of so doing.countable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounAn adjustment to a new environment.countable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounAn introduction to a (new) environment.countable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounAn introduction to a (new) environment. / Events to orient new students at a school; events to help new students become familiar with a school.educationcountable uncountable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounThe direction of print across the page; landscape or portrait.media publishing typographycountable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounEllipsis of sexual orientation.LGBT lifestyle sexualityabbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis uncountable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounThe choice of which ordered bases are "positively" oriented and which are "negatively" oriented on a real vector space.mathematical-analysis mathematics sciencescountable
position relative to compass bearingsorientationEnglishnounThe designation of a parametrised curve as "positively" or "negatively" oriented (or "nonorientable"); the analogous description of a surface or hypersurface.geometry mathematics sciences topologyanalytic countable
privilegeperquisiteEnglishnounAny monetary or other incidental benefit beyond salary.in-plural
privilegeperquisiteEnglishnounA gratuity.
privilegeperquisiteEnglishnounA privilege or possession held or claimed exclusively by a certain person, group or class.
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo act in a manner such that one has fun; to engage in activities expressly for the purpose of recreation or entertainment.intransitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo perform in (a sport); to participate in (a game). / To compete against, in a game.intransitive transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo perform in (a sport); to participate in (a game). / (in the scoring of games and sports) To be the opposing score to.intransitive transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo perform in (a sport); to participate in (a game).intransitive transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo take part in amorous activity; to make love.intransitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo gamble.
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo act as the indicated role, especially in a performance.transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To produce music.intransitive of a music transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To produce music using a musical instrument.especially intransitive of a person transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To produce music (or a specified song or musical style) using (a specified musical instrument).especially intransitive of a person transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To use a device to watch or listen to the indicated recording.ergative intransitive transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To be performed; (or of a film) to be shown.intransitive of a theatrical performance transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To perform in or at; to give performances in or at.intransitive of a theatrical company or band transitive usually
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo produce music or theatre. / To act or perform (a play).intransitive transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / Contrary to fact, to give an appearance of being.copulative
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / To act with levity or thoughtlessness; to trifle; to be careless.intransitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / To act; to behave; to practice deception.intransitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / To bring into sportive or wanton action; to exhibit in action; to execute.transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo behave in a particular way. / To kid; to joke; say something for amusement.intransitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo move in any manner; especially, to move regularly with alternate or reciprocating motion; to operate.intransitive transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo move to and fro.intransitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo put in action or motion.transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo keep in play, as a hooked fish in order to land it.transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishverbTo manipulate, deceive, or swindle someone.colloquial transitive
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounActivity for amusement only, especially among the young.uncountable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounSimilar activity in young animals, as they explore their environment and learn new skills.uncountable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounThe conduct, or course, of a game.uncountable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounAn individual's performance in a sport or game.uncountable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounA short sequence of action within a game.countable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounAn action carried out when it is one's turn to play.countable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounA literary composition, intended to be represented by actors impersonating the characters and speaking the dialogue.countable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounA theatrical performance featuring actors.countable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounAn attempt to move forward, as in a plan or strategy, for example by a business, investor, or political party.countable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounA geological formation that contains an accumulation or prospect of hydrocarbons or other resources.countable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounMovement (of a pattern of light etc.)uncountable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounThe extent to which a part of a mechanism can move freely, as for example lash, backlash, or slack.uncountable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounSexual activity or sexual role-playing.informal uncountable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounAn instance of watching or listening to digital media.countable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounA button that, when pressed, causes media to be played.countable
produce music using a musical instrument (intransitive sense, not affecting a noun)playEnglishnounActivity relating to martial combat or fighting.archaic countable in-compounds uncountable usually
provinceGroningenEnglishnameA city and capital of Groningen, Netherlands.
provinceGroningenEnglishnameA municipality of Groningen, Netherlands.
