Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

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SensetextWordLanguagePart-of-speechGlossTopicsTags
-lingOld Englishsuffixadverbial suffix denoting direction, state or positionmorpheme
-lingOld Englishsuffixsuffix used in forming personal nounsmorpheme
-lingOld Englishsuffixsuffix forming diminutivesmorpheme
-lingOld Englishsuffixdynasty, lineagemorpheme
-uttaaFinnishsuffixForms causative, curative, or factitive verbs from verbs.morpheme
-uttaaFinnishsuffixForms factitive verbs from nominals.morpheme
-uttaaFinnishsuffixVariant of -ttaa with a frequentative nuance, especially used for onomatopoeic or sound-symbolic verbs.alt-of alternative morpheme
Portuguesesuffixforms the third-person singular future indicative form of verbsmorpheme
PortuguesesuffixApocopic form of -ar; used preceding the pronouns lo, la, los or lasabbreviation alt-of apocopic morpheme
PortuguesesuffixAlternative form of -ar in any positionBrazil alt-of alternative morpheme proscribed
-ονAncient Greeksuffixinflection of -ος (-os): / accusative masculine singularaccusative masculine morpheme singular
-ονAncient Greeksuffixinflection of -ος (-os): / nominative/accusative/vocative neuter singularaccusative morpheme neuter nominative singular vocative
-ονAncient Greeksuffixnominative/accusative/vocative neuter singular of -ων (-ōn)accusative form-of morpheme neuter nominative singular vocative
-वत्Sanskritsuffix-ful, richmorpheme
-वत्Sanskritsuffixas, like; having the qualities ofmorpheme
AntigoneaLatinnamea town of Chaonia situated on the river Aousdeclension-1
AntigoneaLatinnamea town of Macedonia situated between Aeneia and Pallenedeclension-1
AntigoneaLatinnamea town of Paeonia situated between Stena and Stobideclension-1
AntigoneaLatinnameA city in Syria situated on the river Orontesdeclension-1
BEnglishcharacterThe second letter of the English alphabet, called bee and written in the Latin script.letter uppercase
BEnglishnumThe ordinal number second, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called bee and written in the Latin script.alt-of number ordinal uppercase
BEnglishnounThe number of balls faced by a batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
BEnglishnounThe quantity one billion (1,000,000,000), usually used to signify a sum of money
BEnglishnounThe grade of pencil that makes darker marks than grade HB but lighter marks than grade 2B; a pencil with soft lead.Britain
BEnglishnounBishopboard-games chess games
BEnglishnounBass.entertainment lifestyle music
BEnglishnounBitch.euphemistic
BEnglishsuffixa suffix -(V)ble (-ible, -able.)morpheme
BEnglishnounA personality type of someone who is relaxed and easygoing and able to engage in leisure activities without worrying about work.
BEnglishnounAn academic grade, better than a C and worse than an A
BEnglishnounSignifies a second-tier or second class of a given commodity, group, or category, as in B-movie, B-list, etc.
BEnglishnounThe alternate or secondary part, as the back side of a phonograph record. Contrasted with A, which is the primary part.
BEnglishnounThe seventh note in the C major scale.entertainment lifestyle music
BEnglishnounA B cell.immunology medicine sciences
BEnglishsymbolbytecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
BEnglishnameA programming language from which C is derived.computer-languages computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
BlinsnEast Central GermannounpancakeErzgebirgisch
BlinsnEast Central Germannoundunce, dimwitErzgebirgisch colloquial
BollGerman Low Germannounbun; rollmasculine
BollGerman Low Germannounbulbbiology botany natural-sciencesmasculine
BombelPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
BombelPolishnamea female surnamefeminine
CaviteEnglishnameA province of the Philippines. Capital: Trece Martires (de facto); Imus (de jure).
CaviteEnglishnameA city in Cavite, Philippines.
CharlevoixEnglishnameA region of Quebec, Canada.
CharlevoixEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Charlevoix County, Michigan, United States.
DohneGermannounsnare, sling, animal trapfeminine
DohneGermannounpiece of wood covering somethingdialectal feminine
DunningEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
DunningEnglishnameA village in Perth and Kinross council area, Scotland (OS grid ref NO0214).countable uncountable
DunningEnglishnameA community area and neighbourhood in Chicago, Illinois, United States.countable uncountable
DunningEnglishnameA village in Blaine County, Nebraska, United States.countable uncountable
EllinikoEnglishnameA city and suburb of Athens in Attica, Greece.
EllinikoEnglishnameAny of numerous villages across Greece including Arcadia.
EmmanuelFrenchnameImmanuelbiblical lifestyle religionmasculine
EmmanuelFrenchnamea male given name from Hebrewmasculine
ErosEnglishnameThe god of love and sexual desire; son of either Erebus and Nyx or Aphrodite and Ares. His Roman counterpart is Cupid.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
ErosEnglishname433 Eros, an asteroid
FATECPortuguesenamea technological college, with various units located in São Paulo, BrazilBrazil feminine
FATECPortuguesenounany of the FATEC unitsBrazil feminine
Foreign SecretaryEnglishnounThe British cabinet minister who heads the Foreign Office and is responsible for Britain's relations and dealings with other countries. Official full title: Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs.government politicsUK
Foreign SecretaryEnglishnounA senior civil servant who conducts and supervises foreign and diplomatic relations.
GAEnglishnameAbbreviation of General American.human-sciences linguistics phonology sciencesEngland abbreviation alt-of
GAEnglishnameAbbreviation of Georgia.US abbreviation alt-of
GAEnglishnameAbbreviation of Goa, a state of India.abbreviation alt-of
GAEnglishnameAbbreviation of German agent A, US designation for the nerve gas tabun.chemistry government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics warabbreviation alt-of
GAEnglishnounInitialism of general availability.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
GAEnglishnounInitialism of general aviation.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable general initialism uncountable
GAEnglishnounInitialism of good article.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
GAEnglishnounInitialism of goal attack.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle netball sportsabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
GAEnglishnounInitialism of genetic algorithm.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
GAEnglishnounInitialism of goals against.hobbies lifestyle sportsabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
GAEnglishnounInitialism of global affairs.government politicsabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
GAEnglishphraseAbbreviation of go ahead.abbreviation alt-of
GarnisonGermannoungarrison (permanent military post)feminine
GarnisonGermannoungarrison (troops stationed at such a post)feminine
GoliathEnglishnameA giant who, according to the Bible, was vanquished in battle with King David.
GoliathEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew
GoliathEnglishnounAny large person or thing; someone or something that is abnormally large or powerful.figuratively
GoliathEnglishnounA very large champagne bottle with the capacity of about 27 liters, equivalent to 36 standard bottles.
GrenvilleEnglishnameA surname.
GrenvilleEnglishnameA civil parish of Queens County, Prince Edward Island, Canada. .
HauptstraßeGermannounmain street, high street (principal street of a town or village)feminine
HauptstraßeGermannounany major street, artery, boulevardfeminine in cities and larger towns
HauptstraßeGermannounSynonym of VorfahrtsstraßeSwitzerland feminine
IarbasLatinnameA king of Numidia, captured in battle by Pompey the Greatdeclension-1
IarbasLatinnameA mythological character of the Aeneid, who fell in love with Didohuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman declension-1
JosephEnglishnameEleventh and favorite son of Jacob, by his wife Rachel.biblical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
JosephEnglishnameThe husband of Virgin Mary.countable uncountable
JosephEnglishnameThe 12th sura (chapter) of the Qur'an.countable uncountable
JosephEnglishnameJoseph of Arimathea; man who donated his own prepared tomb for the burial of Jesus.Christianitycountable uncountable
JosephEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrewcountable uncountable
JosephEnglishnameA surname / An English surname originating as a patronymic.countable uncountable
JosephEnglishnameA surname / A French surname originating as a patronymic.countable uncountable
JosephEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A city in Oregon; named for Nez Perce chief Hinmatóowyalahtq̓it (called "Chief Joseph" in English).countable uncountable
JosephEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A town in Utah; named for Mormon apostle Joseph Angell Young.countable uncountable
JosephEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A ghost town in Idaho; named for Hinmatóowyalahtq̓it (Chief Joseph).countable uncountable
JosephEnglishnounOne whose chastity is above temptation (from the story of Joseph and Potiphar's wife in Genesis xxxix).
KadiGermannounqadi (judge in Islamic law)Islam law lifestyle religionmasculine strong
KadiGermannounany judge or courtbroadly colloquial humorous masculine strong
KananiHawaiiannamea male given name from Hawaiian
KananiHawaiiannamea female given name from Hawaiian
KapampanganKapampangannounthe Kapampangan language, spoken in the Philippines, in particular, Pampanga and Tarlac, both located north of Metro Manila.
KapampanganKapampangannounOne of the native speakers of the Kapampangan language.
KapampanganKapampangannounthe Kapampangan people, in particular, the natives of Pampanga and Tarlac in the island of Luzon in the Philippines.
KapampanganKapampanganadjpertaining to the Kapampangan language or its speakers
KarteGermannouncardfeminine
KarteGermannounmap, chartfeminine
KarteGermannounshort for Speisekarte: menuabbreviation alt-of feminine
KarteGermannounticketfeminine
KarteGermannouncoordinate chartfeminine
KevinFrenchnamea male given name; masculine of Kevinemasculine
KevinFrenchnounA boorish lower-class person of low intellectFrance masculine slang
KhasEnglishnounThe inhabitants of the medieval Khas Kingdom.plural plural-only
KhasEnglishnounA modern-day Nepalese Indo-Aryan ethno-linguistic group.plural plural-only
KhasEnglishnounNative speakers of the Khas-Nepali language.plural plural-only
KiribatiEnglishnameA country consisting mostly of the Gilbert Islands archipelago, located in Micronesia in Oceania. Official name: Republic of Kiribati. Capital and largest city: South Tarawa.
KiribatiEnglishnameThe Micronesian language spoken in Kiribati.
KodexGermannouncode (compilation of written law)lawmasculine strong
KodexGermannouncode (system of unwritten but binding rules)broadly masculine strong
KodexGermannouncodex (book)literature media publishingmasculine strong
KrippeGermannouncrib (feeding trough for animals), mangerfeminine
KrippeGermannounnativity scene, crècheChristianityfeminine
KrippeGermannouncrèche (day nursery)feminine
LeviEnglishnameThe third son of Jacob, by his wife Leah.
LeviEnglishnameOne of the Biblical tribes of Israelites, descended from Levi; the tribe from which priests were selected.
LeviEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
LeviEnglishnameA Jewish surname from Hebrew.
LochielEnglishnameA small town in the Mid North of South Australia.
LochielEnglishnameA rural community south of Winton, Southland, New Zealand.
LochielEnglishnameA small town in Mpumalanga, South Africa.
LochielEnglishnameA ghost town (still populated) and former Mexican border crossing in Santa Cruz County, Arizona, United States.
LochielEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Benton County, Indiana, United States.
LochielEnglishnameA locality in Union County, Pennsylvania, United States.
LochielEnglishnameThe original name of Wheeler, Wisconsin, USA.
Lord be praisedEnglishintjUsed by Christians to thank God.
Lord be praisedEnglishintjExpressing surprised happiness or thankfulness.
LordyEnglishintjExpressing mild emotion, such as exasperation or frustration.
LordyEnglishintjExpressing strong emotion, such as amazement.
MagdalenaSpanishnamea female given name, equivalent to English Magdalenefeminine
MagdalenaSpanishnameA department of Colombiafeminine
MagdalenaSpanishnameA municipality of Sonora, Mexicofeminine
MammiPennsylvania Germannounmom, mother, mafeminine
MammiPennsylvania Germannoungrandmafeminine
McCollumEnglishnameA surname from Irish.countable uncountable
McCollumEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Walker County, Alabama, United States.countable uncountable
MoosesFinnishnameMoses (Biblical figure)
MoosesFinnishnamea male given name of biblical originrare
MützeGermannouncapfeminine
MützeGermannounbonnet, reticulum, the second compartment of the stomach of a ruminantfeminine
Mĩ nguỵVietnamesenounfalse Americans; imperialistscollective
Mĩ nguỵVietnamesenounpeople of Vietnamese descent who supported the Republic of Vietnam during the Vietnam War, especially those who worked in their rankshistory human-sciences sciencescollective derogatory
NuutEstoniannamea male given name, equivalent to English Canute, Swedish Knut, Norwegian Knut, or Danish Knud
NuutEstoniannamea surname
PalakikoHawaiiannamea male given name from English
PalakikoHawaiiannamea surname
PedroIngriannamea male given name, equivalent to English Peter
PedroIngriannamePeter (the Apostle)biblical lifestyle religion
PedroIngriannameFeast of Saints Peter and Paul (feast on 29 June)Christianity
PheraeLatinnamea city of Thessaly and legendary residence of Admetus and Eumelusdeclension-1 feminine plural
PheraeLatinnamea city of Messeniadeclension-1 feminine plural
PohjolaFinnishnameThe Nordic countries.
PohjolaFinnishnameA prominent mythical location in the Finnish national epic Kalevala, typically translated as Northland. It is depicted as the main rival of Kalevala, the home of the heroes of the epic.
PohjolaFinnishnamea Finnish surname
PohjolaFinnishnameAlternative letter-case form of pohjola.alt-of
QupiAlbaniannameinflection of Qup: ## definite nominative ## indefinite dative/ablative / definite nominativedefinite form-of nominative
QupiAlbaniannameinflection of Qup: ## definite nominative ## indefinite dative/ablative / indefinite dative/ablativeablative dative form-of indefinite
QupiAlbaniannamea male surname originating as a patronymic
RayaMalaynamea female given name from Malay
RayaMalaynounEllipsis of Hari Raya Aidilfitri., Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim festival that marks the end of the Ramadan fast.Malaysia abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal
RayaMalaynounany important celebratory occasion of a similar scaleMalaysia informal
ReichsdeutscherGermannounethnic German citizen or resident (male or of unspecified gender)adjectival historical masculine
ReichsdeutscherGermannouninflection of Reichsdeutsche: / strong genitive/dative singulardative feminine genitive singular strong
ReichsdeutscherGermannouninflection of Reichsdeutsche: / strong genitive pluralfeminine genitive plural strong
RundeGermannouna round (of drinks)feminine
RundeGermannouna circle (of friends)feminine
RundeGermannouna round (circular or repetitious route)feminine
RundeGermannouna round (in boxing, in a card game, etc.)feminine
SapphoEnglishnameAn Ancient Greek female name, particularly borne by a poetess from Lesbos who lived between 630 and 570 BC (exact dates unknown).
SapphoEnglishname80 Sappho, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
SapphoEnglishnameA female given name from Ancient Greek.rare
SchatzGermannountreasuremasculine strong
SchatzGermannoundarling, sweetheart, honeymasculine strong
SchrankGermannouncabinet (storage closet either separate from, or built into, a wall), or (specifically): / cupboard (cabinet, often built into a wall, with shelves intended for storage)masculine strong
SchrankGermannouncabinet (storage closet either separate from, or built into, a wall), or (specifically): / wardrobe, closet (cupboard or cabinet designed for storing clothes)masculine strong
SchrankGermannouncabinet (storage closet either separate from, or built into, a wall), or (specifically): / bookcase (piece of furniture for the storage and display of books)masculine strong
SchrankGermannounlocker (storage compartment with a lock)masculine strong
SchweinchenGermannounDiminutive of Schwein, piggydiminutive form-of neuter strong
SchweinchenGermannounjack-ballneuter strong
SinnbildGermannounsymbol, allegoryneuter strong
SinnbildGermannounemblem, ensignneuter strong
SinnbildGermannounsymbolneuter strong
SoHoEnglishnounAcronym of small office, home office.abbreviation acronym alt-of
SoHoEnglishnameA neighborhood of Manhattan, New York.
SoHoEnglishnameA neighbourhood of Central district, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong.
SoziusGermannounpillion (second saddle on a motorcycle; person riding in the pillion)hobbies lifestyle motorcyclingmasculine strong
SoziusGermannounpartnerlawmasculine strong
ToledoCebuanonameToledo (a city in Cebu, Philippines)
ToledoCebuanonamea surname from Spanish
ToledoCebuanonameToledo (a city in Castile-La Mancha, Spain).
TurkmenEnglishnounA person from Turkmenistan or of Turkmen descent.countable
TurkmenEnglishnounA Turkic language of the Turkmen spoken mostly in Turkmenistan.uncountable
TurkmenEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Turkmenistan, the Turkmen people or the Turkmen language.not-comparable
TurkmenEnglishnounplural of Turkmanform-of plural proscribed
WarchalaPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
WarchalaPolishnamea female surnamefeminine
WotanGermannameWoden/Odin, a deity of the old Germanic religion, and of modern German reconstructions of this religionmasculine proper-noun strong
WotanGermannamea male given name from the Germanic languagesmasculine proper-noun strong
X factorEnglishnounAn unknown or hard-to-define influence; a factor with unknown or unforeseeable consequences.idiomatic
X factorEnglishnounA special talent, ability or quality or its indefinable cause.idiomatic
X factorEnglishnounProthrombinase, also called factor X.
X factorEnglishnounThe proportionality constant which converts CO emission line brightness to molecular hydrogen mass.astrophysics
XinzhouEnglishnameA prefecture-level city in Shanxi, China.
XinzhouEnglishnameA district of Shangrao, Jiangxi, China.
XinzhouEnglishnameA district of Wuhan, Hubei, China.
ZweiteilerGermannounbikinimasculine strong
ZweiteilerGermannountwo-piece suitmasculine strong
ZweiteilerGermannountwo-parterbroadcasting media televisionmasculine strong
abolicjonizmPolishnounabolitionism (support for the abolition of something; the tenets of abolitionists)lawinanimate masculine
abolicjonizmPolishnounabolitionism (support for the abolition of slavery)historical inanimate masculine
absentowaćPolishverbto be absentdated imperfective in Middle Polish absentować impf or pf reflexive with się or in Middle Polish intransitive
absentowaćPolishverbto avoidMiddle Polish imperfective in Middle Polish absentować impf or pf reflexive with się
absentowaćPolishverbto release oneself from a duty or tasklawMiddle Polish imperfective in Middle Polish absentować impf or pf reflexive with się
absolutCatalanadjabsolute
absolutCatalanadjabsolutegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
absolverPortugueseverbto absolve
absolverPortugueseverbto acquitlaw
absolverPortugueseverbto forgive
acerbEnglishadjSour, bitter, and harsh to the taste, such as unripe fruit.archaic
acerbEnglishadjSharp and harsh in expressing oneself.archaic figuratively
acro-Englishprefixsharpmorpheme
acro-Englishprefixtipmorpheme
acro-Englishprefixextremitymorpheme
acro-Englishprefixpeakmorpheme
acteMiddle EnglishnounAn act; an action.
acteMiddle EnglishnounA written record of acts.
acteMiddle EnglishnounA law; a statute.
acteMiddle Englishnounaction, functionmedicine pathology sciences
acteMiddle Englishnounactualitywith in or into
adversidadePortuguesenounadversity (state of being adverse)feminine uncountable
adversidadePortuguesenounadversity (an adverse event)feminine
affingoLatinverbto add to; to attach or affixconjugation-3
affingoLatinverbto embellishconjugation-3
affingoLatinverbto forge or counterfeitconjugation-3
afturhaldIcelandicnounconservatismneuter no-plural
afturhaldIcelandicnounreactionneuter no-plural
ahmiaFinnishverbto wolf down, eat quickly, gulp, gobble, hog, stuff oneself with (without regard for table manners)transitive
ahmiaFinnishverbto consume some media in a binge; to read a book through; to binge-watch a series etc.figuratively transitive
aieptaRomanianverbto throwconjugation-1 regional
aieptaRomanianverbto rush, dashconjugation-1 regional
aieptaRomanianverbto seduce, allure, corruptconjugation-1 rare
aituMaorinounatua of disaster and deathhuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciences
aituMaorinoundemons
aituMaorinounsickness
aituMaorinouncalamity, misery
aituMaorinoungrief, sorrow
aituMaorinounwoe
aituMaoriadjsorrowful
aituMaoriadjwoeful
akademikusIndonesiannounacademic, academician: senior member of an academy, college, or university.
akademikusIndonesiannounacademic: a person who attends an academy; a person engaged in scholarly pursuits.
almmolašNorthern Samiadjpublic, out in the opennot-comparable
almmolašNorthern Samiadjgeneralnot-comparable
alpacaPortuguesenounalpaca (Vicugna pacos, a camelid of the Andes)feminine
alpacaPortuguesenounalpaca (wool from the alpaca)feminine
alpacaPortuguesenounnickel silver (alloy of copper, zinc and nickel)feminine uncountable
amãreatsãAromaniannounbitternessfeminine
amãreatsãAromaniannounsadnessfeminine
anmälaSwedishverbto report, to notify authorities about (someone or something)
anmälaSwedishverbto sign up (for an activity)
anmälaSwedishverbto make known that one has arrived
anneksNorwegian Nynorsknounan annex (an addition, an extension), more specifically designating a smaller parish annexed to a primary parishneuter
anneksNorwegian Nynorsknounannex buildingneuter
antojarPortugueseverbto put in sighttransitive
antojarPortugueseverbto represent or figure in the imaginationtransitive
antojarPortugueseverbto feel liketransitive
antojarPortugueseverbto present oneself in a certain way, with certain characteristicsreflexive transitive
anziehenGermanverbSenses related to dressing. / to get dressedclass-2 reflexive strong
anziehenGermanverbSenses related to dressing. / to dress (in a specific manner)class-2 reflexive strong
anziehenGermanverbSenses related to dressing. / to put on; to dress oneself inclass-2 often strong transitive with a reflexive dative
anziehenGermanverbSenses related to dressing. / to dress someoneclass-2 strong transitive
anziehenGermanverbSenses related to dressing. / to dress someone inclass-2 strong transitive with an additional dative
anziehenGermanverbto attractclass-2 strong transitive
anziehenGermanverbto attract one anotherclass-2 reflexive strong
anziehenGermanverbto fasten (a screw)class-2 strong transitive
anziehenGermanverbto pull (a lever)class-2 strong transitive
anziehenGermanverbto pull lightlyclass-2 strong transitive
anziehenGermanverbto pull awayclass-2 intransitive of train strong
anziehenGermanverbto speed up; to sprintclass-2 intransitive strong
anziehenGermanverbto climbclass-2 intransitive of rates strong
anziehenGermanverbto be touched by; to care much about; to have oneself be impressed by; to feel responsible forGermany Western class-2 colloquial reflexive regional strong with an indefinite pronoun and von
anziehenGermanverbto draw near, to approach, to come closeclass-2 intransitive strong
anziehenGermanverbto citeclass-2 dated strong transitive
aportowyPolishadjfetch (pet game where an object, such as a stick or ball, is thrown a moderate distance away from the animal, and it is the animal's objective to grab and retrieve)not-comparable relational
aportowyPolishadjapportionment (distribution or allotment in proper shares)lawnot-comparable relational
aportowyPolishadjapport (bject that appears from an unknown source)parapsychology pseudosciencenot-comparable relational
aravduAromanianverbto endure
aravduAromanianverbto have patience
arbhIrishparticleIntroduces an indirect relative clause; past/conditional tense
arbhIrishparticleIntroduces a direct or indirect interrogative; past/conditional tense
arduraBasquenouncare, attentioninanimate
arduraBasquenounresponsibility, diligenceinanimate
arduraBasquenounworry, concerninanimate
arduraBasqueadvoften, usuallyNorthern not-comparable
arméeFrenchnounarmygovernment military politics warfeminine
arméeFrenchnounarmed forcesgovernment military politics warfeminine
arméeFrenchadjfeminine singular of arméfeminine form-of singular
arméeFrenchverbfeminine singular of arméfeminine form-of participle singular
arrimarGalicianverbto addtransitive
arrimarGalicianverbto piletransitive
arrimarGalicianverbto bring closetransitive
arrimarGalicianverbto supporttransitive
arrimarGalicianverbto beatcolloquial transitive
arrimarGalicianverbto live togethercolloquial takes a reflexive pronoun
arrimarGalicianverbto lean, to get neartakes a reflexive pronoun
arrimarGalicianverbto search for support or protectiontakes a reflexive pronoun
arrogoLatinverbto claim as one's own, arrogate to oneself, assumeconjugation-1
arrogoLatinverbto assign, attributeconjugation-1
arrogoLatinverbto confer upon or procure for someoneconjugation-1
arrogoLatinverbto ask or inquire of someone, questionlawconjugation-1
arrogoLatinverbto associate with someone, place by the side of someonelawconjugation-1
arrogoLatinverbto have an erectionconjugation-1 slang vulgar
arrostareItalianverbto shake (a whip, one's tail, etc.) as if waving a rostaarchaic transitive
arrostareItalianverbto drive away (mosquitoes, flies, etc.) with a rosta, or with the handsarchaic transitive
attachEnglishverbTo fasten, to join to (literally and figuratively).transitive
attachEnglishverbTo adhere; to be attached.intransitive
attachEnglishverbTo come into legal operation in connection with anything; to vest.
attachEnglishverbTo win the heart of; to connect by ties of love or self-interest; to attract; to fasten or bind by moral influence; with to.
attachEnglishverbTo connect, in a figurative sense; to ascribe or attribute; to affix; with to.
attachEnglishverbTo take, seize, or lay hold of.obsolete
attachEnglishverbTo arrest, seize.lawobsolete
autophonyEnglishnounThe unusually loud hearing of a person's own voice, breathing or other self-generated sounds.uncountable
autophonyEnglishnounAn auscultatory process which consists of noting the tone of the observer's own voice, while he speaks, holding his head close to the patient's chest.medicine sciencesuncountable
avaritiaLatinnounA greedy desire for possessions or gain; avarice, greed, greediness, covetousness, rapacity.declension-1
avaritiaLatinnounEagerness for food, gluttony, voracity.declension-1
avaritiaLatinnounStinginess, niggardliness, miserliness, meanness.declension-1
averEnglishverbTo assert the truth of (something); to affirm (something) with confidence; to declare (something) in a positive manner.intransitive transitive
averEnglishverbTo justify or prove (an allegation or plea that one has made).lawintransitive transitive
averEnglishverbTo avouch, prove, or verify the existence or happening of (something), or to offer to do so.obsolete transitive
averEnglishnounA beast of burden; chiefly a workhorse, but also a working ox or other animal.Britain archaic dialectal
averEnglishnounAn old, useless horse; a nag.Northern-England Scotland archaic dialectal
avhoppareSwedishnoundefectorcommon-gender
avhoppareSwedishnoundropoutcommon-gender
ayıqAzerbaijaniadjsober
ayıqAzerbaijaniadjconscious
ayıqAzerbaijaniadjawake
ayıqAzerbaijaniadjvigilant, watchful
azzerareItalianverbto zero, to reset, to cleartransitive
azzerareItalianverbto wipe outtransitive
bacachIrishadjlame
bacachIrishadjhalting
bacachIrishnounlame personmasculine
bacachIrishnounbeggarmasculine
bachallOld Irishnounstafffeminine
bachallOld Irishnounshepherd's crookfeminine
bachallOld IrishnouncrosierChristianityfeminine
bachallOld Irishnounholy orders, ordination, calling, pilgrimageChristianityfeminine figuratively
bachallOld Irishnounhurley-stickfeminine
bachallOld Irishnouncurl, tressfeminine
backbenchEnglishadjrelating to the back benches in parliamentnot-comparable
backbenchEnglishadjPertaining to the preparation of a donor organ prior to transplantation.not-comparable
backbenchEnglishadjSecondary or inactive.not-comparable
backbenchEnglishnounA bench at the back of a room or seating area. / In a house of legislature following the model of the Westminster system (such as the UK House of Commons), any bench behind either of the front benches and occupied by rank-and-file members.government politicsNew-Zealand UK attributive often
backbenchEnglishnounA bench at the back of a room or seating area. / The back row of a classroom.
backbenchEnglishnounA bench at the back of a room or seating area. / The back pew of a church.
backbenchEnglishnounA bench at the back of a room or seating area. / A back bench in a courtroom.
backbenchEnglishnounA bench at the back of a room or seating area. / The back seat of an automobile, van, or bus.
backbenchEnglishnounA bench at the back of a room or seating area.
backbenchEnglishnounA position of secondary importance.
backbenchEnglishnounA group of top-level journalists who jointly review submissions and decide on the layout and emphasis of the newspaper.media publishing
badScottish Gaelicnounplace, spotmasculine
badScottish Gaelicnountuft, bunchmasculine
badScottish Gaelicnounflock, groupmasculine
badScottish Gaelicnounthicket, clump (of trees)masculine
bahuIndonesiannounshoulderanatomy medicine sciences
bahuIndonesiannounvillage chief assistant, kepala dusun (Java)
bahuIndonesiannounedge of musical percussion instrument that takes the form of a flat, circular metal disc which is hit with a mallet, such as gong (the shoulder of the instrument).entertainment lifestyle musicfiguratively
bahuIndonesiannounmany
baincFranc-Comtoisnounbenchmasculine
baincFranc-Comtoisnounbankmasculine
baisierOld Frenchverbto kiss
baisierOld Frenchnouna kiss
balancerFrenchverbto swing (“to do a reciprocating movement”)reflexive
balancerFrenchverbto swing (“to ride on a swing”)reflexive
balancerFrenchverbto balance (“make the credits and debits of (an account) correspond”)Quebec
balancerFrenchverbto denounce (“to make a formal or public accusation against”), to rat outFrance slang
balancerFrenchverbto toss (“to throw”)informal
balancerFrenchverbto throw away (“to discard”)informal
balkonowyPolishadjbalcony, balconic (an accessible structure extending from a building, especially outside a window)architecturenot-comparable relational
balkonowyPolishadjbalcony, balconic (an accessible structure overlooking a stage or the like)not-comparable relational
batang tigulangCebuanoadjprecocious
batang tigulangCebuanonouna precocious child
batoBikol Centralnounkidneyanatomy medicine sciences
batoBikol Centralnounrock; stone
batoBikol Centralnouncue ball
bergtaNorwegian Nynorskverblure people into the mountainshuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesof supernaturals
bergtaNorwegian Nynorskverbenthrall, make spellbound
bezwerenDutchverbto control, to subduetransitive
bezwerenDutchverbto enchant, to cast a spell overtransitive
bezwerenDutchverbto swear to uphold or observetransitive
bezwerenDutchverbto swear about the truth of (by or as if by oath)transitive uncommon
bezwerenDutchverbto try to influence, especially in order to avert, by means of wards or spellstransitive
biassesEnglishnounplural of biasform-of plural
biassesEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of biasform-of indicative present singular third-person
billarSpanishnounbilliardsmasculine
billarSpanishnounpool (game)masculine
billarSpanishnounan establishment accommodating billiard tables; a billiard roommasculine
biometrieCzechnounbiometrics (measurement of biological data)feminine
biometrieCzechnounbiometrics (measurement for personal identification)feminine
bisexualitetSwedishnounbisexualitycommon-gender of humans or animals
bisexualitetSwedishnounbisexuality (having both male and female reproductive organs)biology botany natural-sciencescommon-gender
bizarreFrenchadjbizarre, odd, strange, funny
bizarreFrenchadjpeculiar, quaint
bizonyságHungariannounevidence, proofcountable literary uncountable
bizonyságHungariannountestimonyarchaic countable uncountable
bizonyságHungariannouncertainty, assurancearchaic countable uncountable
boireannachScottish Gaelicadjfemalefeminine
boireannachScottish Gaelicnounwomanmasculine
boireannachScottish Gaelicnounfemalefeminine masculine
bourre-cochonFrenchnounstodge, stodgy mealinformal masculine
bourre-cochonFrenchnounplace where such meals are servedinformal masculine
branleFrenchnounshake (act of shaking)masculine
branleFrenchnounwank (act of masturbating)masculine slang
branleFrenchnouna sailor's hammock on board a shipnautical transportmasculine
branleFrenchverbinflection of branler: ## first/third-person singular present indicative/subjunctive ## second-person singular imperative / first/third-person singular present indicative/subjunctivefirst-person form-of indicative present singular subjunctive third-person
branleFrenchverbinflection of branler: ## first/third-person singular present indicative/subjunctive ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
braçaCatalannounbreaststrokefeminine
braçaCatalannounbraza, a Spanish brace or fathom, a former unit of lengthfeminine historical
bruidsschatDutchnoundowry (money or goods given to the bridegroom by the bride's parents)masculine
bruidsschatDutchnounbride price, reverse dowry (money or goods given to the bride or her parents by the bridegroom or his parents)biblical lifestyle religionmasculine uncommon
brædanOld Englishverbto make broad, broadentransitive
brædanOld Englishverbto spread, extendtransitive
brædanOld Englishverbto be extended or stretched (over) (+ ġeond)intransitive
brædanOld Englishverbto grow or rise upintransitive
brædanOld Englishverbto roast, broil, warmtransitive
brātiOld Prussiannounbrother (biological brother)masculine
brātiOld Prussiannouncomrade (as in an organisation or religious community)masculine
brīvībaLatviannounfreedom, liberty (situation in which there is no political, social, economical, juridical) subordination, dependence)government political-science politics social-sciencesdeclension-4 feminine
brīvībaLatviannounfreedom, liberty (situation in which a person or animal is not imprisoned)declension-4 feminine
brīvībaLatviannounfreedom, liberty (having no constraints on one's posibilities for moving or acting)declension-4 feminine
brīvībaLatviannounfreedom (the capacity to realize and express one's will, in accordance with the laws of nature)human-sciences philosophy sciencesdeclension-4 feminine
bulanKapampangannounmoon (largest natural satellite of planet Earth)
bulanKapampangannounmoon (any substantially sized natural satellite of a planet)
bulanKapampangannounmonth (period into which a year is divided)
bunitiProto-Slavicverbto excite, to agitateperfective reconstruction
bunitiProto-Slavicverbto buzz, to ring (for sound)perfective reconstruction
cabangMalaynounbranch (of tree)
cabangMalaynounany of the parts of something that divides
cabangMalaynouna location of an organization with several locations
cacúsMacanesenountoilet, latrine
cacúsMacanesenounprivyarchaic
cadabulloGaliciannounheadland, unplowed boundary of a fieldmasculine
cadabulloGaliciannounfurrows made in the extremes of a farm plot, transversally to the other furrowsmasculine
cadabulloGaliciannounclog; lumpmasculine
cadalScottish Gaelicnounverbal noun of caidilform-of masculine noun-from-verb
cadalScottish Gaelicnounsleepmasculine
caller IDEnglishnounThe telephone number and/or name of the originator of an incoming telephone call, displayed on the screen of the telephone or other electronic device receiving the call.countable
caller IDEnglishnounThe service of providing such information, sometimes included in one's standard telephone contract and sometimes available for an extra fee.uncountable
campanetaCatalannounDiminutive of campana (“bell”)diminutive feminine form-of
campanetaCatalannounaltar bellfeminine
campanetaCatalannounuvulaanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
campanetaCatalannouna name given to various species of plants with campanulate flowers, particularly the bellflowers (Campanula sp.) and various species in the morning glory familybiology botany natural-sciencesfeminine
campanetaCatalannounvelvetleaf (Abutilon theophrasti)biology botany natural-sciencesfeminine
camàndulaCatalannouna chaplet consisting of three decadesCatholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicismfeminine
camàndulaCatalannounexcuses, weak explanationsfeminine in-plural
captionEnglishnounThe descriptive heading or title, of a document or part thereof.media publishing typography
captionEnglishnounA title or brief explanation attached to an illustration, cartoon, user interface element, etc.
captionEnglishnounA piece of text appearing on screen as a subtitle or other part of a film or broadcast, describing dialogue (and sometimes other sound) for viewers who cannot hear.broadcasting cinematography film media television
captionEnglishnounThe section on an official paper (for example, as part of a seizure or capture) that describes when, where, and what was taken, found or executed, and who authorized the act.law
captionEnglishnounA seizure or capture, especially of tangible property (chattel).lawobsolete
captionEnglishverbTo add captions to a text or illustration.
captionEnglishverbTo add captions to a film or broadcast.
carbúnculoGaliciannouncarbuncle, garnetmasculine
carbúnculoGaliciannouncarbunclemedicine pathology sciencesmasculine
carbúnculoGaliciannounanthraxmedicine pathology sciencesmasculine
carpirGalicianverbto fluff upbusiness manufacturing textilesdated
carpirGalicianverbto cardbusiness manufacturing textilesdated
carpirGalicianverbto tear off the hair
carpirGalicianverbto weep, to cry, to bewail
carpirGalicianverbto mourn
casqueteGaliciannouncasque, helmetmasculine
casqueteGaliciannounribbon or hood which keeps the fibre wrapped around the distaffmasculine
casqueteGaliciannounpolar ice, polar icecapmasculine
chairEnglishnounAn item of furniture used to sit on or in, comprising a seat, legs or wheels, back, and sometimes arm rests, for use by one person. Compare stool, couch, sofa, settee, loveseat and bench.
chairEnglishnounClipping of chairperson.abbreviation alt-of clipping often with-definite-article
chairEnglishnounThe seating position of a particular musician in an orchestra.entertainment lifestyle music
chairEnglishnounAn iron block used on railways to support the rails and secure them to the sleepers, and similar devices.rail-transport railways transport
chairEnglishnounOne of two possible conformers of cyclohexane rings (the other being boat), shaped roughly like a chair.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
chairEnglishnounEllipsis of electric chair (“device used for performing execution”).abbreviation alt-of ellipsis informal with the
chairEnglishnounA distinguished professorship at a university.education
chairEnglishnounA vehicle for one person; either a sedan borne upon poles, or a two-wheeled carriage drawn by one horse; a gig.
chairEnglishnounThe seat or office of a person in authority, such as a judge or bishop.
chairEnglishverbTo act as chairperson at; to preside over.transitive
chairEnglishverbTo carry in a seated position upon one's shoulders, especially in celebration or victory.transitive
chairEnglishverbTo award a chair to (a winning poet) at a Welsh eisteddfod.UK Wales transitive
chapéuPortuguesenounhat (head covering)masculine
chapéuPortuguesenounumbrellamasculine regional
chapéuPortuguesenounparasolmasculine regional
chapéuPortuguesenouncircumflex accent (the diacritic mark ^)informal masculine
chapéuPortuguesenounchip (a goal by passing the ball over the keeper)ball-games games handball hobbies lifestyle soccer sportsPortugal masculine
chapéuPortugueseintjno-gloss
cildwrnWelshnounhalf-closed hollow of hand, lower side of fistmasculine
cildwrnWelshnountip, gratuity, bribefiguratively masculine
clingenMiddle EnglishverbTo solidify; to adhere as to form a mass.
clingenMiddle EnglishverbTo stick or cling; to be or make oneself adhesive onto something.
clingenMiddle EnglishverbTo reduce, to decrease in size or vitality; to shrivel or whither
clingenMiddle EnglishverbTo shrivel or reduce as to disappear or end.
clingenMiddle EnglishverbTo be scared or frightened; to be struck by terror.
clingenMiddle EnglishverbTo insert oneself into something.rare
cneordlæcanOld Englishverbto be diligent
cneordlæcanOld Englishverbto study
cnáibIrishnounhempfeminine
cnáibIrishnounhemp / hempen, hangman's, ropefeminine
cnáibIrishnouncannabisfeminine
co-hellooderysManxnouncollectivismmasculine
co-hellooderysManxnounco-ownershipmasculine
co-hellooderysManxnouncommunitymasculine
codiceItaliannouncode (all meanings)masculine
codiceItaliannouncodexmasculine
coifferFrenchverbto cover the headtransitive
coifferFrenchverbto give a haircut; to do the hair oftransitive
coifferFrenchverbto do one's own hairreflexive
coinsuranceEnglishnounThe joint assumption of risk between the insurer and the insured party.US countable uncountable
coinsuranceEnglishnounThe joint assumption of risk between multiple insurers.countable uncountable
colonneFrenchnouncolumn, pillar (cylindrical part of a structure, for support)architecturefeminine
colonneFrenchnouncolumn (vertical part of a table or grid)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesfeminine
colonneFrenchnouncolumnjournalism mediafeminine
colonneFrenchnounfileboard-games chess gamesfeminine
competenzaItaliannouncompetencefeminine
competenzaItaliannounjurisdictionfeminine
competenzaItaliannounskillfeminine
complexCatalanadjcomplex, made up of multiple parts; composite; not simple.
complexCatalanadjcomplex, complicated, not simple, easy or straightforward.
