Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

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SensetextWordLanguagePart-of-speechGlossTopicsTags
-arInterlinguasuffixAdded to a noun root word, this forms a verb meaning to apply or make use of the root.morpheme
-arInterlinguasuffixAdded to an adjectival root word, this forms a verb meaning to render/make (adjective) the object of the verb.morpheme
-eSwahilisuffixsubjunctive markermorpheme with -si- without TAM infix
-eSwahilisuffixsubjunctive marker / imperative markermorpheme with -si- without TAM infix
-eSwahilisuffixsuffix used to derive a noun denoting a person or object undergoing an actionmorpheme
-itiProto-SlavicsuffixDeverbal, iterativemorpheme reconstruction
-itiProto-SlavicsuffixDeverbal, causativemorpheme reconstruction
-itiProto-SlavicsuffixDeadjectivalmorpheme reconstruction
-itiProto-SlavicsuffixDenominalmorpheme reconstruction
-곳Middle Koreanparticleas long as (emphasizes that if the conditional holds true, the result is inescapable)
-곳Middle KoreanparticlePerhaps an emphatic marker, or perhaps a marker limiting the clause; see contrasting analyses below. Typically used with adverbs of limitation, such as 오직 (wocik, “only, solely”).
ACLEnglishnounInitialism of anterior cruciate ligament.anatomy medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
ACLEnglishnounInitialism of anterior cruciate ligament. / An injury to the ACL.anatomy hobbies lifestyle medicine sciences sports
ACLEnglishnounInitialism of access control list.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
ACLEnglishnounaction-centred leadershipbusiness
AzzurriItaliannamethe Italian national football team
AzzurriItaliannamethe Italian national rugby team
AäronDutchnameAaron (Biblical figure).masculine
AäronDutchnamea male given name from Hebrew, equivalent to English Aaronmasculine
BlakemoreEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
BlakemoreEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Lonoke County, Arkansas, United States.countable uncountable
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A former settlement in Calaveras County, California.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in Yuba County, California.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A census-designated place in Miami, Florida.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in Escambia County, Florida.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A ghost town in Jackson County, Illinois. It was the former county seat.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in White County, Illinois.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in Union County, Indiana.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A small home rule city, the county seat of Edmonson County, Kentucky.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community and census-designated place in Ouachita Parish, Louisiana.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community and census-designated place in Washington County, Maryland.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A small city in Houston County, Minnesota.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in Hinds County, Mississippi.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A neighbourhood of Brooklyn, New York.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A census-designated place in Licking County, Ohio.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A city in Linn County, Oregon.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A borough of Fayette County, Pennsylvania.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in Berks County, Pennsylvania.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in Lawrence County, South Dakota.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A city, the county seat of Haywood County, Tennessee.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A city, the county seat of Cameron County, Texas, named after Fort Brown, which was naned after Jacob Brown.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in Windsor County, Vermont.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in Kitsap County, Washington.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / An unincorporated community in Lewis County, West Virginia.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameThe name of many places in the United States of America: / A village in Dodge County, Wisconsin.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameA former community in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameA community in Oxford County, Ontario, Canada.
BrownsvilleEnglishnameA suburb of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.
ChrącholPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
ChrącholPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
ChunqiuEnglishadjSynonym of Spring and Autumnnot-comparable
ChunqiuEnglishnameSynonym of Spring and Autumn Annals
ComoresFrenchnameComoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa) # Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte) / Comoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa)feminine plural plural-only
ComoresFrenchnameComoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa) # Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte) / Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte)feminine plural plural-only
DeanEnglishnameA title afforded to a dean.countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA habitational surname from Middle English from Middle English dene “valley”.countable
DeanEnglishnameA male given name transferred from the surname or originating as an occupation derived from the title.countable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / Any of various villages and hamlets in England: / A village and civil parish in Allerdale borough, Cumbria (OS grid ref NY0725).countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / Any of various villages and hamlets in England: / A hamlet in Kentisbury parish, North Devon district, Devon (OS grid ref SS6245).countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / Any of various villages and hamlets in England: / A hamlet in West Down parish, North Devon district, Devon (OS grid ref SS5042).countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / Any of various villages and hamlets in England: / A hamlet in Sixpenny Handley and Pentridge parish, east Dorset (OS grid ref ST9715).countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / Any of various villages and hamlets in England: / A hamlet in Bishop's Waltham parish, Winchester district, Hampshire (OS grid ref SU5619).countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / Any of various villages and hamlets in England: / A hamlet in Sparsholt parish, Winchester district, Hampshire (OS grid ref SU4431).countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / Any of various villages and hamlets in England: / A hamlet in Spelsbury parish, West Oxfordshire district, Oxfordshire (OS grid ref SP3422).countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / Any of various villages and hamlets in England: / A hamlet in Cranmore parish, Mendip district, Somerset (OS grid ref ST6744).countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / A small township in the Shire of Hepburn, central Victoria, Australia.countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / A small community in the Musquodoboit Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada.countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Monterey County, California.countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Appanoose County, Iowa.countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A ghost town in Lander County, Nevada.countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A township and village therein, in Cambria County, Pennsylvania.countable uncountable
DeanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A minor city in Clay County, Texas.countable uncountable
DublinPolishnameDublin (the capital city of Ireland)inanimate masculine
DublinPolishnameDublin (a traditional county of Ireland)inanimate masculine
DurbanEnglishnameA city and seaport in KwaZulu-Natal, Republic of South Africa.countable uncountable
DurbanEnglishnameA surname.countable
EarthshipEnglishnounA solar-heated house made of natural and recycled materials, such as earth-filled tyres.architecture
EarthshipEnglishnounThe Earth, considered as a spaceship moving through space.poetic
EarthshipEnglishnounA spaceship originating from or belonging to Earth.literature media publishing science-fiction
FerienGermannounholidays during which an institution (especially a school, university) or a business is closed; break (usually three days or more)plural plural-only
FerienGermannounvacation, holidayplural plural-only
FlughafenabfertigungsgebäudeGermannounterminal buildingaeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesneuter strong
FlughafenabfertigungsgebäudeGermannounairport terminalneuter strong
GitarrenkonzertGermannounguitar concert (musical event)neuter strong
GitarrenkonzertGermannounguitar concerto (musical composition)neuter strong
GréagachIrishadjGreek, Greciannot-comparable
GréagachIrishadjHellenicnot-comparable
GréagachIrishadjAlternative letter-case form of gréagach (“bright, splendid; beautiful; garish, gaudy”)alt-of not-comparable
GréagachIrishnounGreek personmasculine
GréagachIrishnounHellenemasculine
HelveyEnglishnameA surname from German.countable uncountable
HelveyEnglishnameA ghost town in Reynolds County, Missouri, United States.countable uncountable
HelveyEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Jefferson County, Nebraska, United States.countable uncountable
Idade do FerroPortuguesenameIron Age (period characterised by the use of iron tools)archaeology history human-sciences sciencesfeminine
Idade do FerroPortuguesenameIron Age (the fifth Age of Man)human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreco-Roman feminine
IscaLatinnameRiver Uskdeclension-1 feminine singular
IscaLatinnameShort for Isca Augusta, Caerleon on the Uskabbreviation alt-of declension-1 feminine historical singular
IscaLatinnameRiver Exedeclension-1 feminine singular
IscaLatinnameShort for Isca Dumnoniorum, Exeter on the Exeabbreviation alt-of declension-1 feminine historical singular
JaénSpanishnameJaén (a province of Andalusia, Spain; capital: Jaén)
JaénSpanishnameJaén (a city in Jaén, Spain)
JaénSpanishnameA province of Cajamarca, Peru
KabardaEnglishnounA member of the Kabardian-speaking people living in or originating from the Kabardino-Balkaria area in North Caucasus.
KabardaEnglishnounA Kabarda horse.
KazakTurkishnounKazakh (person)
KazakTurkishnounCossack (person)
KazakTurkishnamea male given name
KendzioraPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
KendzioraPolishnamea female surnamefeminine
KomoritFinnishnameComoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa) # Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte) / Comoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa)plural
KomoritFinnishnameComoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa) # Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte) / Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte)plural
LaganSwedishnameA river in Jönköping county, Kronoberg county and Halland county, Sweden; which flows into Laholm Bay, Kattegat.
LaganSwedishnameA town by Lagan river, Ljungby municipality, Kronoberg county, Sweden
LaganSwedishnameA river in Northern Ireland, United Kingdom
LakelandEnglishnameThe Lake District, a rural area in northwest England.
LakelandEnglishnameA city in Polk County, Florida, United States.
LakelandEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Lanier County, Georgia, United States.
MandanEnglishnounAn ethnic Native American tribe in North Dakota.plural plural-only
MandanEnglishnameThe extinct language of this tribe.
MandanEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Morton County, North Dakota.
MandanEnglishnameA ghost town in Michigan.
Mexican influenzaEnglishnounThe virus pandemic H1N1/09 virus.uncountable
Mexican influenzaEnglishnounThe influenza caused by influenzavirus H1N1/09.uncountable
Mexican influenzaEnglishnounThe outbreak of 2009 swine flu pandemic.uncountable
NeptunoEsperantonameNeptune, eighth planet of the solar system. Symbol: ♆.astrology astronomy human-sciences mysticism natural-sciences philosophy sciences
NeptunoEsperantonameNeptune, Roman god of the ocean and earthquakes.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman
ParadiesGermannounparadiseneuter strong
ParadiesGermannounatriumarchitectureneuter strong
PepGermannounverve, pepneuter no-plural strong
PepGermannounspeed (amphetamine-based drug)neuter no-plural slang strong
PleistoceneEnglishadjOf a geologic epoch within the Quaternary period from about 2,588,000 to 11,700 years ago (earlier definition 1.7 million to 11,000 years ago); marked by the evolution of man, and the extinction of the large mammals.geography geology natural-sciencesnot-comparable
PleistoceneEnglishnameThe Pleistocene epoch.geography geology natural-sciences
QSLTranslingualsymbolCan you acknowledge receipt?broadcasting media radioslang
QSLTranslingualsymbolI acknowledge receipt.broadcasting media radioslang
RegillusLatinnameA small lake in Latium famous for its battledeclension-2
RegillusLatinnameA Roman cognomen — famously held by: / A Roman cognomen — famously held bydeclension-2
RegillusLatinnameA Roman cognomen — famously held by: / Lucius Aemilius Regillus, a Roman admiraldeclension-2
RegillusLatinnameAlternative form of Rēgillumalt-of alternative declension-2
SamariaEnglishnameThe ancient capital of the northern Kingdom of Israel, in the modern West Bank.
SamariaEnglishnameAn ancient region in the region of Palestine, mostly in the northern part of the modern West Bank.
SeefeldGermannameSeefeld (a municipality of the district of Starnberg, Oberbayern, Bavaria, Germany)neuter proper-noun
SeefeldGermannameSeefeld (a municipality of the Amt of Mittelholstein, Rendsburg-Eckernförde district, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany)neuter proper-noun
SeefeldGermannameSeefeld (in Tirol) (a historic farming village and major tourist resort in Innsbruck-Land District, Tyrol, Austria)neuter proper-noun
SeefeldGermannameSeefeld (a quarter in District 8 (Riesbach) of the city and canton of Zürich, Switzerland)neuter proper-noun
SegòviaCatalannameSegovia (a province of Castile and León, Spain)feminine
SegòviaCatalannameSegovia (a city in Segovia, Castile and León, Spain)feminine
ShimenEnglishnameA district of New Taipei, Taiwan.
ShimenEnglishnameAn urban village in Shimen district, New Taipei, Taiwan.
SinhaleseEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the majority ethnic group of Sri Lanka, their Indo-Aryan language, or their culture.
SinhaleseEnglishnounA Sinhalese person: a member of the majority ethnic group of Sri Lanka.countable
SinhaleseEnglishnounThe Indo-Aryan language of the Sinhalese people.uncountable
StephenEnglishnameThe first Christian martyr.
StephenEnglishnameA male given name from Ancient Greek.
StephenEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
StephenEnglishnameA minor city in Marshall County, Minnesota, United States, named after George Stephen.
Thin Red LineEnglishnounThe members the 93rd Regiment of the British Army who met the charge of the Russian cavalry at the Battle of Balaclava in 1854.historical
Thin Red LineEnglishnounAny thinly spread military unit holding firm against attack.broadly
TrendaPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
TrendaPolishnamea female surnamefeminine
TyrolskoCzechnameTyrol (a historical region in Central Europe)neuter
TyrolskoCzechnameTyrol (a state in western Austria)neuter
UlağılSalarnamethe biggest city of the Mengda township, Xunhua, Haidong
UlağılSalarnamethe biggest city of the Qingshui township, Xunhua, Haidong
UlağılSalarnamethe biggest city of the Chahandusi township, Xunhua, Haidong
VerschießerGermannounagent noun of verschießen; / one who or that which shoots off somethingmasculine strong
VerschießerGermannounagent noun of verschießen; / one who misses his shothobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine strong
WertGermannounvalue (determinable numerical quantity)masculine strong
WertGermannounworth, value (state or degree of being estimated)masculine strong
WertGermannounvalue (moral ideal or norm)in-plural masculine often strong
Xuân ThuVietnamesenamethe Spring and Autumn period (770–476 BC)
Xuân ThuVietnamesenameSpring and Autumn Annals
Xuân ThuVietnamesenamea commune in Sóc Sơn district, Hanoi, Vietnam
aandeelDutchnouncontribution, partneuter
aandeelDutchnouna share, stockbusiness financeneuter
aansprekenDutchverbto addresstransitive
aansprekenDutchverbto accosttransitive
aansprekenDutchverbto appeal to, to be appealing totransitive
aasvoëlAfrikaansnounbird feeding on carrion, vulture
aasvoëlAfrikaansnounvulture, a person who profits from the suffering of othersfiguratively
abaftEnglishprepBehind; toward the stern relative to some other object or position; aft of.nautical transport
abaftEnglishadvOn the aft side; in the stern.nautical transport
abaftEnglishadvBackwards.nautical transportobsolete
abelleɣTarifitnounverbal noun of belleɣform-of masculine noun-from-verb
abelleɣTarifitnountransmitting, delivering, conveyingmasculine
accountableEnglishadjObliged, when called upon, to answer (for one’s deeds); answerable.
accountableEnglishadjObliged to keep accurate records (of property or funds).
accountableEnglishadjLiable to be called on to render an account.
accountableEnglishadjCapable of being accounted for; explicable; explainable.rare
adAzerbaijaninounname, first name
adAzerbaijaninounnoungrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
adaaʼNavajonounlip
adaaʼNavajonounedge
adaaʼNavajonounbeak, bill
afiliarCatalanverbto admit as a member, to jointransitive
afiliarCatalanverbto affiliate, to mergetransitive
afterworkFinnishnounthe act of visiting a pub, bar, restaurant or other venues of entertainment with coworkers immediately after workinformal
afterworkFinnishnounan informal activity after workhours, often arranged by the employerinformal
ahamPortugueseintjmhm; uh-huh (yes)informal
ahamPortugueseintjExpresses disbelief.used ironically
ahuizoteSpanishnounahuitzotl, an Aztec mythological creaturemasculine
ahuizoteSpanishnounan annoying person; pest, nuisanceHonduras Mexico colloquial masculine
ahuizoteSpanishnounomen, bewitchment, spellCentral-America Mexico dialectal masculine
alcázarSpanishnounalcazar (Moorish fortress in Spain)masculine
alcázarSpanishnouncitadel, castle, fortified townbroadly masculine
alcázarSpanishnounquarterdecknautical transportmasculine
alegroPortugueseadjallegro (played in a quick, lively tempo)entertainment lifestyle musicinvariable
alegroPortugueseadvallegro (in a quick, lively tempo)entertainment lifestyle musicnot-comparable
alegroPortuguesenounallegro (a passage to be played in a quick, lively tempo)entertainment lifestyle musicmasculine
alegroPortugueseverbfirst-person singular present indicative of alegrarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
alienationEnglishnounThe act of alienating.uncountable usually
alienationEnglishnounThe state of being alienated.uncountable usually
alienationEnglishnounEmotional isolation or dissociation.uncountable usually
alienationEnglishnounVerfremdungseffekt.entertainment lifestyle theateruncountable usually
alienationEnglishnounThe transfer of property to another person.law propertyuncountable usually
amawt'aQuechuaadjskillful, wise
amawt'aQuechuaadjleader
amawt'aQuechuaadjphilosopher
amawt'aQuechuanounteacher, sage, learned person
amawt'aQuechuanounIncan-era educator, most often to children of the nobilityhistorical
anak panjangMalaynounfifth child
anak panjangMalaynounfourth child
analogEnglishadjIn which the value of a data item (such as time) is represented by a continuous(ly) variable physical quantity that can be measured (such as the shadow of a sundial).not-comparable of a device or system
analogEnglishadjNot relating to, or pre-dating, digital technology such as computers and the Internet; relating to real life.not-comparable
analogEnglishnounSomething that bears an analogy to something else.countable
analogEnglishnounAn organ or structure that is similar in function to one in another kind of organism but is of dissimilar evolutionary origin.biology natural-sciencescountable
analogEnglishnounA structural derivative of a parent compound that differs from it by only one or a few atoms or substituent groups; (usually, especially) such a molecule that retains most of the same chemical properties.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
antiaméricainFrenchadjanti-American
antiaméricainFrenchnounanti-Americanmasculine
antianxietyEnglishadjActing to combat or reduce anxiety.human-sciences medicine pharmacology psychology sciencesnot-comparable
antianxietyEnglishnounA medication that combats or reduces anxiety.medicine pharmacology sciences
antimaleEnglishadjAverse to, or acting against, males.
antimaleEnglishnounSomething that is anti-male.
anìmuluSiciliannounswift (wooden tool spun to stretch a skein of yarn)hobbies lifestyle spinning sportsmasculine
anìmuluSiciliannounchatterbox (talkative person)masculine
aplicacióCatalannounapplication (the act of applying or laying on)feminine
aplicacióCatalannounapplication (the substance applied)feminine
aplicacióCatalannounapplication (a computer program or the set of software that the end user perceives as a single entity as a tool for a well-defined purpose)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesfeminine
aplicarSpanishverbto use, to apply
aplicarSpanishverbto smear, to put something above another thing or in contact with another thing
aplicarSpanishverbto apply for a jobBelize
aplicarSpanishverbto apply oneselfreflexive
aplicarSpanishverbto apply, to hold truereflexive
apoderarSpanishverbto empower
apoderarSpanishverbto seize, to gain, to get hold of, to get one's hands on (+ de)reflexive
apoderarSpanishverbto take control of, to take possession of (+ de)reflexive
appesantireItalianverbto make heavy, to weigh downtransitive
appesantireItalianverbto aggravate, to make harder, to weigh downfiguratively transitive
appesantireItalianverbto make torpid, to make tumultuousfiguratively transitive
appesantireItalianverbto become heavier [auxiliary essere] / to become heavierintransitive
appesantireItalianverbto get fat [auxiliary essere] / to get fatintransitive
appesantireItalianverbto become lazy [auxiliary essere] / to become lazyintransitive
appesantireItalianverbto become difficult, to get harder [auxiliary essere] / to become difficult, to get harderfiguratively intransitive
arabistaSpanishnounArabist (a scholar who studies Arab or Arabic culture, politics or language)anthropology human-sciences linguistics sciencesby-personal-gender feminine masculine
arabistaSpanishnounArabist (one that wants to spread Arabic culture)government politicsby-personal-gender feminine masculine
arifIndonesianadjlearned
arifIndonesianadjintelligent
arifIndonesianadjwise
arifIndonesianadjunderstand
ariyoPalinounnominative singular of ariya (“noble man”)form-of nominative singular
ariyoPaliadjnominative singular masculine of ariya (“noble”)form-of masculine nominative singular
arrecerarCatalanverbto place under cover, to shelter, to protectBalearic Central Valencian transitive
arrecerarCatalanverbto take cover, to seek shelterBalearic Central Valencian takes a reflexive pronoun
arse about faceEnglishadjPlaced or arranged the opposite way to the way it should be.Australia Ireland New-Zealand UK not-comparable slang
arse about faceEnglishadjArranged in a confused or haphazard way; muddled.Australia Ireland New-Zealand UK not-comparable slang
arse about faceEnglishadvIn a manner that is opposite to or the reverse of the way it should be, backwards.Australia Ireland New-Zealand UK not-comparable slang
arse about faceEnglishadvIn a confused or haphazard manner.Australia Ireland New-Zealand UK not-comparable slang
arvoIngriannoununderstanding
arvoIngriannounvalue, worth
ascundeRomanianverbto hide, to concealconjugation-3 transitive
ascundeRomanianverbto hide or conceal oneselfaccusative conjugation-3 reflexive
asepIlocanonounincense
asepIlocanonounperfume
astinenzaItaliannounabstinencefeminine
astinenzaItaliannounwithdrawal, cold turkey (from a drug)feminine
athrachIrishnounchange, alterationmasculine
athrachIrishnounalternativemasculine
athrachIrishnoungenitive singular of athair (“creeper”)feminine form-of genitive singular
auctitoLatinverbto increase or augment greatly or repeatedlyconjugation-1
auctitoLatinverbto honor by offeringslifestyle religionconjugation-1 of sacrifices
axiomaticEnglishadjSelf-evident or unquestionable. [from Template:SAFESUBST: c.] / Self-evident or unquestionable.
axiomaticEnglishadjRelating to or containing axioms. [from Template:SAFESUBST: c.] / Relating to or containing axioms.mathematics sciences
açudePortuguesenoundam (structure built across a body of water)masculine
açudePortuguesenouna small artificial lakeBrazil masculine
açudePortugueseverbinflection of açudar: ## first/third-person singular present subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / first/third-person singular present subjunctivefirst-person form-of present singular subjunctive third-person
açudePortugueseverbinflection of açudar: ## first/third-person singular present subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / third-person singular imperativeform-of imperative singular third-person
badarHungarianadjconfused, incoherentof speech
badarHungarianadjstupid, sillyof a person
badilataItaliannounshovelful, spadefulfeminine
badilataItaliannounblow with a shovel or spadefeminine
basketweavingEnglishnounThe act of weaving baskets, as for example from grasses, wicker, or rope.uncountable
basketweavingEnglishnounAny useless, unproductive, or lightweight activity.figuratively uncountable
bastioneItaliannounbastionmasculine
bastioneItaliannounbattlementsin-plural masculine
bata-Irishprefixbatho-morpheme
bata-Irishprefixbathy-morpheme
baugrOld Norsenounan armlet or bracelet (often of silver or gold); often used as currencymasculine
baugrOld Norsenouna shield-bossmasculine
bavitiSerbo-Croatianverbto do, attend, engage in, go in for, occupy oneself withreflexive with-instrumental
bavitiSerbo-Croatianverbto deal withreflexive with s + instrumental
bedonderenDutchverbto double-cross, to cheattransitive
bedonderenDutchverbto baffle, to perplexarchaic transitive
begrepNorwegian Bokmålnouna term (word or phrase)neuter
begrepNorwegian Bokmålnouna concept or ideaneuter
begrepNorwegian Bokmålverbsimple past of begripeform-of past
bestemtNorwegian Nynorskadjdefinite, fixed, set, settled
bestemtNorwegian Nynorskadjcertain, particular
bezelEnglishnounThe sloping edge or face on a cutting tool.
bezelEnglishnounThe oblique side or face of a cut gem; especially the upper faceted portion of a brilliant (diamond), which projects from its setting.
bezelEnglishnounThe rim and flange which encompasses and fastens a jewel or other object, such as the crystal of a watch, in the cavity in which it is set.
bezelEnglishnounThe panel that covers the front of a computer case, or the panel covering each drive bay that can be removed to install a removable drive that requires external access, such as a CD/DVD-ROM drive, which usually has its own preinstalled bezel.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
bezelEnglishnounThe area on the front of a computing device surrounding the display.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
biProto-Germanicprepby, at [+accusative or dative] / by, atreconstruction
biProto-Germanicprepnear, around [+accusative or dative] / near, aroundreconstruction
big bangEnglishnounAn explosion giving rise to a universe.astrophysics
big bangEnglishnounA large implementation of a system rather than phased or gradual delivery
bloatEnglishverbTo cause to become distended.
bloatEnglishverbTo get an overdistended rumen, talking of a ruminant.biology medicine natural-sciences pathology sciences veterinary zoologyintransitive
bloatEnglishverbTo fill soft substance with gas, water, etc.; to cause to swell.
bloatEnglishverbTo become distended; to swell up.intransitive
bloatEnglishverbTo fill with vanity or conceit.
bloatEnglishverbTo preserve by slightly salting and lightly smoking.dated
bloatEnglishverbTo increase to an excessive amount.
bloatEnglishnounDistention of the abdomen from death.countable uncountable
bloatEnglishnounPathological overdistention of rumen with gas in a ruminant.biology medicine natural-sciences pathology sciences veterinary zoologycountable uncountable
bloatEnglishnounWasteful use of space or other resources.countable figuratively uncountable
bloatEnglishnounA worthless, dissipated fellow.countable dated derogatory slang uncountable
bloatEnglishadjbloated.obsolete
boostEnglishnounA push from behind, as to one who is endeavoring to climb.
boostEnglishnounSomething that helps, or adds power or effectiveness; assistance.
boostEnglishnounA coordinate transformation that changes velocity.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
boostEnglishnounA positive intake manifold pressure in cars with turbochargers or superchargers.automotive engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences transport vehicles
boostEnglishverbTo lift or push from behind (one who is endeavoring to climb); to push up.transitive
boostEnglishverbTo help or encourage (something) to increase or improve; to assist in overcoming obstacles.broadly transitive
boostEnglishverbTo steal.slang transitive
boostEnglishverbTo jump-start a vehicle by using cables to connect the battery in a running vehicle to the battery in a vehicle that won't start.Canada transitive
boostEnglishverbTo give a booster shot to.medicine sciencestransitive
boostEnglishverbTo amplify; to signal boost.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencestransitive
boot cutEnglishadjOf pants (trousers), cut as if to allow the legs of the pants to fit over boots.business clothing fashion lifestyle manufacturing textilesnot-comparable
boot cutEnglishnounPants cut as if to allow the legs to fit over boots.
bostaGaliciannoundung; manure (of cattle)feminine uncountable
bostaGaliciannounplatter, an individual cow dungfeminine
bow shockEnglishnounA shock wave formed by the bow of an object travelling at supersonic speed.fluid-dynamics natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
bow shockEnglishnounThe region of the magnetosphere in which the solar wind slows from supersonic to subsonic.astronomy natural-sciences
bow shockEnglishnounA bow wave.
bozoSpanishnoundown, peach fuzz (soft hair on the upper lip)masculine
bozoSpanishnounmuzzle, mouth (exterior part of the mouth)masculine
bozoSpanishnounhalter (for leading horses)masculine
breabScottish Gaelicverbkick
breabScottish Gaelicverbstamp (a foot)
breabScottish Gaelicnounkickfeminine masculine
brígidoSpanishadjof great danger, difficulty or intensity, or that is very impressive or striking.Chile colloquial
brígidoSpanishadjdangerousChile colloquial
brígidoSpanishadjvery preparedChile colloquial
bueySpanishnounox, bullock, steermasculine
bueySpanishnounguy, dumb, dude (depends on context and intonation, also denotes surprise, colloquially pronounced güey)Mexico colloquial masculine slang
bueySpanishnouncuckoldMexico colloquial masculine slang
bueySpanishnounpacket, arm and a leg (large amount of money)Puerto-Rico masculine
butaneEnglishnounA hydrocarbon (either of the two isomers of C₄H₁₀ n-butane, and 2-methyl-propane) found in gaseous petroleum fractions.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencescountable uncountable
butaneEnglishnounThe n-butane isomer only.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencesuncountable
butiTagalognoungoodness; kindness
butiTagalognounrecovery from illness
butiTagalognounimprovement; betterment
butiTagalognounchickenpox, measlesobsolete
butiTagalognounbeautyobsolete
butiTagalognoundecoration, ornamentobsolete
bà chúaVietnamesenouna woman who lives a life of wealth and luxury.
bà chúaVietnamesenounlady (bà: female, chúa: lord), a title given to wives of Trịnh Lords, whom ruled Northern Vietnam for 217 years (1570–1787)
bùthScottish Gaelicnounshopfeminine masculine
bùthScottish Gaelicnounboothfeminine masculine
c'menchantNormanverbpresent participle of c'menchiform-of participle present
c'menchantNormannounbeginnerJersey masculine
cabraGaliciannoungoatfeminine
cabraGaliciannounblackbelly rosefish (Helicolenus dactylopterus)feminine
cabraGaliciannounstains in the legs caused by excessive heatfeminine in-plural
cabraGaliciannoungaper, comber (Serranus cabrilla)feminine
cadastroPortuguesenouncadastremasculine
cadastroPortuguesenouncensusmasculine
cadastroPortuguesenouncriminal recordmasculine
cadastroPortugueseverbfirst-person singular present indicative of cadastrarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
caillagh varreyManxnounhagfishfeminine
caillagh varreyManxnounguillemotfeminine
calling nameEnglishnounThe name associated with the telephone number or similar identifier of a caller.communication communications
calling nameEnglishnounThe name by which a person is normally identified in conversation.anthropology human-sciences linguistics sciences
caponnerFrenchverbto act cowardly, be yellow, chickenintransitive
caponnerFrenchverbto cat (raise anchor to cathead)
capriccioItaliannounwhim, fancy, caprice, quirkmasculine
capriccioItaliannountantrummasculine
capriccioItaliannouncapriccioentertainment lifestyle musicmasculine
caravaneFrenchnouncaravan (convoy or procession of travellers, their cargo and vehicles, and any pack animals)feminine
caravaneFrenchnountravel trailer (furnished vehicle towed behind another, and used as a dwelling when stationary)feminine
cardiopataPortugueseadjcardiopathicfeminine masculine
cardiopataPortuguesenouncardiopathby-personal-gender feminine masculine
cautivoSpanishadjcaptive
cautivoSpanishnouncaptivemasculine
cautivoSpanishverbfirst-person singular present indicative of cautivarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
cementificareItalianverbto concrete over (change the natural environment by building roads and houses, etc.)transitive
cementificareItalianverbto overbuildtransitive
centesimoItalianadjhundredthnumeral ordinal
centesimoItaliannounhundredthmasculine
centesimoItaliannouncent, pennyhobbies lifestyle numismaticsmasculine
cetekMalayadjshallow; not having much depth.of water
cetekMalayadjnot knowing that much about a certain topic.of a person
chamarGalicianverbto call; to refer to (by name)
chamarGalicianverbto call, summontransitive
chamarGalicianverbto call, summontransitive with por
chamarGalicianverbto invoke
chamarGalicianverbto goad; to steer, guide (the cattle, a yoke)transitive
chiffreFrenchnouna digit i.e. 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9masculine
chiffreFrenchnouna numbermasculine
chiffreFrenchnounfigure (number)masculine
chiffreFrenchnouncipher (method of transforming a text to conceal meaning)masculine
chiffreFrenchnouncipher (code)masculine
chiffreFrenchnounfigureentertainment lifestyle musicmasculine
chiffreFrenchnounmonogrammasculine
clackerEnglishnounA percussion instrument that makes a clacking noise.entertainment lifestyle music
clackerEnglishnounAny device that makes a clacking noise.broadly
clackerEnglishnounA testicle.UK US in-plural often slang vulgar
clackerEnglishnounThe anus.Australia New-Zealand slang vulgar
cleasaíIrishnounA playful person or animal.masculine
cleasaíIrishnountrickster, crafty personmasculine
cleasaíIrishnounjuggler, acrobatmasculine
cleasaíIrishnounjoker (playing card)masculine
cnáimhseachasIrishnounobstetricsmasculine
cnáimhseachasIrishnounmidwiferymasculine
condoleoLatinverbto feel severe pain, suffer greatlyconjugation-2 no-supine
condoleoLatinverbto suffer with or feel another's pain; condoleconjugation-2 no-supine
conduzirPortugueseverbto wage (to conduct or carry out)
conduzirPortugueseverbto conduct
conduzirPortugueseverbto drive a vehicle
coptuAromanianadjcooked
coptuAromanianadjripe
corEnglishintjExpression of surprise.Cockney UK
corEnglishnounVarious former units of volume / A Hebrew unit of liquid volume, about equal to 230 L or 60 gallons.units-of-measurehistorical
corEnglishnounVarious former units of volume / Synonym of homer: approximately the same volume as a dry measure.units-of-measurehistorical
corEnglishnounVarious former units of volume / A roughly equivalent Phoenician unit of volume.units-of-measurehistorical
cotorraSpanishnounsmall parrotfeminine
cotorraSpanishnounmagpiefeminine
cotorraSpanishnounchatterboxfeminine
cotorraSpanishnounan unmarried woman past the normal marrying age according to social traditionsMexico feminine
cotorraSpanishadjfeminine singular of cotorrofeminine form-of singular
crimineelDutchadjcriminal, contrary to enforceable legal rules
crimineelDutchadjterrible, excessive (generally in a bad sense)figuratively
crimineelDutchnouncriminal (person guilty of breaking the law)masculine
crotachScottish Gaelicadjhumpbacked
crotachScottish Gaelicadjgibbous (moon or planet)
cíanOld Irishadjfar, distant
cíanOld Irishadjlong-lasting
dabYolanoundash, slap
dabYolanountouch, tap
dance musicEnglishnounMusic composed to accompany social dancing.uncountable
dance musicEnglishnounEllipsis of electronic dance music.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis uncountable
delimitarPortugueseverbto delimit
delimitarPortugueseverbto confine, restrict
deshiEnglishnouna member of a heya ("stable"); trained by its shishogovernment hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports sumo war wrestling
deshiEnglishnoundisciple, mentee, follower
destroyEnglishverbTo damage beyond use or repair.intransitive transitive
destroyEnglishverbTo neutralize, undo a property or condition.transitive
destroyEnglishverbTo put down or euthanize.transitive
destroyEnglishverbTo severely disrupt the well-being of (a person); ruin.transitive
destroyEnglishverbTo utterly defeat; to crush.informal transitive
destroyEnglishverbTo remove data.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
destroyEnglishverbTo exhaust completely and thus recreate or build up.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sportsslang transitive
destroyEnglishverbTo penetrate sexually in an aggressive way.slang transitive vulgar
destroyEnglishverbTo sing a song extremely poorly.US slang transitive
deterreoLatinverbto frighten off, deter, discourage, prevent, hinderconjugation-2
deterreoLatinverbto avert, keep off; repress, controlconjugation-2
dezaktualizowaćPolishverbto outdate (to make out of date)imperfective transitive
dezaktualizowaćPolishverbto become outdatedimperfective reflexive with się
dhunëAlbaniannounviolence, force, coercion, oppressionfeminine physical
dhunëAlbaniannounhumiliation, shaming, dishonor (of a single person or group of people); violation (law)feminine
dhunëAlbaniannoundamage, injuryfeminine
dhunëAlbaniannounblemishfeminine
dienvidusLatviannounnoon (day)declension-3 masculine
dienvidusLatviannounmiddaydeclension-3 masculine
dienvidusLatviannounnoondaydeclension-3 masculine
dimagrareItalianverbto make thin or thinnertransitive uncommon
dimagrareItalianverbto impoverishfiguratively rare transitive
dimagrareItalianverbto become thin or thinner [auxiliary essere] / to become thin or thinnerintransitive uncommon
dimagrareItalianverbto become impoverished, to diminish [auxiliary essere] / to become impoverished, to diminishfiguratively intransitive literary
dimagrareItalianverbto drop in level (of a river, stream, etc.) [auxiliary essere] / to drop in level (of a river, stream, etc.)intransitive rare
dimagrareItalianverbto become sterile or less fertile [auxiliary essere] / to become sterile or less fertileagriculture business lifestyleintransitive
dinky-diEnglishadjGenuine, true.Australia not-comparable slang
dinky-diEnglishadjAuthentically Australian.Australia broadly not-comparable slang
dinky-diEnglishadjHonest, on the level.Australia not-comparable slang
dinky-diEnglishadjTrue blue, steadfastly loyal.Australia not-comparable slang
dispoljAromanianverbto strip, undress
dispoljAromanianverbto divest
dispoljAromanianverbto skin
dispoljAromanianverbto plunder, despoil
dohromadyCzechadvtogether
dohromadyCzechadvtaken together, combined
domicylPolishnoundomicile (home or residence)lawinanimate masculine
domicylPolishnoundomicile marked on the bill of exchangelawinanimate masculine
drightenEnglishnounA lord; ruler; sovereign; chief; leader; prince.fantasy human-sciences lifestyle mysticism mythology paganism philosophy religion sciencesNorse historical
drightenEnglishnounThe Lord; Lord God; Christ.capitalized obsolete often
drungosProto-Celticnounmultitudemasculine reconstruction
drungosProto-Celticnounthrongmasculine reconstruction
drungosProto-Celticnounhostmasculine reconstruction
drungosProto-Celticnounwarbandmasculine reconstruction
dråpåNorwegian Nynorsknounalternative form of dråpealt-of alternative dialectal masculine
dråpåNorwegian Nynorskverbalternative form of drepaalt-of alternative dialectal
dumannaSiciliannounquestionfeminine
dumannaSiciliannounrequest, demand, claim, applicationfeminine
dumannaSiciliannounpetition, actionfeminine
duriterLatinadvroughly, coarsely
duriterLatinadvharshly, sternly
díoltasIrishnounvengeance, revengemasculine
díoltasIrishnounretributionmasculine
díoltasIrishnounreprisal, retaliationmasculine
dólámhachIrishadjtwo-handed; all-out, strenuous; total, utternot-comparable
dólámhachIrishadjsingle-handed / without helpnot-comparable
dólámhachIrishadjsingle-handed / singlenot-comparable
düşe kalkaTurkishadvwith difficulty, by fits and starts, fitfullyidiomatic
düşe kalkaTurkishadvby hanging out frequently, as one spends a lot of time with (someone)idiomatic
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 亶
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 伔
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 刐
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 拄
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 撣/掸, 撢
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 澸
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 熭
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 玬
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瓭
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 疸
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瘄
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 癇/痫
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 紞/𬘘
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 膽/胆
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 衴
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 贅/赘
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 黒
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 黮
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 黵
dǎnMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 㔊
dǫggvaOld Norsenoungenitive plural indefinite of dǫggform-of genitive indefinite plural
dǫggvaOld Norseverbto bedew
dǫggvaOld Norseverbto irrigate, water
econòmicCatalanadjeconomic
econòmicCatalanadjeconomical
eebuYorubanouninsult, verbal abuse
eebuYorubanounA cutting of a mature plant used to cultivate the growing of a new plant, (in particular) a cutting or slice of a yam tuberagriculture business horticulture lifestyle
eligoLatinverbto choose, to pluck or root out, extractconjugation-3
eligoLatinverbto pick out, choose, electconjugation-3 figuratively of persons or things
extinctionEnglishnounThe action of making or becoming extinct; annihilation.countable uncountable
extinctionEnglishnounThe absorption or scattering of electromagnetic radiation emitted by astronomical objects by intervening dust and gas before it reaches the observer.astronomy natural-sciencescountable uncountable
extinctionEnglishnounThe inability to perceive multiple stimuli simultaneously.medicine pathology sciencescountable uncountable
extinctionEnglishnounThe fading of a conditioned response over time if it is not reinforced.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
eyeshadeEnglishnounA type of headgear for shielding the eyes from glaring light, usually consisting of a visor and a headband, more popular among indoor workers in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries than today.countable
eyeshadeEnglishnounA cosmetic product which may be applied to the upper eyelid and to the area near the eye to change skin coloration.not countable
fabulorLatinverbto chat, converse, talkconjugation-1 deponent
fabulorLatinverbto make up a storyconjugation-1 deponent
farmhandEnglishnounSynonym of farmworker
farmhandEnglishnounA player in the minor leagues.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
fatherEnglishnounA (generally human) male who begets a child.