provinceGroningenEnglishnameA province of the Netherlands.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo cause to revolve by turning over and over; to move by turning on an axis; to impel forward by causing to turn over and over on a supporting surface.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo turn over and over.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo tumble in gymnastics; to do a somersault.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo wrap (something) round on itself; to form into a spherical or cylindrical body by causing to turn over and over.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo bind or involve by winding, as in a bandage; to enwrap; often with up.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo be wound or formed into a cylinder or ball.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo drive or impel forward with an easy motion, as of rolling.ergative
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo utter copiously, especially with sounding words; to utter with a deep sound; — often with forth, or out.ergative
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo press or level with a roller; to spread or form with a roll, roller, or rollers.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo spread itself under a roller or rolling-pin.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo move, or cause to be moved, upon, or by means of, rollers or small wheels.ergative
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo leave or begin a journey.Canada US colloquial intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo compete, especially with vigor.Canada US colloquial intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo beat with rapid, continuous strokes, as a drum; to sound a roll upon.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo apply (one line or surface) to another without slipping; to bring all the parts of (one line or surface) into successive contact with another, in such a manner that at every instant the parts that have been in contact are equal.geometry mathematics sciences
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo turn over in one's mind; to revolve.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo behave in a certain way; to adopt a general disposition toward a situation.US intransitive slang
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo throw dice.dice gamesintransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo roll dice such that they form a given pattern or total.dice gamestransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo create a new character in a role-playing game, especially by using dice to determine properties.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo generate a random number.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo rotate about the fore-and-aft axis, causing its sides to go up and down. Compare pitch.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transportintransitive of an aircraft or vessel
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo travel by sailing.in folk songs intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo beat up; to assault.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo cause to betray secrets or to testify for the prosecution.slang transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo betray secrets.intransitive slang
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo be under the influence of MDMA (a psychedelic stimulant, also known as ecstasy).intransitive slang
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo (cause to) film.intransitive of a camera transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo slip past (a defender) with the ball.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportstransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo have a rolling aspect.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo perform a periodical revolution; to move onward as with a revolution.figuratively intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo move, like waves or billows, with alternate swell and depression.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbto move and cause an effect on someonefiguratively intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo make a loud or heavy rumbling noise.intransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo utter with an alveolar trill.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo enrobe in toilet-paper (as a prank or spectacle).US transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo create a customized version of.transitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo engage in sparring in the context of jujitsu or other grappling disciplines.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports wartransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishverbTo load ocean freight cargo onto a vessel other than the one it was meant to sail on.economics science sciences shipping transportintransitive
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe act or result of rolling, or state of being rolled.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA forward or backward roll in gymnastics; going head over heels. A tumble.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounSomething which rolls. / A heavy cylinder used to break clods.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounSomething which rolls. / One of a set of revolving cylinders, or rollers, between which metal is pressed, formed, or smoothed, as in a rolling mill.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA swagger or rolling gait.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA heavy, reverberatory sound.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe uniform beating of a drum with strokes so rapid as scarcely to be distinguished by the ear.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe oscillating movement of a nautical vessel as it rotates from side to side, about its fore-and-aft axis, causing its sides to go up and down, as distinguished from the alternate rise and fall of bow and stern called pitching; or the equivalent in an aircraft.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transport
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe measure or extent to which a vessel rotates from side to side, about its fore-and-aft axis.nautical transport
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe rotation angle about the longitudinal axis.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounAn instance of the act of rolling an aircraft through one or more complete rotations about its longitudinal axis.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe act of, or total resulting from, rolling one or more dice.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA winning streak of continuing luck, especially at gambling (and especially in the phrase on a roll).