complexCatalannounA set of things or parts related to each other; a collection.masculine
complexCatalannounA collection of buildings with a common purpose, such as a set of tourist facilities.masculine
complexCatalannounSet of impulses that act in the unconscious and condition the behavior of the individual.human-sciences medicine psychoanalysis psychology sciencesmasculine
complexCatalannounAn obsessive concern about a particular thing.human-sciences psychology sciencesmasculine
complexCatalannounA chemical compound containing a central electron acceptor, surrounded by a group of electron-donating molecules.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesmasculine
complexCatalannounA complex number.mathematics sciencesmasculine
condorDutchnouncondor, Andean condor, Vultur gryphusmasculine
condorDutchnounCalifornia condor, Gymnogyps californianusmasculine rare
contreureCatalanverbto contract (to acquire)Balearic Central Valencian transitive
contreureCatalanverbto contract (to shorten by omitting letters)grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesBalearic Central Valencian transitive
contreureCatalanverbto contract (to draw together or nearer)Balearic Central Valencian reflexive transitive
converselyEnglishadvWith a reversed relationship.conjunctive not-comparable often
converselyEnglishadvFrom another point of view; on the other hand.broadly conjunctive not-comparable
conveyanceEnglishnounAn act or instance of conveying.countable uncountable
conveyanceEnglishnounAn act or instance of conveying. / A manner of conveying one's thoughts, a style of communication.archaic countable uncountable
conveyanceEnglishnounA means of transporting, especially a vehicle.countable uncountable
conveyanceEnglishnounAn instrument transferring title of an object from one person or group of persons to another.lawcountable uncountable
conveyanceEnglishverbTo transfer (the title) of an object from one person or group of persons to another.lawtransitive
conyo boyEnglishnounA male person who belongs to wealthy English-speaking families.Philippines slang
conyo boyEnglishnounA wealthy male Anglophone person, often raised or living in a subdivision village (gated community).Philippines slang
conyo boyEnglishnounA Spanish mestizo.Philippines dated slang
cornipesLatinadjhoofed, having hoovesdeclension-3 one-termination
cornipesLatinnounA hoofed animal; an ungulate.declension-3
cornipesLatinnouna centaurdeclension-3 metonymically
corridoSpanishadjworld-wise, well-travelled
corridoSpanishadjin a row
corridoSpanishadjdecent, good, generous
corridoSpanishadjlate
corridoSpanishnouna ballad or folk song; a corridoentertainment lifestyle musicMexico masculine
corridoSpanishverbpast participle of correrform-of participle past
corrupiãoPortuguesenouncampo troupial (Icterus jamacaii)Brazil masculine
corrupiãoPortuguesenountroupial (any bird in the genus Icterus)Brazil broadly masculine
corteItaliannouncourtyardfeminine
corteItaliannouncourtfeminine
costeMiddle Frenchnounside (of an object)feminine
costeMiddle Frenchnouncoastbroadly feminine
coucouFrenchnouncuckoo (the bird)masculine
coucouFrenchnouncuckoo (the cry of the bird)masculine
coucouFrenchnouncuckoo clockmasculine
coucouFrenchnouncowslip (flower)masculine
coucouFrenchnounold plane; old crate; rust bucket; any old vehicle, especially one that is ricketyinformal masculine
coucouFrenchintjcuckoo; the call of the cuckoo
coucouFrenchintjhiya, hey; an informal greetingcolloquial
coucouFrenchintjhiya, hey; an informal greeting / (by extension) an informal goodbye, bye-byecolloquial
cruditasLatinnounoverloading of the stomach (indigestion)declension-3
cruditasLatinnounundigested food.broadly declension-3
crueltyEnglishnounAn indifference to suffering or pleasure in inflicting suffering.uncountable
crueltyEnglishnounA cruel act.countable
curcàrisiSicilianverbreflexive of curcariform-of reflexive
curcàrisiSicilianverbto go to bed
curralGaliciannouncorralmasculine
curralGaliciannounyardmasculine
curralGaliciannounbaileymasculine
curralGaliciannounsquare, courtyardmasculine
daavolnaRussenorskadvenough
daavolnaRussenorskadvquite, pretty
darbībaLatviannounaction, activitydeclension-4 feminine
darbībaLatviannoun(arithmetic) operationmathematics sciencesdeclension-4 feminine
ddestinaMalteseverbto intend, to destinate
ddestinaMalteseverbto appoint
delegateEnglishnounA person authorized to act as representative for another; a deputy.
delegateEnglishnounA representative at a conference, etc.
delegateEnglishnounAn appointed representative in some legislative bodies.US
delegateEnglishnounA type of variable storing a reference to a method with a particular signature, analogous to a function pointer.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
delegateEnglishnounA member of a governmental legislature who lacks voting power.
delegateEnglishverbTo commit tasks and responsibilities to others, especially subordinates.intransitive
delegateEnglishverbTo commit (a task or responsibility) to someone, especially a subordinate.transitive
delegateEnglishverb(of a subdomain) To give away authority over a subdomain; to allow someone else to create sub-subdomains of a subdomain of one's own.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet transitive
delitenMiddle EnglishverbTo experience delight or joy; to have enjoyment.intransitive transitive
delitenMiddle EnglishverbTo make someone experience delight or joy; to give enjoyment.intransitive transitive
delitenMiddle EnglishverbTo want to do or enjoy doing something.rare transitive
delişmenTurkishadjspoiled
delişmenTurkishadjirresponsible
delişmenTurkishadjimpulsive
delugeEnglishnounA great flood or rain.
delugeEnglishnounAn overwhelming amount of something; anything that overwhelms or causes great destruction.
delugeEnglishnounA system for flooding or drenching a space, container, or area with water in an emergency to prevent or extinguish a fire.firefighting government
delugeEnglishverbTo flood with water.transitive
delugeEnglishverbTo overwhelm.transitive
deoiseIrishnoundiocese (region administered by a bishop)Catholicism Christianity Protestantism Roman-Catholicismfeminine
deoiseIrishnoundiocese (administrative division of the Roman Empire)feminine historical
deromDanishadvabout the aforementioned
deromDanishadvto the aforementioned place
descendingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of descendform-of gerund participle present
descendingEnglishadjMoving or sloping downwards.not-comparable
descendingEnglishadjOrdered such that each element is less than or equal to the previous element. (of a sequence)not-comparable
descendingEnglishadjOrdered such that each element is less than or equal to the previous element. (of a sequence) / Causing a sequence to follow a descending order.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
descendingEnglishadjBecoming lower in pitch.entertainment lifestyle musicnot-comparable
descendingEnglishnounA descent.
desfidenzaLadinnounmistrustfeminine
desfidenzaLadinnounvote of no confidencefeminine
desfigurarSpanishverbto disfigure, to defacetransitive
desfigurarSpanishverbto distort (e.g. the truth, facts)transitive
desserrerFrenchverbto loosen (knot, belt, etc.)transitive
desserrerFrenchverbto unclench (teeth); relax (grip); release (brakes)transitive
desserrerFrenchverbto space outmedia publishing typographytransitive
desserrerFrenchverbto ease, relaxeconomics science sciencestransitive
desserrerFrenchverbto come loose; to slackenreflexive
dhreeveYolaverbto drive
dhreeveYolanoundrove
diktatNorwegian Bokmålnoundictation, dictatingmasculine
diktatNorwegian Bokmålnouna text which is written after hearingmasculine
diktatNorwegian Bokmålnounan orthography exam in which students write down what the teacher sayseducationmasculine
diktatNorwegian Bokmålnounsomething which is dictated; ordersneuter uncountable
dimidiateEnglishadjDivided into two (equal) halves.not-comparable
dimidiateEnglishadjConsisting of only one half of what the normal condition requires; having the appearance of lacking one half.not-comparable
dimidiateEnglishadjHaving the organs of one side, or half, different in function from the corresponding organs on the other side.not-comparable
dimidiateEnglishverbTo divide into two.transitive
dimidiateEnglishverbTo represent one half of, or undergo dimidiation with.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicstransitive
dimljusSwedishnouna fog light (front)automotive transport vehiclesneuter
dimljusSwedishnouna fog lamp (back)automotive transport vehiclesneuter
divOld Czechnounamazement, astonishmentinanimate masculine
divOld Czechnounthat which causes astonishment / strange matter, an unusual story, that arouses wonder, amazementinanimate masculine
divOld Czechnounthat which causes astonishment / that which arouses wonder, astonishment, amazement, an astonishing actbiblical lifestyle religioninanimate masculine
divOld Czechnounwonder, miracle, amazing featinanimate masculine
divOld Czechnounsign (manifestation, etc. serving as confirmation of something)inanimate masculine
divisjonNorwegian Bokmålnoundivision (arithmetic, process of dividing)masculine
divisjonNorwegian Bokmålnouna division (business, military, sport)masculine
doczekiwaćPolishverbto wait until a specific expected moment [+genitive] / to wait until a specific expected momentimperfective transitive
doczekiwaćPolishverbto not be able to waitimperfective in the negative reflexive with się
dodecaploidEnglishadjHaving twelve complete sets of chromosomes in a single cell.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
dodecaploidEnglishnounA cell that has twelve complete sets of chromosomes.biology natural-sciences
dodecaploidEnglishnounAn organism whose cells have twelve complete sets of chromosomes.biology natural-sciences
dolcettoItaliannounDiminutive of dolce: cookie, petit four, treat, sweetdiminutive form-of masculine
dolcettoItaliannoundolcetto (grape and wine from Piedmont)also masculine uncountable
dolinářCzechnounvalley dwelleranimate dialectal masculine
dolinářCzechnounthiefanimate dated masculine
doublyEnglishadvIn a double manner; with twice the severity or degree.not-comparable of degree of relative importance usually
doublyEnglishadvIn two waysnot-comparable
doublyEnglishadvwith duplicitynot-comparable obsolete
drisínIrishnounintestine (of animal)anatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
drisínIrishnoundrisheenmasculine
drisínIrishnounDiminutive of drisdiminutive form-of masculine
drisínIrishnounsmall bramblemasculine
drogariaPortuguesenoundrugstorefeminine
drogariaPortuguesenounpharmacy (place where prescription drugs are sold)dated feminine
drogariaPortugueseverbfirst/third-person singular conditional of drogarconditional first-person form-of singular third-person
drojdieRomaniannoundregsfeminine
drojdieRomaniannounyeastfeminine
druknaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of drukne: / simple pastpast
druknaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of drukne: / past participleparticiple past
duBretonadjblack
duBretonadjswollen
duBretonadjstarved
duBretonnounblackmasculine
duBretonverbthird-person singular present indicative of duañform-of indicative present singular third-person
dysterSwedishadjgloomy, depressed, sad
dysterSwedishadjdark, black
dáiduNorthern Saminounskill
dáiduNorthern Saminounknow-how
délcegHungarianadjstately, martial, shapely (tall, graceful, of confident bearing)literary of a man
délcegHungarianadjstately (tall, shapely, exquisite in appearance, full of fire)literary of an animal
dúsHungarianadjrich, plentiful
dúsHungarianadjthick (of hair), full (of bosom)
eadar-dhealachadhScottish Gaelicnounverbal noun of eadar-dhealaichform-of masculine noun-from-verb
eadar-dhealachadhScottish Gaelicnounseparating, parting, dividingmasculine
eadar-dhealachadhScottish Gaelicnoundistinguishingmasculine
eadar-dhealachadhScottish Gaelicnoundifference, distinctionmasculine
eadar-dhealachadhScottish Gaelicnoundiscrepancymasculine
eadar-dhealachadhScottish Gaelicnoundistancemasculine
eadar-dhealachadhScottish Gaelicnoundivorcingmasculine
eadar-dhealachadhScottish Gaelicnounfactionmasculine
eadar-dhealachadhScottish Gaelicnounseditionmasculine
elevarCatalanverbto elevate, raise, raise upBalearic Central Valencian
elevarCatalanverbto go up, riseBalearic Central Valencian
empacharSpanishverbto obstruct
empacharSpanishverbto pig out, to stuff oneself (with food)colloquial reflexive
enfuriarCatalanverbto infuriate, enragetransitive
enfuriarCatalanverbto become furious, fly into a rageintransitive takes a reflexive pronoun
enfuriarCatalanverbto become rough (of the sea)figuratively intransitive takes a reflexive pronoun
equilibristaCatalannounequilibristby-personal-gender feminine masculine
equilibristaCatalannounbalancerby-personal-gender feminine masculine
equilibristaCatalannountightrope walkerby-personal-gender feminine masculine
esquivamentoPortuguesenounthe avoidance of social contacthuman-sciences psychology sciencesmasculine uncountable
esquivamentoPortuguesenounthe act of avoiding an issuemasculine
expireEnglishverbTo die.intransitive
expireEnglishverbTo lapse and become invalid.intransitive
expireEnglishverbTo come to an end; to conclude.intransitive
expireEnglishverbTo exhale; to breathe out.intransitive transitive
expireEnglishverbTo give forth insensibly or gently, as a fluid or vapour; to emit in minute particles.transitive
expireEnglishverbTo bring to a close; to terminate.transitive
expoundEnglishverbTo set out the meaning of; to explain or discuss at lengthtransitive
expoundEnglishverbTo make a statement, especially at length.intransitive
extensionEnglishnounThe act of extending; a stretching out; enlargement in length, breadth, or time; an increasecountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounThe state of being extendedcountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounThat property of a body by which it occupies a portion of space (or time, e.g. "spatiotemporal extension")countable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounA part of a building that has been extended from the originalcountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounCapacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objects; — correlative of intension.human-sciences linguistics sciences semanticscountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounsemantic widening, broadening of meaninghuman-sciences linguistics sciences semanticscountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounA written engagement on the part of a creditor, allowing a debtor further time to pay a debt.banking business financecountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounThe operation of stretching a broken bone so as to bring the fragments into the same straight line.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounAn exercise in which an arm or leg is straightened against resistance.hobbies lifestyle sports weightliftingcountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounA simple offensive action, consisting of extending the weapon arm forward.fencing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warcountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounA numerical code used to indicate a specific telephone in a telecommunication network.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunicationscountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounA file extension.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounAn optional software component that adds functionality to an application.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounThe set of tuples of values that, used as arguments, satisfy the predicate.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounA kind of derivative morpheme applied to verbs in Bantu languages.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
extensionEnglishnounUniversity programs that are targeted at the broader (usually adults) community whose participants are not full-time enrolled students.educationcountable uncountable
fail fastEnglishverbTo report immediately any condition likely to cause a failure, rather than attempting to continue.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
fail fastEnglishverbTo fail earlier rather than later, thus minimizing the fallout and allowing for timely redeployment of resources to another business case or business model.business
famnSwedishnounthe space between someone's outstretched or embracing arms and their upper body (often with connotations of warmth and togetherness); arms, embracecommon-gender
famnSwedishnounfathom (as a measure of length)nautical transportcommon-gender historical
felhőHungariannouncloud (a visible mass of water droplets suspended in the air)
felhőHungariannouncloud (a group or swarm, especially suspended above the ground or flying)figuratively
felhőHungariannounperilous or concerning phenomenonfiguratively
felhőHungariannouncloud (the Internet, regarded as an abstract amorphous omnipresent space for processing and storage, the focus of cloud computing)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences scienceswith a
fillenLuxembourgishverbto feel, to experiencetransitive
fillenLuxembourgishverbto feelreflexive
flooeyEnglishadjDrunk.dated slang
flooeyEnglishadjCrazy, chaotic, awry.slang
folgarPortugueseverbto have time offintransitive
folgarPortugueseverbto rest, to relaxintransitive
folgarPortugueseverbto rejoice, to have funintransitive
folk musicEnglishnounAny genre of music originating from the ethnic community of a specific region, often passed down through oral tradition, without recorded songwriters and possessing a clear purpose or social function.uncountable usually
folk musicEnglishnounAny contemporary music in the style of traditional folk music, especially a specific genre of originally American popular music that draws on Anglo-American musical forms.uncountable usually
fornicatrixLatinnounfornicator (female), whoredeclension-3
fornicatrixLatinnounprostitutedeclension-3
freesataFinnishverbSynonym of kuullottaa (“to sweat”)cooking food lifestyle
freesataFinnishverbto refresh, freshen up, revitalize; especially the looks of somethinginformal
furcularEnglishadjShaped like a fork; furcatenot-comparable
furcularEnglishadjRelating to a furculaanatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
futaSwahiliverbto abolish, delete, remove, obliterate
futaSwahiliverbto wipe clean
fácilPortugueseadjeasy (requiring little skill or effort)feminine masculine
fácilPortugueseadjwhich is understood at no cost; simplefeminine masculine
fácilPortugueseadjwho has an affable attitude; accessiblefeminine masculine of a person
fácilPortugueseadjwho collaborates docilely; conciliatoryfeminine masculine of a person
fácilPortugueseadjthat it is comfortable; convenientfeminine masculine
fácilPortugueseadjthat arises spontaneouslyfeminine masculine
fácilPortugueseadjthat shows little reflection; thoughtless; precipitate; frivolousfeminine masculine
fácilPortugueseadjshallow; simplisticfeminine masculine
fácilPortugueseadjthat has little valuefeminine masculine
fácilPortugueseadjwhat can happen; possiblefeminine masculine
fácilPortugueseadjwho accepts intimate involvement easilyderogatory feminine masculine
féconderFrenchverbto fecundatetransitive
féconderFrenchverbto fertilizetransitive
féconderFrenchverbto impregnatetransitive
gaLombardadvthere (in the expression of "there be")Eastern-Lombard
gaLombardpronhim; her/it (dative case)Eastern-Lombard feminine masculine
gaLombardpronthem (dative case)Eastern-Lombard feminine masculine
garaItaliannouncompetition (the act of competing)feminine
garaItaliannouncompetition; contest; event; racehobbies lifestyle sportsfeminine
garnisounMiddle EnglishnounA garrison (troops stationed at a military post)Late-Middle-English
garnisounMiddle EnglishnounA fort; a fortified military post.Late-Middle-English
garnisounMiddle EnglishnounDefence, security.Late-Middle-English figuratively rare
gdzieśPolishpronsomewhere, in some place
gdzieśPolishpronto some place, somewhithercolloquial proscribed
gdzieśPolishpronin questions: anywhere
genugGermandetenough, sufficient, an adequate number or amount ofinvariable
genugGermanpronenough, an adequate number or amountinvariable
genugGermanadvenough, sufficiently, in an adequate way
genugGermanadjenough, sufficient, in an adequate waycolloquial not-comparable
genugGermanintjenough!
geradebiegenGermanverbto straightenclass-2 strong transitive
geradebiegenGermanverbto fix, make rightclass-2 colloquial strong transitive
gezmekTurkishverbto travel
gezmekTurkishverbto wander
gierenDutchverbTo screech, to shriekintransitive
gierenDutchverbTo roar with laughter, to laugh loudly.intransitive
gierenDutchverbto fertilise land with slurry, to spread liquid manureagriculture business lifestyleintransitive
gierenDutchverbto yawnautical transport
gierenDutchnounplural of gierform-of plural
grabberEnglishnounOne who, or that which, grabs or seizes.
grabberEnglishnounA line of dialogue, etc. that captures the viewer's attention.broadcasting film media television
grabberEnglishnounA machine in an amusement arcade containing prizes which the player must attempt to pick up with a mechanical grabbing arm.
gradarPortugueseverbto harrow (plowed land)agriculture business lifestyletransitive
gradarPortugueseverbto surround with grates (to impeded the passage of animals)agriculture business lifestyletransitive
gradarPortugueseverbto grow upintransitive
gradarPortugueseverbto please, to satisfytransitive
gregoPortugueseadjGreek (of or relating to Greece)
gregoPortuguesenounGreek (person from Greece)masculine
gregoPortuguesenounGreek (Indo-European language spoken in Greece and Cyprus)masculine uncountable
gregoPortuguesenounGreek (incomprehensible speech or jargon)colloquial masculine
gregoPortugueseverbfirst-person singular present indicative of gregarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
greixoneraCatalannoundripping pan, roasting panfeminine
greixoneraCatalannouncassoleMallorca feminine
greixoneraCatalannounA type of stew.feminine
greixoneraCatalannounA type of bread pudding.feminine
grundlagDanishnounbasisneuter
grundlagDanishnounfoundationneuter
grundlagDanishnoungroundingneuter
grēdagazProto-Germanicadjhungryreconstruction
grēdagazProto-Germanicadjgreedyreconstruction
gutsEnglishnounplural of gutform-of plural
gutsEnglishnounThe entrails or contents of the abdomen.plural plural-only
gutsEnglishnounCourage; determination.broadly informal plural plural-only
gutsEnglishnounContent, substance.informal plural plural-only
gutsEnglishnounThe essential, core parts.informal plural plural-only
gutsEnglishnounOne's innermost feelings.informal plural plural-only
gutsEnglishnounThe ring in the gambling game two-up in which the spinner operates; the centre.Australia New-Zealand plural plural-only
gutsEnglishnounThe center of the field.informal plural plural-only
gutsEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of gutform-of indicative present singular third-person
gutsEnglishverbTo eat greedily.Australia informal
gutsEnglishverbTo show determination or courage (especially in the combination guts out).informal
gıcıkTurkishadjtickle
gıcıkTurkishadjannoying (person)
hackerPortuguesenounhacker (one who is expert at programming and solving problems with a computer)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesby-personal-gender feminine masculine
hackerPortuguesenounhacker (one who uses a computer to gain unauthorised access to data)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesby-personal-gender feminine masculine
hanaTuamotuannounday (as contrasted with ruki (night))
hanaTuamotuannounsun
hanaTuamotuanverbwarm (as anything affected by glowing heat)stative
hanaTuamotuanverbto shine (as the sun)intransitive
hanaTuamotuanverbto give forth heat
hari-harianTagalognounfalse king; pseudo-king
hari-harianTagalognouna kind of children's game
hari-harianTagalognounbully
harmónicoPortugueseadjharmonic
harmónicoPortuguesenounharmonic (a component frequency of the signal of a wave)mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences physics sciencesmasculine
heterographyEnglishnounAn incorrect spelling; a spelling different from accepted spelling.countable
heterographyEnglishnounSpelling in which a particular letter represents more than one possible sound.uncountable
hetmanPolishnounqueen (chess piece)board-games chess gamesanimate masculine
hetmanPolishnounCossack military commandergovernment military politics warhistorical masculine person
hetmanPolishnountitle used by the senior military commanders in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth (15th to 18th century)government military politics warhistorical masculine person
hetmanPolishnounany sort of military leadergovernment military politics warMiddle Polish masculine person
hordHungarianverbto carry (repeatedly, regularly, and/or continuously)transitive
hordHungarianverbto wear (regularly)of clothes transitive
horlogeDutchnounwatch (wearable timepiece)Netherlands neuter
horlogeDutchnounany timepiece (watch or clock)Belgium neuter
hundredDanishnumhundred
hundredDanishnouna unit of about one hundredneuter
hussarEnglishnounA member of the national cavalry of Hungary, Croatia and Poland.historical
hussarEnglishnounA member of the light cavalry of any of several European armies.
i-Swahiliprefixit, they; mi class_((IV))/n class_((IX)) subject concordmorpheme
i-Swahiliprefixverb-initial form of -i- (“it, them; mi class_((IV))/n class_((IX)) object concord”)morpheme
ifritEnglishnounA kind of djinn mentioned in the Qur'an.Islam lifestyle religion
ifritEnglishnounA demon, evil spirit, often associated with the underworld.
ifritEnglishnounA species of passerine bird endemic to New Guinea, in full the blue-capped ifrit.
iguaKikuyuverbto hear
iguaKikuyuverbto feel
iguaKikuyuverbto smell (at)
iguaKikuyuverbto obey
ihtiyarTurkishadjold (person)
ihtiyarTurkishadjgeezerderogatory slang
ihtiyarTurkishnounfree will, decideobsolete
imitoiminenFinnishnounverbal noun of imitoidaform-of noun-from-verb
imitoiminenFinnishnounverbal noun of imitoida / imitation
in face ofEnglishprepFace to face.
in face ofEnglishprepDespite.
incocciareItalianverbto run into, to encounter by chancecolloquial transitive
incocciareItalianverbto bump into, to collide withtransitive
incocciareItalianverbto reeve (to thread a rope into a ring or noose)nautical transporttransitive
incocciareItalianverbto happen, to turn out [auxiliary essere] / to happen, to turn outcolloquial intransitive
incocciareItalianverbto get angry, to take offense [auxiliary essere] / to get angry, to take offenseintransitive
incredulusLatinadjunbelieving, disbelieving, incredulousadjective declension-1 declension-2
incredulusLatinadjdisobedientadjective declension-1 declension-2
indirectEnglishadjNot direct / Not of obvious or immediate cause, but as a secondary result
indirectEnglishadjNot direct / Not focused straight at the target or subject, but by more subtle means
indirectEnglishadjNot direct / Not involving the quickest, shortest, or most convenient path
indirectEnglishnounAn indirect cost.business finance
indirectEnglishnounAn indirect radiator
indirectEnglishverbTo access by means of indirection; to dereference.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencestransitive
individuellGermanadjindividual
individuellGermanadjpersonalized
indulgoEsperantonounindulgence
indulgoEsperantonounallowance
inertieFrenchnouninertianatural-sciences physical-sciences physicsfeminine uncountable usually
inertieFrenchnounlack of dynamism or forcefulnessfeminine figuratively uncountable usually
ingeniosidadSpanishnouningenuity, clevernessfeminine
ingeniosidadSpanishnouna clever ideafeminine
istoriaLadinonounhistoryfeminine romanization
istoriaLadinonounstoryfeminine romanization
iylənməkAzerbaijaniverbto smell (to have a particular smell)intransitive
iylənməkAzerbaijaniverbto go bad, spoil (of foods)intransitive
jauNorwegian Nynorskadvyes, in disagreement with the last speaker's negative statement; on the contrary
jauNorwegian Nynorskadvyes or no; expressing doubtcolloquial
jeżyćPolishverbto ruffleimperfective transitive
jeżyćPolishverbto bristle, to horripilateimperfective reflexive with się
jeżyćPolishverbto bristle (to react with fear, suspicion, or distance)figuratively imperfective reflexive with się
jeżyćPolishverbto abound with, to bristle withfiguratively imperfective reflexive with się
jingle-jangleEnglishnounA jingling or jangling sound.
jingle-jangleEnglishnounSomething that makes such sound, such as a trinket or ornament.
jingle-jangleEnglishverbTo make a jingling or jangling sound.intransitive
jizzyEnglishadjCovered with ejaculate.slang
jizzyEnglishadjResembling or having the qualities of semen.slang
juckSwedishnouna pelvic thrust (during sex and otherwise)colloquial neuter
juckSwedishnounpelvic thrusting (during sex and otherwise), humpingcolloquial neuter
județRomaniannouncounty (administrative division in Romania)neuter
județRomaniannounjurisdictionneuter
južinaSerbo-CroatiannounHigh atmospheric pressure and humidity caused by the wind sirocco, notable for the tendency to have negative mood effects.climatology meteorology natural-sciences
južinaSerbo-Croatiannounsiroccometonymically
kastaaIngrianverbto dip (into liquid)transitive
kastaaIngrianverbto moisten (make moist)transitive
kbEnglishsymbolAbbreviation of kbit.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of
kbEnglishsymbolkilobarnatural-sciences physical-sciences physics
kbEnglishnounAbbreviation of kilobase.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of
kbEnglishnounAbbreviation of keyboard.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of
kenningIcelandicnountheoryfeminine
kenningIcelandicnounreligious doctrine, teachingfeminine
kenningIcelandicnounlessonfeminine
kenningIcelandicnounkenning (circumlocution used instead of an ordinary noun in Old Norse, Old English and later Icelandic poetry)communications journalism literature media poetry publishing writingfeminine
kintahNavajonountown
kintahNavajonounstreet
knock overEnglishverbTo bump or strike something in such a way as to tip it
knock overEnglishverbTo rob; to stage a heist of.slang
kringkastaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of kringkaste: / simple pastpast
kringkastaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of kringkaste: / past participleparticiple past
kriteWest Frisiannounsurroundings, environmentcommon-gender
kriteWest Frisiannounarea, regioncommon-gender
kritiProto-Slavicverbto turn, to bend, to twist, to curveperfective reconstruction
kritiProto-Slavicverbto make go round, to put into exchange, to cause to circulateperfective reconstruction
kritiProto-Slavicverbto buy, to purchase, to obtain by commercial exchangeperfective reconstruction
krëndulliAlbaniannounarea thick with dry bushfeminine
krëndulliAlbaniannounthicket of saplings used for tinderfeminine
kuloFinnishnoundry, dead grass from the previous summer
kuloFinnishnounwildfire, grassfire
käsittääFinnishverbto grasp, catch, reacharchaic transitive
käsittääFinnishverbto understand, comprehend, fathomtransitive
käsittääFinnishverbto comprise, consist of, include, encompass, cover, spantransitive
Hawaiianverbto stand, to rise
Hawaiianverbto stop, to halt
Hawaiianverbto anchor, to park
Hawaiianverbto establish
Hawaiiannounstew
kǒngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 値
kǒngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 孔
kǒngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 恐
kǒngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 空
kǒngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 㑋
lagmanSwedishnouna chief judge of a tingsrätt (“district court”) and länsrätt (“county administrative court”)common-gender
lagmanSwedishnounChief Justice (in Finland, the chief judge of a District Court)common-gender
lagmanSwedishnouna president of a city court (in Stockholm, Göteborg, Malmö)common-gender
lagmanSwedishnouna head of division at a court of appealcommon-gender
lagmanSwedishnounlawspeaker, lawmancommon-gender historical
lanchiNormanverbto throwJersey
lanchiNormanverbto launch (a ship)nautical transportJersey
landIcelandicnounland, earth, ground (part of the Earth not under water)neuter uncountable
landIcelandicnouncountrycountable neuter
landIcelandicnouncountryside, countryneuter uncountable
landIcelandicnounland, as a mass noun, measurable in quantityneuter uncountable
landIcelandicnountracts of land, an estatecountable neuter
late antiqueEnglishadjUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see late, antique.
late antiqueEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Late Antiquity (period of history).history human-sciences sciences
lautbarGermanadjsounding aloud, resounding, echoing, reverberatingdated
lautbarGermanadjpublic, open to the public, common, generaldated
leetEnglishnounA portion or list, especially a list of candidates for an office; also the candidates themselves.Scotland
leetEnglishverbsimple past of letform-of obsolete past
leetEnglishnounA regular court, more specifically a court-leet, in which certain lords had jurisdiction over local disputes, or the physical area of this jurisdiction.Britain obsolete
leetEnglishnounThe European pollock.UK
leetEnglishnounA place where roads meet or cross; intersectionobsolete
leetEnglishnounAlternative form of leat (“watercourse”)alt-of alternative
leetEnglishnounAbbreviation of leetspeak.Internet abbreviation alt-of dated uncountable
leetEnglishadjOf or relating to leetspeak.
leetEnglishadjPossessing outstanding skill in a field; expert, masterful.slang
leetEnglishadjHaving superior social rank over others; upper class, elite.slang
leetEnglishadjAwesome, typically to describe a feat of skill; cool, sweet.slang
legerDutchnounarmy, armed forcesneuter
legerDutchnounform (habitation of a hare)neuter
legerDutchnounbed, cribarchaic neuter
legerDutchnounmass, multitudefiguratively neuter
legerDutchnounShort for dijkleger.abbreviation alt-of neuter
legerDutchadjcomparative degree of leegcomparative form-of
legerDutchverbinflection of legeren: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
legerDutchverbinflection of legeren: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
letradoPortugueseadjliterate (able to read, having literacy)
letradoPortugueseadjknowledgeable in literature; well-read
letradoPortugueseadjlearned, erudite
letradoPortuguesenounone who is able to readmasculine
letradoPortuguesenounone who is knowledgeable in literaturemasculine
letradoPortuguesenounone who is learnedmasculine
lexicographic orderEnglishnounFormally, given two partially ordered sets A and B, the order ≤ on the Cartesian product A × B such that (a,b) ≤ (a′,b′) if and only if a < a′ or (a = a′ and b ≤ b′).mathematics sciences
lexicographic orderEnglishnounGiven sets (A₁, A₂, ..., Aₙ) and their total orderings (<₁, <₂, ..., <ₙ), the order <ᵈ of A₁ × A₂ × ... × Aₙ such that (a₁, a₂, ..., aₙ) <ᵈ (b₁,b₂, ..., bₙ) iff (∃m > 0) (∀ i < m) (aᵢ = bᵢ ) and (aₘ <ₘ bₘ )mathematics sciences
lihaiIndonesianadjshrewd.
lihaiIndonesianadjsharp.
likuranTagalognounbackside; place at the side (e.g of a house)
likuranTagalognountail-end
likuranTagalognounbackground
lingIrishverbleap, springintransitive literary transitive
lingIrishverbjump at, attackintransitive transitive
lingIrishverbstart back, shrink away from (with ó (“from”))intransitive transitive
lingsirJavaneseverbdown.
lingsirJavaneseverbfall.
lingsirJavaneseverbsunset.
litheEnglishadjMild; calm.obsolete
litheEnglishadjSlim but not skinny.
litheEnglishadjCapable of being easily bent; flexible.
litheEnglishadjAdaptable.
litheEnglishverbTo become calm.intransitive obsolete
litheEnglishverbTo make soft or mild; soften; alleviate; mitigate; lessen; smooth; palliate.obsolete transitive
litheEnglishverbTo attend; listen, hearken.intransitive obsolete
litheEnglishverbTo listen to, hearken to.transitive
litheEnglishnounShelter.Scotland
litheEnglishverbto thicken (gravy, etc.)Yorkshire archaic dialectal
lordEnglishnounThe master of the servants of a household; (historical) the master of a feudal manor / The male head of a household, a father or husband.archaic obsolete
lordEnglishnounThe master of the servants of a household; (historical) the master of a feudal manor / The owner of a house, piece of land, or other possessionarchaic obsolete
lordEnglishnounOne possessing similar mastery over others; (historical) any feudal superior generally; any nobleman or aristocrat; any chief, prince, or sovereign ruler; in Scotland, a male member of the lowest rank of nobility (the equivalent rank in England is baron) / A feudal tenant holding his manor directly of the kinghistorical
lordEnglishnounOne possessing similar mastery over others; (historical) any feudal superior generally; any nobleman or aristocrat; any chief, prince, or sovereign ruler; in Scotland, a male member of the lowest rank of nobility (the equivalent rank in England is baron) / A peer of the realm, particularly a temporal one
lordEnglishnounOne possessing similar mastery over others; (historical) any feudal superior generally; any nobleman or aristocrat; any chief, prince, or sovereign ruler; in Scotland, a male member of the lowest rank of nobility (the equivalent rank in England is baron) / A baron or lesser nobleman, as opposed to greater onesobsolete uncommon
lordEnglishnounOne possessing similar mastery over others; (historical) any feudal superior generally; any nobleman or aristocrat; any chief, prince, or sovereign ruler; in Scotland, a male member of the lowest rank of nobility (the equivalent rank in England is baron)
lordEnglishnounOne possessing similar mastery in figurative senses (esp. as lord of ~)
lordEnglishnounOne possessing similar mastery in figurative senses (esp. as lord of ~) / A magnate of a trade or profession.
lordEnglishnounThe heavenly body considered to possess a dominant influence over an event, time, etc.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
lordEnglishnounA hunchback.Britain obsolete slang
lordEnglishnounSixpence.Australia Britain obsolete
lordEnglishverbDomineer or act like a lord.intransitive transitive
lordEnglishverbTo invest with the dignity, power, and privileges of a lord; to grant the title of lord.transitive
louxaGaliciannounslatestonefeminine uncountable
louxaGaliciannounflagstonecountable feminine uncountable
louxaGaliciannouna slabfeminine
lujittaminenFinnishnounverbal noun of lujittaaform-of noun-from-verb
lujittaminenFinnishnounverbal noun of lujittaa / firming up, consolidation, strengthening, reinforcement.
luminousEnglishadjEmitting light; glowing brightly; shining.
luminousEnglishadjBrightly illuminated.
luminousEnglishadjClear; enlightening; easy to understand.
luscoGalicianadjone-eyed
luscoGalicianadjcross-eyed
luscoGalicianadjblind
lættaFaroeseverbto lighten (make less heavy)
lættaFaroeseverbto lift or raise a little
lættaFaroeseverbto make easier; to ease; to relieve; to alleviate
lētsLatvianadjcheap (that which can be bought with little money)
lētsLatvianadjcheap (not demanding much money, means, etc. for its realization)
lētsLatvianadjcheap (who works for little pay)
lētsLatvianadjcheap (easy to do, to achieve, and therefore of little value)
lētsLatvianadjcheap, trite (ostentatious, without deeper content)
mSerbo-CroatiancharacterThe 18th letter of the Serbo-Croatian Latin alphabet, preceded by lj and followed by n.letter
mSerbo-Croatiannounmasculine gendergrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
mSerbo-Croatiannounmeter (unit of length)
maalumSwahiliadjspecial, distinguishedinvariable
maalumSwahiliadjfamous, well-knowninvariable
maalumSwahiliadvcertainly
majeranPolishnounmarjoram (plant)archaic inanimate masculine
majeranPolishnounmarjoram (spice)archaic inanimate masculine
make one's bonesEnglishverbTo commit a murder in order to be respected in a criminal gang.
make one's bonesEnglishverbTo establish one's bona fides; to establish status and respect.broadly
malhaPortuguesenounmail, chainmailfeminine uncountable
malhaPortuguesenounmesh (structure made of connected strands of metal, fiber, or other flexible/ductile material, with evenly spaced openings between them)feminine
malhaPortuguesenounnetworkfeminine
malhaPortuguesenounknitting; knitwearfashion lifestylefeminine
malhaPortuguesenouna stain in an animal’s furfeminine
malhaPortuguesenouna section of terrain with a different colour than that surrounding itfeminine
malhaPortuguesenouna beatingfeminine
malhaPortuguesenouna game where players have to throw hoops or horseshoes towards a pin on the groundfeminine
malhaPortuguesenouna bop or a banger (good music)Portugal feminine
malhaPortugueseverbinflection of malhar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
malhaPortugueseverbinflection of malhar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
mangarSpanishverbto nick, pinch, swipe, nab (steal)colloquial
mangarSpanishverbto scroungecolloquial
manichéisteFrenchnounManichaeanby-personal-gender feminine masculine
manichéisteFrenchadjManichaean
manongTagalognounterm of address for an elderly man; mistercolloquial
manongTagalognouna male elder; old man
manteauFrenchnouncoatmasculine
manteauFrenchnounmantle (garment worn by Orthodox bishops)masculine
manteauFrenchnounmantlegeography geology natural-sciencesmasculine
manteauFrenchnounmantle (of molluscs)biology natural-sciencesmasculine
manteauFrenchnounpaviliongovernment heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsmasculine
mantecaItaliannounpomade, brilliantinefeminine
mantecaItaliannounpastefeminine
mantecaItalianverbinflection of mantecare: / third-person singular present indicativeindicative present singular third-person
mantecaItalianverbinflection of mantecare: / second-person singular imperativeimperative second-person singular
matteMiddle Englishnounmat (piece of coarse material)
matteMiddle EnglishnounA coarse pad for a bed.rare
mayoría de edadSpanishnouncoming-of-age, coming of agefeminine
mayoría de edadSpanishnounage of majority, majority, legal agelawfeminine
meadow voleEnglishnounA small rodent (Microtus pennsylvanicus), native to the United States.
meadow voleEnglishnounAny vole of the genus Microtus.
