Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

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SensetextWordLanguagePart-of-speechGlossTopicsTags
-agOjibwesuffixA suffix denoting the third-person plural of an animate nounmorpheme
-agOjibwesuffixA suffix denoting the first-person singular to third person singular proximate conjunct form of an transitive animate verb (vta)morpheme
-ʼEEZHNavajorootto lead plural object 2. to stringbeads / to lead plural objectmorpheme
-ʼEEZHNavajorootto lead plural object 2. to stringbeads / 2. to stringbeadsmorpheme
AdrieDutchnamea male given name, derived from Adriaanfeminine masculine
AdrieDutchnamea female given name, derived from Adriënnefeminine masculine
Amerikaans-SamoaanseDutchnounAn American Samoan womanfeminine
Amerikaans-SamoaanseDutchadjinflection of Amerikaans-Samoaans: ## masculine/feminine singular attributive ## definite neuter singular attributive ## plural attributive / masculine/feminine singular attributiveattributive feminine form-of masculine singular
Amerikaans-SamoaanseDutchadjinflection of Amerikaans-Samoaans: ## masculine/feminine singular attributive ## definite neuter singular attributive ## plural attributive / definite neuter singular attributiveattributive definite form-of neuter singular
Amerikaans-SamoaanseDutchadjinflection of Amerikaans-Samoaans: ## masculine/feminine singular attributive ## definite neuter singular attributive ## plural attributive / plural attributiveattributive form-of plural
BalfourEnglishnameA settlement in Aberdeenshire council area, Scotland (OS grid ref NO7896).countable uncountable
BalfourEnglishnameA village in the Orkney Islands council area, Scotland, on the island of Shapinsay.countable uncountable
BalfourEnglishnameA small town in Southland, New Zealand.countable uncountable
BalfourEnglishnameA census-designated place in Henderson County, North Carolina, United States.countable uncountable
BalfourEnglishnameA city in McHenry County, North Dakota, United States.countable uncountable
BalfourEnglishnameA town in Eastern Cape, South Africa.countable uncountable
BalfourEnglishnameA town in Mpumalanga, South Africa.countable uncountable
BalfourEnglishnameA habitational surname from Scottish Gaelic.countable uncountable
BalfourEnglishnameA habitational surname from Scottish Gaelic. / Arthur Balfour, British Prime Minister.countable uncountable
BidenEnglishnameA surname.
BidenEnglishnameA surname. / Joe Biden, 46th and current president of the United States (2021–present).
BoxEnglishnameA surname.
BoxEnglishnameA village in Minchinhampton parish, south of Stroud, Gloucestershire, England (OS grid ref SO8600).
BoxEnglishnameA village and civil parish near Corsham, Wiltshire, England (OS grid ref ST8268).
C-flat majorEnglishnouna major key with the notes C♭, D♭, E♭, F♭, G♭, A♭, B♭, the key signature of which has seven flats: / a major key with the notes C♭, D♭, E♭, F♭, G♭, A♭, B♭, the key signature of which has seven flatsentertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
C-flat majorEnglishnouna chord with the notes C♭, E♭, and G♭: / a chord with the notes C♭, E♭, and G♭entertainment lifestyle musicuncountable
CleopatraEnglishnameA given name of women in the Ptolemaic dynasty of Egypt; notably Queen Cleopatra VII of Egypt (69–30 BCE); last of the Ptolemy line.
CleopatraEnglishnameA female given name from Ancient Greek.rare
CleopatraEnglishnounA woman of great seductive beauty.
CleopatraEnglishnounA variety of apple.
DavidEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew.countable uncountable
DavidEnglishnameThe second king of Judah and Israel, the successor of King Saul in the Old Testament; the son of Jesse and the father of Nathan and King Solomon.biblical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
DavidEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic common in Wales, in honor of the ancient Saint David of Wales.countable uncountable
DavidEnglishnameA female given name, often combined with a feminine middle name (e.g. David Ann).countable rare uncountable
DavidEnglishnameA place name: / A city, the capital of Chiriquí province, Panama.countable uncountable
DavidEnglishnameA place name: / A former unincorporated community in Mitchell County, Iowa, United States.countable uncountable
DavidEnglishnameA place name: / An unincorporated community and coal town in Floyd County, Kentucky, United States.countable uncountable
DeneOld EnglishnounDanesmasculine plural
DeneOld EnglishnounDenmarkmasculine plural
DunEnglishnameA river in Wiltshire and Berkshire, England, which flows into the River Kennet.
DunEnglishnameA river in Wiltshire and Hampshire, England, which flows into the River Test.
DunEnglishnameAn alternative name for the River Don in Yorkshire, England.
DunEnglishnameA river in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, alternatively named the Glendun River.
DunEnglishnameA settlement and parish in Angus council area, Scotland (OS grid ref NO6659).
ECMEnglishnameInitialism of European Common Market.economics science sciencesEuropean-Union abbreviation alt-of initialism
ECMEnglishnounInitialism of engine control module.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ECMEnglishnounAbbreviation of engineered cellular magmatic.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
ECMEnglishnounInitialism of enterprise content management.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ECMEnglishnounInitialism of exceptional case-marking.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ECMEnglishnounInitialism of extracellular matrix.medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ECMEnglishnounAbbreviation of extra-cluster medium.astronomy natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
ECMEnglishnounInitialism of electronic countermeasure.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ECMEnglishnounInitialism of elliptic curve method.mathematics sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
Eden gardenEnglishnameThe Garden of Eden.
Eden gardenEnglishnounAn idyllic place wherein innocence and perfection reign; any delightful region or abode; a wondrously abundant garden or lush natural habitat.
Eden gardenEnglishnounA state or condition of unsullied innocence.
EdizTurkishnamea female given name
EdizTurkishnamea male given name
FOADEnglishphraseInitialism of fuck off and die.abbreviation alt-of initialism vulgar
FOADEnglishphraseInitialism of fall over and die.abbreviation alt-of initialism
FeuchteGermannounhumidityfeminine
FeuchteGermannounmoistnessfeminine
FeuchteGermannounmoisturefeminine
GitterGermannounlattice, grid, mesh (of metal), grating, barsneuter strong
GitterGermannounlatticemathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences physics sciencesneuter strong
GitterGermannounbars (i.e. prison)in-plural informal neuter strong
Grand GuignolEnglishnameA Parisian theatre which specialized in grotesque and grisly horror shows.historical
Grand GuignolEnglishnameThat which thrives on grotesquery and gore.broadly
HuantaSpanishnameA province of Ayacucho, Peru
HuantaSpanishnameA town, the provincial capital of Huanta, Peru
IlìaSiciliannameAn Israelite prophet in the Abrahamic religions.lifestyle religion
IlìaSiciliannamea male given name from Hebrew.
Indian redEnglishnounAny of a variety of red or purple pigments containing ferric oxide, found in natural earth or made by chemical methods like calcinating green copperas.
Indian redEnglishnounThe colour of Indian red pigment: a variety of dark, purplish reds.
Indian redEnglishadjHaving the colour of Indian red pigment.
JerusalénSpanishnameJerusalem (the de-facto capital city of Israel)feminine
JerusalénSpanishnameJerusalem (the claimed capital city of Palestine)feminine
KelchGermannounchalice (large, often precious drinking cup with a stem)masculine strong
KelchGermannounthe chalice used for the Eucharist; (also biblical) the cup by which Jesus alludes to his crucifixion (e.g. Matthew 20:22)Christianitymasculine strong
KelchGermannouncalyxbiology botany natural-sciencesmasculine strong
LeibGermannounbodydated masculine strong
LeibGermannounby semantic narrowing more specifically / trunk, torsomasculine strong
LeibGermannounby semantic narrowing more specifically / belly, abdomen, stomachmasculine strong
LeibGermannounby semantic narrowing more specifically / wombmasculine strong
LuksemburgPolishnameLuxembourg (a small country in Western Europe) # Luxembourg, Luxembourg City (the capital city of Luxembourg) # Luxembourg (One of the twelve cantons of the country of Luxembourg, which includes its capital city) / Luxembourg (a small country in Western Europe)inanimate masculine
LuksemburgPolishnameLuxembourg (a small country in Western Europe) # Luxembourg, Luxembourg City (the capital city of Luxembourg) # Luxembourg (One of the twelve cantons of the country of Luxembourg, which includes its capital city) / Luxembourg, Luxembourg City (the capital city of Luxembourg)inanimate masculine
LuksemburgPolishnameLuxembourg (a small country in Western Europe) # Luxembourg, Luxembourg City (the capital city of Luxembourg) # Luxembourg (One of the twelve cantons of the country of Luxembourg, which includes its capital city) / Luxembourg (One of the twelve cantons of the country of Luxembourg, which includes its capital city)inanimate masculine
LuksemburgPolishnameLuxembourg (a province of Wallonia, Belgium)inanimate masculine
LustGermannoundesire; the wish to do or have somethingfeminine
LustGermannounsatisfaction of desire; pleasure; funfeminine
MaiensäßGermannouna type of low Alpine pastureland, typically featuring barns and other small buildingsSwitzerland neuter strong
MaiensäßGermannounAlpine hut (in such a landscape); châletSwitzerland neuter strong
MaklerGermannounbroker, agent, middleman, negotiatormasculine strong
MaklerGermannounrealtor, real estate agent, estate agentmasculine strong
MalakanyangTagalognameMalacañang (building)specifically
MalakanyangTagalognamethe Philippine governmentmetonymically
ManitowocEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Manitowoc County, Wisconsin, on the shore of Lake Michigan.
ManitowocEnglishnameA river in Wisconsin, the Manitowoc River, which flows into Lake Michigan at Manitowoc.
NederlandiaLatinnameNetherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium) # Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten) / Netherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium)declension-1 feminine singular
NederlandiaLatinnameNetherlands (The main constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, located primarily in Western Europe bordering Germany and Belgium) # Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten) / Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe, consisting of four constituent countries: the Netherlands per se, Aruba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten)declension-1 feminine singular
OCPEnglishnounInitialism of oral contraceptive pill.abbreviation alt-of initialism
OCPEnglishnounInitialism of Open Closed Principle.computer computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming science sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
OrdnungszahlGermannounordinal, ordinal numberfeminine numeral ordinal
OrdnungszahlGermannounatomic numberchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesfeminine
PIN parentalSpanishnounparental controlsmasculine
PIN parentalSpanishnounExpress authorization from parents for their children to participate in certain complementary activities in schools, in particular those related to issues of gender identity, feminism, LGBT or sexual diversity.Spain masculine
SpanneGermannounspan (space between the tips of the thumb and little finger)feminine
SpanneGermannounspan (space between the tips of the thumb and little finger) / span (semi-standardised measure of length)feminine historical
SpanneGermannounrange; margin; spread (scope between two values, e.g. a mininum and a maximum)feminine
SpanneGermannounrange; margin; spread (scope between two values, e.g. a mininum and a maximum) / span; period of timefeminine
SpiraleGermannounspiralfeminine
SpiraleGermannounintrauterine devicefeminine
StützpunktGermannounpoint of supportmasculine strong
StützpunktGermannounfulcrumengineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciencesmasculine strong
StützpunktGermannounbasegovernment military politics warmasculine strong
TaochengEnglishnameA district of Hengshui, Hebei, China.
TaochengEnglishnameA town in Yanling, Xuchang, Henan, China, formerly a township.
TaskGerman Low Germannounbag; purse; pouchfeminine
TaskGerman Low Germannounpocketfeminine
TecsonTagalognamea surname from Min Nan of Hokkien Chinese origin, most notably descendants of ‘Tek Sun’ brothers from Guangzhou (Canton), China
TecsonTagalognamea surname from Min Nan of Hokkien Chinese origin, most notably descendants of ‘Tek Sun’ brothers from Guangzhou (Canton), China / Trinidad Tecson, Filipina revolutionary
TigreEnglishnameA Semitic language of northern Eritrea, closely related to Tigrinya.
TigreEnglishnounA group of agricultural Tigrinya-speaking people in northern Ethiopia.plural plural-only
TigreEnglishnounA group of nomadic Tigre-speaking people in northern Eritrea.plural plural-only
TsakonianEnglishnameA Hellenic language spoken in Tsakonia, a part of the Peloponnese region of Greece.
TsakonianEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Tsakonia.
TsakonianEnglishadjOf, in, or relating to the Tsakonian language.not-comparable
ULCEnglishnameInitialism of Underwriters' Laboratories of Canada., a product-safety testing laboratory.Canada abbreviation alt-of initialism
ULCEnglishnameInitialism of unlimited liability corporation.business economics government law science sciences taxationCanada abbreviation alt-of initialism
UngrieOld Englishnamethe Hungariansmasculine plural
UngrieOld EnglishnameHungary (a historical kingdom in Central Europe, occupying a larger area than modern Hungary)masculine plural
VerzweigungGermannounbranch, branchingfeminine
VerzweigungGermannounramificationmathematics sciencesfeminine
WhitmanEnglishnameA surname.
WhitmanEnglishnameA town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States.
WhitmanEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Winona County, Minnesota.
WhitmanEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Grant County, Nebraska.
WhitmanEnglishnameWhitman County, Washington.
WięckowiczPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
WięckowiczPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
`lsqb`TranslingualsymbolDenotes a closed left endpoint of an interval.mathematics sciences
`lsqb`TranslingualsymbolDenotes an open right endpoint of an interval.mathematics sciences
`lsqb`TranslingualsymbolUsed in [[Unsupported titles/`lsqb` `rsqb`#Translingual|[]] ].
absolutorioSpanishadjabsolving, absolutory
absolutorioSpanishadjacquitted
acquireEnglishverbTo get.transitive
acquireEnglishverbTo gain, usually by one's own exertions; to get as one's owntransitive
acquireEnglishverbTo become affected by an illness.medicine sciences
acquireEnglishverbTo sample signals and convert them into digital values.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
acurrucarSpanishverbto huddle, to curl up (because of the cold)reflexive
acurrucarSpanishverbto snuggle, to spoonreciprocal
acurrucarSpanishverbto make somebody squatEl-Salvador colloquial transitive
acurrucarSpanishverbto squatEl-Salvador colloquial reflexive
adderDutchnounviper, adder; snake of the family Viperidaefeminine masculine
adderDutchnouncommon viper, Vipera berusfeminine masculine
administrative regionEnglishnounA type of region in some countries.
administrative regionEnglishnounA type of region in some countries. / Any of the 31 populated places in Federal District (Distrito Federal), Brazil, which are officially designated as administrative regions.
afbraakDutchnoundecompositionfeminine uncountable
afbraakDutchnoundemolitionfeminine uncountable
agiwTagalognoundirty, sooty cobweb
agiwTagalognounsoot
ainaFinnishadvalways
ainaFinnishadvall the way to, (all the way) untiltemporal
ainaFinnishnounthe string in the upper or lower edge of a fishing net or seine; line in a gillnetfishing hobbies lifestyle
ainaFinnishnounessive plural of aaessive form-of plural
alahwitOld Saxonadjall white
alahwitOld Saxonadjcompletely white
alfiereItaliannounstandard-bearermasculine
alfiereItaliannounensignmasculine
alfiereItaliannounpioneermasculine
alfiereItaliannouncaptainhobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
alfiereItaliannounbishopboard-games chess gamesmasculine
algenyEnglishnounThe transformation of genetic material.uncountable
algenyEnglishnounAny of, and all of, those activities which depend on the handling of genetic material.uncountable
allzumalGermanadvall, one and all, all togetherdated
allzumalGermanadvin any case
allzumalGermanadvparticularly, in particular
ancusaMacanesenounthing (a physical object, entity or situation)
ancusaMacanesepronsomethingindefinite
anförtroSwedishverbto entrust (something to someone)
anförtroSwedishverbto trust (someone with a task, secret, or valuable item)
angustiaSpanishnounanguish, agonyfeminine
angustiaSpanishnounanxiety, distressfeminine
angustiaSpanishverbinflection of angustiar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
angustiaSpanishverbinflection of angustiar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
anoEsperantonounmember (of a society or a group)
anoEsperantonouninhabitant (of a place)
antiknockEnglishadjOf an additive added to petroleum/gasoline to reduce the occurrence of engine knock.not-comparable
antiknockEnglishnounSuch a substance, usually tetraethyl lead (also MMT, MTBE and ethanol)
apple sauceEnglishnounA food prepared by pureeing cooked apples.UK countable uncountable
apple sauceEnglishnounAlternative spelling of applesauce (“nonsense”)alt-of alternative countable dated slang uncountable
aprovarPortugueseverbto approve
aprovarPortugueseverbto endorse
aqerloqGreenlandicnounlead (chemical element)
aqerloqGreenlandicnounbullet
argentFrenchnounsilvermasculine
argentFrenchnounmoney, cashmasculine
argentFrenchnounargent (white in heraldry)government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsmasculine
astringirSpanishverbto constrict
astringirSpanishverbto compel
asunciónSpanishnounthe Assumptionfeminine
asunciónSpanishnounassumption, succession to the thronefeminine
asuransiIndonesiannouninsurance: / a means of indemnity against a future occurrence of an uncertain event.
asuransiIndonesiannouninsurance: / the business of providing insurance.
asuransiIndonesiannounassurance
asuransiIndonesiannounpremium, the amount to be paid for an insurance policy.colloquial
asuransiIndonesiannounindemnity, the repayment or compensation for loss or injury.colloquial
attwalmentMalteseadvcurrently, now, at present, nowadays, at the moment
attwalmentMalteseadvin reality
awfynMiddle Englishnounbishop (chess piece)Late-Middle-English
awfynMiddle EnglishnounA useless person.Late-Middle-English derogatory
bahëlKinaray-aadjbig; large
bahëlKinaray-aadjstout; thick
bandaHungariannoungang (group of criminals who band together)
bandaHungariannounband, crew, mob (unruly group of people)derogatory
bandaHungariannounteam, band (group of people being in some relation)colloquial humorous
bandaHungariannounband (group of people playing popular music)entertainment lifestyle musiccolloquial
bandaHungariannounworkgroup, crewdated dialectal
bandaHungariannoungypsy orchestraentertainment lifestyle musicdialectal
bandaHungariannounfour cards of the same suit (in ferbli)card-games games
barieraPolishnounbarrier, bar (a structure that bars passage)feminine
barieraPolishnounbarrier (an obstacle or impediment)feminine
barieraPolishnounbarrier (a boundary or limit)feminine
baĺčProto-Turkicnounheadanatomy medicine sciencesreconstruction
baĺčProto-Turkicnounbeginningreconstruction
becerroSpanishnouncalf, young cow, bull calfmasculine
becerroSpanishnouncalfskinmasculine
beležnicaSerbo-Croatiannounnotebook, writing pad
beležnicaSerbo-Croatiannouna female clerk (see beležnik)
bergamotkaPolishnounDiminutive of bergamotadiminutive feminine form-of
bergamotkaPolishnounbergamot (tree of the orange family)feminine
bergamotkaPolishnounbergamot (variety of pear; also, its fruit)feminine
betSwedishnouna penalty (especially in the game of Vira)card-games gamescommon-gender
betSwedishnoun(going) set, (going) down (failing to make a contract)bridge card-games gamescommon-gender in some expression
betSwedishverbpast indicative of bitaform-of indicative past
betreffendGermanverbpresent participle of betreffenform-of participle present
betreffendGermanadjregarding, pertaining, concerningnot-comparable
betreffendGermanadjconcerned (postpositive)not-comparable
betreffendGermanprepregarding, concerning, with respect towith-accusative
bjꜣEgyptiannounmine (place from which ore is extracted)
bjꜣEgyptiannounmining country, mining region
bjꜣEgyptiannounore, metal
bjꜣEgyptiannounexample, model
blouděníCzechnounverbal noun of blouditform-of neuter noun-from-verb
blouděníCzechnounwandering, strayneuter
blouděníCzechnountransmigrationneuter
blouděníCzechnounvagrancyneuter
blähenGermanverbSynonym of aufblähen (“to inflate, puff up, balloon”)dated reflexive transitive weak
blähenGermanverbto cause flatulationintransitive of a food weak
borenSwedishadjdestined to, born tonot-comparable
borenSwedishadjrelated to someone by birthnot-comparable
braçaPortuguesenounPortuguese brace or fathom, a traditional unit of length about equal to 2.2 mfeminine historical
braçaPortuguesenouncubic Portuguese brace or fathom, a traditional unit of volume about equal to 10.6 m³, particularly used in measuring earthworkfeminine historical
break outEnglishverbTo escape, especially forcefully or defiantly. Notionally, to escape by breaking.intransitive
break outEnglishverbTo rescue someone or aid their escape as in sense 1.transitive
break outEnglishverbTo bring out from storage, use, or present.idiomatic transitive
break outEnglishverbTo separate (something) from a bundle.transitive
break outEnglishverbTo take or force out by breaking.transitive
break outEnglishverbTo begin suddenly; to emerge in a certain condition.intransitive
break outEnglishverbTo suddenly get pimples or a rash, especially on one's face.intransitive of a person
break outEnglishverb(Of a record, product, or company): to achieve widespread success.intransitive
break outEnglishverbTo remove snow from a road or sidewalk.New-England obsolete
cabra-montêsPortuguesenounSpanish ibex (Capra pyrenaica)feminine
cabra-montêsPortuguesenounAlpine ibex (Capra ibex)feminine
calefacioLatinverbto warm or heatconjugation-3 iō-variant
calefacioLatinverbto rouse or exciteconjugation-3 iō-variant
calligrafiaItaliannounhandwritingfeminine
calligrafiaItaliannouncalligraphyfeminine
canastaFinnishnouncanasta (card game)
canastaFinnishnouncanasta (meld of seven cards in above)
capaCatalannounlayerfeminine
capaCatalannounfilm, skin (layer that forms on the top of certain liquids)feminine
capaCatalannouncoat (of paint)feminine
capaCatalannouncapefeminine
capaCatalanverbinflection of capar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
capaCatalanverbinflection of capar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
caràcterCatalannouncharacter (distinguishing feature; characteristic)masculine
caràcterCatalannounpersonalitymasculine
caràcterCatalannouncharacter, symbolmasculine
chatSpanishnounchat (exchange of text or voice messages in real time through a computer network)masculine
chatSpanishnounchat, chat roommasculine
ciemnyPolishadjdark (being poorly lit)
ciemnyPolishadjdark (having a color approaching black)
ciemnyPolishadjdark (having dark skin)
ciemnyPolishadjintense (of a color)
ciemnyPolishadjdark (having a low pitch)
ciemnyPolishadjshady (not trustworthy)
ciemnyPolishadjdark, mysterious (having an unknown nature)
ciemnyPolishadjdark (having a sad atmosphere)
ciemnyPolishadjignorant, primitivecolloquial of people
civitatulaLatinnouncitizenship in a small citydeclension-1
civitatulaLatinnouna small citydeclension-1
cleekScotsnounA hook.
cleekScotsnounThe act of cleeking; a clutch.
cleekScotsverbTo seize, clutch, snatch.
cleekScotsverbTo catch with a hook.
cleekScotsverbTo hook or link together.
cleekScotsverbTo marry.broadly
cloveEnglishnounA very pungent aromatic spice, the unexpanded flower bud of the clove tree.countable uncountable
cloveEnglishnounA clove tree, of the species Syzygium aromaticum (syn. Caryophyllus aromaticus), native to the Moluccas (Indonesian islands), which produces the spice.countable
cloveEnglishnounAn old English measure of weight, containing 7 pounds (3.2 kg), i.e. half a stone.countable
cloveEnglishnounOne of the small bulbs formed in the axils of the scales of a large bulb.agriculture business cooking food horticulture lifestyle
cloveEnglishverbsimple past of cleaveform-of past
cloveEnglishnounA narrow valley with steep sides, used in areas of North America first settled by the Dutchgeography natural-sciences
coguasIrishnounsoft palate, velummasculine
coguasIrishnouncavity (oral, nasal etc.)masculine
common knowledgeEnglishnounThat which is known by most people, and thus cannot reasonably be contested.uncountable
common knowledgeEnglishnounA special kind of knowledge for a group of agents, such that when all the agents in a group G know p, they all know that they know p, they all know that they all know that they know p, and so on ad infinitum.computing engineering game-theory human-sciences logic mathematics natural-sciences philosophy physical-sciences sciencesuncountable
comodínSpanishadjgeneral purpose; generic; wild card
comodínSpanishnounjokermasculine
comodínSpanishnounjokercard-games gamesmasculine
comodínSpanishnounwild card, wildcardcard-games gamesmasculine
comodínSpanishnoundummy, placeholdermasculine
comodínSpanishnounlifelinemasculine
compensaciónSpanishnouncompensationfeminine
compensaciónSpanishnountradeoff, trade-offfeminine
compensaciónSpanishnounsetoff, set-off, offsetfeminine
confermementMiddle EnglishnounGranting or affirmation of a grant.uncountable
confermementMiddle EnglishnounThe sacrament of confirmation.Christianityuncountable
confermementMiddle EnglishnounStrengthening, reinforcement.rare uncountable
consideraciónSpanishnounconsiderationfeminine
consideraciónSpanishnounthoughtfulnessfeminine
contrarioSpanishadjcontrary, opposite
contrarioSpanishadjopposed, against
corridoSpanishadjworld-wise, well-travelled
corridoSpanishadjin a row
corridoSpanishadjdecent, good, generous
corridoSpanishadjlate
corridoSpanishnouna ballad or folk song; a corridoentertainment lifestyle musicMexico masculine
corridoSpanishverbpast participle of correrform-of participle past
cosmographyEnglishnounThe creation of maps of the universe.countable uncountable
cosmographyEnglishnounThe study of the size and geometry of the universe and changes in those with cosmic time.countable uncountable
cubitaleItalianadjcubital / very large (measured in cubits)
cubitaleItalianadjcubital / ulna; ulnarrelational
cussoItaliannounkousso, a tree of species Hagenia abyssinica.masculine
cussoItaliannouna drug extracted from the treemasculine uncountable
cyclotomicEnglishadjof, or relating to cyclotomynot-comparable
cyclotomicEnglishadjof, or relating to the complex roots of unitymathematics sciencesnot-comparable
cànemCatalannouncannabismasculine uncountable
cànemCatalannounhempmasculine uncountable
củVietnamesenounroot
củVietnamesenounrhizome
củVietnamesenounbulb, tuber
củVietnamesenounone million dongsslang
củVietnameseclassifierIndicates edible roots, such as onions, garlic, carrots, etc.