fatherEnglishnounA male ancestor more remote than a parent; a progenitor; especially, a first ancestor.
fatherEnglishnounA term of respectful address for an elderly man.
fatherEnglishnounA term of respectful address for a priest.
fatherEnglishnounA person who plays the role of a father in some way.
fatherEnglishnounA pioneering figure in a particular field.
fatherEnglishnounSomething that is the greatest or most significant of its kind.
fatherEnglishnounSomething inanimate that begets.
fatherEnglishnounA member of a church council.Christianity
fatherEnglishnounThe archived older version of a file that immediately precedes the current version, and was itself derived from the grandfather.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
fatherEnglishverbTo be a father to; to sire.
fatherEnglishverbTo give rise to.figuratively
fatherEnglishverbTo act as a father; to support and nurture.
fatherEnglishverbTo provide with a father.
fatherEnglishverbTo adopt as one's own.
fileTurkishnounA net made of wool, cotton etc.; mesh.
fileTurkishnounA meshwork bag used for shopping.
fileTurkishnounA hairnet.
fileTurkishnounA net inside the goal in games like association football, handball etc.hobbies lifestyle sports
fileTurkishnounA net that divides the court in games like tennis, volleyball, badminton etc.hobbies lifestyle sports
fiveEnglishnumA numerical value equal to 5; the number following four and preceding six.
fiveEnglishnumDescribing a group or set with five elements.
fiveEnglishnounThe digit/figure 5.
fiveEnglishnounA banknote with a denomination of five units of currency. See also fiver.
fiveEnglishnounAnything measuring five units, as length.
fiveEnglishnounA person who is five years old.
fiveEnglishnounFive o'clock.
fiveEnglishnounA short rest, especially one of five minutes.
fiveEnglishnounA basketball team, club or lineup.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sports
forudsigeDanishverbpredict, forecast
forudsigeDanishverbforetell, prophesy
frisbeeEnglishnounAlternative form of Frisbee (an object)alt-of alternative countable
frisbeeEnglishnounAlternative form of Frisbee (a sport)hobbies lifestyle sportsalt-of alternative uncountable
frisbeeEnglishverbAlternative form of Frisbeealt-of alternative
frumstigIcelandicnouninitial stageneuter
frumstigIcelandicnounthe positive degree, positive (abbreviation fst.)grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesneuter
fugaPortuguesenounescape, flight (act of fleeing)feminine
fugaPortuguesenounleak (of water, gas, information etc.)feminine
fugaPortuguesenounevasion (of responsibility, tax etc.)feminine
fugaPortuguesenounfugue (piece of music wherein a particular melody is played in a number of voices)entertainment lifestyle musicfeminine
fırınTurkishnounoven
fırınTurkishnounbakery
gateiraGaliciannouncat door, cat flapfeminine
gateiraGaliciannounhole in wall used as a drainfeminine
geliesanOld Englishverbto redeem, release, save, spareWest-Saxon
geliesanOld Englishverbto loosen, relaxWest-Saxon
geliesanOld Englishverbto dissolve, breakWest-Saxon
gestichtDutchnounpsychiatric ward, mental asylum.colloquial neuter
gestichtDutchnouncare home, reformatory.dated neuter
gestichtDutchnouna Christian religious building or foundation, such as a church or monasteryChristianitydated neuter
gestichtDutchnounlarge, impressive building, as typically used for above institutes.neuter
gestichtDutchnounany building.neuter obsolete
gestichtDutchverbpast participle of stichtenform-of participle past
gossomerMiddle Englishnoungossamer (cobwebs or other strands)uncountable
gossomerMiddle Englishnounthat which is of little importrare uncountable
gratuitoPortugueseadjfree, free of charge, gratis
gratuitoPortugueseadjunjustified, unwarranted, gratuitous, uncalled for
grilagemPortuguesenounillicit land owning through false property titlesBrazil feminine
grilagemPortuguesenouna group or behavior related to such activityBrazil feminine
groundMiddle Englishnounground
groundMiddle EnglishnounEarth
ground squirrelEnglishnounAny of a number of medium-sized squirrel-like burrowing rodents of the tribe Marmotini (i.e., excluding the smaller chipmunks and the larger marmots and prairie dogs).countable uncountable
ground squirrelEnglishnounAny of the other squirrel-like borrowing rodents of the subfamily Marmotinae.countable uncountable
guaraniPortuguesenounGuaraní (a Tupian language of South America)masculine uncountable
guaraniPortuguesenounguaraní (currency of Paraguay)masculine
guaraniPortuguesenounone of the Guaraní, an indigenous South American peopleby-personal-gender feminine masculine
guaraniPortugueseadjof the Guaraní peoplefeminine masculine relational
guaraniPortugueseadjof the Guaraní languagefeminine masculine relational
gulodTagalognounhilltop; crest of a hill
gulodTagalognounhighland
gulodTagalognounplateau
gulodTagalognounridge
gulodTagalognounmountain rangeobsolete
gumawaTagalogverbto make; to manufacture
gumawaTagalogverbto do; to perform; to undertake
gumawaTagalogverbto create
gumawaTagalogverbto build; to construct; to erect
gumawaTagalogverbto work
gumawaTagalogverbcomplete aspect of gumawa
gummaSwedishnounan old womancolloquial common-gender derogatory usually
gummaSwedishnouna woman who looks oldcolloquial common-gender derogatory
gummaSwedishnounan affectionate form of address to a girl or a young womancolloquial common-gender
gummaSwedishnounwifecolloquial common-gender dated
gummaSwedishverbto cover or otherwise apply with rubberarchaic
gut shotEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of gut shootform-of participle past
gut shotEnglishadjAlternative form of gut-shotalt-of alternative not-comparable
gut shotEnglishnounA shot in the gut.
gut shotEnglishnounA gut-shot straight.card-games pokerslang
gésirFrenchverbto lie (to be in a horizontal position), especially when dead or woundedarchaic intransitive literary
gésirFrenchverbto be locatedarchaic intransitive literary
gésirFrenchverbto be buried, hiddenarchaic intransitive literary
għadiraMaltesenounpond, pool, puddlefeminine
għadiraMaltesenounlakefeminine
haaneLimburgishverbto have (forms the perfect and past perfect tense)auxiliary with a past participle
haaneLimburgishverbto have; to owntransitive
haaneLimburgishverbto have; to holdtransitive
haaneLimburgishverbto have (to be afflicted with, suffer from)transitive
haaneLimburgishverbto have (to be scheduled to attend)transitive
haaneLimburgishverbto contain, be composed of, equalof units of measure transitive
haaneLimburgishverbthere be, there is, there areimpersonal with et
haaneLimburgishverbto be occupied with, to like, to be intocolloquial with et and métt
hazyEnglishadjThick or obscured with haze.
hazyEnglishadjNot clear or transparent.
hazyEnglishadjObscure; confused; not clear.
healthEnglishnounThe state of being free from physical or psychological disease, illness, or malfunction; wellness.uncountable usually
healthEnglishnounA state of well-being or balance, often physical but sometimes also mental and social; the overall level of function of an organism from the cellular (micro) level to the social (macro) level.uncountable usually
healthEnglishnounPhysical condition.uncountable usually
healthEnglishnounCure, remedy.obsolete uncountable usually
healthEnglishnounA toast to prosperity.countable usually
healthEnglishnounThe amount of damage an in-game object can withstand before it is destroyed.video-gamesuncountable usually
healthEnglishnounA warrior; hero; man.obsolete
hempieScotsnounSomeone who deserves to be, or is likely to be, hanged.humorous often
hempieScotsadjRoguish; wild.
herraFinnishnounMister (polite title for an adult man)
herraFinnishnounsir (polite form of address to a man, often preceded by hyvä)
herraFinnishnoungentleman (honourable or sophisticated man)
herraFinnishnounlord, master (person having authority over someone or something)
herraFinnishnouna member of the ruling or upper class, a person of authority; (in the plural) the ruling or upper class, the mighty, people in authority (no exact English translation, definitely not any with the same nuance)informal
herraFinnishnounAlternative letter-case form of Herra (“Lord”)lifestyle religionalt-of
hippity-hopEnglishadjMoving by hopping, having an uneven gait.childish
hippity-hopEnglishadjProceeding through uneven stages.figuratively
hippity-hopEnglishadvUnevenly, with a hopping gait.childish not-comparable
hippity-hopEnglishnounA hopchildish
hippity-hopEnglishverbto hop.childish
hippity-hopEnglishnounhip-hop (music)humorous uncountable
hjælpeDanishverbto help
hjælpeDanishverbto assist
hjælpeDanishverbto aid
hjælpeDanishverbto help each other, see hjælpes ad
hobakChickasawnounsterile person or animalalienable
hobakChickasawnouninfertile person or animalalienable
homotheticEnglishadjfor a geometric figure that is the image of another figure under an homothety.geometry mathematics sciencesnot-comparable
homotheticEnglishadjof 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
homotheticEnglishadjin which the ratio of goods demanded depends only on the ratio of their priceseconomics science sciencesnot-comparable
homotheticEnglishadjthe relationship of a microcosm to a macrocosmnot-comparable
hootin' tootin'EnglishadjRowdy; boisterous and noisy.
hootin' tootin'EnglishadjThat makes hooting and tooting sounds.
hospitalisedEnglishadjbeing treated in a hospital
hospitalisedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of hospitaliseform-of participle past
hypersphereEnglishnounThe set of all points in a given hyperspace that are at a given distance from a given point; a generalization of a sphere in four or more dimensions.geometry mathematics sciences
hypersphereEnglishnounA zorb; the act of zorbing, entering a zorbing ball, strapping into a harness, and rolling down a hill.hobbies lifestyle sports
identifierFrenchverbto identify
identifierFrenchverbto log in
ilişməkAzerbaijaniverbto catch [+dative = on] / to catchintransitive
ilişməkAzerbaijaniverbto hook ontointransitive
ilişməkAzerbaijaniverbto get tangledintransitive
ilişməkAzerbaijaniverbto bother, to pesterintransitive
illusionEnglishnounAnything that seems to be something that it is not.countable
illusionEnglishnounA misapprehension; a belief in something that is in fact not true.countable
illusionEnglishnounA magician’s trick.countable
illusionEnglishnounThe state of being deceived or misled.uncountable
ilmoitusFinnishnounnotification, notice (act of notifying or reporting)
ilmoitusFinnishnounannouncement (act of announcing, or that which is announced)
ilmoitusFinnishnounadvertisement (public notice)
impresiIndonesiannounimpression: / the indentation or depression made by the pressure of one object on or into another.anatomy medicine sciences
impresiIndonesiannounimpression: / the overall effect of something, e.g., on a person.
impresiIndonesiannounimpression: / the vivid perception of something as it is experienced, in contrast to ideas or thoughts drawn from memory or the imagination.human-sciences philosophy sciences
impressionismEnglishnounAn art movement characterized by visible brushstrokes, ordinary subject matter, and an emphasis on light and its changing qualities.art artscountable uncountable
impressionismEnglishnounA style that avoided traditional harmony, and sought to invoke the impressions of the composer.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
impressionismEnglishnounA style that used imagery and symbolism to portray the poet's impressions.communications journalism literature media poetry publishing writingcountable uncountable
inconfessatoItalianadjunconfessed
inconfessatoItalianadjsecret
incrociareItalianverbto crosstransitive
incrociareItalianverbto fold (one's arms)transitive
incrociareItalianverbto meet, to come acrosstransitive
incrociareItalianverbto cruise [auxiliary avere] / to cruiseaeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transportintransitive
intel·lecteCatalannounintellect, intelligence, reasonmasculine
intel·lecteCatalannoununderstanding, comprehensionmasculine
iocorLatinverbto joke, jestconjugation-1 deponent
iocorLatinverbto playconjugation-1 deponent
iongantachdScottish Gaelicnounastonishmentmasculine no-plural
iongantachdScottish Gaelicnounmarvelousness, miraculousnessmasculine no-plural
iontráilIrishverbto enter (record, input)
iontráilIrishnounverbal noun of iontráilfeminine form-of noun-from-verb
iontráilIrishnounentry (article in a dictionary or encyclopedia; record in a log or in a database)feminine
irGalicianverbto go
irGalicianverbto work, function, run
irrumoLatinverbto facefuck, irrumateconjugation-1 vulgar
irrumoLatinverbto abuse, defileconjugation-1
iscaGaliciannountinder (dry plants used to light a fire)feminine
iscaGaliciannounbaitfeminine
iscaGalicianintjshoo!
iscaGalicianverbinflection of iscar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
iscaGalicianverbinflection of iscar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
iṣẹjuYorubanounminuteidiomatic
iṣẹjuYorubanounblink, wink
japanilainenFinnishnounA Japanese (person).
japanilainenFinnishadjJapanese (of or pertaining to Japan)
japanilainenFinnishadjJaponic (of or pertaining to the Japonic family of languages)
jedSlovaknounpoisoninanimate masculine
jedSlovaknounvenominanimate masculine
jessîFriulianverbto go outintransitive
jessîFriulianverbto come outintransitive
jessîFriulianverbto get outintransitive
johanIndonesiannounworld.archaic
johanIndonesiannounchampion, hero.archaic
jornadaCatalannoundayfeminine
jornadaCatalannounday's walkfeminine
jwisansHaitian Creolenounenjoyment
jwisansHaitian Creolenounsexual climax, orgasm
järeäFinnishadjsturdy, robust, solid
järeäFinnishadjhefty, heavy
kacsaHungariannounduck
kacsaHungariannouncanard (false or misleading report or story)
kacsaHungariannounbed urinal
kacsaHungariannounthird-person singular single-possession possessive of kacs
kankiFinnishnounbar, stick (long piece of metal or wood, especially one used as a lever)
kankiFinnishnounlong piece of some solid material
kankiFinnishnounrod (straight bar that unites moving parts of a machine)
kanmakTurkishverbto believe; be fooled, be taken in (by)intransitive
kanmakTurkishverbto be contented (with), be satisfied (with)intransitive
kaptafaHungariannounlast (a tool for shaping or preserving the shape of shoes)
kaptafaHungariannouncookie cutter, stereotype (a model or pattern applied without discrimination in procedures, processes or courses of action)derogatory figuratively often
katiganTagalogverbto place outriggers onto a boatactor-ii objective
katiganTagalogverbto support (back a cause, party, etc.)actor-ii objective
klątwaPolishnounanathema, excommunicationChristianityfeminine
klątwaPolishnouncurse (supernatural detriment)feminine
korrigierenGermanverbto correctweak
korrigierenGermanverbto markweak
kręcićPolishverbto twist (to turn the ends in opposite directions)imperfective transitive
kręcićPolishverbto twirl, to spin, to turnimperfective transitive
kręcićPolishverbto prevaricate (speak in an evasive way)colloquial imperfective intransitive
kręcićPolishverbto shoot, to filmimperfective transitive
kręcićPolishverbto spin, to whirlimperfective reflexive with się
kręcićPolishverbto mill around, to hang aboutimperfective reflexive with się
kumanyaTurkishnounviaticum; provisions for a travel or journey
kumanyaTurkishnounfield ration, soldier's rationsgovernment military politics war
kājaLatviannounleg, foot (people's lower limb, organ of support and locomotion)anatomy medicine sciencesdeclension-4 feminine
kājaLatviannounleg, foot (corresponding organ in animals)anatomy medicine sciencesdeclension-4 feminine
kājaLatviannounstanding on one's feet; up (awake)adverbial declension-4 feminine in the locative
kājaLatviannounon foot, walkingadverbial declension-4 feminine in the instrumental plural
kājaLatviannounfootwear (usually while being worn)declension-4 feminine
kājaLatviannounleg (a support similar to a human or animal leg)declension-4 feminine
kọjaYorubaverbto go or pass beyond time, place, or people; to cross
kọjaYorubaverbto exceed some degree, quantity, time, distance
labvēlīgsLatvianadjfavourable, benevolent
labvēlīgsLatvianadjbeneficial, good
lajtHungariannountank (a large cask or vat mounted on wheels, on a cart, or a truck; used to carry water, live fish, wine, must, or silage effluent)dated
lajtHungariannountankful (as much as this tank can hold)attributive dated
lantingTagalognounbroadleaf plantain (Plantago major)
lantingTagalognounpart of a plow to which the harness is attached
larchánGalicianadjlazy, sluggishderogatory
larchánGalicianadjgluttonousderogatory
larchánGaliciannounidler, sluggardderogatory masculine
larchánGaliciannoungluttonderogatory masculine
lay oddsEnglishverbTo offer a bet in which one stands more to lose than the opponent; or a bet in some other way favourable to the opponent.
lay oddsEnglishverbTo feel certain about something.
legalizerEnglishnounThat which makes legal.
legalizerEnglishnounA tool that takes invalid input and creates valid output, such as for chip placement to move digital standard cell gates into legal positions.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
leplezHungarianverbto hide, conceal, disguise, mask, cover up (to hide something from view or from public knowledge, to try to keep something secret)transitive
leplezHungarianverbto camouflage (to hide or disguise something by covering it up or changing the way it looks)government military politics wartransitive
lgħabtMalteseverbfirst-person singular perfect of lagħabfirst-person form-of perfect singular
lgħabtMalteseverbsecond-person singular perfect of lagħabform-of perfect second-person singular
lichtMiddle Dutchadjlight, not heavy
lichtMiddle Dutchadjlighthearted
lichtMiddle Dutchadjlight, easy
lichtMiddle Dutchnounlightneuter
lichtMiddle Dutchnoundaylightneuter
lichtMiddle Dutchnounilluminationneuter
lichtMiddle Dutchnounsight, ability to seeneuter
lichtMiddle Dutchnouninsight, knowledgeneuter
lichtMiddle Dutchadjlight, not dark
lichtMiddle Dutchadjshining, luminous
lichtMiddle Dutchadjlight in colour
lightenEnglishverbTo make brighter or clearer; to illuminate.transitive
lightenEnglishverbTo become brighter or clearer; to brighten.intransitive
lightenEnglishverbTo flash lightning, to give off lightning.archaic intransitive
lightenEnglishverbTo emit or disclose in, or as if in, lightning; to flash out, like lightning.transitive
lightenEnglishverbTo illuminate with knowledge; to enlighten.
lightenEnglishverbTo alleviate; to reduce the burden of.transitive
lightenEnglishverbTo make light or lighter in weight.transitive
lightenEnglishverbTo make less serious or more cheerful.transitive
lightenEnglishverbTo become light or lighter in weight.intransitive
lightenEnglishverbTo become less serious or more cheerful.intransitive
lightenEnglishverbTo descend; to light.
llanastWelshnoundisorder, messfeminine masculine
llanastWelshnounconfusionfeminine masculine
llanastWelshadjlazy, disorderly
llifioWelshverbto saw (to cut with a saw)
llifioWelshverbto whet, to hone
llifioWelshverbAlternative form of llifo (“to flow”)alt-of alternative
lolcontentPolishnounsomething funny or amusingInternet inanimate masculine
lolcontentPolishnounsomething worthy of ridicule and mockeryInternet inanimate masculine
lugieLivviverbto readtransitive
lugieLivviverbto countintransitive
lukkaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of lukke: / simple pastpast
lukkaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of lukke: / past participleparticiple past
lymphaticusLatinadjdistractedadjective declension-1 declension-2
lymphaticusLatinadjfranticadjective declension-1 declension-2
lémnioPortugueseadjLemnian (of or relating to Lemnos)
lémnioPortuguesenounLemnian (someone from Lemnos)masculine
lězćLower Sorbianverbto crawlconcrete imperfective
lězćLower Sorbianverbto climbconcrete imperfective
lươngVietnameseadjgood, honest, decentin-compounds
lươngVietnameseadjnon-Christianin-compounds
lươngVietnamesenounvictuals; food supplies
lươngVietnamesenounpay; earningsbusiness
lươngVietnamesenounmilletagriculture business lifestylein-compounds
lươngVietnameseadjcool; coldin-compounds
magdaraBikol Centralverbto bring
magdaraBikol Centralverbto carrybroadly
maglabotBikol Centralverbto create a hole, to bore a hole
maglabotBikol Centralverbto punch a ticket
maliyyəAzerbaijaninounfinance (management of money and other assets)
maliyyəAzerbaijaninounfinance (science of management of money and other assets)
maliyyəAzerbaijaninounfinances (money and other assets)
mangletaNorwegian Nynorskadjcolorful, motley, polychromatic; having multiple colors
mangletaNorwegian Nynorskadjcolorful; interesting or multifaceted
maquillarSpanishverbto apply makeup or cosmetics totransitive
maquillarSpanishverbto fiddle, massage (numbers, data)transitive
maquillarSpanishverbto disguise, dress upfiguratively transitive
maquillarSpanishverbto put on makeup, to apply cosmeticsreflexive
markupEnglishnounThe percentage or amount by which a seller hikes up his buy-in price when determining his selling price.countable uncountable
markupEnglishnounAn increase in price.countable uncountable
markupEnglishnounThe notation that is used to indicate the meaning of the elements in an electronic document, or to dictate how text should be displayed.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
markupEnglishnounThe process by which proposed legislation is debated and amended.government politicsUS countable uncountable
marsh mallowEnglishnounA European species of plant in the mallow family, Althaea officinalis, historically used medicinally and the source of what became the modern marshmallow confection (which no longer contains the plant).
marsh mallowEnglishnounHibiscus moscheutos (crimsoneyed rosemallow, swamp rosemallow. eastern rosemallow)
marsh mallowEnglishnounMalva sylvestris (common mallow)
massaliòtaOccitanadjMassilioteLanguedoc historical masculine
massaliòtaOccitanadjSynonym of marselhés (“Marseillais”)Languedoc masculine
maturityEnglishnounThe state of being mature, ready or ripe; the prime state of productibility and self expression.countable uncountable
maturityEnglishnounWhen bodily growth has completed and/or reproduction can begin.countable uncountable
maturityEnglishnounThe state of a debt obligation at the end of the term of maturation thereof, once all interest and any applicable fees have accrued to the principal.business finance insurancecountable
maturityEnglishnounDate when payment is due.business finance insurancecountable
małżeństwoPolishnounmarriageneuter
małżeństwoPolishnounmarried couple, wife and husbandneuter
mbetAromanianverbto intoxicate
mbetAromanianverbto get drunkreflexive
menskfulMiddle Englishadjhonourable, worthy, noble
menskfulMiddle Englishadjdignified, attractive
menskfulMiddle Englishadjbeneficial, assistiverare
mestreCatalannounmastermasculine
mestreCatalannounteachermasculine
microtunerEnglishnounAn electronic device or audio software endowed with microtuning capabilities specifically designed and used to modify the tuning of musical instruments, hence allowing for microtonal scales, just intonation scales and tunings other than the twelve-tone equal temperament to be played.
microtunerEnglishnounA high-precision mechanical tuning device found on some vintage brass and reed instruments.
mightandMiddle EnglishadjBeing mighty or capable (of); mighty; powerful; able.
mightandMiddle EnglishnounOne who is mighty; a mighty man.
minaPortuguesenounmine (place from which ore is extracted)feminine
minaPortuguesenounfountfeminine figuratively
minaPortuguesenounmine (explosive)feminine
minaPortuguesenoungirl, galBrazil feminine slang
minaPortugueseverbinflection of minar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
minaPortugueseverbinflection of minar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
mittbenaSwedishnounthe dividing line formed when hair is parted down the middle of the skullcommon-gender
mittbenaSwedishnounany hairstyle with the hair parted down the middle of the skull, middle part haircommon-gender
mięsiarzPolishnounperson who hunts for meathobbies hunting lifestylemasculine person
mięsiarzPolishnounmeateater (person who eats meat)masculine obsolete person
mjöðurIcelandicnounmead (alcoholic drink fermented from honey and water)masculine
mjöðurIcelandicnounany alcoholic beverage, especially beerbroadly humorous masculine poetic
monteCorsicannounmountain, mountgeography geology geomorphology natural-sciences orographymasculine
monteCorsicannounheap, pilemasculine
monteCorsicannounpool, fund (of money); bankmasculine
moraaliFinnishnounmoral(s) (common concepts of decency)
moraaliFinnishnounmoral (moral practice or teaching)
moraaliFinnishnounmorale
mordedorSpanishadjbiting, bitey (prone to bite)
mordedorSpanishadjmordacious
mordedorSpanishnounteething ring for babiesmasculine
mosachIrishadjshaggy, rough, bristly
mosachIrishadjbristly, grumpy, surly
motiveraSwedishverbto justify (to explain motives)
motiveraSwedishverbto motivate (make more motivated to do something)
mukulaFinnishnountuber (fleshy underground stem)biology botany natural-sciences
mukulaFinnishnountuberous, and other translations (of, relating to, resembling, or producing tubers)
mukulaFinnishnountuber (thickened rootstock)agriculture business horticulture lifestyle
mukulaFinnishnounlump (mound or mass of no particular shape)
mukulaFinnishnounkid (little child)colloquial
multitaskingFinnishnounmultitaskinghuman-sciences psychology sciencesjargon
multitaskingFinnishnounmultitaskingcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesjargon rare
muqaddamEnglishnounAny of various Arabic or Islamic officials.
muqaddamEnglishnounA former village headman in Bengal, through whom the government dealt with the peasants.
mũtarakwaKikuyunounAfrican pencil cedar, East African cedar (Juniperus procera)class-3
mũtarakwaKikuyunounMexican white cedar, Mexican cedar (Hesperocyparis lusitanica, syn. Cupressus lusitanica)class-3
naargelangDutchprepaccording to, depending on
naargelangDutchprepas, to the extent that, along
nabōjMarshalleseadjexterior
nabōjMarshalleseprepoutside
nabōjMarshalleseverbopen air
nagovaratiSerbo-Croatianverbto persuade, talk intotransitive
nagovaratiSerbo-Croatianverbto convincetransitive
navigable watersEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see navigable, waters.plural plural-only
navigable watersEnglishnounThose waters that are subject to the ebb and flow of the tide and/or are presently used, or have been used in the past, or may be susceptible for use to transport interstate or foreign commerce. A determination of navigability, once made, applies laterally over the entire surface of the waterbody, and is not extinguished by later actions or events which impede or destroy navigable capacity.lawUS plural plural-only
negeseuaWelshverbto run errandsintransitive not-mutable
negeseuaWelshverbto trade, to run a business, to dealintransitive not-mutable
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / Especially, most species of herb genus Urtica, the stinging nettles: / Most, but not all, subspecies of Urtica dioica (common nettle),
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / Especially, most species of herb genus Urtica, the stinging nettles: / Urtica incisa (Australian nettle);
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / Wood nettle (Laportea canadensis);
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / Bull nettles and spurge nettles (Cnidoscolus spp.): / Cnidoscolus stimulosus, bull nettle, spurge nettle,
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / Bull nettles and spurge nettles (Cnidoscolus spp.): / Cnidoscolus texanus, Texas bull nettle,
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / Bull nettles and spurge nettles (Cnidoscolus spp.): / Cnidoscolus urens, bull nettle,
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / Bull nettles and spurge nettles (Cnidoscolus spp.): / Nettle trees or tree nettles: / Various species of the genus Dendrocnide: / Various species of the genus Dendrocnide
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / Bull nettles and spurge nettles (Cnidoscolus spp.): / Nettle trees or tree nettles: / Urera baccifera (scratchbush),
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / Bull nettles and spurge nettles (Cnidoscolus spp.): / Nettle trees or tree nettles: / Urtica ferox (tree nettle);
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / rock nettle (Eucnide spp.);
nettleEnglishnounAny plant whose foliage is covered with stinging, mildly poisonous hairs, causing an instant rash. / small-leaved nettle (Dendrocnide photinophylla).
nettleEnglishnounCertain plants that have spines or prickles: / ball nettle (Solanum carolinense);
nettleEnglishnounCertain plants that have spines or prickles: / Solanum elaeagnifolium, bull nettle, silver-leaf nettle, white horse-nettle;
nettleEnglishnounCertain plants that have spines or prickles: / Solanum dimidiatum, western horse-nettle, robust horse-nettle;
nettleEnglishnounCertain plants that have spines or prickles: / Solanum rostratum, horse-nettle;
nettleEnglishnounCertain plants that have spines or prickles: / Celtis (hackberry).
nettleEnglishnounCertain non-stinging plants, mostly in the family Lamiaceae, that resemble the species of Urtica: / dead nettle, dumb nettle (Lamium spp.), particularly Lamium album, white nettle;
nettleEnglishnounCertain non-stinging plants, mostly in the family Lamiaceae, that resemble the species of Urtica: / false nettle (Boehmeria spp., family Urticaceae);
nettleEnglishnounCertain non-stinging plants, mostly in the family Lamiaceae, that resemble the species of Urtica: / flame nettle or painted nettle (Coleus spp.);
nettleEnglishnounCertain non-stinging plants, mostly in the family Lamiaceae, that resemble the species of Urtica: / hedge nettle (Stachys spp.);
nettleEnglishnounCertain non-stinging plants, mostly in the family Lamiaceae, that resemble the species of Urtica: / hemp nettle (Galeopsis spp.);
nettleEnglishnounCertain non-stinging plants, mostly in the family Lamiaceae, that resemble the species of Urtica: / horse nettle Agastache urticifolia,
nettleEnglishnounCertain non-stinging plants, mostly in the family Lamiaceae, that resemble the species of Urtica: / nilgiri nettle, Himalayan giant nettle (Girardinia diversifolia, family Urticaceae).
nettleEnglishnounLoosely, anything which causes a similarly stinging rash, such as a jellyfish or sea nettle.
nettleEnglishverbOf the nettle plant and similar physical causes, to sting, causing a rash in someone.transitive
nettleEnglishverbTo pique, irritate, vex or provoke.figuratively transitive
neuhickyrManxadjinsecure, loose
neuhickyrManxadjprecarious
neuhickyrManxadjchancy, fluky
neuhickyrManxadjindefiniteindefinite
neuhickyrManxadjinfirm
neuhickyrManxadjapocryphal
neuhickyrManxadjuncertain, debatable
nichPolishprongenitive/accusative/locative plural of oniaccusative after-preposition form-of genitive locative plural
nichPolishprongenitive/locative plural of oneafter-preposition plural
nimEnglishverbTo take or seize.obsolete transitive
nimEnglishverbTo filch, steal, pilfer.archaic slang transitive
nimEnglishverbTo walk with short, quick strides; trip along.UK dialectal intransitive
nimEnglishnounA game in which players take turns removing objects from heaps.uncountable
nimEnglishnounAlternative form of neem (“Indian tree”)alt-of alternative
nisciùnLigurianadjno, anymasculine singular with-negation
nisciùnLigurianpronnonemasculine singular
nisciùnLigurianpronno one, nobodymasculine singular
noccioloItaliannounstone, kernel (of a fruit)masculine
noccioloItaliannouncore, heartfiguratively masculine
noccioloItaliannounhazel (tree)masculine
noccioloItaliannounhazel (wood)masculine
noccioloItaliannounSynonym of palombo (“common smooth-hound”)masculine
non-exclusiveEnglishadjNot exclusive; general.not-comparable
non-exclusiveEnglishadjNot exclusive; non-exhaustive; partial, incomplete.not-comparable of a list of examples
nonfunctionalEnglishadjNot functional; useless; broken.not-comparable
nonfunctionalEnglishadjNot of the functional programming paradigm.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencesnot-comparable
nosyEnglishadjPrying, inquisitive or curious in other’s affairs; tending to snoop or meddle.
nosyEnglishadjHaving a large or elongated nose.
nosyEnglishnounA look at something to satisfy one's curiosity.UK slang
nosyEnglishnounA nose.childish rare
nosyEnglishverbTo pry into something.informal with into
notoLatinverbto mark, make a markconjugation-1
notoLatinverbto write, especially in shorthandconjugation-1
notoLatinverbto write remarks or notesconjugation-1
notoLatinverbto signify, denoteconjugation-1
notoLatinverbto hint atconjugation-1 figuratively
notoLatinverbto mark, note, observeconjugation-1 figuratively
notoLatinverbto brand as infamous; to censureconjugation-1 figuratively
nudleCzechnounnoodlesfeminine
nudleCzechnounsnotcolloquial feminine
nyerHungarianverbto winintransitive transitive
nyerHungarianverbgain (acquire possession or advantage)transitive
object-basedEnglishadjBased upon the concept of an objectnot-comparable
object-basedEnglishadjencapsulating states and operations inside objectscomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
obscuritatCatalannoundarknessfeminine
obscuritatCatalannounobscurity (quality of being difficult to understand)feminine
obskuraEsperantoadjobscure (unclear)
obskuraEsperantoadjobscure (not well-known)
obskuraEsperantoadjdark (not light)
ocaqAzerbaijaninounstove
ocaqAzerbaijaninounhearth
ocaqAzerbaijaninouncenter, core, heart, heartlandfiguratively
ocultCatalanadjhidden, concealed
ocultCatalanadjoccult, secret
odstawaPolishnoundelivery of goods to markettransportfeminine
odstawaPolishnoungoods put asidefeminine
odstawaPolishnountransport of excavated material from the face to the main haulage routes or to the sub-pit by means of conveyors, scrapers, or other equipmentbusiness miningfeminine
odstawaPolishnounoffglide (phase while the articulators are moving away from their position in articulating a speech sound)human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesfeminine
olejPolishnounoil (liquid fat)inanimate masculine
olejPolishnounoil (oil produced from plants)inanimate masculine
olejPolishnouncooking oilcooking food lifestyleinanimate masculine
olejPolishnounmotor oilinanimate masculine
olejPolishnounoil paintcolloquial inanimate masculine
olejPolishnounoil painting (painting done with oil paints)colloquial inanimate masculine
olejPolishverbsecond-person singular imperative of olaćform-of imperative second-person singular
omamitiSerbo-Croatianverbto captive, enthrall, beguile, enchant, intoxicate, stupifytransitive
omamitiSerbo-Croatianverbto daze, stuntransitive
operativeEnglishadjEffectual or important.
operativeEnglishadjFunctional, in working order.
operativeEnglishadjHaving the power of acting; hence, exerting force, physical or moral; active in the production of effects.
operativeEnglishadjProducing the appropriate or designed effect; efficacious.
operativeEnglishadjBased upon, or consisting of, a surgical operation or operations. [from Template:SAFESUBST: c.] / Based upon, or consisting of, a surgical operation or operations.
operativeEnglishnounAn employee or other worker with some particular function or skill.
operativeEnglishnounA spy, secret agent, or detective.
operativeEnglishnounA participant in an operation.
operációHungariannounoperation (a surgical procedure)medicine sciences
operációHungariannounoperation (a military campaign)government military politics warrare
operációHungariannounoperation (a procedure for generating a value from one or more other values)mathematics sciencesrare
ordførerDanishnounspokesperson, person who speaks on behalf of a group
ordførerDanishnouna member of a party who communicates (and to a certain extent, establishes) that party's stance on some areagovernment politicsspecifically
ornoLatinverbto furnish, equip, outfit, prepareconjugation-1
ornoLatinverbto adorn, ornament, decorateconjugation-1
ornoLatinverbto honor, commend, praiseconjugation-1 figuratively
overcapitalizeEnglishverbto estimate the value of a company, stock etc too highlytransitive
overcapitalizeEnglishverbto capitalize a business beyond a sustainable leveltransitive
ozhiitaaOjibweverbget ready
ozhiitaaOjibweverbprepare
oświecićPolishverbto enlighten, to illuminateperfective transitive
oświecićPolishverbto enlighten (to make something clear)figuratively perfective transitive
oświecićPolishverbto school, to educateeducationfiguratively literary perfective transitive
oświecićPolishverbto get illuminated, to illuminate oneselfarchaic perfective reflexive with się
oświecićPolishverbto school, to educated oneselfeducationarchaic figuratively perfective reflexive with się
palatalisoimattomuusFinnishnounThe state of not palatalizing.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
palatalisoimattomuusFinnishnounThe state of not being palatized, unpalatalizedness.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
papierPolishnounpaper (material)inanimate masculine
papierPolishnoundocument, especially diploma, certification, or proofcolloquial inanimate masculine
papierPolishnounpaper (open hand in the game of rock paper scissors)inanimate masculine
pappaFinnishnoundaddialectal
pappaFinnishnoungrandpa, grandfathercolloquial
paramedicEnglishnounAn individual trained to medically stabilize people through various interventions, victims of trauma or medical events outside of a hospital setting and preparing them for transport to a medical facility.
paramedicEnglishnounAn individual who is licensed at the state or national level to practice medical interventions in an emergency prehospital setting.US
paramountEnglishadjHighest, supreme; also, chief, leading, pre-eminent.not-comparable often postpositional
paramountEnglishadjOf the highest importance.not-comparable
paramountEnglishadjOf a law, right, etc.: having precedence over or superior to another.not-comparable obsolete
paramountEnglishnounA chief or superior; (specifically, chiefly South Africa) an African chief having the highest status in a region; a paramount chief.
paramountEnglishnounA supreme ruler; an overlord; (specifically, historical) in the feudal system, a landowner who did not derive ownership of the land from anyone else, and who was able to grant fees to others; a lord paramount.obsolete
pareEnglishverbTo remove the outer covering or skin of something with a cutting device, typically a knife.transitive
pareEnglishverbTo reduce, diminish or trim gradually something as if by cutting off.transitive
pareEnglishverbTo trim the hoof of a horse.
pareEnglishverbTo sharpen a pencil.Ireland slang
pebblyEnglishadjOf or containing pebbles.
pebblyEnglishadjWith a surface like that of pebbles.
peenendamaEstonianverbto refine, to make finer
peenendamaEstonianverbto palatalizehuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
periproceduralEnglishadjOccurring at about the same time as a medical procedure: shortly before it, during it, and/or shortly after it (but without further specificity).medicine sciences surgerynot-comparable
periproceduralEnglishadjOccurring at about the same time as a medical procedure: shortly before it, during it, and/or shortly after it (but without further specificity). / Occurring at all of those times, as opposed to only certain ones.medicine sciences surgerynot-comparable
personal capitalEnglishnounFinancial resources or other wealth belonging to a particular person, especially when used for investment purposes.business financeuncountable usually
personal capitalEnglishnounGood reputation, credibility, or influence.idiomatic uncountable usually
pierwszyPolishadjfirst (in order)not-comparable
pierwszyPolishadjfirst (in time)not-comparable
pierwszyPolishadjfirst (most important)not-comparable
pierwszyPolishadjfirst (best in some regard)not-comparable
pierwszyPolishadjprimemathematics sciencesnot-comparable
pierwszyPolishnounDenotes first day of the month; the firstinanimate masculine
placentophagyEnglishnounConsumption of one's own placenta immediately after childbirth.rare uncountable
placentophagyEnglishnounThe consumption of a placenta, of any species, as part of a meal.uncountable
pluviaLatinnounraindeclension-1 feminine
pluviaLatinnouna shower (of something)declension-1 feminine
pluviaLatinadjinflection of pluvius: / feminine nominative/vocative singularfeminine nominative singular vocative
pluviaLatinadjinflection of pluvius: / neuter nominative/accusative/vocative pluralaccusative neuter nominative plural vocative
pluviaLatinadjfeminine ablative singular of pluviusablative feminine form-of singular
pocisnąćPolishverbto hurl chaotically for some timeperfective transitive
pocisnąćPolishverbto thrust with forceperfective transitive
pocisnąćPolishverbto repartee (to reply with a swift witty retort)perfective slang transitive
policliniqueFrenchnounpolyclinicfeminine
policliniqueFrenchnounoutpatients (department of hospital)feminine
potato chipEnglishnounOne of a batch of pieces of potato cut into elongated cubes and fried; a chip or chipped potato, usually larger than American french fries.Australia Britain
potato chipEnglishnounA potato crisp, a thin slice of potato that has been fried.Australia Canada Hong-Kong Philippines Singapore US
precarioItalianadjprecarious
precarioItalianadjshaky
precarioItalianadjlacking tenure
precarioItaliannountempmasculine
preliminaryEnglishadjIn preparation for the main matter; initial, introductory, preparatory.not-comparable
preliminaryEnglishnounA preparation for a main matter; an introduction.