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA training match for a fighting dog.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounAn instance of the act of righting a canoe or kayak which has capsized, without exiting the watercraft, or being assisted.US
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThe skill of righting a canoe or kayak which has capsized, without exiting the watercraft, or being assisted.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounAny of various financial instruments or transactions that involve opposite positions at different expiries, "rolling" a position from one expiry to another.business finance
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounThat which is rolled up.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA document written on a piece of parchment, paper, or other materials which may be rolled up; a scroll.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounAn official or public document; a register; a record.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA catalogue or list, (especially) one kept for official purposes.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical form.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA cylindrical twist of tobacco.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA kind of shortened raised biscuit or bread, often rolled or doubled upon itself; see also bread roll.
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA part; an office; a duty; a role.obsolete
quantity of cloth wound into a cylindrical formrollEnglishnounA measure of parchments, containing five dozen.
quantity taken inintakeEnglishnounThe place where water, air or other fluid is taken into a pipe or conduit; opposed to outlet.countable uncountable
quantity taken inintakeEnglishnounThe beginning of a contraction or narrowing in a tube or cylinder.countable uncountable
quantity taken inintakeEnglishnounThe quantity taken in.countable uncountable
quantity taken inintakeEnglishnounAn act or instance of taking in.countable uncountable
quantity taken inintakeEnglishnounThe people taken into an organisation or establishment at a particular time.countable uncountable
quantity taken inintakeEnglishnounThe process of screening a juvenile offender to decide upon release or referral.countable uncountable
quantity taken inintakeEnglishnounA tract of land enclosed.countable uncountable
quantity taken inintakeEnglishnounAny kind of cheat or imposition; the act of taking someone in.UK countable dialectal uncountable
quantity taken inintakeEnglishverbTo take in or draw in; to bring in from outside.
related to epigeneticsepigeneticEnglishadjOf or relating to epigenesis.biology chemistry genetics geography geology medicine mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
related to epigeneticsepigeneticEnglishadjOf or relating to epigenetics.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo remove something from a wall or similar vertical surface to which it is fixed.
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo remove something from a hanging position.
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo remove something from a website.
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo write down as a note, especially to record something spoken.
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo remove a temporary structure such as scaffolding.
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo lower an item of clothing without removing it.
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo arrest someone or to place them in detention.
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo swallow.
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo defeat; to destroy or kill (a person).
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo force one’s opponent off their feet in order to transition from striking to grappling in jujitsu, mixed martial arts, etc.
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo collapse or become incapacitated from illness or fatigue.colloquial intransitive
remove a temporary structure such as scaffoldingtake downEnglishverbTo reduce.transitive
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishadjHaving the faculty of sensation; pertaining to the senses.
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishadjResponsive to stimuli.
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishadjEasily offended, upset, or hurt.of a person
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishadjCapable of offending, upsetting, or hurting.of an issue usually
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishadjMeant to be concealed or kept secret.
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishadjBeing aware of the feelings of others and taking care not to offend them.
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishadjImportant, intricate, and requiring great delicacy.
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishadjAccurate; able to register small changes in some property.of an instrument
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishadjHaving paranormal abilities that can be controlled through mesmerism.archaic
responsive to stimulisensitiveEnglishnounA person with a paranormal sensitivity to something that most cannot perceive.
resurrection in a Christian contextanastasisEnglishnouna recovery from a debilitating condition, especially irradiation of human tissue
resurrection in a Christian contextanastasisEnglishnounrebirth
resurrection in a Christian contextanastasisEnglishnounresurrection, especially the resurrection of Jesus ChristChristianity
retrieverlabradoriFinnishnounLabrador retriever
retrieverlabradoriFinnishnounlabradoritechemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences
rhythm of poetrymeterEnglishnounA device that measures things. / A parking meter or similar device for collecting payment.countable uncountable
rhythm of poetrymeterEnglishnounA device that measures things. / One who metes or measures.countable dated uncountable
rhythm of poetrymeterEnglishnounThe base unit of length in the International System of Units (SI), conceived as 1/10,000,000 of the distance from the North Pole to the Equator, and now defined as the distance light will travel in a vacuum in 1/299,792,458 seconds.US countable uncountable
rhythm of poetrymeterEnglishnounThe overall rhythm of a song or poem; particularly, the number of beats in a measure or syllables in a line.US countable uncountable
rhythm of poetrymeterEnglishnounThe overall rhythm of a song or poem; particularly, the number of beats in a measure or syllables in a line. / A poem.US countable obsolete uncountable
rhythm of poetrymeterEnglishnounA line above or below a hanging net, to which the net is attached in order to strengthen it.US countable uncountable
rhythm of poetrymeterEnglishverbTo measure with a metering device.