darázsfészekHungariannounvespiary (a nest built by a social wasp species)
darázsfészekHungariannounhornets' nest (an unpleasant or controversial situation)figuratively
darázsfészekHungariannouna pastry made of dough rolled up in a spiral, flavored with nuts, cocoa, etc.cooking food lifestyle
dbalePolishadvheedfully; in a heedful manner
dbalePolishadvattentively; in an attentive manner
decempedaLatinnounA ten-foot measuring roddeclension-1 feminine
decempedaLatinnounA unit of length equal to 10 Roman feet.units-of-measuredeclension-1 feminine historical
decempedaLatinnounA unit of area equal to a square with sides of 10 Roman feet.units-of-measuredeclension-1 feminine historical
decifrareItalianverbto decode, to decipher, to work outtransitive
decifrareItalianverbto sightreadentertainment lifestyle musictransitive
declinatusLatinverbdeflected, bent aside, turned awaydeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
declinatusLatinverbavoided, shunneddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
declinatusLatinverbdeviated, swerved, digresseddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
degenerationEnglishnounThe process or state of growing worse, or the state of having become worse.countable uncountable usually
degenerationEnglishnounThat condition of a tissue or an organ in which its vitality has become either diminished or perverted; a substitution of a lower for a higher form of structure.uncountable usually
degenerationEnglishnounGradual deterioration, from natural causes, of any class of animals or plants or any particular organ or organs; hereditary degradation of type.uncountable usually
degenerationEnglishnounA thing that has degenerated.countable usually
degolladorSpanishnouncutthroatmasculine
degolladorSpanishnounbutcherbirdmasculine
dementeSpanishadjcrazy, insanefeminine masculine
dementeSpanishadjdementedfeminine masculine
dementeSpanishverbinflection of dementar: ## first/third-person singular present subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / first/third-person singular present subjunctivefirst-person form-of present singular subjunctive third-person
dementeSpanishverbinflection of dementar: ## first/third-person singular present subjunctive ## third-person singular imperative / third-person singular imperativeform-of imperative singular third-person
demirciTurkishnounironmonger
demirciTurkishnounsmith, blacksmith
demisesquicentennialEnglishadjOccurring every 75 years.not-comparable
demisesquicentennialEnglishadjOf, or relating to a demisesquicentenary.not-comparable
demolirCatalanverbto demolish, knock downtransitive
demolirCatalanverbto discredit, overturn, refutefiguratively transitive
dental damEnglishnouna thin piece of e.g. latex, used in oral sex to prevent transmission of STDs
dental damEnglishnounA thin, flexible piece of latex or similar material used to isolate one or more teeth during some dental procedures.dentistry medicine sciences
derechoSpanishadjstraight (not crooked or bent; having a constant direction throughout its length)
derechoSpanishadjstraight; upright (perfectly horizontal or vertical; not diagonal or oblique)
derechoSpanishadjright, right-hand (designating the side of the body which is positioned to the east if one is facing north)
derechoSpanishadjcorrect, appropriate, right
derechoSpanishnounright (a legal, just or moral entitlement)masculine
derechoSpanishnounlaw, jurisprudence (the study of laws)masculine
derechoSpanishnounlaw (the profession of dealing with laws (as lawyers, judges, etc.))masculine
derechoSpanishnounright (the outward or most finished surface, as of a coin, piece of cloth, a carpet, etc.)masculine
derechoSpanishnounright (the outward or most finished surface, as of a coin, piece of cloth, a carpet, etc.) / right side (The side of a fabric that is intended to face outward on a finished project)business manufacturing textilesmasculine
derechoSpanishnounduties, taxes, fees, chargesin-plural masculine
derechoSpanishnounpath, roadmasculine rare
derechoSpanishadvstraight (of a direction relative to the subject, precisely; as if following a direct line)
derechoSpanishadvstraight (directly; without pause, delay or detour)
descarrilarPortugueseverbto derail (to come off the tracks)intransitive of a train
descarrilarPortugueseverbto derail (to cause a train to come off the tracks)transitive
desciscoLatinverbto free oneself, withdraw, leave, defect, desert, revolt fromconjugation-3
desciscoLatinverbto desert to, go over tobroadly conjugation-3
desciscoLatinverbto depart, deviate, withdraw from someone or something; fall off from; to be unfaithful toconjugation-3 usually
deumLatinnounaccusative singular of deusaccusative form-of singular
deumLatinnoungenitive plural of deusform-of genitive plural poetic
diabolismEnglishnounWorship of the devil; Satanismuncountable
diabolismEnglishnounCharacter, action, utterances, creative works, behavior or principles appropriate to the devil.countable
diabolismEnglishnounPossession by Satan or other demonic forces.uncountable
diabolismEnglishnounThe property of having attributes that are demonic or Satanic.uncountable
diminishEnglishverbTo make smaller.transitive
diminishEnglishverbTo become less or smaller.intransitive
diminishEnglishverbTo lessen the authority or dignity of; to put down; to degrade; to abase; to weaken; to nerf (in gaming).transitive
diminishEnglishverbTo taper.intransitive
diminishEnglishverbTo disappear gradually.intransitive
diminishEnglishverbTo take away; to subtract.transitive
disulfurEnglishnounTwo atoms of sulfur in a compound.chemistry inorganic-chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesin-compounds uncountable
disulfurEnglishnounA diatomic molecule of sulfur, S₂uncountable
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 傎
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 厧
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嵮
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 巓, 巔/巅
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 掂
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 攧/𭣇
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 敁
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 槇, 槙
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 滇
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瘨
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 癲/癫
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 䟍
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蹎
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 顚, 顛/颠
diānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 齻/𱌺
donareItalianverbto give as a gifttransitive
donareItalianverbto donatetransitive
donareItalianverbto make a donation [auxiliary avere] / to make a donationlawintransitive
donareItalianverbto give (in general)archaic literary transitive
donareItalianverbto add, to give (a certain quality to something)transitive
donareItalianverbto suit, to flatter [+ a (object)] [auxiliary avere] / to suit, to flatter [+ a (object)]intransitive
dosFrenchnounback (of a person)anatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
dosFrenchnounbacks (of persons)in-plural masculine
dosFrenchnounbackstrokehobbies lifestyle sports swimmingmasculine
dosFrenchnounspine (of a book)masculine
duck-arsedEnglishadjHaving or pertaining to broad hips and large, bulging buttocks.Britain slang vulgar
duck-arsedEnglishadjHaving or pertaining to a hairstyle of the type called a duck's arse.Britain informal
dundarlánIrishnounthickset, stocky, dumpy, personmasculine
dundarlánIrishnoundunderhead, blockhead, bumpkinmasculine
dundarlánIrishnounresounding blow of fistmasculine
duplaPortuguesenounpair, duofeminine
duplaPortuguesenoundoubleshobbies lifestyle sports tennisfeminine
duplaPortugueseadjfeminine singular of duplofeminine form-of singular
dykaSwedishverbto dive / to swim under water
dykaSwedishverbto dive / to jump into the water head-first
dǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 党
dǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 擋/挡
dǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 攩/挡
dǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 檔/档
dǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 欓/𣗋
dǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 灙/𣺼
dǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 譡/𬣭
dǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 讜/谠
dǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 黨/党
edictumLatinnounA proclamation, ordinance, edict, decree or manifesto by a magistrate.declension-2
edictumLatinnounThe public announcement of the praetor or other senior magistrate, in which he states, on entering upon his office, the rules by which he will be guided in administering justice; inaugural address.declension-2
edictumLatinnounAn order, command, edict.broadly declension-2
edictumLatinverbinflection of edictus: / nominative/vocative/accusative neuter singularaccusative neuter nominative participle singular vocative
edictumLatinverbinflection of edictus: / accusative masculine singularaccusative masculine participle singular
edényHungariannounpot, vessel (a container of liquid or other substance)
edényHungariannounvessel (a tube or canal that carries fluid in an animal or plant)biology natural-sciences
efstrOld Norseadjuppermost
efstrOld Norseadjlast
egyenlőtlenségHungariannouninequality (an unfair, not equal, state)countable uncountable
egyenlőtlenségHungariannouninequality (a statement that of two quantities one is specifically less than (or greater than) another; symbol: lt; or ≤ or gt; or ≥ or ne , as appropriate)mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
elfogHungarianverbto catch, to capturetransitive
elfogHungarianverbto overcome, to overwhelm, to overpower, to seize (with emotion or thought)transitive
elfolyikHungarianverbto flow or run past (something)intransitive with mellett
elfolyikHungarianverbto flow away, drain away, go to wasteintransitive
elfolyikHungarianverbto pass or slip by slowly, futilely, or in sad monotonyfiguratively intransitive of time
elizjaPolishnounelision (omission of a letter or syllable)human-sciences linguistics sciencesfeminine
elizjaPolishnounellipsis (omission of word or phrase)feminine rhetoric
empiricismEnglishnounMedicine as practised by an empiric, founded on mere experience, without the aid of science or a knowledge of principles; folk medicine, quackery.medicine sciencescountable historical uncountable
empiricismEnglishnounA doctrine which holds that the only or, at least, the most reliable source of human knowledge is experience, especially perception by means of the physical senses. (Often contrasted with rationalism.)human-sciences philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
empiricismEnglishnounA pursuit of knowledge purely through experience, especially by means of observation and sometimes by experimentation.countable uncountable
empiricismEnglishnounused to describe research based on methodology shaped from empirical philosophy (see above), e.g. surveys, statistics, etc.human-sciences political-science sciences social-science social-sciences sociologycountable uncountable
encontrarSpanishverbto meettransitive
encontrarSpanishverbto find, encounter, come acrosstransitive
encontrarSpanishverbto meet, bump intointransitive reflexive
encontrarSpanishverbto think, consider, findtransitive
encontrarSpanishverbto manage (to do something)
encontrarSpanishverbto be locatedreflexive
encontrarSpanishverbto feel, bereflexive
ensenyamentCatalannounteaching (act or process of teaching)masculine
ensenyamentCatalannounteaching (something taught)masculine
enviarGalicianverbto send
enviarGalicianverbto swallow
enviarGalicianverbto gulp
equalizationEnglishnounThe act of equalizing, or state of being equalized.countable uncountable
equalizationEnglishnounManeuvers to balance the pressure in the middle ear with the outside pressure by letting air enter along the Eustachian tubes.diving hobbies lifestyle sports underwater-divingcountable uncountable
equalizationEnglishnounRepayment to an investor in a unit trust or OEIC of an increase in the unit price to cover the seller’s entitlement to income received from the underlying investments but not yet distributed to unit holders, repaid as part of the first distribution of income to that investor.business financecountable uncountable
equipEnglishverbTo supply with something necessary in order to carry out a specific action or task; to provide with (e.g. weapons, provisions, munitions, rigging)transitive
equipEnglishverbTo dress up; to array; to clothe.transitive
equipEnglishverbTo prepare (someone) with a skill.transitive
equipEnglishverbTo equip oneself with (an item); to bring (equipment) into active use.games gamingtransitive
esgarriarCatalanverbto cause to get lost, lead astraytransitive
esgarriarCatalanverbto get lostreflexive
esperanzaGaliciannounhopefeminine
esperanzaGaliciannounexpectationdated feminine
espigaGaliciannounspike (ear of grain)feminine
espigaGaliciannounpart of the axis that protrudes past the wheelfeminine
espigaGalicianverbinflection of espigar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
espigaGalicianverbinflection of espigar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
factumEnglishnounSomebody's own act and deed. / Anything stated and made certain.law
factumEnglishnounSomebody's own act and deed. / The due execution of a will, including everything necessary to its validity.law
factumEnglishnounSomebody's own act and deed. / A statement of fact and law delivered before a courtlawCanada
factumEnglishnounSomebody's own act and deed.law
factumEnglishnounA product (result of multiplying two numbers).mathematics sciencesobsolete
fairlyEnglishadvIn a fair manner; fair; not biased or skewed or favouring a certain partymanner
fairlyEnglishadvFavorably; auspiciously; commodiously.
fairlyEnglishadvHonestly; properly.
fairlyEnglishadvSoftly; quietly; gently.
fairlyEnglishadvPartly, not fully; somewhat.
fairlyEnglishadvAlmost; practically.dated
fairlyEnglishadvOf handwriting: neatly and legibly.archaic
fauxFrenchadjfalse; untrue
fauxFrenchadjfalse; not real
fauxFrenchadvbadly; inaccurately; untruly
fauxFrenchnounscythefeminine
fauxFrenchverbfirst/second-person singular present indicative of faillirfirst-person form-of indicative present second-person singular
feidearálachIrishadjfederalnot-comparable
feidearálachIrishadjfederalistgovernment politicsnot-comparable
feidearálachIrishnounfederalistgovernment politicsmasculine
feliceItalianadjhappy (contented)
feliceItalianadjglad
feliceItalianadjblessed, lucky
feliceItalianadjan epithet given by monarchs to their states and subjectsobsolete
feliceItalianadjappropriate, apt, happyfiguratively
feliceItalianadjfertile, fruitfulliterary obsolete
fenHungarianverbto sharpen, to whet, to honetransitive
fenHungarianverbto rub, to smeardialectal
fenHungariannounfen (unit of currency in China, one-hundredth of a yuan)
feðginIcelandicnounparents (mother and father)neuter obsolete plural plural-only
feðginIcelandicnounfather and daughterneuter plural plural-only
figuraItaliannounfigure (all senses)feminine
figuraItaliannounillustrationfeminine
figuraItaliannouncharacterfeminine
figuraItaliannounimpression, showingfeminine
figuraItaliannouncourt, coat, face (of playing cards)feminine
figuraItalianverbinflection of figurare: / third-person singular present indicativeindicative present singular third-person
figuraItalianverbinflection of figurare: / second-person singular imperativeimperative second-person singular
filerEnglishnounAgent noun of file; one who files something.agent form-of
filerEnglishnounA software program for managing files.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
filiaciónSpanishnounfiliation, parentage, lineage, ancestryfeminine
filiaciónSpanishnounpersonal detailsfeminine
filiaciónSpanishnounaffiliationfeminine
finalGermanadjfinal, expressing purposegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
finalGermanadjfinal, conclusive, irrevocable (that which will not or cannot be changed anymore, sometimes implying death)not-comparable
finalGermanadjfinal, lastnot-comparable rare
firsahhanOld High Germanverbto deny
firsahhanOld High Germanverbto renounce
fixHungarianadjfixed, steadynot-comparable
fixHungarianadjimmovablenot-comparable
fixHungarianadjsure, certainnot-comparable
fixHungariannouna steady salary
flickeringlyEnglishadvIn a flickering manner
flickeringlyEnglishadvBriefly
focencOccitanadjPhocaeanLimousin historical masculine
focencOccitanadjSynonym of marselhes (“Marseillais”)Limousin masculine
formigarPortugueseverbto formicate; to tingleintransitive
formigarPortugueseverbto be swarming or teeming with something
forstærkningDanishnounthe act of making strongercommon-gender
forstærkningDanishnounreinforcementgovernment military politics warcommon-gender in-plural
forstærkningDanishnounreinforcementhuman-sciences psychology sciencescommon-gender
framboosDutchnounraspberry, plant of the species Rubus idaeusmasculine
framboosDutchnounraspberry, a fruit of this plantmasculine
framboosDutchnounraspberry, the reddish color of raspberriesmasculine uncountable
frastornareItalianverbto dazetransitive
frastornareItalianverbto befuddletransitive
frouzyEnglishadjfroward, peevish, offensive to the eye or noseBritain
frouzyEnglishadjfetid, musty; rank; disordered and offensive to the smell or sight
frouzyEnglishadjslovenly; dingy
fuel cellEnglishnounAn electrochemical device in which the intrinsic chemical free energy of fuel and oxidant is catalytically converted to direct current energy.business energy natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
fuel cellEnglishnounSynonym of fuel tank: A fuel storage tank.business energy natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
fugacityEnglishnounA measure of the tendency of a fluid to expand or escape.countable uncountable
fugacityEnglishnounA measure of the relative stability of different phases of a substance under the same conditions.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
fugacityEnglishnounTransience.countable uncountable
furðaIcelandicnounwonder, astonishmentfeminine uncountable
furðaIcelandicnounmarvel, wondercountable feminine
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 仏
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 仸
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 佛
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 坲
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 梻
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 𧥚
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 𧼴
gabhálachtIrishnounreceptiveness, receptivity; contagiousnessfeminine
gabhálachtIrishnoungraspingness, avaricefeminine
ganduxarGalicianverbto bastebusiness manufacturing sewing textilestransitive
ganduxarGalicianverbto pleat; to shirrbusiness manufacturing sewing textilestransitive
garfishEnglishnounAny fish of the needlefish family Belonidae, with a long narrow body and needle-shaped jaws, especially the European species Belone belone.Ireland UK especially
garfishEnglishnounAny North or Central American fish of the family Lepisosteidae.Canada US especially
gnozaPolishnoungnosis (immanent form of knowledge or transcendent insight about God and the world)Gnosticism lifestyle religionfeminine
gnozaPolishnounGnosticismfeminine
good standingEnglishnounThe status of a member of a profession who is not suspended or disbarred, and is registered with a proper authority and has paid any registration fees.uncountable
good standingEnglishnounThe status of a person who is known to be of good character and to be trustworthy.broadly uncountable
gooseberry puddingEnglishnounA pudding made with gooseberries.
gooseberry puddingEnglishnounA woman.Cockney slang
gooseberry puddingEnglishnounA wife.Cockney slang
graafiFinnishnoungraph, mathematical diagram
graafiFinnishnounSynonym of verkko (“graph”)graph-theory mathematics sciences
gramadoPortuguesenounlawn (ground (generally in front of or around a house) covered with grass kept closely mown)Brazil masculine
gramadoPortuguesenouna grass playing fieldhobbies lifestyle sportsBrazil masculine
gramadoPortugueseverbpast participle of gramarform-of participle past
guesthouseEnglishnounA small house near a main house, for lodging visitors.
guesthouseEnglishnounA private house offering accommodation to paying guests; a boarding house; a bed and breakfast.
gweletBretonverbto seetransitive
gweletBretonverbto keep an eye on, watchfollowed by war intransitive
gyűlésHungariannounmeeting, assembly, gathering
gyűlésHungariannounsuppurationmedicine sciences
gáiVietnamesenoungirls and womencollective
gáiVietnamesenounwhores; female prostitutescollective colloquial informal
gáiVietnameseadjfemalefeminine of people
gáiVietnameseadjwife of, Mrs (when used after a pronoun or noun denoting a male person)
gängSwedishnouna gangneuter
gängSwedishnouna group, a bunchneuter
gängSwedishnouna bunch (of items)colloquial neuter
haarainenFinnishadjbranched (having branches)
haarainenFinnishadjhaving a certain number or kind of branchesas headword in compound terms
haastaaFinnishverbto challengetransitive
haastaaFinnishverbto defy, daretransitive
haastaaFinnishverbto summonlawtransitive
haastaaFinnishverbto talkdialectal intransitive
hamamAlbaniannounTurkish bath, hammam, saunaarchaic masculine
hamamAlbaniannountoilet, bathroommasculine regional
hand someone his headEnglishverbTo kill, especially by beheading.
hand someone his headEnglishverbTo destroy; to defeat utterly.broadly idiomatic
hedgyEnglishadjPertaining to or like a hedge.
hedgyEnglishadjIndecisive, hesitant, noncommittal, unwilling to take a side.
historialMiddle EnglishadjHistorical, genuine, factual.
historialMiddle EnglishadjHistoric; historically significant.
historialMiddle EnglishadjRelated to history or historical events.rare
historialMiddle EnglishadjNon-figurative; at face value.rare
hitoTagalognouncatfishbiology ichthyology natural-sciences zoologyusually
hitoTagalognounwalking catfish (Clarias batrachus)biology ichthyology natural-sciences zoologyspecifically
hornSwedishnounhorn (growth on animals' heads)neuter
hornSwedishnounhorn (object shaped from or like an animal's horn, used for drinking, storage or making sounds)neuter
hornSwedishnounhorn (object that makes a sound, e.g. on a car)neuter
hornSwedishnounhornentertainment lifestyle musicneuter
hudSwedishnounskin / The outer covering of living tissue of a person.common-gender uncountable
hudSwedishnounskin / The outer protective layer of any animal.common-gender uncountable
hudSwedishnounskin / The skin and fur of an individual animal used by humans for clothing, upholstery, etc.common-gender
hukeNorwegian Nynorskverbto hook, to pull in with a hook
hukeNorwegian Nynorskverbto grab, snatch
hukeNorwegian Nynorskverbhuke tak (i) - to catch hold (of)
hukeNorwegian Nynorskverbto crouch, squatreflexive
hulogTagalognounfall; falling (from a height)
hulogTagalognoundrop; dropping (of something)
hulogTagalognounaccidental fall (from a high place)
hulogTagalognounlapse; slip (into a bad habit)
hulogTagalognounfailure (in examinations)
hulogTagalognouncapture; ensnarement
hulogTagalognoundropping of a letter in a mailbox
hulogTagalognounpayment by installment
hulogTagalognouninstallment (payment)
hulogTagalognouncontribution paid; fee; quota (to an organization as a member)
hulogTagalognounamount of depositbanking business
hulogTagalognountally (count, number)
hulogTagalognountranslation
hulogTagalognounmeaning (of a word)
hulogTagalognounone's interpretation; explanation; version
hulogTagalognoungrace; blessing (from God)
hulogTagalognoundetermination of a construction being vertically set using a plumb linebusiness carpentry construction manufacturing masonry
hulogTagalognounvertical position of a construction (determined with a plumb line)business carpentry construction manufacturing masonry
hulogTagalognounconstruction of an additional roof on a house (such as an awning or eaves)business carpentry construction manufacturing
hulogTagalognounadded roof or room to a housebusiness carpentry construction manufacturing
hulogTagalognounnumber of casts with a fishing netfishing hobbies lifestyle
hulogTagalognounamount of butter used (per pastry of cakes, waffles, etc.)baking cooking food lifestyle
hulogTagalognounnumber of pastries thus made with a certain amount of butter (of cakes, waffles, etc.)baking cooking food lifestyle
hulogTagalognouninsertion of a needle through a cloth
hulogTagalognounmetamorphosis
hulogTagalognounweight loss (due to poor health)medicine physiology sciences
hulogTagalognounmuscular tension (as a health condition)medicine physiology sciences
hulogTagalognoundevelopment of puberty (among boys and girls)medicine physiology sciences
hulogTagalognounreactant; reagentchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
hulogTagalognounalloyengineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciences
hulogTagalognoungravitational forcenatural-sciences physical-sciences physics
hulogTagalognounmanner of sloping (of mountains, hills, noses, etc.)