medicineEnglishnounA substance which specifically promotes healing when ingested or consumed in some way; a pharmaceutical drug.countable uncountable
medicineEnglishnounAny treatment or cure.broadly countable
medicineEnglishnounThe study of the cause, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of disease or illness.uncountable
medicineEnglishnounThe profession and practice of physicians, including surgeons.uncountable
medicineEnglishnounThe profession and practice of physicians, including surgeons. / The profession and practice of nonsurgical physicians as sometimes distinguished from that of surgeons.historical mainly uncountable
medicineEnglishnounRitual magic used, as by a medicine man, to promote a desired outcome in healing, hunting, or warfare; traditional medicine.uncountable
medicineEnglishnounAmong the Native Americans, any object supposed to give control over natural or magical forces, to act as a protective charm, or to cause healing.countable uncountable
medicineEnglishnounBlack magic, superstition.countable obsolete uncountable
medicineEnglishnounA philter or love potion.countable obsolete uncountable
medicineEnglishnounA physician.countable obsolete uncountable
medicineEnglishnounRecreational drugs, especially alcoholic drinks.countable slang uncountable
medicineEnglishverbTo treat with medicine.obsolete rare
menúSpanishnounmenu (list of foods to be served at a meal)masculine
menúSpanishnounmenu (list of dishes offered at a restaurant)masculine
menúSpanishnounmenu (list from which the operator can select an operation)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesmasculine
mergulharPortugueseverbto submerge (to go down in water)intransitive
mergulharPortugueseverbto dive (to jump into water)intransitive transitive with em
mergulharPortugueseverbto dive (to descend or decrease sharply or steeply)figuratively intransitive
mergulharPortugueseverbto dip (to lower something into a liquid)ditransitive with the indirect object taking em
mergulharPortugueseverbto immerse oneself in (to involve oneself deeply in)figuratively transitive with em
mergulharPortugueseverbto dive (to work as a diver)intransitive
midshipmanEnglishnounAn officer of the lowest rank in several navies; especially, a trainee officer.nautical transport
midshipmanEnglishnounA midshipman fish.
mieszkaćPolishverbto live, to reside (to have permanent or long-term residence; to treat a place as one's long-term place of residence)imperfective intransitive of people
mieszkaćPolishverbto dwell, to live (to have one's habitat somewhere)imperfective intransitive of animals
mieszkaćPolishverbto dwell, to reside (to be felt by most people; to be in the air)imperfective intransitive of emotions usually
mieszkaćPolishverbto pay attention to; to spend time withimperfective intransitive obsolete
mieszkaćPolishverbto lingerimperfective intransitive obsolete
mieszkaćPolishverbto rely, to dependMiddle Polish imperfective intransitive
mieszkaćPolishverbto live (to be alive)Middle Polish imperfective intransitive
mieszkaćPolishverbto remain (to not disappear)Middle Polish imperfective intransitive
mieszkaćPolishverbto remain (to not leave)Middle Polish imperfective intransitive
mieszkaćPolishverbto live under certain conditionsMiddle Polish imperfective intransitive
mieszkaćPolishverbto associate with (to be in someone's company)Middle Polish imperfective intransitive
mieszkaćPolishverbto act according to some regulations, rules, etc.Middle Polish imperfective intransitive
mieszkaćPolishverbto be lateMiddle Polish imperfective intransitive
mieszkaćPolishverbto leave, to neglectMiddle Polish intransitive perfective
milkmanEnglishnounA man who delivers milk to households and sometimes businesses early in the morning.
milkmanEnglishnounA black man who prefers dating white women.US slang
mirodenieRomaniannounspice (of plant origin, for flavoring food)feminine
mirodenieRomaniannouncondimentfeminine
mirodenieRomaniannouna plant of the mustard family (Hesperis tristis), and also (Hesperis matronalis) "night-scented gilliflower"feminine
moNorwegian Nynorsknounmoor, heathmasculine
moNorwegian Nynorsknoundrill groundgovernment military politics warmasculine
moNorwegian Nynorskadjclose, sultry
moNorwegian Nynorskadjtired, weary
moNorwegian Nynorsknoundust (e.g. sawdust)neuter
moNorwegian Nynorsknounchaff (e.g. from hay)neuter
moNorwegian NynorskadvUsed as an intensifier about loneliness
moNorwegian Nynorskverbimperative of moaform-of imperative
mozzaItaliannouna kind of cheesearchaic feminine
mozzaItaliannounSynonym of mozzicone (“end, butt, especially of a cigar”)feminine regional
mozzaItalianverbinflection of mozzare: / third-person singular present indicativeindicative present singular third-person
mozzaItalianverbinflection of mozzare: / second-person singular imperativeimperative second-person singular
neuhaieaghManxadjinsufficient
neuhaieaghManxadjimmoderate
nhpEgyptianverbto leap (+ m-ꜥ: to leap out of reach of, to escape)intransitive
nhpEgyptianverbto pulse, to beatmedicine sciencesintransitive of blood vessels
nhpEgyptianverbto throw downtransitive
nhpEgyptianverbto copulateintransitive of people or bulls
nidíyíliiNavajonounsunflower (Helianthus annuus)
nidíyíliiNavajonounshowy goldeneye (Heliomeris multiflora)
nidíyíliiNavajonounAmerican dogweed (Verbesina encelioides)
nidíyíliiNavajonounNuttall's sunflower (Helianthus nuttallii)
niewrażliwyPolishadjinsensitivenot-comparable
niewrażliwyPolishadjimperviousnot-comparable
nocesFrenchnounplural of nocefeminine form-of plural
nocesFrenchnounweddingfeminine plural plural-only
nordøstNorwegian Bokmåladvnorth-east or northeast (for / of)
nordøstNorwegian Bokmålnounnorth-east or northeast (compass point)indeclinable neuter
nordøstNorwegian Bokmålnouna north-easterly or northeaster (wind from the north-east)masculine
nucleonicsEnglishnounThe study of nucleons, or of atomic nucleinatural-sciences physical-sciences physicsuncountable
nucleonicsEnglishnounnuclear physics or technologyuncountable
oKapampanganconjor
oKapampanganparticlesentence-ending particle used to express warning or to catch someone's attention. See also oy, uy and ay.colloquial
oKapampanganparticleused as a vocative particle to address the topic in question.colloquial
oKapampanganintjexpression of surprise, wonder, amazement, or awe: oh!colloquial
oKapampanganintjused to refer to something given or offered to someone: here you are! here you go!colloquial
obnubilaciónSpanishnouninability to think clearlyfeminine
obnubilaciónSpanishnounclouding of consciousness, a decreased level of alertness, characterised by the ability to respond correctly to complex tasks, but with difficulty; obtundation; obnubilation; brain fogmedicine neuroscience sciencesfeminine
obsonoLatinverbto buy provisions, cater, purvey, provide, shop; purchase something as a provisionconjugation-1
obsonoLatinverbto feast, banquet, treat, furnish an entertainmentbroadly conjugation-1
obsonoLatinverbto cater or provide an appetiteconjugation-1 figuratively
obsonoLatinverbto interrupt by a sound or by speaking, drown outconjugation-1 no-perfect no-supine with-dative
obticescoLatinverbto be struck silentconjugation-3 intransitive no-supine
obticescoLatinverbto be silentconjugation-3 in the perfective tenses intransitive no-supine
obuhvatitiSerbo-Croatianverbto encompass, includetransitive
obuhvatitiSerbo-Croatianverbto come over, overcometransitive
obuhvatitiSerbo-Croatianverbto embrace, put arms aroundtransitive
obwinićPolishverbto blame (to place blame upon)perfective transitive
obwinićPolishverbto blame oneselfperfective reflexive with się
obwinićPolishverbto blame each otherperfective reflexive with się
odiLatinverbto have an aversion towards, to hate, dislikeconjugation-4 forms have present meaning perfect
odiLatinverbto feel reluctant to, to hate to, to be loath toconjugation-4 forms have present meaning perfect with-infinitive
oléSpanishintjan expression of encouragement and approval
oléSpanishverbsecond-person singular voseo imperative of olerform-of imperative second-person singular with-voseo
omnidirectionalEnglishadjIn every direction, especially of a radio system capable of transmitting or receiving signals in all directions, or of a microphone capable of detecting sound from all directions.not-comparable
omnidirectionalEnglishadjHaving a ring-shaped radiation pattern, with equal radiation in all azimuthal directions.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsnot-comparable
omnidirectionalEnglishadjOf such an attack or effect that encompasses all directions.not-comparable rare
ongeaSwahiliverbto speak, to talk
ongeaSwahiliverbto chat, to converse
openingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of openform-of gerund participle present
openingEnglishadjPertaining to the start or beginning of a series of events.not-comparable
openingEnglishadjdescribing the first period of play, usually up to the fall of the first wicket; describing a batsman who opens the innings or a bowler who opens the attackball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable
openingEnglishnounAn act or instance of making or becoming open.
openingEnglishnounA gap permitting passage through.
openingEnglishnounAn act or instance of beginning.
openingEnglishnounSomething that is a beginning. / The first performance of a show or play by a particular troupe.
openingEnglishnounSomething that is a beginning. / The initial period when an art exhibition, fashion show, etc. is first opened, especially the first evening.
openingEnglishnounSomething that is a beginning. / The first few measures of a musical composition.
openingEnglishnounSomething that is a beginning. / The first few moves in a game.
openingEnglishnounA vacant position, especially in an array. / A time available in a schedule.
openingEnglishnounA vacant position, especially in an array. / An unoccupied employment position.
openingEnglishnounA vacant position, especially in an array.
openingEnglishnounAn opportunity, as in a competitive activity.
openingEnglishnounIn mathematical morphology, the dilation of the erosion of a set.mathematics sciences
operistaCatalannounoperatist (composer of operas)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
operistaCatalannounopera singer (performer of operas)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
oranĝokoloraEsperantoadjorange (colour) orange: / orange (colour)
oranĝokoloraEsperantoadjorange (colour) orange: / orange
orazioneItaliannounoration, speechfeminine
orazioneItaliannounprayerlifestyle religionfeminine
orientationEnglishnounThe determination of the relative position of something or someone.countable
orientationEnglishnounThe relative physical position or direction of something.countable
orientationEnglishnounThe construction of a Christian church to have its aisle in an east-west direction with the altar at the east end.uncountable
orientationEnglishnounAn inclination, tendency or direction.countable
orientationEnglishnounThe ability to orient, or the process of so doing.countable
orientationEnglishnounAn adjustment to a new environment.countable
orientationEnglishnounAn introduction to a (new) environment.countable
orientationEnglishnounAn 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
orientationEnglishnounThe direction of print across the page; landscape or portrait.media publishing typographycountable
orientationEnglishnounEllipsis of sexual orientation.LGBT lifestyle sexualityabbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis uncountable
orientationEnglishnounThe choice of which ordered bases are "positively" oriented and which are "negatively" oriented on a real vector space.mathematical-analysis mathematics sciencescountable
orientationEnglishnounThe 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
ornamentaçãoPortuguesenounornamentation (the act or process of decorating)feminine
ornamentaçãoPortuguesenounornamentation; decoration; adornment; embellishmentfeminine
pak-pêngMin Nannounthe northern areas; the northPOJ
pak-pêngMin Nannounthe north sidePOJ
panahonCebuanonounweather
panahonCebuanonounseason
panahonCebuanonounperiod of time
panahonCebuanonouninstant of time
pang-Tagalogprefixforms nouns indicating a tool or an instrument that is used to perform the action expressed by the rootmorpheme
pang-Tagalogprefixforms relational adjectives indicating use or purposeadjectival morpheme prefix
pang-TagalogprefixUsed to form ordinal numbersmorpheme ordinal prefix
pang-Tagalogprefixan action or a practice associated with the thing or action expressed by the rootmorpheme with syllable reduplication
parafkaPolishnouninitials on an official documentfeminine
parafkaPolishnouncheck, check mark (mark used as an indicator)feminine
passage houseEnglishnounAn outbuilding used for the passage of feces: an outhouse.obsolete rare
passage houseEnglishnounA building providing transportation across a passage: a ferryhouse.archaic rare
pauncherMiddle Englishnounbelt, girdlerare
pauncherMiddle Englishnounpaunce (piece of armour)rare
pikëlAlbaniannounsmall dot, spot, freckle, mole, birthmarkfeminine
pikëlAlbaniannounfallen grain (falls from a tree when it ripens too much or bc of worms)feminine
pikëlAlbaniannounspeck, specklefeminine
pinoFinnishnounstack, pile
pinoFinnishnounstackcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
piszczećPolishverbto squeak (to emit a short, high-pitched sound)imperfective intransitive
piszczećPolishverbto squeak (to speak or sound in a high-pitched manner)imperfective intransitive
piszczećPolishverbto make soundsimperfective intransitive of pipe instruments
piszczećPolishverbto complain about something or demand something in a squeaky, crying mannercolloquial imperfective intransitive
piszczećPolishverbto play a pipe instrumentimperfective intransitive of pipe instruments
pittaciumLatinnounlabel, ticket on a wine bottle or amphoraLate-Latin declension-2 neuter
pittaciumLatinnounlabel, ticket for publicity of a right to enter to or use a placeLate-Latin declension-2 neuter
pittaciumLatinnouna public proclamation, announcementLate-Latin declension-2 figuratively neuter
pittaciumLatinnouna directory, index, registerLate-Latin declension-2 neuter
pittaciumLatinnouna writ or document attesting the conclusion of an agreement of any kindLate-Latin declension-2 neuter
pittaciumLatinnouna writ or document confirming the receival of a performance, a quittanceLate-Latin declension-2 neuter
pittaciumLatinnouna plaster; small piece of linen with salveLate-Latin declension-2 neuter
pittaciumLatinnouna patch on a garmentLate-Latin declension-2 neuter
placeMiddle EnglishnounA place, area or spot; a part of the Earth or universe: / An inhabited place (such as a country, town etc.)
placeMiddle EnglishnounA place, area or spot; a part of the Earth or universe: / A battlefield; a location of fighting.
placeMiddle EnglishnounA place, area or spot; a part of the Earth or universe: / An estate or property; a house or building (often with its surrounds).
placeMiddle EnglishnounA place, area or spot; a part of the Earth or universe: / A city square, market square, or courtyard.rare
placeMiddle EnglishnounA location or position in or on a larger space (occupied by something or someone): / An area of the body (either of an organ or of the skin)
placeMiddle EnglishnounA location or position in or on a larger space (occupied by something or someone): / A location in or passage from a written document.
placeMiddle EnglishnounA location or position in or on a larger space (occupied by something or someone): / The place of a digit in a number written with Arabic numerals.mathematics sciences
placeMiddle EnglishnounA place, station, or position; an appropriate or designated spot: / The usual location or place of something (e.g. an animal's dwelling).
placeMiddle EnglishnounA place, station, or position; an appropriate or designated spot: / A position in a hierarchy; rank, status, or level.
placeMiddle EnglishnounA place, station, or position; an appropriate or designated spot: / A favourable or propitious occasion; an opportunity.
placeMiddle EnglishnounExtent, space (in two or three dimensions)
placeMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of playcealt-of alternative
polylecticEnglishadjOf or relating to an insect (especially a bee) which collects pollen from the flowers of a variety of unrelated plants.biology entomology natural-sciences
polylecticEnglishadjOf or relating to a term consisting of more than one word.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
pooperEnglishnounThe anus; often in reference to anal intercourse.slang vulgar
pooperEnglishnounOne who poops out on an activity; one who dampens the mood by lack of participation or negative attitude. Mostly used in the phrase party pooper.slang
pooperEnglishnounA selection in a slot machine game that ends the picking bonus.gambling games
pooperEnglishnounOne who poops; or, poops well.rare
pooperEnglishnounOne who poops; or, poops well. / An infant.broadly rare
pooperEnglishnounThe toilet.slang
pooperEnglishnounClipping of YouTube Pooper.Internet abbreviation alt-of clipping
popularEnglishadjCommon among the general public; generally accepted.
popularEnglishadjConcerning the people; public.law
popularEnglishadjPertaining to or deriving from the people or general public.
popularEnglishadjOf low birth, not noble; vulgar, plebian.obsolete
popularEnglishadjAimed at ordinary people, as opposed to specialists etc.; intended for general consumption.
popularEnglishadjCultivating the favour of the common people.obsolete
popularEnglishadjLiked by many people; generally pleasing, widely admired.
popularEnglishadjAdapted to the means of the common people; cheap.
popularEnglishnounA person who is popular, especially at a school.
popularEnglishnounAn inexpensive newspaper with wide circulation.in-plural
popularEnglishnounA member of the Populares
porkkaFinnishnounski polehobbies lifestyle skiing sportsdialectal
porkkaFinnishnounSynonym of tarvoinfishing hobbies lifestyle
porosnąćPolishverbto overgrow, to cover by growingintransitive perfective
porosnąćPolishverbto become overgrownintransitive perfective
portalSpanishnounportal; porcharchitecturemasculine
portalSpanishnounportalInternet masculine
portalSpanishadjportalanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine masculine
possessoreItaliannounpossessor, ownermasculine
possessoreItaliannounholder (of a title etc.)masculine
poststudyEnglishnounA small study undertaken after a larger one.
poststudyEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to the time after a study.not-comparable
poszerzaćPolishverbto widen (to cause to be wider)imperfective transitive
poszerzaćPolishverbto widen, to extend (the range of a given object)imperfective transitive
poszerzaćPolishverbto widen (to become wider)imperfective reflexive with się
poszerzaćPolishverbto widen, to extend (the range of a given object)imperfective reflexive with się
poszerzaćPolishverbto spread (to cover more area)imperfective reflexive with się
prisoCebuanonounprisoner; inmate
prisoCebuanoverbto imprison
prisoCebuanoverbto convict
probarBikol Centralverbto test out, to experiment
probarBikol Centralverbto refute
probarBikol Centralverbto prove
probarBikol Centralverbto try, to attempt
prostrarCatalanverbto overwhelm, to exhaustBalearic Central Valencian figuratively transitive
prostrarCatalanverbto prostrate oneselfBalearic Central Valencian takes a reflexive pronoun
prostrarCatalanverbto kneelBalearic Central Valencian takes a reflexive pronoun
prostrarCatalanverbto kowtow, to acknowledge the superiority of anotherBalearic Central Valencian figuratively takes a reflexive pronoun
przewidywaćPolishverbto foresee, to predict, to forecastimperfective transitive
przewidywaćPolishverbto provide, to stipulatelawimperfective transitive
prépondérantFrenchadjpreponderant, overriding
prépondérantFrenchadjdominant
pygmyEnglishnounA member of one of various Ancient Equatorial African tribal peoples, notable for their very short stature.capitalized often
pygmyEnglishnounA member of a race of dwarfs.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
pygmyEnglishnounAny dwarfish person or thing.derogatory figuratively offensive
pygmyEnglishnounAn insignificant person, at least in some respect.derogatory figuratively offensive
pygmyEnglishadjRelating or belonging to the Pygmy people.
pygmyEnglishadjLike a pygmy; unusually short or small for its kind.
pyöröFinnishnoundisc, spinning disc, abrasive discrare
pyöröFinnishnounSynonym of pyörönen (“type of round pirog”).
pyöröFinnishnounround, revolving
přítokCzechnountributary (a river that flows into a larger river or other body of water)inanimate masculine
přítokCzechnouninflux, inflowinanimate masculine
quacumqueLatinadvwherever, wheresoevernot-comparable
quacumqueLatinadvby whatsoever meansnot-comparable
raasdonderDutchnounA field pea (seed of Pisum sativum), especially when used in dishes.nautical transportmasculine plural
raasdonderDutchnounAn undercooked field pea.dated masculine plural rare
raisonnableFrenchadjreasonable, just, fair, consistent, sensible
raisonnableFrenchadjpossessed of reason
raisonnableFrenchadjresigned
rankkaFinnishadjburdensome, hard (demanding a lot of effort to endure)
rankkaFinnishadjintense (of high intensity)
rankkaFinnishadjharsh, tough
ratketaFinnishverbto tear apart, rip under strain (especially of a seam in fabric or similar)intransitive
ratketaFinnishverbto be solved; to be resolved (of a dispute, problem, puzzle or similar)intransitive
ratketaFinnishverbto burst into, suddenly begin (doing) (+ illative (of the third infinitive or of the verbal noun))intransitive
rdestPolishnounknotgrass, knotweed (any plant of the genus Polygonum)inanimate masculine
rdestPolishnounbistort, smartweed (any of certain species of the genera Bistorta or Persicaria)inanimate masculine
recklingEnglishnounA weak child or animal.archaic
recklingEnglishnounA reckless person.archaic
red poppyEnglishnounthe common poppy (Papaver rhoeas), native to western Eurasia and north Africa.
red poppyEnglishnounAny poppy with red flowers.
refredarCatalanverbto cool downBalearic Central Valencian transitive
refredarCatalanverbto cool downBalearic Central Valencian reflexive
refredarCatalanverbto catch a coldBalearic Central Valencian reflexive
registerEnglishnounA formal recording of names, events, transactions, etc.
registerEnglishnounA book of such entries.
registerEnglishnounAn entry in such a book.
registerEnglishnounThe act of registering.
registerEnglishnounA certificate issued by the collector of customs of a port or district to the owner of a vessel, containing the description of a vessel, its name, ownership, and other material facts. It is kept on board the vessel, to be used as evidence of nationality or as a muniment of title.
registerEnglishnounOne who registers or records; a registrar; especially, a public officer charged with the duty of recording certain transactions or events.
registerEnglishnounA distinct horizontal (or, more rarely, vertical) section of a work of art or inscription that is divided into several such sections.
registerEnglishnounA device that automatically records a quantity.
registerEnglishnounThe part of a telegraphic apparatus that automatically records the message received.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunications
registerEnglishnounA list of received calls in a phone set.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunications
registerEnglishnounA small unit of very fast memory that is directly accessible to the central processing unit, and is mostly used to store inputs, outputs, or intermediate results of computations.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
registerEnglishnounThe exact alignment of lines, margins, and colors.media printing publishing
registerEnglishnounThe inner part of the mould in which types are cast.media printing publishing
registerEnglishnounThe range of a voice or instrument.entertainment lifestyle music
registerEnglishnounAn organ stop.entertainment lifestyle music
registerEnglishnounA style of a language used in a particular context.human-sciences linguistics sciences
registerEnglishnounA grille at the outflow of a ventilation duct, capable of being opened and closed to direct the air flow.
registerEnglishnounClipping of cash register.US abbreviation alt-of clipping
registerEnglishverbTo enter in a register; to enlist.transitive
registerEnglishverbTo sign-up, especially to vote.transitive
registerEnglishverbTo record, especially in writing.transitive
registerEnglishverbTo buy the full version of trial software by providing one's details and payment.intransitive transitive
registerEnglishverbTo express outward signs.transitive
registerEnglishverbTo record officially and handle specially.information mailtransitive
registerEnglishverbTo make or adjust so as to be properly or precisely aligned.media printing publishingespecially transitive
registerEnglishverbTo place one's name, or have one's name placed in a register.intransitive
registerEnglishverbTo make an impression.intransitive
registerEnglishverbTo be in proper alignment; to align or correspond exactly.intransitive
registerEnglishverbTo voluntarily sign over for safe keeping, abandoning complete ownership for partial.law
rekaMalayverbcreate, invent
rekaMalayverbarrange, measure.
rekaMalayverbcompose
rendezésHungariannounsettlement
rendezésHungariannoundirecting, mise en scènebroadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theater
rendezésHungariannounsorting, sort, orderingcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
rognNorwegian Nynorsknounroe (fish eggs)feminine uncountable
rognNorwegian Nynorsknounspawnfeminine uncountable
rognNorwegian Nynorsknounrowan / Sorbus aucuparia, the European rowanbiology botany natural-sciencesfeminine masculine
rognNorwegian Nynorsknounrowan / any of the small deciduous trees or shrubs of genus Sorbus, belonging to the rose family, with white flowers and red berriesbiology botany natural-sciencesfeminine masculine
role-playsEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of role-playform-of indicative present singular third-person
role-playsEnglishnounplural of role-playform-of plural
rose-colored glassesEnglishnounAn optimistic perception of something; a positive opinion; seeing something in a positive way, often thinking of it as better than it actually is.US idiomatic plural plural-only
rose-colored glassesEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see rose-colored, glasses.US plural plural-only
rubescoLatinverbto grow or turn red, reddenconjugation-3 no-supine
rubescoLatinverbto blush, reddenconjugation-3 no-supine
răsturnaRomanianverbto topple over, knock down, blow downconjugation-1
răsturnaRomanianverbto tip over, upsetconjugation-1
răsturnaRomanianverbto overthrowconjugation-1 figuratively
răsturnaRomanianverbto subvertconjugation-1 figuratively
salnaLatviannounlight frost, especially in spring or winter, with temperatures below 0°C at nightclimatology meteorology natural-sciences weatherdeclension-4 feminine
salnaLatviannounthin layer of ice crystals that form under such low temperaturesdeclension-4 feminine
salnaLatvianadjinflection of salns: ## genitive singular masculine ## nominative singular feminine / genitive singular masculineform-of genitive masculine singular
salnaLatvianadjinflection of salns: ## genitive singular masculine ## nominative singular feminine / nominative singular femininefeminine form-of nominative singular
sambaTagalognounworship; adoration
sambaTagalognounspiritual belief
sambaTagalognounsamba (music and dance)
sangueGaliciannounbloodmasculine
sangueGaliciannounlineagefiguratively masculine
sattamaPaliadjseventh
sattamaPaliadjsuperlative degree of sant: best, most excellentform-of superlative
saucioLatinverbto wound or hurt; gash or stabconjugation-1
saucioLatinverbto prune or trimconjugation-1
saucioLatinadjdative/ablative masculine/neuter singular of sauciusablative dative form-of masculine neuter singular
schiefGermanadjskew, oblique, askew, leaning, slanting, aslant, inclined (neither parallel nor perpendicular)
schiefGermanadjslopy, sloping (characterised by a slope or slopes)
schiefGermanadjcrooked, awry (set at an angle; not vertical or square)
schiefGermanadjlopsided (not even or balanced; not the same on one side as on the other)
schiefGermanadjwry (turned away, contorted)of facial expressions
schiefGermanadjdistorted (misshapen; brought out of shape)of an image
schiefGermanadjworn (damaged and shabby as a result of much use)
schiefGermanadjinappropriate (not suitable for the situation, time, or place)figuratively
schiefGermanadvcrookedly, at an angle
schiefGermanadvlopsidedly
schiefGermanadvaskance (sideways; obliquely)figuratively
schiefGermanadvbadly, wrong (in a way that isn't right)
schismaticEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a schism.lifestyle religion
schismaticEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a schisma.entertainment lifestyle music
schismaticEnglishadjDivisive.
schismaticEnglishnounA person involved in a schism.lifestyle religion
scratch-builtEnglishadjOf a building: built ad hoc, with whatever materials are to hand, and often just from ground level.not-comparable
scratch-builtEnglishadjOf a structure, e.g. a car, model or toy: built with minimal cost and at short notice, with rudimentary materials.not-comparable
scricchiolareItalianverbto creak [auxiliary avere] / to creakintransitive
scricchiolareItalianverbto crackle, crunch [auxiliary avere] / to crackle, crunchintransitive
segarCatalanverbto reap, to mowBalearic Central Valencian transitive
segarCatalanverbto chafeBalearic Central Valencian transitive
segarCatalanverbto mow downBalearic Central Valencian figuratively transitive
segarCatalanverbto exhaust (limbs)Balearic Central Valencian figuratively transitive
selittääFinnishverbto explain (to = allative)
selittääFinnishverbto explicate (to explain meticulously or in great detail; to elucidate; to analyze)
senangMalayadjeasy
senangMalayadjhappy
senangMalayadjcontent, pleased
senangMalayadjlove
servitourMiddle EnglishnounA servant or attendant.
servitourMiddle EnglishnounA table-server.specifically
sgimilearachdScottish Gaelicnounscrounging, moochingfeminine
sgimilearachdScottish Gaelicnounobtrusiveness, impudencefeminine
sgimilearachdScottish Gaelicnounintrusionfeminine
sgimilearachdScottish Gaelicnounmean habit of popping in upon people at mealtimesfeminine
sgretolareItalianverbto (make) crumbletransitive
sgretolareItalianverbto divide or break up (a group, etc.)transitive
sgretolareItalianverbto disprove or refutetransitive
sidledSwedishnounsidewaysin "i sidled"
sidledSwedishnounlaterallyfiguratively in "i sidled"
silver plateEnglishnounA thin layer of silver applied to the surface of an object made of another metal.uncountable
silver plateEnglishverbAlternative spelling of silver-plate.alt-of alternative
silver plateEnglishphrasePronunciation spelling of s'il vous plaît.alt-of humorous pronunciation-spelling
simplicityEnglishnounThe state or quality of being simple / The quality or state of being unmixed or uncompoundedcountable uncountable
simplicityEnglishnounThe state or quality of being simple / The quality or state of being not complex, or of consisting of few parts.countable uncountable
simplicityEnglishnounThe state or quality of being simple / Lack of sharpness of mind; lack of ability to think using complex ideas; stupiditycountable uncountable
simplicityEnglishnounThe state or quality of being simple / Lack of artificial ornament, pretentious style, or luxury; plainnesscountable uncountable
simplicityEnglishnounThe state or quality of being simple / Lack of subtlety or abstruseness; claritycountable uncountable
simplicityEnglishnounThe state or quality of being simple / Lack of complication; efficiency.countable uncountable
simplicityEnglishnounAn act or instance of foolishness.archaic countable rare uncountable
singleEnglishadjNot accompanied by anything else; one in number.not-comparable
singleEnglishadjNot divided in parts.not-comparable
singleEnglishadjDesigned for the use of only one.not-comparable
singleEnglishadjPerformed by one person, or one on each side.not-comparable
singleEnglishadjNot married, and (in modern times) not dating or without a significant other.not-comparable
singleEnglishadjHaving only one rank or row of petals.biology botany natural-sciencesnot-comparable
singleEnglishadjSimple and honest; sincere, without deceit.not-comparable obsolete
singleEnglishadjUncompounded; pure; unmixed.not-comparable
singleEnglishadjSimple; foolish; weak; silly.not-comparable obsolete
singleEnglishnounA 45 RPM vinyl record with one song on side A and one on side B.entertainment lifestyle music
singleEnglishnounA popular song released and sold (on any format) nominally on its own though usually having at least one extra track.entertainment lifestyle music
singleEnglishnounOne who is not married or does not have a romantic partner.
singleEnglishnounA score of one run.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
singleEnglishnounA hit in baseball where the batter advances to first base.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
singleEnglishnounA tile that has a different value (i.e. number of pips) at each end.dominoes games
singleEnglishnounA bill valued at $1.US informal
singleEnglishnounA one-way ticket.UK
singleEnglishnounA score of one point, awarded when a kicked ball is dead within the non-kicking team's end zone or has exited that end zone.ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportsCanadian
singleEnglishnounA game with one player on each side, as in tennis.hobbies lifestyle sports tennisin-plural
singleEnglishnounOne of the reeled filaments of silk, twisted without doubling to give them firmness.
singleEnglishnounA handful of gleaned grain.Scotland UK dialectal
singleEnglishnounA floating-point number having half the precision of a double-precision value.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
singleEnglishnounA shot of only one character.broadcasting film media television
singleEnglishnounA single cigarette.
singleEnglishnounSynonym of single-driver.rail-transport railways transportobsolete
singleEnglishverbTo get a hit that advances the batter exactly one base.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
singleEnglishverbTo thin out.agriculture business lifestyle
singleEnglishverbTo take the irregular gait called singlefoot.of a horse
singleEnglishverbTo sequester; to withdraw; to retire.archaic intransitive
singleEnglishverbTo take alone, or one by one; to single out.archaic intransitive
singleEnglishverbTo reduce (a railway) to single track.transitive
själiskSwedishadjsoulful, having soul, witted, culturalnot-comparable
själiskSwedishadjnatural, psychologic, without spirit; belonging to the soul of physical life rather than the higher realms of spiritual religionnot-comparable
skattazProto-Germanicnouncattle, cowsmasculine reconstruction
skattazProto-Germanicnounowndom, wealth, goodsbroadly masculine reconstruction
skattazProto-Germanicnounhoard, treasure, moneymasculine reconstruction
slepeMiddle Englishnounsleep, restfulnessuncountable
slepeMiddle Englishnoundreamuncountable
slepeMiddle Englishnounweakness, tirednessuncountable
slepeMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of slepenalt-of alternative
slettaNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite feminine singular of slettedefinite feminine form-of singular
slettaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of slette: / simple pastpast
slettaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of slette: / past participleparticiple past
slåssSwedishverbto fistfight (battle with fists, (repeatedly) punch), (usually more idiomatic) to fightdeponent intransitive
slåssSwedishverbto fight (for something)deponent figuratively intransitive
sneaking regarderEnglishnounWith regard to physical force Irish republicanism: someone who sympathises with it without actively supporting it; someone whose opposition to it is equivocal or less than wholehearted.Ireland derogatory
sneaking regarderEnglishnounSomeone who supports an unpopular cause.broadly
solid rocketEnglishnounA rocket engine (rocket motor) that uses a solid propellant that, when combusted, generates gases which are used for rocket propulsion.aerospace astronautics business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
solid rocketEnglishnounA rocket that uses such an engine.aerospace astronautics business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounMental power or ability; smartness or cleverness: / Mental power or ability; smartness or cleverness
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounAn instance of mental power or ability; a smart deed: / An unfair argument that uses sophistry or subtlety.
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounAn instance of mental power or ability; a smart deed: / A mental exercise, trial or challenge; a test of one's mind.
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounAn instance of mental power or ability; a smart deed: / A strategy or solution; a hidden method or teaching.
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounSophistication, complexness; the state of being incomprehensible.
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounCapability; ability in a specified domain or area.
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounDeceiving, insidiousness; the concealment of one's true behaviour or goals.
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounAn act of deception, insidiousness or deceiving; a trick or ploy.
sotilteMiddle Englishnoun1387–1400, Geoffrey Chaucer, “The Tale of the Chanons Yeman”, in The Canterbury Tales, Lichfield Cathedral MS. 029, leaf 175, back; republised and transcribed in Frederick J. Furnivall (editor), The Hengwrt MS of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, 1881, →OCLC, Part VI, Appendix 5, page 555, lines 839–845: / 1387–1400, Geoffrey Chaucer, “The Tale of the Chanons Yeman”, in The Canterbury Tales, Lichfield Cathedral MS. 029, leaf 175, back; republised and transcribed in Frederick J. Furnivall (editor), The Hengwrt MS of Chaucer's Canterbury tales, 1881, →OCLC, Part VI, Appendix 5, page 555, lines 839–845
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounAn ornamental meal made to resemble a famous event.
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounNarrowness or diminutiveness; lacking in dimensions.
sotilteMiddle EnglishnounThe quality of being fluidic or lacking viscosity.
soudanMiddle EnglishnounA sultan (especially one of the rulers of major Muslim states in the Middle Ages).
soudanMiddle EnglishnounA Muslim soldier or noble.broadly
spargereItalianverbto scattertransitive
spargereItalianverbto spilltransitive
spargereItalianverbto shedtransitive
spargereItalianverbto spread, give outtransitive
sparklyEnglishadjgiving off sparks, or small flashes of light; glittery
sparklyEnglishadjlively and high-spirited
sparklyEnglishadjbubbly or effervescent
speed of lightEnglishnounThe speed of electromagnetic radiation; in a perfect vacuum it is defined as 299,792,458 metres per secondnatural-sciences physical-sciences physics
speed of lightEnglishnounA very rapid speed.colloquial figuratively
speed of lightEnglishnounA rate of travel of a signal equal to one cell per generation, the fastest possible speed in the Moore and von Neumann neighborhoods.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
spiny ratEnglishnounAny of certain caviomorph rodents of the family Echimyidae, especially of genus Proechimys, that resemble rats and have stiff, pointed hairs, or spines.
spiny ratEnglishnounAny murine rodent of the genus Maxomys (sometimes considered a subgenus of Rattus).
spiny ratEnglishnounAny murine rodent of the genus Tokudaia.
spiny ratEnglishnounAny murine rodent of the genus Echiothrix.
spēnuzProto-Germanicnounpiece of woodmasculine reconstruction
spēnuzProto-Germanicnounchip, shavingmasculine reconstruction
spēnuzProto-Germanicnounspoonmasculine reconstruction
srpskohrvatskiSerbo-CroatianadjSerbo-Croatian (pertaining to the Serbo-Croatian language)
srpskohrvatskiSerbo-Croatianadjthe Serbo-Croatian languagein masculine substantive
steNorwegian Nynorsknounan anvilneuter
steNorwegian Nynorsknounan anvil with a thinner footneuter
still waterEnglishnounWater with no carbonation.countable uncountable
still waterEnglishnounA part of a stream where no current is visible.countable uncountable
sukcesjaPolishnounsuccession (right to take possession)feminine
sukcesjaPolishnounsuccession (passing of royal power)feminine
summarilyEnglishadvIn a summary manner.manner
summarilyEnglishadvOver a short period of time, briefly.duration time
surFrenchprepon, upon
surFrenchprepon top of
surFrenchprepfrom on top of
surFrenchprepabove
surFrenchprepout of
surFrenchprepin the case of
surFrenchprepabout, concerning
surFrenchprepin (a place)France informal
surFrenchadjsour
sustainableEnglishadjAble to be sustained.
sustainableEnglishadjAble to be produced or sustained for an indefinite period without damaging the environment, or without depleting a resource; renewable.
sustainableEnglishnounA renewable energy source.
syferlicOld Englishadjsober, moderate
syferlicOld Englishadjneat, clean
sävyisäFinnishadjeven-tempered
sävyisäFinnishadjdocile, meek
Old Irishpronshe
Old Irishpronit (referring to a feminine noun)
Old IrishpronAlternative spelling of síialt-of alternative
tal-Proto-Algonquianadvthere, synonym of *taθ-reconstruction
tal-Proto-Algonquianverbhave (an animate object) (somewhere)reconstruction
tamTurkishadjcomplete, absolute
tamTurkishadjfull, entire
taramBikol Centralverbto speak; to talk
taramBikol Centralverbto say
tear-offEnglishnounA strip or sheet of paper, plastic film, etc., that is designed to be removed by tearing or pulling off.
tear-offEnglishnounA pull-down menu that can be detached from its parent menu bar and dragged around the screen.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
tear-offEnglishnounA COM (Component Object Model) interface that is instantiated only when explicitly requested.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
tear-offEnglishadjDesigned to be removed by tearing or pulling off.not-comparable
tekëAlbaniannounwhimfeminine
tekëAlbaniannoununexpected occurrencefeminine
tetrasulfurEnglishnounThe allotrope of sulfur, S₄ having four atoms in a ringchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
tetrasulfurEnglishnoun(in combination) Four atoms of sulfur in a moleculechemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
thermolysisEnglishnounThe dissociation or decomposition of a material as a result of being heatedchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
thermolysisEnglishnounThe dissipation of heat from the body, especially by evaporation or radiationmedicine physiology sciences
throneEnglishnounAn impressive seat used by a monarch, often on a raised dais in a throne room and reserved for formal occasions.
throneEnglishnounLeadership, particularly the position of a monarch.figuratively
throneEnglishnounThe seat of a bishop in the cathedral-church of his diocese; also, the seat of a pope.