rhythm of poetrymeterEnglishverbTo imprint a postage mark with a postage meter.
rhythm of poetrymeterEnglishverbTo regulate the flow of or to deliver in regulated amounts (usually of fluids but sometimes of other things such as anticipation or breath).
ritual with religious significanceceremonyEnglishnounA ritual, with religious or cultural significance.countable uncountable
ritual with religious significanceceremonyEnglishnounAn official gathering to celebrate, commemorate, or otherwise mark some event.countable uncountable
ritual with religious significanceceremonyEnglishnounA formal socially established behaviour, often in relation to people of different ranks; formality.uncountable
ritual with religious significanceceremonyEnglishnounShow of magnificence, display, ostentation.uncountable
ritual with religious significanceceremonyEnglishnounAn accessory or object associated with a ritual.countable obsolete uncountable
ritual with religious significanceceremonyEnglishnounAn omen or portent.countable obsolete uncountable
roguebad eggEnglishnounSomeone whose behaviour is reprehensible or irresponsible; a rogue.Britain US idiomatic
roguebad eggEnglishnounAn egg that has gone bad; a rotten egg.
rudeαγενήςGreekadjrude, impolite, uncivil (bad-mannered)
rudeαγενήςGreekadjbase (as in base metal), nonprecious (metals such as lead, copper)
seeαγριόκυκνοςGreeknounwhooper swan, Cygnus cygnus
seeαγριόκυκνοςGreeknounwild swanbroadly
seeαετονύχηςGreeknounsharp operator, cunning cheat
seeαετονύχηςGreeknoungrasping person
seeαλάδωτοςGreekadjunoiled, oilless (food)
seeαλάδωτοςGreekadjunlubricated, ungreased (machinery)
seeαλάδωτοςGreekadjunbribedfiguratively
seeαλατώδηςGreekadjsalty (in taste)
seeαλατώδηςGreekadjsalty (containing much salt)
seeζάχαροGreeknoundiabetesmedicine sciences
seeζάχαροGreeknounAlternative form of σάκχαρο (sákcharo)chemistry medicine natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesalt-of alternative
sentimental fondness or affectionsoft spotEnglishnounA sentimental fondness or affection.idiomatic
sentimental fondness or affectionsoft spotEnglishnounA point of vulnerability in a defence.
sentimental fondness or affectionsoft spotEnglishnounA fontanelle.
set fire totorchEnglishnounA stick with a flame on one end, used chiefly as a light source; a similarly shaped implement with a replaceable supply of flammable material.
set fire totorchEnglishnounA portable light source powered by electricity; a flashlight.Commonwealth
set fire totorchEnglishnounAn arsonist.US
set fire totorchEnglishnounA blowtorch or oxy-gas torch.
set fire totorchEnglishnounA torch drive ("a spacecraft engine which produces thrust by nuclear fusion").literature media publishing science-fiction
set fire totorchEnglishverbTo set fire to, especially by use of a torch (flaming stick).
set fire totorchEnglishverbTo travel in a spacecraft propelled by a torch drive ("a spacecraft engine which produces thrust by nuclear fusion").literature media publishing science-fiction
set of teeth or notchesserrationEnglishnounThe state of being serrated.uncountable
set of teeth or notchesserrationEnglishnounA set of teeth or notches.countable
set of teeth or notchesserrationEnglishnounOne of the teeth in a serrated or serrate edge.countable
severala number ofEnglishphraseSeveral.
severala number ofEnglishphraseSeveral of.