hulogTagalognounfixing of a gamegambling gamesslang
hulogTagalogadjfallen down (especially of fruits)
hulogTagalogadjfailed; unsuccessful (as in examinations)
hulogTagalogadjthin; losing weight (due to poor health or unhealthy weight loss)medicine physiology sciences
hundertköpfigGermanadjhundred-headednot-comparable
hundertköpfigGermanadjof hundred (people)not-comparable
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嚾
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 懽/欢
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 欢, 歓
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 歡/欢
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 犿
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 獾
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 讙/欢
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 豼
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 貛/獾
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 酄
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 驩/欢
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鴅/𫛝
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鵍
huānMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鸓/𱊳
hypertextEnglishnounDigital text in which the reader may navigate related information through embedded hyperlinks.uncountable
hypertextEnglishnounA hypertext document.countable
hypotheticEnglishadjbased on hypothesis or theory; hypothetical
hypotheticEnglishadjexisting as an abstract concept rather than a concrete reality
hàngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 巷
hàngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 栾
hàngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 沃
hàngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 笐
hàngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 衉
hàngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 酐
hàngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 頏/颃
hålla hovSwedishverbto hold courtof a king or other high-ranking aristocrat
hålla hovSwedishverbto hold court (be surrounded by people and command their attention because they find you interesting or important, be the "center" of some gathering)broadly figuratively
høgreNorwegian Nynorskadjright
høgreNorwegian Nynorsknouna right hand or footfeminine
høgreNorwegian Nynorskadjcomparative degree of høgcomparative form-of
idiYorubanouneagle, usually referring to African species of the genera Aquila and Haliaeetus, (in particular) the African crowned eagle
idiYorubanounbundle, package
idiYorubanounbuttocks, bottom
idiYorubanounanus
idiYorubanounreason, cause, base, purpose, secret
idiYorubanounsurroundings, environs
idiYorubanounThe name for a variety of similar plants, including Terminalia schimperiana, Terminalia macroptera, Microdesmis puberula, and Terminalia avicennioides
illNorwegian Nynorskadjbad
illNorwegian Nynorskadjsore
illNorwegian Nynorskadjangry, wroth
illNorwegian Nynorskadjstrong, veryin-compounds
il·lustratCatalanadjillustrated
il·lustratCatalanadjenlightened, learned
il·lustratCatalanverbpast participle of il·lustrarform-of participle past
imotNorwegian Nynorskprepagainst
imotNorwegian Nynorskpreptowards
inceptioLatinnouna beginning, startdeclension-3
inceptioLatinnounenterprise, undertakingdeclension-3 figuratively
inceptionEnglishnounThe creation or beginning of something; the establishment.countable uncountable
inceptionEnglishnounA layering, nesting, or recursion of something.countable uncountable
infittireItalianverbto thickentransitive
infittireItalianverbto increase; to make more frequentfiguratively transitive
infittireItalianverbto thicken [auxiliary essere] / to thickenintransitive
infittireItalianverbto grow; to become more frequent [auxiliary essere] / to grow; to become more frequentfiguratively intransitive
inheartEnglishverbTo put heart into; make hearty.transitive
inheartEnglishverbTo encourage; inspirit; beghast.transitive
inheartEnglishverbTo enclose within the substance of the heart.transitive
insegnamentoItaliannounteachingmasculine
insegnamentoItaliannounteaching / act of teachingmasculine
insegnamentoItaliannounteaching of a particular subject, field, etc. / teaching professionmasculine
insegnamentoItaliannounteaching of a particular subject, field, etc. / lesson, typically moralmasculine
insegnamentoItaliannounteaching of a particular subject, field, etc.masculine
insinööriFinnishnounengineer (person who is qualified or professionally engaged in any branch of engineering)
insinööriFinnishnounan engineering degree granted by a polytechnic, used with or without the abbreviation amk, which specifies the level of education
installEnglishverbTo connect, set up or prepare something for usetransitive
installEnglishverbTo connect, set up or prepare something for use / To transfer software onto a device's permanent storage and put it in a state where it is ready to be run when needed, usually decompressing it if necessary and performing any necessary pre-first-run configuration.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
installEnglishverbTo admit formally into an office, rank or position.transitive
installEnglishverbTo establish or settle in.transitive
installEnglishnounInstaller. A software utility that installs an application.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
installEnglishnounAn installation. (Usage originated as a truncated form of the word installation.)informal
interdittivoItalianadjbanning
interdittivoItalianadjinterdictionrelational
inutilityEnglishnounUselessness.uncountable usually
inutilityEnglishnounUnprofitableness.uncountable usually
inutilityEnglishnounSomething of no use.countable usually
invokeEnglishverbTo call upon (a person, a god) for help, assistance or guidance.transitive
invokeEnglishverbTo solicit, petition for, appeal to a favorable attitude.transitive
invokeEnglishverbTo call to mind (something) for some purpose.transitive
invokeEnglishverbTo appeal for validation to a (notably cited) authority.transitive
invokeEnglishverbTo conjure up with incantations.transitive
invokeEnglishverbTo bring about as an inevitable consequence.transitive
invokeEnglishverbTo cause (a program or subroutine) to execute.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
irriducibileItalianadjirreducible
irriducibileItalianadjindomitable, unyielding
isikhathiZulunountime
isikhathiZulunounclock
isikhathiZuluadvfor a while
istniećPolishverbto exist (to be a part of the world)imperfective intransitive
istniećPolishverbto exist (to play an important role in some activity or domain; to influence or have an effect)imperfective intransitive
iwdanTarifitnounpeopleplural
iwdanTarifitnounhuman beingsplural
iwdanTarifitnounthe publicplural
jadérkoCzechnounDiminutive of jádrodiminutive form-of neuter
jadérkoCzechnounnucleolusbiology natural-sciencesneuter
jagerDutchnounhuntermasculine
jagerDutchnoundestroyer (type of warship)government military nautical politics transport warmasculine
jagerDutchnounfighter, combat aeroplaneaeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics warmasculine
jagerDutchnounjaeger, light infantry rifleman, rangergovernment military politics warmasculine
jagerDutchnounskua, any bird of the genus Stercorariusmasculine
jambeEnglishnounA leg, of an animal or person.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
jambeEnglishnounSynonym of jambeau (“a greave”).in-plural often
javanèsCatalanadjJavanese
javanèsCatalannounJavanese (person)masculine
javanèsCatalannounJavanese (language)masculine uncountable
jdbEgyptiannounriverbank
jdbEgyptiannounshore
jeureCatalanverbBalearic Central Valencian no-gloss
jeureCatalanverbto lie, as in preparation for sleep or sexual relationsCatalan Eastern
joittenFinnishprongenitive plural of jokaform-of genitive plural
joittenFinnishpronwhose; of which.relative
joittenFinnishpronwho(m), that, which.relative
jouer la comédieFrenchverbto put on an act
jouer la comédieFrenchverbto dive (to imitate a foul)hobbies lifestyle sports
julebakstNorwegian Nynorsknounthe activity of baking for Christmasmasculine
julebakstNorwegian Nynorsknounall the different cookies, pastries etc. one has or may have prepared for Christmascollective masculine
ka- -anTagalogcircumfixused to form abstract nounsmorpheme
ka- -anTagalogcircumfixused to form nouns indicating a larger locationmorpheme
ka- -anTagalogcircumfixused to form proper nouns indicating a domain of a people or placemorpheme
ka- -anTagalogcircumfixused to form words meaning “one who receives or (-an) from someone (ka-)”morpheme
kampanjiEsperantoverbto wage a military campaignintransitive
kampanjiEsperantoverbto campaign, to take part in a political campaignintransitive
kanálHungariannounspoon (an implement for eating or serving)
kanálHungariannounspoon, scoop (the amount or volume of loose or solid material held by a particular scoop)
kanálHungariannounscoop (a spoon-shaped surgical instrument, used in extracting certain substances or foreign bodies)medicine sciences
kasalukuyanTagalogadjoccuring at the moment
kasalukuyanTagalogadjmodern; contemporary
kasalukuyanTagalogadvcurrently; at present
kasalukuyanTagalognounnow; current; present
kasalukuyanTagalognountime when something occurs more frequently; period; seasonobsolete
khettaPalinounfieldneuter
khettaPalinounplace of productionneuter
kikikCebuanonounvampiric bird-like creaturearts folklore history human-sciences literature media publishing sciences
kikikCebuanonounform of an ungo or an ungo's familiararts folklore history human-sciences literature media publishing sciencesform-of
kikikCebuanonounvulture
kikikCebuanonounPhilippine nightjar (Caprimulgus manillensis)
kikikCebuanonounsavanna nightjar (Caprimulgus affinis)
kikikCebuanoverbto be a prey or victim to this creature
kikikCebuanoverbto hunt or attack preyof a kikik
kiloEnglishnounClipping of kilogram.abbreviation alt-of clipping
kiloEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Kilo from the NATO/ICAO Phonetic Alphabet.alt-of
kinaFinnishnounsquabble
kinaFinnishnounslime, drooldialectal
kinaFinnishnounSynonym of lapsenkina
kinaFinnishnounkina (currency)
koldędzьProto-Slavicnounwell (water, hole sunk into the ground)reconstruction
koldędzьProto-Slavicnounspring (water, place)reconstruction
kolonnSwedishnouncolumn; vertical pillararchitecturecommon-gender
kolonnSwedishnouncolumn; vertical row in a matrixmathematics sciencescommon-gender
koneksiyonTagalognounconnection (act or condition of connecting)
koneksiyonTagalognounconnection; junction; joint (point at which two or more objects are joined)
koneksiyonTagalognounconnection; kinship; relationship
koneksiyonTagalognounconnection (transfer)transport
koneksiyonTagalognounconnection (established transportation or communication link)
kołoPolishnouncircle (part of the plane bounded by a curve)neuter
kołoPolishnouncircle (line enclosing such a plane)neuter
kołoPolishnounwheel (round simple machine allowing vehicles to move)neuter
kołoPolishnounwheel (simple machine on an axis allowing for rotation)neuter
kołoPolishnouncircle (anything round)neuter
kołoPolishnouncircle (enclosure made by people usually holding hands, often as a children's game)neuter
kołoPolishnounbreaking wheelhistorical neuter
kołoPolishnouncircle (specific groups of persons; especially one who shares a common interest)neuter
kołoPolishnoungrand, one thousand zlotycolloquial in the genitive plural in the genitive singular neuter uncommon
kołoPolishnounassembly of councilors, meeting of an assemblyhistorical in medieval Poland neuter
kołoPolishnounkolo (Slavic dance in which dancers stand in a circle and hold hands)neuter
kołoPolishnounbicycle (two wheeled vehicle, usually powered with the feet)neuter obsolete
kołoPolishnounrotating false wardrobe leading to a hidden roomneuter obsolete
kołoPolishnounorbit (path of celestial body)astronomy natural-sciencesMiddle Polish neuter
kołoPolishnounThe meaning of this term is uncertain.Middle Polish neuter
kołoPolishpreparound, near, close to, next to, by
kołoPolishpreparound, about (in the vicinity of)colloquial
kołoPolishprepin relation toarchaic
kołoPolishpreparound (forming a circle around)
kołoPolishprepthanks to; because ofobsolete
kołoPolishprepabout, concerningMiddle Polish
kołoPolishprepwhen it comes toMiddle Polish
kołoPolishparticleabout, around, approximately
kritNorwegian Nynorsknoun(mineralogy) chalk (a soft and porous form of limestone)neuter uncountable
kritNorwegian Nynorsknoun(a stick of) chalk (used for writing and drawing)countable neuter
kśidłoLower Sorbiannounwing (part of an animal; part of an airplane; fraction of a political movement)neuter
kśidłoLower Sorbiannoungrand pianoneuter
lapanganIndonesiannounfield; / square, plaza, esplanade
lapanganIndonesiannounfield; / Domain of study, knowledge or practice.
lapanganIndonesiannounA venue where sporting events are held, especially badminton, volleyball, and basketball; stadium.
lapanganIndonesiannounA place arranged for playing the games of tennis, basketball, squash, badminton, volleyball and some other games; court. / A golf course; course.golf hobbies lifestyle sports
lapanganIndonesiannounA place arranged for playing the games of tennis, basketball, squash, badminton, volleyball and some other games; court. / The area of grass on which a match is played: a cricket field; groundball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
lefMiddle Englishadjbeloved, dear
lefMiddle Englishadvbeloved, dear
let-downEnglishnounA disappointment or anticlimax.countable
let-downEnglishnounThe neurohormonal release of milk in dairy cows or in breastfeeding human mothers.countable uncountable
let-downEnglishnounThe clearance of an aircraft to descend through clouds to clear air below, or the process of granting such a clearance.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
liittoutunutFinnishverbpast active participle of liittoutuaactive form-of participle past
liittoutunutFinnishadjallied
liittoutunutFinnishadjAllied (of or pertaining to the Allies in WWI or WWII)
lingNorthern Kurdishnounlegmasculine
lingNorthern Kurdishnounfootmasculine
lliteraCatalannounlitter, stretcherfeminine
lliteraCatalannoungurneyfeminine
lliteraCatalannounbunk (a built-in bed on board a ship)feminine
lliteraCatalannounbunk bedfeminine
lliteraCatalannounstraw cotfeminine
louveterieFrenchnounwolf-hunting guildfeminine
louveterieFrenchnounwolf huntingfeminine
luath-Irishprefixproto-morpheme
luath-Irishprefixearlymorpheme
ludroGaliciannouna layer of superficial dirt or greasemasculine
ludroGaliciannounsheep wool greasemasculine
ludroGaliciannounliquid manuremasculine
lykkjaIcelandicnounloopfeminine
lykkjaIcelandicnounnoosefeminine
lykkjaIcelandicnounstitch, loopbusiness knitting manufacturing textilesfeminine
lykkjaIcelandicnounloopcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencesfeminine
lyseblåeNorwegian Bokmåladjinflection of lyseblå: / definite singulardefinite singular
lyseblåeNorwegian Bokmåladjinflection of lyseblå: / pluralplural
lågtSwedishadjindefinite neuter singular of lågform-of indefinite neuter singular
lågtSwedishadvlow, lowly
lågtSwedishadvlowly, meanly
lùiVietnameseverbto move backward; to step back; to retreat
lùiVietnameseverbto postpone
lùiVietnameseverbto roast in ashes
madreItaliannounmotherfeminine
madreItalianadjmotherinvariable relational
madreItalianadjthat constitutes the origin of subsequent facts and phenomenainvariable
magosHungarianadjcontaining seeds (e.g. of some fruit)not-comparable
magosHungarianadjintended to contain seeds (e.g. a bag for seeds)not-comparable
magosHungarianadjhaving the specified number or type of seed(s), core(s), or nucleus (nuclei)not-comparable with a prefix
magosHungarianadjAlternative form of magas (“high, tall”).alt-of alternative dialectal
makhaniEnglishadjCooked Punjabi-style in a rich sauce containing butter, tomatoes and cream.cooking food lifestylenot-comparable
makhaniEnglishnounA Punjabi dish cooked in a rich sauce containing butter, tomatoes and cream.cooking food lifestyle
mangahasTagalogverbto dare; to venture; to brave
mangahasTagalogverbto meddle
manipulációHungariannounmanipulation (the management of some situation, especially for one’s own advantage)derogatory
manipulációHungariannounmanipulation (the usage of psychological influence over a person or situation to gain an outcome)
manipulációHungariannounmanipulation (operation or procedure done by hand)
manufacturingEnglishnounThe transformation of raw materials into finished products, usually on a large scale.uncountable usually
manufacturingEnglishnounThe industry in which such products are made.uncountable usually
manufacturingEnglishadjUsed in manufacturing.not-comparable
manufacturingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of manufactureform-of gerund participle present
merchantEnglishnounA person who traffics in commodities for profit.
merchantEnglishnounThe owner or operator of a retail business.
merchantEnglishnounA trading vessel; a merchantman.
merchantEnglishnounSomeone who is noted for a stated type of activity or behaviour.derogatory informal sometimes
merchantEnglishnounA supercargo.obsolete
merchantEnglishverbAs a resident of a region, to buy goods from a non-resident and sell them to another non-resident.
metraggioItaliannounmeasurementmasculine
metraggioItaliannounlength (of cloth)masculine
metraggioItaliannounfootage (film)masculine
miauwenDutchverbTo meow, make a feline's gentle, yet shrill type of cryintransitive
miauwenDutchnounplural of miauwform-of plural
mjukglassSwedishnounsoft servecommon-gender
mjukglassSwedishnouna serving of soft serve (in a cone or the like)common-gender
moncaíIrishnounmonkeymasculine
moncaíIrishnounapefamiliar masculine
monniFinnishnounA sort of fish. / wels catfish, sheatfish, Silurus glanis
monniFinnishnounA sort of fish. / catfish, sheatfish (freshwater catfish of the genus Silurus)
monniFinnishnounA sort of fish. / catfish (fish of the order Siluriformes consisting of 37 families, hundreds of genera and some 3,000 species)biology natural-sciences taxonomy
monniFinnishnounchilddialectal rare
monniFinnishnounrookie, newbie; privategovernment military politics warslang
monopathyEnglishnounA disease that affects only one organ or function.medicine sciences
monopathyEnglishnounPsychological suffering due to solitude or loneliness.obsolete
mołojecPolishnounyoung Cossackhistorical masculine person
mołojecPolishnounbrave, resourceful personmasculine person
mugiRomanianverbto moo, bellow, lowconjugation-4 of animals
mugiRomanianverbto howl, roarconjugation-4
mumljatiSerbo-Croatianverbto fumble, mutterintransitive transitive
mumljatiSerbo-Croatianverbto growlintransitive
musoItaliannounmuzzle (of an animal)masculine
musoItaliannounmug, face (of a person)derogatory masculine
musoItaliannounnose (of an aircraft)masculine
musoItaliannounfront (of a car etc.)masculine
métathèseFrenchnounmetathesis (the breaking and reforming of double bonds in olefins in which substituent groups are swapped)chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesfeminine
métathèseFrenchnounmetathesishuman-sciences linguistics phonology sciencesfeminine
mì-chaomhnadhScottish Gaelicnounverbal noun of mì-chaomhainnform-of masculine noun-from-verb
mì-chaomhnadhScottish Gaelicnounprodigality, squanderingmasculine
mỏiVietnameseadjweary, tired
mỏiVietnameseadjsickening (causing sickness), indisposed
naidsLatviannounhatred, hate, hostility, enmity, animositydeclension-1 masculine singular
naidsLatviannoundiscord, strifedeclension-1 in-plural masculine
naq antvMapudungunnounafternoonRaguileo-Alphabet
naq antvMapudungunnouneveningRaguileo-Alphabet
naq antvMapudungunnounsunsetRaguileo-Alphabet
naufragarCatalanverbto be shipwrecked
naufragarCatalanverbto fail
naʼachʼąąhNavajoverbto draw, to design, to paint pictures
naʼachʼąąhNavajoverbto be an artist
naʼachʼąąhNavajonounart
naʼachʼąąhNavajonoundecoration
naʼachʼąąhNavajonounillustration
neo-Englishprefixnewmorpheme
neo-Englishprefixcontemporarymorpheme
neo-EnglishprefixHaving a structure, similar to that of neopentane, in which each hydrogen atom of a methyl group has been replaced by an alkyl groupchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencesmorpheme
neo-EnglishprefixBeing a newly-discovered or -synthesized variant of an existing compoundchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencesmorpheme
neuchialgaghManxadjsimple, plain
neuchialgaghManxadjundeceitful, unfeigned, guileless
obsideoLatinverbto sit, remain, abide, stayconjugation-2
obsideoLatinverbto frequent, haunt, inhabitconjugation-2
obsideoLatinverbto besiege; hem in, beset, invest, blockade a placegovernment military politics warconjugation-2 transitive
obsideoLatinverbto detain, hold captiveconjugation-2 transitive
obsideoLatinverbto occupy, fill, possessconjugation-2
obsideoLatinverbto watch closely; to be on the lookout forconjugation-2
obuchPolishnounpoll, butt (blunt end of an axe)inanimate masculine
obuchPolishnounwar hammer, hammer axeinanimate masculine
ocellaireCatalannounbirdcatcherby-personal-gender feminine masculine
ocellaireCatalannounaviculturist (someone who raises birds)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
ocellaireCatalannounbird dealerby-personal-gender feminine masculine
oddurFaroesenounsharp pointmasculine
oddurFaroesenountopmasculine
odpadekPolishnoununused leftover piece of something used upinanimate masculine
odpadekPolishnounpiece of trashcolloquial inanimate masculine
offerDanishnounsacrificeneuter
offerDanishnounvictimneuter
olâMacaneseverbto see
olâMacaneseverbto look
olâMacaneseverbto watch
onyxEnglishnounA banded variety of chalcedony, a cryptocrystalline form of quartz.chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
onyxEnglishnounA jet-black color, named after the gemstone.countable uncountable
onyxEnglishnounAny of various lycaenid butterflies of the genus Horaga.countable uncountable
onyxEnglishadjjet-blacknot-comparable
opacizzareItalianverbto cloud, to darken, to make opaquetransitive
opacizzareItalianverbto smudgetransitive
organistreMiddle EnglishnounA person who plays a musical instrument; an instrumentalist.
organistreMiddle EnglishnounA person who plays the organ; an organist.
ortodoxiaSpanishnounorthodoxy (correctness in doctrine and belief)feminine
ortodoxiaSpanishnounOrthodoxy (the Eastern Orthodox Church and its foundations)feminine
osareItalianverbto dare, venture, used with the infinitive (sometimes preceded by di)transitive
osareItalianverbto dare (to have courage)intransitive
osareItalianverbto risk, attempt, followed by an objecttransitive
osareItalianverbto dare, used to attenuate the force of a statement or requesttransitive
ouvrageFrenchnounwork, labourmasculine
ouvrageFrenchnounpiece of workmasculine
ouvrageFrenchnounwork, oeuvremasculine
ouvrageFrenchnounbook, volumemasculine
pakningNorwegian Nynorsknouna pack (containing a product)
pakningNorwegian Nynorsknouna gasket, seal, washerengineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technical
pamplemousseFrenchnounpomelobiology botany natural-sciencesFrance masculine
pamplemousseFrenchnoungrapefruitmasculine
panelledEnglishadjHaving panels.UK
panelledEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of panelUK form-of participle past
pangaranBikol Centralnounname (identity of a person)
pangaranBikol Centralnountitle (of a book, story, film, etc)
pangaranBikol Centralnounnaming after someone
pangaranBikol Centralnounnaming a person (in connection of a crime)
papaverDutchnounpapaver, poppy, plant of the genus Papaverfeminine
papaverDutchnounseveral kinds of narcotic drugs made from the poppy.feminine
paradaSpanishnounstop (the act of stopping)feminine
paradaSpanishnounstation (a location where things stop)feminine
paradaSpanishnoun(football) stop, (baseball) catchhobbies lifestyle sportsfeminine
paradaSpanishnounfemale equivalent of paradofeminine form-of
paradaSpanishadjfeminine singular of paradofeminine form-of singular
paradaSpanishverbfeminine singular of paradofeminine form-of participle singular
paranoiaSwedishnounparanoia (psychiatric illness)common-gender
paranoiaSwedishnounparanoia (being paranoid)common-gender
parirCatalanverbto give birthintransitive transitive
parirCatalanverbto make, think upcolloquial transitive
parpalhonOccitannounbutterfly (insect)masculine
parpalhonOccitannouncropanatomy medicine sciencesLimousin masculine
parpalhonOccitannounbreast, chestanatomy medicine sciencesLimousin masculine
percursoPortuguesenouncourse, routemasculine
percursoPortuguesenounjourneymasculine
persiaFinnishnounthe Old Persian language
persiaFinnishnounSynonym of farsi.dated
petuniaEnglishnounAny of the flowering plants of genus Petunia, of which most garden varieties are hybrids.
petuniaEnglishnounA dark purple colour, like that of some petunia flowers.
petuniaEnglishnouna homosexualslang
petuniaEnglishadjOf a dark purple colour, like that of some petunia flowers.not-comparable
phonateEnglishverbTo make sounds with the voice.intransitive
phonateEnglishverbTo use the voice to make (specific sounds).transitive
phonateEnglishadjvoicednot-comparable
phosphoricEnglishadjPertaining to the element phosphorus; containing phosphorus, especially in its higher valency (5).chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
phosphoricEnglishadjPertaining to a phosphor; phosphorescent.figuratively literary
picchiatoreItaliannounthug, goon, beatermasculine
picchiatoreItaliannounsluggerboxing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warmasculine
pigliareItalianverbto grabinformal transitive
pigliareItalianverbto catchinformal transitive
pigliareItalianverbto takeinformal transitive
pigliareItalianverbto take root (of a plant) [auxiliary avere] / to take root (of a plant)colloquial informal intransitive transitive
pigliareItalianverbto set (of varnish, stucco, etc.) [auxiliary avere] / to set (of varnish, stucco, etc.)colloquial informal intransitive transitive
pimpóHungariannouncinquefoil, potentilla (any plant of the genus Potentilla)
pimpóHungariannounbeeswing (filmy, translucent crust found in port and other old wines which have been bottled-aged for a long time)
pimpóHungariannounament, catkinbiology botany natural-sciencesregional
piojentoSpanishadjlouserelational
piojentoSpanishadjlousy (infested with lice)
pirataPortuguesenounpirate (person who commits robbery at sea against other ships)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
pirataPortuguesenounpirate (person who reproduces copyrighted works without permission)by-personal-gender feminine masculine
pirataPortugueseadjpiratefeminine masculine
pitkäjalkaFinnishnounstilt (three species of bird in the genera Himantopus and Cladorhynchus)
pitkäjalkaFinnishnounblack-winged stilt, Himantopus himantopus.