preliminaryEnglishnounAny of a series of sports events that determine the finalists
preliminaryEnglishnounA relatively minor contest that precedes a major one, especially in boxing
probaGaliciannountestfeminine
probaGaliciannounprooffeminine
probaGaliciannounevidencelawfeminine
probaGaliciannounsamplefeminine
probaGaliciannouna quantity of meat that is gifted to the ones who helped during the annual slaughter of pigsfeminine
probaGalicianverbinflection of probar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
probaGalicianverbinflection of probar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
problematizarPortugueseverbto represent something as a problem (question to be answered)
problematizarPortugueseverbto make something problematic; to cause a problem
proboscisEnglishnounAn elongated tube from the head or connected to the mouth, of an animal. / The tubular feeding and sucking organ of certain invertebrates like insects, worms and molluscs.anatomy biology entomology malacology medicine natural-sciences sciences
proboscisEnglishnounAn elongated tube from the head or connected to the mouth, of an animal. / The trunk of an elephant.anatomy medicine sciences
proboscisEnglishnounA large or lengthy human nose.humorous informal mildly
programátorCzechnounprogrammer (one who designs software)animate masculine
programátorCzechnounprogrammer (device that installs a software program into some other machine)animate masculine
provvedimentoItaliannounmeasure, act, stepmasculine
provvedimentoItaliannounprecautionmasculine
pruuttaFinnishnounsprayer, squirt, douchedialectal
pruuttaFinnishnounsyringedialectal
przemilczaćPolishverbto dissemble, to pass overimperfective transitive
przemilczaćPolishverbto keep silentimperfective transitive
punaSpanishnounpuna, Andean plateauLatin-America feminine
punaSpanishnounaltitude sicknessLatin-America feminine
punaSpanishnounCold mountain windLatin-America feminine
punaSpanishverbinflection of punir: ## first/third-person singular present subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / first/third-person singular present subjunctivefirst-person form-of present singular subjunctive third-person
punaSpanishverbinflection of punir: ## first/third-person singular present subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / third-person singular imperativeform-of imperative singular third-person
punttiFinnishnounweighthobbies lifestyle sports weightliftingcolloquial
punttiFinnishnounShort for punttisali (“gym”).abbreviation alt-of colloquial
punttiFinnishnounleg, trouser leg, pant leg (part of garment covering the leg)colloquial
punttiFinnishnouna unit of 10 matchboxes
putredRomanianadjputrid, rottenmasculine neuter
putredRomanianadjcorruptmasculine neuter
pôquerPortuguesenounpoker (card game)card-games gamesmasculine uncountable
pôquerPortuguesenounfour of a kindcard-games pokermasculine uncountable
pôquerPortuguesenouna set of four or more goals scored in a match by the same playerhobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine uncountable
quảnVietnamesenouncanalobsolete
quảnVietnameseverbto carein the negative
quảnVietnameseverbto manage, to control
ramulusLatinnounA little branch or boughdeclension-2
ramulusLatinnounA twig or sprigdeclension-2
razdeobaSerbo-Croatiannoundivision, separation
razdeobaSerbo-Croatiannoundistribution
razveselitiSerbo-Croatianverbto rejoice, be happyreflexive
razveselitiSerbo-Croatianverbto entertain, cheer uptransitive
rebootEnglishnounAn instance of rebooting.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
rebootEnglishnounA fresh start.broadly
rebootEnglishnounThe restarting of a series' storyline, discarding all previous continuity.human-sciences linguistics narratology sciences
rebootEnglishnounThe restarting of a series' storyline without discarding previous continuity.
rebootEnglishverbTo execute a computer's boot process, effectively resetting the computer and causing the operating system to reload, possibly after a system failure.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive transitive
rebootEnglishverbTo start afresh.broadly
rebootEnglishverbRestart; to return to an initial configuration or state.
regelenDutchverbto regulate, to control
regelenDutchverbto arrange
regelenDutchnounplural of regelform-of plural
reknaNorwegian Nynorskverbto calculate
reknaNorwegian Nynorskverbto consider
reknaNorwegian Nynorskverbto count (to enumerate or determine numbers)archaic
reknaNorwegian Nynorskverbto assume
rennostiFinnishadvrelaxedly
rennostiFinnishadvcasually, informally
rhosWelshnounheath, moorfeminine
rhosWelshnounrosebushesmasculine plural
rhosWelshnounrosesmasculine plural
ri-lomo̧o̧rMarshallesenouna savior
ri-lomo̧o̧rMarshallesenouna rescuer
ri-lomo̧o̧rMarshallesenouna redeemer
rimbacuccareItalianverbto wrap up (one's head or body, a child, etc.) again (with heavy or oversized garments)transitive
rimbacuccareItalianverbto wrap up (one's head or body, a child, etc.) more tightlytransitive
rimbacuccareItalianverbto muffle againtransitive
rogatioLatinnounAn inquiry or proposal to the people for passing a law or decree; a proposed law, decree or bill.lawdeclension-3
rogatioLatinnounA question, interrogation, questioning.declension-3
rogatioLatinnounAn asking, demanding; prayer, entreaty, request; invitation.declension-3
romlottHungarianverbthird-person singular indicative past indefinite of romlikform-of indefinite indicative past singular third-person
romlottHungarianverbpast participle of romlikarchaic form-of participle past
romlottHungarianadjspoiled, rotten, bad
romlottHungarianadjcorrupt, debauched
roughEnglishadjNot smooth; uneven.
roughEnglishadjApproximate; hasty or careless; not finished.
roughEnglishadjTurbulent.
roughEnglishadjDifficult; trying.
roughEnglishadjCrude; unrefined.
roughEnglishadjWorn; shabby; weather-beaten.
roughEnglishadjViolent; not careful or subtle.
roughEnglishadjLoud and hoarse; offensive to the ear; harsh; grating.
roughEnglishadjNot polished; uncut.of a gem
roughEnglishadjHarsh-tasting.
roughEnglishadjSomewhat ill; sick; in poor condition.UK colloquial slang
roughEnglishadjUnwell due to alcohol; hungover.UK colloquial slang
roughEnglishnounThe unmowed part of a golf course.
roughEnglishnounA rude fellow; a coarse bully; a rowdy.
roughEnglishnounA scuffed and roughened area of the pitch, where the bowler's feet fall, used as a target by spin bowlers because of its unpredictable bounce.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
roughEnglishnounThe raw material from which faceted or cabochon gems are created.
roughEnglishnounA quick sketch, similar to a thumbnail but larger and more detailed, used for artistic brainstorming.
roughEnglishnounBoisterous weather.obsolete
roughEnglishnounA piece inserted in a horseshoe to keep the animal from slipping.
roughEnglishverbTo create in an approximate form.
roughEnglishverbTo break the rules by being excessively violent.boxing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war wrestlingintransitive
roughEnglishverbTo commit the offense of roughing, i.e. to punch another player.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sports
roughEnglishverbTo render rough; to roughen.
roughEnglishverbTo break in (a horse, etc.), especially for military purposes.
roughEnglishverbTo endure primitive conditions.
roughEnglishverbTo roughen a horse's shoes to keep the animal from slipping.transitive
roughEnglishadvIn a rough manner; rudely; roughly.
roughageEnglishnounOriginally (archaic), garbage, rubbish, or waste; later (agriculture) the portions of a crop which are discarded, such as husks, stalks, etc.; also, agricultural waste such as weeds.countable uncountable
roughageEnglishnounCoarse or rough plant material such as hay and silage used as animal fodder.agriculture business lifestylecountable uncountable
roughageEnglishnounSubstances, generally of plant origin, consisting mostly of complex carbohydrates which are undigested when eaten by humans, and which therefore help the passage of food and waste through the alimentary tract; dietary fibre.countable uncountable
rozentuzjazmowaćPolishverbto enthuse (to cause (someone) to feel enthusiasm)perfective transitive
rozentuzjazmowaćPolishverbto get enthusiastic [+instrumental = from what] / to get enthusiasticperfective reflexive with się
rozpůleníCzechnounverbal noun of rozpůlitform-of neuter noun-from-verb
rozpůleníCzechnounbisectionneuter
rudeEnglishadjLacking in refinement or civility; bad-mannered; discourteous.
rudeEnglishadjLacking refinement or skill; untaught; ignorant; raw.
rudeEnglishadjViolent; abrupt; turbulent.
rudeEnglishadjSomewhat obscene, pornographic, offensive.
rudeEnglishadjUndeveloped, unskilled, inelegant.
rudeEnglishadjHearty, vigorous; found particularly in the phrase rude health.
rudeEnglishadjCrudely made; primitive.
räjähdeFinnishnounexplosive (explosive device)
räjähdeFinnishnounexplosive (explosive substance)
saklaTagalognounflat metal ring on the handle (of a knife, bolo, etc.)
saklaTagalognounastride position (in riding a horse, other animals, or any similar sitting position)
saklaTagalognouna game similar to a raffle where a player would bet on a pair of cards from a deck placed on the table, and after reshuffling the deck, the player would win if both cards reappeargambling games
saklaTagalognounbushingengineering mechanical mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesneologism
sakōnProto-West Germanicverbto blamereconstruction
sakōnProto-West Germanicverbto disputereconstruction
sakōnProto-West Germanicverbto cause, set into motionreconstruction
scratcherEnglishnounSomeone who scratches.
scratcherEnglishnounA piece of equipment used to scratch part of the body to relieve an itch.
scratcherEnglishnounAn item made of shreddable material (carpet, corrugated cardboard, etc.) designed to be scratched, usually by pet cats
scratcherEnglishnounA scratch card.gambling games
scratcherEnglishnounA bed.slang
scratcherEnglishnounAny rasorial bird.biology natural-sciences zoology
scratcherEnglishnounA counterfeiter.slang
scratcherEnglishnounAn unlicensed tattoo artist.derogatory slang
scratcherEnglishnounA device for cleaning mud etc. from a wellbore.
secanOld Englishverbto look for, seek
secanOld Englishverbto visit
secanOld Englishverbto attack (especially by an organized group or a military force)
selangIndonesiannoungap, interval.
selangIndonesiannounplace next to the staircase leading to the serambi, place to wash one's feet and put on one's footwear before house
selangIndonesiannounhose (flexible tube)
selangIndonesianadvduring; all through
selangIndonesianverbto borrow
selangIndonesiannounalternative spelling of slangalt-of alternative
semaTurkishnounThe sky, heaven.poetic
semaTurkishnounThe act of hearing.obsolete
semaTurkishnounThe Sama ceremony of the Mevlevi Order.Islam Sufism human-sciences lifestyle mysticism philosophy religion sciences
sendingFaroesenoundelivery, mailtransportfeminine
sendingFaroesenounprogram (news, shows etc., broadcast on radio or television)mediafeminine
sendingFaroesenountransmission (data etc.)communication communicationsfeminine
sendingFaroesenounpass, shothobbies lifestyle sportsfeminine
separacjaPolishnounseparation (an agreement terminating a relationship)feminine
separacjaPolishnounseparation (act of disuniting two or more things)feminine
serNorthern Kurdishnounheadanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
serNorthern Kurdishnounpoint, tipmasculine
serNorthern Kurdishnounbeginning, startmasculine
serNorthern Kurdishnounend, extremitymasculine
serNorthern Kurdishprepon
sezlonHungariannounchaise longue
sezlonHungariannouncouch, divancolloquial
sforbiciareItalianverbto scissor, to cut with scissorstransitive
sforbiciareItalianverbto perform a scissor kick [auxiliary avere] / to perform a scissor kickhobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
shock stallsEnglishnounplural of shock stallform-of plural
shock stallsEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of shock stallform-of indicative present singular third-person
shonenEnglishnounA style of Japanese animation and comics aimed at a younger male audience.anime broadcasting comics film literature manga media publishing televisionuncountable
shonenEnglishadjBeing in the style of shonen comics or animation.anime broadcasting comics film literature manga media publishing television
simpáticoSpanishadjnice, pleasant, likable
simpáticoSpanishadjsympathetic (related to the sympathetic nervous system)anatomy medicine sciences
simularSpanishverbto feign, to pretend
simularSpanishverbto simulate
sinergisIndonesianadjsynergetic, synergistic
sinergisIndonesianadjsynergistical
singkitTagalogadjslant-eyed; having narrow eyes (of a person)
singkitTagalogadjslanting; narrow (of one's eyes)
singkitTagalognouncondition of having slanted or narrow eyes
singkitTagalognounperson with slanted or narrow eyes
skurtōnąProto-Germanicverbto make short; shortenreconstruction
skurtōnąProto-Germanicverbto be short; run short; run out; fail; lackreconstruction
slumpSwedishnounchance, randomness, happenstancecommon-gender uncountable
slumpSwedishnoun(countable (but rarely plural)) a coincidence, (sometimes) an accident, a fluke, etc. / a coincidence, (sometimes) an accident, a fluke, etc.common-gender
slumpSwedishnouna last remainder of something, (often) residual stockscommon-gender
smerteDanishnounpaincommon-gender
smerteDanishnounsufferingcommon-gender
smerteDanishnoungriefcommon-gender
smerteDanishverbpain
smerteDanishverbgrieve
smerteDanishverbache
smuovereItalianverbto move (a heavy object) with effort or difficulty; to move; to shift; to dislodgetransitive
smuovereItalianverbto oustbroadly figuratively transitive
smuovereItalianverbto plowtransitive
smuovereItalianverbto make (someone) retreat or distance himself from an ingrained opinion; to dissuade; to detertransitive
smuovereItalianverbto remove (someone) from a state apathy or idleness; to rouse; to stirtransitive
smuovereItalianverbto move to pity or compassiontransitive
socatiPaliverbto grieveconjugation-1
socatiPaliverbto mournconjugation-1
socialrealismSwedishnounsocialist realismcommon-gender
socialrealismSwedishnounsocial realismcommon-gender
solmakTurkishverbto get pale; to fadeintransitive
solmakTurkishverbto wilt, droop, dieintransitive of flowers
spatulaLatinnouna broad, flat piece.declension-1 feminine
spatulaLatinnouna little palm frond.declension-1 feminine
spatulaLatinnouna scapula (shoulder blade).Late-Latin declension-1 feminine
spatulaLatinnouna spoon or spatula (kitchenware).Late-Latin declension-1 feminine
spoiltEnglishadjHaving lost its original valueUK
spoiltEnglishadjOf food, that has deteriorated to the point of no longer being usable or edible.UK
spoiltEnglishadjHaving a selfish or greedy character, especially due to pamperingUK of a person
spoiltEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of spoilform-of participle past
spolSerbo-Croatiannounsex (kind of an organism as determined by its reproductive organs)Croatia usually
spolSerbo-CroatiannoungenderCroatia usually
spring-cleanEnglishverbTo carry out spring-cleaning on (a room, a house, etc).transitive
spring-cleanEnglishverbTo engage in spring-cleaning.intransitive
starfuckingEnglishadjSeeking inordinate personal benefits from the wishes and needs of a celebrity.not-comparable vulgar
starfuckingEnglishnounThe activity of having sexual relations with celebrities.uncountable vulgar
starfuckingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of starfuckform-of gerund participle present
staubijanProto-West Germanicverbto make steamreconstruction
staubijanProto-West Germanicverbto stew, boilreconstruction
staubijanProto-West Germanicverbto bathe in hot waterreconstruction
staubijanProto-West Germanicverbto sprinklereconstruction
staubijanProto-West Germanicverbto cover with dustreconstruction
stigbøyleNorwegian Bokmålnouna stirrup, stirrup ironequestrian hobbies horses lifestyle pets sportsmasculine
stigbøyleNorwegian Bokmålnounstapes, stirrup (bone in the middle ear)anatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
stintanąProto-Germanicverbto make short, shorten, make bluntreconstruction
stintanąProto-Germanicverbto be shortreconstruction
stoItalianphraseEllipsis of sto bene (“I'm fine”).abbreviation alt-of colloquial ellipsis
stoItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of starefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
strong forceEnglishnounThe color force, a fundamental force that is associated with the strong bonds, created by the associated bosons known as gluons, between quarks and other subatomic particles.
strong forceEnglishnounThe nuclear force, a residual force responsible for the interactions between nucleons, deriving from the color forcedated
stykkiFaroesenounpiece, bit, part, portion, sectionneuter
stykkiFaroesenounone of the cuts of meat (20 in all) into which the carcass of a slaughtered lamb is dividedneuter
stykkiFaroesenounone of the three pieces a fish is dividedneuter
stykkiFaroesenounpiece of landneuter
stykkiFaroesenounsite (for building), plot; (vacant) lotneuter
stykkiFaroesenounpiece, parcelneuter
stykkiFaroesenounconsignment; shipmentneuter
stykkiFaroesenounsubsectionneuter
støttetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of støtte: / simple pastpast
støttetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of støtte: / past participleparticiple past
sugulaneEstoniannounrelative
sugulaneEstoniannouncousin
sutilPortugueseadjsubtle (not obvious; barely noticeable)feminine masculine
sutilPortugueseadjsubtle (cleverly contrived)feminine masculine
sutilPortugueseadjsubtle; cunning, skillfulfeminine masculine
svjestanSerbo-Croatianadjconscious, aware
svjestanSerbo-Croatianadjsentient
swallieScotsnounThe act of swallowing.
swallieScotsnounA throat or gullet.
swallieScotsnounAn abyss in the sea, whirlpool
swallieScotsverbTo swallow (food etc).
synfulOld Englishadjsinful
synfulOld Englishadja sinnersubstantive
sꜣsꜣEgyptianverbto attack headlongtransitive
sꜣsꜣEgyptianverbto drive backtransitive
take one's leaveEnglishverbTo depart.idiomatic
take one's leaveEnglishverbsay goodbye
taktakTagalognounact of shaking out the contents of a container (by holding upside down and pounding the open mouth lightly)
taktakTagalognouna kind of tongue-shaped digging tool attached to one end of a shaft
talusEnglishnounThe bone of the ankle.anatomy medicine sciences
talusEnglishnounA sloping heap of fragments of rock lying at the foot of a precipice.geography geology natural-sciences
talusEnglishnounThe slope of an embankment wall, which is thicker at the bottom than at the top.architecture
tequerequeSpanishnounplumed basilisk lizard (Basiliscus plumifrons)masculine
tequerequeSpanishnounbrown basilisk lizard, striped basilisk (Basiliscus vittatus)masculine
threepenceEnglishnounThe amount of money equal to that of three pence (old or new).uncountable
threepenceEnglishnounA former (pre-decimalisation) British or Irish coin worth three old pence.countable historical
thruEnglishprepRare spelling of through.Canada US alt-of informal rare
thruEnglishprepEye dialect spelling of through.UK alt-of dialectal pronunciation-spelling rare regional
trestleEnglishnounA horizontal member supported near each end by a pair of divergent legs, such as sawhorses.
trestleEnglishnounA folding or fixed set of legs used to support a tabletop or planks.
trestleEnglishnounA framework, using spreading, divergent pairs of legs used to support a bridge.
trestleEnglishnounA trestle bridge.
trip sitEnglishverbTo watch over a person while they are using drugs; to act as a trip sitter.
trip sitEnglishverbTo guide another person's drug trip; to act as a psychedelic guide.
trućPolishverbto poison (to use poison to kill or paralyze)imperfective transitive
trućPolishverbto give spoiled food to someone to make them sickimperfective transitive
trućPolishverbto poison (to pollute)imperfective transitive
trućPolishverbto poison (to cause anxiety, fear)colloquial imperfective transitive
trućPolishverbto insistently ask someone for somethingcolloquial imperfective intransitive
trućPolishverbto pester by talking at length to someone about something boring or insignificant [+dative = to whom] / to pester by talking at length to someone about something boring or insignificantcolloquial imperfective intransitive
trućPolishverbto poison oneselfimperfective reflexive with się
trućPolishverbto make oneself sick by eating unhealthy foodimperfective reflexive with się
trućPolishverbto torture oneselfcolloquial imperfective reflexive with się
tréfondsFrenchnoundepths, the deepliterary masculine uncountable
tréfondsFrenchnounprofundity; something that is recondite or abstrusefiguratively literary masculine uncountable
tréfondsFrenchverbinflection of tréfondre: / first/second-person singular present indicativefirst-person indicative present second-person singular
tréfondsFrenchverbinflection of tréfondre: / second-person singular present imperativeimperative present second-person singular
tubicinoLatinverbto sound a trumpetconjugation-1 intransitive
tubicinoLatinverbto praise or extol (someone)Medieval-Latin conjugation-1 figuratively transitive
tuloIngriannounarrival
tuloIngriannounharvest, yield
tunukTausugnounthorn
tunukTausugnounspine (of a fish)
tunukTausugverbto be pricked
tyhtanOld Englishverbto draw, stretch
tyhtanOld Englishverbto incite, provoke, solicit, urge / taking accusative object followed by preposition on or tō and its object, towards somethingtransitive
tyhtanOld Englishverbto incite, provoke, solicit, urge / preceding a dependent clause, the condition being urgedtransitive
tyhtanOld Englishverbto suggest, bring to mind
tyrnanOld Englishverbto turn, revolveintransitive
tyrnanOld Englishverbto turn, cause to turntransitive
tíkIcelandicnouna bitch, a female dogfeminine
tíkIcelandicnouna bitchderogatory feminine slang
təxribatAzerbaijaninounruins, destructionarchaic
təxribatAzerbaijaninounsabotage
təxribatAzerbaijaninounsubversion (act with intent to injure)
təxribatAzerbaijaninounprovocation
ubriacoItalianadjdrunk (intoxicated)
ubriacoItalianadjblotto
ubriacoItaliannouna drunk person, a blottomasculine
ubriacoItaliannouna drunkard, winesop, wino, or lushmasculine
ubriacoItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of ubriacarefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
uliedMaltesenounone's children; offspring / plural of iben (“son”)form-of plural
uliedMaltesenounone's children; offspring / plural of bint (“daughter”)form-of plural
unaffectedEnglishadjNot affected or changed.
unaffectedEnglishadjLacking pretense or affectation; natural.
unaffectedEnglishnounSomeone not affected, as by a disease.
unaffectedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of unaffectform-of participle past
utilidadePortuguesenounusefulness (quality of being useful)feminine uncountable
utilidadePortuguesenounutensil (small specialised implement)feminine
utilidadePortuguesenouna use; a functionfeminine
varassaPaliadjgenitive/dative singular masculine/neuter of vara (“excellent”)dative form-of genitive masculine neuter singular
varassaPalinoungenitive/dative singular of vara (“wish”)dative form-of genitive singular
vastakkainFinnishadvagainst (one against another)
vastakkainFinnishadvface to face, vis-à-vis
veltaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of velte: / simple pastpast
veltaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of velte: / past participleparticiple past
vemppaFinnishnounprofile (US) (exemption from marching, combat and physical education)government military politics warslang
vemppaFinnishnounconscript exempted from such educationgovernment military politics warslang
vermiculationEnglishnounThe process of being turned into a worm.countable obsolete rare uncountable
vermiculationEnglishnounThe state of being infested or consumed by worms.countable uncountable
vermiculationEnglishnounA pattern of irregular wavy lines resembling worms or their casts or tracks, found on the plumage of birds, used to decorate artworks and buildings, etc.countable uncountable
vermiculationEnglishnounPeristalsis (“wave-like contraction of the digestive tract, resembling the movement of a worm”).medicine physiology sciencescountable dated uncountable
vingarGalicianverbto avenge
vingarGalicianverbto revenge
virPortugueseverbto come (to move towards the speaker or the agent)intransitive
virPortugueseverbto come; to arrive (to reach a destination, especially where the speaker is)intransitive
virPortugueseverbto come (to manifest itself; to occur)intransitive
virPortugueseverbto come (to be located in a certain position in a sequence)intransitive
virPortugueseverbto come from; to be from (to have as one’s place of origin)transitive with de
virPortugueseverbto be caused by; to be due totransitive with de
virPortugueseverbto come back (from); to return (from)intransitive transitive with de
virPortugueseverbhave/has been (forms the present perfect progressive aspect)auxiliary with a verb in the gerund
virPortugueseverbto end up (to eventually do)auxiliary with a and a verb in the infinitive
virPortugueseverbto bitch; to whine (to complain, especially unnecessarily)colloquial intransitive transitive with com
virPortugueseverbfirst/third-person singular future subjunctive of verfirst-person form-of future singular subjunctive third-person
vitrificationEnglishnounTurning to glass or glasslike material: the action or process of vitrifying a material: conversion into an amorphous solid free of any crystalline structure by addition or removal of heat or by mixture with an additive.uncountable usually
vitrificationEnglishnounAn instance of such conversion.countable
vitrificationEnglishnounThe result of such conversion: a vitrified substance or object.countable
viuluFinnishnounviolin
viuluFinnishnouncosts, billin-plural informal
vomoLatinverbto be sick; to vomit, puke, throw up; dischargeconjugation-3 intransitive
vomoLatinverbto vomit up or forth; discharge, emitconjugation-3 transitive
voorletterDutchnouninitial, first letter, notably in an abbreviated full name / first initialfeminine masculine
voorletterDutchnouninitial, first letter, notably in an abbreviated full name / middle initialfeminine masculine
vuoriFinnishnounmountain (large mass of earth and rock)
vuoriFinnishnounmountain (large amount)
vuoriFinnishnounhigh hill (especially in toponyms)
vuoriFinnishnounlining (covering for the inside of a garment)
võissõVoticverbcan, be able toauxiliary
võissõVoticverbmay, mightauxiliary
võissõVoticverbto fare, feel, dointransitive
wargamayaMalaynouna netizen
wargamayaMalaynouna user of social media
warteMiddle Englishnounmole, wart, boil
warteMiddle Englishnounnipplerare
wayEnglishnounTo do with a place or places. / A road, a direction, a (physical or conceptual) path from one place to another.heading
wayEnglishnounTo do with a place or places. / A means to enter or leave a place.heading
wayEnglishnounTo do with a place or places. / A roughly-defined geographical area.heading
wayEnglishnounA method or manner of doing something; a mannerism.
wayEnglishnounA method or manner of doing something; a mannerism. / A set of values and customs associated with and seen as central to the identity of a group of people.usually with 'the' with modifier
wayEnglishnounA state or condition
wayEnglishnounPersonal interaction. / Possibility (usually in the phrases 'any way' and 'no way').heading
wayEnglishnounPersonal interaction. / Determined course; resolved mode of action or conduct.heading
wayEnglishnounA tradition within the modern pagan faith of Heathenry, dedication to a specific deity or craft, Way of wyrd, Way of runes, Way of Thor etc.lifestyle paganism religionGermanic
wayEnglishnounSpeed, progress, momentum.nautical transportuncountable
wayEnglishnounA degree, an amount, a sense.
wayEnglishnounAcknowledges that a task has been done well, chiefly in expressions of sarcastic congratulation.US
wayEnglishnounThe timbers of shipyard stocks that slope into the water and along which a ship or large boat is launched.plural plural-only
wayEnglishnounThe longitudinal guiding surfaces on the bed of a planer, lathe, etc. along which a table or carriage moves.plural plural-only
wayEnglishintjyes; it is true; it is possiblein reply to no way slang
wayEnglishverbTo travel.obsolete
wayEnglishadvMuch.informal not-comparable with comparative or modified adjective
wayEnglishadvVery.not-comparable slang with positive adjective
wayEnglishadvFar.informal not-comparable
wayEnglishadjExtreme, farattributive informal not-comparable
wayEnglishnounThe letter for the w sound in Pitman shorthand.
wepchnąćPolishverbto push in, to shove in, to force in, to cram inperfective transitive
wepchnąćPolishverbto force upon, to thrust upon (cause someone to accept or buy something)colloquial perfective transitive
wepchnąćPolishverbto push one's way in, to muscle in, to cut inperfective reflexive with się
wepchnąćPolishverbto get somewhere despite difficulty, to make it to some place or positionalso figuratively perfective reflexive with się
wilgotnyPolishadjdamp, humid, moist (slightly wet)
wilgotnyPolishadjdamp, humid, moist (characterized by the presence of moisture)
wilgotnyPolishadjmoist (damp, humid, rainy)climatology meteorology natural-sciences seasons weatherof days
wiswisTagalognounwhiz; whizzing sound or movement
wiswisTagalognouna species of grasshopper that produces a characteristic chirping or swishing sound
witaLatinnouna fine, an amercement, a mulct (a pecuniary penalty)Medieval-Latin declension-1
witaLatinnouna vendetta, a feudMedieval-Latin declension-1
wszystkożernyPolishadjomnivorousnot-comparable
wszystkożernyPolishadjof a person: willing to eat any food, not picky about foodhumorous not-comparable
wuntuOld Javaneseadjfull
wuntuOld Javaneseadjblocked, clogged
wuntuOld Javaneseadjfilling completely.
wuntuOld JavanesenounAlternative spelling of huntu, untu, wuntu (“tooth”)alt-of alternative
wutherEnglishverbTo make a rushing sound; to whizz.archaic dialectal intransitive
wutherEnglishverbTo shake vigorously.archaic dialectal intransitive
wutherEnglishnounA low roaring or rushing sound.archaic dialectal
wóścLower Sorbiannounforefather, (male) ancestormasculine
wóścLower SorbiannounfatherChristianityliterary masculine
xerraireCatalanadjchatty, talkativefeminine masculine
xerraireCatalannounchatterboxby-personal-gender feminine masculine
xerraireCatalannounlaughingthrush (any of various species of birds of the family Leiothrichidae, known for their garrulousness)masculine
xerraireCatalannounblack-winged stiltmasculine
yeʼerLacandonnounegg
yeʼerLacandonverblay eggsintransitive
yxaSwedishnounaxecommon-gender
yxaSwedishverbto axe, to cut, chip or sculpture with an axe, to hack, to shape roughly, to make a prototype
yxaSwedishverbto slash with an axe, to reduce or remove, to attack, to criticise
zakolePolishnounmeander (of a river or road)neuter
zakolePolishnounreceding hairlineneuter
zauważalnyPolishadjvisible, tangible, noticeable, observable, discernible, measurable, perceivable, conspicuous
zauważalnyPolishadjsignificant, considerable, substantial
zgânciliRomanianverb(rare, chiefly Moldavia (region), transitive) to try to remove the crust formed on a wound / to try to remove the crust formed on a woundconjugation-4 rare transitive
zgânciliRomanianverb(rare, chiefly Moldavia (region), transitive) to scrape / to scrapeconjugation-4 rare transitive
zmytEgyptiannoundesert
zmytEgyptiannounnecropolis, cemetery
ághIrishnounbattle, contestmasculine
ághIrishnounprowess, valourmasculine
ághIrishnoundanger, peril; fearfulnessmasculine
ághIrishnounsuccess, good luckmasculine
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto pull (transitive) / to move by pulling (especially short distance)
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto pull (transitive) / to pull or win someone over (to their side)
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto pull (transitive) / to draw, haul, drag, tug
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto move (troops) / to withdraw, to pull out [+ablative] / to withdraw, to pull out
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto move (troops) / to send or move (troops) [+dative] / to send or move (troops)
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverblay, construct, build, install (a road, a pipe, a wire etc.)transitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto smoketransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto attract, drawtransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto occupy, interest, engrossfiguratively transitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto grind, milltransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto close, shuttransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto suck up, absorbtransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto bear, endure, suffer, brook, undergotransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto depict (transitive) / to draw (to sketch; depict with lines)
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto depict (transitive) / to draw (picture or painting), paint
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto depict (transitive) / to shoot (film, movie, etc.)
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto depict (transitive) / to take (photograph, picture, etc)
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto last, take timeintransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto weigh (to determine the weight of an object) or to portion out a certain mass of smth.transitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto slap, to punch, etc. (cannot be used without şillə, qapaz etc. as direct objects)transitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto apply, lay, puttransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto distilltransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto take after, resemble (often used with dative of tərəf (“side”))intransitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto be drawn to, to long for, to missfiguratively transitive
çəkməkAzerbaijaniverbto saw out (planks/boards)transitive
õuEstoniannounyard
õuEstoniannounoutside
úpisCzechnounnoteinanimate masculine
úpisCzechnounsubscriptioninanimate masculine
útvarpIcelandicnounbroadcast, broadcastingdated neuter uncountable
útvarpIcelandicnounradioneuter uncountable
útvarpIcelandicnounradio setcountable neuter
účinněCzechadveffectively
účinněCzechadvefficiently
üzvAzerbaijaninounbody part, organ, limb
üzvAzerbaijaninounmember (in an organization)
őrsHungariannounsentry, guard (a person or a squad responsible for protecting something, as well as the place where this person or squad resides)government military politics war
őrsHungariannounfireteam (the smallest unit of military organization)government military politics war
őrsHungariannounpolice station
őrsHungariannountroop, patrol
žmehekSerbo-Croatianadjheavy, weightyKajkavian
žmehekSerbo-CroatianadjunpleasantKajkavian
ΣταμάτηςGreeknameInformal form of Σταμάτιος (Stamátios).form-of informal
ΣταμάτηςGreeknamered light (traffic signal indicating to stop)colloquial figuratively humorous
αβέβαιοGreekadjAccusative masculine singular form of αβέβαιος (avévaios).accusative form-of masculine singular
αβέβαιοGreekadjNominative, accusative and vocative neuter singular form of αβέβαιος (avévaios).
αβυσσαλέοςGreekadjabyssal, deep, bottomless
αβυσσαλέοςGreekadjdeep, immeasurable (large)figuratively
αβύθιστοςGreekadjunsinkable
αβύθιστοςGreekadjnot sunk, unsunk
ανακρεόντειοςGreekadjrelating to the poet Anacreon (notable for Bacchanalian poetry)
ανακρεόντειοςGreekadjBacchanalian (of poetry)broadly
αντιστοιχώGreekverbto correspond
αντιστοιχώGreekverbto be equivalent to, be analagous to
βλαισόςAncient Greekadjbent, distorted
βλαισόςAncient Greekadjtwisted, crooked
βλαισόςAncient Greekadjsplay-footed
ιστορίαGreeknounhistory
ιστορίαGreeknounstory
ιστορίαGreeknounlove affair
κάλμαρεGreekverb3rd person singular imperfect form of καλμάρω (kalmáro).form-of imperfect singular third-person
κάλμαρεGreekverb3rd person singular simple past form of καλμάρω (kalmáro).form-of past singular third-person
κάλμαρεGreekverb2nd person singular imperfective imperative form of καλμάρω (kalmáro).form-of imperative imperfective second-person singular
κάλμαρεGreekverb2nd person singular perfective imperative form of καλμάρω (kalmáro).form-of imperative perfective second-person singular
μάγκαςGreeknounmangas (social group in the Belle Époque era's counterculture of Greece known for behaving in a particularly arrogant/presumptuous way, dressing in a distinctive style with a moustache and beads, having a particular limping walk and listening to rebetiko music; the closest English equivalent is spiv or wide boy)historical obsolete
μάγκαςGreeknountough guy, macho man (person who acts tough and talks in a particular heavy way, the implication usually being they are anything but)broadly colloquial derogatory
μάγκαςGreeknountiger, daredevil, lionheart (smart or cunning person who is exceptionally able and resourceful)colloquial in positive contexts sarcastic sometimes
μάγκαςGreeknoundude, man, bro, guy (term of address between friends)colloquial informal
μάτιGreeknouneyeanatomy biology medicine natural-sciences sciences
μάτιGreeknounburner (element on a kitchen stove)figuratively
παγιδεύωGreekverbto trap, ensnare
παγιδεύωGreekverbto frame, fit up, falsely incriminatecriminology human-sciences law sciences
πηγήAncient Greeknounspring, well, fountain
πηγήAncient Greeknounsource of a riverin-plural
πηγήAncient Greeknounvein (of a mineral)
πηγήAncient Greeknounsource, origin, cause
προκαλέωAncient Greekverbto call forth
προκαλέωAncient Greekverbto challenge, defy, provoke
προκαλέωAncient Greekverbto invite or summon beforehand
προκαλέωAncient Greekverbto offer or propose
φθινοπωριάτικαGreekadjNominative, accusative and vocative neuter plural form of φθινοπωριάτικος (fthinoporiátikos).
φθινοπωριάτικαGreekadvin the autumn, alternative form of φθινοπωρινά (fthinoporiná)
φθινοπωριάτικαGreekadvin the autumn, in the fall (usually with reference to something not appropriate or usual for the season)colloquial
Свето писмоMacedoniannamethe Holy Book
Свето писмоMacedoniannamethe Holy Bible
Свето писмоMacedoniannamethe Bible
безграмотнийUkrainianadjilliterate (unable to read or write)
безграмотнийUkrainianadjignorant, unlettered
беснилоSerbo-Croatiannounrage, fury
беснилоSerbo-Croatiannounrabies
вводRussiannounlead-in
вводRussiannouninput, bringing in
вводRussiannounkey enter
веденняUkrainiannounverbal noun of вести́ pf (vestý): / leadinguncountable
веденняUkrainiannounverbal noun of вести́ pf (vestý): / conductinguncountable
взлетатьRussianverbto fly up, to soar, to take off, to take wing
взлетатьRussianverbto zoomfiguratively
взыскиватьRussianverbto exact (from, of), to recover (from)
взыскиватьRussianverbto make answer (for)
видатьсяRussianverbto see, to meet, to see each othercolloquial
видатьсяRussianverbpassive of вида́ть (vidátʹ)form-of passive
вышибитьRussianverbto knock out, to break in
вышибитьRussianverbto chuck out, to fire out, to kick out
девлKalmyknounfur coat
девлKalmyknoundeel (type of traditional Mongolian cloak)
дуваMacedonianverbto blowintransitive transitive
дуваMacedonianverbto smoke marijuanaintransitive slang
дурницяUkrainiannountrifle (anything that is of little importance or worth)
дурницяUkrainiannounfolly (foolish action)
дурницяUkrainiannounnonsense, balderdash, baloney, piffle, rubbish (foolish talk)
заветRussiannounlegacy
заветRussiannounprecept, maxim
заветRussiannouncovenant, testamentbiblical law lifestyle religion
замещатьRussianverbto act (for sb), to deputize (for sb), to substitute (for sb), to replace (sb)
замещатьRussianverbto substitute (for)
замещатьRussianverbto replacechemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
затаитьсяRussianverbto hide
затаитьсяRussianverbto keep a low profile
затаитьсяRussianverbpassive of затаи́ть (zataítʹ)form-of passive
измятьсяRussianverbto get/become rumpled/crumpled
измятьсяRussianverbpassive of измя́ть (izmjátʹ)form-of passive
иллюминироватьRussianverbto illuminate
иллюминироватьRussianverbto color (a painting)
капRussiannouncape
капRussiannounnodule, woodknob, burl
капRussiannoungenitive plural of ка́па (kápa)form-of genitive plural
капу кројитиSerbo-Croatianphraseto sew a hatliterally
капу кројитиSerbo-Croatianphrasecontrol one's life
клекавBulgarianadjcrooked, kinky, distorteddialectal
клекавBulgarianadjcrippled, feeble (of plants and creatures)dialectal
клекавBulgarianadjlame, incapable, feckless (of people)derogatory dialectal
клѧтваOld Church Slavonicnounoath
клѧтваOld Church Slavonicnouncurse
колядкаUkrainiannounkoliada, Christmas carol
колядкаUkrainiannounkoledari, Christmas caroling
кузеEastern Mariadvhow (question word word)
кузеEastern Mariadvhow (strengthening particle)
кузеEastern Mariconjas, in that manner
кузеEastern Mariintjwhat? (expressing surprise, anger, etc.)