shameless and undisguisedbald-facedEnglishadjHaving white markings on the face.of an animal
shameless and undisguisedbald-facedEnglishadjShameless and undisguised.figuratively
shaped like an almondamygdaloidEnglishadjShaped like an almondnot-comparable
shaped like an almondamygdaloidEnglishadjRelating to the amygdalaanatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
shaped like an almondamygdaloidEnglishnounA variety of trap or basaltic rock, containing small cavities, occupied, wholly or in part, by nodules or geodes of different minerals, especially agates, quartz, calcite, and the zeolites. When the imbedded minerals are detached or removed by decomposition, it is porous, like lava.countable uncountable
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishadjSharp to the taste; acid; sour.
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishadjhigh or too high in acidity.of wine
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishadjSharp; keen; severe.figuratively
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishnounA type of small open pie, or piece of pastry, now typically containing jelly (US) / jam (UK) or conserve, or sometimes other fillings (chocolate, custard, egg, butter, historically even meat or other savory fillings).
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishnounA melt (block of wax for use in a tart burner).
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishnounA prostitute.Britain slang
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishnounAny woman with loose sexual morals.Britain broadly derogatory slang
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishverbTo practice prostitution.
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishverbTo practice promiscuous sex.
sharp (figuratively)tartEnglishverbTo dress garishly, ostentatiously, whorishly, or sluttily.
similar regionionosphereEnglishnounThe part of the Earth's atmosphere beginning at an altitude of about 50 kilometers (31 miles) and extending outward 500 kilometers (310 miles) or more.
similar regionionosphereEnglishnounThe similar region of the atmosphere of another planet.
sleeppad outEnglishverbTo add something extra to something to make it appear more substantial.idiomatic
sleeppad outEnglishverbTo sleep or go to bed.idiomatic slang
something left overoddmentEnglishnounA part of something that is left over, such as a piece of cloth.
something left overoddmentEnglishnounSomething that does not match the things it is with or cannot easily be categorized; a miscellaneous item.
something left overoddmentEnglishnounAn item that was originally part of a set but is sold individually; an excess item of stock.business commerce
something left overoddmentEnglishnounA part of a book that is not a portion of the text, such as the title, index, etc. (usually plural).media printing publishing
something left overoddmentEnglishnounA person who does not fit in with others or is considered to be strange in some way.
something left overoddmentEnglishnounA varied collection (of items).
something left overoddmentEnglishnounA remaining number or amount (after a calculation).
something left overoddmentEnglishnounSomething strange or unusual.
something or someone of any valueassetEnglishnounA thing or quality that has value, especially one that generates cash flows.
something or someone of any valueassetEnglishnounA thing or quality that has value, especially one that generates cash flows. / Any item recorded on the left-hand side of a balance sheet.accounting business finance
something or someone of any valueassetEnglishnounAny component, model, process or framework of value that can be leveraged or reused.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences software
something or someone of any valueassetEnglishnounAn intelligence asset.espionage government military politics war
something or someone of any valueassetEnglishnounA woman's breasts or buttocks or a man's genitalia.plural-normally slang
sovereign or independent countryfree countryEnglishnounA country that protects the civil liberties of its citizens; a country whose government is not despotic.
sovereign or independent countryfree countryEnglishnounA sovereign or independent country.
spectaclesglassesEnglishnounplural of glassform-of plural
spectaclesglassesEnglishnounSpectacles, frames bearing two lenses worn in front of the eyes.plural plural-only
spectaclesglassesEnglishnounField glasses; binoculars.plural plural-only
spectaclesglassesEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of glassform-of indicative present singular third-person
spigottapEnglishnounA tapering cylindrical pin or peg used to stop the vent in a cask.
spigottapEnglishnounA device used to dispense liquids.
spigottapEnglishnounLiquor drawn through a tap; hence, a certain kind or quality of liquor.
spigottapEnglishnounA place where liquor is drawn for drinking.