podmazatiSerbo-Croatianverbto lubricate, oiltransitive
podmazatiSerbo-Croatianverbto grease the palm (of), grease palms, i.e. to bribefiguratively transitive
postiženíCzechnounverbal noun of postihnoutform-of neuter noun-from-verb
postiženíCzechnoundisabilityneuter
postiženíCzechadjanimate masculine nominative/vocative plural of postiženýanimate form-of masculine nominative plural vocative
praeservoLatinverbto watch over beforehandconjugation-1
praeservoLatinverbto protect beforehand, keep beforehand, guard beforehand, save beforehandconjugation-1
praeservoLatinverbto preserve, store beforehandconjugation-1
prairie dogEnglishnounAny of genus Cynomys, small, stout-bodied burrowing rodents with shallow cheek pouches, native to North America and Central America.
prairie dogEnglishverbTo pop up from a hole or similar in a manner that resembles the way a prairie dog pops his head up from his burrow.intransitive transitive
prairie dogEnglishverbTo struggle to hold back an involuntary bowel movement.euphemistic slang
premixEnglishnounA blend of components that has been mixed in advance of use or of further processing.countable uncountable
premixEnglishnounA manufactured beverage consisting of alcohol and soft drink, milk or other non-alcoholic drinks; an alcopop.Australia countable informal uncountable
premixEnglishverbTo blend in advance.
przekonywającyPolishadjconvincing (effective as proof or evidence)
przekonywającyPolishverbactive adjectival participle of przekonywaćactive adjectival form-of participle
prójimoSpanishnounneighbour (a person living on adjacent or nearby land)masculine
prójimoSpanishnounfellow manmasculine
prügelnGermanverbto beat (up), to striketransitive weak
prügelnGermanverbto fight (each other); to get into a fightreflexive weak
päinFinnishadvagainst, -wards, to, on (indicating movement or direction straight towards something)
päinFinnishadvUsed to indicate approximate direction or location; multiple translations into English are possible, may even be omitted if the direction is indicated in some other way in English.
päinFinnishadvtowards, for (indicating the direction of change)
päinFinnishadvway, side (up) (indicating position, status etc.)
päinFinnishnouninstructive plural of pääform-of instructive plural
pꜣqtEgyptiannouna flat piece or object; plate / potsherd
pꜣqtEgyptiannouna flat piece or object; plate / plate of the skull
pꜣqtEgyptiannouna flat piece or object; plate / turtle shell
pꜣqtEgyptiannounfine linen cloth
quinteiroGaliciannounsquare, plaza (in a hamlet)masculine
quinteiroGaliciannoungroup of houses belonging to a larger village or hamletmasculine
quinteiroGaliciannounpatio or yard around a farmhouse with its dependenciesmasculine
quinteiroGalicianadjfifth
radarSpanishnounradarmasculine
radarSpanishnounspeed cameramasculine
ragogghiaSiciliannounring. Particularly: / hoop, wicketfeminine
ragogghiaSiciliannounring. Particularly: / Short for bocci e ragogghia (“croquet”).abbreviation alt-of feminine
ragogghiaSiciliannounring. Particularly: / a ring in a whippletree systemfeminine
ragogghiaSiciliannounring. Particularly: / piece of metal placed in a horse's mouth to keep his mouth open to give it medicationfeminine
rateNorwegian Nynorsknounratemasculine
rateNorwegian Nynorsknouninstalment (UK) or installment (US)masculine
ravenousEnglishadjVery hungry.
ravenousEnglishadjGrasping; characterized by strong desires.
reconocerSpanishverbto recognize
reconocerSpanishverbto acknowledge, to own
reconocerSpanishverbto distinguish
reinventEnglishverbTo invent again something that has already been invented.
reinventEnglishverbTo adapt into a different form; to give a new style or image to.
reproducciónSpanishnounreproduction, procreation (the act of reproducing new individuals biologically)feminine
reproducciónSpanishnounreproduction (the act of making copies)feminine
reproducciónSpanishnounreproduction, copy, duplicate (a copy of something, as in a piece of art; a duplicate)feminine
reproducciónSpanishnounplayback (the replaying of something previously recorded, especially sound or moving images)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesfeminine
reproducciónSpanishnounplay (an instance of watching or listening to digital media)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesfeminine
reproducciónSpanishnounview (an individual viewing of a video by a user)Internet feminine
rerailEnglishverbTo replace on the rails.rail-transport railways transporttransitive
rerailEnglishverbTo renew the rails in a railway line.
responsabileItalianadjresponsible, accountable, liable, in charge
responsabileItaliannounperson responsible, managerby-personal-gender feminine masculine
responsabileItaliannounperson in chargeby-personal-gender feminine masculine
responsabileItaliannounculpritby-personal-gender feminine masculine
ressabiarPortugueseverbto resent
ressabiarPortugueseverbto be timorous (easily scared)of an animal
ressabiarPortugueseverbto suspect
retraitFrenchnounretreatmasculine
retraitFrenchnounwithdrawalmasculine
retraitFrenchnounoutball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
retraitFrenchnoundismissalball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
retraitFrenchnouncoitus interruptuslifestyle sex sexualitymasculine
reumaGaliciannounrheummedicine pathology sciencesarchaic feminine
reumaGaliciannounrheumatismmedicine pathology sciencesfeminine
revancheEnglishnounRevenge or retaliation.countable uncountable
revancheEnglishnounThe political policy of regaining lost territory.countable uncountable
rispuntareItalianverbto reappear, to turn up again, to come up again [auxiliary essere] / to reappear, to turn up again, to come up againintransitive
rispuntareItalianverbto pare again, to prune againagriculture business lifestyletransitive
robarSpanishverbto rob
robarSpanishverbto steal
robarSpanishverbto draw (e.g., a card from an opponent in a game)
robarSpanishverbto kidnap, abductobsolete
rostrumLatinnounbill or beak of a birddeclension-2
rostrumLatinnounsnout or muzzle of an animaldeclension-2
rostrumLatinnounprow of a shipnautical transportdeclension-2
rostrumLatinnouna stage or platform for speaking in the forumdeclension-2 plural-normally
rromanesRomaniadvin the Romani way
rromanesRomaniadvin the Romani language
rural coachEnglishnounA private tutor not connected with a college.historical
rural coachEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see rural, coach.
röijeliFinnishnounroyal sailnautical transport
röijeliFinnishnouncompounded with other words, used in sailing terminology as the adjective royal is used in English
salmeNorwegian Bokmålnounhymnlifestyle religionmasculine
salmeNorwegian Bokmålnounpsalmbiblical lifestyle religionmasculine
samhnasachIrishadjnauseating, disgusting
samhnasachIrishadjeasily nauseated, queasy, squeamish
sarcásticoPortugueseadjsarcastic (containing sarcasm)comparable
sarcásticoPortugueseadjsarcastic (prone to use sarcasm) (of a person)comparable
sardynkaPolishnounsardine (fish)feminine
sardynkaPolishnounsardine (meat)feminine
schnąćPolishverbto dry (to lose moisture)imperfective intransitive
schnąćPolishverbto wither (to shrivel, droop, especially from lack of water)imperfective intransitive of plants
schnąćPolishverbto lose weight rapidlycolloquial imperfective intransitive
schwierigGermanadjdifficult, hard, challenging, tough
schwierigGermanadjdifficult, pricklyof a person
scotographEnglishnounAn instrument for writing in the dark, or by the blind.obsolete rare
scotographEnglishnounAn impression made on a photographic plate by a radioactive substance without the intervention of any opaque object other than the screen of the plate.arts hobbies lifestyle photographyobsolete rare
scotographEnglishnounAn image of a ghost or other apparition appearing on unexposed film.lifestyle occultism religion
sebességHungariannounspeed, velocitycountable uncountable
sebességHungariannoungear (a particular combination or choice of interlocking gears, such that a particular gear ratio is achieved)automotive cycling hobbies lifestyle sports transport vehiclescountable uncountable
segurarPortugueseverbto hold; to grasp
segurarPortugueseverbto make safe
segurarPortugueseverbto hold back (act with reserve; contain one’s full measure or power)
segurarPortugueseverbto hold back; to contain; to stop
segurarPortugueseverbto insure (provide for compensation if some specified risk occurs)
setingentésimoPortugueseadjseven hundredthnumeral ordinal
setingentésimoPortuguesenounseven hundredth (one of seven hundred parts of a whole)masculine
signumLatinnounvisible indication: sign, mark, signaldeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounseal, signetdeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounemblem, ensigndeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounwatchworddeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounsymptom, prognosticdeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounmiracle, miraculous work, signdeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounstatue, figuredeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounconstellation; sign in the heavens, heavenly signdeclension-2 neuter poetic
signumLatinnounsignum (medieval tower bell used particularly for ringing the 8 canonical hours)Medieval-Latin declension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounthe cross of Jesus Christ & Christianity.Medieval-Latin declension-2 neuter
sirklaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of sirkle: / simple pastpast
sirklaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of sirkle: / past participleparticiple past
sistoLatinverbto cause to stand; to set; to placeconjugation-3 transitive
sistoLatinverbto stop, to haltconjugation-3 transitive
sistoLatinverbto place oneself; to standconjugation-3 intransitive
sistoLatinverbto stabilise, consolidate, strengthen, reinforceconjugation-3
sistoLatinverbto cause to appear in courtlawconjugation-3 transitive
sistoLatinverbto appear in courtlawconjugation-3 intransitive
sistoLatinverbto stop, to stand still; to halt; to stand firmconjugation-3 intransitive
siurekPolishnoundoodle, wieneranimate childish masculine
siurekPolishnounlittle boyanimate colloquial masculine
skilletEnglishnounA pan for frying, generally large and heavy.US
skilletEnglishnounA dish or meal cooked in such a pan.US attributive sometimes
skilletEnglishverbTo cook in a skillet.
skitaSwedishverbto shitvulgar
skitaSwedishverbto not give a shit about, to ignore, to skip
skitaSwedishverbto make (something) dirty (usually with implied disapproval)intransitive transitive
skitaSwedishnounan anuscommon-gender in the definite slang vulgar
sloužitCzechverbto serve (somebody)imperfective
sloužitCzechverbto serve as, to be used as [+ k (dative) = for] / to serve as, to be used asimperfective
slámIrishnounlock, tuftmasculine
slámIrishnounhandful, amount, quantitymasculine
slámIrishnounwisp, cloudmasculine
sláttrOld Norsenounmowingmasculine
sláttrOld Norsenounplaying (a harp)masculine
smaltireItalianverbto digest (food, etc.)transitive
smaltireItalianverbto get over (a problem, disappointment, etc.)broadly transitive
smaltireItalianverbto swallow (put up with)broadly figuratively transitive
smaltireItalianverbto dispose of (waste)broadly transitive
smaltireItalianverbto lose weightbroadly transitive
smaltireItalianverbto drain off or awaytransitive
smaltireItalianverbto sell off (goods), to get rid ofbroadly informal transitive
smøyeNorwegian Nynorskverbto stitch
smøyeNorwegian Nynorskverbto pull (of clothing)
snúraIcelandicnouna cord, a linefeminine
snúraIcelandicnouna clotheslinefeminine
snúraIcelandicnounan electrical cord, a flex (UK)feminine
sommatoItalianverbpast participle of sommareform-of participle past
sommatoItalianadjadded
sommatoItalianadjassociated
sorprendereItalianverbto surprise, to catch unawaretransitive
sorprendereItalianverbto surprise, to astonish, to amazetransitive
sorprendereItalianverbto leave an impression onliterary transitive
sparaIcelandicverbto spareweak
sparaIcelandicverbto save (money)weak
specheMiddle Englishnounspeaking, speech
specheMiddle Englishnoundialogue, discussion, conversation
specheMiddle Englishnounremark, claim
specheMiddle Englishnounwriting, text
specheMiddle Englishnounmeeting, conference
specheMiddle Englishnounlanguage, tongue
spelenDutchverbto playintransitive
spelenDutchverbto play (a game)transitive
spelenDutchverbto play (a musical instrument)intransitive transitive
spelenDutchverbto play (a role)transitive
spelenDutchnounplural of spel (“tournament”)form-of plural
spelenDutchnounAn organised series of athletic or other entertaining competitive events, such as the Olympics or varied gladiatorial fights.
spensieratoItalianadjcarefree, unconcerned
spensieratoItalianadjlighthearted
squickEnglishnounA source of individual psychological discomfort; something that repels one.countable slang uncountable
squickEnglishverbTo gross out, to disgust.slang transitive
squickEnglishverbTo be grossed out, to experience disgust.intransitive slang
squickEnglishverbTo sexually penetrate a disgusting part of the head, such as an eye-socketslang transitive
straffNorwegian Bokmålnouna punishmentmasculine
straffNorwegian Bokmålnouna penaltymasculine
straffNorwegian Bokmålverbimperative of straffeform-of imperative
suck hind titEnglishverbTo feed from an inferior source of food.idiomatic
suck hind titEnglishverbTo be the youngest or most neglected child.idiomatic
suck hind titEnglishverbTo be last in line.idiomatic
svédHungarianadjSwedish (of, from, or relating to Sweden, its people or language)not-comparable
svédHungariannounSwede (person)countable uncountable
svédHungariannounSwedish (language)countable uncountable
sweeteningEnglishnounThe process of making something sweeter.countable uncountable
sweeteningEnglishnounA sweetener.countable uncountable
sweeteningEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of sweetenform-of gerund participle present
syllabaryEnglishnounA table or list of syllabic letters or syllables.communications journalism literature media orthography publishing writing
syllabaryEnglishnounA writing system where each character represents a complete syllable.communications journalism literature media orthography publishing writing
systoleEnglishnounThe rhythmic contraction of the heart, by which blood is driven through the arteries.medicine physiology sciences
systoleEnglishnounA shortening of a naturally long vowel.human-sciences linguistics phonology prosody sciences
systoleEnglishnounThe shortest noncontractible loop on a compact metric space.mathematics sciences
szalmalángHungariannounthe quickly flaring and dying flame of lit strawrare
szalmalángHungariannounflash in the pan (a transient occurrence with no long-term effect)idiomatic
sêdzjeWest Frisianverbto sate, to satiate
sêdzjeWest Frisianverbto saturate
służbaPolishnounservice (work for a community or to achieve a specific goal, which someone performs with dedication and a sense of mission) [+dative = to whom/what] / service (work for a community or to achieve a specific goal, which someone performs with dedication and a sense of mission)feminine uncountable
służbaPolishnounservice (work as a member of the military)countable feminine
służbaPolishnounservice (state of being subordinate to or employed by an individual or group)feminine uncountable
służbaPolishnounservice (people in such a state or employed as such)feminine uncountable
służbaPolishnounservice (department in a company, organization, or institution)countable feminine
służbaPolishnounservice (duties performed during specific working hours in some institutions)feminine uncountable
służbaPolishnounservice (act of waiting on someone)feminine obsolete uncountable
służbaPolishnounservice, table settingcountable feminine obsolete
służbaPolishnounsideboard (piece of furtniture for such a setting)countable feminine obsolete
tacnungOld Englishnounan indication, sign, signification
tacnungOld Englishnounan evidence, proof
tacnungOld Englishnouna forewarning, prognostication
tacnungOld Englishnouna direction, ordering
tantiyahinTagalogverbto estimate; to calculate
tantiyahinTagalogverbto weigh up; to make an assessment (as of someone's ability, etc.)
teahouseEnglishnounA cafe or restaurant that serves tea, usually with light food.
teahouseEnglishnouna public lavatory, particularly (dated US gay slang) as a meeting place for gay men.euphemistic
teraliIndonesiannounbar or grill
teraliIndonesiannounbar or grill / window bar
teraliIndonesiannountrellis
teraliIndonesiannounrailing
testarPortugueseverbto testify
testarPortugueseverbto test
testarPortugueseverbto fill
to each his ownEnglishproverbEvery person is entitled to his or her personal preferences and tastes.
to each his ownEnglishproverbEveryone should receive what they deserve.
touristiqueFrenchadjtourist, tourist'srelational
touristiqueFrenchadjtouristy, touristic (which attracts tourists)
touwDutchnounropeneuter
touwDutchnounstringdiminutive neuter
touwDutchnounClipping of getouw (“loom”).abbreviation alt-of clipping neuter
transbordarPortugueseverbto overflow (to fill beyond the limits of)transitive
transbordarPortugueseverbto overflow (to be filled beyond its limits)intransitive
transbordarPortugueseverbto express a feeling excessively
transvectionEnglishnounAn epigenetic interaction between an allele on one chromosome and the corresponding allele on the homologous chromosomebiology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
transvectionEnglishnounA kind of linear mapping which leaves all points on one axis fixed, while other points are shifted parallel to the axis by a distance proportional to their perpendicular distance from the axismathematics sciencescountable uncountable
transvectionEnglishnounThe act of supernatural flight, such as by a witch.countable uncountable
trasmettersiItalianverbreflexive of trasmettereform-of reflexive
trasmettersiItalianverbto be transmitted, be passed on, be spread
trasmettersiItalianverbto be handed down
trousoGaliciannounvomitmasculine
trousoGaliciannounsnow heapmasculine
trousoGaliciannounAlternative form of trouzoalt-of alternative masculine
trousoGalicianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of trousarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
tråSwedishnoundesire, great longingcommon-gender feminine obsolete
tråSwedishnounagony, great sufferingcommon-gender feminine obsolete
trådNorwegian Nynorsknounthreadmasculine
trådNorwegian Nynorsknounwiremasculine
trådNorwegian Nynorsknounflossmasculine
tukkanauhaFinnishnountwistband (elastic hair tie for e.g. making a ponytail)
tukkanauhaFinnishnounsnood (band or ribbon for keeping the hair in place).
tuotannollinenFinnishadjproductive (of, or relating to the creation of goods or services)
tuotannollinenFinnishadjmanufacturing (used in manufacturing)
turhauttaaFinnishverbto frustrate (to disappoint or defeat)
turhauttaaFinnishverbto frustratehuman-sciences psychology sciences
twi-nightEnglishadjOf a doubleheader: occurring between the hours of twilight and night.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable
twi-nightEnglishnounA twi-night doubleheader.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
täritEast Central Germanadjfoolish, stupidErzgebirgisch
täritEast Central GermanadjhornyErzgebirgisch vulgar
tåkeNorwegian Bokmålnouna fog or mistclimatology meteorology natural-sciences weatherfeminine masculine
tåkeNorwegian Bokmålnouna nebulaastronomy natural-sciencesfeminine masculine
töjaSwedishverb(often with ut (“out”)) to stretch (make longer or more spacious (by pulling or stretching)) / to stretch (make longer or more spacious (by pulling or stretching))often with ut (“out”)
töjaSwedishverb(reflexive, sometimes with ut (“out”)) to stretch (become longer or more spacious (by being pulled or stretched)) / to stretch (become longer or more spacious (by being pulled or stretched))reflexive sometimes with ut (“out”)
törjHungarianverbsecond-person singular subjunctive present indefinite of törform-of indefinite present second-person singular subjunctive
törjHungarianverbsecond-person singular subjunctive present indefinite of törikform-of indefinite present second-person singular subjunctive
ubicarSpanishverbto position; to placetransitive
ubicarSpanishverbto findtransitive
ubicarSpanishverbto be locatedreflexive
ubicarSpanishverbto position oneselfreflexive
ubicarSpanishverbto behave well, seemlyreflexive
uciągnąćPolishverbto be able to pull somethingperfective transitive
uciągnąćPolishverbto be able to move a fluid inside of something by sucking itof a fluid perfective transitive
uciągnąćPolishverbto take a small portion of a fluid by sucking itof a fluid perfective transitive
uciągnąćPolishverbto be able to run a programcolloquial intransitive of electronics perfective
uciągnąćPolishverbto be able to continue doing something difficultperfective transitive
uciągnąćPolishverbto grab something stealthilyperfective transitive
uleczaćPolishverbto cure (to restore to health)imperfective literary transitive
uleczaćPolishverbto cure (to bring a disease or its bad effects to an end)imperfective literary transitive
uleczaćPolishverbto cure [+ z (genitive) = of something] (to cause to be rid of a defect)imperfective literary transitive
ulokeFinnishnounappendage, limbanatomy medicine sciences
ulokeFinnishnounprojection, eave (anything that projects out)
unctEnglishverbTo anoint, especially a monarch or other patriarchal leader.archaic
unctEnglishverbTo lubricate.
unterschreibenGermanverbto sign (write one’s signature)class-1 intransitive strong transitive
unterschreibenGermanverbto signclass-1 obsolete strong
unterschreibenGermanverbto write under or below somethingclass-1 strong
vakaNorwegian Nynorskverbto be awake, to not get to sleepintransitive
vakaNorwegian Nynorskverbto stay awake (through the night) to help or keep watchintransitive
vakaNorwegian Nynorskverbto be on guard, on watchintransitive
vakaNorwegian Nynorskverbto appear at the surface of the waterfishing hobbies lifestyleintransitive
vakaNorwegian Nynorskverbto float, stay afloatnautical transportintransitive often
vakaNorwegian Nynorsknoundefinite singular of vakedefinite feminine form-of singular
vakaNorwegian Nynorsknoundefinite plural of vakdefinite form-of neuter plural
vanligNorwegian Bokmåladjcommon, usual, typical
vanligNorwegian Bokmåladjordinary
verdurousEnglishadjFreshly green; verdant; covered with verdure, or consisting of it.
verdurousEnglishadjHaving youthful or new qualities.
verrannollinenFinnishadjproportional
verrannollinenFinnishadjcomparativecomparative
versauernGermanverbto go staleweak
versauernGermanverbto acidifyweak
versauernGermanverbto stagnateweak
verschlimmbessernGermanverbto make something worse in an honest but failed attempt to improve itinformal weak
verschlimmbessernGermanverbto edit a text and thereby unintentionally distort itinformal weak
većinomSerbo-Croatianadvmostly, mainly
većinomSerbo-Croatianadvby majority
vikaSwedishverbto fold
vikaSwedishverbto dedicate (time), to designate a period of time for a certain actioncolloquial
vikaSwedishverbto dedicate, to set aside for a special person or a special usecolloquial
vikaSwedishverbto give up, to give in (under pressure)reflexive
vikaSwedishverbto bend (by laughing too much)reflexive
vikaSwedishverbto sleep, to go to bedreflexive
vikaSwedishverb(vika av) to deflect, to deviate (from a path)transitive
vikaSwedishverb(vika ut) to unfold, to open a foldouttransitive
vikaSwedishverb(vika ut) to expose oneself as a (more-or-less nude) centerfold, to appear (nude) in a magazine or onlinereflexive
vikaSwedishverbto talk openly (on personal topics)figuratively reflexive
vikaSwedishadvto give way, to give in, to fold (under pressure)in the expression
vispetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of vispe: / simple pastpast
vispetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of vispe: / past participleparticiple past
vistîFriulianverbto dresstransitive
vistîFriulianverbto clothetransitive
vistîFriulianverbto wear, put ontransitive
volailleFrenchnounpoultryfeminine
volailleFrenchnounpo-po, baconfeminine slang
volailleFrenchnouna freshman in a military schooldated feminine slang
volailleFrenchnouna thievish prostitutefeminine obsolete slang
voluntárioPortuguesenounvolunteer (one who voluntarily offers himself/herself for service)masculine
voluntárioPortuguesenounvolunteer (one who enters into military service voluntarily)government military politics warmasculine
voluntárioPortugueseadjvoluntary (done, given, or acting of one’s own free will)
voluntárioPortugueseadjvoluntary (working or done without payment)
vorlageEnglishnounA skiing position in which the skier leans forward while keeping their heels in contact with the skis.countable uncountable
vorlageEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of Vorlagealt-of countable uncountable
votarPortugueseverbto voteintransitive
votarPortugueseverbto vote for somebodytransitive with em
votarPortugueseverbto vote against somethingtransitive with contra
votarPortugueseverbto poll
vykoupitCzechverbto ransomperfective
vykoupitCzechverbto redeemperfective
vykoupitCzechverbto buy outperfective
waase̩Limburgishverbto growWest class-6 intransitive present singular strong third-person
waase̩Limburgishverbto grow, to increaseWest class-6 figuratively intransitive present singular strong third-person
wartkiPolishadjfast-flowing (of liquids)
wartkiPolishadjfast-rolling (of objects or events)
wartkiPolishadjfast, quick, swift, speedy (moving with great speed, or capable of doing so)
waxingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of waxform-of gerund participle present
waxingEnglishnounThe action of the verb to wax.countable uncountable
waxingEnglishnounA cosmetic procedure in which hair is removed from the body by the application and removal of wax.countable
waxingEnglishnounA recording intended for a phonograph.countable
wizualizowaćPolishverbto exemplify, to illustrate (to clarify something by giving, or serving as, an example or a comparison)imperfective literary transitive
wizualizowaćPolishverbto envisage, to envision (to form a mental picture of)imperfective literary transitive
wombedMiddle EnglishadjPossessing a stomach.Late-Middle-English
wombedMiddle EnglishadjHaving a stomach with the respective qualiry.in-compounds with other adjective
wronglyEnglishadvIn violation of a moral or other standard, code, or convention; in an unfair, unjust, dishonest, or immoral manner; unfairly, unjustly, dishonestly, immorally, wrongfully; wrongly convicted is synonymous with wrongful conviction and miscarriage of justice.