throneEnglishnounOther seats / A seat used for urination or defecation, such as a chamber pot, toilet, or the seat of an outhouse.euphemistic humorous
throneEnglishnounOther seats / A kind of stool used by drummers.entertainment lifestyle musichumorous
throneEnglishnounA member of an order of angels ranked above dominions and below cherubim.Christianity
throneEnglishverbTo place on a royal seat; to enthrone.archaic transitive
throneEnglishverbTo place in an elevated position; to give sovereignty or dominion to; to exalt.archaic transitive
throneEnglishverbTo be in, or sit upon, a throne; to be placed as if upon a throne.archaic intransitive
toirtScottish Gaelicnounverbal noun of thoirfeminine form-of noun-from-verb
toirtScottish Gaelicnounimportance, valuefeminine
topohoWaujanounhole, hollow place, pit, ditch (in the ground)
topohoWaujanoungrave (place of burial)
topohoWaujanounvagina (vulgar; slang used by men only)
tricaeLatinnountrifles, toys, trumperydeclension-1 plural plural-only
tricaeLatinnounhindrances, impedimentsdeclension-1 plural plural-only
trykketNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite singular of trykkdefinite form-of neuter singular
trykketNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of trykke: / simple pastpast
trykketNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of trykke: / past participleparticiple past
tutPiedmonteseadjall
tutPiedmonteseproneverything, all
tutPiedmontesepronanything
tutPiedmontesenounwholemasculine
tyčinkaCzechnounrodanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
tyčinkaCzechnounstickfeminine
udmurttiFinnishnounUdmurt (person)
udmurttiFinnishnounUdmurt (language)
ufiçialitàVenetiannounofficial characterfeminine invariable
ufiçialitàVenetiannounofficersfeminine in-plural invariable
uguaglianzaItaliannounequalityfeminine
uguaglianzaItaliannounidentitymathematics sciencesfeminine
uigajiSwahilinounactingclass-11 class-12 class-14 no-plural
uigajiSwahilinounimitation (act of imitating)class-11 class-12 class-14 no-plural
ungdomSwedishnounyouth; young person; teenager, youngstercommon-gender countable
ungdomSwedishnounyouth; part of life following childhoodcommon-gender uncountable
ungdomSwedishnounyouth; state or condition of being youngcommon-gender uncountable
valerianEnglishnounA hardy perennial flowering plant, Valeriana officinalis, with heads of sweetly scented pink or white flowers.countable uncountable
valerianEnglishnounMore generally, any plant of the genus Valeriana.countable uncountable
valerianEnglishnounThe root of Valeriana officinalis, used in herbal medicine.uncountable
valerianEnglishnounAn extract of the dried roots of the Valeriana officinalis used in herbal medicine as a sedative.countable uncountable
vanitéFrenchnounfutility, pointlessnessfeminine
vanitéFrenchnounvanity (excessive pride)feminine
vanitéFrenchnounvanitasfeminine
vaporEnglishnounCloudy diffused matter such as mist, steam or fumes suspended in the air.US countable uncountable
vaporEnglishnounThe gaseous state of a substance that is normally a solid or liquid.US countable uncountable
vaporEnglishnounSomething insubstantial, fleeting, or transitory; unreal fancy; vain imagination; idle talk; boasting.US countable uncountable
vaporEnglishnounAny medicinal agent designed for administration in the form of inhaled vapour.US countable dated uncountable
vaporEnglishnounHypochondria; melancholy; the blues; hysteria, or other nervous disorder.US archaic countable in-plural uncountable
vaporEnglishnounWind; flatulence.US countable obsolete uncountable
vaporEnglishverbTo become vapor; to be emitted or circulated as vapor.US intransitive
vaporEnglishverbTo turn into vapor.US transitive
vaporEnglishverbTo emit vapor or fumes.US
vaporEnglishverbTo use insubstantial language; to boast or bluster.US intransitive
vaporEnglishverbTo give (someone) the vapors; to depress, to bore.US transitive
varianIndonesiannounvariant: / something that is slightly different from a type or norm.
varianIndonesiannounvariant: / one of a set of words or other linguistic forms that conveys the same meaning or serves the same function.human-sciences linguistics sciences
varusLatinadjbent inadjective declension-1 declension-2
varusLatinadjknock-kneedadjective declension-1 declension-2
varusLatinadjdifferent, diverseadjective declension-1 declension-2 figuratively
varusLatinnounpimple, pustule, particularly on the facedeclension-2 masculine
vedarCatalanverbto ban, prohibitBalearic Central Valencian transitive
vedarCatalanverbto impede, get in the wayBalearic Central Valencian transitive
verbalEnglishadjOf or relating to words.not-comparable
verbalEnglishadjConcerned with the words, rather than the substance of a text.not-comparable
verbalEnglishadjConsisting of words only.not-comparable
verbalEnglishadjExpressly spoken rather than written; oral.not-comparable
verbalEnglishadjDerived from, or having the nature of a verb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
verbalEnglishadjUsed to form a verb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
verbalEnglishadjCapable of speech.not-comparable
verbalEnglishadjWord for word.not-comparable
verbalEnglishadjAbounding with words; verbose.not-comparable obsolete
verbalEnglishnounA verb form which does not function as a predicate, or a word derived from a verb. In English, infinitives, participles and gerunds are verbals.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable
verbalEnglishnounA spoken confession given to police.Ireland UK countable
verbalEnglishnounTalk; speech, especially banter or scolding.Ireland UK colloquial uncountable
verbalEnglishverbTo allege (usually falsely) that someone has made an oral admission.Australia Britain transitive
verfilmenDutchverbto make a film of, to turn into a movietransitive
verfilmenDutchverbto store on microformtransitive
vertigenCatalannounvertigomedicine pathology sciencesmasculine
vertigenCatalannoundizziness, giddinessmasculine
vertigenCatalannoundizzy spellcountable masculine
vertigenCatalannounwild hair, sudden impulsecountable masculine
veweOld Frenchnounsight (ability to see)Anglo-Norman
veweOld Frenchnounviewing; inspectionAnglo-Norman
veweOld Frenchverbfeminine singular of the past participle of veoirAnglo-Norman feminine form-of participle past singular
vindbøjtelDanishnounwindbagcommon-gender
vindbøjtelDanishnounturncoatcommon-gender
vintèCatalanadjtwentiethnumeral ordinal
vintèCatalannountwentiethmasculine
vippetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of vippe: / simple pastpast
vippetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of vippe: / past participleparticiple past
virostaticEnglishadjTending to inhibit viral replication.medicine sciences
virostaticEnglishnounA drug which inhibits viral replication.medicine sciences
virstLatvianverbto degenerate, become pervertedintransitive with iz-
virstLatvianverbto eruptintransitive with iz-
vistDanishadjneuter singular of visform-of neuter singular
vistDanishadvI think
vistDanishadvI suppose
vistDanishadvprobably, no doubt
vistDanishadjneuter singular of visform-of neuter singular
vistDanishverbpast participle of viseform-of participle past
voltaGaliciannounturnaroundfeminine
voltaGaliciannounoverturnfeminine
voltaGaliciannounturn, bendfeminine
voltaGaliciannounreturnfeminine
voltaGaliciannounsomersaultfeminine
voltaGaliciannounchange (money given back when a customer hands over more than the exact price of an item)feminine
voltaGaliciannounbacksidefeminine
voltaGaliciannoundetourfeminine
voltaGaliciannounwalk, strollfeminine
voltaGaliciannounturn of eventsfeminine
voltaGaliciannoundisturbance, riot, revoltarchaic feminine
voltaGalicianverbinflection of voltar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
voltaGalicianverbinflection of voltar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
vérkeringésHungariannounblood flow, blood circulation, bloodstream (the movement of the blood in the blood-vascular system)medicine physiology sciences
vérkeringésHungariannouncirculation (the movement of money, news, material resources, intellectual assets from place to place)figuratively
wariatkaPolishnounfemale equivalent of wariat (“someone mentally ill”)colloquial feminine form-of
wariatkaPolishnounfemale equivalent of wariat (“madwoman”) (person acting unpredictably or unreasonably)colloquial feminine form-of
whalingEnglishnounThe practice of hunting whales.countable uncountable
whalingEnglishnounThe practice of spotting whales.countable uncountable
whalingEnglishnounA beating.countable informal uncountable
whalingEnglishnounA form of highly personalized cyberattack that targets a senior business executive.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
whalingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of whaleform-of gerund participle present
wheatenEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, or made from wheat.
wheatenEnglishadjOf a pale yellow-beige colour, like that of wheat.
wheatenEnglishnounA pale yellow or beige colour, like that of wheat.uncountable
whip-arseEnglishnounA schoolmaster.obsolete
whip-arseEnglishnounAlternative spelling of whoop-assalt-of alternative uncountable
whosMiddle Englishpronwhose (genitive)genitive plural relative singular
whosMiddle Englishpronwhose (genitive)genitive interrogative plural rare singular
whosMiddle Englishdetwhose, of whorelative
whosMiddle Englishdetwhose, of whointerrogative rare
whosMiddle Englishdetof which (inanimate)rare relative
wislicheMiddle EnglishadjUnder the direction of reason; sensible.
wislicheMiddle EnglishadjGuided by discretion, prudence or sagacity; wise.
wislicheMiddle EnglishadvWith discretion or reflection; prudently.
wislicheMiddle EnglishadvWith understanding, especially of spiritual matters.
wislicheMiddle EnglishadvIn a learned manner.
wislicheMiddle EnglishadvSkilfully, competently
withsettenMiddle EnglishverbTo block or obstruct; hindertransitive
withsettenMiddle EnglishverbTo mount an opposition against; hold out against; withstand; oppose; resisttransitive
withsettenMiddle EnglishverbTo deflect (a blow); foil (a plan or scheme)transitive
withsettenMiddle EnglishverbTo set aside (rules)transitive
withsettenMiddle EnglishverbTo seize (goods); confiscatetransitive
wojskoPolishnounarmy (collection of soldiers)neuter
wojskoPolishnoungroup of soldierscolloquial in-plural neuter
wojskoPolishnounservice (obligatory service to work in the military)colloquial neuter
wojskoPolishnounarmed forces (groups of soldiers using means of combat of a specific type or designated to carry out tasks in a given area)in-plural neuter
wurstelnGermanverbto meddle; to tamperweak
wurstelnGermanverbto potter; to be busy with minor works and tasks (e.g. about the house)weak
wurstelnGermanverbto struggle with everyday problems; to eke out a livingweak
wáyProto-Indo-Europeanintjoh!reconstruction
wáyProto-Indo-Europeanintjah!reconstruction
wáyProto-Indo-Europeanintjwoe!reconstruction
wáyProto-Indo-Europeanintjalas!reconstruction
zakrójPolishnounrange, scopeinanimate masculine
zakrójPolishnounshape (appearance or outline)archaic inanimate masculine
zakrójPolishverbsecond-person singular imperative of zakroićform-of imperative second-person singular
zasranyPolishadjfeculent, shitty (covered in shit)not-comparable vulgar
zasranyPolishadjshitty (very bad, miserable)not-comparable vulgar
zasłonaPolishnouncurtainfeminine
zasłonaPolishnounscreenball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sportsfeminine
zasłonaPolishnounvelumanatomy medicine neuroanatomy neurology neuroscience sciencesfeminine
zeeEnglishnounThe name of the Latin-script letter Z.Newfoundland Philippines US
zeeEnglishnounSomething Z-shaped. Found in compounds.Newfoundland Philippines US
zeeEnglishnounSleep.Newfoundland Philippines US colloquial plural-normally
zeeEnglishverbTo sleep or nap. (Compare zzz, catch some z's.)Newfoundland US informal intransitive
zeeEnglishverbTo zigzag; to move with sharp alternating turns.Newfoundland US intransitive rare
zeeEnglisharticlePronunciation spelling of the, representing primarily French or German accented English.alt-of pronunciation-spelling
zoutloosDutchadjsaltless
zoutloosDutchadjinsipid
związekOld Polishnounbunch, bundle, cluster, sheafmasculine
związekOld Polishnounscrollmasculine
związekOld Polishnounbind (that which prohibits or inhibits)masculine
zębatyPolishadjtoothy (having prominent teeth)not-comparable
zębatyPolishadjtoothed, serrate (having projections resembling teeth)not-comparable
öšAssannounGod
öšAssannounsky
þeosOld Englishdetnominative feminine singular of þes (“this”)feminine form-of nominative singular
þeosOld Englishpronnominative feminine singular of þes (“this”)feminine form-of nominative singular
čelnъProto-Slavicnounsegment, partreconstruction
čelnъProto-Slavicnounmember (of a group)reconstruction
đềVietnamesenounset of questions for an examination or test
đềVietnamesenounsubjectin-compounds subjective
đềVietnamesenountopichuman-sciences linguistics sciences
đềVietnameseverbto suggest, to propose
đềVietnameseverbto lift (up); to raisein-compounds
şahTurkishnounshah, ruler
şahTurkishnounkingboard-games chess games
şahTurkishnouncheckboard-games chess games
żywotPolishnounlifearchaic inanimate masculine poetic
żywotPolishnounbelly, abdomenarchaic dialectal inanimate masculine
əvvəlAzerbaijaniadvat first
əvvəlAzerbaijaniadvin the past, before, at an earlier time
əvvəlAzerbaijaninounbeginning
əvvəlAzerbaijanipostpbefore
əvvəlAzerbaijanipostpagowith bundan
ʻʘnàjeǃXóõnountree (generic)class-3 tone-2
ʻʘnàjeǃXóõnounpiece of woodclass-3 tone-2
ακριτικόςGreekadjrelating to frontier
ακριτικόςGreekadjrelating to Byzantine frontiersmen, especially of the poetry about them.
ειδύλλιοGreeknounin ancient Greek and Roman literature, a short bucolic poem, usually with romantic themeliterature media publishing
ειδύλλιοGreeknounin ancient Greek and Roman literature, a short bucolic poem, usually with romantic theme / any poem or other literary form of similar characterliterature media publishingin new times
ειδύλλιοGreeknounromance, love affair
ειδύλλιοGreeknounromance, love affair / brief or unexpected friendship or collaborationironic
εκκενώνωGreekverbto empty
εκκενώνωGreekverbto evacuate, vacate (people from a place)
κάλμαGreeknouncalm seas, dead calmnautical transportuncountable
κάλμαGreekintjcalm down!
κάλμαGreekverbcalm down!colloquial
κάλμαGreekverb2nd person singular imperfective imperative form of καλμάρω (kalmáro).form-of imperative imperfective second-person singular
κάλμαGreekverb2nd person singular perfective imperative form of καλμάρω (kalmáro).form-of imperative perfective second-person singular
καφέςGreeknouncup of coffee
καφέςGreeknouncoffee
καφέςGreeknounground coffee, roast coffee, coffee beansingular
καφέςGreeknouncoffee plantsingular
κολώνηAncient Greeknounhill, mound, especially a sepulchral mound
κολώνηAncient Greeknounhill, mound, especially a sepulchral mound / hilltop, peak
κόμμαAncient Greeknouna stamp or impression of a coin, coinage
κόμμαAncient Greeknounthat which is cut off, piece
κόμμαAncient Greeknounchaff
κόμμαAncient Greeknouna short clauserhetoric
κόμμαAncient Greeknouna contusion
παλούκιGreeknounstake, pole, pale (archaic)
παλούκιGreeknounstinker, poser (difficult problem, test paper, etc)colloquial
παράδοσηGreeknoundelivery (of goods, parcels, etc)
παράδοσηGreeknountradition
παράδοσηGreeknounsurrendergovernment military politics war
παράδοσηGreeknounlectureeducation
σιρόςAncient Greeknounpit for storing grain
σιρόςAncient Greeknounpitfall
χαῦνοςAncient Greekadjporous, spongyof tissues
χαῦνοςAncient Greekadjloose-grainedof timber
χαῦνοςAncient Greekadjempty, frivolousfiguratively
χρύσεοςAncient Greekadjgolden, made of gold, decked or inlaid with gold / gold mines
χρύσεοςAncient Greekadjgolden, made of gold, decked or inlaid with gold / gold coinmasculine substantive
χρύσεοςAncient Greekadjgolden, made of gold, decked or inlaid with gold
χρύσεοςAncient Greekadjgold-colored, golden yellow
χρύσεοςAncient Greekadjgoldenfiguratively
абаджияBulgariannounmale weaver of frieze (the cloth), male dealer in frieze (the cloth)
абаджияBulgariannounmale tailor
базенSerbo-Croatiannounbasin (an area of water that drains into a river)
базенSerbo-Croatiannounswimming pool
базенSerbo-Croatiannounpond
бесконечностьRussiannouninfinity, endlessness
бесконечностьRussiannouneternity
блазињаSerbo-CroatiannounpillowCroatia regional
блазињаSerbo-CroatiannouncushionCroatia regional
братикUkrainiannounendearing diminutive of брат (brat): little brotherdiminutive endearing form-of
братикUkrainiannounused as a friendly form of address to a man or boy
вводитьRussianverbto introduce
вводитьRussianverbto bring in, to usher in
вводитьRussianverbto input
вводитьRussianverbto bring into effect
вразRussianadvall together, simultaneouslycolloquial
вразRussianadvimmediately, at once, straight awaycolloquial
вријесSerbo-Croatiannounheather
вријесSerbo-Croatiannounheath
вставнойRussianadjinsert, insertionrelational
вставнойRussianadjplug-in
вставнойRussianadjfalse, artificial (of a body part)
единиченBulgarianadjsingle
единиченBulgarianadjrare, isolated
емынэAdygheadjplague
емынэAdygheadj(slang) a lot (of)Kfar-Kama dialectal
заперечитиUkrainianverbto object (to), to take exception (to), to mindintransitive transitive
заперечитиUkrainianverbto deny (assert that something is not true)transitive
зарекатьRussianverbto prohibitdated
зарекатьRussianverbto force to renounce or forswear
зубчатыйRussianadjtoothed, cogged
зубчатыйRussianadjnotched, indented
извернутьсяRussianverbto turn sharply
извернутьсяRussianverbto twist deftly (to accomplish or avoid something)
извернутьсяRussianverbto find a way out of a predicament, to be resourcefulfiguratively
извернутьсяRussianverbto try to get rid of something unpleasantfiguratively
извернутьсяRussianverbto use cunning or trickery, to contrivecolloquial figuratively
костёрRussiannouncampfire, bonfire, wood fire
костёрRussiannounchockbusiness mining
костёрRussiannounbrome grass (Bromus)
костёрRussiannounbrome grass (Bromus) / chess grass, rye brome (Bromus secalinus)
крутинаBulgariannouncoarseness, roughness; rugged terrane or surfacedialectal
крутинаBulgariannounrough, austere persondialectal
мутьRussiannoundregs, mud, blur; slime sediment
мутьRussiannounnonsense, froth, foamcolloquial
наблюдатьRussianverbto watch, to observe
наблюдатьRussianverbto study
наблюдатьRussianverbto supervise, to take care of
нагромадженняUkrainiannounverbal noun of нагрома́дити pf (nahromádyty) and нагрома́дитися pf (nahromádytysja): accumulation, accumulating, heaping, piling up (act or process of accumulating)form-of noun-from-verb uncountable
нагромадженняUkrainiannounaccumulation (mass of something piled up or collected)countable
нагрянутиUkrainianverbto come, to appear (suddenly/unexpectedly)intransitive
нагрянутиUkrainianverbto burst out, to start, to begin (suddenly/unexpectedly)impersonal intransitive
надовезатиSerbo-Croatianverbto tie on or attach another length of rope or string, to attach by tyingtransitive
надовезатиSerbo-Croatianverbto add (in speech or writing), say in additionreflexive
нанятьRussianverbto hire, to engage
нанятьRussianverbto rent, to lodge
нападениеRussiannounattack, assault
нападениеRussiannounaggression
нападениеRussiannounforward, offensehobbies lifestyle sports
направитьRussianverbto direct
направитьRussianverbto turn, to aim, to level, to point
направитьRussianverbto refer, to send, to assign, to detach
направитьRussianverbto sharpen
ослонитиSerbo-Croatianverbto lean (on)transitive
ослонитиSerbo-Croatianverbto lean on, hold ontoreflexive
ослонитиSerbo-Croatianverbto rely on, trustreflexive
остановитьRussianverbto stop, to bring to stop
остановитьRussianverbto stop short, to restrain
остановитьRussianverbto fix, to direct, to concentrate
отсидетьсяRussianverbto hide for a while, to take covercolloquial
отсидетьсяRussianverbto sit it out, to not participatecolloquial
отсидетьсяRussianverbpassive of отсиде́ть (otsidétʹ)form-of passive
папагалBulgariannounparrot (tropical bird of family Psittacidae, native to Africa and America)
папагалBulgariannouncopycatfiguratively
подSerbo-Croatiannounfloor
подSerbo-Croatiannounground
подSerbo-Croatianprepunder, beneath (with change of position, answering the question ку̀да) [+accusative] / under, beneath (with change of position, answering the question ку̀да)
подSerbo-Croatianprepunder, beneath (stationary, answering the question гдје̏/где̏) [+instrumental] / under, beneath (stationary, answering the question гдје̏/где̏)
подSerbo-Croatianprepunder, beneath (being in a particular condition) [+instrumental] / under, beneath (being in a particular condition)
подSerbo-Croatianprepnear, toward, in (temporal, with nouns denoting a final temporal segment) [+accusative] / near, toward, in (temporal, with nouns denoting a final temporal segment)
подSerbo-Croatianprepduring (temporal) [+instrumental] / during (temporal)
подSerbo-Croatianprepas, instead of, in lieu of [+accusative] / as, instead of, in lieu of
подSerbo-Croatianprepmiscellaneous idiomatic meanings
подрыватьсяRussianverbto explode, to blow upintransitive
подрыватьсяRussianverbto be damaged, to deterioratefiguratively
подрыватьсяRussianverbto suddenly start (doing something)colloquial neologism
подрыватьсяRussianverbto be determineed (to do something)colloquial neologism
подрыватьсяRussianverbpassive of подрыва́ть (podryvátʹ)form-of passive
подрыватьсяRussianverbto tunnel (под (pod) + accusative, under something)
подрыватьсяRussianverbto undermine (под (pod) + accusative, someone)colloquial figuratively
подрыватьсяRussianverbpassive of подрыва́ть (podryvátʹ)form-of passive
подцеплятьRussianverbto hook on, to pick up
подцеплятьRussianverbto pick (up), to getcolloquial
премотатиSerbo-Croatianverbto rewrap (wrap again)transitive
премотатиSerbo-Croatianverbto rewindintransitive transitive
признатьсяRussianverbto confess, to admit
признатьсяRussianverbpassive of призна́ть (priznátʹ)form-of passive
принюхатьсяRussianverbto sniff (к (k); so as to recognize a smell)colloquial
принюхатьсяRussianverbto become accustomed to the smell (к (k) of something)colloquial
присјећатиSerbo-Croatianverbto remember, recallgenitive reflexive
присјећатиSerbo-Croatianverbto remindintransitive transitive
причинаRussiannouncause (source or reason of an event or action)
причинаRussiannounreason
пружитиSerbo-Croatianverbto stretch out, extendtransitive
пружитиSerbo-Croatianverbto offer, give (hand, assistance, advice, proof etc.)transitive
пугатьRussianverbto frighten suddenly, to startle
пугатьRussianverbto worry, to make anxious
пугатьRussianverbto warn, to caution, to alert
пугатьRussianverbto intimidate, to threaten, to browbeat
разнобойRussiannoundisagreement, inconsistency, contradiction
разнобойRussiannounbroken things, scrap
распылятьRussianverbto spray, to atomize
распылятьRussianverbto grind into dust, to pulverize
распылятьRussianverbto dissipatetransitive
распылятьRussianverbto distractcolloquial figuratively
ретKazakhnounorder, sequence
ретKazakhnounline, queue
ретKazakhnounoutlet
ретKazakhnounoccasion
ретKazakhnounopportunity
рядомRussianadvalongside, beside, side by side, nearby
рядомRussianadvalongside, side by side
рядомRussianadvnear, beside, next to
рядомRussiannouninstrumental singular of ряд (rjad)form-of instrumental singular
салатRussiannounsalad (dish)
салатRussiannounlettuce
санSerbo-Croatiannounsleep
санSerbo-Croatiannoundream
старинаBulgariannounold age
старинаBulgariannounolden times
старинаBulgariannounantique (something antique, e.g. a piece of furniture)
убыльRussiannoundiminution, decreaseuncountable
убыльRussiannounsubsidenceuncountable
убыльRussiannounlosses, casualtiesgovernment military politics waruncountable
ценностBulgariannounvalue, worth
ценностBulgariannounvaluable, valuable itemin-plural often
ябыуBashkirverbto close
ябыуBashkirverbto shut in (an animal)
ябыуBashkirverbto confine, imprison
ябыуBashkirverbto cover
ябыуBashkirverbto put a roof or cover (over sth.)
ՀռովմOld ArmeniannameRome
ՀռովմOld ArmeniannameRoman, Latinas an adjective
ըղձամOld Armenianverbto desire, to wish, to long for
ըղձամOld Armenianverbto cast a spell
թառMiddle Armeniannouna bar from which fruits (e.g. grapes) are hung to dry
թառMiddle Armeniannounroosting perch
իղրարArmeniannounpromisedialectal
իղրարArmeniannounconfession, admissiondialectal
միացնելArmenianverbcausative of միանալ (mianal)causative form-of
միացնելArmenianverbto join, to unite, to connecttransitive
միացնելArmenianverbto switch on, to power up, to enable (to put a device, system or mechanism into operation)transitive
մտիկ անելArmenianverbto look, watchdialectal
մտիկ անելArmenianverbto keep an eye ondialectal
մտիկ անելArmenianverbto listen to, be all earsdialectal
շուրջOld Armenianprepabout, round, around, all round; roundabout, in the neighbourhood; from all sides, on every side
շուրջOld Armeniannounturn, round
շուրջOld Armeniannouncirculation of planets
շուրջOld Armeniannounplowing the land, turning the soil
պալարArmeniannounabscessmedicine pathology sciences
պալարArmeniannountuberclemedicine pathology sciences
պալարArmeniannountuberbiology botany natural-sciences
պոնչիկArmeniannoundoughnutinformal
պոնչիկArmeniannounperson with chubby, rounded cheeksinformal
սատկեցնելArmenianverbcausative of սատկել (satkel)causative form-of
սատկեցնելArmenianverbcausative of սատկել (satkel) / to kill, to put down (usually an animal, derogatorily also a human)transitive
սատկեցնելArmenianverbto beat severelyfiguratively
בודקעYiddishnounbooth, stall
בודקעYiddishnoundoghouse
בודקעYiddishnounguardhouse
רHebrewcharacterResh: the twentieth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, after ק and before ש.letter
רHebrewcharacterThe numeral 200 in Hebrew numbering.letter
بتUrdunounshipworm
بتUrdunounline
بتUrdunounmark
بتUrdunounidol, icon
بتUrdunounstatue
بتUrdunounmistressfiguratively
برگشتPersiannounreturn
برگشتPersiannounreflection
برگشتPersiannoundecline
بمبوMalaynounbamboo (plant)
بمبوMalaynounbamboo (wood)
دوست داشتنPersianverbto like
دوست داشتنPersianverbto love
سيٍّيPattani MalaynameSiam; Thailand
سيٍّيPattani MalaynameSiamese; Thai
سيٍّيPattani MalaynounSiamese; Thai
سيٍّيPattani MalayadjSiamese; Thai
صبيحArabicadjpretty, comely
صبيحArabicadjhandsome
صبيحArabicadjbeautiful, graceful
طمرOttoman Turkishnounvein, a blood vessel that transports blood from the capillaries back to the heart
طمرOttoman Turkishnounvein, a stripe, line, streak, stratum, or duct of a different colour or composition in materials
طمرOttoman Turkishnountemperament, disposition, a person's normal manner of thinking or behavingfiguratively
ـچەUyghursuffixequivalence case suffixmorpheme
ـچەUyghursuffixnoun-forming suffixmorpheme
ـچەUyghursuffixnoun-forming suffix / This is one of the most productive suffixes in the Uyghur language. When attached to nouns which indicate the name of a nationality' it forms nouns which indicate the language and script of that nationality.morpheme
ن س خArabicrootrelated to deletionmorpheme
ن س خArabicrootrelated to copyingmorpheme
نمودنPersianverbto show, to cause to appear, to exhibit
نمودنPersianverbto appear, to seem
نمودنPersianverbto do, makein-compounds
نگاهPersiannounlook, glance
نگاهPersiannounobservation
نگاهPersiannouncustody, watch, care, caution
څټکPashtonounhammer
څټکPashtonounsledgehammer
کسشعرPersiannounbullshitvulgar
کسشعرPersianadjbullshit, absurd, awfulvulgar
کھاتاUrdunounaccount; ledger
کھاتاUrdunounregistry
کھاتاUrdunountab
کھاتاUrdunoundepartmentfiguratively
کھاتاUrduverbinflection of کھانا (khānā, “to eat”): / masculine singular habitual participlehabitual masculine participle singular
کھاتاUrduverbinflection of کھانا (khānā, “to eat”): / masculine singular contrafactual
ܢܘܒܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounturn, go
ܢܘܒܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounshift
काकSanskritnoun(imitation of the cawing of the crow), a crowonomatopoeic
काकSanskritnoun(imitation of the crowing of the rooster)onomatopoeic
काकSanskritnounan expression of contemptcommunications journalism literature media poetry publishing writing
गीतिनाट्यHindinouna lyrical play
गीतिनाट्यHindinounan opera
छक्काNepalinouna male homosexualcolloquial derogatory
छक्काNepalinounsissycolloquial derogatory
छक्काNepalinounany set of six / sixerball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
छक्काNepalinounany set of six / a sixdice games
छक्काNepalinounany set of six / a sixcard-games games
बेकारHindiadjuselessindeclinable
बेकारHindiadjgood-for-nothingindeclinable
बेकारHindiadjunemployedindeclinable
योग्यHindiadjdeserving, capableindeclinable
योग्यHindiadjeligible, qualifiedindeclinable
रवाँHindiadjflowing
रवाँHindiadjwell-versed, fluent
रवाँHindiadjtrained, practised
वशSanskritadjwilling
वशSanskritadjsubmissive; obedient; subdued
वशSanskritadjtamed; enthralled
वशSanskritadjunder the influence of; subject to (often in compounds)
वशSanskritnounwill; wish; desire
वशSanskritnounauthority; power; control; dominion; influence
सच्Sanskritrootto be associated with, familiar with, have to do withmorpheme
सच्Sanskritrootto belong to, be attached tomorpheme
सच्Sanskritrootto follow, seek, serve, pursuemorpheme
सच्Sanskritrootto accompany, adheremorpheme
हीनSanskritadjabandoned, forsaken, left
हीनSanskritadjexcluded from
हीनSanskritadjbereft or deprived of, free from, devoid of
हीनSanskritadjdeficient, defective, insufficient
খাসীBengaliadjcastrated
খাসীBengalinouncastrated goat (or, sometimes, sheep)
খাসীBengaliadjbest, perfect
গালিবBengaliadjpowerful, mighty
গালিবBengaliadjindomitable, unconquerable
গালিবBengalinounwinner, champion.
পহেলাBengaliadjfirst
পহেলাBengaliadjbest
ਖਾਲਸPunjabiadjpure, unadulterated
ਖਾਲਸPunjabiadjgenuine, real
ਖਾਲਸPunjabiadjnetbusiness finance
ਮੰਗਣਾPunjabiverbto request, demand, ask fortransitive
ਮੰਗਣਾPunjabiverbto beg fortransitive
ਮੰਗਣਾPunjabiverbto borrowtransitive
ਮੰਗਣਾPunjabiverbto get betrothedtransitive
બરફGujaratinounice
બરફGujaratinounsnow
చరచుTeluguverbTo slap.
చరచుTeluguverbTo clap, applaud.
చరచుTeluguverbTo beat.
කිලමයතිPaliverbAlternative form of කිලමෙති (kilameti) and Sinhala script form of kilamayati, which is a causative of කිලමති (kilamati, “to do”) and should be seen for further information.alt-of alternative conjugation-7
කිලමයතිPaliadjmasculine/neuter locative singular of කිලමයන්ත් (kilamayant), present participle of the verb aboveform-of locative masculine neuter singular
จิมิPalinounThai script form of cimiThai character form-of masculine
จิมิPalinounThai script (without implicit vowels) form of cimimasculine
ชาติPalinounThai script form of jātiThai character feminine form-of
ชาติPalinounThai script (without implicit vowels) form of jātifeminine
เพื่อนThaiprona third person pronoun: he, she, it, they, etc.archaic
เพื่อนThaipronanyone or anything else; any other person or thing; other(s); the other(s).
เพื่อนThainounperson whom one knows, likes, trusts, is allied with, or receives support from: friend, buddy, mate; familiar, intimate; patron, supporter, ally; etc.
เพื่อนThainounperson going somewhere or doing something with someone as companion or escort.
เพื่อนThainounperson sharing or involved in the same activity, occupation, condition, status, etc: fellow, peer, comrade, associate, etc.
เพื่อนThainounsex partner.slang
เพื่อนThainounlesbian partner; party to or partner in a lesbian relationship.LGBT lifestyle sexualityarchaic
เย็นThaiadjcold; cool; chill.
เย็นThaiadjcool; calm; composed; serene.
เย็นThaiadjchilled; iced.
เย็นThainounthe period of time from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
เย็นThainounevening; late afternoon; early evening.broadly
เวทThainoun(พระ~) knowledge; science.archaic formal
เวทThainounreligious knowledge; sacred knowledge; secret knowledge; occult knowledge.
เวทThainounspell; magic.
เวทThainame(พระ~) Veda; Vedic period.Hinduism
ཉི་མTibetannounsun
ཉི་མTibetannounday
ཉི་མTibetannounSunday
ཉི་མTibetannameNyima (a county of Nagqu, Tibet Autonomous Region, China)
ཉི་མTibetannamea unisex given name: Nyima
ၜိုဟ်သြိုဟ်Monadjpeaceful
ၜိုဟ်သြိုဟ်Monadjcomfortable
ၜိုဟ်သြိုဟ်Monadjprosperous
ၜိုဟ်သြိုဟ်MonadjcoolKaw-Kyaik
თურქიLaznounAn ethnic group that migrated to Anatolia in the 11th century: Turk
თურქიLaznounSomeone bound to Turkey by citizenship regardless of ethnicity: Turk
მი-GeorgianpreverbIndicates movement from the speaker (see, მიტანა (miṭana))
მი-GeorgianpreverbDerives perfective verbs from imperfective ones (see, მიხვრეტა (mixvreṭa), ხვრეტა (xvreṭa))
მი-GeorgianpreverbMakes the future tense from the present (see, მიალაგებს (mialagebs), ალაგებს (alagebs))
მი-GeorgianpreverbSometimes changes the meaning of a verb (see, მიხვდება (mixvdeba), დახვდება (daxvdeba))
ნიკარტიGeorgiannounImereti form of ნისკარტი (nisḳarṭi, “beak”)
ნიკარტიGeorgiannounnose
წმენდაGeorgiannounverbal noun of წმენდს (c̣mends)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
წმენდაGeorgiannounverbal noun of სწმენდს (sc̣mends)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
წმენდაGeorgiannounverbal noun of იწმენდს (ic̣mends)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
წმენდაGeorgiannounverbal noun of უწმენდს (uc̣mends)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
წმენდაGeorgiannounverbal noun of იწმინდება (ic̣mindeba)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
წმენდაGeorgiannounverbal noun of ეწმინდება (ec̣mindeba)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
წმენდაGeorgiannounverbal noun of აწმენდინებს (ac̣mendinebs)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
ἁψίςAncient Greeknounnet, mesh
ἁψίςAncient Greeknounwheel, hoop, disc
ἁψίςAncient GreeknounAny curved form: bow, arch, vault
ῥήγνυμιAncient Greekverbto break asunder, tear, rend, shatter / to break through a line or body of mentransitive
ῥήγνυμιAncient Greekverbto break asunder, tear, rend, shatter / to break into speech, speak outpost-Homeric transitive
ῥήγνυμιAncient Greekverbto break asunder, tear, rend, shatter / to burst into tearstransitive
ῥήγνυμιAncient Greekverbto break asunder, tear, rend, shattertransitive
ῥήγνυμιAncient Greekverbto break, burst / to burst forth
ῥήγνυμιAncient Greekverbto break, burst / to be wreckedof ships
ῥήγνυμιAncient Greekverbto break, burst / to be inscribed on
ῥήγνυμιAncient Greekverbto break, burst
ῥήγνυμιAncient Greekverbto break, burst forthintransitive
ⲁⲧⲟⲩⲙCopticnameAtum, the Egyptian god of creation, destruction, and the creator of the Nile river.Sahidic
ⲁⲧⲟⲩⲙCopticnamea male given name from Egyptian
つつみJapanesenounpackage
つつみJapanesenounparcel
つつみJapaneseverbstem or continuative form of 包む (tsutsumu, “to wrap”) [godan] / stem or continuative form of 包む (tsutsumu, “to wrap”)continuative form-of stem
つつみJapanesenounbank (e.g. of a river)
つつみJapanesenamea surname
やすむJapaneseverbto rest
やすむJapaneseverbto sleep
やすむJapaneseverbto be absent (from)
やすむJapaneseverbto suspend; to be dormant
サードJapanesenouna third gear
サードJapanesenounSynonym of 三塁 (sanrui, “third base”)ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle softball sports
サードJapanesenounSynonym of 三塁手 (sanruishu, “third baseperson”)ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle softball sports
サードJapanesenounthirdAnglicism attributive
一人Chinesenouna person; one person; someone
一人Chinesenounemperorhistorical
一人Chineseadvby one person; alone
一人Chineseadvone person each
乘輿Chinesenounthe emperor's personal carriagehistorical
乘輿Chinesenounthe emperor's utensilshistorical
乘輿Chinesenounmonarch; emperorfiguratively literary
乘輿Chinesenounvehicles and horsesfiguratively literary
伸すJapaneseverbto expand, develop
伸すJapaneseverbto iron out
伸すJapaneseverbto knock down
伸すJapaneseverbto go out
Chinesecharacterfirst; ahead of time; before; beforehand
Chinesecharacterfirst; preceding; prior
Chinesecharacterfor the time being; for the moment
Chinesecharacterearlier on; before; at firstcolloquial
Chinesecharacterancient
Chinesecharacterdeceased; late
Chinesecharacterancestor; forefather
Chinesecharacterthing of utmost importance
ChinesecharacterShort for 先生 (xiānshēng).abbreviation alt-of
ChinesecharacterShort for 先手 (xiānshǒu).abbreviation alt-of
Chinesecharacteronly thenCantonese
Chinesecharacterfirst offCantonese
ChinesecharacterUsed to emphasize that something is/is not.Cantonese
Chinesecharactera surname
Chinesecharacter^† to guide; to initiate / to guide; to initiateobsolete
Chinesecharacter^† to be earlier / to be earlierobsolete
Chinesecharacter^† to surpass / to surpassobsolete
Chinesecharacter^† originally / originallyobsolete
Chinesecharacter^† to introduce / to introduceobsolete
Chinesecharacter^† term of address for one's elder brother's wife / term of address for one's elder brother's wifeobsolete
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 先馬/先马.
先兆Chinesenounharbinger; forewarning; omen; premonition; augury; portent
先兆Chinesenounauramedicine sciences
公堂Chinesenouncourt; court of law; tribunallaw
公堂Chinesenounhall (for holding meetings, concerts, receiving guests, etc.)
冷淡Chineseadjindifferent; cold; aloof; apatheticof an attitude
冷淡Chineseadjsluggish; slackof business
冷淡Chineseadjcheerless; desolateof environment
冷淡Chineseverbto treat coldly; to give the cold shoulder
初春Japanesenounearly spring
初春Japanesenamea female given name
初春Japanesenounearly spring
初春Japanesenounthe first month in the lunar calendar
勧めるJapaneseverbsuggest, recommend, advise
勧めるJapaneseverboffer food, drink or the use of something
勧めるJapaneseverbpromote (industry etc.)
Chinesecharacterto destroy
Chinesecharacterto collapse
地圖Chinesenounmap (visual representation of an area) (Classifier: 張/张; 本)
地圖Chinesenounmap (imaginary or fictional area where a game or a session thereof takes place)video-games
寸心Chinesenounheart; innermost beingliterary
寸心Chinesenounfriendly regard; affectionliterary
Chinesecharactera living person who represents the dead person during a ritehistorical
Chinesecharacterdead body
平信Chinesenounordinary mail
平信Chinesenounsurface mail
Chinesecharacterdejected; unsettledliterary
Chinesecharacterangry; pent up; annoyedliterary
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 悖 (“to go against; to run counter to”)alt-of alternative
Chinesecharacterangry; gloweringliterary
Chinesecharacterto pick; to select; to choose
Chinesecharacterto nitpick
Chinesecharacterto carry (something) on a shoulder pole
Chinesecharacterto provoke; to incite
Chinesecharacterto poke
Chinesecharacterto bring something into the open; to make public
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 挑達/挑达 (tāotà, “walking back and forth; coming and going”).