spigottapEnglishnounA device used to cut an internal screw thread. (External screw threads are cut with a die.)engineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciences
spigottapEnglishnounA connection made to an electrical or fluid conductor without breaking it.
spigottapEnglishnounAn interception of communication by authority.
spigottapEnglishnounA device used to listen in secretly on telephone calls.
spigottapEnglishnounA procedure that removes fluid from a body cavity.medicine sciencesinformal
spigottapEnglishnounThe situation where a borrowing government authority issues bonds over a period of time, usually at a fixed price, with volumes sold on a particular day dependent on market conditions.business finance
spigottapEnglishverbTo furnish with taps.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo draw off liquid from a vessel.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo deplete, especially of a liquid via a tap; to tap out.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo exploit.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo place a listening or recording device on a telephone or wired connection.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo intercept a communication without authority.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo cut an internal screw thread.engineering mechanical mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencestransitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo turn or flip a card or playing piece to remind players that it has already been used that turn (by analogy to "tapping," in the sense of drawing on to the point of temporary exhaustion, the resources or abilities represented by the card).card-games gamestransitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo cadge, borrow or beg.informal transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo drain off fluid by paracentesis.medicine sciencesinformal
spigottapEnglishverbTo advance someone for a post or job, or for membership of a club.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo arrest.slang transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo strike lightly.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo touch one's finger, foot, or other body parts on a surface (usually) repeatedly.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo make a sharp noise.
spigottapEnglishverbTo operate an electronic device (e.g. a mobile phone) by tapping a specific place on its (capacitive or other) touch screen.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo designate for some duty or for membership, as in 'a tap on the shoulder'.
spigottapEnglishverbTo have sexual intercourse with.slang transitive vulgar
spigottapEnglishverbTo submit to an opponent by tapping one's hand repeatedly.
spigottapEnglishverbTo force (an opponent) to submit.transitive
spigottapEnglishverbTo put a new sole or heel on.
spigottapEnglishnounA gentle or slight blow; a light rap; a pat.
spigottapEnglishnounEllipsis of tap dance.dance dancing hobbies lifestyle sportsabbreviation alt-of ellipsis
spigottapEnglishnounThe act of touching a touch screen.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
spigottapEnglishnounA piece of leather fastened upon the bottom of a boot or shoe in repairing or renewing the sole or heel.
spigottapEnglishnounA signal, by drum or trumpet, for extinguishing all lights in soldiers' quarters and retiring to bed; usually given about a quarter of an hour after tattoo.government military politics war
spigottapEnglishnounA consonant sound made by a single muscle contraction, such as the sound [ɾ] in the standard American English pronunciation of body.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
spigottapEnglishnounShort for tap of work.abbreviation alt-of
spigottapEnglishnounAn Indian malarial fever.
stream; currentfordEnglishnounA location where a stream is shallow and the bottom has good footing, making it possible to cross from one side to the other with no bridge, by walking, riding, or driving through the water; a crossing.
stream; currentfordEnglishnounA stream; a current.
stream; currentfordEnglishverbTo cross a stream using a ford.
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishnounA string or flat strip of pasta or other dough, usually cooked (at least initially) by boiling, and served in soup or in a dry form mixed with a sauce and other ingredients.plural-normally
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishnounAn object which is long and thin like a noodle (sense 1).broadly
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishnounAn object which is long and thin like a noodle (sense 1). / Short for pool noodle (“a long, slender tube or rod, extruded from buoyant foam and usually brightly coloured, used as an exercise tool or toy in swimming pools”).abbreviation alt-of broadly informal
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishnounA dumpling cooked by boiling and served in soup; a knaidel or knödel.archaic
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishnounA person with poor judgment; a fool.dated informal
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishnounThe brain; the head.informal slang
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo fool or trick (someone).obsolete transitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo engage in frivolous behaviour; to fool around or waste time.Britain dialectal informal intransitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo hum or sing (a tune) at a low pitch or volume.Shetland intransitive transitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo play (a musical instrument or passage of music) or to sing (a passage of music) in an improvisatory or lighthearted manner; also, to play (a series of ornamental notes) on an instrument.transitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo ponder or think about (something).US informal transitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo play a musical instrument or to sing in an improvisatory or lighthearted manner; also, to play a series of ornamental notes on an instrument.intransitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo ponder or think, especially in an unproductive or unsystematic manner; to muse.US informal intransitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo attempt in an informal or uncertain manner; to fiddle.US informal intransitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbOften followed by about or around: to mess around, to play.US informal intransitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishnounAn improvised passage of music played on an instrument; also, a series of ornamental notes played on an instrument; a trill.