wronglyEnglishadvIncorrectly, mistakenly; by error.
wyprostowaćPolishverbto right, to straighten (to make straight)perfective transitive
wyprostowaćPolishverbto make something stand or hang straightperfective transitive
wyprostowaćPolishverbto remove wrinkles or bumps from somethingperfective transitive
wyprostowaćPolishverbto explain, to make clear, to straighten (to clarify a situation or concept to someone)colloquial perfective transitive
wyprostowaćPolishverbto straighten up (to become straight or straighter)perfective reflexive with się
wyprostowaćPolishverbto get straightenedperfective reflexive with się
wyprostowaćPolishverbto be made clear, to get explainedcolloquial perfective reflexive with się
xarъProto-Slavicadjgloomy, darkreconstruction
xarъProto-Slavicadjdilapidated, shabbyreconstruction
xícaraPortuguesenouna cup or mug (vessel with a handle for hot beverages)feminine
xícaraPortuguesenouncupful (the amount of liquid that fits a cup)feminine
ylang ylangEnglishnounThe fragrant flower of a tropical tree (Cananga odorata) native to southeast Asia.countable
ylang ylangEnglishnounAn essential oil derived from this flower used in aromatherapy and perfumes.uncountable
ylang ylangEnglishnounThe tree (Cananga odorata) on which ylang ylang flowers grow.countable
yānaPalinoungoing, journey, motionneuter
yānaPalinounmeans of conveyance (including animals)neuter
yānaPalinounvehicleneuter
zaduživatiSerbo-Croatianverbto get into debtreflexive
zaduživatiSerbo-Croatianverbto obligatetransitive
zaduživatiSerbo-Croatianverbto mortgagetransitive
zadłużyćPolishverbto incur (e.g. a fine)perfective transitive
zadłużyćPolishverbto run up a debtperfective reflexive with się
zaprzącPolishverbto harness (to put a harness on an animal)perfective transitive
zaprzącPolishverbto force (a person or animal) to workcolloquial perfective transitive
zaprzącPolishverbto harness, to control (some power or resource)perfective transitive
zestfulEnglishadjFull of zest. / Of food, or an aroma or flavour: pleasantly piquant, pungent, or spicy; zesty.
zestfulEnglishadjFull of zest. / Eager, enthusiastic.figuratively
zestfulEnglishadjFull of zest. / Having a spirited love of life; ebullient, zesty.figuratively
zirkoonDutchnounzirconneuter uncountable
zirkoonDutchnounzirconiumneuter uncountable
zirkoonDutchnounA zircon crystal.masculine
zloduchCzechnounevil spirit, cacodemon (malevolent spirit)animate masculine
zloduchCzechnounfiend (evil person)animate masculine
zvrstveníCzechnounverbal noun of zvrstvitform-of neuter noun-from-verb
zvrstveníCzechnounstratificationneuter
zzutcheHadzanouncoldmasculine singular
zzutcheHadzanounwind; breezein-plural masculine
ËnnergangLuxembourgishnounfall, declinemasculine
ËnnergangLuxembourgishnounsinking (of a ship, etc.)masculine
ËnnergangLuxembourgishnounsetting (of the sun, the moon, etc.)masculine
ÞebaIcelandicnameThebes (ancient Egyptian city; modern Luxor)feminine
ÞebaIcelandicnameThebes (ancient Greek city in Boeotia)feminine
ÞebaIcelandicnameThebes (a modern city in the regional unit of Boeotia, in central Greece)feminine
à la françaiseFrenchadvof or according to a French manner or style, like the French
à la françaiseFrenchadvservice à la française, buffet (in which each guest compiles their own menu from a selection of dishes)cooking food lifestyle
éifeachtachtIrishnounefficacy, effectivenessfeminine
éifeachtachtIrishnounefficiency, competencefeminine
íoslaghdúIrishnounverbal noun of íoslaghdaighform-of masculine noun-from-verb
íoslaghdúIrishnounminimizing, minimizationmasculine
íoslaghdúIrishnounminimizationmathematics sciencesmasculine
önkéntesHungarianadjvoluntary, volunteer
önkéntesHungariannounvolunteer (one who enters into, or offers themselves for, any service of their own free will, especially when done without pay)
önkéntesHungariannounvolunteer (one who enters into military service voluntarily)government military politics war
þyseMiddle EnglishdetAlternative form of þis (“this”)alt-of alternative
þyseMiddle EnglishpronAlternative form of þis (“this”)alt-of alternative
þyseMiddle EnglishdetAlternative form of þes (“these”)alt-of alternative
þyseMiddle EnglishpronAlternative form of þes (“these”)alt-of alternative
þyȝMiddle EnglishnounAlternative form of þigh (“thigh”)alt-of alternative
þyȝMiddle EnglishadvAlternative form of þe (“the”)alt-of alternative
Đông KinhVietnamesenamea ward of Lạng Sơn, Vietnam
Đông KinhVietnamesenamea rural commune in Thái Bình, Vietnam
Đông KinhVietnamesenamea former name of Đông Kết, a rural commune in Hưng Yên, Vietnamobsolete
Đông KinhVietnamesenameformer name of Hanoi, capital city of Vietnamhistory human-sciences sciences
Đông KinhVietnamesenameTokyo (a prefecture, the capital city of Japan)obsolete
Đông KinhVietnamesenameKaifeng (a prefecture-level city in Henan, China; former capital of China)history human-sciences sciences
Đông KinhVietnamesenameXingqinghistory human-sciences sciences
Đông KinhVietnamesenameLiaoyang (a prefecture-level city in Liaoning, China; former capital from 1621 to 1625 of China)history human-sciences sciences
Đông KinhVietnamesenameGyeongju, Donggyeong (the ancient capital of the Korean kingdom of Goryeo, from 987 to 1012; now a modern city in South Korea)history human-sciences sciences
đâyVietnamesepronthis place here
đâyVietnamesepronthis thing/person
đâyVietnameseparticleemphasizes the very thing or person here
đâyVietnameseparticleforms a question expressing uncertainty or doubt
đâyVietnameseparticleSentence-final particle used to point out a place or an event the speaker wants to stress. The place or event can be seen at the moment of speaking.
đâyVietnameseparticlesentence-final particle used to refer to the speaker's idea or feeling of existence or presence of something without certain proof
đèn đỏVietnamesenounred light
đèn đỏVietnamesenountraffic lightbroadly
đèn đỏVietnamesenounmenstrual periodfiguratively slang
đốVietnameseverbto pose a riddle or quiz; to ask a question (that one knows the answer of, in order to test intelligence or memory)
đốVietnameseverbto challenge; to defy; to bid defiance (to)
żbokkaMalteseverbto flow or lead into (of a river, stream, road, etc.)
żbokkaMalteseverbto get off one's chest
żołnierzPolishnounsoldier (member of an army)government military politics warmasculine person
żołnierzPolishnounprivate (soldier of the lowest rank in the army)government military politics warmasculine person
żołnierzPolishnounarmy, troops, soldiers, collectivelygovernment military politics warcollective masculine person
žednetiSerbo-Croatianverbto become thirstyintransitive
žednetiSerbo-Croatianverbto crave for, long forintransitive
žádatCzechverbto requireimperfective
žádatCzechverbto requestimperfective
žádatCzechverbto ask forimperfective transitive with o
ανακτώGreekverbto regain, recover
ανακτώGreekverbto regainfiguratively
ανακτώGreekverbto restore, recover (data)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
αναλόγιοGreeknounmusic stand
αναλόγιοGreeknounlectern
ανταγωνιστήςGreeknouncompetitor, rival
ανταγωνιστήςGreeknounantagonist
απογυμνώνωGreekverbto strip
απογυμνώνωGreekverbto divest, to deprive
δεκανόςAncient Greeknoundecanus, decurion
δεκανόςAncient Greeknounpolice officerin Egypt
δεκανόςAncient Greeknoundecansastrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencesin-plural
καρπόςAncient Greeknounfruit, grain, produce, harvestAttic Doric Epic Ionic Koine
καρπόςAncient Greeknounthe product of something: children (fruit of the body), poetry (fruit of the mind), profitAttic Doric Epic Ionic Koine
καρπόςAncient Greeknounwrist
κιμωλίαGreeknounchalk (soft, white, powdery limestone)
κιμωλίαGreeknounchalk (piece of the above used for writing on blackboard)broadly
κρείσσωνAncient Greekadjcomparative degree of κρατύς (kratús): more powerfulcomparative form-of
κρείσσωνAncient Greekadjcomparative degree of ᾰ̓γᾰθός (agathós): bettercomparative form-of
κόστοςGreeknouncostbusiness finance
κόστοςGreeknounmoney or effort expended in achieving something
κόστοςGreeknouncost pricebusiness finance
κόστοςGreeknounrate
κόστοςGreeknounconsequences
περάωAncient Greekverbto go from one side to another
περάωAncient Greekverbto pass through over or traverse, cross, esp. over water
περάωAncient Greekverbto penetrate or pierce (of a pointed weapon)intransitive
περάωAncient Greekverbto sell as a slave
πιλοτάριζεGreekverb3rd person singular imperfect form of πιλοτάρω (pilotáro).form-of imperfect singular third-person
πιλοτάριζεGreekverb2nd person singular imperfective imperative form of πιλοτάρω (pilotáro).form-of imperative imperfective second-person singular
πραματευτέςGreeknounnominative plural of πραματευτής (pramateftís)form-of nominative plural
πραματευτέςGreeknounaccusative plural of πραματευτής (pramateftís)accusative form-of plural
πραματευτέςGreeknounvocative plural of πραματευτής (pramateftís)form-of plural vocative
σαλτάρωGreekverbto jump
σαλτάρωGreekverbto go crazy, go mad, flipslang
σπέρχωAncient Greekverbto set in rapid motion, haste, hurry
σπέρχωAncient Greekverbto be hasty of temperfiguratively
υπίλαρχοςGreeknounthe rank of lieutenant in a cavalry unitobsolete
υπίλαρχοςGreeknounthe rank of lieutenant in an armoured unit (NATO grade OF-1 in the British and US armies)government military politics war
φοβίζωGreekverbto browbeat, challenge
φοβίζωGreekverbto frighten, scare
ϫⲟⲉⲓⲧCopticnounoliveSahidic
ϫⲟⲉⲓⲧCopticnounolive treeSahidic
ДіанаUkrainiannamea female given name, equivalent to English Diana
ДіанаUkrainiannameCereshuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman
авантюраRussiannoungamble (risky, uncertain and occasionally successful event or action)
авантюраRussiannounadventure, venturedated
амжихMongolianverbto do in time, to make it in time
амжихMongolianverbto succeed
асӄNivkhnounyounger brother; little brother
асӄNivkhnounyounger sister; little sister
блестиSerbo-Croatianverbto blather, to talk foolishlyarchaic imperfective intransitive
блестиSerbo-Croatianverbto blasphemearchaic imperfective intransitive
блестиSerbo-Croatianverbto bleat, to baaarchaic imperfective intransitive
браковатьRussianverbto reject, to consider defective
браковатьRussianverbto condemn
валенокRussiannounone of a pair of traditional Russian felt boots, sg valenok, pl valenki
валенокRussiannounclumsy or stupid person
валенокRussiannounsediment of dust on the fancomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesslang
валенокRussiannounold age pension, sixty-six in the lotto gamein-plural slang
впоруRussianadvfitting just rightcolloquial
впоруRussianadvone might as well, one can do little more thancolloquial
генийRussiannouna genius (someone possessing extraordinary mental capacity)animate
генийRussiannoungenius (extraordinary mental capacity)inanimate
генийRussiannoungenius, tutelary deityhuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman animate
генийRussiannounembodiment, quintessence, spiritanimate figuratively literary
долговременныйRussianadjlong-term, of long duration, lasting
долговременныйRussianadjpermanentgovernment military politics war
дөрвөдMongoliannoun(⁓ аймаг) Dörböds, an Oirat-Mongol tribe ruled by Esen’s descendants of the Choros clanplural
дөрвөдMongoliannoun(⁓ аймаг) Dorbods, an Aru-Mongol tribe ruled by Hasar’s descendants of the Borjigit clanplural
дөрвөдMongoliannoun(⁓ аймаг) Dorbods, another Aru-Mongol tribe ruled by Hasar’s descendants, which was originally called дөрвөн хүүхдийн аймаг (dörvön xüüxdiin ajmag, literally “tribe of the four sons”)plural
дөрвөдMongoliannoun(⁓ хүн) A member of each three tribes listed abovesingulative
животBulgariannounlifecountable
животBulgariannounvitality, energyuncountable
животBulgariannounlifetimecountable
животBulgariannounbiographycountable
животBulgariannounexistence, the world in generaluncountable
животBulgariannouna style of life, livingcountable
животBulgariannouncost of living, a person's means of supporting himself, livelihoodcountable
животBulgariannounreal life, realityuncountable
животBulgariannounagreement, harmonyuncountable
заикнутьсяRussianverbto stammer, to stutter
заикнутьсяRussianverbto hint (at), (just) to mention, to touch (upon)colloquial
замислитиSerbo-Croatianverbto imagineintransitive transitive
замислитиSerbo-Croatianverbto conceive, plantransitive
замислитиSerbo-Croatianverbto think, become absorbed in thoughtreflexive
замислитиSerbo-Croatianverbto become concernedreflexive
засыпкаRussiannounfilling up, pouring in
засыпкаRussiannounsomething poured onto or added to foodcolloquial
засыпкаRussiannounassistant miller (employee who pours grain for grinding, pours flour into bags, etc.)dated dialectal
засыпкаRussiannounrefiller, loader, backfiller (of ore or coal into a furnace)dated dialectal
затяжкаRussiannounpuff, inhalation (cigarette)
затяжкаRussiannoundrawing tight, tightening
затяжкаRussiannountie-bar, baulk, straining beam, string piece
збліднутиUkrainianverbto pale, to go pale, to turn pale, to turn whiteintransitive
збліднутиUkrainianverbto fadefiguratively intransitive third-person
зрадитиUkrainianverbto betraytransitive
зрадитиUkrainianverbto be unfaithful to, to cheat ontransitive
зрадитиUkrainianverbto let downtransitive
изчитамBulgarianverbto read (all, to the end), to read through
изчитамBulgarianverbto finish reading
изчитамBulgarianverbto read out
иллэҥYakutadjfree (idle, not busy)
иллэҥYakutadjfree (empty)
испещритьRussianverbto speckle (often with many colors)literary
испещритьRussianverbto mark up with notesliterary
курортUkrainiannounhealth resort, spa resort, spa town
курортUkrainiannounresort, holiday resortbroadly
лазяBulgarianverbto creep, to crawlintransitive
лазяBulgarianverbto cringe, to grovel beforefiguratively intransitive
лазяBulgarianverbto clamber, to scrambleintransitive transitive
лазяBulgarianverbto climb, to creep oneself up (a tree, a slope, etc.)dialectal reflexive with се
летоSerbo-Croatiannounsummer, summertime
летоSerbo-Croatiannounyeararchaic
лисичкаRussiannounDiminutive of лиса́ (lisá, “fox”): little fox, foxie; female fox cub, fox kit, fox pupanimate diminutive form-of
лисичкаRussiannounchanterelle (a mushroom of the Cantharellus genus)inanimate
мостоваяRussiannounroadway, carriage way
мостоваяRussiannounpavement
наголоситиUkrainianverbto stress, to accent, to accentuatehuman-sciences linguistics phonology sciencestransitive
наголоситиUkrainianverbto stress, to emphasizefiguratively transitive
насыпатьRussianverbto strew, to pour (to distribute objects or pieces of something, of friable objects, not liquids)
насыпатьRussianverbto sputter, to pelt, to spout
насыпатьRussianverbto strew, to pour (to distribute objects or pieces of something, of friable objects, not liquids)
насыпатьRussianverbto sputter, to pelt, to spout
неподготовленныйRussianadjunprepared, untrained (not receiving the necessary training)
неподготовленныйRussianadjnot well-educated
неподготовленныйRussianadjunprepared, nonprepared (not cooked in advance)
неподготовленныйRussianadjunready
обозначатьсяRussianverbto show, to appear
обозначатьсяRussianverbpassive of обознача́ть (oboznačátʹ)form-of passive
оборачиватьRussianverbto turn
оборачиватьRussianverbto turn over
оборачиватьRussianverbto arrange, to get donecolloquial imperfective usually
оборачиватьRussianverbto turn (into)arts folklore history human-sciences literature media publishing sciences
оборачиватьсяRussianverbto turn around
оборачиватьсяRussianverbpassive of обора́чивать (oboráčivatʹ)form-of passive
одинокийRussianadjsolitary, single, lone
одинокийRussianadjlonely, lonesome
одинокийRussiannounsingle person, lone person (by oneself)
одинокийRussiannounlonely person
органBulgariannounorgananatomy medicine sciences
органBulgariannounorgan (clavier wind instrument)entertainment lifestyle music
паряBulgarianverbto be burning hot, to scorch (for thermal state)intransitive
паряBulgarianverbto sting, to burn (for taste, touch, or feeling)intransitive
паряBulgarianverbto steam, to poach, to seethetransitive
паряBulgarianverbto be agitated, flusteredfiguratively reflexive with се
перенесенняUkrainiannounverbal noun of перено́сити impf (perenósyty), перенести́ pf (perenestý), перено́ситися impf (perenósytysja), and перенести́ся pf (perenestýsja) / carrying across, transporting
перенесенняUkrainiannounverbal noun of перено́сити impf (perenósyty), перенести́ pf (perenestý), перено́ситися impf (perenósytysja), and перенести́ся pf (perenestýsja) / transfer, transferring, transference, transferral, move, moving, shift, shifting
перенесенняUkrainiannounverbal noun of перено́сити impf (perenósyty), перенести́ pf (perenestý), перено́ситися impf (perenósytysja), and перенести́ся pf (perenestýsja) / postponement
поклонъOld Church Slavonicnounbow
поклонъOld Church Slavonicnounworship
поклонъOld Church Slavonicnounsalutation, greeting
полдниRussiannounnoon, noontime, middayplural plural-only
полдниRussiannounplace to stop herds at middayRussia Southern plural plural-only regional
полдниRussiannounnominative/accusative plural of по́лдень (póldenʹ)accusative form-of nominative plural
пом'якшуватиUkrainianverbto soften, to make soft, to make softertransitive
пом'якшуватиUkrainianverbto assuage, to attenuate, to emolliate, to lenify, to mitigate, to mollifytransitive
пом'якшуватиUkrainianverbto palatalize, to palatize, to softenhuman-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencestransitive
пошагатьRussianverbto spend some time stepping or pacingcolloquial
пошагатьRussianverbto walk with measured steps, to pacecolloquial
приступRussiannounassault, onset, onslaught, storm
приступRussiannounfit, attack
приступRussiannounaccesscolloquial
радужныйRussianadjrainbowrelational
радужныйRussianadjcheerful
радужныйRussianadjoptimistic, bright, roseate, rosy
размягчатьRussianverbto soften
размягчатьRussianverbto mellow, to melt, to disarm (of emotion)figuratively
сокMacedoniannounjuice
сокMacedoniannounsap (juice of plants)
събераBulgarianverbto collect, to gather
събераBulgarianverbto pick up, to fetch
събераBulgarianverbto pack (baggage)
събераBulgarianverbto sweep up (trash)
събераBulgarianverbto bring together (as friends or romantically)
събераBulgarianverbto accumulate, to save
събераBulgarianverbto add (numbers)
събераBulgarianverbto muster up (courage, etc.)
събераBulgarianverbto garner (votes)
събераBulgarianverbto hold, to fit (a certain quantity)
събераBulgarianverbto meet, to come together (e.g. of roads or streams)intransitive reflexive with се
събераBulgarianverbto gather (of people)intransitive reflexive with се
събераBulgarianverbto accumulateintransitive reflexive with се
събераBulgarianverbto shrinkintransitive reflexive with се
събераBulgarianverbto fit [+ в (object) = in a space] / to fitintransitive reflexive with се
тяп-ляпRussianadvwilly-nilly (hastily or haphazardly)colloquial
тяп-ляпRussianadvincompetently, half-assedcolloquial
утаитьRussianverbto conceal, to keep to oneself, to keep a secret
утаитьRussianverbto steal, to appropriate
харчBelarusiannounfood, grub
харчBelarusiannounfood for thoughtfiguratively
чьстьOld Church Slavonicnounhonour
чьстьOld Church Slavonicnounrank
чьстьOld Church Slavonicnounreverence
эффектныйRussianadjimpressive, showy, spectacular
эффектныйRussianadjstriking, impactful
ұяңKazakhadjtender, soft
ұяңKazakhadjshy, timid, modestfiguratively
ұяңKazakhadjvoiced
ԱթանասArmeniannamean Ancient Greek male given name from Ancient Greek, Athanasius
ԱթանասArmeniannamean Armenian male given name, Atanas
դառնArmenianadjbitterof taste
դառնArmenianadjsorrowful, sadfiguratively
դառնArmenianadjstinging, poignantfiguratively
դատOld Armeniannountrial, judicial proceedings, litigation, cause, lawsuitlaw
դատOld Armeniannounjustice
զերծանիմOld Armenianverbto take something off somebody/oneself (of clothes, adornments, skin, etc.)transitive
զերծանիմOld Armenianverbto escape; to avoid; to get rid ofintransitive
ժամOld Armeniannounhour
ժամOld Armeniannountime, moment; proper time, precise time
ժամOld Armeniannounleisure-time, opportunity, occasion
ժամOld Armeniannounseason
ժամOld Armeniannounhoroscope, nativity, ascendantastrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
ժամOld Armeniannouncanonical hours, divine serviceChristianity
ժամOld Armeniannounchurchdialectal
մաշիկArmeniannounhigh-heeled shoe with a pointed toe formerly worn by men and womendialectal
մաշիկArmeniannounballet shoe, ballet slipper
טרופֿליעYiddishnountruffle (edible fungi)
טרופֿליעYiddishnounchocolate truffle
לשוניHebrewadjlingual (of or related to the tongue)
לשוניHebrewadjlinguistic (of or relating to language)
מספּרYiddishnounnumber (numeral)
מספּרYiddishnouncount
תוקףHebrewnounvalidity
תוקףHebrewnounpower
ازسرنوUrduadjall over again
ازسرنوUrduadvafresh
ازسرنوUrdunounda capo
اونٹUrdunouncamel, dromedary
اونٹUrduadjtallfiguratively indeclinable
اونٹUrduadjfool, foolishfiguratively indeclinable
ترسناکPersianadjscary
ترسناکPersianadjfrightening
ترياقArabicnounantidote, counter-remedy, panacea, antitoxin, theriac, treacle
ترياقArabicnounalcohol, intoxicating drinkpoetic
تنگUrduadjtight, narrow
تنگUrduadjtroubled, distressed, vexed
تنگUrduadjdistracted, bothered
حوطArabicverbto wall in
حوطArabicverbto encircle, surround
حوطArabicnounverbal noun of حَاطَ (ḥāṭa) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
سكمكOttoman Turkishverbto hop, jump on one single footintransitive
سكمكOttoman Turkishverbto skip, jump lightly and quicklyintransitive
سكمكOttoman Turkishverbto skip, ricochet or bounce over a surfaceintransitive
طلسمPersiannounenigma
طلسمPersiannountalisman
طلسمPersiannouncryptic characters or words
مغزPersiannounbrain
مغزPersiannounmarrow
هګۍPashtonounegg
هګۍPashtonouneggs
ورمOttoman Turkishnountumor, an abnormal growth or swellingmedicine oncology sciences
ورمOttoman Turkishnounconsumption, phthisis, tuberculosismedicine pathology sciences
ورمOttoman Turkishnounperson suffering from tuberculosisbroadly
ܒܝܬ ܢܗܪܝܢClassical SyriacnameMesopotamia (literally "[the land] between two rivers")
ܒܝܬ ܢܗܪܝܢClassical SyriacnameDiyar Rabi'a
ܚܙܩܝܐܝܠAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnamebook of Ezekielbiblical lifestyle religion
ܚܙܩܝܐܝܠAssyrian Neo-AramaicnameEzekiel, a prophet of the Biblebiblical lifestyle religion
ܚܙܩܝܐܝܠAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnamea male given name from Hebrew
अणुHindinounmolecule
अणुHindinounparticle
अन्वेषणSanskritnouninquiry
अन्वेषणSanskritnounenquiry
अन्वेषणSanskritnounsearch
अन्वेषणSanskritnouninvestigation
अन्वेषणSanskritnounresearch
अरोड़ाHindinameArora (a caste)
अरोड़ाHindinamea surname, equivalent to English Arora
अरोड़ाHindinounArora (member of the Arora caste)
आश्रमSanskritnounhermitage, the abode of ascetics, the cell of a hermit or of retired saints or sages; ashram
आश्रमSanskritnouna stage in the life of a Brahman (of which there are four corresponding to four different periods or conditions, namely 1st, ब्रह्मचारिन् (brahmacārin, “student of the veda”); 2nd, गृहस्थ (gṛha-stha, “householder”); 3rd, वानप्रस्थ (vānaprastha, “anchorite”); and 4th, संन्यासिन् (saṃnyāsin, “abandoner of all worldly concerns”), or sometimes भिक्षु (bhikṣu, “religious beggar”); in some places the law-givers mention only three such periods of religious life, the first being then omitted)
आश्रमSanskritnounhut built on festal occasions
आश्रमSanskritnouncollege, school
आश्रमSanskritnounwood, thicket
आश्रमSanskritnounname of a pupil of Pṛthvī-dharamasculine
एतबारHindinounbelief, faith; trust
एतबारHindinouncredibility, standing
घट्ट्Sanskritrootto rub (the hands) over, touch, shake, cause to movemorpheme
घट्ट्Sanskritrootto stir roundmorpheme
घट्ट्Sanskritrootto have a bad effect or influence onmorpheme
घट्ट्Sanskritrootto hurt with words, speak of malignantlymorpheme
जुदाHindiadjseparate, apart, splitindeclinable
जुदाHindiadjdifferent, unrelatedindeclinable
धनीHindiadjrich, affluentindeclinable
धनीHindiadjwealthyindeclinable
धनीHindiadjopulent, moneyedindeclinable
भगवानHindinounGod, the Almighty
भगवानHindinouna god; male deity, lord
मार्गHindinounpath, road, route
मार्गHindinounway
शूलSanskritnounany sharp instrument or pointed dart, lance, pike, spear (esp. the trident of Shiva)
शूलSanskritnouna stake for impaling criminals
शूलSanskritnounany sharp or acute pain (esp. that of colic or gout)
शूलSanskritnounpain, grief, sorrow
सेनाSanskritnounan army, armament, battle-array, armed force
सेनाSanskritnounmissile, dart, spear
सेनाSanskritnounname of Indra's wife (or his thunderbolt so personified)
सेनाSanskritnounany drilled troop or band or body of men (Bālar.)