кузеEastern Mariintjwhat? come again? (said when a question was not understood or was unclear)
лъфыгъэAdygheadjbegotten
лъфыгъэAdyghenounchild delivery, childbirth
лъфыгъэAdyghenounchild
маркизаRussiannounfemale equivalent of марки́з (markíz): marchioness, marquiseanimate feminine form-of
маркизаRussiannounsunblind, sun blind, awning, marqueeinanimate
маркизаRussiannoungenitive/accusative singular of марки́з (markíz)accusative form-of genitive singular
наметитьRussianverbto design, to plan, to contemplate, to lay down (a program)
наметитьRussianverbto select, to nominate
наметитьRussianverbto mark, to make a mark on
наявнийUkrainianadjpresent (in the immediate vicinity)
наявнийUkrainianadjavailable (readily obtainable)
неглубокийRussianadjshallow, not too deepno-comparative
неглубокийRussianadjshallow, superficial, skin-deepno-comparative
неинBulgariandether, hers (third-person singular feminine possessive determiner/pronoun)possessive
неинBulgariandetits (when the owning object/article/thing/animal/etc. referred to is feminine)possessive
оголенийUkrainianverbpast adjectival passive participle of оголи́ти pf (oholýty)adjectival form-of participle passive past
оголенийUkrainianadjnude, naked
оголенийUkrainianadjbare, exposed
опаливатьRussianverbto singe (animal, feathers, etc.)
опаливатьRussianverbto sear, to burn, to scorch
отражатьсяRussianverbto be reflected, to reverberate
отражатьсяRussianverbto affect, to have an impact (на (na) on)
отражатьсяRussianverbpassive of отража́ть (otražátʹ)form-of passive
очихMongolianverbto go, to come
очихMongolianverbto visit
переодетьсяRussianverbto change (clothing)
переодетьсяRussianverbpassive of переоде́ть (pereodétʹ)form-of passive
перешкодаUkrainiannounhindrance, impediment, obstacle, obstruction
перешкодаUkrainiannouninterference (distortion on a broadcast signal)in-plural
побегушкиRussiannounrunning aroundcolloquial plural plural-only
побегушкиRussiannounrunning errandscolloquial plural plural-only
покажчикUkrainiannounpointer (text or sign indicating direction or location)
покажчикUkrainiannounindex (list in a book)
правоUkrainiannounright; claim
правоUkrainiannounlaw, rightlaw
прехапяBulgarianverbto sever something in two with one's teeth, to bite (through something)transitive
прехапяBulgarianverbto make a wound in the middle of something with one's teeth, to bitetransitive
примицатиSerbo-Croatianverbto move closertransitive
примицатиSerbo-Croatianverbto come closer; approachreflexive
приснъOld Church Slavonicadjclose, kindred
приснъOld Church Slavonicadjconstant, uninterrupted, eternal
пристрастныйRussianadjbiased, partial
пристрастныйRussianadjaddicted
продријетиSerbo-Croatianverbto penetrate, breachintransitive
продријетиSerbo-Croatianverbto break in, break through, go throughintransitive
роз'яснитиUkrainianverbto explain, to explicate, to expoundtransitive
роз'яснитиUkrainianverbto clarify, to elucidatetransitive
роз'яснитиUkrainianverbSynonym of освітли́ти pf (osvitlýty).dialectal transitive
розкластиUkrainianverbto lay outtransitive
розкластиUkrainianverbto spread outtransitive
розкластиUkrainianverbto unpack (:bag, suitcase)transitive
розкластиUkrainianverbto lay flat, to unfoldtransitive
розкластиUkrainianverbto build and light (:fire)transitive
розкластиUkrainianverbto break down, to decompose (into components, elements)transitive
розкластиUkrainianverbto divide up, to parcel outtransitive
розкластиUkrainianverbto break down (cause disintegration of)figuratively transitive
сковатьRussianverbto forge, to hammer out
сковатьRussianverbto forge together
сковатьRussianverbto chain
сковатьRussianverbto hold, to fixgovernment military politics war
сковатьRussianverbto lock, to besetfiguratively with ice
сковатьRussianverbto fetter
смислUkrainiannounsense, meaning (definition; semantic value)
смислUkrainiannounsense, meaning (purpose, value, or significance (of something) beyond the fact of that thing's existence)
собиратьсяRussianverbto gather
собиратьсяRussianverbto assemble
собиратьсяRussianverbto be about to
собиратьсяRussianverbto be going to, to intend, to mean
собиратьсяRussianverbpassive of собира́ть (sobirátʹ)form-of passive
сполукаUkrainiannouncompoundchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
сполукаUkrainiannouncombinationscombinatorics mathematics sciencesin-plural
сполукаUkrainiannouncombination
споменBulgariannounmemory
споменBulgariannounmemento
споменBulgariannounmemoirsin-plural
спритноUkrainianadvadroitly, agilely, deftly, dextrously, nimbly
спритноUkrainianadvskilfully, skillfully
спритноUkrainianadvcleverly, smartly
считатьRussianverbto calculate
считатьRussianverbto count
считатьRussianverbto think, to opine, to consider
считатьRussianverbto read off, to sense, to compare, to check
тиранитьRussianverbto tyrannize
тиранитьRussianverbto torment
увестиSerbo-Croatianverbto introduce, lead in (bring into practice or organization)transitive
увестиSerbo-Croatianverbto import (bring in from a foreign country)intransitive transitive
увестиSerbo-Croatianverbto drive inreflexive
увестиSerbo-Croatianverbto introducetransitive
улетучитьсяRussianverbto evaporate, to vaporizeintransitive
улетучитьсяRussianverbto vanishfiguratively
улетучитьсяRussianverbto scatter in space (of light or sound)figuratively
улетучитьсяRussianverbto be quickly spent or used upcolloquial figuratively
улетучитьсяRussianverbto leave quickly, to scramcolloquial figuratively
улетучитьсяRussianverbpassive of улету́чить (uletúčitʹ)form-of passive
шарRussiannounball, solid sphere
шарRussiannounball (the set of points lying within a given distance from a given point)mathematics sciences
шарRussiannounballoon
щобUkrainianconjso that, in order that; in order to
щобUkrainianconjlest
ыалYakutnounneighbor
ыалYakutnounfamily; home
ыалYakutnouninhabitant, dweller
ыңғайсызKazakhadjinconvenient
ыңғайсызKazakhadjinappropriate, unsuitable
эмKyrgyznouninoculation
эмKyrgyznounvaccination
яблоняRussiannounapple tree
яблоняRussiannounapple wood
іспаномовнийUkrainianadjSpanish-speaking, Hispanophoneno-comparative
іспаномовнийUkrainianadjSpanish-language (written or spoken in Spanish)no-comparative
үсэгMongoliannounletter (of the alphabet)
үсэгMongoliannountypeface, font
үсэгMongoliannounscript
үсэгMongoliannounquill, penobsolete
әңгімеKazakhnounconversation, talk
әңгімеKazakhnounstory, narration
բյուրArmenianadjinnumerable, countless, myriad
բյուրArmeniannounten thousand, myriadarchaic
լնումOld Armenianverbto fill; to load, to reload, to fill again; to repeople; to complete, to consummate, to fulfil; to glut; to stufftransitive
լնումOld Armenianverbto spread, to diffusetransitive
լնումOld Armenianverbto be filled, to come to its highest pitch, to completeintransitive mediopassive
հավետArmenianadvconstantly, perpetually, forever
հավետArmenianadjalways, constant, perpetual
մարելArmenianverbto put out, to extinguish (fire); to turn off (light)transitive
մարելArmenianverbto repay (debt)transitive
մարելArmenianverbto go out (of light, fire); to die away; to fadeintransitive
ברעגYiddishnouncoast; shore (of the ocean)
ברעגYiddishnounbeach
חורHebrewnounhole
חורHebrewnounhole (a dump, an out-of-the-way place)slang
חורHebrewnounnoblemanbiblical lifestyle religion
חורHebrewnounfine white clothbiblical lifestyle religion
חורHebrewnoundefective spelling of חוורalt-of misspelling
חורHebrewverbdefective spelling of חוורalt-of construction-pa'al misspelling
חורHebrewverbdefective spelling of חיוורalt-of construction-pi'el misspelling
חורHebrewadjdefective spelling of חיוורalt-of misspelling
רמאAramaicadjhigh, tall
רמאAramaicnounheight, hill, elevation
רמאAramaicverbto throw, to warp, to cast, to hurl
רמאAramaicverbto put, to place
רצועהHebrewnounstrap
רצועהHebrewnounligament
استقبالHijazi Arabicnounwelcome, hail, reception
استقبالHijazi Arabicnounreceiving
ایپلكOttoman Turkishnounfibre, both of vegetable or animal origin
ایپلكOttoman Turkishnounthread, a long, thin and flexible form of material
ایپلكOttoman Turkishnounyarn, twisted strand of fibre used for knitting or weaving
خطبةArabicnounverbal noun of خَطَبَ (ḵaṭaba) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
خطبةArabicnounbetrothal, engagement (commitment prior to marriage)
خطبةArabicnounspeech, oration, harangue
خطبةArabicnounspeech, oration, harangue / khutbah, Friday sermonIslam lifestyle religion
خطبةArabicnounimpure color, dirt color
دهرArabicverbto overcome, to conquer, to subdue, to overpower, to master, to gain the mastery over, to prevail, to predominate over, to surpass
دهرArabicnounverbal noun of دَهَرَ (dahara) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
دهرArabicnounthe course of time, fate
دیگدانPersiannounstove
دیگدانPersiannounfireplace used for cooking purposes, ovenarchaic
سےUrdupostpindicates association or mutual dealing: by; with; to
سےUrdupostpindicates a sense of removal or going: from / indicates exiting or separation
سےUrdupostpindicates a sense of removal or going: from / indicates source, cause, reason
سےUrdupostpindicates a sense of removal or going: from / indicates origin, beginning
سےUrdupostpcomparative postposition: than
سےUrdupostpindicates passage of time
سےUrdupostpindicates means or agency
سےUrdupostpindicates manner of doing; forms adverbs
علمPersiannounscience (knowledge via the scientific method)
علمPersiannounknowledge, science
علمPersiannounflag
علمPersiannounstandard (flag)
علمPersiannounbanner
فتحArabicverbto open (“to make something accessible”)transitive
فتحArabicverbto conquer, occupy, take possession of
فتحArabicverb(construed with عَلَى (ʕalā)) to disclose to / to disclose toconstrued with عَلَى (ʕalā)
فتحArabicverbto explain, expound
فتحArabicverbto prompt
فتحArabicverbto assist
فتحArabicverbto begin
فتحArabicverbto decide
فتحArabicverbto mark (a consonant) with a fatha
فتحArabicverbto offer (a price)
فتحArabicverbto broach (a subject)
فتحArabicverbto open in large numbers or thoroughlytransitive
فتحArabicnounverbal noun of فَتَحَ (fataḥa) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
فتحArabicnounopening
فتحArabicnoundisclosure, overture, beginning
فتحArabicnounconquest, victory, an outcome; occupation of a fortified place, opening of an enemy's defenses
فتحArabicnounhelp
فتحArabicnounthe vowel sign fatha
فتحArabicnameFatah (a reverse acronym)government politics
قياسيArabicadjanalogical (acquired by analogy)human-sciences linguistics philosophy sciences
قياسيArabicadjrecord-breaking, record-setting, record (enough to break previous records and set a new one)
مربوطPersianadjrelevant, pertinent
مربوطPersianadjdependent, conditioned
مربوطPersianadjmingled, tiedobsolete
ناگاهPersianadvsuddenlyarchaic
ناگاهPersianadvaccidentaldialectal
يراعArabicnounpiece of reed, reed-pipe or reed-pencollective
يراعArabicnounglowworm, larviform gnatcollective
يراعArabicnounquakebuttock, cowardcollective
ܕܒܘܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounbee
ܕܒܘܪܬܐClassical Syriacnounwasp, hornet
ܚܠܩܐClassical Syriacnounlot, portion
ܚܠܩܐClassical Syriacnounfate, destiny
ܚܠܩܐClassical Syriacnouncasting lots, oracles, auguriesin-plural
आत्माHindinounsoul, spirit, self
आत्माHindinounmind, consciousness
आत्माHindinounsupreme Spirit, paramatmanHinduism Sikhism
किसकोHindiprondative singular of कौन (kaun, “who”)dative form-of singular
किसकोHindiprondative singular of क्या (kyā, “what”)dative form-of singular
कुआला लमपुरHindinameKuala Lumpur (a city, the capital city of Malaysia)
कुआला लमपुरHindinameKuala Lumpur (a federal territory of Malaysia)
चोटHindinouninjury, hurt, wound
चोटHindinounpain, afflictionbroadly
बेईमानीHindinounirreligion
बेईमानीHindinouninfidelity
बेईमानीHindinoundishonesty
बेईमानीHindinoundeception
बेईमानीHindinoundeceit
मुहैयाHindiadjprepared, equipped; set
मुहैयाHindiadjavailable, accessible; at one's disposal
शंस्Sanskritrootto praise, commend, approvemorpheme
शंस्Sanskritrootto recite, repeat (texts, invocations)morpheme
शंस्Sanskritrootto vowmorpheme
शंस्Sanskritrootto wishmorpheme
शंस्Sanskritrootto foretell, predict, prognosticatemorpheme
शंस्Sanskritrootto calumniate, revilemorpheme
शंस्Sanskritrootto hurt, injuremorpheme
शंस्Sanskritrootto be unhappymorpheme
समझनाHindiverbto understand
समझनाHindiverbto comprehend
समझनाHindiverbto perceive
समझनाHindiverbto think, consider
हितHindinounwelfare, comfort, security
हितHindinounbenefit, advantage
हितHindinounfavour, courtesy
हितHindiadjgood, proper, right, suitableindeclinable
কাড়াBengaliverbto pull out
কাড়াBengaliverbto take away
কাড়াBengaliverbto attract
কাড়াBengaliverbto dump
বেচেৰাAssameseadjhelpless
বেচেৰাAssameseadjforlorn
বেচেৰাAssameseadjunfortunate
বেচেৰাAssamesenouna helpless person (used in pity)
বেচেৰাAssamesenounpoor creature
বেচেৰাAssamesenounpoor wretch
ਦੇਸੀPunjabiadjBelonging to one's own country; native, indigenous.
ਦੇਸੀPunjabiadjDesi, South Asian.
ਰਾਜPunjabinounrule, reign, regime, government
ਰਾਜPunjabinouncountry, states or territories ruled over
ਸਾਵਣPunjabinounShraavana (the fifth month of the Hindu lunar calendar)
ਸਾਵਣPunjabinounSawan (the fifth month of the Nanakshahi calendar)
મકદુનિયાGujaratinameMacedonia, Macedon (an ancient kingdom)
મકદુનિયાGujaratinameMacedonia (a region of Southeast Europe)
મકદુનિયાGujaratinameMacedonia (a country in Balkan Peninsula, Europe)
అద్భుతముTelugunounMarvel, wonder.
అద్భుతముTeluguadjamazing, surprising.
శపథముTelugunounAn oath.
శపథముTelugunounA promise to do a thing.
മേളംMalayalamnounA band, especially of musicians
മേളംMalayalamnounmusic harmony
മേളംMalayalamnouna loud musical ensemble performance
മേളംMalayalamnouneach of the classical percussion ensemble using chenda drum in Kerala
മേളംMalayalamnounfair; celebration
മേളംMalayalamnounmarket festival
മേളംMalayalamnounfestival
മേളംMalayalamnouncoming together; unite
മേളംMalayalamnounensemble
ระหว่างThainoundistance (between two points in space or time): space, gap; interval, duration, period; meanwhile; etc.
ระหว่างThainountime; occasion.
ระหว่างThaiprepbetween; amongst; amidst; against; versus.
ระหว่างThaiprepduring.
ສະບາຍດີLaoverbto be well, to be fine
ສະບາຍດີLaoverbhello
သုခံPaliadjBurmese script form of sukhaṃ, which is inflection of သုခ: ## accusative singular masculine ## nominative/accusative singular neuter (sukha, “agreeable”) / Burmese script form of sukhaṃ, which is inflection of သုခBurmese character form-of
သုခံPaliadjBurmese script form of sukhaṃ, which is inflection of သုခ: ## accusative singular masculine ## nominative/accusative singular neuter (sukha, “agreeable”) / accusative singular masculineaccusative masculine singular
သုခံPaliadjBurmese script form of sukhaṃ, which is inflection of သုခ: ## accusative singular masculine ## nominative/accusative singular neuter (sukha, “agreeable”) / nominative/accusative singular neuter (sukha, “agreeable”)
သုခံPalinounBurmese script form of sukhaṃ, which is nominative/accusative singular of သုခ (sukha, “happiness”)Burmese character form-of
დუღებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of ადუღებს (aduɣebs)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
დუღებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of დუღდება (duɣdeba)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
დუღებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of უდუღდება (uduɣdeba)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
ნაცვლებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of ანაცვლებს (anacvlebs)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
ნაცვლებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of ინაცვლებს (inacvlebs)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
ნაცვლებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of უნაცვლებს (unacvlebs)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
ნაცვლებაGeorgiannounverbal noun of ენაცვლება (enacvleba)form-of noun-from-verb verbal
სა- -ეთიGeorgiancircumfixForms generic placenames or country namesmorpheme
სა- -ეთიGeorgiancircumfixForms words describing directionmorpheme
ᠪᡝᡵᡥᡠManchunounsister-in-law (husband's younger sister)
ᠪᡝᡵᡥᡠManchunounsister-in-law (wife of wife's younger brother)
ḥztEgyptiannounblessing, favour
ḥztEgyptiannountall ewer or jar for water with a recurved body, a narrow neck, and a wide mouth, typically made of metal; hes-vase
ἀμόργηAncient Greeknounwatery part which runs out when olives are pressed, amurca
ἀμόργηAncient Greeknounkind of dye
ἀντίAncient Greekprepover against, oppositewith-genitive
ἀντίAncient Greekprepat the same time aswith-genitive
ἀντίAncient Greekprepin exchange for, in place ofwith-genitive
ἀντίAncient Greekprepat the price of, in return forwith-genitive
ἀντίAncient Greekprepfor the sake of, forwith-genitive
ἀντίAncient Greekprepinstead ofwith-genitive
ἀντίAncient Greekprepcompared withwith-genitive
ἀντίAncient Greekprepequivalent to, no better or worse thanwith-genitive
ἐπίβλημαAncient Greeknounthat which is thrown over, covering
ἐπίβλημαAncient Greeknouncoverlet, bedspread
ἐπίβλημαAncient Greeknountapestry, hangings
ἐπίβλημαAncient Greeknounthat which is put on, piece of embroidery, mantle, shawl
ἐπίβλημαAncient Greeknounpatch to repair a garment
ὁμοιόωAncient Greekverbto make similar, assimilate
ὁμοιόωAncient Greekverbto compare, liken
ⲛⲁⲩCopticverbto look at, to seeBohairic
ⲛⲁⲩCopticverbto perceiveBohairic
ⲛⲁⲩCopticnounvision
「 」JapanesepunctEncloses a quotation.punctuation
「 」JapanesepunctEncloses character dialogue.video-gamespunctuation
「 」JapanesepunctEncloses the title of a book, movie, etc.punctuation
「 」JapanesepunctIn kanji-katakana mixed writing (before WWII), encloses 外来語 (gairaigo, “foreign loanwords”) written in katakana to mark them apart from ordinary katakana portions of the text.obsolete punctuation
いけんJapaneseverbto be not good, bad, forbiddenChūgoku Kansai Shikoku
いけんJapaneseverbit's bad if, you must not, you should not... (used after a conditional such as ば (-ba) or と (to) or たら (-tara), or after a nominalized verb phrase ending in the て (-te) conjunctive conjugation and often the particle は (ha) or も (mo))Chūgoku Kansai Shikoku
カワラナデシコJapanesenounpink, various flowering plants of the genus Dianthus
カワラナデシコJapanesenounDianthus superbus, fringed pinkespecially
ハイブリッドJapanesenounhybridbiology natural-sciences
ハイブリッドJapanesenounhybrid (something of mixed origin)
Chinesecharactera unit of measure, which had been defined to be 8 chi, 7 chi, 5 chi 6 cun, and 4 chihistorical
Chinesecharacterto fathom; to measure depth or heightobsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 刃 (rèn, “blade; sword; knife”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 牣 (rèn, “to fill; full”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 認/认 (rèn, “to recognize”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 忍 (rěn, “to endure”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 韌/韧 (rèn, “strong, tough”)alt-of alternative obsolete
Chinesecharactera place in Chu during the Spring and Autumn periodhistorical
列島Japanesenounarchipelago, chain of islandsgeography natural-sciences
列島JapanesenounJapanese archipelagoespecially
包乾Chineseverbto be responsible for a task until it is completed
包乾Chinesenounallocated task
包乾Chinesenouninterval training, a series of workouts interspersed with rest or relief periods.hobbies lifestyle sports swimming
南北朝Japanesenamethe Northern and Southern dynastieshistory human-sciences sciencesof China
南北朝Japanesenamethe Northern and Southern Courtshistory human-sciences sciencesof Japan
南北朝Japanesenamethe Southern and Northern dynastieshistory human-sciences sciencesof Vietnam
卯月Japanesenounthe fourth month of the lunar calendararchaic
卯月Japanesenounthe month when deutzia flowers are in bloom: Aprilpoetic
卯月Japanesenamea 神風 (Kamikaze)-class destroyer of the Imperial Japanese Navyhistorical
卯月Japanesenamea 睦月 (Mutsuki)-class destroyer of the Imperial Japanese Navy during World War II, see Japanese destroyer Uzuki (1925) on Wikipedia.Wikipediahistorical
卯月Japanesenamea female given name
卯月Japanesenamea surname
各樣Chineseprona variety of; all sorts of; all kinds of; a number of; every
各樣ChineseadjdifferentMin-Nan Wu
各樣Chineseadjstrange; unusual; abnormalMin-Dong Min-Nan
喚起Chineseverbto arouse; to waken; to evoke (attention, memory, etc.)
喚起Chineseverbto initiate; to trigger (a reaction, process, etc.); to cause; to result in
Chinesecharacterto sit; to take a seat
Chinesecharacterto go by; to travel by; to ride
Chinesecharacterto bear fruit
Chinesecharacterbecause of; on the ground ofliterary
Chinesecharacterto be in charge of; to manage
Chinesecharacterto uphold; to fight until the end without giving up
Chinesecharacterto be convicted (of a crime)obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 座 (zuò)alt-of alternative
好人家Chinesenounrespectable family
好人家Chinesenounwoman from a respectable family
好人家Chinesenounrich family
Chinesecharacterprostitute
Chinesecharacterfemale performer of song and dancehistorical
寬鬆Chineseadjrelaxed; free from worry
寬鬆Chineseadjloose and comfortable
寬鬆Chineseadjwell-off
寬鬆Chineseadjnot crowded; spacious
寬鬆Chineseverbto relax; to easeeconomics science sciences
TranslingualcharacterKangxi radical #60, ⼻.han
TranslingualcharacterShuowen Jiezi radical №34han
恋人Japanesenouna lover; a boyfriend or girlfriend
恋人JapanesenounThe Lovers, the sixth trump or major arcana card in most traditional Tarot deckshuman-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences tarot
Chinesecharacterto breathe; to pant
Chinesecharacterto sigh; to blow
Chinesecharacterto stop; to subside; to cease
Chinesecharacterto put a stop to; to stop
Chinesecharacterto rest; to have a rest
Chinesecharacterto grow; to develop
Chinesecharacterto calm down; to appease
Chinesecharacterbreath; life
Chinesecharacterone's own children
Chinesecharacterinterest; dividends
Chinesecharactermessage; news
Chinesecharactergreat-grandchild (Classifier: 個/个 c)Cantonese Hainanese Hakka Leizhou-Min Min Zhongshan
拚命Chineseverbto risk one's life
拚命Chineseverbto go to great lengths to accomplish something as if one's life depended on it
排場Chinesenounostentation; show of extravagance; pomp
排場Chineseadjostentatious; extravagant; showy
排場Chineseadjmagnificent; dignified
新年Japanesenouna new year
新年JapanesenounNew Year
新年JapanesenounNew Year's Day
Japanesecharactermorningkanji
Japanesecharacterdawnkanji
Chinesecharactervertebra
Chinesecharacterchinquapin (Castanopsis)
Chinesecharacterhammer; mallet
Chinesecharacterto pound; to beat
Chinesecharactersimple-minded; slow-wittedarchaic
ChinesecharacterUsed in 檮杌/梼杌 (táowù, “taowu”).
ChinesecharacterUsed in 檮昧/梼昧.
Chinesecharacter^† Alternative form of 擣/捣 (dǎo, “to pound with a pestle”) / Alternative form of 擣/捣 (dǎo, “to pound with a pestle”)alt-of alternative obsolete
Chinesecharacterno-gloss
Chinesecharacterno-gloss
毒蛇Japanesenounvenomous snake
毒蛇Japanesenouna game piece in dai dai shogi and taikyoku shogi
毒蛇Japanesenounvenomous snake
Chinesecharacterlarge body of waterobsolete
Chinesecharacterto spread; to extendMin-Nan
Chinesecharacterto infectMin-Nan
Chinesecharacterto soak for a prolonged period of time
Chinesecharacterto suppress one's feelings for a long timedialectal
Chinesecharacterto let to ferment or deteriorate for a prolonged period of timeCantonese
Chinesecharacterto develop, incubate or grow (something that is bad)Cantonese
ChinesecharacterbadMin-Nan
Chinesecharacterinferior; poor; substandardHokkien Singapore
Chinesecharacterfoam; froth
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 鷗/鸥 (ōu)alt-of alternative
Chinesecharactername of river
灼熱Chineseadjburning hot; scorching
灼熱Chineseadjworried; anxious
番仔Chinesenounforeigner; WesternerMin-Bei Quanzhou Taiwanese-Hokkien Xiamen Zhangzhou derogatory possibly
番仔ChinesenounA native in a land where the Chinese are immigrants: / (Taiwanese) aborigineHakka Taiwanese-Hokkien derogatory
番仔ChinesenounA native in a land where the Chinese are immigrants: / Malay personHokkien Malaysia Singapore
番仔ChinesenounA native in a land where the Chinese are immigrants: / Filipino person of native or non-Chinese originHokkien Philippines sometimes vulgar
番仔ChinesenounA native in a land where the Chinese are immigrants: / Indonesian person of native origin; pribumiHokkien Indonesia derogatory ethnic slur vulgar
番仔ChinesenounA native in a land where the Chinese are immigrants: / A native in a land where the Chinese are immigrants
番仔Chinesenoununreasonable personTaiwanese-Hokkien derogatory
番仔Chinesenounthe Malay languageHokkien Malaysia Singapore
番仔Chineseadjforeign; originating from foreign countriesHokkien Min-Bei
發送Chineseverbto send (by radio); to transmit
發送Chineseverbto send (correspondence); to dispatch
發送Chineseverbto handle funeral arrangementscolloquial
短命鬼Chinesenounshort-lived person
短命鬼Chinesenounrascal; devildialectal
Chinesecharacterto enmesh; to wrap around
Chinesecharacterweb; net
Chinesecharacterto slip something over like a cageXiamen Zhangzhou-Hokkien
美術Chinesenounfine arts
美術Chinesenounpainting (skill of using paint to create art)
菁華Chinesenounessence; quintessence; marrow; pith; essential parts
菁華Chinesenounbrilliance; splendor; radiance; gloryliterary
Chinesecharactergoosefoot
Chinesecharacterweed (wild grass)
Chinesecharacterfallow field
Chinesecharacteran ancient Dongyi state conquered by Qihistorical
蛇蠍Chinesenounsnakes and scorpions
蛇蠍Chinesenounvicious person; viperfiguratively
言葉Japanesenouna word, a term
言葉Japanesenounlanguage, speech
豬料Chinesenounpig feedXiamen Zhangzhou-Hokkien
豬料Chinesenounpig bloodHokkien Quanzhou
鎌倉Japanesenamea placename, especially: / Short for 鎌倉市 (Kamakura-shi): a city in the southeast of Kanagawa Prefecture of Japan; the capital city of the Kamakura shogunateabbreviation alt-of
鎌倉Japanesenamea placename, especially: / Short for 鎌倉郡 (Kamakura-gun): A district in central Sagami Province, today part of Kanagawa Prefectureabbreviation alt-of
鎌倉Japanesenamea surname
防己Chinesenounroot of Stephania tetrandramedicine sciencesChinese traditional
防己ChinesenounMenispermaceae
降誕Japanesenounregal birth
降誕JapanesenounnativityChristianity
階層Chinesenounhierarchy
階層Chinesenounsocial stratum; class; level
雞蛋Chinesenounchicken egg (Classifier: 顆/颗 m; 隻/只 c)
雞蛋Chinesenoungoose egg; a score of zeroregional
雞蛋Chinesenoununlaid chicken egg (Classifier: 粒)Teochew
Japanesecharacterflourkanji shinjitai
Japanesecharacternoodleskanji shinjitai
Japanesenounnoodles
JapanesenounShort for メンバー (menbā).abbreviation alt-of
鼻音Japanesenouna nasal soundhuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
鼻音Japanesenouna mora that contains a nasal sound, such as に (ni), み (mi), ん (n) or the historically nasalized vowel う (u)human-sciences linguistics phonology sciences
鼻音JapanesenounSynonym of 撥音 (hatsuon, “moraic nasal”)
ꜥbEgyptianverbto make dirty or impure, to pollutetransitive
ꜥbEgyptiannounhorn
ꜥbEgyptiannounflank (of an army)
ꜥbEgyptiannounhorned crocodile
ꦥꦝJavaneseadjsameinformal
ꦥꦝJavaneseadjequalinformal
ꦥꦝJavaneseadjalikeinformal
ꦥꦝJavaneseadvGiving an aspect of pluralityinformal
ꦥꦝJavaneseadvequallyinformal
Middle Koreannounfishing hook, fishing
Middle Koreannounhook, gaff. compare Korean 갈고리 (galgori)
Middle Koreannountax payment
배당Koreannoundividendbusiness finance
배당Koreannoundistribution; allocation
뻔쩍Koreannounwith quite a blast, with quite a flash, with quite a glitterideophone of a strong light
뻔쩍Koreannounwith a moment of quite great and sudden clarityfiguratively for a person ideophone
뻔쩍Koreannounextremely suddenly; extremely quicklyfiguratively ideophone
뻔쩍Koreannounwhile appearing quite clearly in one's mindideophone
뻔쩍Koreannounwhile lifting up a very large, heavy thing; (of a very large thing) while being liftedideophone
𐌇𐌖𐌈EtruscannumThe meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / four
𐌇𐌖𐌈EtruscannumThe meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / six
𐍅𐌰𐍃𐌾𐌰𐌽Gothicverbto clothe
𐍅𐌰𐍃𐌾𐌰𐌽Gothicverbto wear, be clothed
𐬀𐬉𐬱𐬆𐬨𐬀Avestannounanger, fury, madness, wrath
𐬀𐬉𐬱𐬆𐬨𐬀AvestannounAeshma (the hypostasis of brutality and violence, as opposed to Truth)Zoroastrianism lifestyle religion
𗀨Tangutcharacterto meet
𗀨Tangutcharacterto catch (an illness)
🎭TranslingualsymbolAn emoji representing the performing arts.figuratively
🎭TranslingualsymbolIndicates a theatre.cartography geography natural-sciences
(class in Ochrophyta): Dictypophycidae, Discosporangiophycidae, Fucophycidae, Ishigeophycidae - subclassesPhaeophyceaeTranslingualnameThe brown algae / A taxonomic class within the phylum Heterokontophyta.
(class in Ochrophyta): Dictypophycidae, Discosporangiophycidae, Fucophycidae, Ishigeophycidae - subclassesPhaeophyceaeTranslingualnameThe brown algae / A taxonomic class within the phylum Ochrophyta.
(printing) alignmentregistrationEnglishnounThe act of signing up or registering for something.countable uncountable
(printing) alignmentregistrationEnglishnounThat which registers or makes something official, e.g. the form or paper that registers.countable
(printing) alignmentregistrationEnglishnounAlignment, e.g. of colors or other elements in a printing process.uncountable
(printing) alignmentregistrationEnglishnounThe location where guests register, especially with a hotel.uncountable
(printing) alignmentregistrationEnglishnounThe art of selecting and combining the stops or registers of an organ.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
Adverbial돋다Koreanverbto rise, to come upintransitive of the Sun usually
Adverbial돋다Koreanverbto bud, to sprout, to shootintransitive of plants
Adverbial돋다Koreanverbto come out, to erupt, to come outintransitive of rashes
Adverbial돋다Koreanverbto be stimulatedintransitive of one's appetite
Adverbial돋다Koreanverbto become angryNorth-Korea intransitive
Adverbial돋다KoreanverbAbbreviation of 돋우다 (doduda).abbreviation alt-of transitive
Assyrian Neo-AramaicTranslingualpunctUsed as a quotation mark in some languages. / “ ”punctuation
Assyrian Neo-AramaicTranslingualpunctUsed as a quotation mark in some languages. / „ “punctuation
Bhaiksuki scriptमारSanskritadjkilling, destroying
Bhaiksuki scriptमारSanskritnoundeath, pestilence
Bhaiksuki scriptमारSanskritnounslaying, killing (compare पशु-म्°)
Bhaiksuki scriptमारSanskritnounan obstacle, hindrance
Bhaiksuki scriptमारSanskritnounthe passion of love, god of love
Bhaiksuki scriptमारSanskritnounthe Destroyer, Evil One (who tempts men to indulge their passions and is the great enemy of the बुद्ध and his religion; four मारs are enumerated in Dharmas. 80, viz. स्कन्ध-, क्लेश-, देवपुत्र-, and मृत्यु-म्°; but the later Buddhist theory of races of gods led to the figment of millions of मारs ruled over by a chief मार)Buddhism lifestyle religion
Bhaiksuki scriptमारSanskritnounthe thorn-apple L.
Bhaiksuki scriptमारSanskritnounpestilence (also personified as the goddess of death and identified with दुर्गा)
Bhaiksuki scriptलोमन्Sanskritnounlater form of रोमन् (roman, “body hair”) (RV. etc.)
Bhaiksuki scriptलोमन्Sanskritnountail (L.)
Bhaiksuki scriptलोमन्Sanskritnounname of sāmans, performed with Bharadvajasana (ĀrṣBr.)in the dual
Brazilian ballroom dancesambaEnglishnounA Brazilian ballroom dance or dance style.countable uncountable
Brazilian ballroom dancesambaEnglishnounA Brazilian musical genre, to which the aforementioned dance is danced, which has its roots in West Africa via the slave trade.countable uncountable
Brazilian ballroom dancesambaEnglishverbTo dance the samba.
Carefully thought out or plannedcalculatedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of calculateform-of participle past
Carefully thought out or plannedcalculatedEnglishadjArrived at or determined by mathematical calculation; ascertained mathematically.
Carefully thought out or plannedcalculatedEnglishadjCarefully thought out or planned.
Carefully thought out or plannedcalculatedEnglishadjCalculating; unemotional and analytical.of a person
Common Eastern A-finalszhaaganaashiimoOjibweverbspeak Englishanimate intransitive
Common Eastern A-finalszhaaganaashiimoOjibweverbspeak Canadian-Englishanimate intransitive
Danish'TranslingualpunctAn ASCII substitute for any of multiple characters with a similar shape: / ’ (apostrophe)punctuation
Danish'TranslingualpunctAn ASCII substitute for any of multiple characters with a similar shape: / ‛ (leading apostrophe)punctuation
Danish'TranslingualpunctAn ASCII substitute for any of multiple characters with a similar shape: / A quotation mark, in some languages: see ' '.punctuation
Danish'TranslingualpunctAn ASCII substitute for any of multiple characters with a similar shape: / ˈ (primary stress)IPA punctuation
Danish'TranslingualpunctAn ASCII substitute for any of multiple characters with a similar shape: / ׳ (Hebrew geresh)punctuation
Danish'TranslingualpunctAn ASCII substitute for any of multiple characters with a similar shape: / ꞌ (saltillo)punctuation
Danish'TranslingualcharacterAn ASCII substitute for any of multiple characters with a similar shape. / ׳ (Hebrew geresh)diacritic
Danish'TranslingualcharacterAn ASCII substitute for any of multiple characters with a similar shape. / ʼ (ejective consonant)IPA diacritic
Danish'TranslingualcharacterAn ASCII substitute for any of multiple characters with a similar shape. / Used after a letter as a nonstandard representation of an acute or grave accent, when technical limitations prevent the use of one.diacritic
Danish'TranslingualcharacterAn ASCII substitute for a letter representing a glottal stop, or glottalization: / '' or ʼ' (compare ˀ, ˁ, ʿ, and ʾ)letter
Danish'TranslingualcharacterAn ASCII substitute for a letter representing a glottal stop, or glottalization: / ꞌ (the saltillo, used in some languages of Mexico and Guatemala to represent either a glottal stop or a fricative sound).letter
Danish'TranslingualcharacterAn ASCII substitute for a letter representing a glottal stop, or glottalization: / ʻ (the Hawaiian okina).letter
Danish'TranslingualsymbolReplaces one or more letters which have been removed from a written word, often but not always because they are not being pronounced.
Danish'TranslingualsymbolReplaces one or more letters which have been removed from a written word, often but not always because they are not being pronounced. / Replaces letter(s) when two or more words are contracted into one word.
Danish'TranslingualsymbolSimilarly replaces one or more numbers which have been removed.
Danish'TranslingualsymbolAn ASCII substitute for the foot (length unit symbol).