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo search (mullock (“mining or ore processing waste”)) for opals.Australia transitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo obtain (an opal) by searching through mullock.Australia transitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo clear extraneous material from (an opal).Australia also figuratively transitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo search mullock for opals; to fossick.Australia intransitive
string or flat strip of pasta or other doughnoodleEnglishverbTo catch (fish (usually very large catfish), turtles, or other aquatic animals) with the hands; also, to catch (fish) using a gaff or fishing spear; to gaff.fishing hobbies lifestyletransitive
sudden arrival of idea etc. — see also light-bulb momentlight bulbEnglishnounAn evacuated glass bulb containing a metal filament which is heated by electrical resistance to produce light.
sudden arrival of idea etc. — see also light-bulb momentlight bulbEnglishnounAn article that resembles such a bulb and converts electricity to light by any process.broadly
sudden arrival of idea etc. — see also light-bulb momentlight bulbEnglishnounUsed in reference to the sudden arrival of a realization, an inspiration, an idea, or the like.figuratively
surroundencompassEnglishverbTo form a circle around; to encircle.transitive
surroundencompassEnglishverbTo include within its scope; to circumscribe or go round so as to surround; to enclose; to contain.transitive
surroundencompassEnglishverbTo include completely; to describe fully or comprehensively.transitive
surroundencompassEnglishverbTo go around, especially, to circumnavigate.transitive
sweet甜美Chineseadjdeliciously sweetof taste
sweet甜美Chineseadjhappy; pleasant; (of voice, appearance, etc.) sweetfiguratively of life
team sporthandballEnglishnounA team sport where two teams of seven players each (six players and a goalkeeper) pass and bounce a ball trying to throw it in the goal of the opposing team.uncountable
team sporthandballEnglishnounThe medium-sized inflated ball used in this sport.countable
team sporthandballEnglishnounThe offence of a player other than the goalkeeper touching the ball with the hand or arm on the field during play.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportscountable
team sporthandballEnglishnounA sport in which players alternately strike the ball against a wall with their hand. Irish and American variants have slightly different rules.Ireland US uncountable
team sporthandballEnglishnounThe small rubber ball used in this sport.US countable
team sporthandballEnglishnounAn act of passing a football by holding it with one hand and hitting it with the other.countable
team sporthandballEnglishnounA schoolyard game in which a tennis ball is struck with the hand, played on a improvised court on the asphalt or pavement.Australia uncountable
team sporthandballEnglishverbTo manually load or unload a container, trailer, or to otherwise manually move bulk goods (often on pallets) from one type of transport receptacle to another.
team sporthandballEnglishverbTo illegally touch the ball with the hand or arm.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
team sporthandballEnglishverbTo (legally) pass a football by holding it with one hand and hitting it with the other.
team sporthandballEnglishverbTo insert a hand into someone's anus.lifestyle sexualityslang
technical devicereplicatorEnglishnounSomething capable of self-replication, like a gene or meme.
technical devicereplicatorEnglishnounA technological device that replicates physical objects.literature media publishing science-fiction
the act of one who scroungescroungingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of scroungeform-of gerund participle present
the act of one who scroungescroungingEnglishnounThe act of one who scrounges.