सेनाSanskritnouna kind of title or addition to the names of persons (also names of courtezans) (Sāh.; compare Pāṇ. 4-1, 152 etc.)
सेनाSanskritnounname of a courtesan (abridged from कुबेरसेना (kubera-senā)) (HPariś.)
কোবAssamesenounA blow with a weapon.
কোবAssamesenounA stroke with a stick.
কোবAssamesenounforce, speed, extreme degree
বন্ধBengaliadjclosed, shut
বন্ধBengaliadjstopped
বীজBengalinounseed
বীজBengalinounpip, stone
বীজBengalinoungermmedicine pathology sciences
বীজBengalinounsemen
বীজBengalinouncause, root
ভাসাBengaliverbto float
ভাসাBengaliverbto drift in a body of liquid
ਚੂਹਾPunjabinounmouse, rat, bandicoot
ਚੂਹਾPunjabinounbooger (dried mucus)
நிர்வாகிTamilnounable person
நிர்வாகிTamilnounhonest person, one faithful to their word
நிர்வாகிTamilnounne who successfully undertakes the responsibility of carrying out a task, administrator manager
అద్దముTelugunounmirror: a smooth surface, usually made of glass with reflective material painted on the underside, that reflects light so as to give an image of what is in front of it.
అద్దముTelugunounglass
గుడ్డుTelugunounAn egg.
గుడ్డుTelugunounThe eyeball.anatomy medicine sciences
గుడ్డుTelugunouncoconut
ಬುದ್ಧSanskritadjKannada script form of बुद्ध (“awake”)Kannada character form-of
ಬುದ್ಧSanskritnounKannada script form of बुद्ध (“Buddha”)Kannada character form-of
പതനംMalayalamnoundownfall
പതനംMalayalamnounfall
പതനംMalayalamnouncollapse
ලුණුSinhalesenounsalt
ලුණුSinhalesenounsaline taste
ดาวThainounstar (any sense).
ดาวThainouncelebrity.
ดาวThainoun(classifier ตัว) (ปลา~) starfish.biology natural-sciences zoology
ดาวThainoun(classifier ตัว) (เสือ~) leopard.biology natural-sciences zoology
ดาวThainoun(classifier ตัว) (แมว~) leopard cat.biology natural-sciences zoology
ดาวThainoun(classifier ตัว) (กวาง~) chital.biology natural-sciences zoology
ที่Thaiprepat; to; on the site of; within; amidst; at the location of.
ที่Thaiprepfor; during; at the time of.
ที่Thaipronthat; which; that which; who; whom.
ที่Thaipronwhere; when.
ที่Thaiprefixthe person who.morpheme
ที่Thaiprefixan object pertaining to which; that which; an object for; for the purpose of; equipment or gear for a purpose.morpheme
ที่Thaiprefixa concept or idea pertaining to which.morpheme
ที่Thaiprefixa place or location pertaining to which; a place to do something.morpheme
ที่Thaiprefixan event, time, duration, or occurrence pertaining to which.morpheme
ที่Thaiprefixused with cardinal numbers to create ordinals. (Compare Chinese 第 (dì).)morpheme
ที่Thaiprefixused to indicate comparisons or ordering.morpheme
ที่Thaiparticleplaced after an adjective to indicate that it applies particularly and specifically to its preceding noun.
ที่Thaiparticleused in the pattern “เป็น (bpen) + ที่ + verb” to make an adjective from a verb.
ที่Thainounland; place; area; seat (booking and reservations); site; location.
ที่Thainounposition; office.
ที่ThaiclassifierClassifier for places, locations, servings. ⇒ all nouns using this classifier
ลัทธิThainoundoctrine; creed; ideology; belief system.
ลัทธิThainounfaith; belief; opinion.
ลัทธิThainounpractice.
ลัทธิThainouncult.
วินาศThainoundestruction; loss; ruin.
วินาศThaiverbto undergo or cause to undergo destruction, loss, or ruin.
อัฐThainumeight. Ordinal form: อัฐมะ.formal
อัฐThainounat: a unit of currency, equal to ⅛ of a เฟื้อง (fʉ́ʉang).historical
อัฐThainounmoney; currency.archaic colloquial
ဆါS'gaw Karennounpain
ဆါS'gaw Karenadjsick
ဆါS'gaw Karenadjpainful
ဆါS'gaw Karenadjsour
ဆါS'gaw Karenverbto sell
ნჯილოMingreliannounlionfiguratively
ნჯილოMingrelianadjpowerful, huge, enormous, thick
წითელიGeorgianadjred
წითელიGeorgianadjcommunistfiguratively historical
កំសាន្តKhmerverbto relax, rest
កំសាន្តKhmerverbto calm, pacify, placate
កំសាន្តKhmerverbto enjoy, entertain
កំសាន្តKhmernounamusement, entertainment, leisure, relaxation
ẹnaYorubanouncode
ẹnaYorubanounYoruba language game or wordplay
ọmọdeYorubanounchild
ọmọdeYorubanounchildhood
ἄοικοςAncient Greekadjhouseless, homeless
ἄοικοςAncient Greekadjmiserable (of a home)
ἐμμένωAncient Greekverbto abide in a place / to abide by, stand by, cleave to, be true to
ἐμμένωAncient Greekverbto abide in a place / to remain fixed, stand fast, hold goodof things
ἐμμένωAncient Greekverbto abide in a place
ⲛⲟⲩϯCopticnouna godBohairic Fayyumic
ⲛⲟⲩϯCopticnameGodBohairic Fayyumic with-definite-article
のむJapaneseverb飲む, 呑む: to drink, to gulp, to swallow; to eat (soup)
のむJapaneseverb飲む, 喫む: (smoking) to smoke tobacco
のむJapaneseverb飲む: to overwhelm, to engulf
のむJapaneseverb飲む: to suppress, to keep down
のむJapaneseverb飲む, 呑む: to take (medicine)
のむJapaneseverb飲む, 呑む: to accept something like a demand or a condition
ひもJapanesenounstring
ひもJapanesenounpimp (man who financially relies on managing prostitutes)
ひもJapanesenounfreeloader (one who financially relies on another person)
もっこりJapaneseadvbulgingly, standing out from the surroundings, erectly
もっこりJapaneseverbto bulge, to be erect
もっこりJapaneseverbto have a full belly, to be satiated
スクリュードライバーJapanesenounscrewdriver (tool)
スクリュードライバーJapanesenounscrewdriver (cocktail)
一號Chinesenounfirst day of the month
一號Chinesenountoilet; bathroomeuphemistic
一號Chinesenountop (in a homosexual relationship)LGBTslang
不治Chineseverbto be unable to be cured; to succumb
不治Chineseverbto be not treatedof disease
不治Chineseverbto not govern (a country)
九蓮寶燈ChinesenounNine Gates; a winning hand with tiles in the form of 1112345678999 and any one tile of the same suit without meldingboard-games games mahjong
九蓮寶燈ChinesenounPure Nine Gates; a winning hand formed by a player having collected tiles in the exact form of 1112345678999 of the same suit without melding, and completing with any one tile of that suitboard-games games mahjong
五月ChinesenounMay
五月Chinesenounmodern name for the fifth month of the Chinese lunar calendar
凱爾特人ChinesenounCelt; Celtic people
凱爾特人ChinesenounBoston Celtics (team in NBA)
凱爾特人ChinesenounCeltic F.C. (team in Scottish Premiership)
Chinesecharactercraftsman; artisan; workman
Chinesecharactermaster
Chinesecharacterto cooperate; to work together; to collaborate
Chinesecharacterto assist; to help
Chinesecharacterharmonious; in amity with
Chinesecharacterunited; joint; common
Chinesecharacterto choke (on food or fluid)
Chinesecharacterto block; to obstruct
Chinesecharacterto choke with sobs
Chinesecharacterto swallow forcefullyCantonese
Chinesecharacterto accept forcefullyCantonese figuratively
夫人Japanesenoun(another person's) wife, married ladyhonorific
夫人Japanesenounmadam, Mrs.
夫人Japanesenounwife of a noblemanarchaic
夫人Japanesenounconsort of the emperorarchaic
官話ChinesenounMandarin; Guanhua (group of Northern Chinese dialects including Putonghua (Standard Chinese))
官話Chinesenounbureaucratic gibberish; high-sounding but insincere words; officialese
寒酸Chineseadjshabby and miserable (usually of a poor scholar)
寒酸Chineseadjpoverty-stricken; poor
寒酸Chinesenounpoor scholararchaic
小籠包Chinesenounxiaolongbao (a kind of soup dumpling popular in the Shanghai area)Chinese-cuisine
小籠包Chinesenounsomeone who pretends to be cuteWu figuratively
Chinesecharacterends of bow
Chinesecharacterto make somebody change their opinion; to dissuade
Chinesecharacterto hold back
恁地Chineseadvlike sodialectal
恁地Chineseadvhow comedialectal
KoreancharacterHanja form of 한 (“deep-seated resentment”). [noun] / Hanja form of 한 (“deep-seated resentment”).Hanja alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 한 (“to resent; to hate”). [affix] / Hanja form of 한 (“to resent; to hate”).Hanja alt-of hanja
所費Chinesenountravel expensesHokkien Mainland-China
所費Chinesenoun(daily) expensesMin-Nan
Chinesecharacterto give up; to abandon
Chinesecharacterto give alms
Chinesecharacterto leave; to part
排球Chinesenounvolleyball (game played on a rectangular court between two teams who strike a ball back and forth over a net)
排球Chinesenounvolleyball (inflated ball used in such a game)
Chinesecharacterto poke; to pierce
Chinesecharacterto insert; to stick into; to interfere
Chinesecharacterto plant
Chinesecharacterto participate; to mix; to mingle
Chinesecharacterto scold; to criticizeCantonese
Chinesecharacterto pay attention to; to care aboutHokkien Min-Dong Singapore Teochew
Chinesecharacterto support someone by the armpitMin-Nan
Chinesecharacterto pin something to one's waist, etc.Hokkien Mainland-China
Chinesecharacterto bet; to wagerTaiwanese-Hokkien
Chinesecharacterto kidnap (for ransom)Zhangzhou-Hokkien
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 鍤/锸 (chā, “spade; shovel”)alt-of alternative
搬移Chineseverbto move; to shift; to remove
搬移Chineseverbto migrate
木耳菜ChinesenounMalabar spinachregional
木耳菜ChinesenounGynura cusimbua
歲物Chinesenounvegetation; plants; greeneryliterary
歲物Chinesenouncrop (anything that is planted for its yield)literary
比如Chineseverbto take for example; for example; for instance; such as
比如Chineseverbto suppose; supposing; if
比如ChinesenameBiru (a county of Nagqu, Tibet Autonomous Region, China)
Chinesecharacterlarge body of waterobsolete
Chinesecharacterto spread; to extendMin-Nan
Chinesecharacterto infectMin-Nan
Vietnamesecharacterhan no-gloss
Vietnameseaffixchữ Hán form of phụ (“father”).
Vietnameseaffixchữ Hán form of phụ (“elderly male relative”).
痺れるJapaneseverbto become numb, to go to sleepof a body part
痺れるJapaneseverbto receive an electric shock
痺れるJapaneseverbto be immensely fascinated
白夜Chinesenounthe midnight sun
白夜Chinesenoundaytimedialectal
白斑Chinesenounwhite patch of skin: / leukoplakia; leukoplasiamedicine sciences
白斑Chinesenounwhite patch of skin: / vitiligomedicine sciences
白痴Japanesenounidiocy, imbecility
白痴Japanesenounprofound mental retardation, indicating an IQ of under 25medicine sciencesdated
白痴Japanesenounan idiot, an imbecile
白痴Japanesenouna person suffering from profound mental retardation, with an IQ of under 25medicine sciencesdated
神魂Chinesenounstate of mind; mind
神魂Chinesenounsoul; spirit
禅那JapanesenoundhyanaBuddhism lifestyle religion
禅那JapanesenounA type of profound meditation practiced by followers of Zen Buddhism.Buddhism lifestyle religion
紅麴Chinesenoun"red yeast", Monascus purpureus
紅麴ChinesenounShort for 紅麴米/红曲米 (hóngqūmǐ).abbreviation alt-of
苦寒Chineseadjbitter cold
苦寒Chineseadjimpoverished; poverty-stricken
Chinesecharacterstraw mat
Chinesecharacterfodder grass
Chinesecharacterrepeatedly
Chinesecharacter^‡ to gather / to gatherhistorical obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 薦/荐 (jiàn, “to recommend”)alt-of alternative
蘆粟ChinesenounsorghumHakka Mandarin Meixian Min-Bei dialectal
蘆粟Chinesenounfoxtail milletJian'ou Min-Bei
血拼Chineseverbto fight a bloody battle; to fight or compete fiercely
血拼Chineseverbto go on a spending spree; to go shoppingslang
衰潲Chineseverbto have bad luck; to be out of luck; to be down on one's luckMin-Nan colloquial vulgar
衰潲Chineseverbto be looked down on as incompetent or incapableHokkien Mainland-China colloquial vulgar
裁判所Japanesenouncourtlaw
裁判所Japanesenouncourthouselaw
襻兒Chinesenounloop for fastening a button
襻兒Chinesenounsomething shaped like a button loop used to attach
贊成Chineseverbto approve; to agree
贊成Chineseverbto help accomplish; to help promoteliterary
Japanesecharacteragriculture, farminggrade-3-kanji kanji
Japanesenounagriculture, farming
Japanesenouna farmer
造物Chinesenounthe divine force that created the universe
造物Chinesenounluck; fateobsolete
造物Chineseverbto create all things
遊尞Chineseverbto amuse oneself; to play; to have funTaiwanese-Hokkien
遊尞Chineseverbto go sightseeing; to stroll aboutTaiwanese-Hokkien
金川ChinesenameJinchuan (a district of Jinchang, Gansu, China)
金川ChinesenameJinchuan (a county of Ngawa prefecture, Sichuan, China)
階梯Chinesenounflight of steps
階梯Chinesenounladder to success
Old Japanesenouna cloud (visible mass of water droplets or other related material suspended in the air)
Old Japanesenounthe smoke during cremation that is thought to be the soul of the deceased person ascending into the heavensbroadly
Old Japanesenouna cloudregional
鴿牢Chinesenounpigeon nestMin-Nan
鴿牢Chinesenounnarrow and small roomMin-Nan figuratively
鵜飼いJapanesenouncormorant fishing
鵜飼いJapanesenouncormorant fishermen
麵瓜ChinesenounpumpkinMandarin dialectal
麵瓜Chinesenounweak, useless or irresolute personderogatory figuratively
Koreannouncheek
Koreannounwidth (as of slim things)
𐌳𐌰𐌹𐌻𐍃Gothicnounpart, portion
𐌳𐌰𐌹𐌻𐍃Gothicnounshare
𒀀𒌑𒊑𒅖Hittitenounwatchtower, lookout, guardpost; fort, stronghold
𒀀𒌑𒊑𒅖Hittitenounwatch, guard
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA construction or natural feature that spans a divide. / A construction spanning a waterway, ravine, or valley from an elevated height, allowing for the passage of vehicles, pedestrians, trains, etc.
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA construction or natural feature that spans a divide. / The upper bony ridge of the human nose.anatomy medicine sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA construction or natural feature that spans a divide. / A prosthesis replacing one or several adjacent teeth.dentistry medicine sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA construction or natural feature that spans a divide. / The gap between the holes on a bowling ballbowling hobbies lifestyle sports
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounAn arch or superstructure. / An elevated platform above the upper deck of a mechanically propelled ship from which it is navigated and from which all activities on deck can be seen and controlled by the captain, etc; smaller ships have a wheelhouse, and sailing ships were controlled from a quarterdeck.nautical transport
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounAn arch or superstructure. / The piece, on string instruments, that supports the strings from the sounding board.arts crafts entertainment hobbies lifestyle lutherie music
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounAn arch or superstructure. / A particular form of one hand placed on the table to support the cue when making a shot in cue sports.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle pool snooker sports
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounAn arch or superstructure. / A cue modified with a convex arch-shaped notched head attached to the narrow end, used to support a player's (shooter's) cue for extended or tedious shots. Also called a spider.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle pool snooker sports
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounAn arch or superstructure. / Anything supported at the ends and serving to keep some other thing from resting upon the object spanned, as in engraving, watchmaking, etc., or which forms a platform or staging over which something passes or is conveyed.
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounAn arch or superstructure. / A defensive position in which the wrestler is supported by his feet and head, belly-up, in order to prevent touch-down of the shoulders and eventually to dislodge an opponent who has established a position on top.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war wrestling
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounAn arch or superstructure. / A similar position in gymnastics.gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / A rudimentary procedure before definite solutionmedicine sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / A device which connects two or more computer buses, typically in a transparent manner.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / A software component connecting two or more separate systems.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / A system which connects two or more local area networks at layer 2 of OSI model.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / An intramolecular valence bond, atom or chain of atoms that connects two different parts of a molecule; the atoms so connected being bridgeheads.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / An unintended solder connection between two or more components or pins.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / A contrasting section within a song that prepares for the return of the original material section.entertainment lifestyle music
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / An edge which, if removed, changes a connected graph to one that is not connected.graph-theory mathematics sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / A point in a line where a break in a word unit cannot occur.communications journalism literature media poetry publishing writing
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / A statement, such as an offer, that signals a possibility of accord.diplomacy government politics
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / A day falling between two public holidays and consequently designated as an additional holiday.
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract. / In turtles, the connection between the plastron and the carapace.biology natural-sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA connection, real or abstract.
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounAny of several electrical devices that measure characteristics such as impedance and inductance by balancing different parts of a circuitbusiness electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA low wall or vertical partition in the fire chamber of a furnace, for deflecting flame, etc.; a bridge wall.
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounThe situation where a lone rider or small group of riders closes the space between them and the rider or group in front.cycling hobbies lifestyle sports
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA solid crust of undissolved salt in a water softener.
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounAn elongated chain of teammates, connected to the pack, for improved blocking potential.
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishverbTo be or make a bridge over something.
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishverbTo span as if with a bridge.
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishverbTo transition from one piece or section of music to another without stopping.entertainment lifestyle music
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishverbTo connect two or more computer buses, networks etc. with a bridge.communication communications computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishverbTo go to the bridge position.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war wrestling
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishverbTo employ the bridge tactic. (See Noun section.)
(anatomy) bony ridge of the nosebridgeEnglishnounA card game played with four players playing as two teams of two players each.card-games gamesuncountable
(figuratively) to burst into bloomeffloresceEnglishverbTo burst into bloom; to flower.intransitive
(figuratively) to burst into bloomeffloresceEnglishverbOf something hidden: to come forth, to emerge; also, to reach full glory or power.figuratively intransitive
(figuratively) to burst into bloomeffloresceEnglishverbSenses relating to chemistry. / Of a substance: to change from being crystalline to powdery by losing water of crystallization.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
(figuratively) to burst into bloomeffloresceEnglishverbSenses relating to chemistry. / Of a salt: to seep through some material (bricks, concrete, earth, rock, etc.) in a dissolved state, and then crystallize on a surface in a powdery form.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
(figuratively) to burst into bloomeffloresceEnglishverbSenses relating to chemistry. / Of the surface of a material: to become covered with a powdery salt (as described in sense 3.2).chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
(informal) used to express agreement with a womanyessumEnglishcontractionUsed to express agreement with a woman (and, somewhat less commonly, a man): yes, ma'am.US contraction dated dialectal informal
(informal) used to express agreement with a womanyessumEnglishcontractionAlternative form of yes.Australia alt-of alternative contraction informal
(sports) to have a point scored againstconcedeEnglishverbTo yield or suffer; to surrender; to grant
(sports) to have a point scored againstconcedeEnglishverbTo grant, as a right or privilege; to make concession of.
(sports) to have a point scored againstconcedeEnglishverbTo admit or agree to be true; to acknowledge.
(sports) to have a point scored againstconcedeEnglishverbTo yield or make concession.
(sports) to have a point scored againstconcedeEnglishverbTo have a goal or point scored againsthobbies lifestyle sports
(sports) to have a point scored againstconcedeEnglishverb(of a bowler) to have runs scored off of one's bowling.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
*bagnъ (“type of aquatic vegetation”)bagnoProto-Slavicnounmarsh, swamp, bogreconstruction
*bagnъ (“type of aquatic vegetation”)bagnoProto-Slavicnounpeat, mud, siltreconstruction
*varъkъ (“fast, rushing”)varitiProto-Slavicverbto boil, cookreconstruction
*varъkъ (“fast, rushing”)varitiProto-Slavicverbto go ahead, to overtake, to take a leadimperfective reconstruction
*varъkъ (“fast, rushing”)varitiProto-Slavicverbto accomplish, complete in timeimperfective reconstruction
*wicāčáyati (+ *wi-)cāčáyatiProto-Iranianverbto prepare, make readyreconstruction
*wicāčáyati (+ *wi-)cāčáyatiProto-Iranianverbto make, buildreconstruction
*þinhsąþingąProto-Germanicnounappointed time; date; appointmentneuter reconstruction
*þinhsąþingąProto-Germanicnounmeeting; assembly, councilneuter reconstruction
*þinhsąþingąProto-Germanicnouncase, matter, issue (such as what is discussed at an assembly)neuter reconstruction
*þinhsąþingąProto-Germanicnouncase, matter, issue (such as what is discussed at an assembly) / thing, objectbroadly neuter reconstruction
A machine toolshaperEnglishnounOne who shapes.
A machine toolshaperEnglishnounA machine tool in which a single-point cutting tool mounted on a reciprocating ram is traversed across the workpiece linearly. Shapers can generate various shapes, but were most especially employed in generating flat surfaces and keyways. The shaper is nowadays obsolescent, most of its applications being served by milling machines.
A machine toolshaperEnglishnounA person who designs and builds surfboards.hobbies lifestyle sports surfing
Amelanchier alnifoliasaskatoonEnglishnounA shrub inhabiting western North America (Amelanchier alnifolia).Canadian-Prairies
Amelanchier alnifoliasaskatoonEnglishnounThe edible berry of this shrub.Canadian-Prairies
An act of misfiringmisfireEnglishnounAn act of misfiring.