Chinesecharacterto reduce; to decrease; to cut; to diminish
Chinesecharacterto harm; to cause destruction to; to damage
Chinesecharacterto lose; to forfeit
Chinesecharacterloss; decrease; reduction
Chinesecharacterto make sarcastic remarks; to act meanly; to mockcolloquial
Chinesecharacteracrimonious; caustic; biting; mean (especially Min Nan)colloquial of remarks
Chinesecharacterto be injured, in the form of an abrasionCantonese
摸魚Chineseverbto catch fishliterally
摸魚Chineseverbto slack offfiguratively humorous
放蛇Chineseverbto conduct a sting operation; to conduct a decoy operationCantonese Hong-Kong
放蛇Chineseverbto goof off; to slack off; to to be lazy during workCantonese
日向Japanesenounthe direction the sun is shining
日向Japanesenouna sunny spot or place
日向Japanesephrase日向(ひなた)に氷(こおり) (hinata ni kōri, “ice in sun → melting → gradually disappearing”)idiomatic
日向Japanesephrase陰(かげ)になり日向(ひなた)になり (kage ni nari hinata ni nari)idiomatic
日向Japanesephrase夏(なつ)は日向(ひなた)を行(ゆ)け冬(ふゆ)は日(ひ)陰(かげ)を行(ゆ)け (natsu wa hinata o yuke fuyu wa hikage o yuke)idiomatic
日向Japanesenamea placename
日向Japanesenamea female given name
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea placename, especially: / Short for 日向国 (Hyūga-no-kuni): Hyūga Province, an old province of Japan, corresponding to modern Miyazaki Prefecture on the eastern coast of Kyushuabbreviation alt-of historical
日向Japanesenamea placename, especially: / Short for 日向市 (Hyūga-shi): the city of Hyūga in Miyazaki Prefectureabbreviation alt-of
日向Japanesenamean Ise-class battleship of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II (see Japanese battleship Hyūga on Wikipedia.Wikipedia)historical
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea female given name
日向Japanesenounfacing (opposite) the sunarchaic
日向JapanesenameShort for 日向湖 (Hiruga-ko): one of the 三方五湖 (Mikata Goko, “Five Lakes of Mikata”) in Fukui Prefectureabbreviation alt-of
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea female given name
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea female given name
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea placename
日向Japanesenamea placename
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea female given name
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea surname
日向Japanesenamea surname
月牙Chinesenouncrescent moon
月牙Chinesenouncrescent-shaped object
月牙Chinesenounlunula; pale area at the base of the nail
本位Chinesenounmonetary standardhobbies lifestyle numismatics
本位Chinesenounone's own department or post
本位Chinesenounself; oneselfliterary
水酒錢Chinesenounbeverage expenses (for a feast)Hokkien Quanzhou Xiamen
水酒錢Chinesenounexpenses for water transportHokkien Xiamen
水酒錢Chinesenouncompensation for asking someone to bring or buy somethingXiamen Zhangzhou-Hokkien
汗衫Chinesenounundershirt; singlet
汗衫ChinesenounT-shirt
汗衫ChinesenounshirtBeijing Fuzhou Hakka Mandarin Meixian Min-Dong
Chinesecharactercondition; situation
Chinesecharactermuch less; let alonearchaic
Chinesecharacterfurthermore
Chinesecharacterto compare; to draw an analogy with
Japanesecharactergrade-3-kanji kanji no-gloss
Japanesenounthe flow of water or something like water
Japanesenounart forms, methods, styles, and techniques peculiar to a person or house
Japaneseaffixcurrent, flow, stream, waterflow
Japaneseaffixflowing, washing
Japaneseaffixspread
病原Chinesenouncause of disease
病原Chinesenounpathogen
省略Chineseverbto omit; to leave out
省略Chineseverbto use ellipsisgrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesrhetoric
砌磚Chineseverbto lay bricks
砌磚Chineseverbto play mahjongcolloquial figuratively
稟神Chineseverbto report to a god; to prayCantonese
稟神Chineseverbto talk to oneself; to mutterCantonese
Chinesecharacterbrick kiln; furnace
Chinesecharacter-ware (specifically, pottery manufactured in a particular place)
Chinesecharactercoal pit
Chinesecharactercave dwelling (common in the Loess Plateau, Northern China); yaodong
Chinesecharacterbrothel; whorehousecolloquial
Chinesecharactera surname: Yao
Chinesecharacterto weave; to knit
Chinesecharacterto organize; to form; to unite
Chinesecharacterto alternate; to stagger
Chinesecharacterpoem; verse; ode; poetry (Classifier: 首 m c h)
ChinesecharacterShort for 詩經/诗经 (Shījīng, “Classic of Poetry”).abbreviation alt-of
Japanesecharacterpoetry, poemgrade-3-kanji kanji
JapanesecharacterChinese-style poetryarchaic grade-3-kanji kanji
Japanesecharactermodern Japanese poetrygrade-3-kanji kanji
Japanesenounpoem
Japanesenounverse of poetry
JapanesenounChinese poetrycommunications journalism literature media poetry publishing writing
JapanesenounShort for 詩経 (“Shijing, the Book of Odes”).abbreviation alt-of
Chinesecharacterto be greedy
Chinesecharacterto be fond of; to have an insatiable desire for
Chinesecharacterto pursue something (excessively or inappropriately)
Chinesecharacterto embezzle
退職Chineseverbto leave office; to resign
退職Chineseverbto retire (stop working on a permanent basis)
速度Chinesenounvelocitynatural-sciences physical-sciences physics
速度Chinesenounspeed; rate; paceusually
速度Chineseadjdemonstrating a rapid speed; quick; swift; efficientcolloquial neologism
鄉下人Chinesenounvillager; country folk
鄉下人Chinesenouncountry bumpkin
鄉下人Chinesenounnon-ShanghaineseShanghai derogatory
長じるJapaneseverbto grow into adulthood
長じるJapaneseverbto excel
雲漢Chinesenounthe Milky Wayliterary
雲漢Chinesenounsky; heavensliterary
雲漢Chinesenounsummer droughtfiguratively literary
飯菜Chinesenounmeal; dish; food; rice-based food or meal
飯菜Chinesenouna dish made of rice with char siu, a hard-boiled egg, soy sauce and sugarCantonese Singapore
Chinesecharacterlarge horse
Chinesecharacterhaughty; arrogant
龜頭Chinesenounhead of a tortoise or turtle
龜頭Chinesenounglans penisanatomy medicine sciences
ꦒꦼꦫꦶꦁJavanesenounsick
ꦒꦼꦫꦶꦁJavaneseadjlanguishing, sickly
ꦒꦼꦫꦶꦁJavaneseadjthin, emaciated
Koreannounhouse, residence
Koreannounpalace
Koreannounking, palaceboard-games games xiangqi
Koreannounbow
Koreannounpoverty
Koreannounexhaustion
Koreannouninvestigation
선고Koreannounannouncement
선고Koreannounsentencelaw
𐌲𐍂𐌰𐍃Gothicnounblade (narrow leaf of a grass or cereal.)
𐌲𐍂𐌰𐍃Gothicnounherb (plant whose stem is not woody)
𐌲𐍂𐌰𐍃Gothicnounherbage (herbs collectively)uncountable
𑀮𑀺𑀳𑀇Prakritverbto writetransitive
𑀮𑀺𑀳𑀇Prakritverbto licktransitive
𑂃𑂮𑂹𑂞𑂱𑂩Magahiadjstable, steady
𑂃𑂮𑂹𑂞𑂱𑂩Magahiadjat ease
🔝EnglishsymbolOn a box or other packaging, indicates which way is upright.
🔝EnglishsymbolAn icon which directs the user to the top of a webpage or application (sometimes represented by just an arrow).computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
🔝EnglishsymbolTop.Internet
(Canada) a tightly packed group of reporters surrounding a spokespersonscrumEnglishnounA tightly-packed and disorderly crowd of people.
(Canada) a tightly packed group of reporters surrounding a spokespersonscrumEnglishnounA tightly packed group of reporters surrounding a person, usually a politician, asking for comments about an issue; an opportunity provided for a politician to be approached this way.Canada
(Canada) a tightly packed group of reporters surrounding a spokespersonscrumEnglishnounIn rugby union or rugby league, all the forwards joined together in an organised way.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sports
(Canada) a tightly packed group of reporters surrounding a spokespersonscrumEnglishnounIn Agile software development (specifically Scrum or related methodologies), a daily meeting in which each developer describes what they have been doing, what they plan to do next, and any impediments to progress.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences software
(Canada) a tightly packed group of reporters surrounding a spokespersonscrumEnglishnounHostile shoving between two groups.
(Canada) a tightly packed group of reporters surrounding a spokespersonscrumEnglishverbTo form a scrum.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sportsintransitive
(Canada) a tightly packed group of reporters surrounding a spokespersonscrumEnglishnameAlternative letter-case form of Scrumcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwarealt-of
(computing)ifEnglishconjSupposing that, assuming that, in the circumstances that; used to introduce a condition or choice.
(computing)ifEnglishconjIn the event that a statement is true (a programming statement that acts in a similar manner).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
(computing)ifEnglishconjSupposing that; used with past or past perfect subjunctive indicating that the condition is closed.
(computing)ifEnglishconjSupposing that; given that; supposing it is the case that.
(computing)ifEnglishconjAlthough; used to introduce a concession.
(computing)ifEnglishconjWhether; used to introduce a noun clause, an indirect question, that functions as the direct object of certain verbs.proscribed sometimes
(computing)ifEnglishconjEven if; even in the circumstances that.excessive usually
(computing)ifEnglishconjIntroducing a relevance conditional.
(computing)ifEnglishnounAn uncertainty, possibility, condition, doubt etc.informal
*bъrъ (“foxtail millet”)boršьnoProto-Slavicnounflourreconstruction
*bъrъ (“foxtail millet”)boršьnoProto-Slavicnounfood, mealreconstruction
1000 bitskilobitEnglishnounOne thousand (10³, or 1,000) bits.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
1000 bitskilobitEnglishnouna kibibitcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesrare
1000 bitskilobitEnglishnounone kilobit per secondcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesinformal
A city in OntarioOshawaEnglishnameA city in the Regional Municipality of Durham, Ontario, Canada.
A city in OntarioOshawaEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Bull Moose Township and Deerfield Township, Cass County, Minnesota, United States.
A city in OntarioOshawaEnglishnameA township and unincorporated community therein, in Nicollet County, Minnesota, named after Oshawa, Ontario.
A city in RomaniaBradEnglishnameA diminutive of the male given names Bradley, Bradly, or Bradford, also used as a formal given name.
A city in RomaniaBradEnglishnameA city in Hunedoara, Romania
A high-ranking judicial officer of medieval EnglandjusticiarEnglishnounOne who administers justice / A high-ranking judicial officer of medieval England or Scotland.historical
A high-ranking judicial officer of medieval EnglandjusticiarEnglishnounOne who administers justice / A justice: a high-ranking judge.historical
A high-ranking judicial officer of medieval EnglandjusticiarEnglishnounOne who administers justice / A Chief Justiciar: the highest political and judicial officer of the Kingdom of England in the 12th and 13th centuries.historical
A high-ranking judicial officer of medieval EnglandjusticiarEnglishnounOne who administers justice / Various equivalent medieval offices elsewhere in Europe.historical
A high-ranking judicial officer of medieval EnglandjusticiarEnglishnounA justiciary: a believer in the doctrine (or heresy) that adherence to religious law redeems mankind before God.Christianity lifestyle religion theologyrare
A person who traces somethingtracerEnglishnounA compound, element, or isotope used to track the progress or history of a natural process.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
A person who traces somethingtracerEnglishnounA round of ammunition for a firearm that contains magnesium or another flammable substance arranged such that it will burn and produce a visible trail when fired in the dark.
A person who traces somethingtracerEnglishnounThe act or state of tracking or investigating something.
A person who traces somethingtracerEnglishnounA request to trace the movements of a person or an object, such as a shipment.
A person who traces somethingtracerEnglishnounA person who traces something.
A person who traces somethingtracerEnglishnounA device or instrument used to assist in making tracings.
Aethomysrock ratEnglishnounCertain members of the subfamily Murinae in the family Muridae, those in: / Zyzomys, an Australian genus
Aethomysrock ratEnglishnounCertain members of the subfamily Murinae in the family Muridae, those in: / Aethomys, of Africa
Aethomysrock ratEnglishnounPetromyscus, a southwestern African genus in the subfamily Petromyscinae of the family Nesomyidae (more frequently referred to as rock mice)
Aethomysrock ratEnglishnounAconaemys, a genus in Argentina and Chile, of the family Octodontidae: / Aconaemys, a genus in Argentina and Chile, of the family Octodontidae
Aethomysrock ratEnglishnounPetromus, an African genus often called dassie rats, of the family Petromuridae
Aethomysrock ratEnglishnounLaonastes, a genus from Laos, of the family Diatomyidae
All of ushármukHungariannumthird-person plural single-possession possessive of három: their three [items] / third-person plural single-possession possessive of három: their three
All of ushármukHungariannumthe three of them, of the three
All of ushármukHungariannumthe three of you, you three (polite)
AsteroidIreneEnglishnameEirene, the Greek goddess of peace, one of the Horae/Horæ; equivalent to the Roman goddess Pax.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
AsteroidIreneEnglishname14 Irene, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
AsteroidIreneEnglishnameA female given name from Ancient Greek, in regular use since the 19th century.
AsteroidIreneEnglishnameA city and town in South Dakota, United States.
Bhaiksuki scriptपूषन्SanskritnamePūṣan (a Vedic solar deity and one of the Ādityas)lifestyle religionVedic
Bhaiksuki scriptपूषन्Sanskritnamethe Sun
Bhaiksuki scriptपूषन्Sanskritnamethe Earth
Bhaiksuki scriptঅন্ধোSanskritadjAssamese script form of अन्धो, which is sandhi form of nominative singular masculine of অন্ধ (andha, “blind”)Assamese character form-of
Bhaiksuki scriptঅন্ধোSanskritadjBengali script form of अन्धो, which is sandhi form of nominative singular masculine of অন্ধ (andha, “blind”)Bengali form-of
Bhaiksuki scriptබුද‍්ධSanskritadjSinhalese script form of बुद्ध (“awake”)Sinhalese character form-of
Bhaiksuki scriptබුද‍්ධSanskritnameSinhalese script form of बुद्ध (“Buddha”)Sinhalese character form-of
Curved double quotation marks' 'TranslingualpunctEncloses a quotation in some languages.punctuation
Curved double quotation marks' 'TranslingualpunctEncloses a cultivar epithet in the names of plant cultivars.biology natural-sciences taxonomypunctuation
Curved double quotation marks' 'TranslingualpunctEncloses a string literal in some programming languages.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencespunctuation
Federal DistrictRhode IslandEnglishnameThe smallest state of the United States, formerly officially State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations.
Federal DistrictRhode IslandEnglishnameThe official name of Aquidneck Island.
Finnish" "TranslingualpunctEncloses a quotation in some languages.punctuation
Finnish" "TranslingualpunctEncloses text that the author does not approve; see scare quotes.punctuation
Finnish" "TranslingualpunctEncloses text with a sarcastic tone.punctuation sarcastic
Finnish" "TranslingualpunctIndicates that the enclosed text uses a figurative meaning.punctuation
Finnish" "TranslingualpunctEncloses a title of a work that appears within a larger work, such as an episode of a TV series, a short story, a poem or a newspaper article.punctuation
Finnish" "TranslingualpunctUsed for emphasis.proscribed punctuation
Finnish" "TranslingualpunctEncloses a string literal in some programming and markup languages.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencespunctuation
Finnish" "TranslingualpunctIn some search engines, searches for the exact word of phrase.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencespunctuation
Form II: أَوَّلَ (ʔawwala, “to bid to return; to explain”); Verbal nounء و لArabicrootrelated to returningmorpheme
Form II: أَوَّلَ (ʔawwala, “to bid to return; to explain”); Verbal nounء و لArabicrootrelated to managingmorpheme
Form III: سَاعَدَ (sāʕada, “to help, to assist”); Active participleس ع دArabicrootrelated to happinessmorpheme
Form III: سَاعَدَ (sāʕada, “to help, to assist”); Active participleس ع دArabicrootrelated to help, assistmorpheme
Form IV: أَدْرَسَ (ʔadrasa); Verbal nounد ر سArabicrootforms words related to obliterationmorpheme
Form IV: أَدْرَسَ (ʔadrasa); Verbal nounد ر سArabicrootforms words related to threshingmorpheme
Form IV: أَدْرَسَ (ʔadrasa); Verbal nounد ر سArabicrootforms words related to studymorpheme
Form V: تَعَزَّلَ (taʕazzala); Active participleع ز لArabicrootrelated to separation, withdrawing, aloofness, independence, leavingmorpheme
Form V: تَعَزَّلَ (taʕazzala); Active participleع ز لArabicrootrelated to being unarmed, separated from weaponry, to leave conflict, to be neutral or separate from another factionmorpheme
Grantha scriptपङ्कSanskritnounmire, bog, morass, muddy pool
Grantha scriptपङ्कSanskritnounclay, slush, mud
Grantha scriptपङ्कSanskritnoundirt, moral impurity, sin
Greek mythology Olympian godsAthenaEnglishnameThe goddess of wisdom, especially strategic warfare, the arts, and especially crafts, in particular, weaving; daughter of Zeus and Metis. Her Roman counterpart is Minerva.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
Greek mythology Olympian godsAthenaEnglishnameA city in Umatilla County, Oregon, United States.
Greek mythology Olympian godsAthenaEnglishnameA female given name from Ancient Greek.
Greek mythology Olympian godsAthenaEnglishnounA woman who colludes with the patriarchy rather than actively opposing it.feminism government human-sciences ideology philosophy politics sciencesderogatory figuratively
Gyromitra esculentabeefsteak mushroomEnglishnounFistulina hepatica (an edible fungus)
Gyromitra esculentabeefsteak mushroomEnglishnounGyromitra esculenta (a potentially fatally poisonous fungus that is a delicacy)
Latinate formMarkEnglishnameA male given name from Latin.countable uncountable
Latinate formMarkEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
Latinate formMarkEnglishnameMark the Evangelist, also called John Mark, the first patriarch of Alexandria, credited with the authorship of the Gospel of Mark.countable uncountable
Latinate formMarkEnglishnameThe Gospel of St. Mark, a book of the New Testament of the Bible. Traditionally the second of the four gospels.biblical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
Latinate formMarkEnglishnounAbbreviation of Markarian.astronomy natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of
Nandinagari scriptSanskritnounA sound
Nandinagari scriptSanskritnounA kind of drum or tabor
Nandinagari scriptSanskritnounSubmarine fire
Nandinagari scriptSanskritnounFear
Nandinagari scriptSanskritnounAn epithet of Śiva
Nominal derivationsonaSwahiliverbto see, to find
Nominal derivationsonaSwahiliverbto feel, to perceive
One who grubsgrubberEnglishnounOne who grubs.
One who grubsgrubberEnglishnounA machine or tool of the nature of a grub axe, grub hook, etc.
One who grubsgrubberEnglishnounAn attacking short-distance kick in behind the defence in which the ball is bounced along the ground, using the uneven bounce of the ball to make it difficult for the defence to retrieve.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sports
One who grubsgrubberEnglishnounA ball that bounces unusually low such that it is difficult for the batsman to hit properly.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
One who grubsgrubberEnglishnounA sweetshop.UK dated slang
PersonBuriatEnglishadjFrom, of, or pertaining to, Buryatianot-comparable
PersonBuriatEnglishnounSomeone from Buryatia.
PersonBuriatEnglishnounA Mongolic language spoken around Buryatia
Pica picamaggieEnglishnounAny of several kinds of bird in the family Corvidae, especially Pica pica.
Pica picamaggieEnglishnounA superficially similar Australian bird, Gymnorhina tibicen or Cracticus tibicen.
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounVarious medieval and early modern coins or units of account / A Roman ~23k gold coin introduced by Diocletian in AD 301 and called by that name, but reissued at a slightly lower weight by Constantine I.historical
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounVarious medieval and early modern coins or units of account / Its successor Byzantine coins, from the eleventh century onward of progressively debased weight and purity.historical
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounVarious medieval and early modern coins or units of account / Synonym of sol or sou: a Carolingian unit of account equivalent to a solidus of silver.historical obsolete
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounVarious medieval and early modern coins or units of account / Synonym of soldo: the silver coins of various Italian states.historical obsolete
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounVarious medieval and early modern coins or units of account / Synonym of shilling: an English unit of account and, following the Tudor dynasty, silver coin.historical obsolete
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounThe weight of the Roman gold coin, 1/60 of a Roman pound under Diocletian or 1/72 lb. (about 4.5 grams) after Constantine.historical
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounA medieval French weight, 1/20 of the Carolingian pound.historical
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounSynonym of slash ⟨/⟩, originally (UK) in its use as the shilling mark and now its formal designation by the ISO and Unicode.media publishing typography
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounThe formal name of the oblique strikethrough overlay (as in A̷ and B̸) in Unicode.media publishing typography
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounThe division line between the numerator and the denominator of a fraction, whether horizontal or oblique.media publishing typography
Roman weightsolidusEnglishnounThe line in a phase diagram marking the temperatures and pressures below which a given substance is a stable solid.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
Siddham scriptस्नेहSanskritnounoiliness, unctuousness, fattiness, greasiness, lubricity, viscidity (also as one of the 24 gunas of the vaisheshika branch of the Nyaya philosophy)
Siddham scriptस्नेहSanskritnounoil, grease, fat, any oleaginous substance, an unguent
Siddham scriptस्नेहSanskritnounsmoothness, glossiness
Siddham scriptस्नेहSanskritnounblandness, tenderness, love, attachment to, fondness or affection for (locative, genitive, or compound), friendship with (saha)
Siddham scriptस्नेहSanskritnounmoisture
Siddham scriptस्नेहSanskritnouna fluid of the body
Siddham scriptस्नेहSanskritnounname of the Vaishyas in Kushadvipain-plural
TranslationsserializationEnglishnounThe process or action of converting something in a serial or into serial form.
TranslationsserializationEnglishnounThe process of serializing.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
Translationstwo sides of the same coinEnglishnounTwo aspects of the same thing.plural plural-only
Translationstwo sides of the same coinEnglishnounTwo things that superficially appear to be opposites but are fundamentally similar.plural plural-only
Turkish standardhorsetailEnglishnounThe tail of a horse.
Turkish standardhorsetailEnglishnounAny of various simple vascular plants, of the order Equisetales, that have hollow stems and produce spores.biology botany natural-sciences
Turkish standardhorsetailEnglishnounA Turkish standard denoting rank.government military politics war
Turkish standardhorsetailEnglishnounA mare's tail, a water plant in genus Hippuris.biology botany natural-sciences
Turkish standardhorsetailEnglishnounAny waterfall, the descending water of which maintains contact with bedrock most of the time.
Turkish standardhorsetailEnglishnouncauda equina, a bundle of nerve fibers.anatomy medicine sciences
Turkish standardhorsetailEnglishnounA ponytail hairstyle.rare
What’s happening? What are you doing?what's upEnglishphraseWhat’s the matter? What is the problem? What is wrong?colloquial idiomatic in the sense of "of concern" with-up
What’s happening? What are you doing?what's upEnglishphraseWhat's happening? What are you doing?US colloquial idiomatic in the sense of "happening" with-up
What’s happening? What are you doing?what's upEnglishphraseA casual greeting with a meaning similar to hi or nice to meet you.colloquial rhetoric
a PakistaniPakiEnglishnounA Pakistani.Canada UK ethnic offensive slur
a PakistaniPakiEnglishnounAnyone whose origins are perceived to be from South Asia/the Indian subcontinent.Canada UK ethnic offensive slur
a PakistaniPakiEnglishnounEllipsis of Paki shop.UK abbreviation alt-of ellipsis ethnic offensive slur
a PakistaniPakiEnglishadjPakistani, or perceived to be Pakistani.Britain Canada derogatory not-comparable
a city in ThailandSamut SongkhramEnglishnameA province of Thailand.
a city in ThailandSamut SongkhramEnglishnameA city in Thailand.
a cunette; in fortificationcuvetteEnglishnouna pot, bucket, or basin, in which molten plate glass is carried from the melting pot to the casting table
a cunette; in fortificationcuvetteEnglishnouna cunettegovernment military politics war
a cunette; in fortificationcuvetteEnglishnouna small vessel with at least two flat and transparent sides, used to hold a liquid sample to be analysed in the light path of a spectrometer
a cunette; in fortificationcuvetteEnglishnounan inner lid of a timepiece
a spot consisting of oiloil spotEnglishnounA spot consisting of oil; for instance, in the ocean subsequent to an oil spill.
a spot consisting of oiloil spotEnglishnounOne of the yellow spots, often circular in shape, on the upper leaf surface of grapevines in the early stages of downy mildew (caused by Plasmopara viticola infection).biology botany natural-sciences
a trembling shakequaverEnglishnounA trembling shake.
a trembling shakequaverEnglishnounA trembling of the voice, as in speaking or singing.
a trembling shakequaverEnglishnounan eighth note, drawn as a crotchet (quarter note) with a tail.entertainment lifestyle music
a trembling shakequaverEnglishverbTo shake in a trembling manner.
a trembling shakequaverEnglishverbTo use the voice in a trembling manner, as in speaking or singing.intransitive
a trembling shakequaverEnglishverbTo utter quaveringly.transitive
a weak-willed personlittle girlEnglishnounA female child, especially one younger than ten years of age.
a weak-willed personlittle girlEnglishnounOne's daughter.idiomatic slang
a weak-willed personlittle girlEnglishnounA weak-willed or effeminate person.derogatory
a wealthy or influential person; a toffnobEnglishnounThe head.
a wealthy or influential person; a toffnobEnglishnounA jack of the same suit as the card turned up by the dealer. (See also nibs.)
a wealthy or influential person; a toffnobEnglishnounThe glans penis, the sensitive bulbous structure at the end of the penis also known as the head of the penis. (Also spelled knob.)slang
a wealthy or influential person; a toffnobEnglishnoun(vulgar, slang, chiefly UK, Ireland) The penis; dick. (Also spelled knob.)broadly
a wealthy or influential person; a toffnobEnglishnounA contemptible person; dick. (Also spelled knob.)broadly derogatory
a wealthy or influential person; a toffnobEnglishnounA wealthy or influential person; a toff.Britain slang
a wealthy or influential person; a toffnobEnglishverbTo hit in the headinformal
act of going about to solicit or obtain an object of desireambitionEnglishnounEager or inordinate desire for some object that confers distinction, as preferment, honor, superiority, political power, or fame; desire to distinguish one's self from other people.countable uncountable
act of going about to solicit or obtain an object of desireambitionEnglishnounAn object of an ardent desire.countable
act of going about to solicit or obtain an object of desireambitionEnglishnounA desire, as in (sense 1), for another person to achieve these things.countable uncountable
act of going about to solicit or obtain an object of desireambitionEnglishnounA personal quality similar to motivation, not necessarily tied to a single goal.uncountable
act of going about to solicit or obtain an object of desireambitionEnglishnounThe act of going about to solicit or obtain an office, or any other object of desire; canvassing.countable obsolete uncountable
act of going about to solicit or obtain an object of desireambitionEnglishverbTo seek after ambitiously or eagerly; to covet.
act of sailing close to the windluffEnglishnounThe vertical edge of a sail that is closest to the direction of the wind.nautical transport
act of sailing close to the windluffEnglishnounThe act of sailing a ship close to the wind.nautical transport
act of sailing close to the windluffEnglishnounThe roundest part of a ship's bow.nautical transport
act of sailing close to the windluffEnglishnounThe forward or weather leech of a sail, especially of the jib, spanker, and other fore-and-aft sails.nautical transport
act of sailing close to the windluffEnglishverbTo shake due to being trimmed improperly.nautical transportintransitive of a sail
act of sailing close to the windluffEnglishverbTo bring the ship's head up closer to the wind. (Alternatively luff up)nautical transportintransitive of sailing vessels
act of sailing close to the windluffEnglishverbto let out (a sail) so that it luffs.nautical transporttransitive
act of sailing close to the windluffEnglishverbTo alter the vertical angle of the jib of a crane so as to bring it level with the load.engineering mechanical mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
action of assuagingassuagementEnglishnounThe action of assuaging; appeasement.countable uncountable
action of assuagingassuagementEnglishnounThe condition of being assuaged.countable uncountable
action of assuagingassuagementEnglishnounAn assuaging medicine or application.countable uncountable
action of the verb to drive in any sensedrivingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of driveform-of gerund participle present
action of the verb to drive in any sensedrivingEnglishadjThat drives (a mechanism or process).
action of the verb to drive in any sensedrivingEnglishadjThat drives forcefully; strong; forceful; violent (of wind, rain, etc)
action of the verb to drive in any sensedrivingEnglishnounThe action of the verb to drive in any sense.countable uncountable
action of the verb to drive in any sensedrivingEnglishnounIn particular, the action of operating a motor vehicle.countable uncountable
action of the verb to drive in any sensedrivingEnglishnounThe act of driving the ball; hitting the ball a long distance, especially from the tee to the putting green.golf hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
aggressive assaultonrushEnglishnounA forceful rush or flow forward.
aggressive assaultonrushEnglishnounAn aggressive assault.
aggressive assaultonrushEnglishverbTo rush or flow forward forcefully.
aggressive assaultonrushEnglishverbTo assault aggressively.
all sensesузбіччяUkrainiannounroadside, shoulder, waysideroad transport
all sensesузбіччяUkrainiannounedge, verge (of forest, field, etc.)
all sensesузбіччяUkrainiannounside (of mountain, hill, embankment, etc.)
an exclamation of great surprise (vulgar)fucking hellEnglishintjAn exclamation of great surprise.idiomatic vulgar
an exclamation of great surprise (vulgar)fucking hellEnglishintjAn exclamation of anger.idiomatic vulgar
an exclamation of great surprise (vulgar)fucking hellEnglishintjAn exclamation of bewilderment.idiomatic vulgar
anatomy: opening in an organhiatusEnglishnounA gap in a series, making it incomplete.countable uncountable
anatomy: opening in an organhiatusEnglishnounAn interruption, break or pause.countable uncountable
anatomy: opening in an organhiatusEnglishnounAn unexpected break from work.countable uncountable
anatomy: opening in an organhiatusEnglishnounA gap in geological strata.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
anatomy: opening in an organhiatusEnglishnounAn opening in an organ.anatomy medicine sciencescountable uncountable
anatomy: opening in an organhiatusEnglishnounA syllable break between two vowels, without an intervening consonant. (Compare diphthong.)human-sciences linguistics sciencesuncountable
anatomy: opening in an organhiatusEnglishnounA temporary absence from the public or the mainstream.countable uncountable
and seeαναστέλλωGreekverbto suspend (halt process temporarily)
and seeαναστέλλωGreekverbto suspend temporarily by law, or decreelaw
apply oneselfnose to the grindstoneEnglishnounUsed to form idioms meaning "to force someone to work hard or to focus intensely upon their work".idiomatic obsolete
apply oneselfnose to the grindstoneEnglishnounUsed to form idioms meaning "to force oneself to work hard or to focus intensely upon one's work".idiomatic
apply oneselfnose to the grindstoneEnglishadvHard at work.idiomatic not-comparable
area in Hong KongBraemar HillEnglishnameAn area in Eastern district, Hong Kong.
area in Hong KongBraemar HillEnglishnameA hill in Eastern district, Hong Kong.
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishnounA shield-bearer or armor-bearer who attended a knight.
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishnounA title of dignity next in degree below knight, and above gentleman. See esquire.
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishnounA male attendant on a great personage.
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishnounA landowner from the English gentry during the early modern period.historical
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishnounA devoted attendant or follower of a lady; a beau.
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishnounA title of office and courtesy. See under esquire.
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishnounTerm of address to a male equal.UK colloquial
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishverbTo attend as a squire.transitive
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishverbTo attend as a beau, or gallant, for aid and protection.transitive
armor-bearer who attended a knightsquireEnglishnounA ruler; a carpenter's square; a measure.obsolete
arrowChinesecharacterarrowarchery engineering government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics sports tools war weaponryClassical-Chinese
arrowChinesecharacterto vow; to swear
arrowChinesecharacterAlternative form of 屎 (“excrement; poop”)alt-of alternative
background of lacefondEnglishadjHaving a liking or affection (for).with-of
background of lacefondEnglishadjAffectionate.
background of lacefondEnglishadjIndulgent.
background of lacefondEnglishadjOutlandish; foolish; silly.
background of lacefondEnglishadjFoolish; simple; weak.obsolete
background of lacefondEnglishadjDoted on; regarded with affection.obsolete
background of lacefondEnglishverbTo have a foolish affection for, to be fond of.obsolete
background of lacefondEnglishverbTo caress; to fondle.obsolete
background of lacefondEnglishnounThe background design in lace-making.
background of lacefondEnglishnounBrown residue in pans from cooking meats and vegetables.cooking food lifestyle
background of lacefondEnglishnounA group of records having shared provenance.computing engineering human-sciences information-science mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
background of lacefondEnglishnounFoundation; bottom; groundwork.obsolete
background of lacefondEnglishnounFund, stock, or store.obsolete
banterkelakarIndonesiannounbanter
banterkelakarIndonesiannounjoke
bikini worn without the upper partmonokiniEnglishnounThe lower part of a bikini without the upper part (i.e., topless).
bikini worn without the upper partmonokiniEnglishnounA one-piece swimsuit, which may cover both the chest and the crotch (as contrasted with a bikini, which consists of two pieces).
birdcorbRomaniannounraven (bird)masculine
birdcorbRomaniannounbrown meagre (fish)masculine
blocking seaport activityembargoEnglishnounAn order by the government prohibiting ships from leaving port.
blocking seaport activityembargoEnglishnounA ban on trade with another country.
blocking seaport activityembargoEnglishnounA temporary ban on making certain information public.
blocking seaport activityembargoEnglishnounA heavy burden or severe constraint on action or expenditure.
blocking seaport activityembargoEnglishverbTo impose an embargo on trading certain goods with another country.transitive
blocking seaport activityembargoEnglishverbTo impose an embargo on a document.transitive
boat racingアウトJapanesenounout; state in which a batter is removed from playball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
boat racingアウトJapanesenounthe outside lane or track in sportshobbies lifestyle motor-racing racing sports
boat racingアウトJapanesenounan outside lane, a course other than the racing line
boat racingアウトJapanesenounthe front nine; the first nine holes of an 18-hole golf coursegolf hobbies lifestyle sports
boat racingアウトJapaneseadjunacceptable; inappropriatefiguratively informal
body of waterlakeEnglishnounA large, landlocked stretch of water or similar liquid.
body of waterlakeEnglishnounA large amount of liquid; as, a wine lake.
body of waterlakeEnglishnounA small stream of running water; a channel for water; a drain.dialectal
body of waterlakeEnglishnounA pit, or ditch.obsolete
body of waterlakeEnglishnounAn offering, sacrifice, gift.obsolete
body of waterlakeEnglishnounPlay; sport; game; fun; glee.dialectal
body of waterlakeEnglishverbTo present an offering.obsolete
body of waterlakeEnglishverbTo leap, jump, exert oneself, play.Northern UK dialectal
body of waterlakeEnglishverbSubject biological cells to repeated cycles of freezing and thawing until lysis.
body of waterlakeEnglishnounA kind of fine, white linen.obsolete
body of waterlakeEnglishnounIn dyeing and painting, an often fugitive crimson or vermilion pigment derived from an organic colorant (cochineal or madder, for example) and an inorganic, generally metallic mordant.
body of waterlakeEnglishnounIn the composition of colors for use in products intended for human consumption, made by extending on a substratum of alumina, a salt prepared from one of the certified water-soluble straight colors.
body of waterlakeEnglishverbTo make lake-red.
border between zonesZonengrenzeGermannouna border between zonesfeminine
border between zonesZonengrenzeGermannouna border between the occupied zones of Germany after the World War IIfeminine historical
border between zonesZonengrenzeGermannouna border between the occupied zones of Germany after the World War II / the border of the German Democratic Republicfeminine historical in particular informal
border between zonesZonengrenzeGermannounthe border between specific local mass transit sectors inside which a single set fare appliestransportfeminine
branchвідділенняUkrainiannounverbal noun of відділи́ти pf (viddilýty) and відділи́тися pf (viddilýtysja): separation, detachmentform-of noun-from-verb
branchвідділенняUkrainiannoundepartment, division, section (subdivision of an organization)
branchвідділенняUkrainiannounbranch (location of an organization with several locations)
branchвідділенняUkrainiannouncompartment (room, or section, or chamber; one of the parts into which an area is subdivided)
branchвідділенняUkrainiannounpart, section (of concert, performance, etc.)
branchвідділенняUkrainiannounsquadgovernment military politics war
breakfastπρωινόGreeknounmorning
breakfastπρωινόGreeknounbreakfast, breakfast time
breakfastπρωινόGreekadjAccusative masculine singular form of πρωινός (proïnós).accusative form-of masculine singular
breakfastπρωινόGreekadjNominative, accusative and vocative neuter singular form of πρωινός (proïnós).
bridge: two cards of same suitdoubletonEnglishnounA set containing precisely two elements.mathematics sciencesrare
bridge: two cards of same suitdoubletonEnglishnounA pair of cards of the same suit, which are the only cards of that suit in a player's handbridge games
bright and spacious敞亮Chineseadjbright and spaciousliterally
bright and spacious敞亮Chineseadjclear (of the mind); enlightenedfiguratively
broken in pieceshajallinenFinnishadjscattered, dispersed
broken in pieceshajallinenFinnishadjdismantled
broken in pieceshajallinenFinnishadjbroken in pieces
bywheretoEnglishadvTo what; to which place, whither?archaic interrogative not-comparable
bywheretoEnglishadvTo what end; wherefore?interrogative not-comparable obsolete
bywheretoEnglishadvTo which.archaic not-comparable relative
carmakiinaAfarnounmachine
carmakiinaAfarnouncar, automobileAfar Northern
card gamebullshitEnglishnounFeces produced by a bull.literally uncountable vulgar
card gamebullshitEnglishnounStatements that are false or exaggerated to impress or cheat the listener.slang uncountable vulgar
card gamebullshitEnglishnounStatements that are transparently or offensively false.slang uncountable vulgar
card gamebullshitEnglishnounStatements that are intentionally misleading, whether true or not.rhetoric uncountable
card gamebullshitEnglishnounStatements made without regard for their truth value.human-sciences philosophy sciencesuncountable
card gamebullshitEnglishnounSynonym of shit (in its sense of any stuff, especially when viewed negatively or with collegial vulgarity).slang uncountable vulgar
card gamebullshitEnglishnounA card game in which players try to discard their hands first, following rules that encourage bluffing, calling others' bluffs, and penalizing others by tricking them into inaccurate accusations.card-games gamespossibly uncountable vulgar
card gamebullshitEnglishadjabsurd, irrational, or nonsensical (Most often said of speech, information, or content.)slang vulgar
card gamebullshitEnglishverbTo tell lies, exaggerate; to mislead; to deceive.intransitive slang transitive vulgar
card gamebullshitEnglishverbTo have casual conversation with no real point; to shoot the breeze.intransitive slang vulgar
card gamebullshitEnglishverbTo come up with on the spot; to improvise.intransitive slang vulgar
card gamebullshitEnglishintjAn expression of disbelief at what one has just heard.slang vulgar
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishnounSomething unexpected.countable uncountable
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishnounSomething unexpected. / A mess of feces, left by a pet or small child in an unexpected place or at an unexpected time.countable uncountable
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishnounThe feeling that something unexpected has happened.countable uncountable
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishverbTo cause (someone) to feel unusually alarmed or delighted by something unexpected.transitive
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishverbTo do something to (a person) that they are not expecting, as a surprise.transitive
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishverbTo undergo or witness something unexpected.intransitive
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishverbTo cause surprise.intransitive
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishverbTo attack unexpectedly.transitive
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishverbTo take unawares.transitive
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishintjDrawing attention to a surprising action by oneself.
cause (someone) to feel surprisesurpriseEnglishintjSarcastically drawing attention to something that should have been obvious.
cause of disappointmentрасстройствоRussiannounupset, disappointment, frustration, vexation (emotions)
cause of disappointmentрасстройствоRussiannounSomething that causes the above.
cause of disappointmentрасстройствоRussiannounupset, disturbance, disruption, imbalanceuncountable
cause of disappointmentрасстройствоRussiannoundisorder
cause of disappointmentрасстройствоRussiannounThe state of an instrument being out of tune.entertainment lifestyle music
cause of disappointmentрасстройствоRussiannounThe state of a receiver being out of tune.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
cause of disappointmentрасстройствоRussiannounA disease where an organ is malfunctioning.government healthcare
cause of disappointmentрасстройствоRussiannounA state of inner turmoil.human-sciences psychology sciences
center part of the sternumgladiolusEnglishnounThe center part of the sternum.anatomy medicine sciences
center part of the sternumgladiolusEnglishnounAny of several flowering plants, of the genus Gladiolus, having sword-shaped leaves and showy flowers on spikes; gladiola.
chaotic or turbulent situationmaelstromEnglishnounA large and violent whirlpool.
chaotic or turbulent situationmaelstromEnglishnounA chaotic or turbulent situation.figuratively
choosyspanskurFaroeseadjSpanish
choosyspanskurFaroeseadjproud, haughty, arrogant
choosyspanskurFaroeseadjchoosy (with food)
cityBremenEnglishnameThe capital city of the state of Bremen, in northwest Germany, on the Weser river.
cityBremenEnglishnameA state of Germany, composed of the cities of Bremen and Bremerhaven.
cityBremenEnglishnameA community in the Rural Municipality of Bayne No. 371, Saskatchewan, Canada.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Cullman County, Alabama.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Haralson County and Carroll County, Georgia.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Cook County, Illinois.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Jo Daviess County, Illinois.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Randolph County, Illinois.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in German Township, Marshall County, Indiana.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Marshall County, Kansas.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A minor city in Muhlenberg County, Kentucky.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town and village therein, in Lincoln County, Maine.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A township in Pine County, Minnesota.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Wells County, North Dakota.
cityBremenEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Fairfield County, Ohio.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA city in Oxfordshire, England, famous for its university.
cityOxfordEnglishnameEllipsis of University of Oxford.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
cityOxfordEnglishnameAn English habitational surname derived from the city in England.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of other places in the United Kingdom: / A hamlet in Northumberland.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of other places in the United Kingdom: / A district of Tunstall, Staffordshire.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Alabama.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Arkansas.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Colorado.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Connecticut; named for the city in England.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Florida.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Georgia, United States; named for the university.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Idaho.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Indiana.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Iowa; named for its township, itself named for the town in New York.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Kansas.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Kentucky.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Maine; named for the city in England.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Maryland.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Massachusetts.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Michigan.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city, the county seat of Lafayette County, Mississippi; named for the city in England.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Furnas County and Harlan County, Nebraska.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in New Jersey.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town and village in New York; named for the town in Massachusetts.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town, the county seat of Granville County, North Carolina.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Ohio.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A borough of Pennsylvania.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in West Virginia.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town and village in Wisconsin.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA neighbourhood of Edmonton, Alberta.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA town in Nova Scotia.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA settlement on Saint Croix, in the United States Virgin Islands.
cityOxfordEnglishnameA town in Canterbury, New Zealand.
cityOxfordEnglishnounA variety of shoe, typically made of heavy leather.
cityOxfordEnglishnounA type of basket weave cotton fabric used for clothing.attributive usually
cityOxfordEnglishnounEllipsis of Oxford scholar.Australia abbreviation alt-of archaic ellipsis
cityOxfordEnglishnounA dictionary published by Oxford University Press, especially the Oxford English Dictionary.
cityOxfordEnglishnounEllipsis of Oxford shirt.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
cityOxfordEnglishnounEllipsis of Oxford marmalade.UK abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
city in the PhilippinesCalambaEnglishnameThe largest city in Laguna, Philippines
city in the PhilippinesCalambaEnglishnameA municipality of Misamis Occidental, Philippines
city in the PhilippinesCalambaEnglishnameA barangay of Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines
classic books經書Chinesenounclassic books; classic texts / classicsspecifically
classic books經書Chinesenounclassic books; classic texts / scripturesBuddhism lifestyle religionspecifically
color considered with reference to other similar colorstintEnglishnounA slight coloring.
color considered with reference to other similar colorstintEnglishnounA pale or faint tinge of any color; especially, a variation of a color obtained by adding white (contrast shade)
color considered with reference to other similar colorstintEnglishnounA color considered with reference to other very similar colors.
color considered with reference to other similar colorstintEnglishnounA shaded effect in engraving, produced by the juxtaposition of many fine parallel lines.
color considered with reference to other similar colorstintEnglishnounA vehicle window that has been darkened to conceal the occupant.automotive transport vehiclesinformal
color considered with reference to other similar colorstintEnglishverbTo shade, to color.intransitive transitive
color considered with reference to other similar colorstintEnglishcontractionit is not; it isn't; 'tisn't; it'sn'tYorkshire colloquial contraction
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A hamlet in Cornwall.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A hamlet in Holme St Cuthbert parish, Cumberland, Cumbria, previously in Allerdale borough (OS grid ref NY0948).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A suburb of Poole, Dorset.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A village in Hampshire.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A hamlet in Calbourne, Newtown and Porchfield parish, Isle of Wight (OS grid ref SZ4290).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A suburb of Ashford, Kent, also spelt New Town.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / An area of Chester, Cheshire.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / An area in New Mills, High Peak borough, Derbyshire, also partly in Cheshire East, Cheshire (OS grid ref SJ9984)
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / An area of Exeter, Devon.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / An area of Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A small village in Herefordshire, north-east of Hereford (OS grid ref SO6144).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A hamlet in Herefordshire, south-west of Leominster (OS grid ref SO4757).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A village in Essington parish, South Staffordshire district, Staffordshire (OS grid ref SJ9904).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / A hamlet in Fawfieldhead parish, Staffordshire Moorlands district, Staffordshire (OS grid ref SK0663).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / An inner suburb of Birmingham, West Midlands (OS grid ref SP0688).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in England: / An inner suburb of Huddersfield, Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees, West Yorkshire (OS grid ref SE1417).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in Wales: / A town in Newtown and Llanllwchaiarn community, Powys (OS grid ref SO1191).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in Wales: / A former area of Cardiff, demolished in 1970.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Britain. / A locale in Wales: / A suburb of Ebbw Vale, Blaenau Gwent county borough (OS grid ref SO1710).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Ireland. / A village in County Laois.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Ireland. / A village in Owney and Arra, County Tipperary.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Ireland. / A civil parish of County Westmeath.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Ireland. / A townland in County Dublin.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Ireland. / A townland in Ormond Lower, County Tipperary.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Ireland. / A townland in Eliogarty, County Tipperary.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Ireland. / A townland in County Cavan.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA community in the Isle of Man (OS grid ref SC3273).