Danish'TranslingualsymbolAn ASCII substitute for ′ (prime symbol).mathematics sciences
Danish'TranslingualsymbolAn ASCII substitute for the symbol representing the minute, placed after the value of the seconds in a term to indicate minutes count.time
Danish'TranslingualsymbolAlternative form of ¯grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesalt-of alternative
Form I: رَجَمَ (rajama, “to stone; to curse”); Verbal nounر ج مArabicrootrelated to stoningmorpheme
Form I: رَجَمَ (rajama, “to stone; to curse”); Verbal nounر ج مArabicrootrelated to cursingmorpheme
Form I: سَنَدَ (sanada, “to support”); Active participleس ن دArabicrootrelated to supporting, providing support, fortifying, backing up (both physically and figuratively)morpheme
Form I: سَنَدَ (sanada, “to support”); Active participleس ن دArabicrootdescribing a Prophetic Hadith as being "backed-up" by having the chain of narrators all the way to the Prophet mentioned so as to determine the authenticity of the Hadith.Islam lifestyle religionmorpheme
Form I: قَرَصَ (qaraṣa); Active participleق ر صArabicrootrelated to pinching, to pulling with two fingersmorpheme
Form I: قَرَصَ (qaraṣa); Active participleق ر صArabicrootto stinging, to pricking, to painful skin sensationmorpheme
Form I: قَرَصَ (qaraṣa); Active participleق ر صArabicrootto flattening, to working dough with fingers, to make into a diskmorpheme
Form I: كَتَبَ (kataba, “to write”); Verbal nounك ت بArabicrootrelated to putting into rows, creating linesmorpheme
Form I: كَتَبَ (kataba, “to write”); Verbal nounك ت بArabicrootrelated to putting into rows, creating lines / related to writingbroadly morpheme
Form II: زَيَّا (zayyā)ز ي يArabicrootrelated to clothingmorpheme
Form II: زَيَّا (zayyā)ز ي يArabicrootrelated to appearancemorpheme
Form V: تَحَبَّبَ (taḥabbaba, “to show love, to endear oneself to someone”)ح ب بArabicrootforms words relating to love, affection, focus, attention, captivation and personal preferencesmorpheme
Form V: تَحَبَّبَ (taḥabbaba, “to show love, to endear oneself to someone”)ح ب بArabicrootforms words relating to bulges, hunches, evanescent outgrowths of naturemorpheme
Grantha scriptक्ष्वेडSanskritnounpoison
Grantha scriptक्ष्वेडSanskritnounwicked
Grantha scriptगुणज्ञSanskritadjvirtuous
Grantha scriptगुणज्ञSanskritadjone who knows how to appreciate something, knowing or judging their merits.
Grantha scriptमुहूर्तSanskritnouna moment, an instant; a fleeting or a brief period of time
Grantha scriptमुहूर्तSanskritnouna period of time equal to 48 minutes
Grantha scriptஸஂஸ்க்ரிதSanskritadjTamil script form of संस्कृतTamil character form-of
Grantha scriptஸஂஸ்க்ரிதSanskritnounTamil script form of संस्कृतTamil character form-of
Grantha scriptஸஂஸ்க்ரிதSanskritprefixTamil script form of संस्कृतTamil character form-of morpheme
Letter combinationsձArmeniancharacterThe 17th letter of Armenian alphabet, called ձա (ja). Transliterated as j (sometimes as dz). Represents: / The 17th letter of Armenian alphabet, called ձա (ja). Transliterated as j (sometimes as dz).letter
Letter combinationsձArmeniancharacterThe 17th letter of Armenian alphabet, called ձա (ja). Transliterated as j (sometimes as dz). Represents: / Representsletter
Manchu scriptअनार्यSanskritadjnot honorable or respectable, vulgar, inferior
Manchu scriptअनार्यSanskritadjsomeone who is not learnt in Vedas
Manchu scriptअनार्यSanskritadjsomeone who is not learnt in the summary of Vedic scriptures (e.g., Bhagavad Gita)
Manchu scriptअनार्यSanskritadjdestitute of Aryans
Manchu scriptअनार्यSanskritnouna non-Aryan
Manchu scriptक्षैSanskritrootto burn, catch fire, take firemorpheme
Manchu scriptक्षैSanskritrootto singe, burnmorpheme
Manchu scriptपुरीSanskritnounfortress, castle, town (TĀr., MBh. etc.)
Manchu scriptपुरीSanskritnounname of a town (the capital of Kaliṅga, noted for the adoration of जगन्नाथ (jagan-nātha) or Kṛṣṇa) (IW., 244 n. 1)
Manchu scriptपुरीSanskritnounthe sanctuary or adytum of a temple (Inscr.)
Nandinagari scriptබුද‍්ධSanskritadjSinhalese script form of बुद्ध (“awake”)Sinhalese character form-of
Nandinagari scriptබුද‍්ධSanskritnameSinhalese script form of बुद्ध (“Buddha”)Sinhalese character form-of
Next chapterOgberẹtẹYorubanameThe twenty-ninth sign of the Ifa divination system, it is one of the signs of the ọmọ odù; the 240 minor signs
Next chapterOgberẹtẹYorubanameThe twenty-ninth chapter of the Odù Ifá corpus. It is one of the sixteen chapters in the Ogbè category (àpólà) and one of the 240 minor chapters, or àmúlù of the Odù Ifá.
Next chapterOgberẹtẹYorubanameThe spirit associated with this chapter
Nili, AfghanistanNiliEnglishnameThe capital of Nili district, Daykundi, Afghanistan, and also capital of Daykundi
Nili, AfghanistanNiliEnglishnameA district of Daykundi, Afghanistan. Seat: Nili
Personifying a person or object.prosopopoeiaEnglishnounAn act of personifying a person or object when communicating to an audience; a figure of speech involving this.countable rhetoric uncountable
Personifying a person or object.prosopopoeiaEnglishnounPersonification of an abstraction.countable uncountable
Psalter Pahlavi script: 𐮉𐮅𐮀𐮅𐮍𐮎𐮈 (KRAwspy)sárwasProto-Indo-Iranianadjallreconstruction
Psalter Pahlavi script: 𐮉𐮅𐮀𐮅𐮍𐮎𐮈 (KRAwspy)sárwasProto-Indo-Iranianadjentire, wholereconstruction
Sauraseni PrakritवातSanskritnounwind, air
Sauraseni PrakritवातSanskritnounwind-god
Sauraseni PrakritवातSanskritnounwind emitted from the body
Sauraseni PrakritवातSanskritnounwind or air as one of the humours of the body
Sauraseni PrakritवातSanskritnounmorbid affection of the windy humour, flatulence, gout, rheumatism
Sauraseni PrakritवातSanskritadjattacked, assailed, injured, hurt
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounputting together, joining or combining with (+ instrumental)
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnouna joint or a particular position of the neck
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnoununion, a whole, aggregate, set
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnouncompletion, accomplishment, conclusion
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounsetting to rights, adjustment, settlement
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounjustification of a statement, proof
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounbringing into harmony, agreement, assent
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounintense application or fixing the mind on, intentness, attention
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounsamadhi: concentration of the thoughts, profound or abstract meditation, intense contemplation of any particular object (so as to identify the contemplator with the object meditated upon; this is the eighth and last stage of yoga; with Buddhists samadhi is the fourth and last stage of ध्यान (dhyāna) or intense abstract meditation; in the कारण्डव्यूह (kāraṇḍa-vyūha) several samadhi are enumerated)
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounintense absorption or a kind of trance
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnouna sanctuary or tomb of a saint
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounname of various figures of speech (defined as आरोहावरोहक्रम (ārohā-varohakrama), अर्थदृष्टि (artha-dṛṣṭi), अन्यधर्माणाम् (anya-dharmāṇām), अन्यत्राधिरोहण (anyatrā-dhirohaṇa) etc.)
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounname of the 17th कल्प (kalpa), of the 17th अर्हत् (arhat) of the future उत्सर्पिणी (utsarpiṇī)
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounname of a Vaishya
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounsilence
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnouna religious vow of intense devotion or self-imposed abstraction
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounsupport
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounupholding
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnouncontinuance
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounperseverance in difficulties
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounattempting impossibilities
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnouncollecting or laying up grain in times of dearth
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounattentive
Siddham scriptसमाधिSanskritnounmaking a promise or assent or permission
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounThe act of one who chases another; a pursuit.countable uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA hunt; the act of hunting; the pursuit of game.countable uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA children's game where one player chases another.uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA large country estate where game may be shot or hunted.Britain countable uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounAnything being chased, especially a vessel in time of war.countable uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA wild animal that is hunted.countable obsolete uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounAny of the guns that fire directly ahead or astern; either a bow chase or stern chase.nautical transportcountable uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounThe occurrence of a second bounce by the ball in certain areas of the court, giving the server the chance, later in the game, to "play off" the chase from the receiving end and possibly win the point.countable uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA division of the floor of a gallery, marked by a figure or otherwise; the spot where a ball falls, and between which and the dedans the adversary must drive the ball in order to gain a point.countable uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounOne or more riders who are ahead of the peloton and trying to join the race or stage leaders.cycling hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA series of brief improvised jazz solos by a number of musicians taking turns.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo pursue. / To follow at speed.transitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo pursue. / To hunt.transitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo pursue. / To seek to attain.transitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo pursue. / To persistently pursue someone as a sexual or romantic partner.transitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo pursue. / To pursue a vessel in order to destroy, capture or interrogate her.nautical transporttransitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo consume another beverage immediately after drinking hard liquor, typically something better tasting or less harsh such as soda or beer; to use a drink as a chaser.transitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo attempt to win by scoring the required number of runs in the final innings.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo swing at a pitch outside of the strike zone, typically an outside pitch.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo produce enough offense to cause the pitcher to be removed.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA rectangular steel or iron frame into which pages or columns of type are locked for printing or plate-making.media printing publishing
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA groove cut in an object; a slot: the chase for the quarrel on a crossbow.
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA trench or channel or other encasement structure for encasing (archaically spelled enchasing) drainpipes or wiring; a hollow space in the wall of a building encasing ventilation ducts, chimney flues, wires, cables or plumbing.architecture
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounThe part of a gun in front of the trunnions.
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounThe cavity of a mold.
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishnounA kind of joint by which an overlap joint is changed to a flush joint by means of a gradually deepening rabbet, as at the ends of clinker-built boats.business manufacturing shipbuilding
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo groove; indent.transitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo place piping or wiring in a groove encased within a wall or floor, or in a hidden space encased by a wall.transitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo cut (the thread of a screw).transitive
The part of a gun in front of the trunnionschaseEnglishverbTo decorate (metal) by engraving or embossing.transitive
To be cheated or treated unfairlytake it up the assEnglishverbTo be the recipient of anal sex.US idiomatic vulgar
To be cheated or treated unfairlytake it up the assEnglishverbTo be cheated or treated unfairly.US idiomatic vulgar
To be uncontrollablerun riotEnglishverbTo act in an uncontrolled, unbridled manner.idiomatic
To be uncontrollablerun riotEnglishverbTo be uncontrollable.idiomatic
To smile in a frivolous mannersimperEnglishverbTo smile in a foolish, frivolous, self-conscious, coy, obsequious, or smug manner.intransitive
To smile in a frivolous mannersimperEnglishverbTo glimmer; to twinkle.obsolete
To smile in a frivolous mannersimperEnglishnounA foolish, frivolous, self-conscious, or affected smile; a smirk.
TranslationsPristimantis jamescameroniTranslingualnameA small frog with habitat thought to be limited to a table-top mountain in Venezuela. / A taxonomic species within the family Strabomantidae.masculine
TranslationsPristimantis jamescameroniTranslingualnameA small frog with habitat thought to be limited to a table-top mountain in Venezuela. / A taxonomic species within the family Craugastoridae.masculine
Verbal nounfeǧeqTarifitverbto crack, to splitintransitive
Verbal nounfeǧeqTarifitverbto scrape (the earth)intransitive
Walt Disney CompanyDisneyEnglishnameA surname from Old French.
Walt Disney CompanyDisneyEnglishnameThe Walt Disney Company, named after Walt Disney.
Walt Disney CompanyDisneyEnglishnameAny of the theme parks and vacation resorts operated by Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.informal
Walt Disney CompanyDisneyEnglishnameA town in Mayes County, Oklahoma, United States, named after Wesley E. Disney.
When two elements can combine to form more than one compound then the amounts of one which combines with a fixed amount of the other will have a simple multiple relationship.Dalton's lawEnglishnameThe total pressure of a mixture or gases is the sum of the partial pressures of each gas in the mixture; it is only true for ideal gases.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
When two elements can combine to form more than one compound then the amounts of one which combines with a fixed amount of the other will have a simple multiple relationship.Dalton's lawEnglishnameWhen two elements can combine to form more than one compound then the amounts of one which combines with a fixed amount of the other will have a simple multiple relationship.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
Without (further) thought or considerationout of handEnglishadvWithout (further) thought or consideration.
Without (further) thought or considerationout of handEnglishadvImmediately, forthwith, or incontinently.archaic
Without (further) thought or considerationout of handEnglishadjNot under control.
a Greek tragedianEuripidesEnglishnameA Greek tragedian (c. 480–406 B.C.E.); Euripides was the last of the three great tragedians of classical Athens.
a Greek tragedianEuripidesEnglishnameA male given name from Ancient Greek, mostly representing a transliteration of the modern Greek Ευριπίδης (Evripídis).
a case for displaying merchandise or valuable itemsshowcaseEnglishnounA case for displaying merchandise or valuable items.
a case for displaying merchandise or valuable itemsshowcaseEnglishnounA setting, occasion, or medium for exhibiting something or someone, especially in an attractive or favorable aspect.
a case for displaying merchandise or valuable itemsshowcaseEnglishverbTo display, demonstrate, show, or present.
a given nameNeilEnglishnameA male given name from Irish.
a given nameNeilEnglishnameA surname from Irish derived from the given name.
a gunner's bagcartoucheEnglishnounAn ornamental figure, often on an oval shield.architecture
a gunner's bagcartoucheEnglishnounAn oval figure containing the characters of an important personal name, such as that of royal or divine people.
a gunner's bagcartoucheEnglishnounA paper cartridge.
a gunner's bagcartoucheEnglishnounA wooden case filled with balls, to be shot from a cannon.
a gunner's bagcartoucheEnglishnounA gunner's bag for ammunition.
a gunner's bagcartoucheEnglishnounA military pass for a soldier on furlough.
a horizontal structural beam; a girdercrossbeamEnglishnounA horizontal structural beam that runs perpendicular to the primary support beams; a girder.
a horizontal structural beam; a girdercrossbeamEnglishnounA beam laid across the bitts, to which the cable is fastened when riding at anchor.nautical transport
a loyal and trusted follower or subordinatehenchmanEnglishnounA loyal and trusted follower or subordinate.
a loyal and trusted follower or subordinatehenchmanEnglishnounA person who supports a political figure chiefly out of selfish interests.
a loyal and trusted follower or subordinatehenchmanEnglishnounAn assistant member of a criminal gang.
a loyal and trusted follower or subordinatehenchmanEnglishnounA page to a prince or other person of high rank.obsolete
a machine designed to crush rockscrusherEnglishnounSomeone or something that crushes.
a machine designed to crush rockscrusherEnglishnounA machine designed to crush rocks.
a machine designed to crush rockscrusherEnglishnounA policeman.dated slang
a machine designed to crush rockscrusherEnglishnounOne who elicits a crush or intense infatuation in another.
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounA piece of fur or cloth, usually with open ends, used for keeping the hands warm.historical
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounFemale pubic hair; female genitals (vulva, vagina), like muffin. See Thesaurus:vagina.slang vulgar
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounA woman or girl.broadly slang vulgar
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounA blown cylinder of glass which is afterward flattened out to make a sheet.arts crafts glassblowing hobbies lifestyle
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounThe feathers sticking out from both sides of the face under the beak of some birds.
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounA short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipe.
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounA fool, a stupid or poor-spirited person.colloquial
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounAn error, a mistake; a failure to hold a ball when once in the hands.hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounA bird, the whitethroat.
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishverbTo drop or mishandle (the ball, a catch etc.); to play badly.hobbies lifestyle sports
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishverbTo mishandle; to bungle.
a short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipemuffEnglishnounA muffin.slang
a transientdumuduongCebuanonounan immigrant; a person who comes to a country from another country in order to permanently settle there
a transientdumuduongCebuanonouna transient; a person who passes through a place for a short time; a traveller; a migrant worker
a transientdumuduongCebuanonouna stranger; a newcomer
abstract artabstractionismEnglishnounThe creation, principles, or ideals of abstractions, in particular art.countable uncountable
abstract artabstractionismEnglishnounThe presentation of ideas in an abstract manner.countable uncountable
act of abjugationabjugationEnglishnounThe act of abjugating. An unyoking, freeing, or uncoupling.countable uncountable
act of abjugationabjugationEnglishnounAlternative form of abjuration A repudiation, abandonment, or renunciation by or upon oath.alt-of alternative countable uncountable
act of agitatingagitationEnglishnounThe act of agitating, or the state of being agitated; the state of being disrupted with violence, or with irregular action; commotion.countable uncountable
act of agitatingagitationEnglishnounA disturbance of personal tranquillity; disturbance of someone's peace of mind.countable uncountable
act of agitatingagitationEnglishnounExcitement of public feeling by discussion, appeals, etc.countable uncountable
act of agitatingagitationEnglishnounExamination or consideration of a subject in controversy, or of a plan proposed for adoption; earnest discussion; debate.archaic countable uncountable
act of agitatingagitationEnglishnounputting into motion by shaking or stirring, often to achieve mixing.countable uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / The act of winnowing (“subjecting food grain to a current of air to separate the grain from the chaff”).agriculture business lifestyleattributive countable uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / The act of blowing air through a wind instrument or (chiefly) a horn to make a sound.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishadjCausing one to be breathless or out of breath.comparable not-comparable usually
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishadjOf a horn or wind instrument: blown to make a sound.entertainment lifestyle musicnot-comparable usually
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of windform-of gerund participle present
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / The act of twisting something, or coiling or wrapping something around another thing.countable uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / A curving, sinuous, or twisting movement; twists and turns.countable especially in-plural uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / A curving, sinuous, or twisting form.countable especially in-plural uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / Chiefly followed by up: the act of tightening the spring of a clockwork or other mechanism.countable uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / Sometimes followed by up: the act of hoisting something using a winch or a similar device.countable uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / Twists and turns in an occurrence, in thinking, or some other thing; also, moral crookedness; craftiness, shiftiness.countable figuratively in-plural uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / The act or process of turning a boat or ship in a certain direction.nautical transportBritain countable uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnoungerund of wind / A variation in a tune.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable obsolete uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnounSomething wound around another thing. / A length of wire wound around the armature of an electric motor or the core of an electrical transformer.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnounSomething wound around another thing. / Synonym of lapping (“lengths of fine silk, metal wire, or whalebone wrapped tightly around the stick of the bow of a string instrument adjacent to the leather part of the bow grip at the heel”)arts crafts hobbies lifestyle lutheriecountable uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnounSomething wound around another thing. / A decorative object, design, or other thing with curves or twists.countable obsolete uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishnounSomething wound around another thing. / Synonym of withe or withy (“a flexible, slender shoot or twig, especially when used as a band or for binding”); also, all the withies used to make or repair a wall, or the process of using withies in this manner.countable obsolete uncountable
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishadjMoving in a sinuous or twisting manner.
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishadjSinuous, turning, or twisting in form.
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishadjSinuous, turning, or twisting in form. / Chiefly of a staircase: helical, spiral.
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishadjOf speech, writing, etc.: not direct or to the point; rambling, roundabout.figuratively
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishadjFlexible, pliant.obsolete
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishadjMorally crooked; crafty, shifty.figuratively obsolete
act of blowing air through a wind instrument or a horn to make a soundwindingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of windform-of gerund participle present
act of declaring, seeking or bestowing favorblessingEnglishnounSome kind of divine or supernatural aid, or reward.
act of declaring, seeking or bestowing favorblessingEnglishnounA pronouncement invoking divine aid.
act of declaring, seeking or bestowing favorblessingEnglishnounGood fortune.
act of declaring, seeking or bestowing favorblessingEnglishnounA modern pagan ceremony.lifestyle paganism religion
act of declaring, seeking or bestowing favorblessingEnglishnounThe act of declaring or bestowing favor; approval.
act of declaring, seeking or bestowing favorblessingEnglishnounSomething someone is glad of.
act of declaring, seeking or bestowing favorblessingEnglishnounA prayer before a meal; grace.
act of declaring, seeking or bestowing favorblessingEnglishnounA group of unicorns.
act of declaring, seeking or bestowing favorblessingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of blessform-of gerund participle present
act virtuouslydo goodEnglishverbTo act virtuously.
act virtuouslydo goodEnglishverbTo contribute positively; to aid.
act, process or state of possessing a placeoccupationEnglishnounAn activity or task with which one occupies oneself; usually specifically the productive activity, service, trade, or craft for which one is regularly paid; a job.countable uncountable
act, process or state of possessing a placeoccupationEnglishnounThe act, process or state of possessing a place.countable uncountable
act, process or state of possessing a placeoccupationEnglishnounThe control of a country or region by a hostile military and/or paramilitary force.countable uncountable
adventurousventuresomeEnglishadjBold; willing to take risks; adventurous.
adventurousventuresomeEnglishadjPotentially hazardous; risky.
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japaneseadjskillful, dexterous
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounskill, dexterityrare
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounflattery (from being told how skillful one is, even if one isn't)
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenouna person with the seventh dan in the games of shogi or go
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japaneseadjsame as jōzu reading aboveobsolete
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounsame as jōzu reading aboveobsolete
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounalternate for jōzu aboverare
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手JapanesenounShort for 上手物 (jōtemono): an exquisite piece of workmanshipabbreviation alt-of
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japaneseadjsuperior, better
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japaneseadjaggressive, bold, on the offensive
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounan overhand holdgovernment hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports sumo war wrestling
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounthe upper hand in an overhand holdgovernment hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports sumo war wrestling
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounupstream, the upstream portion of a river
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounupwind
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenouna skilled player of games, such as go or shogi
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounupstream, the upstream portion of a river
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounupwind
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounuphill, the upper portion of a hill or other geographic feature
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounthe head of a table, the seat of honor
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounstage left: the left-hand side of a stage when looking from the stage towards the audience
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounthe left-hand side of a drawstring on a fishing net
aggressive, bold, on the offensive上手Japanesenounthe left-hand side of a drawstring on a fishing netrare
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo chop or cut down in a rough manner.transitive
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo cough noisily.intransitive
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo withstand or put up with a difficult situation.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo make a quick code change to patch a computer program, often one that, while being effective, is inelegant or makes the program harder to maintain.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo accomplish a difficult programming task.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo work with something on an intimately technical level.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesslang transitive
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo apply a trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method to something to increase productivity, efficiency or ease.broadly colloquial transitive
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo hack into; to gain unauthorized access to (a computer system, e.g., a website, or network) by manipulating code.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesslang transitive
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo gain unauthorised access to a computer or online account belonging to (a person or organisation).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesbroadly slang transitive
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo cheat by using unauthorized modifications.video-gamesintransitive
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo strike an opponent with one's hockey stick, typically on the leg but occasionally and more seriously on the back, arm, head, etc.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sports
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo make a flailing attempt to hit the puck with a hockey stick.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sports
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo swing at a pitched ball.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo kick (a player) on the shins.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby soccer sports
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo strike in a frantic movement.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo strike lightly as part of tapotement massage.transitive
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA tool for chopping.countable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA hacking blow.countable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA gouge or notch made by such a blow.countable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA dry cough.countable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA hacking; a catch in speaking; a short, broken cough.countable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA try, an attempt.countable figuratively uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounThe foothold traditionally cut into the ice from which the person who throws the rock pushes off for delivery.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA mattock or a miner's pickaxe.countable obsolete uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounAn improvised device or solution to a problem.countable informal uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounAn expedient, temporary solution, such as a small patch or change to code, meant to be replaced with a more elegant solution at a later date; a workaround.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable slang uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA computer programmer who makes quick but inelegant changes to computer code to solve problems or add features.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable dated slang uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA computer programmer, particularly a veteran or someone not immediately expected to be capable of programming.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable dated slang uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounAn interesting technical achievement, particularly in computer programming.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable slang uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method to increase productivity, efficiency, or ease.colloquial countable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounThe illegal accessing of a computer network.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable slang uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA video game or any computer software that has been altered from its original state.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable slang uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounTime check, as for example upon synchronization of wristwatches.government military politics warcountable slang uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounThe act of striking an opponent with one's hockey stick, typically on the leg but occasionally and more seriously on the back, arm, head, etc.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sportscountable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA swing of the bat at a pitched ball by the batter, particularly a choppy, ungraceful one that misses the ball such as at a fastball.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA kick on the shins in football of any type.countable uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounConfinement of an officer to their stateroom as a punishment.government military naval navy politics warslang uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounAn airplane of poor quality or in poor condition.government military politics warcountable slang uncountable
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA board which the falcon's food is placed on; used by extension for the state of partial freedom in which they are kept before being trained.falconry hobbies hunting lifestyle
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA food-rack for cattle.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA rack used to dry something, such as bricks, fish, or cheese.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA grating in a mill race.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo lay (bricks) on a rack to dry.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo keep (young hawks) in a state of partial freedom, before they are trained.falconry hobbies hunting lifestyle
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA horse for hire, especially one which is old and tired.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA person, often a journalist, hired to do routine work.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounSomeone who is available for hire; hireling, mercenary.derogatory
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounThe driver of a taxicab (hackney cab).slang
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA vehicle let for hire; originally, a hackney cab, now typically a taxicab.Canada US colloquial
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA hearse.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounAn untalented writer.authorship broadcasting communications film journalism literature media publishing television writingderogatory
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounOne who is professionally successful despite producing mediocre work. (Usually applied to persons in a creative field.)derogatory
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA talented writer-for-hire, paid to put others' thoughts into felicitous language.derogatory
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA political agitator.government politics
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA person who frequently canvasses for votes, either directly or by appearing to continuously act with the ulterior motive of furthering their political career.UK derogatory
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA writer who hires himself out for any sort of literary work; an overworked man; a drudge.obsolete
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA procuress.obsolete
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo make common or cliched; to vulgarise.dated
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo ride a horse at a regular pace; to ride on a road (as opposed to riding cross-country etc.).equestrianism hobbies horses lifestyle pets sports
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo live the life of a drudge or hack.obsolete
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo use as a hack; to let out for hire.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo use frequently and indiscriminately, so as to render trite and commonplace.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo drive a hackney cab.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishnounA small ball usually made of woven cotton or suede and filled with rice, sand or some other filler, for use in hackeysack.
an illegal means to gain advantagehackEnglishverbTo play hackeysack.
and seeάγγελμαGreeknounannouncement
and seeάγγελμαGreeknounnews
and seeάγγελμαGreeknounsign
and seeβοηθάωGreekverbto help, aid
and seeβοηθάωGreekverbto contribute to/towards
and seeκουραστικόςGreekadjtiring
and seeκουραστικόςGreekadjtrying
and seeκουραστικόςGreekadjheavy going
and seeφωνάζωGreekverbto shout, yell, bawlintransitive
and seeφωνάζωGreekverbto name (only for persons)transitive
and seeφωνάζωGreekverbto call, summontransitive
announce one's intention to fiercely combat or eradicate somethingdeclare warEnglishverbTo make a formal pronouncement, or sign a legal document, that initiates a state of war between one nation and another, usually before hostilities begin.of a governmental authority
announce one's intention to fiercely combat or eradicate somethingdeclare warEnglishverbTo announce one's intention to fiercely combat or eradicate something.
annulrescindoLatinverbto cut off, cut or break down or back, cut or tear open or looseconjugation-3
annulrescindoLatinverbto annul, abolish, abrogate, cancel, revoke, repeal, rescindconjugation-3 figuratively
antechamberseòmar-toisichScottish Gaelicnounantechambermasculine
antechamberseòmar-toisichScottish Gaelicnounfront roommasculine
appearance気配Japanesenounappearance, sign, hint, air, promise, shadow or presence
appearance気配Japanesenounthe state, feeling, or sentiment of a market
appearance気配Japanesenouna sort of “aura” or “chi” radiated from people or things that denotes their nearby presencefantasy
appearance気配Japanesenounthoughtfulness, consideration
appearance気配Japanesenounthe appearance, state, or condition of something
appearance気配Japanesenounmood, feeling, emotion
appearance気配Japanesenounthe state, feeling, or sentiment of a market
appearance気配Japanesenounthoughtfulness, consideration
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounSomething recurring across a genre or type of art or literature; a motif.art arts literature media publishing
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounAn addition (of dialogue, song, music, etc.) to a standard element of the liturgy, serving as an embellishment.
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounA figure of speech in which words or phrases are used with a nonliteral or figurative meaning, such as a metaphor.rhetoric
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounMathematical senses. / A tangent space meeting a quartic surface in a conic.geometry mathematics sciences
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounMathematical senses. / The reciprocal of a node on a surface.geometry mathematics sciencesarchaic
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounMusical senses. / A short cadence at the end of the melody in some early music.entertainment lifestyle music
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounMusical senses. / A pair of complementary hexachords in twelve-tone technique.entertainment lifestyle music
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounMusical senses. / A cantillation pattern, or one of the marks that represents it.entertainment lifestyle musicJudaism
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounPhilosophical senses. / Any of the ten arguments used in skepticism to refute dogmatism.human-sciences philosophy sciencesGreek
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishnounPhilosophical senses. / A particular instance of a property (such as the specific redness of a rose), as contrasted with a universal.human-sciences philosophy sciences
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishverbTo use, or embellish something with, a trope.transitive
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishverbSenses relating chiefly to art or literature. / To represent something figuratively or metaphorically, especially as a literary motif.transitive
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishverbSenses relating chiefly to art or literature. / To turn into, coin, or create a new trope.transitive
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishverbSenses relating chiefly to art or literature. / To analyse a work in terms of its literary tropes.transitive
art, literature: something recurring across a genre or type of art or literaturetropeEnglishverbTo think or write in terms of tropes.intransitive
artificial lightluminaryEnglishnounOne who is an inspiration to others; one who has achieved success in one's chosen field; a leading light.
artificial lightluminaryEnglishnounA body that gives light; especially, one of the heavenly bodies.archaic
artificial lightluminaryEnglishnounAn artificial light; an illumination.archaic
as much as a thimble will holdthimblefulEnglishnounAs much as a thimble will hold.
as much as a thimble will holdthimblefulEnglishnounA small amount of liquid, especially alcoholic spirits.broadly
ascending seriesauxesisEnglishnounA rhetorical device whereby the subject matter is made greater, particularly / Overstatement, hyperbole.countable rhetoric uncountable
ascending seriesauxesisEnglishnounA rhetorical device whereby the subject matter is made greater, particularly / Arrangement of a series in ascending order.countable obsolete rhetoric uncountable
ascending seriesauxesisEnglishnounBiological growth, (now usually restricted to) expansion or growth of an organism apart from that due to cellular division.biology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
ascending seriesauxesisEnglishnounThe condition of being auxeticchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
asking or denoting a questioninterrogativeEnglishadjAsking or denoting a question: as, an interrogative phrase, pronoun, or point.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
asking or denoting a questioninterrogativeEnglishadjPertaining to inquiry; questioning
asking or denoting a questioninterrogativeEnglishnounA word (pronoun, pronominal adjective, or adverb) implying interrogation, or used for asking a question: why, who, when, etc.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
asking or denoting a questioninterrogativeEnglishnounSynonym of question mark ⟨?⟩.media publishing typographyarchaic
asking or denoting a questioninterrogativeEnglishnounA question; an interrogation.rare
astoundingdazzlingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of dazzleform-of gerund participle present
astoundingdazzlingEnglishadjShining intensely.
astoundingdazzlingEnglishadjSplendid; brilliant
astoundingdazzlingEnglishadjSuperlative; astounding
astoundingdazzlingEnglishnounThe action of the verb to dazzle; dazzlement
at onceinstantlyEnglishadvAt once; without delay.not-comparable
at onceinstantlyEnglishadvUrgently; with insistence.archaic not-comparable
at onceinstantlyEnglishadvAt the same time.not-comparable obsolete
at onceinstantlyEnglishconjAs soon as, directly.
badillEnglishadjEvil; wicked (of people).obsolete
badillEnglishadjMorally reprehensible (of behaviour etc.); blameworthy.archaic
badillEnglishadjIndicative of unkind or malevolent intentions; harsh, cruel.
badillEnglishadjUnpropitious, unkind, faulty, not up to reasonable standard.
badillEnglishadjUnwell in terms of health or physical condition; sick.
badillEnglishadjHaving an urge to vomit.
badillEnglishadjSublime, with the connotation of being so in a singularly creative way.dancing hip-hop hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
badillEnglishadjExtremely bad (bad enough to make one ill). Generally used indirectly with to be.slang
badillEnglishadjUnwise; not a good idea.dated
badillEnglishadjBad-tempered.Appalachia
badillEnglishadvNot well; imperfectly, badly
badillEnglishnounTrouble; distress; misfortune; adversity.countable uncountable
badillEnglishnounHarm or injury.countable uncountable
badillEnglishnounEvil; moral wrongfulness.countable uncountable
badillEnglishnounA physical ailment; an illness.countable uncountable
badillEnglishnounPCP, phencyclidine.US slang uncountable
badillEnglishverbTo behave aggressively.intransitive slang
barring unforeseen circumstancesGod willingEnglishintjUsed to indicate acceptance of God's will when expressing an intention or hope.
barring unforeseen circumstancesGod willingEnglishintjBarring unforeseen circumstances, it is hoped that.
bay in Hong KongAldrich BayEnglishnameA neighbourhood of Shau Kei Wan, Eastern district, Hong Kong.
bay in Hong KongAldrich BayEnglishnameA bay of Hong Kong Island in Shau Kei Wan, Eastern district, Hong Kong, now reclaimed.
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounA semiaquatic rodent of the genus Castor, having a wide, flat tail and webbed feet.countable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounThe fur of the beaver.countable uncountable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounA hat, of various shapes, made from a felted beaver fur (or later of silk), fashionable in Europe between 1550 and 1850.countable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounBeaver pelts as an article of exchange or as a standard of value.Canada US countable uncountable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounBeaver cloth, a heavy felted woollen cloth, used chiefly for making overcoats.countable uncountable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounA brown colour, like that of a beaver.countable uncountable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounA move in response to being doubled, in which one immediately doubles the stakes again, keeping the doubling cube on one’s own side of the board.backgammon gamescountable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Beaver (“member of the youngest wing of the Scout movement”).alt-of countable uncountable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishverbTo work hard.
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishverbTo cut a continuous ring around a tree that one is felling.slang
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishverbAfter being doubled, to immediately double the stakes again, a move that keeps the doubling cube on one’s own side of the board.backgammon games
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounAlternative spelling of bevor (“part of a helmet”).alt-of alternative
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounButter.UK obsolete
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishverbTo form a felt-like texture, similar to the way beaver fur is used for felt-making.
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounReferring to a beard. / A beard or a bearded person.countable slang
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounReferring to a beard. / A game, in which points are scored by spotting beards.historical slang uncountable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounReferring to the genital area or a woman. / The pubic hair near a vulva or a vulva itself; (attributively) denoting films or literature featuring nude women.Canada US countable slang uncountable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishnounReferring to the genital area or a woman. / A woman, especially one who is sexually attractive.US countable offensive slang uncountable
beard-spotting gamebeaverEnglishverbTo spot a beard in a game of beaver.slang
beginningexordiumEnglishnounA beginning.formal
beginningexordiumEnglishnounThe introduction to an essay or discourse.
between the ventricles of the heartinterventricularEnglishadjLocated between the ventricles of the heart.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
between the ventricles of the heartinterventricularEnglishadjRelated to comparison of the two ventricles.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
bird of family Phasianidae, often hunted for foodpheasantEnglishnounA bird of family Phasianidae, often hunted for food.countable
bird of family Phasianidae, often hunted for foodpheasantEnglishnounThe meat of this bird, eaten as food.uncountable
blondрудKomi-Zyrianadjgrey
blondрудKomi-Zyrianadjfair, blond
blueslight blueEnglishnounA pale blue colour: sky blue or similar.countable uncountable
blueslight blueEnglishnounA member of the Cambridge rowing team.hobbies lifestyle rowing sportsUK countable uncountable
both senseshidrosisEnglishnounThe formation and excretion of sweat; sweating; perspiration; and (sometimes, more particularly): / The formation and excretion of sweat; sweating; perspiration; and (sometimes, more particularly)medicine physiology sciencescountable uncountable
both senseshidrosisEnglishnounThe formation and excretion of sweat; sweating; perspiration; and (sometimes, more particularly): / Excessive sweating; excessive perspiration (more than would be expected in response to a given stimulus; especially when profuse as a symptom of disease or a side effect of a drug).medicine physiology sciencescountable uncountable
bottled sauce made of vinegar, fruit and spicesbrown sauceEnglishnounA sauce made by the addition of stock to a heated and browned mixture of butter and flour.countable uncountable
bottled sauce made of vinegar, fruit and spicesbrown sauceEnglishnounAny of many brands of bottled sauce based on malt vinegar, fruit and spices.Britain Ireland countable uncountable
bottled sauce made of vinegar, fruit and spicesbrown sauceEnglishnounGravy.countable uncountable
camp where large numbers of persons are detainedconcentration campEnglishnounA camp where troops are assembled, prior to combat or transport.
camp where large numbers of persons are detainedconcentration campEnglishnounA camp where large numbers of people, especially political prisoners, prisoners of war, refugees etc., are detained for the purpose of confining them in one place, typically with inadequate or inhumane facilities.
camp where large numbers of persons are detainedconcentration campEnglishnounA situation wherein crowding and extremely harsh conditions take place.figuratively
carried out without legal authorityextrajudicialEnglishadjOut of or beyond the power or authority of a court or judge; beyond jurisdiction.lawnot-comparable
carried out without legal authorityextrajudicialEnglishadjCarried out without legal authority.lawnot-comparable of a punishment
cause (another) to make mistakesmess upEnglishverbTo make a mess of; to untidy, disorder, soil, or muss.transitive
cause (another) to make mistakesmess upEnglishverbTo cause a problem with; to introduce an error or mistake in; to make muddled or confused; spoil; ruin.transitive
cause (another) to make mistakesmess upEnglishverbTo botch, bungle; to perform poorly on.transitive
cause (another) to make mistakesmess upEnglishverbTo make a mistake; to do something incorrectly; to perform poorly.intransitive
cause (another) to make mistakesmess upEnglishverbTo cause (another person) to make unwanted mistakes in a given task, usually through distraction or obnoxious behavior.transitive
cause (another) to make mistakesmess upEnglishverbTo damage; injure.transitive
cause (another) to make mistakesmess upEnglishverbTo manhandle; beat up; rough up.slang transitive
cause (another) to make mistakesmess upEnglishverbTo discombobulate, utterly confuse, or confound psychologically; to throw into a state of mental disarray.slang transitive
chiefly Old TestamentAnaniasEnglishnameIn the New Testament, any of certain members of the early Christian church.
chiefly Old TestamentAnaniasEnglishname(with reference to Acts 5.3) A liar.
chiefly Old TestamentAnaniasEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.
city in GaliciaA CoruñaEnglishnameA historic city on the coast of Galicia, Spain.
city in GaliciaA CoruñaEnglishnameA province of Galicia, Spain.
closely plantedthicksetEnglishadjHaving a relatively short, heavy build.
closely plantedthicksetEnglishadjDensely crowded together; made up of things that are densely crowded together; closely planted.
closely plantedthicksetEnglishadjDensely covered (with something).
closely plantedthicksetEnglishnounA thick hedge.countable obsolete
closely plantedthicksetEnglishnounA stout, twilled cotton cloth; a fustian corduroy, or velveteen.historical uncountable
closely plantedthicksetEnglishnounA piece of clothing made from this fabric.countable historical
comedyharlequinadeEnglishnounA pantomime-like comedy featuring the harlequin or clown.
comedyharlequinadeEnglishnounAny comical or fantastical procedure or playfulness.
command, orderفرمانPersiannouncommand, order
command, orderفرمانPersiannoundecree, edict
command, orderفرمانPersiannounsteering wheel
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishpronThat which belongs to me. / Used predicatively.