An act of misfiringmisfireEnglishnounA failure.figuratively
An act of misfiringmisfireEnglishverbTo fail to discharge properly.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
An act of misfiringmisfireEnglishverbTo fail to ignite in the proper sequence.of an engine
An act of misfiringmisfireEnglishverbTo fail to achieve the anticipated result.broadly
Angry, annoyedhuffyEnglishadjAngry, annoyed, indignant or irritated.informal
Angry, annoyedhuffyEnglishadjEasily offended; thin-skinned or touchy.informal
Angry, annoyedhuffyEnglishadjHaughty, arrogant.informal
Angry, annoyedhuffyEnglishadjPuffed up.informal
Any member of Saimiri taxonomic genussaimiriEnglishnounsquirrel monkey
Any member of Saimiri taxonomic genussaimiriEnglishnounAny member of Saimiri, a taxonomic genus of South American arboreal monkeys comprising the squirrel monkeys.
Bhaiksuki scriptऋभुSanskritadjskillful, expert, master
Bhaiksuki scriptऋभुSanskritnounartisan, metalworker, craftsman
Bhaiksuki scriptऋभुSanskritnouna class of craftsmen godsHinduism
Bhaiksuki scriptचर्मन्Sanskritnounskin
Bhaiksuki scriptचर्मन्Sanskritnounpelt
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnoun"impulse", motive, cause, cause of, reason for (+locative, rarely dative or genitive)
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnoun"having as a cause or motive", "caused or effected or actuated or attracted or impelled by"
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnouna logical reason or deduction or argument, the reason for an inference (especially applied to the second member or अवयव (avayava) of the five-membered syllogism; compare न्याय (nyāya))
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnounlogic (in general, compare हेतुविद्या (hetuvidyā))
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnounthe agent of the causal verbgrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnounprimary cause (as opposed to प्रत्यय (pratyaya))with Buddhists
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnoun(with पशुपति (paśu-pati)s) that which causes the bondage of the soul i.e. the external world and the senses / that which causes the bondage of the soul i.e. the external world and the senseswith पशुपति (paśu-pati)s
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnounthe means
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnounmode, manner
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnounprice, cost
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnouncondition
Bhaiksuki scriptहेतुSanskritnoun= काव्यलिङ्ग (kāvya-liṅga)rhetoric
Deprived of one of its parts or of its endtruncatedEnglishadjDeprived of one of its parts or of its end.
Deprived of one of its parts or of its endtruncatedEnglishadjEnding abruptly as if cut across at the base or tip.
Deprived of one of its parts or of its endtruncatedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of truncateform-of participle past
East Asian patent publicationlay openEnglishverbTo publish a patent for initial public review, prior to the formal application for registration.intellectual-property law patent-lawJapan South-Korea
East Asian patent publicationlay openEnglishverbTo expose or reveal (something).transitive
East Asian patent publicationlay openEnglishverbTo open (something) through cutting or scissoring.transitive
Eurozone: inflation excluding energy, food, alcohol and tobacco pricescore inflationEnglishnounInflation excluding the increase or decrease of prices in some transitory sectors (usually food and energy).economics science sciencesuncountable usually
Eurozone: inflation excluding energy, food, alcohol and tobacco pricescore inflationEnglishnounInflation excluding energy, food, alcohol and tobacco prices.economics science sciencesin the Eurozone uncountable usually
Form II: دَسَّمَ (dassama, “to make greasy”); Active participleد س مArabicrootrelated to obturationmorpheme
Form II: دَسَّمَ (dassama, “to make greasy”); Active participleد س مArabicrootrelated to greasemorpheme
Form II: نَفَّسَ (naffasa, “to relieve”); Active participleن ف سArabicrootrelated to breathingmorpheme
Form II: نَفَّسَ (naffasa, “to relieve”); Active participleن ف سArabicrootrelated to selfmorpheme
Form III: خَابَرَ (ḵābara, “to write to, to negotiate”); Verbal nounخ ب رArabicrootto be fully aware, well-acquainted,morpheme
Form III: خَابَرَ (ḵābara, “to write to, to negotiate”); Verbal nounخ ب رArabicrootto be thoroughly informed or familiar with, to be an expert in or aboutmorpheme
Form III: خَابَرَ (ḵābara, “to write to, to negotiate”); Verbal nounخ ب رArabicrootto be privy to inside or true information aboutmorpheme
Form III: خَابَرَ (ḵābara, “to write to, to negotiate”); Verbal nounخ ب رArabicrootto have news, information, or the scoop aboutmorpheme
Form III: عَارَكَ (ʕāraka, “to make rub against, to crowd together; to fight against”)ع ر كArabicrootrelated to rubbing and tougheningmorpheme
Form III: عَارَكَ (ʕāraka, “to make rub against, to crowd together; to fight against”)ع ر كArabicroothence, related to skirmishingmorpheme
Form V: تَصَبَّرَ (taṣabbara); Verbal nounص ب رArabicrootRelated to bindingmorpheme
Form V: تَصَبَّرَ (taṣabbara); Verbal nounص ب رArabicrootRelated to patiencemorpheme
Form V: تَصَبَّرَ (taṣabbara); Verbal nounص ب رArabicrootRelated to perseverance, endurancemorpheme
Form VIII: اِخْتَطَبَ (iḵtaṭaba, “to ask for a girl's hand”); Active participleخ ط بArabicrootrelated to speechesmorpheme
Form VIII: اِخْتَطَبَ (iḵtaṭaba, “to ask for a girl's hand”); Active participleخ ط بArabicrootrelated to proposing marriagemorpheme
Grantha scriptवीडुSanskritadjstrong, firm, hard
Grantha scriptवीडुSanskritnounanything firmly fixed or strong, stronghold
Grantha script𑆱𑆁𑆱𑇀𑆑𑆸𑆠SanskritadjSharada script form of संस्कृतSharada character form-of
Grantha script𑆱𑆁𑆱𑇀𑆑𑆸𑆠SanskritnounSharada script form of संस्कृतSharada character form-of
Grantha script𑆱𑆁𑆱𑇀𑆑𑆸𑆠SanskritprefixSharada script form of संस्कृतSharada character form-of morpheme
Hindu goddess of wealthLakshmiEnglishnameThe Hindu goddess of wealth, the consort of Vishnu and married to Rama (in her incarnation as Sita) and Krishna (as Radha and Rukmini).
Hindu goddess of wealthLakshmiEnglishnameA female given name from Sanskrit used in India.
Maija Meikäläinen on omaa sukuaan Mäkelä.sukuFinnishnounextended family, kin (in addition to parents and children, includes cousins, uncles, aunts, grandparents and farther relatives)
Maija Meikäläinen on omaa sukuaan Mäkelä.sukuFinnishnoungenusbiology natural-sciences taxonomy
Maija Meikäläinen on omaa sukuaan Mäkelä.sukuFinnishnoungenderhuman-sciences linguistics sciences
Maija Meikäläinen on omaa sukuaan Mäkelä.sukuFinnishnounSynonym of genusmathematics sciences topology
Nandinagari scriptस्त्रीSanskritnouna woman, female
Nandinagari scriptस्त्रीSanskritnounwife
Nandinagari scriptस्त्रीSanskritnounthe female of any animal
Nandinagari scriptस्त्रीSanskritnounthe feminine gendergrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
Nandinagari scriptस्त्रीSanskritnouna kind of metre
Nominal derivationsrejeshaSwahiliverbCausative form of -rejea: to return, send backcausative form-of
Nominal derivationsrejeshaSwahiliverbto restore?
Of or relating to the citizencivicEnglishadjOf, relating to, or belonging to a city, a citizen, or citizenship; municipal or civil.
Of or relating to the citizencivicEnglishadjOf or relating to the citizen, or of good citizenship and its rights and duties.
Old Norse: myki, mykrDanish: møg→ Swedish: mög Icelandic: myki, mykjaNorwegian Bokmål: møkkNorwegian Nynorsk: myk→ Middle English: muk, mokEnglish: muckScots: mukmuk-Proto-Germanicnounslimereconstruction
Old Norse: myki, mykrDanish: møg→ Swedish: mög Icelandic: myki, mykjaNorwegian Bokmål: møkkNorwegian Nynorsk: myk→ Middle English: muk, mokEnglish: muckScots: mukmuk-Proto-Germanicnounliquid filth, addlereconstruction
Old Norse: myki, mykrDanish: møg→ Swedish: mög Icelandic: myki, mykjaNorwegian Bokmål: møkkNorwegian Nynorsk: myk→ Middle English: muk, mokEnglish: muckScots: mukmuk-Proto-Germanicnounmanure, dungreconstruction
Petiveria alliaceaanamuEnglishnounA plant of the species Petiveria alliacea; guinea hen weed.countable uncountable
Petiveria alliaceaanamuEnglishnounAn herbal medicine derived from the plant.uncountable
Procyon lotorraccoonEnglishnounAn omnivorous, nocturnal mammal native to North America, typically with a mixture of gray, brown, and black fur, a mask-like marking around the eyes and a striped tail; Procyon lotor.
Procyon lotorraccoonEnglishnounAny mammal of the genus Procyon.
Procyon lotorraccoonEnglishnounAny mammal of the subfamily Procyoninae, a procyonine.
Procyon lotorraccoonEnglishnounAny mammal of the family Procyonidae, a procyonid.
Procyon lotorraccoonEnglishnounAny mammal superficially resembling a raccoon, such as a raccoon dog.broadly proscribed
Sense 2꼴꼴Koreannounwith the cry of a pigletideophone onomatopoeic
Sense 2꼴꼴Koreannoungurglinglyideophone of a small stream of water
The state of being unknown; a thing that is unknownobscurityEnglishnounDarkness; the absence of light.countable literary uncountable
The state of being unknown; a thing that is unknownobscurityEnglishnounThe state of being unknown; a thing that is unknown.countable uncountable
The state of being unknown; a thing that is unknownobscurityEnglishnounThe quality of being difficult to understand; a thing that is difficult to understand.countable uncountable
The transport of a scalar by bulk fluid motionadvectionEnglishnounThe horizontal movement of a body of atmosphere (or other fluid) along with a concurrent transport of its temperature, humidity etc.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
The transport of a scalar by bulk fluid motionadvectionEnglishnounThe transport of a scalar by bulk fluid motion.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishnounA type of fine powder, as of sandarac, or cuttlefish bone, sprinkled over wet ink to dry the ink after writing or on rough paper to smooth the writing surface.historical uncountable usually
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishnounCharcoal dust, or some other coloured powder for making patterns through perforated designs, used by embroiderers, lacemakers, etc.historical uncountable usually
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishverbTo sprinkle or rub with pounce powder.transitive
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishnounA sudden leaping attack.
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishnounThe claw or talon of a bird of prey.archaic
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishnounA punch or stamp.
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishnounCloth worked in eyelet holes.
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishverbTo leap into the air intending to seize someone or something.intransitive
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishverbTo attack suddenly by leaping.intransitive
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishverbTo eagerly seize an opportunity.intransitive
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishverbTo strike or seize with the talons; to pierce, as with the talons.transitive
To eagerly seize an opportunitypounceEnglishverbTo stamp holes in; to perforate.transitive
To ignitefire upEnglishverbTo ignite.transitive
To ignitefire upEnglishverbOf an engine or similar, to start.intransitive
To ignitefire upEnglishverbTo launch; to run.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesinformal transitive
To ignitefire upEnglishverbTo excite; to infuse with energy.transitive
To ignitefire upEnglishverbTo grow irritated or angry.dated intransitive
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishnounThe breadth, depth or reach of a subject; a domain.countable uncountable
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishnounA device used in aiming a projectile, through which the person aiming looks at the intended target.engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrycountable uncountable
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishnounOpportunity; broad range; degree of freedom.countable uncountable
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishnounThe region of program source code in which a given identifier is meaningful, or a given object can be accessed.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencescountable uncountable
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishnounThe shortest sub-wff of which a given instance of a logical connective is a part.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishnounThe region of an utterance to which some modifying element applies.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishnounA periscope, telescope, microscope or oscilloscope.countable slang uncountable
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishnounAny medical procedure that ends in the suffix -scopy, such as endoscopy, colonoscopy, bronchoscopy, etc.medicine sciencescolloquial countable uncountable
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishverbTo perform a cursory investigation of; scope out.informal transitive
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishverbTo perform any medical procedure that ends in the suffix -scopy, such as endoscopy, colonoscopy, bronchoscopy, etc.medicine sciencescolloquial
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishverbTo define the scope of something.
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishverbTo limit (an object or variable) to a certain region of program source code.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishverbTo examine under a microscope.informal
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishverbTo observe a bird using a spotting scope.biology birdwatching natural-sciences ornithologyinformal
To perform a cursory investigationscopeEnglishnounA bundle, as of twigs.obsolete
To remove the outer covering or skin of something with a knifepareEnglishverbTo remove the outer covering or skin of something with a cutting device, typically a knife.transitive
To remove the outer covering or skin of something with a knifepareEnglishverbTo reduce, diminish or trim gradually something as if by cutting off.transitive
To remove the outer covering or skin of something with a knifepareEnglishverbTo trim the hoof of a horse.
To remove the outer covering or skin of something with a knifepareEnglishverbTo sharpen a pencil.Ireland slang
TranslationsRogersEnglishnameA surname; an English patronymic surname.countable
TranslationsRogersEnglishnameA placename / A town in Arkansas, United States.countable uncountable
TranslationsRogersEnglishnameA placename / A village in Colfax County, Nebraska, United States, named after a railroad official.countable uncountable
TranslationsRogersEnglishnameplural of Rogerform-of plural
TranslationsbacteriolyticEnglishadjof, relating to, or causing bacteriolysis
TranslationsbacteriolyticEnglishadjantibiotic
TranslationshyperrealEnglishadjOf or pertaining to philosophical hyperreality; perceivable as real by consciousness, though potentially unreal.
TranslationshyperrealEnglishadjBelonging to an extension of the real numbers containing those that cannot be produced by repeatedly adding 1; hence infinite.mathematics sciencesof a number
TranslationshyperrealEnglishadjHaving the appearance of hyperrealism.
TranslationshyperrealEnglishnounA hyperreal number.
TranslationsifritEnglishnounA kind of djinn mentioned in the Qur'an.Islam lifestyle religion
TranslationsifritEnglishnounA demon, evil spirit, often associated with the underworld.
TranslationsifritEnglishnounA species of passerine bird endemic to New Guinea, in full the blue-capped ifrit.
Translationsmuffle furnaceEnglishnounA small electric furnace or kiln, loaded from the front.
Translationsmuffle furnaceEnglishnounA furnace in which the subject material is isolated from the fuel and the products of combustion, including gases and flying ash.historical
TreasurytesouroGaliciannountreasure (collection of valuable things)masculine
TreasurytesouroGaliciannountreasurymasculine
TreasurytesouroGaliciannounhoardmasculine
TreasurytesouroGaliciannountreasure (anything greatly valued)masculine
TreasurytesouroGaliciannounTreasury (department responsible for management of public revenue)governmentcapitalized masculine often
Trojan asteroidtroijalainenFinnishadjTrojan (of, or relating to, the famed city of Troy or its inhabitants)not-comparable
Trojan asteroidtroijalainenFinnishadjTrojan, trojan (of, or relating to a Trojan point)astronomy natural-sciencesnot-comparable
Trojan asteroidtroijalainenFinnishadjTrojan (of, or relating to, a certain type of malware)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
Trojan asteroidtroijalainenFinnishnounTrojan (inhabitant of the mythical city of Troy)
Trojan asteroidtroijalainenFinnishnounTrojan asteroidastronomy natural-sciences
Trojan asteroidtroijalainenFinnishnounTrojan, trojan (certain type of malware)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
US StateMaineEnglishnameA former province of Pays de la Loire, France. Capital: Le Mans.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA river in Maine-et-Loire department, Pays de la Loire, France, a tributary of the Loire.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA state of the United States; probably named for the province in France. Capital: Augusta. Largest city: Portland.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA town in New York.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA town in Outagamie County, Wisconsin; named for the state.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA river in Maine, United States, flowing 5.5 miles from Pocomoonshine Lake in Princeton into Crawford Lake in Crawford.
US StateMaineEnglishnameUniversity of Maine.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA river in France, flowing 12 km through the city of Angers from the confluence of the Mayenne and Sarthe into the Loire.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA Scottish and English surname from Old French, a variant of Main.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA village in Marathon County, Wisconsin; named for county sheriff Uriah E. Maine.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA river in County Kerry, Ireland, flowing 43 km from Tobermaing into the Atlantic at Castlemaine.
US StateMaineEnglishnameA male given name of historical usage, notably borne by Irish kings Maine mac Cerbaill and Maine mac Néill.
US StateMaineEnglishnameAlternative form of Main: A river in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.alt-of alternative
Vulpes vulpesliška obecnáCzechnounred fox, Vulpes vulpes, a species within the family Canidaefeminine
Vulpes vulpesliška obecnáCzechnoungolden chanterelle (Cantharellus cibarius), a species of fungi in the family Cantharellaceaefeminine
a TitanMenoetiusEnglishnameA Titan, son of Iapetus and Clymene, he had three brothers: Atlas, Prometheus and Epimetheus. He joined Cronus and the Titans in their unsuccessful war against the Olympian gods. Zeus killed him with a thunderbolt and sent him down to Tartarus.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
a TitanMenoetiusEnglishnameOne of Hades' shepherds on Erythea. He told Geryon when Heracles stole Geryon's herd.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
a TitanMenoetiusEnglishnameFather of Patroclus and son of Actor. (Iliad, XI, 765)human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
a device that installs a software program into some other machineprogrammerEnglishnounOne who writes computer programs; a software developer.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
a device that installs a software program into some other machineprogrammerEnglishnounOne who decides which programs will be shown on a television station, or which songs will be played on a radio station.
a device that installs a software program into some other machineprogrammerEnglishnounA device that installs or controls a software program in some other machine.
a device that installs a software program into some other machineprogrammerEnglishnounA short film feature as part of a longer film program.archaic
a liquid containergoatskinEnglishnounThe skin of a goat.countable uncountable
a liquid containergoatskinEnglishnounA liquid container (especially of wine or water) made from goat leather.countable uncountable
a liquid containergoatskinEnglishnouna bodhran drum.Ireland colloquial countable uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounA period of 40 days, particularly / The 40-day period during which a widow is entitled to remain in her deceased husband's home while any dower is collected and returned.lawcountable historical uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounA period of 40 days, particularly / The 40-day period of isolation required after 1448 at Venice's lazaret to avoid renewed outbreaks of the bubonic plague and identical policies in other locations.countable historical uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounA period of 40 days, particularly / A 40-day period formerly imposed by the French king upon warring nobles during which they were forbidden from exacting revenge or continuing to fight.countable historical uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounA period of 40 days, particularlycountable uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounA period, instance, or state of isolation from the general public or from native livestock and flora enacted to prevent the spread of any contagious disease.countable uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounA similar period, instance, or state of rigidly enforced or self-enforced detention or isolation.countable figuratively uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounA place where such isolation is enforced, a lazaret.countable uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounA blockade of trade, suspension of diplomatic relations, or other action whereby one country seeks to isolate another.government politicscountable figuratively uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounAn isolation of one program, drive, computer, etc. from the rest of a computer network to limit the damage from a bug, computer virus, etc..computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable figuratively uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnounThe program, drive, computer, etc. thus isolated.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable figuratively uncountable
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishverbTo place into isolation to prevent the spread of any contagious disease.transitive
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishverbTo enter or stay in quarantine, particularly to self-quarantine to avoid an epidemic disease.intransitive
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishverbTo impose a quarantine, to establish quarantine regulations.intransitive obsolete
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishverbSynonym of isolate more generally.figuratively transitive
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishverbSynonym of restrict.figuratively transitive
a period, instance, or state of isolation to prevent the spread of diseasequarantineEnglishnameAlternative letter-case form of Quarantine: the Mount of Temptation where Jesus Christ supposedly fasted for 40 days, Jebel Quruntul near Jericho.Christianityalt-of obsolete
a person from Myanmar or of Burmese descentBurmeseEnglishadjOf or relating to Burma (Myanmar) or its people or language.not-comparable
a person from Myanmar or of Burmese descentBurmeseEnglishnounA person from Myanmar or of Burmese descent.
a person from Myanmar or of Burmese descentBurmeseEnglishnounA medium-sized, short-haired domestic cat breed, originating in Thailand.biology natural-sciences zoology
a person from Myanmar or of Burmese descentBurmeseEnglishnameThe Sino-Tibetan official language of the country Burma. Also known as Myanmar (which is the name preferred by the country's current government).
a person from Myanmar or of Burmese descentBurmeseEnglishnameThe script in which the Burmese language is written.
a piece, pattern, or sampleswatchEnglishnounA piece, pattern, or sample, generally of cloth or a similar material.
a piece, pattern, or sampleswatchEnglishnounA selection of such samples bound together.
a piece, pattern, or sampleswatchEnglishnounA clump or portion of something.figuratively
a piece, pattern, or sampleswatchEnglishnounA demonstration, an example, a proof.figuratively
a piece, pattern, or sampleswatchEnglishnounA tag or other small object attached to another item as a means of identifying its owner; a tally; specifically the counterfoil of a tally.Northern-England obsolete
a piece, pattern, or sampleswatchEnglishverbTo create a swatch, especially a sample of knitted fabric.
a piece, pattern, or sampleswatchEnglishnounA channel or passage of water between sandbanks, or between a sandbank and a seashore.UK
a sit-insit-downEnglishadjIntended to be done, used, consumed etc. while sitting.not-comparable
a sit-insit-downEnglishnounAn act of sitting down, especially with other people in some form of social exchange.
a sit-insit-downEnglishnounA sit-in, a protest of civil disobedience by people sitting and refusing to move.
able to be inheritedheritableEnglishadjThat can legally be inherited.
able to be inheritedheritableEnglishadjGenetically transmissible from parent to offspring; hereditary.
abnormal endabendEnglishnounThe abnormal termination of a program.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
abnormal endabendEnglishnounTermination of a process prior to completion.
abnormal endabendEnglishverbTo terminate abnormally.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
abnormality—something that is abnormalabnormityEnglishnounAlternative form of abnormalityalt-of alternative countable rare uncountable
abnormality—something that is abnormalabnormityEnglishnounA monstrositycountable uncountable
abolish; put an end todo away withEnglishverbTo abolish; to put an end to; to eliminate.idiomatic informal transitive
abolish; put an end todo away withEnglishverbTo have someone killed.euphemistic idiomatic informal transitive
act of assessing the overall merits of somethingfinal reckoningEnglishnounSynonym of judgement day (“the final trial of all humankind, both the living and the dead, by God expected to take place at the end of the world, when each is rewarded or punished according to their merits”)Christianity Islam lifestyle religionJudaism countable uncountable
act of assessing the overall merits of somethingfinal reckoningEnglishnounThe act of assessing the overall merits of something.countable figuratively uncountable
act of impressingimpressEnglishverbTo affect (someone) strongly and often favourably.transitive
act of impressingimpressEnglishverbTo make an impression, to be impressive.intransitive
act of impressingimpressEnglishverbTo produce a vivid impression of (something).transitive
act of impressingimpressEnglishverbTo mark or stamp (something) using pressure.transitive
act of impressingimpressEnglishverbTo produce (a mark, stamp, image, etc.); to imprint (a mark or figure upon something).
act of impressingimpressEnglishverbTo fix deeply in the mind; to present forcibly to the attention, etc.; to imprint; to inculcate.figuratively
act of impressingimpressEnglishverbTo compel (someone) to serve in a military force.transitive
act of impressingimpressEnglishverbTo seize or confiscate (property) by force.transitive
act of impressingimpressEnglishnounThe act of impressing.
act of impressingimpressEnglishnounAn impression; an impressed image or copy of something.
act of impressingimpressEnglishnounA stamp or seal used to make an impression.
act of impressingimpressEnglishnounAn impression on the mind, imagination etc.
act of impressingimpressEnglishnounCharacteristic; mark of distinction; stamp.
act of impressingimpressEnglishnounA heraldic device; an impresa.
act of impressingimpressEnglishnounThe act of impressing, or taking by force for the public service; compulsion to serve; also, that which is impressed.
act or process of shaping in a moldmoldingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of moldform-of gerund participle present
act or process of shaping in a moldmoldingEnglishnounThe act or process of shaping in or on a mold, or of making molds; the art or occupation of a molder.US countable uncountable
act or process of shaping in a moldmoldingEnglishnounAnything cast in a mold, or which appears to be so, as grooved or ornamental bars of wood or metal.US countable uncountable
act or process of shaping in a moldmoldingEnglishnounA plane, or curved, narrow surface, either sunk or projecting, used for decoration by means of the lights and shades upon its surface and to conceal joints, especially between unlike materials.architectureUS countable uncountable
act or process of shaping in a moldmoldingEnglishnounA planing machine for making moldings.US countable uncountable
act or process of shaping in a moldmoldingEnglishnounA machine to assist in making molds for castings.US countable uncountable
act or process of shaping in a moldmoldingEnglishnounA mill for shaping timber.US countable uncountable
act or process of shaping in a moldmoldingEnglishnounA kind of sand containing clay, used in making molds.US countable uncountable
advertisement — see also placardposterEnglishnounA picture of a celebrity, an event etc., intended to be attached to a wall.
advertisement — see also placardposterEnglishnounAn advertisement to be posted on a pole, wall etc. to advertise something.
advertisement — see also placardposterEnglishnounOne who posts a message.Internet
advertisement — see also placardposterEnglishnounA shot that hits a goalpost, scoring one point.informal
advertisement — see also placardposterEnglishnounA shot that hits a goalpost instead of passing into the goal.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sportsslang
advertisement — see also placardposterEnglishnounA dunk over a defending player.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sports
advertisement — see also placardposterEnglishverbTo decorate with posters.transitive
advertisement — see also placardposterEnglishnounA posthorse.dated
advertisement — see also placardposterEnglishnounA swift traveller; a courier.archaic
alcohol of butanebutanolEnglishnounAny of four isomeric aliphatic alcohols, C₄H₉-OH / butan-1-ol or n-butanol or butyl alcohol - CH₃(CH₂)₃-OHchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencescountable uncountable
alcohol of butanebutanolEnglishnounAny of four isomeric aliphatic alcohols, C₄H₉-OH / butan-2-ol or sec-butanol - CH₃CH₂CH(CH₃)-OHchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencescountable uncountable
alcohol of butanebutanolEnglishnounAny of four isomeric aliphatic alcohols, C₄H₉-OH / 2-methyl-propan-1-ol or iso-butanol - (CH₃)₂CHCH₂-OHchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencescountable uncountable
alcohol of butanebutanolEnglishnounAny of four isomeric aliphatic alcohols, C₄H₉-OH / 1,1-dimethyl-ethanol or tert-butanol - (CH₃)₃C-OHchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencescountable uncountable
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounA colourless non-aged alcoholic liquor made by distilling fermented grains such as barley, corn, oats or rye with juniper berries; the base for many cocktails.countable uncountable
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounGin rummy.uncountable
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounDrawing the best card or combination of cards.card-games pokercountable uncountable
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounA trick; a device or instrument.obsolete
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounA scheme; contrivance; artifice; a figurative trap or snare.obsolete
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounA snare or trap for game.