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Australia. / A suburb of Sydney, New South Wales.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Australia. / A suburb of Geelong, Victoria.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Australia. / A suburb of Toowoomba, Queensland.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Australia. / A suburb of Ipswich, Queensland.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in Australia. / A locality in Golden Plains Shire, Victoria.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA community in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA suburb of Wellington, New Zealand.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA suburb of Johannesburg, South Africa.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A town in Connecticut.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A village in Hamilton County, Ohio.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A town in Indiana.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A census-designated place in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A city in Missouri.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A neighborhood of Palatka, Florida.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / An unincorporated community in El Dorado County, California.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A former settlement in Mariposa County, California.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / An unincorporated community in Nevada County, California.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / An unincorporated community in Illinois.
community in the Isle of ManNewtownEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / An unincorporated community in New Jersey.
constellationAriesEnglishnameA constellation of the zodiac supposedly shaped like a ram.astronomy natural-sciences
constellationAriesEnglishnameThe zodiac sign for the ram, ruled by Mars and covering March 20 – April 20 (tropical astrology) or April 15 – May 15 (sidereal astrology).astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
constellationAriesEnglishnounSomeone with an Aries star sign.
constellationAriesEnglishnameA surname.
containing excessive bloodplethoricEnglishadjSuffering from plethora; ruddy in complexion, congested or swollen with blood.medicine sciences
containing excessive bloodplethoricEnglishadjExcessive, overabundant, rife; loosely, abundant, varied.
copyexemplarLatinnounmodel, pattern, example, original or idealdeclension-3 neuter
copyexemplarLatinnouncopydeclension-3 neuter
coverdoghouseEnglishnounAny small house or structure or enclosure used to house a dog.
coverdoghouseEnglishnounA structure of small size, similar to a doghouse, but offering useful shelter for a human.
coverdoghouseEnglishnounMechanically, an equipment cover with an opening, with a shape resembling a doghouse.
coverdoghouseEnglishnounA difficult or demoralizing situation.nautical transport
coverdoghouseEnglishnounA traffic signal with five sections: two on the bottom, two in the middle, and one on top.
coverdoghouseEnglishnounAny shabby or disreputable establishment.informal
craftvesselEnglishnounAny craft designed for transportation on water, such as a ship or boat.nautical transport
craftvesselEnglishnounA craft designed for transportation through air or space.
craftvesselEnglishnounDishes and cutlery collectively, especially if made of precious metals.dialectal obsolete uncountable
craftvesselEnglishnounA container of liquid or other substance, such as a glass, goblet, cup, bottle, bowl, or pitcher.
craftvesselEnglishnounA person as a container of qualities or feelings.
craftvesselEnglishnounA tube or canal that carries fluid in an animal or plant.biology natural-sciences
craftvesselEnglishverbTo put into a vessel.transitive
croquetstakeEnglishnounA piece of wood or other material, usually long and slender, pointed at one end so as to be easily driven into the ground as a marker or a support or stay.
croquetstakeEnglishnounA piece of wood driven in the ground, placed in the middle of the court, that is used as the finishing point after scoring 12 hoops in croquet.
croquetstakeEnglishnounA stick or similar object (e.g., steel channel or angle stock) inserted upright in a lop, eye, or mortise, at the side or end of a cart, flat car, flatbed trailer, or the like, to prevent goods from falling off; often connected in a grid forming a stakebody.
croquetstakeEnglishnounThe piece of timber to which a person condemned to death was affixed to be burned.with-definite-article
croquetstakeEnglishnounA share or interest in a business or a given situation.
croquetstakeEnglishnounThat which is laid down as a wager; that which is staked or hazarded; a pledge.
croquetstakeEnglishnounA small anvil usually furnished with a tang to enter a hole in a bench top, as used by tinsmiths, blacksmiths, etc., for light work, punching hole in or cutting a work piece, or for specific forming techniques etc.
croquetstakeEnglishnounA territorial division comprising all the Mormons (typically several thousand) in a geographical area.Mormonism
croquetstakeEnglishverbTo fasten, support, defend, or delineate with stakes.transitive
croquetstakeEnglishverbTo pierce or wound with a stake.transitive
croquetstakeEnglishverbTo put at risk upon success in competition, or upon a future contingency.transitive
croquetstakeEnglishverbTo provide (another) with money in order to engage in an activity as betting or a business venture.transitive
croquetstakeEnglishverbTo deposit and risk a considerable amount of cryptocurrency in order to participate in the proof of stake process of verification.business cryptocurrencies cryptocurrency finance
crude, roughrusticEnglishadjCountry-styled or pastoral; rural.
crude, roughrusticEnglishadjUnfinished or roughly finished.
crude, roughrusticEnglishadjCrude, rough.
crude, roughrusticEnglishadjSimple; artless; unaffected.
crude, roughrusticEnglishnouna rural person.
crude, roughrusticEnglishnounan unsophisticated or uncultured person
crude, roughrusticEnglishnouna noctuoid moth.
crude, roughrusticEnglishnounany of various nymphalid butterflies having brown and orange wings, especially Cupha erymanthis.
cuckold, cheat onφοράω κέραταGreekverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see φοράω (foráo), κέρατα (kérata).
cuckold, cheat onφοράω κέραταGreekverbto put horns on, horn, cuckold, cuck (make a cuckold of someone by being unfaithful)colloquial idiomatic transitive
curved linecurveEnglishadjBent without angles; crooked; curved.obsolete
curved linecurveEnglishnounA gentle bend, such as in a road.
curved linecurveEnglishnounA simple figure containing no straight portions and no angles; a curved line.
curved linecurveEnglishnounA grading system based on the scale of performance of a group used to normalize a right-skewed grade distribution (with more lower scores) into a bell curve, so that more can receive higher grades, regardless of their actual knowledge of the subject.
curved linecurveEnglishnounA continuous map from a one-dimensional space to a multidimensional space.geometry mathematics sciencesanalytic
curved linecurveEnglishnounA one-dimensional figure of non-zero length; the graph of a continuous map from a one-dimensional space.geometry mathematics sciences
curved linecurveEnglishnounAn algebraic curve; a polynomial relation of the planar coordinates.algebraic-geometry geometry mathematics sciences
curved linecurveEnglishnounA one-dimensional continuum.mathematics sciences topology
curved linecurveEnglishnounThe attractive shape of a woman's body.informal plural-normally
curved linecurveEnglishverbTo bend; to crook.transitive
curved linecurveEnglishverbTo cause to swerve from a straight course.transitive
curved linecurveEnglishverbTo bend or turn gradually from a given direction.intransitive
curved linecurveEnglishverbTo grade on a curve (bell curve of a normal distribution).transitive
curved linecurveEnglishverb(slang) To reject, to turn down romantic advances.transitive
dawnJapanesecharacterkanji no-gloss shinjitai
dawnJapanesenounthe dawn, daybreak
dawnJapanesenounan event, occasion, occurrence
dawnJapanesenamea female given name
dawnJapanesenamea surname
dawnJapaneseaffixdawn, daybreak
dawnJapaneseaffixclear(ly understood), explicit
dawnJapanesenamea female given name
dawnJapanesenamea female given name
dawnJapanesenamea male given name
dawnJapanesenamea male or female given name
dawnJapanesenamea male or female given name
dawnJapanesenamea female given name
dawnJapanesenamea female given name
dawnJapanesenamea surname
dawnJapanesenamea male or female given name
decline a request or demandrefuseEnglishadjDiscarded, rejected.
decline a request or demandrefuseEnglishnounCollectively, items or material that have been discarded; rubbish, garbage.uncountable
decline a request or demandrefuseEnglishverbTo decline (a request or demand).transitive
decline a request or demandrefuseEnglishverbTo decline a request or demand, forbear; to withhold permission.intransitive
decline a request or demandrefuseEnglishverbTo throw back, or cause to keep back (as the centre, a wing, or a flank), out of the regular alignment when troops are about to engage the enemy.government military politics war
decline a request or demandrefuseEnglishverbTo disown.obsolete transitive
decline a request or demandrefuseEnglishnounrefusalobsolete
decline a request or demandrefuseEnglishverbTo melt again.
defeated of hope or expectationdisappointedEnglishadjDefeated of expectations or hope; experiencing disappointment; let down.
defeated of hope or expectationdisappointedEnglishadjDefeated of expectations or hope; experiencing disappointment; let down. / Having had a marriage proposal rejected.
defeated of hope or expectationdisappointedEnglishadjExpressing or indicating disappointment.
defeated of hope or expectationdisappointedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of disappointform-of participle past
desertAtacamaEnglishnameThe Atacama Desert, a long desert in Chile, and the driest desert on Earth according to various sources.
desertAtacamaEnglishnameA region of northern Chile.
destroyer in ProverbswasterEnglishnounSomeone or something that wastes; someone who squanders or spends extravagantly.
destroyer in ProverbswasterEnglishnounAn imperfection in the wick of a candle, causing it to waste.dialectal
destroyer in ProverbswasterEnglishnounA destroyer or plunderer.obsolete
destroyer in ProverbswasterEnglishnounAn item that is spoiled during its manufacture.
destroyer in ProverbswasterEnglishnounA kind of cudgel; also, a blunt-edged sword used as a foil.fencing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warobsolete
destroyer in ProverbswasterEnglishnounA leister; a spear for catching fish.Scotland obsolete
deviation from what is right or correctprevaricationEnglishnounDeviation from what is right or correct.archaic countable uncountable
deviation from what is right or correctprevaricationEnglishnounEvasion of the truth.countable uncountable
deviation from what is right or correctprevaricationEnglishnounA secret abuse in the exercise of a public office.countable uncountable
deviation from what is right or correctprevaricationEnglishnounThe collusion of an informer with the defendant, for the purpose of making a sham prosecution.lawAncient-Rome countable historical uncountable
deviation from what is right or correctprevaricationEnglishnounA false or deceitful seeming to undertake a thing for the purpose of defeating or destroying it.lawcountable uncountable
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA looping of a piece of string or of any other long, flexible material that cannot be untangled without passing one or both ends of the material through its loops.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA tangled clump.of hair
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA maze-like pattern.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA non-self-intersecting closed curve in (e.g., three-dimensional) space that is an abstraction of a knot (in sense 1 above).mathematics sciences
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA difficult situation.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounThe whorl left in lumber by the base of a branch growing out of the tree's trunk.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounLocal swelling in a tissue area, especially skin, often due to injury.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA tightened and contracted part of a muscle that feels like a hard lump under the skin.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA protuberant joint in a plant.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounAny knob, lump, swelling, or protuberance.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounThe swelling of the bulbus glandis in members of the dog family, Canidae.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounThe point on which the action of a story depends; the gist of a matter.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA node (point at which the lines of a funicular machine meet from different angular directions)engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA kind of epaulet; a shoulder knot.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA group of people or things.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA bond of union; a connection; a tie.
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA unit of speed, equal to one nautical mile per hour.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transport
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA unit of indicated airspeed, calibrated airspeed, or equivalent airspeed, which varies in its relation to the unit of speed so as to compensate for the effects of different ambient atmospheric conditions on aircraft performance.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
difficult situationknotEnglishnounA nautical mile.nautical transport
difficult situationknotEnglishnounThe bulbus glandis.slang
difficult situationknotEnglishnounIn omegaverse fiction, a bulbus glandis-like structure on the penis of a male alpha, which ties him to an omega during intercourse.lifestyleslang
difficult situationknotEnglishnounFor more quotations using this term, see Citations:knot.
difficult situationknotEnglishverbTo form into a knot; to tie with a knot or knots.transitive
difficult situationknotEnglishverbTo form wrinkles in the forehead, as a sign of concentration, concern, surprise, etc.transitive
difficult situationknotEnglishverbTo unite closely; to knit together.
difficult situationknotEnglishverbTo entangle or perplex; to puzzle.obsolete rare transitive
difficult situationknotEnglishverbTo form knots.intransitive
difficult situationknotEnglishverbTo knit knots for a fringe.intransitive
difficult situationknotEnglishnounOne of a variety of shore birds; red-breasted sandpiper (variously Calidris canutus or Tringa canutus).
disagreeable personmookEnglishnounA disagreeable or incompetent person.Mid-Atlantic New-England US slang
disagreeable personmookEnglishnounAn anonymous foe that appears in large numbers and is readily dispatched by the hero.games gamingcolloquial
disagreeable personmookEnglishnounA book published in the form factor of a magazine.
discrimination or prejudicereligionismEnglishnounexcessive religious ardour or zealcountable uncountable
discrimination or prejudicereligionismEnglishnounextreme pietycountable uncountable
discrimination or prejudicereligionismEnglishnoundiscrimination or prejudice on the basis of religion or religious beliefs.countable uncountable
distasteful, ignoble, vile, or contemptiblesordidEnglishadjDistasteful, ignoble, vile, or contemptible.
distasteful, ignoble, vile, or contemptiblesordidEnglishadjDirty or squalid.
distasteful, ignoble, vile, or contemptiblesordidEnglishadjMorally degrading.
distasteful, ignoble, vile, or contemptiblesordidEnglishadjGrasping; stingy; avaricious.
distasteful, ignoble, vile, or contemptiblesordidEnglishadjOf a dull colour.
drum tower譙樓Chinesenouna platform on top of a city wall that allows one to watch for the enemyarchitecture
drum tower譙樓Chinesenoundrum towerarchitecture
drunkrollingEnglishadjDrunk; intoxicated from alcohol, staggering.colloquial
drunkrollingEnglishadjStaggered in time and space.
drunkrollingEnglishadjMoving by turning over and over about an axis.
drunkrollingEnglishadjExtending in gentle undulations (of the landscape).
drunkrollingEnglishadjMaking a continuous sound.
drunkrollingEnglishadjShort for rolling in it (“very wealthy”).abbreviation alt-of slang
drunkrollingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of rollform-of gerund participle present
drunkrollingEnglishnounThe act by which something is rolled.
dungheapmiddenEnglishnounA dungheap.
dungheapmiddenEnglishnounA refuse heap usually near a dwelling.
dungheapmiddenEnglishnounA prehistoric pile of bones and shells.archaeology history human-sciences sciences
dungheapmiddenEnglishnounA shelter made of vegetation and other materials by packrats.biology natural-sciences zoology
dungheapmiddenEnglishnounAn accumulation of dried urine and fecal deposits made by hyraxes.biology natural-sciences zoology
eachchaqueFrenchadjeachinvariable
eachchaqueFrenchadjeveryinvariable
easeesynesseMiddle EnglishnounSpiritual comfort; equanimity, tranquility.
easeesynesseMiddle EnglishnounGentleness.
easeesynesseMiddle EnglishnounDisposed or characterized by mercy; clemency.
easeesynesseMiddle EnglishnounEase, facility.
easy, cursiverunningEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of runform-of gerund participle present
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjMoving or advancing at a run.not-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjMoving or advancing at a run. / Of a horse, having a running gait; not a trotter or pacer.not-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjPresent, current.not-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjFlowing; easy; cursive.not-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjContinuous; ongoing; keeping along step by step.not-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjHaving a continuous design or pattern.not-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjConsecutive (much more commonly expressed by an adverb; see below).not-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjExtending by a slender climbing or trailing stem.biology botany natural-sciencesnot-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjDischarging pus.medicine sciencesnot-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadjDischarging snot or mucus.medicine sciencesnot-comparable of a nose
easy, cursiverunningEnglishadvConsecutively; in a row.informal not-comparable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishnounThe action of the verb to run.countable uncountable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishnounThe activity of running as a form of exercise, as a sport, or for any other reason.countable uncountable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishnounThat which runs or flows; the quantity of a liquid which flows in a certain time or during a certain operation.countable uncountable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishnounThe discharge from an ulcer or other sore.countable uncountable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishnounThe act of running errands.colloquial countable uncountable
easy, cursiverunningEnglishprepApproaching; about; roughly.colloquial
eating utensilforkEnglishnounAny of several types of pronged (tined) tools (physical tools), as follows: / A utensil with spikes used to put solid food into the mouth, or to hold food down while cutting.
eating utensilforkEnglishnounAny of several types of pronged (tined) tools (physical tools), as follows: / Any of several types of pronged tools for use on farms, in fields, or in the garden or lawn, such as a smaller hand fork for weeding or a larger one for turning over the soil.
eating utensilforkEnglishnounAny of several types of pronged (tined) tools (physical tools), as follows: / Any of several types of pronged tools for use on farms, in fields, or in the garden or lawn, such as a smaller hand fork for weeding or a larger one for turning over the soil. / Such a pronged tool having a long straight handle, generally for two-handed use, as used for digging, lifting, mucking, pitching, etc.
eating utensilforkEnglishnounAny of several types of pronged (tined) tools (physical tools), as follows: / A tuning fork.
eating utensilforkEnglishnounA fork in the road, as follows: / An intersection in a road or path where one road is split into two.from the tool shape physical
eating utensilforkEnglishnounA fork in the road, as follows: / A decision point.figuratively from the tool shape
eating utensilforkEnglishnounA point where a waterway, such as a river or other stream, splits and flows into two (or more) different directions.from the tool shape
eating utensilforkEnglishnounOne of the parts into which anything is furcated or divided; a prong; a branch of a stream, a road, etc.; a barbed point, as of an arrow.metonymically
eating utensilforkEnglishnounA point in time where one has to make a decision between two life paths.figuratively
eating utensilforkEnglishnounA point in time where one has to make a decision between two life paths. / Either of the (figurative) paths thus taken.figuratively metonymically
eating utensilforkEnglishnoun(software development, content management, data management) A departure from having a single source of truth (SSOT), sometimes intentionally but usually unintentionally. / Any of the pieces/versions (of software, content, or data sets) thus created.figuratively from a physical fork metonymically
eating utensilforkEnglishnoun(software development, content management, data management) A departure from having a single source of truth (SSOT), sometimes intentionally but usually unintentionally. / The launch of one or more separate software development efforts based upon a modified copy of an existing project, especially in free and open-source software.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwarefiguratively from a physical fork
eating utensilforkEnglishnoun(software development, content management, data management) A departure from having a single source of truth (SSOT), sometimes intentionally but usually unintentionally. / The launch of one or more separate software development efforts based upon a modified copy of an existing project, especially in free and open-source software. / Any of the software projects resulting from the launch of such separate software development efforts based upon a copy of the original project.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwarefiguratively from a physical fork
eating utensilforkEnglishnoun(software development, content management, data management) A departure from having a single source of truth (SSOT), sometimes intentionally but usually unintentionally. / The splitting of the coverage of a topic (within a corpus of content) into two or more pieces.figuratively from a physical fork
eating utensilforkEnglishnounAny of the pieces/versions of content thus created.
eating utensilforkEnglishnounA split in a blockchain resulting from protocol disagreements, or a branch of the blockchain resulting from such a split.business cryptocurrencies cryptocurrency finance
eating utensilforkEnglishnounThe simultaneous attack of two adversary pieces with one single attacking piece (especially a knight).board-games chess games
eating utensilforkEnglishnounThe crotch.Britain vulgar
eating utensilforkEnglishnounA forklift.colloquial
eating utensilforkEnglishnounEither of the blades of a forklift (or, in plural, the set of blades), on which the goods to be raised are loaded.
eating utensilforkEnglishnounIn a bicycle or motorcycle, the portion of the frameset holding the front wheel, allowing the rider to steer and balance, also called front fork.cycling hobbies lifestyle motorcycling sports
eating utensilforkEnglishnounThe upper front brow of a saddle bow, connected in the tree by the two saddle bars to the cantle on the other end.
eating utensilforkEnglishnounA gallows.obsolete
eating utensilforkEnglishverbTo divide into two or more branches or copies. / To spawn a new child process by duplicating the existing process.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive transitive
eating utensilforkEnglishverbTo divide into two or more branches or copies. / To launch a separate software development effort based upon a modified copy of an existing software project, especially in free and open-source software.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareintransitive transitive
eating utensilforkEnglishverbTo divide into two or more branches or copies. / To create a copy of a distributed version control repository.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareintransitive transitive
eating utensilforkEnglishverbTo divide into two or more branches or copies.intransitive transitive
eating utensilforkEnglishverbTo move with a fork (as hay or food).transitive
eating utensilforkEnglishverbTo kick someone in the crotch.Britain transitive
eating utensilforkEnglishverbTo shoot into blades, as corn does.intransitive
eating utensilforkEnglishverbEuphemistic form of fuck.euphemistic form-of transitive
eating utensilforkEnglishnounThe bottom of a sump into which the water of a mine drains.business mining
eating utensilforkEnglishverbTo bale a shaft dry.business miningtransitive
either of two small woodpeckers, Jynx torquilla and Jynx ruficolliswryneckEnglishnounEither of two small woodpeckers, Jynx torquilla and Jynx ruficollis, of the Old World, that turn their heads almost 180 degrees when foraging.
either of two small woodpeckers, Jynx torquilla and Jynx ruficolliswryneckEnglishnounA twisted or distorted neck; a deformity in which the neck is drawn to one side by a rigid contraction of one of the muscles; torticollis.medicine sciencesdated
equivalent patronymic surnameBenedictEnglishnameA male given name from Latin, particularly of the sixth-century founder of the Benedictine order, and of several popes.countable
equivalent patronymic surnameBenedictEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.countable
equivalent patronymic surnameBenedictEnglishnameA placename / A city and village in Kansas, United States.countable uncountable
equivalent patronymic surnameBenedictEnglishnameA placename / A census-designated place in Maryland, United States.countable uncountable
equivalent patronymic surnameBenedictEnglishnameA placename / A village in Nebraska, United States.countable uncountable
equivalent patronymic surnameBenedictEnglishnameA placename / A city and village in North Dakota, United States.countable uncountable
estateomaisuusFinnishnounone's properties (combined), possessions, assets; estate
estateomaisuusFinnishnounwealth, fortune
ethical systemhumanismEnglishnounThe study of the humanities or the liberal arts; literary (especially classical) scholarship.uncountable usually
ethical systemhumanismEnglishnounSpecifically, a cultural and intellectual movement in 14th-16th century Europe characterised by attention to classical culture and a promotion of vernacular texts, notably during the Renaissance.capitalized historical often uncountable usually
ethical systemhumanismEnglishnounAn ethical system that centers on humans and their values, needs, interests, abilities, dignity and freedom; especially used for a secular one which rejects theistic religion and superstition.uncountable usually
ethical systemhumanismEnglishnounHumanitarianism, philanthropy.uncountable usually
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo extend, stretch, or thrust out (for example a limb or object held in the hand).intransitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo give to someone by stretching out a limb, especially the hand; to give with the hand; to pass to another person; to hand over.transitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo stretch out the hand.intransitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo attain or obtain by stretching forth the hand; to extend some part of the body, or something held, so as to touch, strike, grasp, etc.transitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo strike or touch.of a missile transitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo extend an action, effort, or influence to; to penetrate to; to pierce, or cut.broadly transitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo extend to; to stretch out as far as; to touch by virtue of extent.transitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo arrive at (a place) by effort of any kind.transitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo make contact with.figuratively transitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo connect with (someone) on an emotional level, making them receptive of (one); to get through to (someone).figuratively transitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo arrive at a particular destination.India Singapore intransitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo continue living until or up to (a certain age).transitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo understand; to comprehend.obsolete
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo strain after something; to make (sometimes futile or pretentious) efforts.
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo extend in dimension, time etc.; to stretch out continuously (past, beyond, above, from etc. something).intransitive
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo sail on the wind, as from one point of tacking to another, or with the wind nearly abeam.nautical transport
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbTo arrive at a particular destination, especially to join someone; to meet up.Multicultural-London-English slang
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounThe act of stretching or extending; extension.
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounThe ability to reach or touch with the person, a limb, or something held or thrown.
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounThe power of stretching out or extending action, influence, or the like; power of attainment or management; extent of force or capacity.
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounExtent; stretch; expanse; hence, application; influence; result; scope.
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounAn exaggeration; an extension beyond evidence or normal; a stretch.informal
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounThe distance a boxer's arm can extend to land a blow.boxing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounAny point of sail in which the wind comes from the side of a vessel, excluding close-hauled.nautical transport
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounThe distance traversed between tacks.nautical transport
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounA stretch of a watercourse which can be sailed in one reach (in the previous sense). An extended portion of water; a stretch; a straightish portion of a stream, river, or arm of the sea extending up into the land, as from one turn to another. By extension, the adjacent land.nautical transport
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounA level stretch of a watercourse, as between rapids in a river or locks in a canal. (examples?)
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounAn extended portion or area of land or water.
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounAn article to obtain an advantage.obsolete
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounThe pole or rod connecting the rear axle with the forward bolster of a wagon.
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishverbAlternative form of retch.alt-of alternative dialectal obsolete
extended portion of land or waterreachEnglishnounAlternative form of retch.alt-of alternative dialectal obsolete
false belief that someone is someone elsemistaken identityEnglishnounA case of false belief that someone is someone else.countable uncountable
false belief that someone is someone elsemistaken identityEnglishnounA defense in criminal law based on this situation, claiming that any eyewitnesses to a crime incorrectly thought that they saw the defendant.lawcountable uncountable
familyAncylostomatidaeTranslingualnamenematodes including the hookworms: / A taxonomic family within the order Panagrolaimida.
familyAncylostomatidaeTranslingualnamenematodes including the hookworms: / A taxonomic family within the order Strongylida.
family, householdگھراناUrdunounfamily, household
family, householdگھراناUrdunounlineage
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA female dog or other canine, particularly a recent mother.countable uncountable
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA promiscuous woman, slut, whore.archaic countable offensive uncountable
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA despicable or disagreeable, aggressive person, usually a woman.countable offensive uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA woman.countable offensive uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA man considered weak, effeminate, timid or pathetic in some waycountable offensive uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA man considered weak, effeminate, timid or pathetic in some way / An obviously gay man.LGBT lifestyle sexualitycountable derogatory offensive slang uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA submissive person who does what others want; (prison slang) a man forced or coerced into a homoerotic relationship.countable offensive uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA playful variation on dog (sense "man").countable informal obsolete of a man uncountable
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounFriend.colloquial countable humorous uncountable used with a possessive pronoun vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA complaint, especially when the complaint is unjustified.colloquial countable uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA difficult or confounding problem.colloquial countable uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA queen playing card, particularly the queen of spades in the card game of hearts.card-games gamescolloquial countable uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounSomething unforgiving and unpleasant.countable figuratively uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounPlace; situationcountable informal slang uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounTea (the drink).UK countable obsolete uncountable
female dog, etcbitchEnglishnounA queen.board-games chess gamescountable offensive slang uncountable vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishverbTo behave or act as a bitch.intransitive vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishverbTo criticize spitefully, often for the sake of complaining rather than in order to have the problem corrected.intransitive vulgar
female dog, etcbitchEnglishverbTo spoil, to ruin.transitive vulgar
female given nameAliceEnglishnameA female given name from the Germanic languages popular in England since the Middle Ages.
female given nameAliceEnglishnameThe person or system that sends a message to another person or system conventionally known as Bob.computing cryptography engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences physics sciences
female given nameAliceEnglishnameThe city of Alice Springs, Australia.Australia often slang with-definite-article
female given nameAliceEnglishnameA city in North Dakota.
female given nameAliceEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Jim Wells County, Texas.
female given nameInezEnglishnameA female given name from Spanish.
female given nameInezEnglishnameA small city, the county seat of Martin County, Kentucky, United States.
female given nameInezEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Holt County, Nebraska, United States.
female given nameInezEnglishnameA census-designated place in Victoria County, Texas, United States.
female given nameInezEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Cabell County, West Virginia, United States.
flatslétturIcelandicadjlevel, flat
flatslétturIcelandicadjsmooth
flatslétturIcelandicadjeven, equal; (of equal value)
flatslétturIcelandicadjeven; (leaving no remainder when divided by 2)arithmeticnot-comparable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo stretch out, open out (a material etc.) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.transitive
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo extend (individual rays, limbs etc.); to stretch out in varying or opposing directions.transitive
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo disperse, to scatter or distribute over a given area.transitive
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo proliferate; to become more widely present, to be disseminated.intransitive
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo disseminate; to cause to proliferate, to make (something) widely known or present.transitive
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo take up a larger area or space; to expand, be extended.intransitive
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo smear, to distribute in a thin layer.transitive
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo cover (something) with a thin layer of some substance, as of butter.transitive
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo prepare; to set and furnish with provisions.
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo open one’s legs, especially for sexual favours.intransitive slang
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounThe act of spreading.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounSomething that has been spread.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounA layout, pattern or design of cards arranged for a reading.cartomancy human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounAn expanse of land.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounA large tract of land used to raise livestock; a cattle ranch.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounA piece of material used as a cover (such as a bedspread).countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounA large meal, especially one laid out on a table.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounAny form of food designed to be spread, such as butters or jams.countable uncountable usually
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounA set of multiple torpedoes launched on side-by-side, slowly-diverging paths toward one or more enemy ships.government military politics warcountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounFood improvised by inmates from various ingredients to relieve the tedium of prison food.slang uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounAn item in a newspaper or magazine that occupies more than one column or page.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounTwo facing pages in a book, newspaper etc.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounA numerical difference.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounA measure of how far the data tend to deviate from the average.mathematics sciences statisticscountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounThe difference between the wholesale and retail prices.business economics science sciencescountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounThe difference between the price of a futures month and the price of another month of the same commodity.business economics finance science sciences tradingcountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounThe purchase of a futures contract of one delivery month against the sale of another futures delivery month of the same commodity.business finance tradingcountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounThe purchase of one delivery month of one commodity against the sale of that same delivery month of a different commodity.business finance tradingcountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounAn arbitrage transaction of the same commodity in two markets, executed to take advantage of a profit from price discrepancies.business finance tradingcountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounThe difference between bidding and asking price.business finance tradingcountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounThe difference between the prices of two similar items.business financecountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounAn unlimited expanse of discontinuous points.geometry mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounThe surface in proportion to the depth of a cut gemstone.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounExcessive width of the trails of ink written on overly absorbent paper.countable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounThe difference between the teams' final scores at the end of a sport match.gambling gamescountable uncountable
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishverbTo speedread; to recite one's arguments at an extremely fast pace.intransitive transitive
food designed to be spreadspreadEnglishnounAn act or instance of spreading (speedreading).
fracturebreukDutchnounfracture, breakfeminine
fracturebreukDutchnounfractionarithmeticfeminine
fracturebreukDutchnounfaultgeography geology natural-sciencesfeminine
freeing, liberation, releaseвизволенняUkrainiannounverbal noun of ви́зволити pf (výzvolyty): / freeing, liberation, release, deliverance (from captivity, restraint, servitude, etc.)uncountable
freeing, liberation, releaseвизволенняUkrainiannounverbal noun of ви́зволити pf (výzvolyty): / rescue, redemption (from a predicament)uncountable
fruitambarellaEnglishnounA tropical fruit tree native to the South Pacific (Spondias dulcis).
fruitambarellaEnglishnounThe fruit of this tree.
fruitsapotaEnglishnounThe tropical fruit from the sapodilla tree, Manilkara zapota. The fruit is 4–8 cm in diameter, has a fuzzy brown skin with very sweet earthy-brown flesh.
fruitsapotaEnglishnounSapote, the similar fruit of various other tropical and semi-tropical trees, such as Pouteria sapota.
glans penishaşefeTurkishnounantherbiology botany natural-sciences
glans penishaşefeTurkishnounglans penisanatomy medicine sciences
grammar: the shortening of a word or phraseomissionEnglishnounThe act of omitting.uncountable
grammar: the shortening of a word or phraseomissionEnglishnounThe act of neglecting to perform an action one has an obligation to do.uncountable
grammar: the shortening of a word or phraseomissionEnglishnounAn instance of those acts, or the thing left out thereby; something deleted or left out.countable
grammar: the shortening of a word or phraseomissionEnglishnounSomething not done or neglected.countable uncountable
grammar: the shortening of a word or phraseomissionEnglishnounThe shortening of a word or phrase, using an apostrophe ( ' ) to replace the missing letters, often used to approximate the sound of speech or a specific dialect.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
group of nine particlesnonetEnglishnounA composition for nine instruments or nine voices.entertainment lifestyle music
group of nine particlesnonetEnglishnounA group of nine nuclear or subatomic particles.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
group of nine particlesnonetEnglishnounA byte of nine bits.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
handPattLuxembourgishnounglass (drinking vessel)masculine
handPattLuxembourgishnounglass (quantity of liquid)masculine
handPattLuxembourgishnounround (of drinks)masculine
handPattLuxembourgishnounpawfeminine
handPattLuxembourgishnounhandcolloquial feminine
handPattLuxembourgishnounbudbiology botany natural-sciencesfeminine
handیدUrdunounhand
handیدUrdunounhandle
happen toπαθαίνωGreekverbto happen to (something negative), be wrong with, suffer, undergointransitive rare transitive
happen toπαθαίνωGreekverbto be afflicted, suffer (something medical and negative)transitive
happen toπαθαίνωGreekverbto be overcome (with an intense emotion, such as love, lust, etc), be moved, be deeply touchedintransitive
happen toπαθαίνωGreekverbto be astounded, be flabbergasted (be intensely shocked)colloquial intransitive
having a brilliant red colourvermilionEnglishnounA vivid red synthetic pigment made of mercury sulfide, cinnabar.countable uncountable
having a brilliant red colourvermilionEnglishnounA bright orange-red colour.countable uncountable
having a brilliant red colourvermilionEnglishnounA type of red dye worn in the parting of the hair by married Hindu women.countable uncountable
having a brilliant red colourvermilionEnglishnounThe red skin of the lips or its border with the skin of the face.countable uncountable
having a brilliant red colourvermilionEnglishnounThe kermes or cochineal insect.countable obsolete uncountable
having a brilliant red colourvermilionEnglishnounThe cochineal dye made from this insect.countable obsolete uncountable
having a brilliant red colourvermilionEnglishadjHaving a brilliant red colour.
having a brilliant red colourvermilionEnglishadjHaving the color of the vermilion dye.
having a brilliant red colourvermilionEnglishverbTo color or paint vermilion.transitive
having an affair with someoneinvolvedEnglishadjComplicated.
having an affair with someoneinvolvedEnglishadjAssociated with others, be a participant or make someone be a participant (in a crime, process, etc.)
having an affair with someoneinvolvedEnglishadjHaving an affair with someone.
having an affair with someoneinvolvedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of involveform-of participle past
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjTerminating in a point or edge, especially one that can cut easily; not dull, obtuse, or rounded.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjIntelligent.colloquial
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjHigher than usual by one semitone (denoted by the symbol ♯ after the name of the note).entertainment lifestyle music
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjHigher in pitch than required.entertainment lifestyle music
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjHaving an intense, acrid flavour.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjSudden and intense.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjIllegal or dishonest.colloquial
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjKeenly or unduly attentive to one's own interests; shrewd.colloquial
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjExact, precise, accurate; keen.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjOffensive, critical, or acrimonious.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjStylish or attractive.colloquial
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjObservant; alert; acute.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjForming a small angle; especially, forming an angle of less than ninety degrees.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjSteep; precipitous; abrupt.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjSaid of as extreme a value as possible.mathematics sciencesof a statement
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjTactical; risky.board-games chess games
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjPiercing; keen; severe; painful.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjEager or keen in pursuit; impatient for gratification.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjFierce; ardent; fiery; violent; impetuous.obsolete
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjComposed of hard, angular grains; gritty.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjUttered in a whisper, or with the breath alone; aspirated; unvoiced.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesdated
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadjHungry.obsolete
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadvTo a point or edge; piercingly; eagerly; sharply.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadvExactly.not-comparable
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishadvIn a higher pitch than is correct or desirable.entertainment lifestyle music
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounThe 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
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounA 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
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounA note that is sharp in a particular key.entertainment lifestyle music
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounThe scale having a particular sharp note as its tonic.entertainment lifestyle music
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp. / A hypodermic syringe.medicine sciencesplural-normally
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp. / A scalpel or other edged instrument used in surgery.medicine sciencesdated plural-normally
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp. / A sharp object; any item pointed enough to injure human skin.government healthcare human-sciences medicine psychiatry psychology sciencesplural-normally
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounSomething that is sharp.plural-normally
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounA dishonest person; a cheater.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounPart of a stream where the water runs very rapidly.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounA sewing needle with a very slender point, more pointed than a blunt or a between.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounFine particles of husk mixed with coarse particle of flour of cereals; middlings.in-plural
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounAn expert.dated slang
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounA sharpie (member of Australian gangs of the 1960s and 1970s).