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishpronThat which belongs to me. / Used substantively, with an implied noun.
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishpronThat which belongs to me. / Used absolutely, set off from the sentence.
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishpronThat which belongs to me. / Used otherwise not directly before the possessed noun.
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishdetMy; belonging to me. / Used attributively after the noun it modifies.archaic
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishdetMy; belonging to me. / Used attributively before a vowel.archaic
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishnounAn excavation from which ore or solid minerals are taken, especially one consisting of underground tunnels.Australia
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishnounAny source of wealth or resources.Australia figuratively
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishnounA passage dug toward or underneath enemy lines, which is then packed with explosives.government military politics warAustralia
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishnounA device intended to explode when stepped upon or touched, or when approached by a ship, vehicle, or person.government military politics warAustralia
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishnounA type of firework that explodes on the ground, shooting sparks upward.Australia
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishnounThe cavity made by a caterpillar while feeding inside a leaf.biology entomology natural-sciencesAustralia
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishnounA machine or network of machines used to extract units of a cryptocurrency.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesAustralia
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishverbTo remove (rock or ore) from the ground.intransitive transitive
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishverbTo dig into, for ore or metal.
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishverbTo sow mines (the explosive devices) in (an area).transitive
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishverbTo damage (a vehicle or ship) with a mine (an explosive device).transitive
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishverbTo dig a tunnel or hole; to burrow in the earth.intransitive
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishverbTo dig away, or otherwise remove, the substratum or foundation of; to lay a mine under; to sap; to undermine.
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishverbTo ruin or destroy by slow degrees or secret means.broadly figuratively
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishverbTo pick one's nose.slang
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishverbTo earn new units of cryptocurrency by doing certain calculations.business cryptocurrencies cryptocurrency finance
computing: to earn new units of cryptocurrencymineEnglishnounAlternative form of mienalt-of alternative
concealment of true motivationrationalizationEnglishnounThe process or result of rationalizing.countable uncountable
concealment of true motivationrationalizationEnglishnounA statement of one's motives, or of the causes of some event.countable uncountable
concealment of true motivationrationalizationEnglishnounA reorganization of a company or organization in order to improve its efficiency.countable uncountable
concealment of true motivationrationalizationEnglishnounThe concealment of true motivation in some non-threatening way.human-sciences medicine psychiatry psychology sciencescountable uncountable
concealment of true motivationrationalizationEnglishnounThe simplification of an expression without changing its value.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
concluding remarkslast wordEnglishnounThe finest, highest, or ultimate representative of some class of objects.idiomatic
concluding remarkslast wordEnglishnounConcluding remark; final advice, instructions, or observation.idiomatic
concluding remarkslast wordEnglishnounThe final statement uttered by a person before death.
concluding remarkslast wordEnglishnounA final decision or remark, or the right to make one.idiomatic
cookchefEnglishnounThe presiding cook in the kitchen of a large household.
cookchefEnglishnounThe head cook of a restaurant or other establishment.
cookchefEnglishnounAny cook.
cookchefEnglishnounOne who manufactures illegal drugs; a cook.slang
cookchefEnglishnounA reliquary in the shape of a head.historical
cookchefEnglishverbTo work as a chef; to prepare and cook food professionally.informal stative
cookchefEnglishverbTo stab with a knife, to shank.Multicultural-London-English transitive
cost to gain possessionprisSwedishnouna price (monetary or other cost)neuter
cost to gain possessionprisSwedishnouna prize (award given in a competition, contest, lottery, etc.)neuter
cost to gain possessionprisSwedishnounpraiseneuter uncountable
cost to gain possessionprisSwedishnouna pinch of snuff or snuscommon-gender
couragebottleEnglishnounA container, typically made of glass or plastic and having a tapered neck, used primarily for holding liquids.
couragebottleEnglishnounThe contents of such a container.
couragebottleEnglishnounA container with a rubber nipple used for giving liquids to infants, a baby bottle.
couragebottleEnglishnoun(originally "bottle and glass" as rhyming slang for "arse") Nerve, courage.Britain informal
couragebottleEnglishnounA container of hair dye, hence with one’s hair color produced by dyeing.attributive of a person with a particular hair color
couragebottleEnglishnounIntoxicating liquor; alcohol.figuratively
couragebottleEnglishverbTo seal (a liquid) into a bottle for later consumption. Also fig.transitive
couragebottleEnglishverbTo feed (an infant) baby formula.Britain transitive
couragebottleEnglishverbTo refrain from doing (something) at the last moment because of a sudden loss of courage.Britain slang
couragebottleEnglishverbTo throw away a leading position.hobbies lifestyle sportsBritain slang
couragebottleEnglishverbTo strike (someone) with a bottle.Britain slang
couragebottleEnglishverbTo pelt (a musical act on stage, etc.) with bottles as a sign of disapproval.Britain slang
couragebottleEnglishverbOf pages printed several on a sheet: to rotate slightly when the sheet is folded two or more times.media printing publishingintransitive
couragebottleEnglishnounA dwelling; habitation.UK dialectal obsolete
couragebottleEnglishnounA building; house.UK dialectal
couragebottleEnglishnounA bundle, especially of hay; something tied in a bundle.obsolete
cradlecunjiAromaniannouncradlefeminine
cradlecunjiAromaniannounswingfeminine
credit for one's achievementskudosEnglishnounPraise; accolades.uncountable
credit for one's achievementskudosEnglishnounCredit for one's achievements.uncountable
credit for one's achievementskudosEnglishverbTo give praise or accolades.informal
credit for one's achievementskudosEnglishnounplural of kudoform-of nonstandard plural proscribed
credit for one's achievementskudosEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of kudoform-of indicative present singular third-person
crowdπλείωνAncient Greekadjmore, comparative degree of πολύς (polús)
crowdπλείωνAncient Greekadjmore, comparative degree of πολύς (polús) / the greater number, the mass or crowdin-plural with the definite article
crowdπλείωνAncient Greekadjmoreas a noun in neuter
crowdπλείωνAncient Greekadjmore, rather / moreas an adverb in neuter with numerals
crowdπλείωνAncient Greekadjmore, rather / πλεῖν ἢ μαίνομαι (pleîn ḕ maínomai, “more than to madness”)comedy entertainment lifestyleas an adverb in neuter
crowdπλείωνAncient Greekadjmore, rather / as an adverb with another comparativeas an adverb in neuter
crowdπλείωνAncient Greekadjmore, rather / the plural πλείω is also used like πλέονas an adverb in neuter
crowdπλείωνAncient Greekadjmore, ratheras an adverb in neuter
currency of AzerbaijanmanatEnglishnounThe basic unit of currency for Azerbaijan; symbol ₼; subdivided into 100 qapik.
currency of AzerbaijanmanatEnglishnounThe basic unit of currency for Turkmenistan; subdivided into 100 tennesi.
data visualisationjitterEnglishnounA nervous action; a tic.countable uncountable
data visualisationjitterEnglishnounA state of nervousness.countable in-plural often uncountable with-definite-article
data visualisationjitterEnglishnounAn abrupt and unwanted variation of one or more signal characteristics.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunicationscountable uncountable
data visualisationjitterEnglishnounA random positioning of data points to avoid visual overlap.countable uncountable
data visualisationjitterEnglishverbTo be nervous.intransitive
data visualisationjitterEnglishverbTo position data points randomly to avoid visual overlap.
data visualisationjitterEnglishnounA program or routine that performs jitting; a just-in-time compiler.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
dated termneatkarībaLatviannounindependence (the state of one who is not subject to the control, power or authority of someone else)declension-4 feminine
dated termneatkarībaLatviannounindependence (status of a country or people that is free from the control or political power; the acquisition of such status)declension-4 feminine
dated termneatkarībaLatviannounindependence (the state of that which is independent, not linked to or controled by anything else)declension-4 feminine
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo delete or cross out; to scratch or eliminate.sometimes transitive with out or through
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or sudden effect. / To hit.physical transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or sudden effect. / To give, as a blow; to impel, as with a blow; to give a force to; to dash; to cast.physical transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or sudden effect. / To deliver a quick blow or thrust; to give blows.intransitive physical
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or sudden effect. / To manufacture, as by stamping.physical transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or sudden effect. / To run upon a rock or bank; to be stranded; to run aground.dated intransitive physical
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or sudden effect. / To cause to sound by one or more beats; to indicate or notify by audible strokes. Of a clock, to announce (an hour of the day), usually by one or more sounds.physical transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or sudden effect. / To sound by percussion, with blows, or as if with blows.intransitive physical
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or sudden effect. / To cause or produce by a stroke, or suddenly, as by a stroke.physical transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or sudden effect. / To cause to ignite by friction.physical transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo thrust in; to cause to enter or penetrate.transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To punish; to afflict; to smite.personal transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To carry out a violent or illegal action.intransitive personal
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To act suddenly, especially in a violent or criminal way.intransitive personal
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To impinge upon.figuratively personal transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To quit (one's job).dated personal transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To impress, seem or appear to (a person).personal transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To create an impression.personal transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To score a goal.hobbies lifestyle sportspersonal
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To make a sudden impression upon, as if by a blow; to affect with some strong emotion.personal
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To affect by a sudden impression or impulse.personal
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To steal or rob; to take forcibly or fraudulently.UK intransitive obsolete personal slang
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo have a sharp or severe effect. / To borrow money from; to make a demand upon.archaic personal slang
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo touch; to act by appulse.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo take down, especially in the following contexts. / To haul down or lower (a flag, mast, etc.)nautical transporttransitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo take down, especially in the following contexts. / To capitulate; to signal a surrender by hauling down the colours.broadly transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo take down, especially in the following contexts. / To stop working as a protest to achieve better working conditions.broadly intransitive transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo take down, especially in the following contexts. / To dismantle and take away (a theater set; a tent; etc.).transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo take down, especially in the following contexts. / To unfasten, to loosen (chains, bonds, etc.).transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo set off on a walk or trip.intransitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo pass with a quick or strong effect; to dart; to penetrate.intransitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo break forth; to commence suddenly; with into.dated
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo become attached to something; said of the spat of oysters.intransitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo make and ratify; to reach; to find.transitive
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo discover a source of something, often a buried raw material such as ore (especially gold) or crude oil.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo level (a measure of grain, salt, etc.) with a straight instrument, scraping off what is above the level of the top.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo cut off (a mortar joint, etc.) even with the face of the wall, or inward at a slight angle.business construction manufacturing masonry
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo hit upon, or light upon, suddenly.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo lade thickened sugar cane juice from a teache into a cooler.business manufacturing sugar-makingobsolete
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo stroke or pass lightly; to wave.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo advance; to cause to go forward; used only in the past participle.obsolete
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishverbTo balance (a ledger or account).
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounA status resulting from a batter swinging and missing a pitch, or not swinging at a pitch when the ball goes in the strike zone, or hitting a foul ball that is not caught.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounThe act of knocking down all ten pins in on the first roll of a frame.bowling hobbies lifestyle sports
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounA work stoppage (or otherwise concerted stoppage of an activity) as a form of protest.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounA blow or application of physical force against something.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounIn an option contract, the price at which the holder buys or sells if they choose to exercise the option.business finance
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounAn old English measure of corn equal to the bushel.historical
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounThe status of being the batsman that the bowler is bowling at.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounThe primary face of a hammer, opposite the peen.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounThe compass direction of the line of intersection between a rock layer and the surface of the Earth.geography geology natural-sciences
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounAn instrument with a straight edge for levelling a measure of grain, salt, etc., scraping off what is above the level of the top; a strickle.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounFullness of measure; the whole amount produced at one time.obsolete
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounExcellence; quality.broadly obsolete
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounAn iron pale or standard in a gate or fence.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounA puddler's stirrer.arts crafts hobbies ironworking lifestyle
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounThe extortion of money, or the attempt to extort money, by threat of injury; blackmail.obsolete
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounThe discovery of a source of something.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounThe strike plate of a door.
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounA nibble on the bait by a fish.fishing hobbies lifestyle
dated: to run upon a rock or bankstrikeEnglishnounA cancellation postmark.hobbies lifestyle philately
day of special significancered letter dayEnglishnounA day marked in red on calendars; a church feast day.
day of special significancered letter dayEnglishnounA particularly significant day; a day of personal or sectarian celebration.idiomatic
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA small quantity of liquid, just large enough to hold its own round shape through surface tension, especially one that falls from a source of liquid. / A dose of liquid medicine in the form of a drop (sense 1).medicine pharmacology sciencesalso figuratively
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA small quantity of liquid, just large enough to hold its own round shape through surface tension, especially one that falls from a source of liquid. / A liquid medicine that is intended to be administered in drops (sense 1).medicine pharmacology sciencesalso figuratively in-plural
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA small quantity of liquid, just large enough to hold its own round shape through surface tension, especially one that falls from a source of liquid.also figuratively
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA very small quantity of liquid, or (by extension) of anything. / A small amount of an alcoholic beverage.Australia Britain figuratively
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA very small quantity of liquid, or (by extension) of anything. / Usually preceded by the: alcoholic spirits in general.Britain figuratively
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA very small quantity of liquid, or (by extension) of anything. / A single measure of whisky.Ireland figuratively informal
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA very small quantity of liquid, or (by extension) of anything.figuratively
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounThat which hangs or resembles a liquid globule, such as a hanging diamond earring or ornament, a glass pendant on a chandelier, etc. / Often preceded by a defining word: a small, round piece of hard candy, such as a lemon drop; a lozenge.
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounThat which hangs or resembles a liquid globule, such as a hanging diamond earring or ornament, a glass pendant on a chandelier, etc. / An ornament resembling a pendant; a gutta.architecture
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA thing which drops or hangs down. / The cover mounted on a swivel over a keyhole that rests over the keyhole when not in use to keep out debris, but is swiveled out of the way before inserting the key.
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA thing which drops or hangs down. / A fruit which has fallen off a tree, etc., or has been knocked off accidentally, rather than picked.agriculture business lifestyle
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA thing which drops or hangs down. / A dropped pass.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA thing which drops or hangs down. / A trapdoor (“hinged platform”) on a gallows; a gallows itself.government law-enforcement
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA thing which drops or hangs down. / An item made available for the player to pick up from the remains of a defeated enemy.games gaming video-gamesInternet
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA thing which drops or hangs down. / A mechanism for lowering something, such as a machine for lowering heavy weights on to a ship's deck, or a device for temporarily lowering a gas jet, etc.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technology
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA thing which drops or hangs down. / Short for drop hammer and drop press.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technologyabbreviation alt-of
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA thing which drops or hangs down. / A curtain which falls in front of a theatrical stage; also, a section of (cloth) scenery lowered on to the stage like a curtain.entertainment lifestyle theater
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / An act of moving downwards under the force of gravity; a descent, a fall.
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / An instance of making a delivery of people, supplies, or things, especially by parachute out of an aircraft (an airdrop), but also by truck, etc.
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / A release (of music, a video game, etc).
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / The amount of money that a gambler exchanges for chips in a casino.gambling games
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / Preceded by the: execution by hanging.government law-enforcementinformal
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / Usually preceded by the: relegation from one division to a lower one.hobbies lifestyle sports
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / Short for drop-back.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportsabbreviation alt-of
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / Short for drop target.hobbies lifestyle sportsabbreviation alt-of
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / Short for drop kick.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sportsabbreviation alt-of
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / Short for drop shot.golf hobbies lifestyle sportsabbreviation alt-of
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounAn act or instance of dropping (in all senses). / An unsolicited credit card issue.banking businessUS dated
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA decline in degree, quality, quantity, or rate.
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA decline in degree, quality, quantity, or rate. / Of men's clothes: the difference between the chest circumference and waist circumference.business manufacturing sewing textiles
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA decline in degree, quality, quantity, or rate. / Of women's clothes: the difference between the bust circumference and hip circumference.business manufacturing sewing textiles
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounThe distance through which something drops, or falls below a certain level. / The distance below a cliff or other high position through which someone or something could fall; hence, a steep slope.
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounThe distance through which something drops, or falls below a certain level. / The vertical length of a hanging curtain.
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounThe distance through which something drops, or falls below a certain level. / The distance of the axis of a shaft below the base of a hanger.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounThe distance through which something drops, or falls below a certain level. / The distance that a person drops when being executed by hanging.government law-enforcement
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounThe distance through which something drops, or falls below a certain level. / The depth of a (square) sail (generally applied to the courses only); the vertical dimension of a sail.nautical transport
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA place where items or supplies may be left for others to collect, whether openly (as with a mail drop), or secretly or illegally (as in crime or espionage); a drop-off point.
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounOnly used in get the drop on, have the drop on An advantage.informal
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishnounA point in a song, usually electronic music such as dubstep, house, trace, or trap, where there is a very noticeable and pleasing change in bass, tempo, and/or overall tone; a climax, a highlight.entertainment lifestyle music
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbOf a liquid: to fall in drops or droplets.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo fall (straight down) under the influence of gravity, like a drop of liquid.also figuratively intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo fall or sink quickly or suddenly to the ground.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo collapse in exhaustion or injury; also, to fall dead, or to fall in death.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo fall into a particular condition or state.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo come to an end (by not being kept up); to lapse, to stop.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo decrease, diminish, or lessen in condition, degree, value, etc. / Of a song or sound: to lower in key, pitch, tempo, or other quality.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo decrease, diminish, or lessen in condition, degree, value, etc. / Of a voice: to lower in timbre, often due to puberty.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo decrease, diminish, or lessen in condition, degree, value, etc.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo fall behind or to the rear of a group of people, etc., as a result of not keeping up with those at the front.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbUsually followed by by, in, or into: of a person: to visit someone or somewhere informally or without a prior appointment.intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbOf a programme, software, a music album or song, etc.: to enter public distribution.broadcasting computing engineering entertainment lifestyle mathematics media music natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences televisioncolloquial intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo drop out of the betting.gambling gamesintransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbOf the testicles: to hang further away from the body and begin producing sperm due to puberty.medicine physiology sciencesinformal intransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo let drops fall; to discharge itself in drops.intransitive obsolete
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo drip (a liquid) in drops or small amounts.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo let (something) fall; to allow (something) to fall (either by releasing hold of, or losing one's grip on).also ergative figuratively transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo move to a lower position; to allow to hang downwards; to lower. / To quickly lower or take down (one's trousers), especially in public.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo move to a lower position; to allow to hang downwards; to lower. / To cook (food, especially fast food), particularly by lowering into hot oil to deep-fry, or by grilling.cooking food lifestyletransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo move to a lower position; to allow to hang downwards; to lower.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo reduce; to make smaller.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbOf an animal (usually a sheep): to give birth to (young); of a bird: to lay (an egg).transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo mention (something) casually or incidentally, usually in conversation.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo let (a letter, etc.) fall into a postbox; hence, to send (a letter, email, or other message) in an offhand manner.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo make (someone or something) fall to the ground from a blow, gunshot, etc.; to bring down, to shoot down.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo set down (someone or something) from a vehicle; to stop and deliver or deposit (someone or something); to drop off.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo lower (a sound, a voice, etc.) in pitch or volume.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo lower (a sound, a voice, etc.) in pitch or volume. / To tune (a guitar string, etc.) to a lower note.entertainment lifestyle musictransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo cease concerning oneself over (someone or something); to have nothing more to do with (a discussion, subject, etc.).transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo dispose or get rid of (something); to lose, to remove.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo cease to include (something), as if on a list; to dismiss, to eject, to expel.transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo cancel or cease to participate in (a scheduled course, event, or project).transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo lose, spend, or otherwise part with (money).slang transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo pass or use (counterfeit cheques, money, etc.).slang transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo impart (something).slang transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbEspecially in drop acid: to swallow (a drug, particularly LSD).slang transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo release (a programme, software, a music album or song, etc.) to the public.broadcasting computing engineering entertainment lifestyle mathematics media music natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences televisioncolloquial transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo fail to write, or (especially) to pronounce (a syllable, letter, etc.).human-sciences linguistics sciencestransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo play (a portion of music) in the manner of a disc jockey.entertainment lifestyle musictransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo perform (rap music).entertainment lifestyle musictransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo (unexpectedly) lose (a competition, game, etc.).hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbOf a fielder: to fail to dismiss (a batsman) by accidentally dropping a batted ball that had initially been caught.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo score (a goal) by means of a drop kick.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle rugby sportstransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo cover (something) with or as if with drops, especially of a different colour; to bedrop, to variegate.archaic transitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo enter a more basic interface.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
decline in degree, quality, quantity, or ratedropEnglishverbTo present (the user) with a more basic interface.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
defined clearlycut and driedEnglishadjSimple, straightforward, clear, or certain.not-comparable
defined clearlycut and driedEnglishadjDecided, not open to change.not-comparable
defined clearlycut and driedEnglishadjLacking freshness or spontaneity.not-comparable obsolete
detailմանրամասArmeniannounpart, componentengineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technology
detailմանրամասArmeniannoundetail
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounSomeone who starts, or who starts something. / The person who starts a race by firing a gun or waving a flag.
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounSomeone who starts, or who starts something. / A starting pitcher.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounSomeone who starts, or who starts something. / A person employed to take new players to the first tee at suitable intervals, and to provide them with caddies and equipment.golf hobbies lifestyle sports
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounSomeone who starts, or who starts something.
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounSomething that starts something. / An electric motor that starts an internal combustion engine.
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounSomething that starts something. / A device that initiates the flow of high voltage electricity in a fluorescent lamp.
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounSomething that starts something. / A yeast culture used to start a fermentation process.
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounSomething with which to begin; a first property, etc.
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounThe first course of a meal, consisting of a small, usually savoury, dish.
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounA player in the lineup of players that a team fields at the beginning of a game.
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounA dog that rouses game.
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounA short length of rope formerly used for casual chastisement in the Navy.Britain historical
device that initiates a fluorescent lampstarterEnglishnounA railway signal controlling the starting of trains from a station or some other location, more fully called a starter signal or starting signal.rail-transport railways transport
digging forkspudEnglishnounA potato.informal
digging forkspudEnglishnounA hole in a sock.informal
digging forkspudEnglishnounA type of short nut (fastener) threaded on both ends.business construction manufacturing plumbing
digging forkspudEnglishnounAnything short and thick.obsolete
digging forkspudEnglishnounA piece of dough boiled in fat.US dialectal obsolete
digging forkspudEnglishnounA testicle.plural-normally slang
digging forkspudEnglishnounA dagger.obsolete
digging forkspudEnglishnounA digging fork with three broad prongs.
digging forkspudEnglishnounA tool, similar to a spade, used for digging out weeds etc.
digging forkspudEnglishnounA barking spud; a long-handled tool for removing bark from logs.
digging forkspudEnglishnounA short central rod in a lighting fixture, for attachment to the light.broadcasting film media television
digging forkspudEnglishverbTo dig up weeds with a spud.
digging forkspudEnglishverbTo begin drilling an oil well; to drill by moving the drill bit and shaft up and down, or by raising and dropping a bit.
digging forkspudEnglishverbTo remove the roofing aggregate and most of the bituminous top coating by scraping and chipping.business construction manufacturing roofing
digging forkspudEnglishverbTo set up a recreational vehicle (RV) at a campsite, typically by leveling the RV and connecting it to electric, water, and/or sewer hookups.
digging forkspudEnglishnameA game for three or more players, involving the gradual elimination of players by throwing and catching a ball.
dip stickdipEnglishnounA lower section of a road or geological feature.countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounInclination downward; direction below a horizontal line; slope; pitch.countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounThe action of dipping or plunging for a moment into a liquid.countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA tank or trough where cattle or sheep are immersed in chemicals to kill parasites.countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA dip stick.countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA swim, usually a short swim to refresh.countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA pickpocket.colloquial countable dated uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA sauce for dipping.countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounThe angle from horizontal of a planar geologic surface, such as a fault line.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA dipped candle.archaic countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA move in many different styles of partner dances, often performed at the end of a dance, in which the follower leans far to the side and is supported by the leader.dance dancing hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA gymnastic or bodybuilding exercise on parallel bars in which the performer, resting on his hands, lets his arms bend and his body sink until his chin is level with the bars, and then raises himself by straightening his arms.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounThe viscid exudation that is dipped out from incisions in the trees. Virgin dip is the runnings of the first year, yellow dip the runnings of subsequent years.countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA sudden drop followed by a climb, usually to avoid obstacles or as the result of getting into an airhole.aeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounFinely ground tobacco, consumed by placing a small amount between the lip and gum.uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounThe act of missing out on seeing a sought after bird.biology birdwatching natural-sciences ornithologycolloquial countable uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounFried bread.UK dialectal uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishnounA financial asset in decline, seen as an investment opportunity.business financecountable informal uncountable
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo lower into a liquid.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo immerse oneself; to become plunged in a liquid; to sink.intransitive
dip stickdipEnglishverb(of a value or rate) To decrease slightly.intransitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo lower a light's beam.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo lower (a flag), particularly a national ensign, to a partially hoisted position in order to render or to return a salute. While lowered, the flag is said to be “at the dip.” A flag being carried on a staff may be dipped by leaning it forward at an approximate angle of 45 degrees.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo treat cattle or sheep by immersion in chemical solution.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo use a dip stick to check oil level in an engine.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo consume snuff by placing a pinch behind the lip or under the tongue so that the active chemical constituents of the snuff may be absorbed into the system for their narcotic effect.
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo immerse for baptism.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo wet, as if by immersing; to moisten.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo plunge or engage thoroughly in any affair.intransitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo take out, by dipping a dipper, ladle, or other receptacle, into a fluid and removing a part; often with out.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo perform the action of plunging a dipper, ladle. etc. into a liquid or soft substance and removing a part.intransitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo engage as a pledge; to mortgage.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo perform (a bow or curtsey) by inclining the body.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo incline downward from the plane of the horizon.intransitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo perform a dip dance move (often phrased with the leader as the subject noun and the follower as the subject noun being dipped)dance dancing hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo briefly lower the body by bending the knees while keeping the body in an upright position, usually in rhythm, as when singing or dancing.transitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo leave.colloquial intransitive
dip stickdipEnglishverbTo miss out on seeing a sought after bird.biology birdwatching natural-sciences ornithologycolloquial
dip stickdipEnglishnounA foolish person.informal
dip stickdipEnglishnounInitialism of device-independent pixel.computer-graphics computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
dip stickdipEnglishnounA diplomat.informal
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounThe act of determining, or the state of being determined. / The act, process, or result of any accurate measurement, as of length, volume, weight, intensity, etc.countable
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounThe act of determining, or the state of being determined. / The act of defining a concept or notion by giving its essential constituents.countable uncountable
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounThe act of determining, or the state of being determined. / The addition of a distinguishing feature to a concept or notion, thus limiting its extent.countable uncountable
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounThe act of determining, or the state of being determined. / The act of determining the relations of an object, such as genus and species; the referring of minerals, plants, or animals, to the species to which they belong; classificationcountable uncountable
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounDirection or tendency to a certain end; impulsion.countable uncountable
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounThe quality of mind which reaches definite conclusions; decisive character; resoluteness.countable uncountable
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounThe state of decision; a judicial decision, or ending of controversy.countable
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounThat which is determined upon; result of deliberation; purpose; conclusion formed; fixed resolution.countable
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounA flow, rush, or tendency to a particular partcountable uncountable
direction or tendency to a certain end; impulsiondeterminationEnglishnounBringing to an end; termination; limit.lawcountable uncountable
dirty play/pool, foul playepäoikeudenmukaisuusFinnishnouninjustice, unfairness, inequity.
dirty play/pool, foul playepäoikeudenmukaisuusFinnishnounpartiality, bias, one-sidedness.
dirty play/pool, foul playepäoikeudenmukaisuusFinnishnoundishonesty, lack of principles, unethical behaviour.
dirty play/pool, foul playepäoikeudenmukaisuusFinnishnoundirty play, dirty pool, foul play, corruption.
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see go, down.
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo descend; to move from a higher place to a lower one. / Synonym of set, to disappear below the horizon.intransitive of a heavenly body
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo descend; to move from a higher place to a lower one. / To decrease; to change from a greater value to a lesser one.intransitive
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo descend; to move from a higher place to a lower one. / To fall (down); to fall to the floor.intransitive
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo descend; to move from a higher place to a lower one. / To crash.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo descend; to move from a higher place to a lower one. / To sink.nautical transportof a ship or boat
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo descend; to move from a higher place to a lower one.
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo be received or accepted.intransitive
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo be received or accepted. / To be pleasant, etc., when eaten or drunk.UK colloquial intransitive
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo be blamed for something; to be the scapegoat; to go to prison.intransitive
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo be recorded or remembered (as).intransitive
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo take place, happen.intransitive slang
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo perform oral sex.intransitive with-on
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo stop functioning, to go offline.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo be soundly defeated.intransitive slang
disappear below the horizongo downEnglishverbTo physically leave one's university, either permanently or in some other non-transient sense (such as following the end of term).dated intransitive
dischargefiringEnglishnounThe process of applying heat or fire, especially to clay, etc., to produce pottery.ceramics chemistry engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
dischargefiringEnglishnounThe fuel for a fire.countable uncountable
dischargefiringEnglishnounThe act of adding fuel to a fire.countable uncountable
dischargefiringEnglishnounThe discharge of a gun or other weapon.countable uncountable
dischargefiringEnglishnounThe dismissal of someone from a job due to poor work performance.countable uncountable
dischargefiringEnglishnounCauterization.countable uncountable
dischargefiringEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of fireform-of gerund participle present
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounA ladder; a series of steps; a means of ascending.obsolete
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounAn ordered, usually numerical sequence used for measurement; means of assigning a magnitude.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounSize; scope.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounThe ratio of depicted distance to actual distance.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounA line or bar associated with a drawing, used to indicate measurement when the image has been magnified or reduced.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounA series of notes spanning an octave, tritave, or pseudo-octave, used to make melodies.entertainment lifestyle music
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounA mathematical base for a numeral system; radix.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounGradation; succession of ascending and descending steps and degrees; progressive series; scheme of comparative rank or order.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounA standard amount of money to be paid for a service, for example union-negotiated amounts received by a performer or writer.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo change the size of something whilst maintaining proportion; especially to change a process in order to produce much larger amounts of the final product.transitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo climb to the top of.transitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo tolerate significant increases in throughput or other potentially limiting factors.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo weigh, measure or grade according to a scale or system.transitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounPart of an overlapping arrangement of many small, flat and hard pieces of keratin covering the skin of an animal, particularly a fish or reptile.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounA small piece of pigmented chitin, many of which coat the wings of a butterfly or moth to give them their color.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounA flake of skin of an animal afflicted with dermatitis.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounPart of an overlapping arrangement of many small, flat and hard protective layers forming a pinecone that flare when mature to release pine nut seeds.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounThe flaky material sloughed off heated metal.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounScale mail (as opposed to chain mail).
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounLimescale.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounA scale insect.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounThe thin metallic side plate of the handle of a pocketknife.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo remove the scales of.transitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo become scaly; to produce or develop scales.intransitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo strip or clear of scale; to descale.transitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo take off in thin layers or scales, as tartar from the teeth; to pare off, as a surface.transitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo separate and come off in thin layers or laminae.intransitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo scatter; to spread.Scotland UK dialectal
dish of a balancescaleEnglishverbTo clean, as the inside of a cannon, by the explosion of a small quantity of powder.transitive
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounA device to measure mass or weight.
dish of a balancescaleEnglishnounEither of the pans, trays, or dishes of a balance or scales.
dislikemì-chiatadhScottish Gaelicnoundislikemasculine
dislikemì-chiatadhScottish Gaelicnoundisapprobationmasculine
distinctive style or eleganceflairEnglishnounA natural or innate talent or aptitude.countable uncountable
distinctive style or eleganceflairEnglishnounDistinctive style or elegance.countable uncountable
distinctive style or eleganceflairEnglishnounSmell; odor.countable obsolete uncountable
distinctive style or eleganceflairEnglishnounOlfaction; sense of smell.countable obsolete uncountable
distinctive style or eleganceflairEnglishverbTo add flair.transitive
donatmaq (“adorn”) (dialectal)donAzerbaijaninoundress (worn by women)
donatmaq (“adorn”) (dialectal)donAzerbaijaninoungown (loose, flowing upper garment)
donatmaq (“adorn”) (dialectal)donAzerbaijaninounraiment, attire, garb, habilimentsfiguratively
donatmaq (“adorn”) (dialectal)donAzerbaijaninounappearance, look (of a person)
donatmaq (“adorn”) (dialectal)donAzerbaijaniadjfrozen, congealed
donatmaq (“adorn”) (dialectal)donAzerbaijaninounfrost
donatmaq (“adorn”) (dialectal)donAzerbaijaninounice-covered ground, black ice
done at the proper timetimelyEnglishadjDone at the proper time or within the proper time limits; prompt.
done at the proper timetimelyEnglishadjHappening or appearing at the proper time.
done at the proper timetimelyEnglishadjKeeping time or measure.obsolete
done at the proper timetimelyEnglishadvIn good time; early, quickly.archaic
done at the proper timetimelyEnglishadvAt the right time; seasonably.obsolete
done at the proper timetimelyEnglishadvIn compliance with applicable time limits.law
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounThe tea plant (Camellia sinensis); (countable) a variety of this plant.uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounThe dried leaves or buds of the tea plant; (countable) a variety of such leaves.uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounThe drink made by infusing these dried leaves or buds in hot water.uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounAny drink which is similar to Camellia sinensis tea in some way: / Any similar drink made by infusing parts of various other plants.uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounAny drink which is similar to Camellia sinensis tea in some way: / Meat stock served as a hot drink.in-compounds uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounAny drink which is similar to Camellia sinensis tea in some way: / Any drink which is similar to Camellia sinensis tea in some waycountable uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounA cup or (East Asia, Southern US) glass of any of these drinks, often with milk, sugar, lemon, and/or tapioca pearls.Commonwealth Northern US countable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounA light midafternoon meal, typically but not necessarily including tea.UK uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounSynonym of supper, the main evening meal, whether or not it includes tea.Commonwealth uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounThe break in play between the second and third sessions.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounSynonym of marijuana.countable dated slang uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounInformation, especially gossip.countable slang uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounHot chocolate.Nigeria countable uncountable
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishverbTo drink tea.intransitive
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishverbTo take afternoon tea (the light meal).intransitive
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishverbTo give tea to.transitive
dried leaves of tea plantteaEnglishnounA moment, a historical unit of time from China, about the amount of time needed to quickly drink a traditional cup of tea. It is now found in Chinese-language historical fiction.
drop anchorankriEsperantoverbto anchor; be anchored; drop anchor (moor a ship using an anchor)
drop anchorankriEsperantoverbto anchor (secure firmly in position—literal and figurative senses)
earningscosnadhScottish Gaelicnounverbal noun of coisinnform-of masculine noun-from-verb
earningscosnadhScottish Gaelicnounjob, employmentmasculine
earningscosnadhScottish Gaelicnounworkmasculine
earningscosnadhScottish Gaelicnounearningsmasculine
ekmoda (“old-fashioned”)modoIdonounmode (a passing usage which depends upon taste, caprice)
ekmoda (“old-fashioned”)modoIdonounfashion, style
ekmoda (“old-fashioned”)modoIdonounmood (indicative, imperative, etc.)grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
ekmoda (“old-fashioned”)modoIdonounmodeentertainment human-sciences lifestyle music philosophy sciences
ekmoda (“old-fashioned”)modoIdonounmoduslaw
eldest maternal aunt大姨媽Chinesenouneldest maternal aunt (mother's eldest sister older than one's mother)Southern dialectal
eldest maternal aunt大姨媽ChinesenounAunt Flo (a personification of the menstrual period or menstruation)euphemistic humorous slang
emailbounceEnglishverbTo change the direction of motion after hitting an obstacle.intransitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo move quickly up and then down (or vice versa), once or repeatedly.intransitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo cause to move quickly up and down, or back and forth, once or repeatedly.transitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo suggest or introduce (an idea, etc.) to (off or by) someone, in order to gain feedback.colloquial transitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo leap or spring suddenly or unceremoniously; to bound.intransitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo move rapidly (between).
emailbounceEnglishverbTo be refused by a bank because it is drawn on insufficient funds.informal intransitive of a cheque/check
emailbounceEnglishverbTo fail to cover (have sufficient funds for) (a draft presented against one's account).informal transitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo leave.intransitive slang
emailbounceEnglishverbTo eject violently, as from a room; to discharge unceremoniously, as from employment.US dated slang
emailbounceEnglishverbTo have sexual intercourse.followed by with intransitive slang sometimes
emailbounceEnglishverbTo attack unexpectedly.transitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo turn power off and back on; to reset.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsintransitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo return undelivered.Internet intransitive of an e-mail message transitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo land hard and lift off again due to excess momentum.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo land hard at unsurvivable velocity with fatal results.hobbies lifestyle skydiving sportsintransitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo mix (two or more tracks of a multi-track audio tape recording) and record the result onto a single track, in order to free up tracks for further material to be added.transitive
emailbounceEnglishverbTo bully; to scold.archaic slang
emailbounceEnglishverbTo boast; to bluster.archaic slang
emailbounceEnglishverbTo strike or thump, so as to rebound, or to make a sudden noise; to knock loudly.archaic
emailbounceEnglishnounA change of direction of motion after hitting the ground or an obstacle.countable uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounA movement up and then down (or vice versa), once or repeatedly.countable uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounAn email that returns to the sender because of a delivery failure.Internet countable uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounThe sack, dismissal.countable uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounA bang, boom.countable uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounA drink based on brandy.ᵂarchaic countable uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounA heavy, sudden, and often noisy, blow or thump.archaic countable uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounBluster; brag; untruthful boasting; audacious exaggeration; an impudent lie; a bouncer.archaic countable uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounScyliorhinus canicula, a European dogfish.countable uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounA genre of hip-hop music of New Orleans, characterized by often lewd call-and-response chants.uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounDrugs.slang uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounSwagger.slang uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounA good beat in music.slang uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounA talent for leaping.slang uncountable
emailbounceEnglishnounAn increase in popularity.government politicscountable informal uncountable
emptysecRomanianadjdrymasculine neuter
emptysecRomanianadjbarren, empty, deserted; also dried upmasculine neuter
emptysecRomanianadjmissing or deficient in something, lacking; also uselessfiguratively masculine neuter
emptysecRomanianadjdull, stupid, empty-headedfiguratively masculine neuter
emptysecRomanianadjskinnyTransylvania masculine neuter regional
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounOne who divulges private information with intent to hurt others.
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounAn indicator, such as a warning light, that serves to warn of a hazard or problem.
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounSomething that serves to reveal something else.figuratively
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounA movable piece of ivory, lead, or other material, connected to the bellows of an organ, whose position indicates when the wind is exhausted.entertainment lifestyle music
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounA length of yarn or ribbon attached to a sail or shroud etc to indicate the direction of the flow of the air relative to the boat.nautical transport
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounA mechanical attachment to the steering wheel, which, in the absence of a tiller, shows the position of the helm.nautical transport
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounA compass in the cabin of a vessel, usually placed where the captain can see it at all hours, and thus inform himself of the vessel's course.nautical transport
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounA machine or contrivance for indicating or recording something, particularly for keeping a check upon employees (factory hands, watchmen, drivers, etc.) by revealing to their employers what they have done or omitted.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounA bird, the tattler.