the act of one who scroungescroungingEnglishnounMaterial that has been scrounged.in-plural
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishnounA mass, assemblage, or sum of particulars; something consisting of elements but considered as a whole.countable uncountable
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishnounA mass formed by the union of homogeneous particles; – in distinction from a compound, formed by the union of heterogeneous particles.countable uncountable
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishnounA set (collection of objects).mathematics sciencescountable obsolete uncountable
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishnounThe full chromatic scale of twelve equal tempered pitches.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishnounThe total score in a set of games between teams or competitors, usually the combination of the home and away scores.hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishnounCrushed stone, crushed slag or water-worn gravel used for surfacing a built-up roof system.business construction manufacturing roofingcountable uncountable
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishnounSolid particles of low aspect ratio added to a composite material, as distinguished from the matrix and any fibers or reinforcements; especially the gravel and sand added to concrete.countable uncountable
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishnounAny of the five attributes that constitute the sentient being.Buddhism lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishnounA mechanical mixture of more than one phase.countable uncountable
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishadjFormed by a collection of particulars into a whole mass or sum; collective; combined; added up.
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishadjConsisting or formed of smaller objects or parts.
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishadjFormed into clusters or groups of lobules.
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishadjComposed of several florets within a common involucre, as in the daisy; or of several carpels formed from one flower, as in the raspberry.biology botany natural-sciences
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishadjHaving the several component parts adherent to each other only to such a degree as to be separable by mechanical means.
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishadjUnited into a common organized mass; said of certain compound animals.
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishverbTo bring together; to collect into a mass or sum.transitive
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishverbTo add or unite (e.g. a person), to an association.archaic transitive
the full chromatic or the set of all twelve pitch classesaggregateEnglishverbTo amount in the aggregate to.transitive
the major key with G as its tonicG majorEnglishnounThe major key with the notes G, A, B, C, D, E, F♯, the key signature of which has one sharp.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
the major key with G as its tonicG majorEnglishnounThe major chord with a root of G.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
the price for which an item should be bought or soldbook valueEnglishnounThe value of an asset as reflected on an entity's accounting books, without accounting for appreciation or depreciation.countable uncountable
the price for which an item should be bought or soldbook valueEnglishnounThe price for which an item or service should be bought or sold, usually as related in a printed collection of prices for similar items or services.countable uncountable
the signing of one's namesubscriptionEnglishnounAccess to a resource for a period of time, generally for payment.countable uncountable
the signing of one's namesubscriptionEnglishnounThe formal acceptance of something, especially when verified with a signature.countable uncountable
the signing of one's namesubscriptionEnglishnounThe signing of one's name.countable uncountable
the signing of one's namesubscriptionEnglishnounContributing or promising to contribute money to a common fund.countable uncountable
third cousin族弟Chinesenounthird cousin (great-grandfather's brother's great-grandson younger than oneself)
third cousin族弟Chinesenouna kinsmen (of the same clan) who is slightly junior to oneselfarchaic
to achieve without fuss, or without outside helpmanageEnglishverbTo direct or be in charge of.transitive
to achieve without fuss, or without outside helpmanageEnglishverbTo handle or control (a situation, job).transitive
to achieve without fuss, or without outside helpmanageEnglishverbTo handle with skill, wield (a tool, weapon etc.).transitive
to achieve without fuss, or without outside helpmanageEnglishverbTo succeed at an attempt in spite of difficulty.intransitive
to achieve without fuss, or without outside helpmanageEnglishverbTo achieve (something) without fuss, or without outside help.intransitive transitive
to achieve without fuss, or without outside helpmanageEnglishverbTo manage to say; to say while fighting back embarrassment, laughter, etc.transitive
to achieve without fuss, or without outside helpmanageEnglishverbTo train (a horse) in the manège; to exercise in graceful or artful action.transitive
to achieve without fuss, or without outside helpmanageEnglishverbTo treat with care; to husband.obsolete transitive
to achieve without fuss, or without outside helpmanageEnglishverbTo bring