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishnounAlternative form of sharpie (“type of fishing boat”)alt-of alternative
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishverbTo raise the pitch of a note half a step making a natural note a sharp.entertainment lifestyle music
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishverbTo play tricks in bargaining; to act the sharper.
having an intense, acrid flavoursharpEnglishverbTo sharpen.obsolete transitive
having had the feathers, hair, etc. removed by pluckingpluckedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of pluckform-of participle past
having had the feathers, hair, etc. removed by pluckingpluckedEnglishadjHaving had the feathers, hair, etc. removed by plucking.
having had the feathers, hair, etc. removed by pluckingpluckedEnglishadjPlayed by plucking.of the strings of an instrument
having had the feathers, hair, etc. removed by pluckingpluckedEnglishadjHaving courage and spirit; plucky.UK dated slang
having the qualities of a foxfoxyEnglishnounThe recreational drug 5-methoxy-N,N-dimethyltryptamine (5-MeO-DMT).slang uncountable
having the qualities of a foxfoxyEnglishadjHaving the qualities of a fox.
having the qualities of a foxfoxyEnglishadjCunning, sly.
having the qualities of a foxfoxyEnglishadjAttractive, sexy (of a woman).informal
having the qualities of a foxfoxyEnglishadjHaving reddish-brown hair.of a person
having the qualities of a foxfoxyEnglishadjUsing too much of the reddish-brown colours.art arts
having the qualities of a foxfoxyEnglishadjHaving an animal-like odour.of wine
heer (East Limburgish, Southeast Limburgish)hieërLimburgishnounmister, manmasculine
heer (East Limburgish, Southeast Limburgish)hieërLimburgishnounLord, Godmasculine
hencehereatEnglishadvAt this time; upon this event.not-comparable
hencehereatEnglishadvAt this; because of this.not-comparable
hillsChinesecharactermound; hill
hillsChinesecharactergrave
hillsChinesecharacterto place a coffin in a temporary shelter pending burial
hillsChinesecharacterClassifier for fields: plotdialectal
hillsChinesecharacterruinsobsolete
hillsChinesecharacteremptyobsolete
hillsChinesecharactera surname
hipb́edroLower Sorbiannounloinarchaic neuter
hipb́edroLower Sorbiannounhiparchaic neuter
hospitalizing of a patienthospitalizationEnglishnounThe hospitalizing of a patient, the condition of being hospitalized, or the period a patient stays in hospital.countable uncountable
hospitalizing of a patienthospitalizationEnglishnounInsurance that pays a patient's expenses.countable uncountable
human or artificial hair wornweaveEnglishverbTo form something by passing lengths or strands of material over and under one another.
human or artificial hair wornweaveEnglishverbTo spin a cocoon or a web.
human or artificial hair wornweaveEnglishverbTo unite by close connection or intermixture.
human or artificial hair wornweaveEnglishverbTo compose creatively and intricately; to fabricate.
human or artificial hair wornweaveEnglishnounA type or way of weaving.
human or artificial hair wornweaveEnglishnounHuman or artificial hair worn to alter one's appearance, either to supplement or to cover the natural hair.cosmetics lifestyle
human or artificial hair wornweaveEnglishverbTo move by turning and twisting.intransitive
human or artificial hair wornweaveEnglishverbTo make (a path or way) by winding in and out or from side to side.transitive
human or artificial hair wornweaveEnglishverbTo move the head back and forth in a stereotyped pattern, typically as a symptom of stress.intransitive of an animal
in a scientific mannerscientificallyEnglishadvUsing science or methods of science.
in a scientific mannerscientificallyEnglishadvUsing the scientific method.
in a scientific mannerscientificallyEnglishadvMethodically.
in a scientific mannerscientificallyEnglishadvWith regard to science.
in a scientific mannerscientificallyEnglishadvFrom a scientific perspective.
in an unnoble manner; in a manner unbecoming of true honor or dignity; unworthilydisingenuouslyEnglishadvIn a manner that is not frank or open; deceptively.
in an unnoble manner; in a manner unbecoming of true honor or dignity; unworthilydisingenuouslyEnglishadvIn an unnoble manner; in a manner unbecoming of true honor or dignity; unworthily.
in an unnoble manner; in a manner unbecoming of true honor or dignity; unworthilydisingenuouslyEnglishadvIn a manner that adopts a pose of naïveté, possibly to make a point or to deceive.
in the manner of a grandfathergrandfatherlyEnglishadjIn the manner of a grandfather.
in the manner of a grandfathergrandfatherlyEnglishadjHaving the characteristics of a grandfather.
inflamed like a sorefrettyEnglishadjCovered with a lattice-like pattern of diagonally interlaced bendlets and bendlets sinister.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsnot-comparable
inflamed like a sorefrettyEnglishadjInclined to fret, agitated, worrying.
inflamed like a sorefrettyEnglishadjInflamed, like a sore.colloquial
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounA division, a portion, a share, a part, a piece.obsolete
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounAn indefinite quantity or amount; a lot (now usually qualified by great or good).followed by of often
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo distribute among a number of recipients, to give out as one’s portion or share.transitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo administer or give out, as in small portions.transitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo distribute cards to the players in a game.intransitive transitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbdeliver damage, a blow, strike or cut. To inflict.transitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo pitch.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo have dealings or business.intransitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo conduct oneself, to behave.intransitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo take action; to act.intransitive obsolete
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo trade professionally (followed by in).intransitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo sell, especially to sell illicit drugs.intransitive transitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo be concerned with.intransitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishverbTo handle, to manage, to cope.intransitive
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounAn act of dealing or sharing out.archaic broadly
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounThe distribution of cards to players; a player's turn for this.card-games games
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounA particular instance of trading (buying or selling; exchanging; bartering); a transaction.
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounA transaction offered which is financially beneficial; a bargain.in particular
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounAn agreement between parties; an arrangement.
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounA situation, occasion, or event.informal
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounA thing, an unspecified or unidentified object.informal
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounWood that is easy to saw (from conifers such as pine or fir).uncountable
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounA plank of softwood (fir or pine board).countable
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounA wooden board or plank, usually between 12 or 14 feet in length, traded as a commodity in shipbuilding.archaic countable
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishnounMale genitalia.countable uncountable
informal: unspecified or unidentified objectdealEnglishadjMade of deal.not-comparable
information that may lead one to a certain point or conclusionclueEnglishnounA strand of yarn etc. as used to guide one through a labyrinth; something which points the way, a guide.archaic
information that may lead one to a certain point or conclusionclueEnglishnounInformation which may lead one to a certain point or conclusion.
information that may lead one to a certain point or conclusionclueEnglishnounAn object or a kind of indication which may be used as evidence.
information that may lead one to a certain point or conclusionclueEnglishnounInsight or understanding ("to have a clue [about]" or "to have clue". See have a clue, clue stick)
information that may lead one to a certain point or conclusionclueEnglishverbTo provide with a clue.
information that may lead one to a certain point or conclusionclueEnglishverbTo provide someone with information which he or she lacks (often used with "in" or "up").
information that may lead one to a certain point or conclusionclueEnglishverbAlternative form of clewalt-of alternative
inhabitantFilipinoEnglishnounA citizen or local inhabitant of the Philippines and those descending from such, especially a male.
inhabitantFilipinoEnglishnounA male Philippine-born person of pure or majority Spanish descent.historical obsolete
inhabitantFilipinoEnglishnameThe national language of the Philippines, based on Tagalog.uncountable
inhabitantFilipinoEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Philippines or its people, language, and culture.not-comparable
inhabitantFilipinoEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Tagalog, the basis of the national language of the Philippines.not-comparable
inspiring aweawfulEnglishadjVery bad.
inspiring aweawfulEnglishadjExceedingly great; usually applied intensively.
inspiring aweawfulEnglishadjCausing fear or horror; appalling, terrible.dated
inspiring aweawfulEnglishadjInspiring awe; filling with profound reverence or respect; profoundly impressive.archaic
inspiring aweawfulEnglishadjStruck or filled with awe or reverence.archaic
inspiring aweawfulEnglishadjTerror-stricken.obsolete
inspiring aweawfulEnglishadvAwfully; dreadfully; terribly.colloquial not-comparable
inspiring aweawfulEnglishadvVery, extremely.Canada US colloquial not-comparable
interstateliên bangVietnamesenouna federation (array of nations or states that are unified under one central authority)
interstateliên bangVietnamesenouna confederation (union or alliance of states or political organizations)
interstateliên bangVietnamesenouna union (country that is formed by a combination of states)
interstateliên bangVietnamesenouna commonwealth (republic)
interstateliên bangVietnamesenounfederated statescollective
interstateliên bangVietnameseadjfederal
interstateliên bangVietnameseadjfederative
interstateliên bangVietnameseadjinterstateVietnam
involving four partiesquadripartiteEnglishadjDivided into four parts.not-comparable
involving four partiesquadripartiteEnglishadjInvolving four parties or participants; four-party.not-comparable
involving four partiesquadripartiteEnglishnounA treatise divided into four parts.
island in Papua New GuineaBougainvilleEnglishnameA surname from French.countable
island in Papua New GuineaBougainvilleEnglishnameA placename / An island in Papua New Guinea.countable uncountable
island in Papua New GuineaBougainvilleEnglishnameA placename / An autonomous region of Papua New Guineacountable uncountable
island in Papua New GuineaBougainvilleEnglishnameA placename / An autonomous region of Papua New Guinea / A future country in Western Pacific, whose independence publicite predicated that independence will occur in 2027countable uncountable
island in Papua New GuineaBougainvilleEnglishnameA placename / A commune of Somme, Francecountable uncountable
island — see also Great Britain, British IslesBritainEnglishnameThe United Kingdom.broadly countable uncountable
island — see also Great Britain, British IslesBritainEnglishnameThe island of Great Britain, consisting of England, Scotland and Wales, especially during antiquity.countable uncountable
island — see also Great Britain, British IslesBritainEnglishnameEngland, Scotland and Wales in combination.countable uncountable
island — see also Great Britain, British IslesBritainEnglishnameBrittany.countable obsolete uncountable
island — see also Great Britain, British IslesBritainEnglishnameThe British Isles.countable in-plural uncountable
island — see also Great Britain, British IslesBritainEnglishnameThe British state and its dominions and holdings; the British Empire.countable historical uncountable
island — see also Great Britain, British IslesBritainEnglishnameThe British Empire.countable in-plural uncountable
island — see also Great Britain, British IslesBritainEnglishnounAn ancient Briton.archaic historical
island — see also Great Britain, British IslesBritainEnglishadjBriton; British.obsolete
killπεθαίνωGreekverbto die
killπεθαίνωGreekverbto kill (either directly or indirectly)transitive
killπεθαίνωGreekverbto kill, torture (cause suffering to)figuratively transitive
killπεθαίνωGreekverbto pain, hurt, kill (cause pain to)figuratively transitive
lacking in interestcolourlessEnglishadjHaving little or no colour.UK
lacking in interestcolourlessEnglishadjWater white.UK of a liquid
lacking in interestcolourlessEnglishadjLacking in interest or variety.UK
lacking in interestcolourlessEnglishadjNeutral in opinion or allegiance; centristgovernment politicsUK
lacking individualityfacelessEnglishadjHaving no face
lacking individualityfacelessEnglishadjHaving or revealing no individual identity or character; anonymous.
lacking individualityfacelessEnglishadjHaving or revealing no individuality, personality or distinctive characteristics.
large mass of stoneboulderEnglishnounA large mass of stone detached from the surrounding land.
large mass of stoneboulderEnglishnounA particle greater than 256 mm in diameter, following the Wentworth scalegeography geology natural-sciences
large mass of stoneboulderEnglishnounA large marble, in children's games.
large mass of stoneboulderEnglishnounA session of bouldering; involvement in bouldering.climbing hobbies lifestyle sports
large mass of stoneboulderEnglishverbTo engage in bouldering.climbing hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive transitive
leave in a willdeviseEnglishverbTo use one’s intellect to plan or design (something).transitive
leave in a willdeviseEnglishverbTo leave (property) in a will.transitive
leave in a willdeviseEnglishverbTo form a scheme; to lay a plan; to contrive; to consider.archaic intransitive
leave in a willdeviseEnglishverbTo plan or scheme for; to plot to obtain.archaic transitive
leave in a willdeviseEnglishverbTo imagine; to guess.obsolete
leave in a willdeviseEnglishnounThe act of leaving real property in a will.
leave in a willdeviseEnglishnounSuch a will, or a clause in such a will.
leave in a willdeviseEnglishnounThe real property left in such a will.
leave in a willdeviseEnglishnounDesign, devising.
legal document describing such a formal systemconstitutionEnglishnounThe act, or process of setting something up, or establishing something; the composition or structure of such a thing; its makeup.
legal document describing such a formal systemconstitutionEnglishnounThe formal or informal system of primary principles and laws that regulates a government or other institutions.government
legal document describing such a formal systemconstitutionEnglishnounA legal document describing such a formal system.law
legal document describing such a formal systemconstitutionEnglishnounA document issued by a religious authority serving to promulgate some particular church laws or doctrines.Catholicism Christianity
legal document describing such a formal systemconstitutionEnglishnounA person's physical makeup or temperament, especially in respect of robustness.
legal document describing such a formal systemconstitutionEnglishnounThe general health of a person.dated
lewd or lustfulobsceneEnglishadjOffensive to standards of decency or morality.
lewd or lustfulobsceneEnglishadjLewd or lustful.
lewd or lustfulobsceneEnglishadjDisgusting or repulsive.
lewd or lustfulobsceneEnglishadjBeyond all reason; excessive.broadly
lewd or lustfulobsceneEnglishadjLiable to corrupt or deprave.Britain
lewd or lustfulobsceneEnglishverbTo act or speak in an obscene manner; to offend.intransitive rare transitive
liable to slip, err, fall or apostatizelabileEnglishadjLiable to slip, err, fall, or apostatize.
liable to slip, err, fall or apostatizelabileEnglishadjApt or likely to change.
liable to slip, err, fall or apostatizelabileEnglishadjKinetically unstable; rapidly cleaved (and possibly reformed).chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesof a compound or bond
liable to slip, err, fall or apostatizelabileEnglishadjAble to change valency without changing its form; especially, able to be used both transitively and intransitively without changing its form.human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a verb
library: book that may not be borrowedreference bookEnglishnounA book providing factual information.
library: book that may not be borrowedreference bookEnglishnounA book that can be consulted in the library but cannot be borrowed.
linguistics: all forms which contain a common elementparadigmEnglishnounA pattern, a way of doing something, especially (now often derogatory) a pattern of thought, a system of beliefs, a conceptual framework.
linguistics: all forms which contain a common elementparadigmEnglishnounAn example serving as the model for such a pattern.
linguistics: all forms which contain a common elementparadigmEnglishnounA set of all forms which contain a common element, especially the set of all inflectional forms of a word or a particular grammatical category.human-sciences linguistics sciences
long-established practicecustomEnglishnounFrequent repetition of the same behavior; way of behavior common to many; ordinary manner; habitual practice; method of doing, living or behaving.countable uncountable
long-established practicecustomEnglishnounHabitual buying of goods from one same vendor.countable uncountable
long-established practicecustomEnglishnounHabitual buying of goods from one same vendor. / The habitual patrons (i.e. customers) of a business; business support.collective countable uncountable
long-established practicecustomEnglishnounLong-established practice, considered as unwritten law, and resting for authority on long consent. Compare prescription.lawcountable uncountable
long-established practicecustomEnglishnounTraditional beliefs or rituals.countable uncountable
long-established practicecustomEnglishnounA custom (made-to-order) piece of art, pornography, etc.countable uncountable
long-established practicecustomEnglishnounFamiliar acquaintance; familiarity.countable obsolete uncountable
long-established practicecustomEnglishnounToll, tax, or tribute.archaic uncountable
long-established practicecustomEnglishadjCreated under particular specifications, specially to fit one's needs: specialized, unique, custom-made.not-comparable
long-established practicecustomEnglishadjOwn, personal, not standard or premade.not-comparable
long-established practicecustomEnglishadjAccustomed; usual.archaic not-comparable
long-established practicecustomEnglishverbTo make familiar; to accustom.obsolete transitive
long-established practicecustomEnglishverbTo supply with customers.obsolete transitive
long-established practicecustomEnglishverbTo pay the customs of.obsolete transitive
long-established practicecustomEnglishverbTo have a custom.intransitive obsolete
lossydestructiveEnglishadjCausing destruction; damaging.
lossydestructiveEnglishadjCausing breakdown or disassembly.
lossydestructiveEnglishadjLossy; causing irreversible change.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
loud harsh soundscreechEnglishnounA high-pitched strident or piercing sound, such as that between a moving object and any surface.countable
loud harsh soundscreechEnglishnounA harsh, shrill cry, as of one in acute pain or in fright; a shriek; a scream.countable
loud harsh soundscreechEnglishnounNewfoundland rum.uncountable
loud harsh soundscreechEnglishnounA form of home-made rye whiskey made from used oak rye barrels from a distillery.uncountable
loud harsh soundscreechEnglishverbTo make such a sound.
loud harsh soundscreechEnglishverbTo travel very fast, as if making the sounds of brakes being released.figuratively intransitive
main bone of the headskullEnglishnounThe main bones of the head considered as a unit; including the cranium, facial bones, and mandible.anatomy medicine sciences
main bone of the headskullEnglishnounThese bones as a symbol for death; death's-head.
main bone of the headskullEnglishnounThe mind or brain.figuratively
main bone of the headskullEnglishnounA crust formed on the ladle, etc. by the partial cooling of molten metal.
main bone of the headskullEnglishnounThe crown of the headpiece in armour.
main bone of the headskullEnglishnounA shallow bow-handled basket.Scotland
main bone of the headskullEnglishverbTo hit in the head with a fist, a weapon, or a thrown object.
main bone of the headskullEnglishverbTo strike the top of (the ball).golf hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
main bone of the headskullEnglishverbTo drink everything that remains in a glass by upending it.
main bone of the headskullEnglishnounObsolete form of school (“a multitude”).alt-of obsolete
male animaljackEnglishnounA coarse mediaeval coat of defence, especially one made of leather.
male animaljackEnglishnounA man. / A name applied to a hypothetical or typical man.capitalized
male animaljackEnglishnounA man. / A man, a fellow; a typical man; men in general.US countable
male animaljackEnglishnounA man. / A sailor.colloquial
male animaljackEnglishnounA man. / A policeman or detective; (Australia) a military policeman.slang
male animaljackEnglishnounA man. / A manual laborer.archaic
male animaljackEnglishnounA man. / A lumberjack.Canada US colloquial
male animaljackEnglishnounA man. / A sepoy.India historical slang
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A device for turning a spit; a smokejack or roasting jack.
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / Each of a series of blocks in a harpsichord or the earlier virginal, communicating the action of the key to the quill; sometime also, a hopper in a modern piano.
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A support for wood being sawn; a sawhorse or sawbuck.obsolete
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A device used to hold a boot by the heel, to assist in removing the boot.
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A mechanical device used to raise and (temporarily) support a heavy object, now especially to lift one side of a motor vehicle when (e.g.) changing a tyre.
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / Any of various levers for raising or lowering the sinkers which push the loops down on the needles in a knitting machine or stocking frame.
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A wedge for separating rocks rent by blasting.business miningarchaic
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A grating device used to separate and guide the threads in a warping machine; a heck box.obsolete
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A machine for twisting the sliver as it leaves a carding machine, in the preparation of yarn.obsolete
male animaljackEnglishnounA device or utensil. / A switch for a jack plug, a jackknife switch; (more generally) a socket used to connect a device to a circuit, network etc.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A pitcher or other vessel for holding liquid, especially alcoholic drink; a black-jack.historical regional
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / The lowest court card in a deck of standard playing cards, ranking between the 10 and queen, with an image of a knave or pageboy on it.card-games games
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A small, typically white, ball used as the target ball in bowls; a jack-ball.
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A small ship's flag used as a signal or identifying device; a small flag flown at the bow of the vessel.nautical transport
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A measure of liquid corresponding to a quarter of a pint.UK archaic historical regional
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A fake coin designed to look like a sovereign.obsolete slang
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A jack crosstree.nautical transportarchaic historical
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A small, six-pointed playing piece used in the game of jacks.games
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A torch or other light used in hunting to attract or dazzle game at night.US
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / Money.US slang
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A strong alcoholic liquor, especially home-distilled or illicit.Canada US
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / Nothing, jack shit.colloquial euphemistic
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / The eleventh batsman to come to the crease in an innings.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
male animaljackEnglishnounA non-tool object or thing. / A smooth often ovoid large gravel or small cobble in a natural water course.slang
male animaljackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A pike, especially when young.
male animaljackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A male ass, especially when kept for breeding.US
male animaljackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Any of the marine fish in the family Carangidae.
male animaljackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A jackrabbit.US
male animaljackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / A large California rockfish, the bocaccio, Sebastes paucispinis.
male animaljackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Mangifera caesia, related to the mango tree.
male animaljackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Plant in the genus Arisaema, also known as Jack-in-the-pulpit, and capitalized Jack.colloquial
male animaljackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Spadix of a plant (also capitalized Jack).colloquial
male animaljackEnglishnounA plant or animal. / Plant of the genus Emex, also considered synonymous to Rumex, if not then containing two species lesser jack and little jack for Emex spinosa syn. Rumex spinosus, Australian English three-corner jack and prickly jack for Emex australis syn. Rumex hypogaeus.
male animaljackEnglishverbTo physically raise using a jack.transitive
male animaljackEnglishverbTo raise or increase.transitive
male animaljackEnglishverbTo increase the potency of an alcoholic beverage similarly to distillation by chilling it to below the freezing point of water, removing the water ice crystals that form, and leaving the still-liquid alcoholic portion.
male animaljackEnglishverbTo steal (something), typically an automobile; to rob (someone).colloquial transitive
male animaljackEnglishverbTo dance by moving the torso forward and backward in a rippling motion.intransitive
male animaljackEnglishverbTo jack off, to masturbate.colloquial vulgar
male animaljackEnglishadjTired, disillusioned; fed up (with).Australia
male animaljackEnglishnounThe edible fruit of the Asian tree (Artocarpus heterophyllus); also the tree itself.
male animaljackEnglishnounThe related tree Mangifera caesia.
male animaljackEnglishnounA home run.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
male animaljackEnglishverbTo hit (the ball) hard; especially, to hit (the ball) out of the field, producing a home run.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang transitive
male animalайKomi-Zyriannounmale animal
male animalайKomi-Zyriannounfather, dad
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameA male given name from Ancient Greek.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameA town in Yavapai County, Arizona.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameA town in Drew County, Arkansas.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameA small unincorporated community in Collier County, Florida.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Jerome County, Idaho.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameA village in Sangamon County, Illinois.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Union Township, Howard County, Indiana, United States.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Appanoose County, Iowa.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Hillsdale County, Michigan.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Phelps County, Missouri.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Union County, Ohio.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameA census-designated place in Somerset County, Pennsylvania.
male given nameJeromeEnglishnameA ghost town in Morgan County, West Virginia.
male magic userwarlockScotsnounthe Devil
male magic userwarlockScotsnounthe Devil / a devil; a fiend
male magic userwarlockScotsnounwarlock; a man who is thought to be in league with the powers of darkness and to have supernatural knowledge and means of bewitching and harming others / witch
male magic userwarlockScotsnounwarlock; a man who is thought to be in league with the powers of darkness and to have supernatural knowledge and means of bewitching and harming others / sorcerer, wizard, magicianin a weaker sense
male magic userwarlockScotsnounbewitched, magical, supernatural; malevolent, mischievousattributive in-compounds
male magic userwarlockScotsnounan old, ugly or misanthropic man; a mischievous or troublesome fellowderogatory
maptabulaLatinnountablet, sometimes a tablet covered with wax for writingdeclension-1 feminine
maptabulaLatinnounboard or plankdeclension-1 feminine
maptabulaLatinnounmap, painting, document or other item put onto a tabletbroadly declension-1 feminine
math: of a type of functionhomotheticEnglishadjfor a geometric figure that is the image of another figure under an homothety.geometry mathematics sciencesnot-comparable
math: of a type of functionhomotheticEnglishadjof a function of two or more variables in which the ratio of the partial derivatives depends only on the ratio of the variables, not their valuemathematics sciencesnot-comparable
math: of a type of functionhomotheticEnglishadjin which the ratio of goods demanded depends only on the ratio of their priceseconomics science sciencesnot-comparable
math: of a type of functionhomotheticEnglishadjthe relationship of a microcosm to a macrocosmnot-comparable
meetingstevnaFaroesenouncoursenautical transportfeminine
meetingstevnaFaroesenounmeetingfeminine
meetingstevnaFaroeseverbto summon
mentally illcertifiableEnglishadjThat can, or that must be certified.of a document
mentally illcertifiableEnglishadjMentally ill to such an extent that involuntary institutionalization is appropriate; crazy.informal of a person
mentally illcertifiableEnglishnounA crazy person.informal
method of detecting distant objectsradarEnglishnounA method of detecting distant objects and determining their position, velocity, or other characteristics by analysis of sent radio waves (usually microwaves) reflected from their surfacesuncountable
method of detecting distant objectsradarEnglishnounA type of system using such a method, differentiated by platform, configuration, frequency, power, and other technical attributes.countable
method of detecting distant objectsradarEnglishnounAn installation of such a system or of the transmitting and receiving apparatus.countable
method of detecting distant objectsradarEnglishnounA superior ability to detect something.countable figuratively
method of detecting distant objectsradarEnglishverbTo scan with radar, or as if with radar.
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounOne which receives or entertains a guest, socially, commercially, or officially.
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounOne that provides a facility for an event.
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounA person or organization responsible for running an event.
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounA moderator or master of ceremonies for a performance.
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounAny computer attached to a network.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounA cell or organism which harbors another organism or biological entity, usually a parasite.biology ecology natural-sciences
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounAn organism bearing certain genetic material, with respect to its cells.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounA paid male companion offering conversation and in some cases sex, as in certain types of bar in Japan.
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishverbTo perform the role of a host.
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishverbTo lodge at an inn.intransitive obsolete
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishverbTo run software made available to a remote user or process.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounA multitude of people arrayed as an army; used also in religious senses, as: Heavenly host (of angels)
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounA large number of items; a large inventory.
multitude of people arrayed as an armyhostEnglishnounThe consecrated bread of the Eucharist.Christianity
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishverbTo stir together.transitive
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishverbTo combine (items from two or more sources normally kept separate).transitive
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishverbTo form by mingling; to produce by the stirring together of ingredients; to concoct from different parts.intransitive transitive
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishverbTo blend by the use of a mixer (machine).transitive
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishverbTo combine (several tracks).entertainment lifestyle musictransitive
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishverbTo produce a finished version of (a recording).entertainment lifestyle musictransitive
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishverbTo unite with in company; to join; to associate.intransitive transitive
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishnounThe result of mixing two or more substances; a mixture.
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishnounThe result of combining items normally kept separate.
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishnounThe result of mixing several tracks.entertainment lifestyle music
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishnounThe finished version of a recording.entertainment lifestyle music
music: result of mixing several tracksmixEnglishnounA substance used to dilute or adulterate an illicit drug.US slang uncountable
music: third major part of a movement in sonata formrecapitulationEnglishnounA subsequent brief recitement or enumeration of the major points in a narrative, article, or book.countable uncountable
music: third major part of a movement in sonata formrecapitulationEnglishnounThe third major section of a musical movement written in sonata form, representing thematic material that originally appeared in the exposition section.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
music: third major part of a movement in sonata formrecapitulationEnglishnounThe reenactment of the embryonic development in evolution of the species.biology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
music: third major part of a movement in sonata formrecapitulationEnglishnounThe symmetry provided by Christ's life to the teachings of the Old Testament; the summation of human experience in Jesus Christ.lifestyle religion theologycountable uncountable
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo lose one’s traction on a slippery surface; to slide due to a lack of friction.intransitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo err.intransitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo accidentally reveal a secret or otherwise say something unintentionally.intransitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo move or fly (out of place); to shoot; often with out, off, etc.intransitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo pass (a note, money, etc.), often covertly.transitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo cause to move smoothly and quickly; to slide; to convey gently or secretly.transitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo move quickly and often secretively; to depart, withdraw, enter, appear, intrude, or escape as if by sliding.intransitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo move down; to slide.figuratively intransitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo release (a dog, a bird of prey, etc.) to go after a quarry.falconry hobbies hunting lifestyletransitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbClipping of sideslip (“to fly with the longitudinal axis misaligned with the relative wind”)..aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of clipping intransitive of an aircraft
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo remove the skin of a soft fruit, such as a tomato or peach, by blanching briefly in boiling water, then transferring to cold water so that the skin peels, or slips, off easily.cooking food lifestyletransitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo omit; to lose by negligence.obsolete
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo cut slips from; to cut; to take off; to make a slip or slips of.transitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo cause to slip or slide off, or out of place.transitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo bring forth (young) prematurely; to slink.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishverbTo cause (a schedule or release, etc.) to go, or let it go, beyond the allotted deadline.businesstransitive
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounAn act or instance of slipping.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA woman's undergarment worn under a skirt or dress to conceal unwanted nudity that may otherwise be revealed by the skirt or dress itself; a shift.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA slipdress.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA mistake or error.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA berth; a space for a ship to moor.nautical transport
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA difference between the theoretical distance traveled per revolution of the propeller and the actual advance of the vessel.nautical transport
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA slipway.nautical transport
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA one-time return to previous maladaptive behaviour after cure.medicine sciences
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounAny of several fielding positions to the off side of the wicket keeper, designed to catch the ball after being deflected from the bat; a fielder in that position (See first slip, second slip, third slip, fourth slip and fifth slip.)ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA number between 0 and 1 that is the difference between the angular speed of a rotating magnetic field and the angular speed of its rotor, divided by the angular speed of the magnetic field.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA leash or string by which a dog is held; so called from its being made in such a manner as to slip, or become loose, by relaxation of the hand.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounAn escape; a secret or unexpected desertion.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounClipping of sideslip.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of clipping
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA portion of the columns of a newspaper etc. struck off by itself; a proof from a column of type when set up and in the galley.media printing publishingdated
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA child's pinafore.dated
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounAn outside covering or case.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA counterfeit piece of money, made from brass covered with silver.obsolete
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounMatter found in troughs of grindstones after the grinding of edge tools.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA particular quantity of yarn.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA narrow passage between buildings.UK dated
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounEither side of the gallery in a theater.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA long seat or narrow pew in churches, often without a door.US
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA dislocation of a lead, destroying continuity.business mining
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounThe motion of the centre of resistance of the float of a paddle wheel, or the blade of an oar, through the water horizontally, or the difference between a vessel's actual speed and the speed it would have if the propelling instrument acted upon a solid; also, the velocity, relatively to still water, of the backward current of water produced by the propeller.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounThe difference between the actual and synchronous speeds of an induction motor.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounThe positional displacement in a sequence of transmitted symbols that causes the loss or insertion of one or more symbols.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunications
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA fish, the sole.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA twig or shoot; a cutting.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA descendant, a scion.obsolete
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA young person (now usually with of introducing descriptive qualifier).
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA long, thin piece of something.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA small piece of paper, especially one longer than it is wide, typically a form for writing on or one giving printed information.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA memorandum of the particulars of a risk for which a policy is to be executed. It usually bears the broker's name and is initiated by the underwriters.
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounA thin, slippery mix of clay and water.ceramics chemistry engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
nautical: difference between theoretical and actual advance of a vesselslipEnglishnounMud, slime.countable obsolete uncountable
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjBeautiful, of a pleasing appearance, with a pure and fresh quality.archaic literary
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjUnblemished (figuratively or literally); clean and pure; innocent.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjLight in color, pale, particularly with regard to skin tone but also referring to blond hair.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjJust, equitable.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjAdequate, reasonable, or decent, but not excellent.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjFavorable to a ship's course.nautical transportof a wind
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjFavorable, pleasant. / Not overcast; cloudless; clear.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjFavorable, pleasant. / Free from obstacles or hindrances; unobstructed; unencumbered; open; direct; said of a road, passage, etc.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjFavorable, pleasant.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjWithout sudden change of direction or curvature; smooth; flowing; said of the figure of a vessel, and of surfaces, water lines, and other lines.business manufacturing shipbuilding
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjBetween the baselines.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjTaken direct from an opponent's foot, without the ball touching the ground or another player.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sportsof a catch
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjNot a no ball.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsof a ball delivered by the bowler
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadjOf a coin or die, having equal chance of landing on any side, unbiased.mathematics sciences statistics
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishnounSomething which is fair (in various senses of the adjective).
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishnounA woman, a member of the ‘fair sex’; also as a collective singular, women.obsolete
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishnounFairness, beauty.obsolete
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishnounA fair woman; a sweetheart.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishnounGood fortune; good luck.obsolete
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishverbTo smoothen or even a surface (especially a connection or junction on a surface).transitive
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishverbTo bring into perfect alignment (especially about rivet holes when connecting structural members).transitive
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishverbTo make an animation smooth, removing any jerkiness.art artstransitive
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishverbTo construct or design with the aim of producing a smooth outline or reducing air drag or water resistance.transitive
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishverbTo make fair or beautiful.obsolete transitive
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishadvClearly, openly, frankly, civilly, honestly, favorably, auspiciously, agreeably.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishnounA community gathering to celebrate and exhibit local achievements.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishnounAn event for public entertainment and trade, a market.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishnounAn event for professionals in a trade to learn of new products and do business, a trade fair.
nautical: favorable to a ship's coursefairEnglishnounA travelling amusement park (called a funfair in British English and a (travelling) carnival in US English).
needleosoitinFinnishnounpointer (anything that points)
needleosoitinFinnishnounpointer (needle-like component of a timepiece or measuring device that indicates the current reading)
needleosoitinFinnishnounpointercomputing databases engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
needleosoitinFinnishnounpointer, cursor (in graphical user interfaces)
needleosoitinFinnishnounindicator (pointer or index that indicates)
needleosoitinFinnishnounhand (index or pointer especially in a clock)
needleosoitinFinnishverbfirst-person singular past indicative of osoittaafirst-person form-of indicative past singular
new moon無月Japanesenounwhen the moon is not visible due to rain or some other reasonpoetic
new moon無月Japanesenounthe new moonpoetic
nineनवHindiadjnew, recent, modernin-compounds indeclinable
nineनवHindiadjninein-compounds indeclinable
not tonal, lacking tones (linguistics)atonalEnglishadjLacking a tonal center or key.entertainment lifestyle music
not tonal, lacking tones (linguistics)atonalEnglishadjNot tonal, lacking tones.human-sciences linguistics sciences
notion in mathematicscontinuityEnglishnounLack of interruption or disconnection; the quality of being continuous in space or time.countable uncountable
notion in mathematicscontinuityEnglishnounA characteristic property of a continuous function.mathematics sciencesuncountable
notion in mathematicscontinuityEnglishnounA narrative device in episodic fiction where previous and/or future events in a series of stories are accounted for in present stories.human-sciences linguistics narratology sciencescountable uncountable
notion in mathematicscontinuityEnglishnounConsistency between multiple shots depicting the same scene but possibly filmed on different occasions.broadcasting film media televisionuncountable
notion in mathematicscontinuityEnglishnounThe announcements and messages inserted by the broadcaster between programmes.broadcasting media radio televisionuncountable
obstinate, contrary and unpredictablewaywardEnglishadjGiven to wilful, perverse deviation from the expected norm; tending to stray.
obstinate, contrary and unpredictablewaywardEnglishadjObstinate, contrary and unpredictable.
obstinate, contrary and unpredictablewaywardEnglishadjNot on target.hobbies lifestyle sports
of "up", "upward"augšaLatviannountop, upper part (part at the top of, or above, over, something; the part opposed to the bottom)declension-4 feminine
of "up", "upward"augšaLatviannounthe upper floor or floors of a buildingdeclension-4 feminine
of "up", "upward"augšaLatviannounattic, space right under the roofdeclension-4 feminine
of "up", "upward"augšaLatviannounon, to the top, surface (of the ground)declension-4 feminine
of "up", "upward"augšaLatviannounup high in the air, in the skydeclension-4 feminine
of "up", "upward"augšaLatviannounthe top (a higher authority)declension-4 feminine
of "up", "upward"augšaLatviannounupper (voice) tonesdeclension-4 feminine plural-normally
of "up", "upward"augšaLatviannounat, to, from the upper reaches (of a river), up, upstreamdeclension-4 feminine in the locative or with no
of "up", "upward"augšaLatviannounup, upward, also metaphoricallydeclension-4 feminine with uz
of a given centuryVierzigerGermannounAnything defined by the number forty, especially: / A bus, train, etc. with that number.masculine strong
of a given centuryVierzigerGermannounAnything defined by the number forty, especially: / A player, candidate, etc. with that number.masculine strong
of a given centuryVierzigerGermannounAnything defined by the number forty, especially: / The forties of a given century.in-plural masculine strong
of a given centuryVierzigerGermannounAnything defined by the number forty, especially: / The forties of a given life.in-plural masculine strong
of a given centuryVierzigerGermannounAnything defined by the number forty, especially: / A person in their forties.masculine strong
of a pale green colour with a bluish-grey tingeglaucousEnglishadjOf a pale grey or bluish-green, especially when covered with a powdery residue.color
of a pale green colour with a bluish-grey tingeglaucousEnglishadjCovered with a bloom or a pale powdery covering, regardless of colour.biology botany natural-sciences
of an algebraic structurecommutativeEnglishadjSuch that the order in which the operands are taken does not affect their image under the operation.mathematics sciencesnot-comparable of a binary operation
of an algebraic structurecommutativeEnglishadjHaving a commutative operation.algebra mathematics sciencesnot-comparable of an algebraic structure
of an algebraic structurecommutativeEnglishadjSuch that any two sequences of morphisms with the same initial and final positions compose to the same morphism.mathematics sciencesnot-comparable of a diagram of morphisms
of an algebraic structurecommutativeEnglishadjRelating to exchange; interchangeable.not-comparable
of nounhakkaNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite feminine singular of hakkedefinite feminine form-of masculine singular
of nounhakkaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of hakke: / simple pastpast
of nounhakkaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of hakke: / past participleparticiple past
of or relating to an academic field of studydisciplinaryEnglishadjHaving to do with discipline, or with the imposition of discipline.
of or relating to an academic field of studydisciplinaryEnglishadjFor the purpose of imposing punishment.
of or relating to an academic field of studydisciplinaryEnglishadjOf or relating to an academic field of study.
of or relating to an academic field of studydisciplinaryEnglishnounA disciplinary action.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounA sticky, gummy substance secreted by trees; sap.countable uncountable
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounA dark, extremely viscous material remaining in still after distilling crude oil and tar.countable uncountable
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounPitchstone.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo cover or smear with pitch.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo darken; to blacken; to obscure.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounA throw; a toss; a cast, as of something from the hand.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe act of pitching a baseball.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe field on which cricket, soccer, rugby, gridiron or field hockey is played. (In cricket, the pitch is in the centre of the field; see cricket pitch.) (Not often used in the US or Canada, where "field" is the preferred word.)hobbies lifestyle sportsAustralia New-Zealand UK
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe field of battle.rare
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounAn effort to sell or promote something.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe distance between evenly spaced objects, e.g. the teeth of a saw or gear, the turns of a screw thread, the centres of holes, or letters in a monospace font.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe angle at which an object sits.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe rotation angle about the transverse axis. / The degree to which a vehicle, especially a ship or aircraft, rotates on such an axis, tilting its bow or nose up or down. Compare with roll, yaw, and heave.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transport
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe rotation angle about the transverse axis. / A measure of the angle of attack of a propeller.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounAn area in a market (or similar) allocated to a particular trader.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe place where a busker performs, a prostitute solicits clients, or an illegal gambling game etc. is set up before the public.broadly
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounAn area on a campsite intended for occupation by a single tent, caravan or similar.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounA level or degree, or (by extension), a peak or highest degree.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounA point or peak; the extreme point of elevation or depression.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe most thrust-out point of a headland or cape.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounCollectively, the outermost points of some part of the body, especially the shoulders or hips.obsolete uncountable
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe height a bird reaches in flight, especially a bird of prey preparing to swoop down on its prey.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounA person's or animal's height.Britain regional
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounProminence; importance.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounA section of a climb or rock face; specifically, the climbing distance between belays or stances.climbing hobbies lifestyle sports
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounA vertical cave passage, only negotiable by using rope or ladders.caving hobbies lifestyle
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThat point of the ground on which the ball pitches or lights when bowled.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounA descent; a fall; a thrusting down.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe point where a declivity begins; hence, the declivity itself; a descending slope; the degree or rate of descent or slope; slant.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe limit of ground set to a miner who receives a share of the ore taken out.business mining
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo throw.transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo throw (the ball) toward a batter at home plate.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo play baseball in the position of pitcher.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo throw away; discard.transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo promote, advertise, or attempt to sell.transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo deliver in a certain tone or style, or with a certain audience in mind.transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo assemble or erect (a tent).transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo fix or place a tent or temporary habitation; to encamp.intransitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo move so that the front of an aircraft or boat goes alternatively up and down.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transportintransitive transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo play a short, high, lofty shot that lands with backspin.golf hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo bounce on the playing surface.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo settle and build up, without melting.intransitive of snow
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo alight; to settle; to come to rest from flight.archaic intransitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo fix one's choice.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo plunge or fall; especially, to fall forward; to decline or slope.intransitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo set, face, or pave (an embankment or roadway) with rubble or undressed stones.transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo set or fix (a price or value).transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo discard (a card) for some gain.card-games gamesslang transitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo attack, or position or assemble for attack.