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishnounA story or fable that has a moral or message.
engineering: contrivance for indicating or recording somethingtelltaleEnglishadjRevealing something, especially something not intended to be known.
enticeಸೆಳೆKannadaverbto draw
enticeಸೆಳೆKannadaverbto entice
enticeಸೆಳೆKannadaverbto fascinate
enticeಸೆಳೆKannadaverbto grab
enticeಸೆಳೆKannadaverbto lure
enticeಸೆಳೆKannadaverbto lead on
enticeಸೆಳೆKannadaverbto flog
ethnic person, notably when foreigner or immigrantethnicEnglishadjOf or relating to a group of people having common racial, ancestral, national, religious or cultural origins.
ethnic person, notably when foreigner or immigrantethnicEnglishadjCharacteristic of a foreign or a minority group's culture.
ethnic person, notably when foreigner or immigrantethnicEnglishadjRepresentative of a folk or traditional mode of expression.
ethnic person, notably when foreigner or immigrantethnicEnglishadjHeathen, not Jewish, Christian, or Muslim.historical
ethnic person, notably when foreigner or immigrantethnicEnglishnounAn ethnic person, especially a foreigner or member of an immigrant community.
ethnic person, notably when foreigner or immigrantethnicEnglishnounA heathen, a pagan.archaic
ethnic person, notably when foreigner or immigrantethnicEnglishnounThe demonym of an Ancient Greek city.in classical scholarship
every individual of the given classallEnglishdetEvery individual or anything of the given class, with no exceptions (the noun or noun phrase denoting the class must be plural or uncountable).
every individual of the given classallEnglishdetThroughout the whole of (a stated period of time; generally used with units of a day or longer).
every individual of the given classallEnglishdetOnly; alone; nothing but.
every individual of the given classallEnglishdetAny.obsolete
every individual of the given classallEnglishpronEverything.
every individual of the given classallEnglishpronEveryone.
every individual of the given classallEnglishpronThe only thing(s).
every individual of the given classallEnglishpronUsed after who, what, where, how and similar words, either without changing their meaning, or indicating that one expects that they cover more than one element, e.g. that "Who all attended?" is more than one person. (Some dialects only allow this to follow some words and not others.)India Northern-Ireland Scotland Southern-US
every individual of the given classallEnglishadvWholly; entirely; completely; totally.not-comparable
every individual of the given classallEnglishadvApiece; each.not-comparable
every individual of the given classallEnglishadvSo much.not-comparable
every individual of the given classallEnglishadvEven; just.not-comparable obsolete poetic
every individual of the given classallEnglishadvA quotative particle, compare like.not-comparable
every individual of the given classallEnglishnounEverything that one is capable of.countable uncountable with a possessive pronoun
every individual of the given classallEnglishnounThe totality of one's possessions.countable
every individual of the given classallEnglishconjAlthough.obsolete
every individual of the given classallEnglishadjAll gone; dead.Pennsylvania dialectal
experience in general見聞きJapanesenounlooking and listening, seeing and hearing
experience in general見聞きJapanesenounexperience, knowledge, what one has seen and heard
experience in general見聞きJapaneseverbto look and listen, to observe, to experience
eyebrowoogbrauwDutchnouneyelasharchaic feminine
eyebrowoogbrauwDutchnouneyelidarchaic feminine
eyebrowoogbrauwDutchnouneyebrowdated feminine
fat pig, beastγουρούνιGreeknounpig, hog, swine (male pig)
fat pig, beastγουρούνιGreeknounpig, fat pig, beast (an overweight and mean-spirited man)colloquial figuratively offensive
fellow countrymangwladwrWelshnouncountrymanmasculine
fellow countrymangwladwrWelshnounrustic, hick, peasantmasculine
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounAn adult female of the species Bos taurus, especially one that has calved.countable uncountable
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounAny member of the species Bos taurus regardless of sex or age, including bulls and calves.broadly countable informal uncountable
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounBeef: the meat of cattle as food.uncommon uncountable
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounAny bovines or bovids generally, including yaks, buffalo, etc.countable uncommon uncountable
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounA female member of other large species of mammal, including the bovines, moose, whales, seals, hippos, rhinos, manatees, and elephants.biology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounA woman considered unpleasant in some way, particularly one considered nasty, stupid, fat, lazy, or difficult.Australia UK countable derogatory informal uncountable
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounA chock: a wedge or brake used to stop a machine or car.business miningcountable uncountable
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounA third-year cadet at West Point.government military politics warUS countable slang uncountable
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounA fish that is very large for its species, such as a large striped bass or large bluefin tuna.fishing hobbies lifestylecountable slang uncountable
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishverbTo intimidate; to daunt the spirits or courage of.in the passive voice transitive
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounA chimney cowl.UK dialectal
female of various species of mammalcowEnglishnounLFBOT: Synonym of luminous fast blue optical transientastronomy natural-sciences
feminine formsLaurenceFrenchnamea female given name, masculine equivalent Laurent, equivalent to English Laurenfeminine
feminine formsLaurenceFrenchnameLawrence: a male given name, equivalent to English Laurencefeminine rare
fire extinguishervaahtosammutinFinnishnounfoam extinguisher (fire extinguisher with foam as the effective substance)
fire extinguishervaahtosammutinFinnishnounfire extinguisher
fluteחלילHebrewnounpipe (woodwind instrument)
fluteחלילHebrewnounflutespecifically
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounThe tail of a fox.
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA dry spikelet or spikelet seed and flower cluster of some grasses
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet. / Any of various grasses having bushy seed spikelets that resemble the tail of a fox / species of genus Alopecurus, foxtail grasses.
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet. / Any of various grasses having bushy seed spikelets that resemble the tail of a fox / species of Setaria, foxtail millets.
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet. / Any of various grasses having bushy seed spikelets that resemble the tail of a fox / Bromus madritensis, foxtail brome.
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet. / Any of various grasses having bushy seed spikelets that resemble the tail of a fox / Hordeum jubatum, foxtail barley.
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet. / Any of various grasses having bushy seed spikelets that resemble the tail of a fox
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet. / Acalypha hispida, chenille plant.
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet. / Lycopodiella alopecuroides, foxtail clubmoss.
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet. / Wodyetia bifurcata, foxtail palm.
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounA plant having a part resembling the tail of a fox or such spikelet. / The orchid Rhynchostylis retusa.
foxtail grassfoxtailEnglishnounThe last cinders obtained in the fining process.engineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciences
framework of a house間架Chinesenounframework of a house
framework of a house間架Chinesenounform of a Chinese characterform-of
framework of a house間架Chinesenounstructure of an essay
from a universitygraduateEnglishnounA person who is recognized by a university as having completed the requirements of a degree studied at the institution.
from a universitygraduateEnglishnounA person who is recognized by a high school as having completed the requirements of a course of study at the school.Canada US
from a universitygraduateEnglishnounA person who is recognized as having completed any level of education.Philippines
from a universitygraduateEnglishnounA graduated (marked) cup or other container, thus fit for measuring.
from a universitygraduateEnglishadjgraduated, arranged by degrees
from a universitygraduateEnglishadjholding an academic degree
from a universitygraduateEnglishadjrelating to an academic degree
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbTo be recognized by a school or university as having completed the requirements of a degree studied at the institution.ergative intransitive
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbTo be certified as having earned a degree from; to graduate from (an institution).proscribed transitive
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbTo certify (a student) as having earned a degreetransitive
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbTo mark (something) with degrees; to divide into regular steps or intervals, as the scale of a thermometer, a scheme of punishment or rewards, etc.transitive
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbTo change gradually.intransitive
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbTo prepare gradually; to arrange, temper, or modify by degrees or to a certain degree; to determine the degrees of.
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbTo bring to a certain degree of consistency, by evaporation, as a fluid.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbTo taper, as the tail of certain birds.intransitive
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbTo approve (a feature) for general release.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwaretransitive
from a universitygraduateEnglishverbOf an idol: to exit a group; or of a virtual YouTuber, to leave a management agency; usually accompanied with "graduation ceremony" send-offs, increased focus on the leaving member, and the like.entertainment lifestyleJapanese
gaminglevel upEnglishverbTo raise to the same level or status; to improve so as to make as good as others.transitive
gaminglevel upEnglishverbTo progress to the next level of player character stats and abilities, often by acquiring experience points in role-playing games.video-gamesintransitive
gas pedaltallaFinnishnounsole (bottom or lower part of anything on which it rests)
gas pedaltallaFinnishnounrunner (smooth strip on which a sledge runs)
gas pedaltallaFinnishnoungas pedal, acceleration pedal, accelerator, throttle (pedal)slang
gas pedaltallaFinnishnounbridge (piece on a stringed instrument that supports the strings)entertainment lifestyle music
goddesses of the deadHecateEnglishnameThe powerful goddess, in Greek mythology, of magic, crossroads, fire, light, the moon, and the underworld. Her Roman counterpart is Trivia.
goddesses of the deadHecateEnglishname100 Hekate, a main belt asteroid.astronomy natural-sciences
good tool利器Chinesenounsharp weapon
good tool利器Chinesenoungood tool; excellent instrument
good-natured banterpersiflageEnglishnounGood-natured banter; raillery.countable uncountable
good-natured banterpersiflageEnglishnounFrivolous, lighthearted discussion of a topic.countable uncountable
grappling hold around the neckchokeholdEnglishnounA grappling hold around the neck that cuts off the flow of air to the brain.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war wrestling
grappling hold around the neckchokeholdEnglishnounA strong and powerful grasp on somethingbroadly
grappling hold around the neckchokeholdEnglishverbTo put in a chokehold
group formed by splittingsplinterEnglishnounA long, sharp fragment of material, often wood.
group formed by splittingsplinterEnglishnounA long, sharp fragment of material, often wood. / A small such fragment that gets embedded in the flesh.
group formed by splittingsplinterEnglishnounA group that formed by splitting off from a larger membership.
group formed by splittingsplinterEnglishnounA double-jump bid which indicates shortage in the bid suit.bridge games
group formed by splittingsplinterEnglishverbTo come apart into long sharp fragments.intransitive
group formed by splittingsplinterEnglishverbTo cause to break apart into long sharp fragments.transitive
group formed by splittingsplinterEnglishverbTo break, or cause to break, into factions.figuratively of a group
group formed by splittingsplinterEnglishverbTo fasten or confine with splinters, or splints, as a broken limb.transitive
group of elephantsherdEnglishnounA number of domestic animals assembled together under the watch or ownership of a keeper.
group of elephantsherdEnglishnounAny collection of animals gathered or travelling in a company.
group of elephantsherdEnglishnounA crowd, a mass of people or things; a rabble.derogatory usually
group of elephantsherdEnglishverbTo unite or associate in a herd; to feed or run together, or in company.intransitive
group of elephantsherdEnglishverbTo unite or associate in a herdtransitive
group of elephantsherdEnglishverbTo manage, care for or guard a herdtransitive
group of elephantsherdEnglishverbTo associate; to ally oneself with, or place oneself among, a group or company.intransitive
group of elephantsherdEnglishverbTo move, or be moved, in a group. (of both animals and people)
group of elephantsherdEnglishnounSomeone who keeps a group of domestic animals.archaic
group of elephantsherdEnglishverbTo act as a herdsman or a shepherd.Scotland intransitive
group of elephantsherdEnglishverbTo form or put into a herd.transitive
group of elephantsherdEnglishverbTo move or drive a herd.transitive
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise, to ascend, to climb, to go up (to move, or appear to move, physically upwards relative to the ground)
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto ascend, to climb, to go up (on hill, ladder, stairs, etc.)
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise (to attain a higher status)figuratively
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise (to slope upward)
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto get up, to rise (onto one's feet, from bed, etc.)
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise, to rise up (to rebel)figuratively
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise (of thoughts, feelings, etc.: to come to mind)figuratively
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise (to become more and more dignified or forcible; to increase in interest or power)figuratively
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise (to develop)figuratively
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise (to grow upward)
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise, to go up (of a quantity, price, etc.: to increase)figuratively
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto arise, to break out
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbto rise (of sound: to take a higher pitch)
grow upwardпідніматисяUkrainianverbpassive of підніма́ти impf (pidnimáty)form-of passive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA close-fitting hat, either brimless or peaked.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA special hat to indicate rank, occupation, etc.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounAn academic mortarboard.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA protective cover or seal.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA crown for covering a tooth.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounThe summit of a mountain, etc.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounAn artificial upper limit or ceiling.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounThe top part of a mushroom.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA small amount of percussive explosive in a paper strip or plastic cup for use in a toy gun.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA small explosive device used to detonate a larger charge of explosives.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA bullet used to shoot someone.slang
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA lie or exaggeration.slang
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA place on a national team; an international appearance.hobbies lifestyle sports
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounThe top, or uppermost part; the chief.obsolete
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA respectful uncovering of the head.obsolete
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounThe whole top of the head of a bird from the base of the bill to the nape of the neck.biology natural-sciences zoology
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounThe uppermost of any assemblage of parts.architecture
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounSomething covering the top or end of a thing for protection or ornament.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA collar of iron or wood used in joining spars, as the mast and the topmast, the bowsprit and the jib boom; also, a covering of tarred canvas at the end of a rope.nautical transport
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA portion of a spherical or other convex surface.geometry mathematics sciences
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA large size of writing paper.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounPopcorn.Appalachia
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo cover or seal with a cap.transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo award a cap as a mark of distinction.transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo lie over or on top of something.transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo surpass or outdo.transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo set (or reach) an upper limit on something.transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo make something even more wonderful at the end.transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo select a player to play for a specified side.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo shoot (someone) with a firearm.slang transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo lie; to tell a lie.intransitive slang
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo select to play for the national team.hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo salute by uncovering the head respectfully.obsolete transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo deprive of a cap.
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounCapitalization.business finance
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounAn uppercase or capital letter.informal
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo convert text to uppercase.informal transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA capacitor.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA recording or screenshot.colloquial
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishverbTo take a screenshot or to record a copy of a video.transitive
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA capsule of a drug.slang
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA capitalist.colloquial
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnouncapillary
gunpowder charge for a toy guncapEnglishnounA wooden drinking-bowl with two handles.obsolete
hairdodoEnglishverbA syntactic marker. / A syntactic marker in a question whose main verb is not another auxiliary verb or be.auxiliary
hairdodoEnglishverbA syntactic marker. / A syntactic marker in negations with the indicative and imperative moods.auxiliary
hairdodoEnglishverbA syntactic marker. / A syntactic marker for emphasis with the indicative, imperative, and subjunctive moods.auxiliary
hairdodoEnglishverbA syntactic marker. / A syntactic marker that refers back to an earlier verb and allows the speaker to avoid repeating the verb; in most dialects, not used with auxiliaries such as be, though it can be in AAVE.auxiliary
hairdodoEnglishverbTo perform; to execute.transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo cause, make (someone) (do something).obsolete transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo suffice.intransitive transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo be reasonable or acceptable.intransitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo have (as an effect).ditransitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo fare, perform (well or poorly).intransitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo fare, perform (well or poorly). / To fare well; to thrive; to prosper; (of livestock) to fatten.England especially intransitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo have as one's job.in questions transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo perform the tasks or actions associated with (something).
hairdodoEnglishverbTo cook.
hairdodoEnglishverbTo travel in, to tour, to make a circuit of.transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo treat in a certain way.transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo work for or on, by way of caring for, looking after, preparing, cleaning, keeping in order, etc.transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo act or behave in a certain manner; to conduct oneself.intransitive obsolete
hairdodoEnglishverbTo spend (time) in jail. (See also do time)transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo impersonate or depict.transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo copy or emulate the actions or behaviour that is associated with the person or thing mentioned.place usually with 'a' and the name of a person
hairdodoEnglishverbTo kill.slang transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo deal with for good and all; to finish up; to undo; to ruin; to do for.slang transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo punish for a misdemeanor.informal
hairdodoEnglishverbTo have sex with. (See also do it)slang transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo cheat or swindle.transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo convert into a certain form; especially, to translate.transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo finish.intransitive transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbUsed to form the present progressive of verbs.archaic auxiliary dialectal transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo cash or to advance money for, as a bill or note.business finance stock-exchange
hairdodoEnglishverbTo make or provide.ditransitive informal transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo injure (one's own body part).informal transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo take drugs.transitive
hairdodoEnglishverbTo exist with a purpose or for a reason.in the form be doing [somewhere] transitive
hairdodoEnglishnounA party, celebration, social function; usually of moderate size and formality.UK informal
hairdodoEnglishnounClipping of hairdo.abbreviation alt-of clipping informal
hairdodoEnglishnounSomething that can or should be done.
hairdodoEnglishnounSomething that has been done.obsolete
hairdodoEnglishnounAdo; bustle; stir; to-do; A period of confusion or argument.archaic
hairdodoEnglishnounA cheat; a swindler.UK obsolete slang
hairdodoEnglishnounAn act of swindling; a fraud or deception.UK obsolete slang
hairdodoEnglishnounA homicide.UK slang
hairdodoEnglishnounA syllable used in solfège to represent the first and eighth tonic of a major scale.entertainment lifestyle music
hairdodoEnglishadvAbbreviation of ditto.abbreviation alt-of archaic not-comparable
hairdodoEnglishnumThe cardinal number occurring after el and before do one in a duodecimal system. Written 10, decimal value 12.
having no beginningbeginninglessEnglishadjIncomplete for lack of a beginning.not-comparable
having no beginningbeginninglessEnglishadjEternal; uncreated; having always existed.not-comparable
having words derived by combining partsagglutinativeEnglishadjSticky, tacky, adhesive.
having words derived by combining partsagglutinativeEnglishadjHaving words derived by combining parts, each with a separate meaning.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
having words derived by combining partsagglutinativeEnglishnounA sticky material; an adhesive.
having words derived by combining partsagglutinativeEnglishnounA word formed from the combination of parts, each with a separate meaning.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
headlightheadlampEnglishnounAn individual headlight, particularly of a motor vehicle.
headlightheadlampEnglishnounA flashlight worn on the head.
heaven and earth乾坤Chinesenounthe ䷀ (qian) and ䷁ (kun) hexagrams from the I Ching
heaven and earth乾坤Chinesenounheaven and earth
heaven and earth乾坤Chinesenounthe sun and the moon
heaven and earth乾坤Chinesenounthe nation
hole in a piece of clothingarmholeEnglishnounA human armpit.anatomy medicine sciencesMidlands archaic dialectal
hole in a piece of clothingarmholeEnglishnounSimilar structures in other animals.anatomy medicine sciencesobsolete rare
hole in a piece of clothingarmholeEnglishnounA hole for an arm in a piece of clothing.fashion lifestyle
ice creamglacioIdonounice
ice creamglacioIdonounice cream
importation of large numbers of workers and soldiers to displace the local populationplantationEnglishnounA large farm; estate or area of land designated for agricultural growth. Often includes housing for the owner and workers.countable uncountable
importation of large numbers of workers and soldiers to displace the local populationplantationEnglishnounAn area where trees are planted, either for commercial purposes, or to adorn an estate.countable uncountable
importation of large numbers of workers and soldiers to displace the local populationplantationEnglishnounThe importation of large numbers of workers and soldiers to displace the local population, such as in medieval Ireland and in the Americas; colonization.countable historical uncountable
importation of large numbers of workers and soldiers to displace the local populationplantationEnglishnounA colony established thus.countable historical uncountable
impossible to prevent or stop — see also inexorable, unstoppableimplacableEnglishadjNot able to be placated or appeased.
impossible to prevent or stop — see also inexorable, unstoppableimplacableEnglishadjImpossible to prevent or stop; inexorable, unrelenting, unstoppable.
impossible to prevent or stop — see also inexorable, unstoppableimplacableEnglishadjAdamant; immovable.
in one piece; unbrokenintactEnglishadjLeft complete or whole; not touched, defiled, sullied or otherwise damaged.
in one piece; unbrokenintactEnglishadjvirgin, having an intact hymenof female persons
in one piece; unbrokenintactEnglishadjuncircumcised, having an intact foreskinespecially of male persons used by intactivists usually
in one piece; unbrokenintactEnglishadjnot castratedof animals usually
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounA corporate group; a group of colleagues.obsolete
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounA group sharing common purposes or goals.in some proper nouns
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn electoral college.government politics
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / A specialized division of a university.
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / An institution of higher education teaching undergraduates.US
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / A university.Ireland Philippines
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / A postsecondary institution that offers vocational training and/or associate's degrees.Canada
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / A non-specialized, semi-autonomous division of a university, with its own faculty, departments, library, etc.UK
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / An institution of further education at an intermediate level; sixth form.UK
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / An institution for adult education at a basic or intermediate level (teaching those of any age).UK
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / A high school or secondary school.Australia Ireland New-Zealand South-Africa UK
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / A private (non-government) primary or high school.Australia
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / A residential hall associated with a university, possibly having its own tutors.Australia
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / A government high school, short for junior college.Singapore
in the formal names of private schools: secondary schoolcollegeEnglishnounAn academic institution. / A bilingual school.in Chile
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounA bag; especially a large bag of strong, coarse material for storage and handling of various commodities, such as potatoes, coal, coffee; or, a bag with handles used at a supermarket, a grocery sack; or, a small bag for small items, a satchel.
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounThe amount a sack holds; also, an archaic or historical measure of varying capacity, depending on commodity type and according to local usage; an old English measure of weight, usually of wool, equal to 13 stone (182 pounds), or in other sources, 26 stone (364 pounds).
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounThe plunder and pillaging of a captured town or city.uncountable
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounLoot or booty obtained by pillage.uncountable
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounA successful tackle of the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounOne of the square bases anchored at first base, second base, or third base.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounDismissal from employment, or discharge from a position.informal
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounBed.US colloquial figuratively literally
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounA kind of loose-fitting gown or dress with sleeves which hangs from the shoulders, such as a gown with a Watteau back or sack-back, fashionable in the late 17th to 18th century; or, formerly, a loose-fitting hip-length jacket, cloak or cape.dated
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounA sack coat; a kind of coat worn by men, and extending from top to bottom without a cross seam.dated
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounThe scrotum.slang vulgar
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounAny disposable bag.
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishverbTo put in a sack or sacks.
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishverbTo bear or carry in a sack upon the back or the shoulders.
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishverbTo plunder or pillage, especially after capture; to obtain spoils of war from.
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishverbTo tackle the quarterback behind the line of scrimmage, especially before he is able to throw a pass.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishverbTo discharge from a job or position; to fire.informal transitive
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounA variety of light-colored dry wine from Spain or the Canary Islands; also, any strong white wine from southern Europe; sherry.countable dated uncountable
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounDated form of sac (“pouch in a plant or animal”).alt-of dated
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishverbAlternative spelling of sac (“sacrifice”)alt-of alternative
informal: dismissal from employmentsackEnglishnounAlternative spelling of sac (“sacrifice”)alt-of alternative
informed aboutupEnglishadvAway from the surface of the Earth or other planet; in opposite direction to the downward pull of gravity.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvTo or at a physically higher or more elevated position.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvTo a higher level of some quantity or notional quantity, such as price, volume, pitch, happiness, etc.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvTo or in a position of equal advance or equality; not short of, back of, less advanced than, away from, etc.; usually followed by to or with.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvUsed as an aspect marker to indicate a completed action or state; thoroughly, completely.emphatic intensifier not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvTo or from one's possession or consideration.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvTo the north (as north is at the top of typical maps).not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvTowards or at a central place, or any place that is visualised as 'up' by virtue of local features or local convention, or arbitrarily, irrespective of direction or elevation change.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvTowards the principal terminus, towards milepost zero.rail-transport railways transportnot-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvAside or away, so as no longer to be present or in use.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvAgainst the wind or current.nautical sailing transportnot-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvIn a positive vertical direction.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvRelatively close to the batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvWithout additional ice.US not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadvTo university, especially to Cambridge or Oxford.academia scholarly sciencesUK dated not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishprepToward the top of.
informed aboutupEnglishprepToward the center, source, or main point of reference; toward the end at which something is attached.
informed aboutupEnglishprepFrom south to north of.
informed aboutupEnglishprepFurther along (in any direction).
informed aboutupEnglishprepFrom the mouth towards the source of (a river or waterway).
informed aboutupEnglishprepOf a person: having sex with.slang vulgar
informed aboutupEnglishprepAt (a given place, especially one imagined to be higher or more distant from a central location).colloquial
informed aboutupEnglishadjFacing upwards.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjOn or at a physically higher level.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjHeaded or designated to go upward (as an escalator, stairway, elevator etc.) or toward (as a run-up).not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjFitted or fixed at a high or relatively high position, especially on a wall or ceiling.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjAvailable to view or use; made public; posted.broadly not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjAloft.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjRaised; lifted.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjBuilt, constructed.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjStanding; upright.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjRisen up, rebelling, in revolt.not-comparable obsolete
informed aboutupEnglishadjAwake and out of bed.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjRiding the horse; mounted.hobbies horse-racing horseracing horses lifestyle pets racing sportsnot-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjAbove the horizon, in the sky.not-comparable of the sun or moon
informed aboutupEnglishadjLarger; greater in quantity, volume, value etc.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjIndicating a larger or higher quantity.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjAhead; leading; winning.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjFinished, to an endnot-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjIn a good mood.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjWilling; ready.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjNext in a sequence.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjHappening; new; of concern. See also what's up, what's up with.not used attributively not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjSaid of the higher-ranking pair in a two pair.card-games pokernot-comparable postpositional
informed aboutupEnglishadjWell-informed; current.not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjFunctional; working.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjTraveling towards a major terminus.not-comparable of a railway line or train
informed aboutupEnglishadjChilled and served without ice.US not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjErect.not-comparable slang
informed aboutupEnglishadjAt university (especially Oxford or Cambridge).UK not-comparable
informed aboutupEnglishadjwell-known; renownedarts graffiti visual-artsnot-comparable slang
informed aboutupEnglishnounThe direction opposed to the pull of gravity.uncountable
informed aboutupEnglishnounA positive thing, or a time or situation when things are going well.countable
informed aboutupEnglishnounAn up quark.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsparticle
informed aboutupEnglishnounAn upstairs room of a two story house.
informed aboutupEnglishverbTo physically raise or lift.in-certain-phrases poetic transitive
informed aboutupEnglishverbTo increase the level or amount of.colloquial transitive
informed aboutupEnglishverbTo promote.colloquial transitive
informed aboutupEnglishverbTo rise to a standing position; hence, by extension, to act suddenly; see also up and.in-compounds intransitive often with another verb
informed aboutupEnglishverbTo ascend; to climb up.archaic intransitive poetic
informed aboutupEnglishverbTo upload.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesslang transitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA lid.countable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounArea or situation which screens a person or thing from view.uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounThe front and back of a book, magazine, CD package, etc.countable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounThe top sheet of a bed.countable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA cloth or similar material, often fitted, placed over an item such as a car or sofa or food to protect it from dust, rain, insects, etc. when not being used.countable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA cover charge.countable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA setting at a restaurant table or formal dinner.countable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA new performance or rerecording of a previously recorded song; a cover version; a cover song.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA fielding position on the off side, between point and mid off, about 30° forward of square; a fielder in this position.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA collection (or family) of subsets of a given set, whose union contains every element of said original set.combinatorics mathematics sciences topologycountable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounAn envelope complete with stamps and postmarks etc.hobbies lifestyle philatelycountable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA solid object, including terrain, that provides protection from enemy fire.government military politics warcountable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounIn commercial law, a buyer’s purchase on the open market of goods similar or identical to the goods contracted for after a seller has breached a contract of sale by failure to deliver the goods contracted for.lawcountable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounAn insurance contract; coverage by an insurance contract.business insurancecountable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA persona maintained by a spy or undercover operative; cover story.espionage government military politics warcountable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounA swindler's confederate.countable dated uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounThe portion of a slate, tile, or shingle that is hidden by the overlap of the course above.countable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounIn a steam engine, the lap of a slide valve.countable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishnounThe distance between reinforcing steel and the exterior of concrete.business construction manufacturingcountable uncountable
insurance contractcoverEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the front cover of a book or magazine.not-comparable
insurance contractcoverEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, or consisting of cover versions.entertainment lifestyle musicnot-comparable
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo place something over or upon, as to conceal or protect.transitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo be over or upon, as to conceal or protect.transitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo be upon all of, so as to completely conceal.transitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo set upon all of, so as to completely conceal.transitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo put on one's hat.dated intransitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo invest (oneself with something); to bring upon (oneself).transitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo discuss thoroughly; to provide coverage of.of a publication
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo deal with or include someone or something.
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo be enough money for.
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo act as a replacement.intransitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo have as an assignment or responsibility.transitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo make a cover version of (a song that was originally recorded by another artist).entertainment lifestyle music
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo protect using an aimed firearm and the threat of firing; or to protect using continuous, heaving fire at or in the direction of the enemy so as to force the enemy to remain in cover; or to threaten using an aimed firearm.government law-enforcement military politics war
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo provide insurance coverage for.
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo copulate with (said of certain male animals such as dogs and horses).
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo protect or control (a piece or square).board-games chess gamestransitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo extend over a given period of time or range, to occupy, to stretch over a given area.
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo traverse or put behind a certain distance.
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo arrange plates, etc. on (a table) in preparation for a meal.dated transitive
insurance contractcoverEnglishverbTo defend (mark) a particular player or area.hobbies lifestyle sports
interpretationreadingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of readform-of gerund participle present
interpretationreadingEnglishnounThe process of interpreting written language.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounThe process of interpreting a symbol, a sign or a measuring device.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounA value indicated by a measuring device.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounAn event at which written material is read aloud.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounAn interpretation.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounA spelling that intends to indicate the approximate pronunciation of a word from another language; a romanization, transcription, and/or transliteration.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounSomething to read; reading material.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounThe extent of what one has read.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounOne of several stages a bill passes through before becoming law.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounA piece of literature or passage of scripture read aloud to an audience.countable uncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounThe content of a reading list.educationuncountable
interpretationreadingEnglishnounThe act or process of imagining sequences of potential moves and responses without actually placing stones.uncountable
involving extreme force or motionviolentEnglishadjInvolving extreme force or motion.
involving extreme force or motionviolentEnglishadjInvolving physical conflict.
involving extreme force or motionviolentEnglishadjLikely to use physical force.
involving extreme force or motionviolentEnglishadjIntensely vivid.
involving extreme force or motionviolentEnglishadjProduced or effected by force; not spontaneous; unnatural.
involving extreme force or motionviolentEnglishverbTo urge with violence.archaic transitive
involving extreme force or motionviolentEnglishnounAn assailant.obsolete
itemized account細帳Chinesenounitemized account
itemized account細帳Chinesenounalternate account; sockpuppetCantonese Internet
jurisdiction, competence, province, domainαρμοδιότηταGreeknounprovince, domain, competence (power or right to exercise authority)
jurisdiction, competence, province, domainαρμοδιότηταGreeknounjurisdiction, competence (legal authority to deal with a matter)law
just a moment agojust nowEnglishadvVery close to the present moment; just a moment ago.not-comparable
just a moment agojust nowEnglishadvAt present; now.not-comparable
just a moment agojust nowEnglishadvIn a little while.Caribbean Scotland South-Africa not-comparable
lacking a toptoplessEnglishadjLacking a top.not-comparable
lacking a toptoplessEnglishadjVery high; towering.not-comparable poetic
lacking a toptoplessEnglishadjNot wearing a garment covering the top half of the body; naked from the waist up.not-comparable of a woman
lacking a toptoplessEnglishadjFeaturing women that are naked from the waist up, often strippers or dancers.not-comparable of a place
lacking a toptoplessEnglishadvNot wearing any clothes on the upper body.not-comparable
lacking a toptoplessEnglishnounA convertible car having the top retracted or otherwise open.automotive transport vehicles
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounThe second letter of the Greek alphabet (Β, β), preceded by alpha (Α, α) and followed by gamma, (Γ, γ). In modern Greek it represents the voiced labiodental fricative sound of v found in the English words have and vase.countable uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounAn academic grade better than a gamma and worse than an alpha.educationcountable rare uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounAverage sensitivity of a security's price to overall securities market prices.business financecountable uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounThe phase of development after alpha testing and before launch, in which software, while not complete, has been released to potential users for testing.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences video-gamesuncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounSoftware in such a phase; a preliminary version.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences video-gamescountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounAny kind of content from early development that was not used in the final product.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences video-gamesproscribed uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounInformation about a route which may aid someone in climbing it.climbing hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounA beta particle or beta ray.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounSideslip angle.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounThe range of engine power settings in which the blade pitch angle of a constant-speed propeller is controlled directly by the angle of the engine's throttle lever (rather than varying with engine torque and airspeed to maintain a constant propeller RPM), allowing the propeller to be disked to generate high drag and slow the aircraft quickly.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounAlternative spelling of betta (“fish in the genus Betta”)alt-of alternative countable uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounEllipsis of beta male, a man who is less competent or desirable than an alpha male.government human-sciences ideology manosphere philosophy politics sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis slang uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishnounIn omegaverse fiction, a person of a secondary sex similar to normal humans, lacking the biological drives of alphas and omegas but generally capable of bonding and mating with either.lifestylecountable slang uncountable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishadjIdentifying a molecular position in an organic chemical compound.not-comparable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishadjDesignates the second in an order of precedence.not-comparable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishadjPreliminary; prerelease. Refers to an incomplete version of a product released for initial testing.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishadjAssociated with the beta male/female archetype.not-comparable of a person
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishverbTo preliminarily release computer software for initial testing prior to final release.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
letter of the Greek alphabetbetaEnglishverbTo beta-read a text.Internet
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishadjOf a light brown to brownish orange colour.
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishverbTo cause (someone or something) to have a light brown to brownish orange colour; to tan, to tawn.transitive
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishverbTo become a light brown to brownish orange colour; to tan, to tawn.intransitive
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishnounA light brown to brownish orange colour.countable uncountable
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishnounA light brown to brownish orange colour. / Synonym of tenné (“a rarely-used tincture of orange or bright brown”)government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscountable specifically uncountable
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishnounSomething of a light brown or brownish orange colour (particularly if it has the word tawny in its name).countable uncountable
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishnounSomething of a light brown or brownish orange colour (particularly if it has the word tawny in its name). / The common bullfinch or Eurasian bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula).countable uncountable
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishnounIn full tawny port: a sweet, fortified port wine which is blended and matured in wooden casks.countable uncountable
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishnounA fabric of a light brown to brownish orange colour.countable obsolete uncountable
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishnounA person with skin of a brown colour.countable obsolete uncountable
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishnounTawny frogmouth.countable uncountable
light brown to brownish orange colourtawnyEnglishnounTawny owl.countable uncountable
light-sensitive organ or regioneyespotEnglishnounAny of various primitive light-sensitive organs or regions in many diverse organisms.biology natural-sciences
light-sensitive organ or regioneyespotEnglishnounAn eye-like marking on the tail of a peacock or the wing of a butterfly.
light-sensitive organ or regioneyespotEnglishnounAny of a group of fungal infections of grasses that are characterized by oval spots; strawbreakerbiology botany natural-sciences
little brat兔崽子Chinesenounlittle brat; bastardderogatory informal
little brat兔崽子Chinesenounlittle rabbit; bunnyHarbin Muping
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbTo cause (an animal, etc.) to become fat or thrive through plenteous feeding; to fatten.obsolete transitive
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbTo enrich or fertilize (land, soil, etc.).obsolete rare transitive
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbTo become better; to improve in condition; especially of animals, by feeding; to fatten up.intransitive
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbOf land, soil, etc.: to become fertile; also, of plants: to grow lush.intransitive
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbFollowed by on: to eat greedily; to glut.intransitive
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbFollowed by on: to prosper or thrive, especially at the expense of others.figuratively intransitive
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbTo gloat at; to revel in.figuratively intransitive
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbTo gratify a morbid appetite or craving.figuratively intransitive
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishadjSynonym of battle (“of grass or pasture: nutritious to cattle or sheep; of land (originally pastureland) or soil: fertile, fruitful”)obsolete
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishnounA plank or strip of wood, or several of such strips arranged side by side, used in construction to hold members of a structure together, to provide a fixing point, to strengthen, or to prevent warping.business carpentry construction manufacturing
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishnounA strip of wood holding a number of lamps; especially (theater), one used for illuminating a stage; (by extension, also attributive) a long bar, usually metal, affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, scenery, etc.specifically
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishnounA long, narrow strip, originally of wood but now also of fibreglass, metal, etc., used for various purposes aboard a ship; especially one attached to a mast or spar for protection, one holding down the edge of a tarpaulin covering a hatch to prevent water from entering the hatch, one inserted in a pocket sewn on a sail to keep it flat, or one from which a hammock is suspended.nautical transportspecifically
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishnounThe movable bar of a loom, which strikes home or closes the threads of a woof.business manufacturing textiles weavingspecifically
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbTo furnish (something) with battens (noun sense 1).transitive
long bar affixed to the ceiling or fly system and used to support curtains, etc.battenEnglishverbChiefly followed by down: to fasten or secure (a hatch, opening, etc.) using battens (noun sense 2.2).nautical transporttransitive
loophole漏洞Chinesenounleak; hole
loophole漏洞Chinesenounloophole (in rules and regulations)figuratively
loophole漏洞Chinesenounhole (in computer programs)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesfiguratively
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounA specific pitch.entertainment lifestyle music
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnoun(in the diatonic scale) An interval of a major second.entertainment lifestyle music
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnoun(in a Gregorian chant) A recitational melody.entertainment lifestyle music
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounThe character of a sound, especially the timbre of an instrument or voice.
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounThe pitch of a word that distinguishes a difference in meaning, for example in Chinese.human-sciences linguistics sciences
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounA whining style of speaking; a kind of mournful or artificial strain of voice; an affected speaking with a measured rhythm and a regular rise and fall of the voice.dated
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounThe manner in which speech or writing is expressed.literature media publishing
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounState of mind; temper; mood.obsolete
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounThe shade or quality of a colour.
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounThe favourable effect of a picture produced by the combination of light and shade, or of colours.
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounThe definition and firmness of a muscle or organ; see also: tonus.
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounThe state of a living body or of any of its organs or parts in which the functions are healthy and performed with due vigor.biology natural-sciences
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounNormal tension or responsiveness to stimuli.biology natural-sciences
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnouna gunslang
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounThe general character, atmosphere, mood, or vibe (of a situation, place, etc.).figuratively
make (something) firmertoneEnglishnounThe quality of being respectable or admirable.figuratively
make (something) firmertoneEnglishverbto give a particular tone totransitive
make (something) firmertoneEnglishverbto change the colour oftransitive
make (something) firmertoneEnglishverbto make (something) firmertransitive
make (something) firmertoneEnglishverbto utter with an affected tone.transitive
make (something) firmertoneEnglishpronthe one (of two)dialectal
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishadjContaining nothing; empty; not occupied or filled.not-comparable
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishadjHaving no incumbent; unoccupied; said of offices etc.not-comparable
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishadjBeing without; destitute; devoid.not-comparable with-of
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishadjNot producing any effect; ineffectual; vain.not-comparable
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishadjOf no legal force or effect, incapable of confirmation or ratification.not-comparable
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishadjContaining no immaterial quality; destitute of mind or soul.not-comparable
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishadjThat does not return a value; a procedure.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencesnot-comparable of a function or method
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishadjHaving no cards in a particular suit.bridge gamesnot-comparable
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishnounAn empty space; a vacuum.
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishnounAn extended region of space containing no galaxies.astronomy natural-sciences
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishnounA collection of adjacent vacancies inside a crystal lattice.
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishnounA pocket of vapour inside a fluid flow, created by cavitation.
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishnounAn empty space between floors or walls, including false separations and planned gaps between a building and its facade.business construction manufacturing
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishnounA black cat.Internet endearing humorous
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishnounAn empty place; A location that has nothing useful.
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishnounThe lack of cards in a particular suit.bridge games
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishverbTo make invalid or worthless.transitive
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishverbTo empty.medicine sciencestransitive
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishverbTo throw or send out; to evacuate; to emit; to discharge.
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishverbTo withdraw, depart.intransitive obsolete
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishverbTo remove the contents of; to make or leave vacant or empty; to quit; to leave.obsolete transitive
make invalid or worthlessvoidEnglishnounA voidee.archaic historical
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A river in Western Asia, in the Middle East, that empties into the Dead Sea, flowing through Israel, the Golan Heights, the West Bank and Jordan.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A country in Western Asia, in the Middle East. Official name: Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Capital and largest city: Ammancountable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / The name of other rivers around the world, listed under Jordan River (disambiguation).countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Washington Township, Daviess County, Indiana.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Morgan Township, Owen County, Indiana.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Boone County, Iowa.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Fulton County, Kentucky.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A city in Scott County, Minnesota.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A neighbourhood of Minneapolis, Minnesota.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Hickory County, Missouri.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A small town, the county seat of Garfield County, Montana.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A village in Onondaga County, New York.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Johnston County, North Carolina.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Linn County, Oregon.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A town in Green County, Wisconsin.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Hull, Portage County, Wisconsin.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A number of places in the United States: / A number of townships in the United States, listed under Jordan Township.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A community in Lincoln, Regional Municipality of Niagara, Ontario, Canada.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A small suburb of Rotherham, South Yorkshire, England (OS grid ref SK4092).countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / An area in Yau Tsim Mong district, Kowloon, Hong Kong.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA placename: / A municipality, the capital of Guimaras province, Philippines.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA unisex given name from Hebrew / A male given name from Hebrew; in the Middle Ages given to children baptized with Jordan water brought by crusaders.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA unisex given name from Hebrew / A female given name from Hebrew, of mid-20th century and later usage.countable uncountable
male given nameJordanEnglishnameA surname transferred from the given name derived from the male given name.countable uncountable
manমানুষBengalinounperson, human
manমানুষBengalinounpeople, mankind, humanity
manমানুষBengalinounman
mass of an atomatomic massEnglishnounThe mass of an atom.countable uncountable
mass of an atomatomic massEnglishnounatomic weight; the average mass of atoms of an element.countable proscribed uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo cause to shine briefly or intermittently.transitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo blink; to shine or illuminate intermittently.intransitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo be visible briefly.intransitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo make visible briefly.transitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo expose one's intimate body part or undergarment, often momentarily and unintentionally. (Contrast streak.)informal intransitive transitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo break forth like a sudden flood of light; to show a momentary brilliance.figuratively
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo flaunt; to display in a showy manner.
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo communicate quickly.
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo move, or cause to move, suddenly.
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo telephone a person, only allowing the phone to ring once, in order to request a call back.transitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo evaporate suddenly. (See flash evaporation.)intransitive of liquid
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo climb (a route) successfully on the first attempt.climbing hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo write to the memory of (an updatable component such as a BIOS chip or games cartridge).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo cover with a thin layer, as objects of glass with glass of a different colour.business glassmaking manufacturingtransitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo expand (blown glass) into a disc.business glassmaking manufacturingtransitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo send by some startling or sudden means.transitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo burst out into violence.intransitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo perform a flash.arts hobbies juggling lifestyle performing-arts sports
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo release the pressure from a pressurized vessel.engineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciences
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo trick up in a showy manner.obsolete transitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishverbTo strike and throw up large bodies of water from the surface; to splash.obsolete transitive
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA sudden, short, temporary burst of light.countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA very short amount of time.countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA flashlight; an electric torch.US colloquial countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA sudden and brilliant burst, as of genius or wit.countable figuratively uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounPizzazz, razzle-dazzle.figuratively uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounMaterial left around the edge of a moulded part at the parting line of the mould.countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounThe strips of bright cloth or buttons worn around the collars of market traders.Britain Cockney countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA pattern where each prop is thrown and caught only once.arts hobbies juggling lifestyle performing-arts sportscountable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA language, created by a minority to maintain cultural identity, that cannot be understood by the ruling class.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounClipping of camera flash (“a device used to produce a flash of artificial light to help illuminate a scene”).arts hobbies lifestyle photographyabbreviation alt-of clipping countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA preparation of capsicum, burnt sugar, etc., for colouring liquor to make it look stronger.archaic countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA form of military insignia.government military politics warcountable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounClipping of flash memory.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of clipping uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounAny of various lycaenid butterflies of the genera Artipe, Deudorix and Rapala.countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA tattoo flash (example design on paper to give an idea of a possible tattoo).countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounThe sudden sensation of being "high" after taking a recreational drug.countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounSynonym of flashback (“recurrence of the effects of a hallucinogenic drug”)countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA newsflash.countable dated uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA brief exposure or making visible (of a smile, badge, etc).countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounThe (intentional or unintentional) exposure of an intimate body part or undergarment in public.countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounShort for hook flash.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunicationsabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishadjExpensive-looking and demanding attention; stylish; showy.Australia British New-Zealand slang
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishadjHaving plenty of ready money.UK of a person
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishadjLiable to show off expensive possessions or money.UK of a person
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishadjOccurring very rapidly, almost instantaneously.US slang
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishadjRelating to thieves and vagabonds.obsolete slang
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA pool.
material left around the edge of a moulded partflashEnglishnounA reservoir and sluiceway beside a navigable stream, just above a shoal, so that the stream may pour in water as boats pass, and thus bear them over the shoal.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
mathematics: having easy to handle propertieswell-behavedEnglishadjHaving good manners and acting properly; conforming to standards of good behaviour.
mathematics: having easy to handle propertieswell-behavedEnglishadjHaving intuitive, easy to handle properties, especially: having a finite derivative of all orders at all points, and having no discontinuities.mathematics sciences
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishnounA single aspect of a given thing.
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishnounA measure of spatial extent in a particular direction, such as height, width or breadth, or depth.
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishnounA construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished.
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishnounThe number of independent coordinates needed to specify uniquely the location of a point in a space; also, any of such independent coordinates.geometry mathematics sciences
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishnounThe number of elements of any basis of a vector space.linear-algebra mathematics sciences
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishnounOne of the physical properties that are regarded as fundamental measures of a physical quantity, such as mass, length and time.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishnounAny of the independent ranges of indices in a multidimensional array.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishnounA universe or plane of existence.fantasy literature media publishing science-fiction
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishverbTo mark, cut or shape something to specified dimensions.transitive
measure of spatial extentdimensionEnglishverbTo specify the size of (an array or similar data structure); to allocate.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencestransitive
mental apprehension of whatever may be known or imagined; an idea; a conceptionnotionEnglishnounMental apprehension of whatever may be known, thought, or imagined; idea, concept.
mental apprehension of whatever may be known or imagined; an idea; a conceptionnotionEnglishnounA sentiment; an opinion.
mental apprehension of whatever may be known or imagined; an idea; a conceptionnotionEnglishnounSense; mind.obsolete
mental apprehension of whatever may be known or imagined; an idea; a conceptionnotionEnglishnounAn invention; an ingenious device; a knickknack.colloquial
mental apprehension of whatever may be known or imagined; an idea; a conceptionnotionEnglishnounAny small article used in sewing and haberdashery, either for attachment to garments or as a tool, such as a button, zipper, or thimble.
mental apprehension of whatever may be known or imagined; an idea; a conceptionnotionEnglishnounInclination; intention; predisposition; disposition.colloquial
methods of enforcement and rules of procedureadjectiveEnglishnounA word that modifies a noun or noun phrase or describes a noun’s referent.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
methods of enforcement and rules of procedureadjectiveEnglishnounA dependent; an accessory.obsolete
methods of enforcement and rules of procedureadjectiveEnglishadjAdjectival; pertaining to or functioning as an adjective.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
methods of enforcement and rules of procedureadjectiveEnglishadjApplying to methods of enforcement and rules of procedure.lawnot-comparable
methods of enforcement and rules of procedureadjectiveEnglishadjNeeding the use of a mordant to be made fast to that which is being dyed.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable of a dye
methods of enforcement and rules of procedureadjectiveEnglishadjIncapable of independent function.not-comparable obsolete
methods of enforcement and rules of procedureadjectiveEnglishverbTo make an adjective of; to form or convert into an adjective.transitive
methods of enforcement and rules of procedureadjectiveEnglishverbTo characterize with an adjective; to describe by using an adjective.as a participle transitive
momentous, significant, setting or sealing ones fatefatefulEnglishadjMomentous, significant, setting or sealing one’s fate.
momentous, significant, setting or sealing ones fatefatefulEnglishadjDetermined in advance by fate, fated.
multiplication, factorization; factordenominatorEnglishnounThe number or expression written below the line in a fraction (such as 2 in ½).arithmetic
multiplication, factorization; factordenominatorEnglishnounOne who gives a name to something.
municipality in Minas Gerais, BrazilCoimbraEnglishnameA district in central Portugal.
municipality in Minas Gerais, BrazilCoimbraEnglishnameA city and municipality of Coimbra district, Portugal.
municipality in Minas Gerais, BrazilCoimbraEnglishnameA municipality of Minas Gerais, Brazil
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadvIn a direction away from the speaker or other reference point.not-comparable
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadvInto a state of non-operation or non-existence.not-comparable
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadvSo as to remove or separate, or be removed or separated.not-comparable
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadvOffstage.entertainment lifestyle theaternot-comparable
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadvUsed in various other ways specific to individual idiomatic phrases, e.g. bring off, show off, put off, tell off, etc. See the entry for the individual phrase.not-comparable
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjInoperative, disabled.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjCancelled; not happening.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjNot fitted; not being worn.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjRancid, rotten, gone bad.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjDisgusting, repulsive, abhorrent.Australia broadly slang
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjLess than normal, in temperament or in result.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjInappropriate; untoward.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjCircumstanced.in phrases such as 'well off' usually
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjStarted on the way.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjFar; off to the side.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjDesignating a time when one is not strictly attentive to business or affairs, or is absent from a post, and, hence, a time when affairs are not urgent.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjDesignating a time when one is not performing to the best of one's abilities.in phrases such as 'off day'
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjPresently unavailable. (of a dish on a menu)
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjOn the side furthest from the kerb (the right-hand side if one drives on the left).Britain in relation to a vehicle
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishadjIn, or towards the half of the field away from the batsman's legs; the right side for a right-handed batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishprepNot positioned upon, or away from a position upon.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishprepDetached, separated, excluded or disconnected from; away from a position of attachment or connection to.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishprepUsed to indicate the location or direction of one thing relative to another, implying adjacency or accessibility via.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishprepUsed to express location at sea relative to land or mainland.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishprepRemoved or subtracted from.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishprepNo longer wanting or taking.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishprepOut of the possession of.colloquial
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishprepPlaced after a number (of products or parts, as if a unit), in commerce or engineering.
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishverbTo kill.slang transitive
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishverbTo switch off.Nigeria Philippines Singapore transitive
no longer wanting or takingoffEnglishnounBeginning; starting point.uncountable usually
nose cone of a missile or shellnose capEnglishnounA protective cap on the end of a gunstock.historical
nose cone of a missile or shellnose capEnglishnounThe protective covering on the end of an aircraft fuselage.aeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
nose cone of a missile or shellnose capEnglishnounThe nose cone of a missile or shell, often containing explosives or a timer.
not conforming to rule or system, deviating from typeabnormalEnglishadjNot conforming to rule or system; deviating from the usual or normal type.
not conforming to rule or system, deviating from typeabnormalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to that which is irregular, in particular, behaviour that deviates from norms of social propriety or accepted standards of mental health.
not conforming to rule or system, deviating from typeabnormalEnglishnounA person or object that is not normal.
not saltedunsaltedEnglishadjTo which salt has not been added.not-comparable
not saltedunsaltedEnglishadjWithout a cryptographic salt.computing cryptography engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
obsessed with deathmacabreEnglishadjRepresenting or personifying death.
obsessed with deathmacabreEnglishadjObsessed with death or the gruesome.
obsessed with deathmacabreEnglishadjGhastly, shocking, terrifying.
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjclean (which is not dirty, has no stains, no undesirable substances, etc.)of objects
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjclean (such that it has no dirt, stains, etc. on any body part, clothes, etc.)of living beings
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjpure, clean (not containing any unnecessary or undesirable impurities)of substances
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjclean (such that it does not pollute the environment)of technology
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjclean, empty, clear (in which something is not; which is not filled with, taken by, something; from which something was removed)
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjnet (calculated by excluding certain component elements)of money
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjpure (such that no other species are involved in its origin)of living beings
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjpure, genuine, real (such that no other ethnic or social group, no other kinds of people are involved in a person's origin)of people
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjpure (existing by itself, without depending on others; not applied, not used for some goal outside of itself)of topics
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjclean, pure, perfect (fully meeting a certain set of requirements, criteria, ideals, etc.)
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjpure, innocent (which corresponds consistently to certain moral norms or ideals)of people
of "corresponding to certain ideals"tīrsLatvianadjpure, sheer, perfect (which has all the relevant features and characteristics of its type)
of an animal or of a vehicle, to turn upside down反肚Chineseadjfacing up (of one's belly)Min-Nan
of an animal or of a vehicle, to turn upside down反肚Chineseadjdead (of fish or people)Min-Nan euphemistic
of an animal or of a vehicle, to turn upside down反肚Chineseadjnauseated; queasyTaiwanese-Hokkien Xiamen
of an animal or of a vehicle, to turn upside down反肚Chineseverbto turn upside down and expose the belly, as a sign of deathCantonese of a fish
of an animal or of a vehicle, to turn upside down反肚Chineseverbto turn upside downCantonese of an animal
of an animal or of a vehicle, to turn upside down反肚Chineseverbto turn upside downCantonese broadly of a vehicle
of land, left unseededfallowEnglishnounGround ploughed and harrowed but left unseeded for one year.agriculture business lifestyleuncountable
of land, left unseededfallowEnglishnounUncultivated land.agriculture business lifestyleuncountable
of land, left unseededfallowEnglishnounThe ploughing or tilling of land, without sowing it for a season.countable uncountable
of land, left unseededfallowEnglishadjPloughed but left unseeded for more than one planting season.of agricultural land
of land, left unseededfallowEnglishadjLeft unworked and uncropped for some amount of time.of agricultural land
of land, left unseededfallowEnglishadjInactive; undeveloped.figuratively
of land, left unseededfallowEnglishverbTo make land fallow for agricultural purposes.transitive
of land, left unseededfallowEnglishadjOf a pale red or yellow, light brown; dun.color
of nounhamstrerNorwegian Bokmålnounindefinite plural of hamsterform-of indefinite masculine plural
of nounhamstrerNorwegian Bokmålverbpresent of hamstreform-of present
of, relating to or occurring in early morningmatutineEnglishadjOf or relating to early morning; occurring in the early morning; matutinal.not-comparable
of, relating to or occurring in early morningmatutineEnglishadjBefore the sun (of the rising of a planet or star); that rises before the sun (of a planet or star).astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencesnot-comparable
of, relating to, or functioning in digestiondigestiveEnglishadjOf, relating to, or functioning in digestion.
of, relating to, or functioning in digestiondigestiveEnglishadjThat causes or promotes digestion.
of, relating to, or functioning in digestiondigestiveEnglishnounA substance that aids digestion.
of, relating to, or functioning in digestiondigestiveEnglishnounA digestive biscuit.Canada Ireland UK
ointmentjrt-ḥrEgyptiannamethe actual Eye of Horus in mythology
ointmentjrt-ḥrEgyptiannamethe offering given to the deceased / an ointment used in mummificationin funerary offering spells
ointmentjrt-ḥrEgyptiannamethe offering given to the deceased / an epithet for winein funerary offering spells in wine texts
ointmentjrt-ḥrEgyptiannamethe offering given to the deceased / an epithet for wꜣḏ-cosmeticin cosmetic texts in funerary offering spells
ointmentjrt-ḥrEgyptiannamethe offering given to the deceased / an epithet for waterin funerary offering spells in qbḥw texts
ointmentjrt-ḥrEgyptiannameepithet for various goddesses as the personified eyes of Horus
ointmentjrt-ḥrEgyptiannamean epithet for fire
old mangrampsEnglishnounGrandpa, grandfather.colloquial humorous
old mangrampsEnglishnounOld man.broadly derogatory
old mangrampsEnglishnounplural of grampform-of plural
oncequondamLatinadvat a certain time, at one time, once, heretofore, formerlynot-comparable
oncequondamLatinadvsometimesnot-comparable
one who does not contribute or pay appropriatelyfreeloaderEnglishnounOne who does not contribute or pay appropriately; one who gets a free ride, etc. without paying a fair share.colloquial
one who does not contribute or pay appropriatelyfreeloaderEnglishnounAn individual who takes expired unsold merchandise from the back of supermarket premises.Canada New-Zealand UK
one who scoresscorerEnglishnounOne who scores.
one who scoresscorerEnglishnounOne who keeps track of scores in a game; a scorekeeper.
one who scoresscorerEnglishnounEither of a pair of people, one provided by each side, who record in a specially formatted book, every ball bowled, every run scored, and every wicket that fallsball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
only, justréttIcelandicnounfold, pen (for sheep, etc.)feminine
only, justréttIcelandicnounpaddock, corralfeminine
only, justréttIcelandicnounrounding-up of sheepfeminine in-plural
only, justréttIcelandicadvrightly, correctly
only, justréttIcelandicadvstraight
only, justréttIcelandicadvonly, just
only, justréttIcelandicadjinflection of réttur: / feminine singular nominative strong positive degreefeminine nominative positive singular strong
only, justréttIcelandicadjinflection of réttur: / neuter nominative strong positive degreeneuter nominative positive strong
only, justréttIcelandicadjinflection of réttur: / neuter accusative strong positive degreeaccusative neuter positive strong
only, justréttIcelandicverbsupine of réttaform-of supine
orderEurypygiformesTranslingualnameThe sunbittern and kagu / A taxonomic order within the class Aves.dated
orderEurypygiformesTranslingualnameThe sunbittern and kagu / A taxonomic order within the class Reptilia.
orderly listcalendarEnglishnounAny system by which time is divided into days, weeks, months, and years.
orderly listcalendarEnglishnounA means to determine the date consisting of a document containing dates and other temporal information.
orderly listcalendarEnglishnounA list of planned events.
orderly listcalendarEnglishnounAn orderly list or enumeration of persons, things, or events; a schedule.
orderly listcalendarEnglishnounAn appointment book (US), appointment diary (UK)US
orderly listcalendarEnglishverbTo set a date for a proceeding in court, usually done by a judge at a calendar call.law
orderly listcalendarEnglishverbTo enter or write in a calendar; to register.
originating in the heartcardiogenicEnglishadjOriginating in the heart.not-comparable
originating in the heartcardiogenicEnglishadjResulting from a disorder of the heart.not-comparable
other dialectstáblaIrishnountable / inscribed slabUlster masculine
other dialectstáblaIrishnountable / list of factsUlster masculine
other dialectstáblaIrishnountable / paradigmUlster masculine
overcast陰暗Chineseadjdark; poorly lit; unilluminated
overcast陰暗Chineseadjovercast; gloomyof the sky
overcast陰暗Chineseadjgloomy; somber; depressed
overcast陰暗Chineseadjdishonest; devious; shady
passive quietnessquietismEnglishnounA form of mysticism involving quiet contemplation.countable uncountable
passive quietnessquietismEnglishnounA state of passive quietness.countable uncountable
paternal maleguakongEnglishnounmaternal grandfather; maternal grandpa.Philippines colloquial
paternal maleguakongEnglishnounterm of address for one's maternal grandfatherPhilippines colloquial
pathمسلكArabicnounroad, path
pathمسلكArabicnouninstitution
pathمسلكArabicnounrule of conduct, prescript
pathمسلكArabicnounmanner, ways, method
pathمسلكArabicnounrow, line, furrow
penisdickEnglishnounA male person.countable obsolete
penisdickEnglishnounA detective, especially one working for the police; a police officer.countable slang
penisdickEnglishnounThe penis.countable slang uncountable vulgar
penisdickEnglishnounA highly contemptible person; a jerk.Australia Britain Ireland New-Zealand US countable derogatory slang vulgar
penisdickEnglishnounAbsolutely nothing.Canada US slang uncommon uncountable vulgar
penisdickEnglishnounSexual intercourse with a man.slang uncountable vulgar
penisdickEnglishverbTo mistreat or take advantage of somebody (often with around or up).slang transitive vulgar
penisdickEnglishverbTo penetrate sexually.of a man slang transitive vulgar
penisdickEnglishnounA detective.US dated slang
penisdickEnglishnounA declaration.obsolete
penisdickEnglishnumTen, in Cumbrian sheep counting.Cumbria
person who favors the abolitionabolitionistEnglishadjIn favor of the abolition of slavery.historical
person who favors the abolitionabolitionistEnglishnounA person who favors the abolition of any particular institution or practice.
person who favors the abolitionabolitionistEnglishnounA person who favored or advocated the abolition of slavery.US historical
person's facedialEnglishnounA graduated, circular scale over which a needle moves to show a measurement (such as speed).
person's facedialEnglishnounA clock face.
person's facedialEnglishnounA sundial.
person's facedialEnglishnounA panel on a radio etc showing wavelengths or channels; a knob that is turned to change the wavelength etc.
person's facedialEnglishnounA disk with finger holes on a telephone; used to select the number to be called.
person's facedialEnglishnounA person's face.Australia UK slang
person's facedialEnglishnounA miner's compass.
person's facedialEnglishverbTo control or select something with a dial, or (figuratively) as if with a dial.transitive
person's facedialEnglishverbTo select a number, or to call someone, on a telephone.transitive
person's facedialEnglishverbTo use a dial or a telephone.intransitive
pertaining or resembling tintinnyEnglishadjOf or pertaining to or resembling tin.
pertaining or resembling tintinnyEnglishadjPertaining to the thinness and cheapness of tin or similar-looking metals, in contrast to a heavier, more valuable metal.
pertaining or resembling tintinnyEnglishadjPertaining to a thin, unpleasant sound recalling that of tin being rapped.
pertaining or resembling tintinnyEnglishnounAlternative form of tinniealt-of alternative
phonetics: pronounced with the tongue between the top and bottom teethinterdentalEnglishadjPertaining to the space between the teeth.
phonetics: pronounced with the tongue between the top and bottom teethinterdentalEnglishadjPronounced with the tongue between the top and bottom teeth.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
phonetics: pronounced with the tongue between the top and bottom teethinterdentalEnglishnounA speech sound pronounced with the tongue between the top and bottom teeth.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
phonetics: pronounced with the tongue between the top and bottom teethinterdentalEnglishnounA small toothbrush for cleaning in between adjacent teeth.dentistry medicine sciences
plant of the genus NelumbolotusEnglishnounA kind of aquatic plant, genus Nelumbo in the family Nelumbonaceae.
plant of the genus NelumbolotusEnglishnounA water lily, genus Nymphaea, especially those of Egypt or India.
plant of the genus NelumbolotusEnglishnounA legendary plant eaten by the Lotophagi of the Odyssey that caused drowsiness and euphoria.
plant of the genus NelumbolotusEnglishnounA number of other plants bearing lotus in their scientific or common names (see Derived terms below). / Diospyros lotus, date plum or Caucasian persimmon.
plant of the genus NelumbolotusEnglishnounA number of other plants bearing lotus in their scientific or common names (see Derived terms below). / Lotus, a terrestrial genus with small flowers that includes bird's-foot trefoils and deervetches.
plant of the genus NelumbolotusEnglishnounA number of other plants bearing lotus in their scientific or common names (see Derived terms below). / Ziziphus lotus, a shrub species with edible fruit.
plant of the genus NelumbolotusEnglishnounAn architectural motif of ancient Egyptian temples.
plant of the genus NelumbolotusEnglishnounShort for lotus position.abbreviation alt-of
pleasantnessamenityEnglishnounPleasantness.countable uncountable
pleasantnessamenityEnglishnounA thing or circumstance that is welcome and makes life a little easier or more pleasant.countable uncountable
pleasantnessamenityEnglishnounConvenience.countable uncountable
pleasantnessamenityEnglishnounA unit pertaining to the infrastructure of a community, such as a public toilet, a postbox, a library, etc.cartography geography natural-sciencescountable uncountable
poleprăjinăRomaniannounpolefeminine
poleprăjinăRomaniannounpole in pole-vaultingfeminine
poleprăjinăRomaniannounepithet for a very tall and thin personfeminine figuratively
ponssildEstoniannounbridge / A construction spanning across a waterway, road, etc. allowing the flow of traffic.
ponssildEstoniannounbridge / A spiritual connection.
ponssildEstoniannounbridge / An elevated platform above the upper deck of a ship from which it is navigated.nautical transport
ponssildEstoniannounbridge / A non-movable denture replacing one or several adjacent teeth supported by natural teethdentistry medicine sciences
ponssildEstoniannounbridge / bridge position, backbenddance dancing government gymnastics hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war wrestling
ponssildEstoniannounjetty, wharf, dock, pier
ponssildEstoniannounjetty, wharf, dock, pier / A temporary structure for mooring.
ponssildEstoniannounaxle, axletree
ponssildEstoniannounaxle, axletree / A bar or beam of a motor vehicle connecting the opposite wheels, on which the frame rests.
ponssildEstoniannounpons
ponssildEstoniannounpons / A part of the brain located between the midbrain and the medulla oblongata.anatomy medicine neuroanatomy neurology neuroscience sciences
positionthroneEnglishnounAn impressive seat used by a monarch, often on a raised dais in a throne room and reserved for formal occasions.
positionthroneEnglishnounLeadership, particularly the position of a monarch.figuratively
positionthroneEnglishnounThe seat of a bishop in the cathedral-church of his diocese; also, the seat of a pope.
positionthroneEnglishnounOther seats / A seat used for urination or defecation, such as a chamber pot, toilet, or the seat of an outhouse.euphemistic humorous
positionthroneEnglishnounOther seats / A kind of stool used by drummers.entertainment lifestyle musichumorous
positionthroneEnglishnounA member of an order of angels ranked above dominions and below cherubim.Christianity
positionthroneEnglishverbTo place on a royal seat; to enthrone.archaic transitive
positionthroneEnglishverbTo place in an elevated position; to give sovereignty or dominion to; to exalt.archaic transitive
positionthroneEnglishverbTo be in, or sit upon, a throne; to be placed as if upon a throne.archaic intransitive
producing distorted imagesanamorphicEnglishadjProducing various optically distorted images.not-comparable
producing distorted imagesanamorphicEnglishadjOf or relating to the anamorph, an asexual stage in the development of certain fungi.biology mycology natural-sciencesnot-comparable
producing giddinessdizzyEnglishadjExperiencing a sensation of whirling and of being giddy, unbalanced, or lightheaded.
producing giddinessdizzyEnglishadjProducing giddiness.
producing giddinessdizzyEnglishadjEmpty-headed, scatterbrained or frivolous; ditzy.
producing giddinessdizzyEnglishadjsimple, half-witted.UK Yorkshire dialectal
producing giddinessdizzyEnglishverbTo make (someone or something) dizzy; to bewilder.transitive
producing giddinessdizzyEnglishnounA distributor (device in internal combustion engine).automotive transport vehiclesslang
progress or movementproceedingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of proceedform-of gerund participle present
progress or movementproceedingEnglishnounThe act of one who proceeds, or who prosecutes a design or transaction
progress or movementproceedingEnglishnounAn event or happening; something that happens
progress or movementproceedingEnglishnounA published collection of papers presented at an academic conference, or representing the acts of a learned society.
progress or movementproceedingEnglishnounProgress or movement from one thing to another.
progress or movementproceedingEnglishnounA measure or step taken in a course of business; a transaction
progress or movementproceedingEnglishnounAny legal action, especially one that is not a lawsuit.law
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounThe quality of being resonant.uncountable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounA resonant sound, echo, or reverberation, such as that produced by blowing over the top of a bottle.countable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounThe sound produced by a hollow body part such as the chest cavity upon auscultation, especially that produced while the patient is speaking.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounSomething that evokes an association, or a strong emotion; something that strikes a chord.countable figuratively uncountable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounThe increase in the amplitude of an oscillation of a system under the influence of a periodic force whose frequency is close to that of the system's natural frequency.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounA short-lived subatomic particle or state of atomic excitation that results from the collision of atomic particles.countable uncountable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounAn increase in the strength or duration of a musical tone produced by sympathetic vibration.countable uncountable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounThe property of a compound that can be visualized as having two structures differing only in the distribution of electrons.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounAn influence of the gravitational forces of one orbiting object on the orbit of another, causing periodic perturbations.astronomy natural-sciencescountable uncountable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounThe condition where the inductive and capacitive reactances have equal magnitude.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
property of a compound; mesomerismresonanceEnglishnounA quality of human relationship with the world.human-sciences sciences social-science sociologycountable uncountable
provide a cluehintEnglishnounA clue.
provide a cluehintEnglishnounAn implicit suggestion that avoids a direct statement.
provide a cluehintEnglishnounA small, barely detectable amount.
provide a cluehintEnglishnounInformation in a computer-based font that suggests how the outlines of the font's glyphs should be distorted in order to produce, at specific sizes, a visually appealing pixel-based rendering; an instance of hinting.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
provide a cluehintEnglishnounAn instruction to the database engine as to how a query should be executed, for example whether to use an index or not.computing databases engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
provide a cluehintEnglishnounAn opportunity; occasion; fit time.obsolete
provide a cluehintEnglishverbTo imply without a direct statement; to provide a clue.intransitive
provide a cluehintEnglishverbTo bring to mind by a slight mention or remote allusion; to suggest in an indirect manner.transitive
provide a cluehintEnglishverbTo develop and add hints to a font.transitive
provide a cluehintEnglishintjSignifies that something previously said should be taken as a hint or heeded closely.often reduplication
provincePescaraEnglishnameA province of Abruzzo, Italy.
provincePescaraEnglishnameThe capital city of the province of Pescara, Abruzzo, Italy.
qualityprovinsialismiFinnishnounprovincialism (quality of being provincial)
qualityprovinsialismiFinnishnounprovincialism (word or locution characteristic of a region or district)human-sciences linguistics sciences
questionable阿里不達Chineseadjquestionable; shady; boorish; uselessTaiwanese-Hokkien Xiamen
questionable阿里不達Chineseadjmuddled; sloppyQuanzhou Taiwanese-Hokkien Xiamen of how one speaks or does something
quid si? (what if?)quidLatinpronneuter nominative/accusative singular of quisaccusative form-of neuter nominative singular
quid si? (what if?)quidLatinpronwhat, how?
quid si? (what if?)quidLatinadvwhy? what for?not-comparable
quid si? (what if?)quidLatinintjwell, why, what?
raglapDutchnounA rag, a piece of cloth.masculine
raglapDutchnounA patch, a piece of cloth.masculine
raglapDutchnounA slice of meat.masculine
raglapDutchnounA plot, a tract (of ground).masculine
raglapDutchnounA bloke, dude, bum; especially a drunk or objectionable one.masculine obsolete
raglapDutchintjexclamation of dismay, disappointmentBelgium
raglapDutchverbinflection of lappen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
raglapDutchverbinflection of lappen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
realistictodenmukainenFinnishadjtruthful
realistictodenmukainenFinnishadjrealistic
recreation of sea battles in Ancient RomenaumachiaEnglishnounThe recreation of a sea battle staged for entertainment.nautical transporthistorical in Ancient Rome
recreation of sea battles in Ancient RomenaumachiaEnglishnounThe location where such recreated sea battles took place; a building featuring an artificial body of water.historical
related to comedycomicEnglishadjPertaining to comedy, as a literary genre.
related to comedycomicEnglishadjUsing the techniques of comedy, as a composition, performer etc; amusing, entertaining.
related to comedycomicEnglishadjUnintentionally humorous; amusing, ridiculous.
related to comedycomicEnglishnounA comedian.
related to comedycomicEnglishnounA story composed of drawn images arranged in a sequence, usually with textual captions; a graphic novel.
related to comedycomicEnglishnounA children's magazine.Britain
request someone's returncall backEnglishnounMisspelling of callback.alt-of misspelling
request someone's returncall backEnglishverbTo request someone's return.
request someone's returncall backEnglishverbTo telephone someone again at a more convenient time.
request someone's returncall backEnglishverbTo return to a shop or residence one has previously visited.
retireamoveoLatinverbto remove from, move, put, or take awayconjugation-2
retireamoveoLatinverbto withdraw, retireconjugation-2 especially with reflexive
retireamoveoLatinverbto take away by stealth, steal, or snatchconjugation-2
retireamoveoLatinverbto avert, allaybroadly conjugation-2
retireamoveoLatinverbto get rid of, exile, banishbroadly conjugation-2
retireamoveoLatinverbto put away, cast off, dissociateconjugation-2 of abstract ideas
roundpole fencehafelleNorwegian Nynorsknouna roundpole fencefeminine
roundpole fencehafelleNorwegian Nynorsknouna primitive fence made from hewn bushes and or felled treesfeminine
runneranchormanEnglishnounThe main host of a television or radio program, particularly one relating to the broadcast of news.broadcasting media radio television
runneranchormanEnglishnounThe most reliable runner in a relay team, usually the one that runs last.athletics hobbies lifestyle sports
runneranchormanEnglishnounThe person on a ship in charge of the anchor.nautical transport
runneranchormanEnglishnounThe last player in sequence, seated furthest to the right of the dealer.blackjack games
screeningrostaHungariannounriddle, sifter, sieve (a device to separate larger objects from smaller objects)
screeningrostaHungariannounscreening (the process of filtering out the less acceptable quality from something)
seat of emotionhjartaIcelandicnounheart (muscle)neuter
seat of emotionhjartaIcelandicnounheart (seat of emotion)neuter
seat of emotionhjartaIcelandicnounheart, hearts (♥)card-games gamesneuter
seeανακάτωμαGreeknounconfusion, disorder
seeανακάτωμαGreeknounmuddle, mix-up
seeανακάτωμαGreeknounblending, mixing
seeανακάτωμαGreeknounnausea, sicknessmedicine physiology sciences
seeαρειμανίωςGreekadvbellicosely, in a warlike manner
seeαρειμανίωςGreekadvarrogantly
set of encoded computer instructionssoftwareEnglishnounEncoded computer instructions, usually modifiable (unless stored in some form of unalterable memory such as ROM).computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesuncountable
set of encoded computer instructionssoftwareEnglishnounThe human beings involved in warfare, as opposed to hardware such as weapons and vehicles.government military politics waruncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounAny viscous liquid or paste, such as a lubricant, used in preparing a surface.uncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounAn absorbent material used to hold a liquid.uncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounAny varnish used to coat a part, such as an airplane wing or a hot-air balloon in order to waterproof, strengthen, etc.aeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounAny of various recreational substances: / An opiate, now particularly heroin.countable slang uncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounAny of various recreational substances: / Marijuana.countable slang uncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounAny of various recreational substances: / Any of various recreational substancesslang uncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounInformation, usually from an inside source, originally in horse racing and other sports.slang uncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounBallistic data on previously fired rounds, used to calculate the required hold over a target.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponryuncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounA stupid person.countable slang
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounDessert topping.US countable uncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishnounA soft drink. Otherwise known as soda or pop.Appalachia countable uncountable
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishverbTo affect with drugs.slang transitive
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishverbTo treat with dope (lubricant, etc.).transitive
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishverbTo add a dopant such as arsenic to (a pure semiconductor such as silicon).business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicstransitive
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishverbTo use drugs; especially, to use prohibited performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) in sporting competitions.hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishverbTo judge or guess; to predict the result of.dated slang transitive
slang: any narcoticdopeEnglishadjAmazing; cool.slang
small細個Chineseadjsmall (in size)Cantonese
small細個Chineseadjyoung; littleCantonese
small細個Chinesenounyoungest childTeochew
small bottle or container used to hold a condimentcruetEnglishnounA small bottle or container used to hold a condiment, such as salt, pepper, oil, or vinegar, for use at a dining table.
small bottle or container used to hold a condimentcruetEnglishnounA stand for these containers.Britain
small bottle or container used to hold a condimentcruetEnglishnounA small vessel used to hold wine or water for the Eucharist.Christianity
son of Isaac and RebekahEsauEnglishnameThe son of Isaac and Rebekah and the older twin brother of Jacob.
son of Isaac and RebekahEsauEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.rare
son of Isaac and RebekahEsauEnglishnameA surname.
sound wave聲浪Chinesenounsound wavenatural-sciences physical-sciences physicsdated
sound wave聲浪Chinesenounvoice; clamorliterary
subfamilyEuphractinaeTranslingualnameThree to five genera of armadillos / A taxonomic subfamily within the family Dasypodidae.
subfamilyEuphractinaeTranslingualnameThree to five genera of armadillos / A taxonomic subfamily within the family Chlamyphoridae.
such an event in a legislative bodyroll callEnglishnounThe reading aloud of a list of names, and subsequent responses, in order to determine who is present or absent. / Such an event in a legislative body in order to determine if a quorum exists.government politics
such an event in a legislative bodyroll callEnglishnounThe reading aloud of a list of names, and subsequent responses, in order to determine who is present or absent. / The time of day fixed for such an event.
such an event in a legislative bodyroll callEnglishnounThe subset of those members of a specific group who are present or available out of the full set of all the members of said group.broadly
surnameDionneEnglishnameA French-Canadian surname from French.
surnameDionneEnglishnameA female given name from Ancient Greek, variant of Dione.
surnameFalconeEnglishnameA surname from Italian.countable
surnameFalconeEnglishnameA commune of Messina, Sicily, Italycountable uncountable
surnamePascalEnglishnameA male given name from Latin used in medieval England; today occasionally borrowed from French.countable
surnamePascalEnglishnameA surname transferred from the given name.countable
surnamePascalEnglishnameA surname transferred from the given name. / The French mathematician and physicist Blaise Pascalcountable uncountable
surnamePascalEnglishnameAn imperative procedural programming language intended to encourage good programming practices through the use of structure.computer-languages computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
symbolic representationallegoryEnglishnounA narrative in which a character, place, or event is used to deliver a broader message about real-world issues and occurrences.countable rhetoric uncountable
symbolic representationallegoryEnglishnounA picture, book, or other form of communication using such representation.countable uncountable
symbolic representationallegoryEnglishnounA symbolic representation which can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, usua