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe perceived frequency of a sound or note.entertainment human-sciences lifestyle linguistics music phonetics phonology sciencescountable uncountable
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounThe standard to which a group of musical instruments are tuned or in which a piece is performed, usually by reference to the frequency to which the musical note A above middle C is tuned.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishnounIn an a cappella group, the singer responsible for singing a note for the other members to tune themselves by.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo produce a note of a given pitch.intransitive
of snow, to settle and build up, without meltingpitchEnglishverbTo fix or set the tone of.transitive
office boyboyPortuguesenounoffice boymasculine
office boyboyPortuguesenouna young, upper-class maleBrazil masculine slang
office boyboyPortuguesenounObsolete spelling of boialt-of masculine obsolete
office of a stewardstewardshipEnglishnounThe rank or office of a steward.countable uncountable
office of a stewardstewardshipEnglishnounThe act of caring for or improving with time.countable uncountable
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounAn article of clothing worn over the front of the torso and/or legs for protection from spills; also historically worn by Freemasons and as part of women's fashion.
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounThe short cassock ordinarily worn by English bishops.
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounA hard surface bordering a structure or area. / The paved area of an airport, especially the area where aircraft park away from a terminalaeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounA hard surface bordering a structure or area. / The spreading end of a driveway.
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounA hard surface bordering a structure or area. / The paved area below the yellow line on a race track.
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounA hard surface bordering a structure or area. / The loading, parking or roadway area immediately beside a railway station
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounA hard surface bordering a structure or area. / The portion of a stage extending towards the audience beyond the proscenium arch in a theatre.
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounA hard surface bordering a structure or area. / A large decal toward the bottom of a pinball table.
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounThe sides of a tree's canopy.
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounThe cap of a cannon; a piece of lead laid over the vent to keep the priming dry.
on a horse carriageapronEnglishnounA removable cover for the passengers' feet and legs in an open horse carriage.
on a horse carriageapronEnglishverbTo cover with, or as if with, an apron.transitive
one of the citizens of the former Soviet Union who was refused permission to emigraterefusenikEnglishnounOne of the citizens of the former Soviet Union who was refused permission to emigrate (typically but not exclusively a Jewish citizen denied permission to emigrate to Israel).historical slang
one of the citizens of the former Soviet Union who was refused permission to emigraterefusenikEnglishnounA person who refuses to do something, usually as a protest; for example, one who refuses conscription or vaccination.broadly informal
one of the citizens of the former Soviet Union who was refused permission to emigraterefusenikEnglishnounA person who wants to do something but is refused permission to.broadly informal
one of the owners of an unincorporated business, a partnerproprietorEnglishnounAn owner.
one of the owners of an unincorporated business, a partnerproprietorEnglishnounA sole owner of an unincorporated business, also called a sole proprietor.
one of the owners of an unincorporated business, a partnerproprietorEnglishnounOne of the owners of an unincorporated business, a partner.
one of the owners of an unincorporated business, a partnerproprietorEnglishnounOne or more persons to whom a colonial territory is assigned, like a fief, including its administration.history human-sciences sciences
one who makes pots and ceramic warespotterEnglishnounOne who makes pots and other ceramic wares.
one who makes pots and ceramic warespotterEnglishnounOne who places flowers or other plants inside their pots.
one who makes pots and ceramic warespotterEnglishnounOne who pots meats or other eatables.
one who makes pots and ceramic warespotterEnglishnounOne who hawks crockery or earthenware.
one who makes pots and ceramic warespotterEnglishnounThe red-bellied terrapin, Pseudemys rubriventris (species of turtle).
one who makes pots and ceramic warespotterEnglishnounThe chicken turtle, Deirochelys reticularia.
one who makes pots and ceramic warespotterEnglishverbTo act in a vague or unmotivated way; to fuss about with unimportant things.Britain
one who makes pots and ceramic warespotterEnglishverbTo move slowly or aimlessly. (Often potter about, potter around.)Britain
one who makes pots and ceramic warespotterEnglishverbTo poke repeatedly.obsolete
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To make physical contact with; to bring the hand, finger or other part of the body into contact with.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To come into (involuntary) contact with; to meet or intersect.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To come into physical contact, or to be in physical contact.intransitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To make physical contact with a thing.intransitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To physically disturb; to interfere with, molest, or attempt to harm through contact.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To make intimate physical contact with a person.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To sexually excite with the fingers; to finger or masturbate.reflexive transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To cause to be briefly in contact with something.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To physically affect in specific ways implied by context.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To consume, or otherwise use.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / Of a ship or its passengers: to land, to make a short stop (at).intransitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To lay hands on (someone suffering from scrofula) as a form of cure, as formerly practised by English and French monarchs.historical transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To fasten; to take effect; to make impression.intransitive obsolete
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To bring (a sail) so close to the wind that its weather leech shakes.nautical transport
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To be brought, as a sail, so close to the wind that its weather leech shakes.nautical transportintransitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily physical senses. / To keep the ship as near (the wind) as possible.nautical transport
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To imbue or endow with a specific quality.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To deal with in speech or writing; to mention briefly, to allude to.archaic transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To deal with in speech or writing; briefly to speak or write (on or upon something).intransitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To concern, to have to do with.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To affect emotionally; to bring about tender or painful feelings in.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To affect in a negative way, especially only slightly.dated transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To give royal assent to by touching it with the sceptre.history human-sciences sciencesScottish transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To obtain money from, usually by borrowing (from a friend).slang transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To disturb the mental functions of; to make somewhat insane; often followed with "in the head".transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To be on the level of; to approach in excellence or quality.in negative constructions transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To come close to; to approach.transitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbPrimarily non-physical senses. / To mark (a file or document) as having been modified.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbTo try; to prove, as with a touchstone.
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbTo mark or delineate with touches; to add a slight stroke to with the pencil or brush.
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbTo infect; to affect slightly.obsolete
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbTo strike; to manipulate; to play on.
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbTo perform, as a tune; to play.
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishverbTo influence by impulse; to impel forcibly.
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounAn act of touching, especially with the hand or finger.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounThe faculty or sense of perception by physical contact.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounThe style or technique with which one plays a musical instrument.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounThe particular or characteristic mode of action, or the resistance of the keys of an instrument to the fingers.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounA distinguishing feature or characteristic.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounA little bit; a small amount.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounThe part of a sports field beyond the touchlines or goal-lines.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounA relationship of close communication or understanding.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounThe ability to perform a task well; aptitude.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounAct or power of exciting emotion.countable obsolete uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounAn emotion or affection.countable obsolete uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounPersonal reference or application.countable obsolete uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounA single stroke on a drawing or a picture.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounA brief essay.countable obsolete uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounA touchstone; hence, stone of the sort used for touchstone.countable obsolete uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounExamination or trial by some decisive standard; test; proof; tried quality.countable obsolete uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounThe broadest part of a plank worked top and but, or of one worked anchor-stock fashion (that is, tapered from the middle to both ends); also, the angles of the stern timbers at the counters.business manufacturing shipbuildingcountable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounThe children's game of tag.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounA set of changes less than the total possible on seven bells, i.e. less than 5,040.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounAn act of borrowing or stealing something; a request for money.countable slang uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounThe extent to which a person is interested or affected; the amount of outlay on something.countable slang uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounTallow.business construction manufacturing plumbingUK countable dated uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounForm; standard of performance.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnounA disposal of the ball during a game, i.e. a kick or a handball.countable uncountable
part of a sportsfieldtouchEnglishnountouch football (a variant of rugby league that does not involve tackling)Australia countable uncountable
participate in a debatedebateEnglishnounAn argument, or discussion, usually in an ordered or formal setting, often with more than two people, generally ending with a vote or other decision.countable uncountable
participate in a debatedebateEnglishnounAn informal and spirited but generally civil discussion of opposing views.countable uncountable
participate in a debatedebateEnglishnounDiscussion of opposing views.uncountable
participate in a debatedebateEnglishnounA type of literary composition, taking the form of a discussion or disputation, commonly found in the vernacular medieval poetry of many European countries, as well as in medieval Latin.countable uncountable
participate in a debatedebateEnglishnounStrife, discord.countable obsolete uncountable
participate in a debatedebateEnglishverbTo participate in a debate; to dispute, argue, especially in a public arena.intransitive reciprocal transitive
participate in a debatedebateEnglishverbTo fight.intransitive obsolete reciprocal
participate in a debatedebateEnglishverbTo engage in combat for; to strive for.obsolete transitive
participate in a debatedebateEnglishverbTo consider (to oneself), to think over, to attempt to decidetransitive
paternal great-uncle叔公Chinesenoununcle-in-law (husband's father's younger brother)
paternal great-uncle叔公Chinesenounpaternal great-uncle (paternal grandfather's younger brother)regional
period of ten days in the Vietnamese calendartuầnVietnamesenounweek (any period of seven consecutive days)
period of ten days in the Vietnamese calendartuầnVietnamesenounweek (period of seven days in the Gregorian calendar beginning with Sunday or Monday)
period of ten days in the Vietnamese calendartuầnVietnamesenounone of three ten-day periods in a month in the Vietnamese calendar; a week
period of ten days in the Vietnamese calendartuầnVietnamesenouna decade of age
period of ten days in the Vietnamese calendartuầnVietnamesenouna time period
period of ten days in the Vietnamese calendartuầnVietnamesenouninstance, occurrence
period of ten days in the Vietnamese calendartuầnVietnameseverbClipping of đi tuần (“to patrol”).abbreviation alt-of clipping
period of ten days in the Vietnamese calendartuầnVietnameseverbClipping of tuần tra (“to patrol”).abbreviation alt-of clipping
period of ten days in the Vietnamese calendartuầnVietnamesenounClipping of tuần phủ.abbreviation alt-of clipping
peroxidehapeteFinnishnounoxidizer, oxidizing agent, oxidant
peroxidehapeteFinnishnounperoxide (peroxide, especially hydrogen peroxide as used for bleaching hair)cosmetics lifestyle
person filled with or guided by enthusiasmenthusiastEnglishnounA person filled with or guided by enthusiasm.
person filled with or guided by enthusiasmenthusiastEnglishnounA person exhibiting over-zealous religious fervour.archaic
person or thing that is to be deploreddeplorableEnglishadjTo be deplored. / To be felt sorrow for; worthy of compassion; lamentable.
person or thing that is to be deploreddeplorableEnglishadjTo be deplored. / Deserving strong condemnation; shockingly bad, wretched.
person or thing that is to be deploreddeplorableEnglishnounA person or thing that is to be deplored.
person or thing that is to be deploreddeplorableEnglishnounA supporter of Donald Trump.government politicsUS derogatory neologism specifically
person or thing that serves no useful purposethird wheelEnglishnounA person or thing that serves no useful purpose.idiomatic
person or thing that serves no useful purposethird wheelEnglishnounAn unwanted third party accompanying two people on a date.idiomatic
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishnounA physician; a member of the medical profession; one who is trained and licensed to heal the sick or injured. The final examination and qualification may award a doctor degree in which case the post-nominal letters are D.O., DPM, M.D., DMD, DDS, in the US or MBBS in the UK.
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishnounA person who has attained a doctorate, such as a Ph.D. or Th.D. or one of many other terminal degrees conferred by a college or university.
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishnounA veterinarian; a medical practitioner who treats non-human animals.
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishnounA nickname for a person who has special knowledge or talents to manipulate or arrange transactions.
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishnounA teacher; one skilled in a profession or a branch of knowledge; a learned man.obsolete
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishnounAny mechanical contrivance intended to remedy a difficulty or serve some purpose in an exigency.dated
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishnounA fish, the friar skate.
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishnounA ship's cook.nautical transportobsolete slang
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishverbTo act as a medical doctor to.transitive
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishverbTo act as a medical doctor.humorous intransitive
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishverbTo make (someone) into an (academic) doctor; to confer a doctorate upon.transitive
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishverbTo physically alter (medically or surgically) a living being in order to change growth or behavior.transitive
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishverbTo genetically alter an extant species.transitive
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishverbTo alter or make obscure, as with the intention to deceive, especially a document.transitive
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishverbTo adulterate, drug, or poison (drink).transitive
person who has attained a doctoratedoctorEnglishverbTo take medicine.intransitive obsolete
person who repeats what was saidparrotEnglishnounA kind of bird, many species of which are colorful and able to mimic human speech, of the order Psittaciformes or (narrowly) of the family Psittacidae.
person who repeats what was saidparrotEnglishnounA parroter; a person who repeats the words or ideas of others.figuratively
person who repeats what was saidparrotEnglishnounA puffin.archaic
person who repeats what was saidparrotEnglishnounchannel coal.geography geology natural-sciencesobsolete
person who repeats what was saidparrotEnglishnounA transponder.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesslang
person who repeats what was saidparrotEnglishverbTo repeat (exactly what has just been said) without necessarily showing understanding, in the manner of a parrot.transitive
personal pronoun with the "-self" suffixreflexive pronounEnglishnounIn English: a personal pronoun, having a form of "self" as a suffix to show that the subject's action affects the subject itself.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
personal pronoun with the "-self" suffixreflexive pronounEnglishnounIn many languages: a pronoun that makes a transitive verb reflexive or reciprocal.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounMatter, material. / A quantity of matter cohering together so as to make one body, or an aggregation of particles or things which collectively make one body or quantity, usually of considerable size.countable physical uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounMatter, material. / Precious metal, especially gold or silver.countable obsolete physical uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounMatter, material. / The quantity of matter which a body contains, irrespective of its bulk or volume. It is one of four fundamental properties of matter. SI unit of mass: kilogram.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable physical uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounMatter, material. / A medicinal substance made into a cohesive, homogeneous lump, of consistency suitable for making pills; as, blue mass.medicine pharmacology sciencescountable physical uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounMatter, material. / A palpable or visible abnormal globular structure; a tumor.medicine sciencescountable physical uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounMatter, material. / Excess body weight, especially in the form of muscle hypertrophy.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sportscountable physical uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounMatter, material. / Synonym of weightcountable physical proscribed uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounA large quantity; a sum. / Bulk; magnitude; body; size.countable uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounA large quantity; a sum. / The principal part; the main body.countable uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounA large quantity; a sum. / A large body of individuals, especially persons.countable uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounA large quantity; a sum. / The lower classes of persons.countable in-plural uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounA large quantity; a sum.countable uncountable
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishverbTo form or collect into a mass; to form into a collective body; to bring together into masses; to assemble.transitive
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishverbTo assemble in a massintransitive
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishadjInvolving a mass of things; concerning a large quantity or number.not-comparable usually
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishadjInvolving a mass of people; of, for, or by the masses.not-comparable usually
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounThe Eucharist, now especially in Roman Catholicism.Christianity
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounCelebration of the Eucharist.Christianity
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounThe sacrament of the Eucharist.Christianityas the Mass usually
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishnounA musical setting of parts of the mass.
physics: quantity of matter which a body containsmassEnglishverbTo celebrate mass.intransitive obsolete
placeholder name; thingamajigDingsGermannounthing, thingamajig, a strange or unspecified item or personfeminine masculine neuter strong
placeholder name; thingamajigDingsGermannoungenitive singular of Dingform-of genitive singular
plenty, lotsμπόλικοςGreekadjplenty, lots, galore, abundant (enough or more than necessary)
plenty, lotsμπόλικοςGreekadjloose, full, ample (bigger than necessary)of clothes
positioned ready for immediate useat the high portEnglishprep_phraseHeld with two hands as in "port arms", but carried well above the head. The high port is often the position taught for running (at the double) or charging.government military politics waridiomatic of a weapon
positioned ready for immediate useat the high portEnglishprep_phraseSticking up; (of hair, etc) standing up at a marked angle.broadly idiomatic
positioned ready for immediate useat the high portEnglishprep_phraseHeld in front of the body, especially in an authoritative or aggressive way.broadly idiomatic not just a weapon of anything
positioned ready for immediate useat the high portEnglishprep_phraseAt once, quickly; unhesitatingly, vigorously.broadly idiomatic slang
positioned ready for immediate useat the high portEnglishprep_phrasePositioned ready for immediate use.idiomatic
powerविक्रमHindinounvalour, courage, heroism
powerविक्रमHindinounstrength, power
preferential biaspreferenceEnglishnounThe selection of one thing or person over others (with the main adposition being "for" in relation to the thing or person, but possibly also "of")countable uncountable
preferential biaspreferenceEnglishnounThe option to so select, and the one selected.countable uncountable
preferential biaspreferenceEnglishnounThe state of being preferred over others.countable uncountable
preferential biaspreferenceEnglishnounA strong liking or personal valuation.countable uncountable
preferential biaspreferenceEnglishnounA preferential bias; partiality; discrimination.countable uncountable
preferential biaspreferenceEnglishverbTo give preferential treatment to; to give a preference to.US
preferential biaspreferenceEnglishnounPreferans, a card game, principally played in Eastern Europe.uncountable
printed leafletfly sheetEnglishnounan extra cover of a tent to protect against insects and bad weather.
printed leafletfly sheetEnglishnouna printed leaflet or pamphlet
probabilitylikelihoodEnglishnounThe probability of a specified outcome; the chance of something happening; probability; the state or degree of being probable.countable uncountable
probabilitylikelihoodEnglishnounThe probability that some fixed outcome was generated by a random distribution with a specific parameter.mathematics probability-theory sciences statisticscountable uncountable
probabilitylikelihoodEnglishnounLikeness, resemblance.countable uncountable
probabilitylikelihoodEnglishnounAppearance, show, sign, expression.archaic countable uncountable
protagonist主人公Chinesenounprotagonist (main character)
protagonist主人公Chinesenounhost (person who receives or entertains other people as guests)honorific literary
province of SpainHuescaEnglishnameA province of Aragon, Spain. Capital: Huesca.
province of SpainHuescaEnglishnameA city, the provincial capital of Huesca, Spain.
province of the PhilippinesCotabatoEnglishnameA province of the Philippines. Capital and largest city: Kidapawan
province of the PhilippinesCotabatoEnglishnameA former province of the Philippines; modern Cotabato, Maguindanao, South Cotabato, and Sultan Kudarat. Capital and largest city: Cotabato Cityhistorical
public noticeadvertisementEnglishnounA commercial solicitation designed to sell some commodity, service or similar.business marketingcountable uncountable
public noticeadvertisementEnglishnounA public notice.countable uncountable
public noticeadvertisementEnglishnounA recommendation of a particular product, service or person.countable uncountable
public noticeadvertisementEnglishnounNotoriety.countable obsolete uncountable
public noticeadvertisementEnglishnounIn gin rummy, the discarding of a card of one's preferred suit so as to mislead the opponent into thinking you do not want it.card-games gamescountable uncountable
puff of windpoikanenFinnishnounDiminutive of poikadiminutive form-of
puff of windpoikanenFinnishnounlittle boy
puff of windpoikanenFinnishnounyoung (an animal offspring, especially one for which there's no specific term - see hyponyms below)
puff of windpoikanenFinnishnountuulen ~ : puff of wind, light breeze
putsetjaIcelandicverbto put, to place something somewheretransitive weak with-accusative
putsetjaIcelandicverbto fix (something for somebody), to determine (something regarding somebody), to decide (something for somebody)dative ditransitive weak with-accusative
putsetjaIcelandicverbto formally openformal transitive weak with-accusative
putsetjaIcelandicverb(for someone) to suppose (something)dative ditransitive weak with-accusative
putsetjaIcelandicverbto typesettransitive weak with-accusative
putsetjaIcelandicverbused in set phrasesimpersonal weak
racetrackoff-trackEnglishadjAway from an intended route; wayward.not-comparable
racetrackoff-trackEnglishadjConducted away from a racetrack.not-comparable of gambling
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjFree of restrictions, limitations, qualifications or conditions; unconditional.
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjFree of restrictions, limitations, qualifications or conditions; unconditional. / Unrestricted by laws, a constitution, or parliamentary or judicial or other checks; (legally) unlimited in power, especially if despotic.
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjFree of restrictions, limitations, qualifications or conditions; unconditional. / Unrestricted by laws, a constitution, or parliamentary or judicial or other checks; (legally) unlimited in power, especially if despotic. / Characteristic of an absolutist ruler: domineering, peremptory.
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjFree from imperfection, perfect, complete; especially, perfectly embodying a quality in its essential characteristics or to its highest degree.
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjPure, free from mixture or adulteration; unmixed.
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjComplete, utter, outright; unmitigated, not qualified or diminished in any way.
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjPositive, certain; unquestionable; not in doubt.
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjCertain; free from doubt or uncertainty (e.g. a person, opinion or prediction).archaic
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjFundamental, ultimate, intrinsic; not relative; independent of references or relations to other things or standards.human-sciences philosophy sciencesespecially
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjIndependent of arbitrary units of measurement, standards, or properties; not comparative or relative. / Having reference to or derived in the simplest manner from the fundamental units of mass, time, and length.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjIndependent of arbitrary units of measurement, standards, or properties; not comparative or relative. / Relating to the absolute temperature scale (based on absolute zero); kelvin.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjIndependent of arbitrary units of measurement, standards, or properties; not comparative or relative.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Syntactically connected to the rest of the sentence in an atypical manner, or not relating to or depending on it, like in the nominative absolute or genitive absolute, accusative absolute or ablative absolute.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a case form
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Lacking a modified substantive, like "hungry" in "feed the hungry".grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof an adjective or possessive pronoun
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Expressing a relative term without a definite comparison, like "older" in "an older person should be treated with respect".grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a comparative or superlative
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Positive; not graded (not comparative or superlative).grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof an adjective form
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Having no direct object, like "kill" in "if looks could kill".grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof a usually transitive verb
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjNot immediately dependent on the other parts of the sentence; not in a syntactical relation with other parts of a text, or qualifying the text as a whole rather than any single word in it, like "it being over" in "it being over, she left". / Being or pertaining to an inflected verb that is not preceded by any number of particles or compounded with a preverb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesof Celtic languages
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjAs measured using an absolute value.mathematics sciences
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjIndicating an expression that is true for all real numbers, or of all values of the variable; unconditional.mathematics sciences
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjPertaining to a grading system based on the knowledge of the individual and not on the comparative knowledge of the group of students.education
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjIndependent of (references to) other arts; expressing things (beauty, ideas, etc) only in one art.art arts dance dancing entertainment hobbies lifestyle music sports
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjIndicating that a tenure or estate in land is not conditional or liable to terminate on (strictly) any occurrence or (sometimes contextually) certain kinds of occurrence.lawformal postpositional
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishadjAbsolved; free.obsolete
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishnounThat which exists (or has a certain property, nature, size, etc) independent of references to other standards or external conditions; that which is universally valid; that which is not relative, conditional, qualified or mitigated.
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishnounIn a plane, the two imaginary circular points at infinity; in space of three dimensions, the imaginary circle at infinity.geometry mathematics sciences
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishnounA realm which exists without reference to anything else; that which can be imagined purely by itself; absolute ego.human-sciences philosophy sciencescapitalized usually
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishnounThe whole of reality; the totality to which everything is reduced; the unity of spirit and nature; God.human-sciences philosophy sciencescapitalized usually
realm which exists without reference to anything elseabsoluteEnglishnounA concentrated natural flower oil, used for perfumes; an alcoholic extract of a concrete.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
reduce the rate of advancement of somethingdecelerateEnglishverbTo reduce the velocity of something.transitive
reduce the rate of advancement of somethingdecelerateEnglishverbTo reduce the rate of advancement of something, such as a disease.transitive
reduce the rate of advancement of somethingdecelerateEnglishverbTo go slower.intransitive
region between Euphrates and TigrisMesopotamiaEnglishnameA region in Southwest Asia spanning from the rivers Euphrates and Tigris that is the site of one of the most ancient civilizations in the history of man.
region between Euphrates and TigrisMesopotamiaEnglishnameThe British Mandate of Mesopotamia, a League of Nations mandate from 1920 to 1932 that was the precursor to the independent state of Iraq.historical
region between Euphrates and TigrisMesopotamiaEnglishnameThe Eaton Square district of London, England.UK obsolete slang
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounThe state or condition of having weight; weight; heaviness.countable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounThe state or condition of being grave; seriousness.countable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounThe lowness of a note.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounThe force at the Earth's surface, of the attraction by the Earth's masses, and the centrifugal pseudo-force caused by the Earth's rotation, resulting from gravitation.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounGravitation, the universal force exercised by two bodies onto each other.broadly countable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounSpecific gravity.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
rise and fall of news storiesnews cycleEnglishnounThe reporting of a particular media story, from the first instance to the last, often including reporting on public and other reactions to the earlier reports.
rise and fall of news storiesnews cycleEnglishnounThe rise and fall of news stories, on a collective basis.
rise and fall of news storiesnews cycleEnglishnounThe average length of the rise and fall of stories in the media.
sagrado (“sacred”)sacroSpanishadjsacred
sagrado (“sacred”)sacroSpanishadjsacral (of the sacrum)anatomy medicine sciences
sagrado (“sacred”)sacroSpanishnounsacrumanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
sandwichpoor boyEnglishnounA submarine sandwich: a po' boy.US
sandwichpoor boyEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see poor, boy.
seaદરિયોGujaratinounsea
seaદરિયોGujaratinounocean
seaદરિયોGujaratinounriver
seasonal appearancewinter coatEnglishnounA warm coat, often an overcoat, fit to be worn in winter
seasonal appearancewinter coatEnglishnounAn animal's seasonal appearance in winter, notably thicker and/or otherwise camouflaged plumage or fur after (often autumnal) moultingbiology natural-sciences zoology
seeαμπάραGreeknounbolt (to secure a door)
seeαμπάραGreeknouncrossbar, bar
self-important or pretentious personpanjandrumEnglishnounAn important, powerful or influential person.
self-important or pretentious personpanjandrumEnglishnounA self-important or pretentious person.
self-important or pretentious personpanjandrumEnglishnounA massive, rocket-propelled, explosive-laden cart designed by the British military during World War II.government military politics war
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounThe act of extending; a stretching out; enlargement in length, breadth, or time; an increasecountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounThe state of being extendedcountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounThat property of a body by which it occupies a portion of space (or time, e.g. "spatiotemporal extension")countable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounA part of a building that has been extended from the originalcountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounCapacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objects; — correlative of intension.human-sciences linguistics sciences semanticscountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounsemantic widening, broadening of meaninghuman-sciences linguistics sciences semanticscountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounA written engagement on the part of a creditor, allowing a debtor further time to pay a debt.banking business financecountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounThe operation of stretching a broken bone so as to bring the fragments into the same straight line.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounAn exercise in which an arm or leg is straightened against resistance.hobbies lifestyle sports weightliftingcountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounA simple offensive action, consisting of extending the weapon arm forward.fencing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warcountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounA numerical code used to indicate a specific telephone in a telecommunication network.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunicationscountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounA file extension.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounAn optional software component that adds functionality to an application.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounThe set of tuples of values that, used as arguments, satisfy the predicate.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounA kind of derivative morpheme applied to verbs in Bantu languages.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
semantics: capacity of a concept or general term to include a greater or smaller number of objectsextensionEnglishnounUniversity programs that are targeted at the broader (usually adults) community whose participants are not full-time enrolled students.educationcountable uncountable
sensation of whirling and loss of balancevertigoEnglishnounA sensation of whirling and loss of balance, caused by looking down from a great height or by disease affecting the inner ear.countable uncountable
sensation of whirling and loss of balancevertigoEnglishnounA disordered or imbalanced state of mind or things analogous to physical vertigo; mental giddiness or dizziness.countable uncountable
sensation of whirling and loss of balancevertigoEnglishnounThe act of whirling round and round; rapid rotation.countable uncountable
sensation of whirling and loss of balancevertigoEnglishnounA snail of the genus Vertigo.countable uncountable
small amountscintillaEnglishnounA small spark or flash.
small amountscintillaEnglishnounA small or trace amount.figuratively
small implement specialized for certain types of processingutensilEnglishnounAn instrument or device for domestic use, especially in the kitchen.
small implement specialized for certain types of processingutensilEnglishnounA useful small tool, implement, or vessel.
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesecharacterGoguryeoHyōgai kanji uncommon
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesecharacterShort for 狛犬 (komainu): lion dog statues found in Shinto shrinesHyōgai abbreviation alt-of kanji uncommon
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenounShort for 狛犬 (komainu): lion dog statues found in Shinto shrinesabbreviation alt-of
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapaneseprefixindicates something that was originally imported via the Korean Peninsulamorpheme
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenamethe Goguryeo kingdom, located on the Korean Peninsula 37 BCE–668 CEhistorical
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenamea place name
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenamea female given name
something originally imported from Korea, GoguryeoJapanesenamea surname
songyoikEnglishnounA traditional style of Sami singing or chanting.entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
songyoikEnglishnounA song in this tradition.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable
songyoikEnglishverbTo sing in a traditional Sami style.
spikeKolbenGermannounbutt of a rifleengineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrymasculine strong
spikeKolbenGermannounpistonengineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciencesmasculine strong
spikeKolbenGermannounspadixbiology botany natural-sciencesmasculine strong
spikeKolbenGermannounspike (of Typha)biology botany natural-sciencesmasculine strong
spikeKolbenGermannounflasksciencesmasculine strong
spoonҡашыҡBashkirnounspoon
spoonҡашыҡBashkirnounserving spoon
spoonҡашыҡBashkirnounladle
standܟܠܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto stop, come to a stop, to come to a standstillintransitive
standܟܠܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto stand, to be standing stillintransitive
standܟܠܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto stand up for [+ ܡ̣ܢ ܓܹܒܵܐ (object)] / to stand up forintransitive
state of being employableemployabilityEnglishnounThe state or quality of being employable.uncountable usually
state of being employableemployabilityEnglishnounThe product or result of being employable.countable usually
state of being isolatedisolationEnglishnounThe state of being isolated, detached, or separated; the state of being away from other people.uncountable
state of being isolatedisolationEnglishnounThe act of isolating.countable uncountable
state of being isolatedisolationEnglishnounThe state of not having diplomatic relations with other countries (either with most or all other countries, or with specified other countries).diplomacy government politicscountable of a country uncountable
state of being isolatedisolationEnglishnounThe obtaining of an element from one of its compounds, or of a compound from a mixturechemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
state of being isolatedisolationEnglishnounThe separation of a patient, suffering from a contagious disease, from contact with others (compare: quarantine)medicine sciencescountable uncountable
state of being isolatedisolationEnglishnounA database property that determines when and how changes made in one transaction are visible to other concurrent transactions.computing databases engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
state of being isolatedisolationEnglishnounA Freudian defense mechanism in which a person suppresses a harmful thought from developing into a train of thought.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
stone at the head of a gablesummer-stoneEnglishnouna stone on which a supporting beam rests, forming part of a wall.architectureobsolete
stone at the head of a gablesummer-stoneEnglishnounthe large triangular stone at the head of a gable.architectureobsolete
streak of lightmeteorEnglishnounAn atmospheric or meteorological phenomenon. These were sometimes classified as aerial or airy meteors (winds), aqueous or watery meteors (hydrometeors: clouds, rain, snow, hail, dew, frost), luminous meteors (rainbows and aurora), and igneous or fiery meteors (lightning and shooting stars).climatology meteorology natural-sciences
streak of lightmeteorEnglishnounA fast-moving streak of light in the night sky caused by the entry of extraterrestrial matter into the earth's atmosphere; a shooting star or falling star.
streak of lightmeteorEnglishnounA prop similar to poi balls, in that it is twirled at the end of a cord or cable.arts hobbies juggling lifestyle performing-arts sports
streak of lightmeteorEnglishnounA striking weapon resembling a track and field hammer consisting of a weight swung at the end of a cable or chain.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
streak of lightmeteorEnglishnounAny short-lived source of wonderment.figuratively
streak of lightmeteorEnglishverbTo move at great speed.intransitive
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounA system of rules and principles for speaking and writing a language.countable uncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounThe study of the internal structure of words (morphology) and the use of words in the construction of phrases and sentences (syntax).human-sciences linguistics sciencesuncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounA book describing the rules of grammar of a language.countable uncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounA formal system specifying the syntax of a language.computing computing-theory engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounActual or presumed prescriptive notions about the correct use of a language.countable uncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounA formal system defining a formal languagecomputing computing-theory engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounThe basic rules or principles of a field of knowledge or a particular skill.countable uncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounA book describing these rules or principles; a textbook.Britain archaic countable uncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounA grammar school.UK countable uncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishnounA set of component patterns, along with the rules for connecting them, which can be combined to form more complex patterns such as large still lifes, oscillators, and spaceships.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
study of internal structure and use of wordsgrammarEnglishverbTo discourse according to the rules of grammar; to use grammar.intransitive obsolete
substance added to another substance to produce certain propertiesadditiveEnglishadjPertaining to addition; that can be, or has been, added.mathematics sciences
substance added to another substance to produce certain propertiesadditiveEnglishadjThat is distributive over addition.mathematics sciencesof a function usually
substance added to another substance to produce certain propertiesadditiveEnglishadjWhose operator is identified as addition.group-theory mathematics sciences
substance added to another substance to produce certain propertiesadditiveEnglishadjPertaining to chemical addition.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
substance added to another substance to produce certain propertiesadditiveEnglishadjOf or pertaining to genes (or the interaction etc. of such genes) which govern the same trait and whose effects work together on the phenotype.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
substance added to another substance to produce certain propertiesadditiveEnglishnounA substance added to another substance or product to produce specific properties in the combined substance.
substance added to another substance to produce certain propertiesadditiveEnglishnounA word or phrase that adds something, such as also, even, or nor.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To administer a blow to, directly or with a weapon or missile.headingphysical transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To come into contact with forcefully and suddenly.headingphysical transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To strike against something.headingintransitive physical
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To activate a button or key by pressing and releasing it.headingphysical transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To kill a person, usually on the instructions of a third party.headingphysical slang transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To attack, especially amphibiously.government heading military politics warphysical transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To affect someone, as if dealing a blow to that person.headingfiguratively intransitive physical transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo manage to touch (a target) in the right place.transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo switch on.colloquial transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo briefly visit.colloquial transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo encounter an obstacle or other difficulty.informal transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo attain, to achieve. / To reach or achieve.headinginformal transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo attain, to achieve. / To meet or reach what was aimed at or desired; to succeed, often by luck.headingintransitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo attain, to achieve. / To guess; to light upon or discover.heading
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo affect negatively.transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo attack.figuratively
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo make a play. / In blackjack, to deal a card to.card-games games headingtransitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo make a play. / To come up to bat.ball-games baseball games heading hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo make a play. / To take up, or replace by a piece belonging to the opposing player; said of a single unprotected piece on a point.backgammon games heading
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo use; to connect to.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencestransitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo have sex with.US slang transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbTo inhale an amount of smoke from a narcotic substance, particularly marijuana.US slang transitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverb(of an exercise) to affect, to work a body part.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishverbto work outbodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA blow; a punch; a striking against; the collision of one body against another; the stroke that touches anything.
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounSomething very successful, such as a song, film, or video game, that receives widespread recognition and acclaim.
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounAn attack on a location, person or people.
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA collision of a projectile with the target.
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA collision of a projectile with the target. / In the game of Battleship, a correct guess at where one's opponent ship is.
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA match found by searching a computer system or search enginecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA measured visit to a web site, a request for a single file from a web server.Internet
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounAn approximately correct answer in a test set.
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounThe complete play, when the batter reaches base without the benefit of a walk, error, or fielder’s choice.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA dose of an illegal or addictive drug.colloquial
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA premeditated murder done for criminal or political purposes.
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA peculiarly apt expression or turn of thought; a phrase which hits the mark.dated
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA move that throws one of the opponent's men back to the entering point.backgammon games
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishnounA game won after the adversary has removed some of his men. It counts for less than a gammon.backgammon games
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishadjVery successful.not-comparable
success, especially in the entertainment industryhitEnglishpronIt.dialectal
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishadjSlippery or smooth due to a covering of liquid; often used to describe appearances.
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishadjAppearing expensive or sophisticated.
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishadjSuperficially convincing but actually untrustworthy.
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishadjClever, making an apparently hard task easy.often sarcastic
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishadjExtraordinarily great or special.US
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishadjSleek; smooth.
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounA covering of liquid, particularly oil.
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounA rapidly-expanding ring of dark water, resembling an oil slick, around the site of a large underwater explosion at shallow depth, marking the progress through the water of the shock wave generated by the explosion.geography hydrodynamics hydrology natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsUS broadly dated
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounSomeone who is clever and untrustworthy.
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounA tool used to make something smooth or even.
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounA tire with a smooth surface instead of a tread pattern, often used in auto racing.automotive hobbies lifestyle sports transport vehicles
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounA helicopter.government military politics warUS slang
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounA camera-ready image to be used by a printer. The "slick" is photographed to produce a negative image which is then used to burn a positive offset plate or other printing device.media printing publishing
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounA glossy magazine.media publishingslang
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounA wide paring chisel used in joinery.
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounIn omegaverse fiction, the copious, lubricating bodily fluid produced by an omega in heat.lifestyleslang
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishverbTo make slick.
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishadvAlternative form of sleek (“with ease and dexterity”)alt-of alternative
superficially convincing but actually untrustworthyslickEnglishnounAlternative form of schlichalt-of alternative
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