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounA machine for raising or moving heavy objects, consisting of a tripod formed of poles united at the top, with a windlass, pulleys, ropes, etc.
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounA hoisting drum, usually vertical; a whim.business mining
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounA pile driver.
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounA windpump.
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounA cotton gin.
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounAn instrument of torture worked with screws.
alcoholic beverageginEnglishverbTo remove the seeds from cotton with a cotton gin.transitive
alcoholic beverageginEnglishverbTo trap something in a gin.transitive
alcoholic beverageginEnglishverbTo begin.archaic
alcoholic beverageginEnglishnounAn Aboriginal woman.Australia
alcoholic beverageginEnglishconjIf.Appalachia Northern-England Scotland Southern-US
ambergrisambraFinnishnounambergris
ambergrisambraFinnishnounThe term keltainen ambra refers to amber (fossil resin).dated
an island in GreeceSpetsesEnglishnameAn island in the Argosaronic
an island in GreeceSpetsesEnglishnameA village in Greece located on an homonymous island.
and seeαγκύλοςGreekadjcurved
and seeαγκύλοςGreekadjhook shaped
and seeαράδαGreekadvone after another (continuously or non-stop)
and seeαράδαGreeknounline, queue (straight sequence of people or objects)
and seeαράδαGreeknounplace, spot (in a line or queue)broadly
any of several bulbous flowering plants, of the genus NarcissusnarcissusEnglishnounAny of several bulbous flowering plants, of the genus Narcissus, having white or yellow cup- or trumpet-shaped flowers, notably the daffodil
any of several bulbous flowering plants, of the genus NarcissusnarcissusEnglishnounA beautiful young man, like the mythological Greek Narcissus
any of several small turtles native to North America that live in brackish or fresh waterterrapinEnglishnounAny of several small turtles of the families Emydidae and Geoemydidae found throughout the world.countable
any of several small turtles native to North America that live in brackish or fresh waterterrapinEnglishnounAny turtle.countable obsolete
any of several small turtles native to North America that live in brackish or fresh waterterrapinEnglishnounAny of several small turtles native to North America that live in brackish or fresh water, especially the diamondback terrapin (Malaclemys terrapin).countable obsolete
any of several small turtles native to North America that live in brackish or fresh waterterrapinEnglishnounThe flesh of such a turtle used as food.obsolete uncountable
any specialized cell or structure that responds to sensory stimulireceptorEnglishnounOne who receives something or someone; in particular, one who harbors a fugitive.obsolete
any specialized cell or structure that responds to sensory stimulireceptorEnglishnounA protein on a cell wall that binds with specific molecules so that they can be absorbed into the cell in order to control certain functions.biochemistry biology chemistry medicine microbiology natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
any specialized cell or structure that responds to sensory stimulireceptorEnglishnounAny specialized cell or structure that responds to sensory stimuli.biology natural-sciences
appigliarsi (“to cling”)pigliareItalianverbto grabinformal transitive
appigliarsi (“to cling”)pigliareItalianverbto catchinformal transitive
appigliarsi (“to cling”)pigliareItalianverbto takeinformal transitive
appigliarsi (“to cling”)pigliareItalianverbto take root (of a plant) [auxiliary avere] / to take root (of a plant)colloquial informal intransitive transitive
appigliarsi (“to cling”)pigliareItalianverbto set (of varnish, stucco, etc.) [auxiliary avere] / to set (of varnish, stucco, etc.)colloquial informal intransitive transitive
approximate size or amountvicinityEnglishnounproximity; the state of being near.
approximate size or amountvicinityEnglishnounneighbourhood; nearby region; surrounding area.
approximate size or amountvicinityEnglishnounapproximate size or amount.
aristocraticJapanesecharacterexpensive (たかい)grade-6-kanji kanji
aristocraticJapanesecharacterworthful, precious (たかい, とうとい, たっとい)grade-6-kanji kanji
aristocraticJapanesecharactersuperior, aristocratic (たかい, とうとい, たっとい, えらい, あてやか)grade-6-kanji kanji
aristocraticJapanesecharacterto esteem (とうとぶ, たっとぶ)grade-6-kanji kanji
aristocraticJapaneseprefixadded to nouns related to people to indicate superiorityarchaic morpheme
aristocraticJapaneseprefixadded to nouns to indicate respect and possession: yourarchaic morpheme
aristocraticJapanesesuffixadded after nouns related to people to express love and respectmorpheme
aristocraticJapaneseadjnoble, aristocratic, high-bornarchaic
aristocraticJapaneseadjrefined, elegantarchaic
aristocraticJapanesenounone's own father (by extension of the “noble” meaning)archaic
aristocraticJapanesenounan honorific term for a deity or personarchaic
art: characterised by the use of simple form or structuresminimalEnglishadjThe smallest possible amount, quantity, or degree.
art: characterised by the use of simple form or structuresminimalEnglishadjCharacterised by the use of simple form or structures.art arts
art: characterised by the use of simple form or structuresminimalEnglishadjCharacterised by the repetition and gradual alteration of short phrases.entertainment lifestyle music
art: characterised by the use of simple form or structuresminimalEnglishnounSomething very small; a tiny part or fragment.
articulated at the soft palatevelarEnglishadjArticulated at the velum or soft palate.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
articulated at the soft palatevelarEnglishadjReferring to a veil or velum.biology mycology natural-sciences
articulated at the soft palatevelarEnglishnounA sound articulated at the soft palate.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
barleymiežisLithuaniannounbarley
barleymiežisLithuaniannounstye
beforethereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / About or near that place.not-comparable
beforethereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / About or around that date or time.not-comparable
beforethereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / About or near to that condition or quality.not-comparable
beforethereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / Approximately that number or quantity.not-comparable
beforethereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / About that; concerning that.not-comparable obsolete
beforethereaboutsEnglishadvSynonym of thereabout: / Near to that activity or situation.figuratively not-comparable obsolete
beforethereaboutsEnglishnounLocation; whereabouts.plural plural-only
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishadjBelow the ground; below the surface of the Earth.not-comparable
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishadjHidden, furtive, secretive.figuratively
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishadjOutside the mainstream, especially unofficial and hidden from the authorities.art artsof music usually
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishadvBelow the ground.
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishadvSecretly.
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishnounRegions beneath the surface of the earth, both natural (eg. caves) and man-made (eg. mines).geography natural-sciences
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishnounSynonym of subway: a railway that is under the ground.Britain
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishnounA movement or organisation of people who resist political convention.with-definite-article
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishnounA movement or organisation of people who resist artistic convention.with-definite-article
below the ground — see also subterraneanundergroundEnglishverbTo route electricity distribution cables underground.
bird of the family IcteridaecaciqueEnglishnounA tribal chief in the Spanish West Indies.historical
bird of the family IcteridaecaciqueEnglishnounA local political leader in Latin America, Spain, or the Philippines.
bird of the family IcteridaecaciqueEnglishnounAny of a number of tropical blackbirds from Central America and South America, family Icteridae.biology natural-sciences ornithology
bitter denunciationdiatribeEnglishnounAn abusive, bitter verbal or written attack, criticism or denunciation.
bitter denunciationdiatribeEnglishnounA prolonged discourse; a long-winded speech.
blanched artichoke leaves and shootschardEnglishnounAn edible leafy vegetable, Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla, with a slightly bitter taste.cooking food lifestyleuncountable
blanched artichoke leaves and shootschardEnglishnounArtichoke leaves and shoots, blanched to eat.cooking food lifestylecountable uncountable
blooming period or stage of developmentblossomEnglishnounA flower, especially one indicating that a fruit tree is fruiting; (collectively) a mass of such flowers.countable uncountable
blooming period or stage of developmentblossomEnglishnounThe state or season of producing such flowers.countable uncountable
blooming period or stage of developmentblossomEnglishnounA blooming period or stage of development; something lovely that gives rich promise.countable figuratively uncountable
blooming period or stage of developmentblossomEnglishnounThe colour of a horse that has white hairs intermixed with sorrel and bay hairs.countable uncountable
blooming period or stage of developmentblossomEnglishverbTo have, or open into, blossoms; to bloom.intransitive
blooming period or stage of developmentblossomEnglishverbTo begin to thrive or flourish.intransitive
body of beliefs or teachingsdoctrineEnglishnounA belief or tenet, especially about philosophical or theological matters.countable
body of beliefs or teachingsdoctrineEnglishnounThe body of teachings of an ideology, most often a religion, or of an ideological or religious leader, organization, group, or text.countable uncountable
body of beliefs or teachingsdoctrineEnglishnounA self-imposed policy governing some aspect of a country's foreign relations, especially regarding what sort of behavior it will or will not tolerate from other countries.countable
branch of biologyecologyEnglishnounThe branch of biology dealing with the relationships of organisms with their environment and with each other.biology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
branch of biologyecologyEnglishnounAny study of the relationships of components of a system with their environment and with each other.broadly countable uncountable
branch of biologyecologyEnglishnounThe totality or pattern of relationships of components of a system with their environment and with each other.countable uncountable
broken EnglishFinglishEnglishnounA variant of Finnish language that is spoken by the descendants of Finnish immigrants to North America, the vocabulary of which is heavily influenced by English. It is far from being a uniform language, mainly exists in spoken form, and seems bound to disappear.US dated uncountable
broken EnglishFinglishEnglishnounA way of speaking Finnish using English-language terminology excessively. It is particularly common among those professions which are in close contact with the English-speaking world such as IT-professionals, marketing people and managers of global firms.derogatory uncountable
broken EnglishFinglishEnglishnounEnglish spoken with a heavy Finnish accent and using Finnish linguistic structures, Finnish broken English.derogatory uncountable
brokerage牙行Chinesenounmiddleman; brokerdated
brokerage牙行Chinesenounbrokerage; broker housedated
bureaucratic organizationapparatSwedishnounan apparatus, a device; a complex machine or instrument, often run by electricitycommon-gender
bureaucratic organizationapparatSwedishnounan apparatus; a bureaucratic organization, especially within the area of politicscommon-gender
bureaucratic organizationapparatSwedishnounshort for TV-apparat or radioapparat: TV set or radio receiverabbreviation alt-of common-gender
candy in the shape of a canecandy caneEnglishnounAn edible candy in the shape of a cane or staff, generally consumed during Christmas time and usually having a peppermint flavor.Canada US
candy in the shape of a canecandy caneEnglishnounA type of myco-heterotroph with a red and white striped stem (Allotropa virgata)
capital of Saudi ArabiaRiyadhEnglishnameA province of Saudi Arabia. Capital: Riyadh.
capital of Saudi ArabiaRiyadhEnglishnameThe capital city of Saudi Arabia.
capital of Saudi ArabiaRiyadhEnglishnamethe government of Saudi Arabiametonymically
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameThe capital city of Spain.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameAn autonomous community of Spain, the Community of Madrid.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameA province of the Community of Madrid, Spain. Capital: Madrid.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameThe Spanish government.metonymically
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameA town and municipality of Western Savanna Province, Cundinamarca department, Colombia.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameA town in Tecomán Municipality, Colima, Mexico.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameA municipality of Surigao del Sur, Philippines.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A small town in Houston County, Alabama.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A ghost town in Las Animas County, Colorado.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A small city in Douglas Township, Boone County, Iowa.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A former town in Franklin County, Maine, now unorganized territory.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A village in Perkins County, Nebraska.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A census-designated place in Santa Fe County, New Mexico.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameSeveral places in the United States: / A town in St. Lawrence County, New York.
capital of SpainMadridEnglishnameA surname from Spanish.
cause to commit an errortrip upEnglishverbTo commit an error, make a mistake.intransitive
cause to commit an errortrip upEnglishverbTo cause (someone) to commit an error, trick into a mistake.transitive
cause to commit an errortrip upEnglishverbTo fall or stumble.intransitive
cause to commit an errortrip upEnglishverbTo cause (someone) to fall or stumble.transitive
causing a reduction in economic activitydepressingEnglishadjCausing depression or sadness.
causing a reduction in economic activitydepressingEnglishadjCausing a reduction in economic activity.
causing a reduction in economic activitydepressingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of depressform-of gerund participle present
changing from one time to anothermovableEnglishadjCapable of being moved, lifted, carried, drawn, turned, or conveyed, or in any way made to change place or posture; not fixed or stationary
changing from one time to anothermovableEnglishadjChanging from one time to another
changing from one time to anothermovableEnglishnounSomething which is movable; an article of wares or goods; a commodity; a piece of property not fixed, or not a part of real estate; generally, in the plural, goods; wares; furniture.
cityChuhuivEnglishnameA city in Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine
cityChuhuivEnglishnameA raion of Kharkiv Oblast, Ukraine
city in GermanyNurembergEnglishnameA major city in Bavaria, Germany.
city in GermanyNurembergEnglishnameThe trial of Nazi criminals that took place there, after World War II.
clumsy or incompetent worker; a bunglerbotcherEnglishnounA person who mends things, especially such a cobbler or tailor.obsolete
clumsy or incompetent worker; a bunglerbotcherEnglishnounA clumsy or incompetent worker; a bungler.
clumsy or incompetent worker; a bunglerbotcherEnglishnounA young salmon; a grilse.
constrainingcompulsoryEnglishadjRequired; obligatory; mandatory.
constrainingcompulsoryEnglishadjHaving the power of compulsion; constraining.
constrainingcompulsoryEnglishnounSomething that is compulsory or required.
container for ashesashcanEnglishnounA container for ashes, used in times past for accumulating ashes generated from wood and coal fires, for eventual disposal elsewhere.
container for ashesashcanEnglishnounA dustbin.
container for ashesashcanEnglishnounA kind of large firecracker.US slang
container for ashesashcanEnglishverbTo throw out like rubbish; to ditch or trash.informal transitive
container for ashesashcanEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Ashcan School of American art.not-comparable
container for ashesashcanEnglishadjDescribing a comic book originally published solely to retain ownership of a trademark, not intended for general release; later used for promotional comic books intended for limited release to the public.not-comparable
copying of someone's ideasplagiarismEnglishnounCopying of another person's ideas, text, or other creative work, and presenting it as one's own, especially without permission; plagiarizing.uncountable
copying of someone's ideasplagiarismEnglishnounText or other work resulting from this act.uncountable
copying of someone's ideasplagiarismEnglishnounThe instance of plagiarism.countable
countries aligned with the West during the Cold WarFirst WorldEnglishnameThose countries aligned with the West during the Cold War, particularly in contrast to those aligned with the East (Second World).government politicshistorical
countries aligned with the West during the Cold WarFirst WorldEnglishnameWealthy, developed nations, contrasted with the Third World.informal
countries aligned with the West during the Cold WarFirst WorldEnglishnameSynonym of Tokpela
crossroads四つ角Japanesenounfour corners
crossroads四つ角Japanesenouncrossroads
curt, unfriendlyoffhandEnglishadjWithout planning or thinking ahead.
curt, unfriendlyoffhandEnglishadjCareless; without sufficient thought or consideration.
curt, unfriendlyoffhandEnglishadjCurt, abrupt, unfriendly.
curt, unfriendlyoffhandEnglishadvRight away, immediately, without thinking about it.
curt, unfriendlyoffhandEnglishadvIn an abrupt or unfriendly manner.
dapper or stylishjauntyEnglishadjAiry; showy; finical.
dapper or stylishjauntyEnglishadjCharacterized by an affected or fantastical manner.broadly
dapper or stylishjauntyEnglishadjDapper or stylish.
dapper or stylishjauntyEnglishadjOstentatiously self-confident.
dapper or stylishjauntyEnglishnounA master-at-arms onboard a Royal Navy shipnautical transport
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo be or remain suspended.intransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo float, as if suspended.intransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo veer in one direction.intransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo rebound unexpectedly or unusually slowly, due to backward spin on the ball or imperfections of the ground.hobbies lifestyle sports tennisintransitive of a ball in cricket usually
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo hold or bear in a suspended or inclined manner or position instead of erect.transitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo cause (something) to be suspended, as from a hook, hanger, hinges, or the like.transitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo kill (someone) by suspension from the neck, usually as a form of execution or suicide.lawtransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo be executed by suspension by one's neck from a gallows, a tree, or other raised bar, attached by a rope tied into a noose.lawintransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverb(used in maledictions) To damn.informal transitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo loiter; to hang around; to spend time idly.informal intransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo exhibit (an object) by hanging.transitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo apply (wallpaper or drywall to a wall).transitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo decorate (something) with hanging objects.transitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo remain persistently in one's thoughts.figuratively intransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo prevent from reaching a decision, especially by refusing to join in a verdict that must be unanimous.transitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo stop responding to manual input devices such as the keyboard and mouse.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo cause (a program or computer) to stop responding.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo cause (a piece) to become vulnerable to capture.board-games chess gamestransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo be vulnerable to capture.board-games chess gamesintransitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo throw a hittable off-speed pitch.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsof a pitcher slang transitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishverbTo attach or cause to stick (a charge or accusation, etc.).figuratively transitive
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounThe way in which something hangs.
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounA mass of hanging material.
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounA slackening of motion.
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounA sharp or steep declivity or slope.
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounAn instance of ceasing to respond to input.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounA grip, understanding.figuratively informal
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounThe smallest amount of concern or consideration; a damn.colloquial
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounA hangout.colloquial
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounA person that someone hangs out with.colloquial
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounCheap processed ham (cured pork), often made specially for sandwiches.Ireland derogatory informal uncountable
decorate (something) with hanging objectshangEnglishnounAlternative spelling of Hang (“musical instrument”)alt-of alternative
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishnounA blemish or smear, especially a dark or sooty one.countable uncountable
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishnounDense smoke, such as that used for fumigation.countable uncountable
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishnounA heap of damp combustibles partially ignited and burning slowly, placed on the windward side of a house, tent, etc. to keep off mosquitoes or other insects.US countable uncountable
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishnounA quantity of herbs used in suffumigation.lifestyle paganism religioncountable especially in the phrase "smudge stick" = "stick of incense" uncountable
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishverbTo obscure by blurring; to smear.
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishverbTo soil or smear with dirt.
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishverbTo use dense smoke to protect from insects.
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishverbTo stifle or smother with smoke.
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishverbTo burn herbs as a cleansing ritual (suffumigation).lifestyle paganism religionintransitive
dense smoke, such as used for fumigationsmudgeEnglishverbTo subject to ritual burning of herbs (suffumigation, smudging).lifestyle paganism religiontransitive
device used to operate an appliance from a short distanceremote controlEnglishnounA device used to operate an appliance (such as a television, vehicle, or mechanical toy) from a short distance away.countable
device used to operate an appliance from a short distanceremote controlEnglishnounA means of operating a device from a distance.uncountable
enclosed structure around the paddlewheel of a steamboat — see also paddle boxwheelhouseEnglishnounA building or other structure containing a (large) wheel, such as the water wheel of a mill. / The partially enclosed structure above and around a wheel of an automobile, typically partly formed by a portion of a fender panel that has been extended outward beyond the plane of the rest of the panel.
enclosed structure around the paddlewheel of a steamboat — see also paddle boxwheelhouseEnglishnounA building or other structure containing a (large) wheel, such as the water wheel of a mill. / An enclosed compartment on the deck of a vessel such as a fishing boat, originally housing its helm or steering wheel, from which it may be navigated; on a larger vessel it is the bridge.
enclosed structure around the paddlewheel of a steamboat — see also paddle boxwheelhouseEnglishnounA building or other structure containing a (large) wheel, such as the water wheel of a mill. / The enclosed structure around the paddlewheel of a steamboat.
enclosed structure around the paddlewheel of a steamboat — see also paddle boxwheelhouseEnglishnounA building or other structure containing a (large) wheel, such as the water wheel of a mill.
enclosed structure around the paddlewheel of a steamboat — see also paddle boxwheelhouseEnglishnounA prehistoric structure from the Iron Age found in Scotland, characteristically including an outer wall within which a circle of stone piers (resembling the spokes of a wheel) form the basis for lintel arches supporting corbelled roofing with a hearth at the hub.archaeology history human-sciences sciences
enclosed structure around the paddlewheel of a steamboat — see also paddle boxwheelhouseEnglishnounA pitch location which is favourable to the hitter.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsCanada US broadly from sense 1.2
enclosed structure around the paddlewheel of a steamboat — see also paddle boxwheelhouseEnglishnounA person's area of authority or expertise.Canada US figuratively
enclosed structure around the paddlewheel of a steamboat — see also paddle boxwheelhouseEnglishnounA set of skills necessitated by a situation.Canada US figuratively
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounA finger-operated lever used to fire a gun.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounA similar device used to activate any mechanism.
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounAn event that initiates others, or incites a response.
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounA concept or image that upsets somebody by sparking a negative emotional response.
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounAn event, experience or other stimulus that initiates a traumatic memory or a strong reaction in a person.human-sciences psychology sciences
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounAn electronic transducer allowing a drum, cymbal, etc. to control an electronic drum unit or similar device.entertainment lifestyle music
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounA device that manually lengthens (or sometimes shortens) the slide or tubing of a brass instrument, allowing the pitch range to be altered while playing.entertainment lifestyle music
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounA pulse in an electronic circuit that initiates some component.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounAn SQL procedure that may be initiated when a record is inserted, updated or deleted; typically used to maintain referential integrity.computing databases engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounA text string that, when received by a player, will cause the player to execute a certain command.games gamingInternet
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishnounA catch to hold the wheel of a carriage on a declivity.archaic
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishverbTo fire a weapon.transitive
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishverbTo initiate something.transitive
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishverbTo spark a response, especially a negative emotional response, in (someone).figuratively transitive
event that initiates others, or incites a responsetriggerEnglishverbTo activate; to become active.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsespecially intransitive
expertmestariFinnishnounmaster
expertmestariFinnishnounexpert
expertmestariFinnishnounchampion
eye shieldblinkerEnglishnounAnything that blinks.
eye shieldblinkerEnglishnounThe turn signal of an automobile.Northeastern US informal
eye shieldblinkerEnglishnounChiefly in the plural: a shield attached to the bridle of a horse or other domesticated animal to prevent it from seeing things behind it and to its side.
eye shieldblinkerEnglishnounWhatever obstructs sight or discernment.
eye shieldblinkerEnglishnounThe eyelid.rare
eye shieldblinkerEnglishnounA black eye.slang
eye shieldblinkerEnglishnounIn Conway's Game of Life, an arrangement of three cells in a row that switches between horizontal and vertical orientations in each generation.cellular-automata computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
eye shieldblinkerEnglishnounA situation where the light of a dab pen or vape starts blinking, which happens when the user takes an extremely long hit.slang
eye shieldblinkerEnglishverbTo put blinkers on.transitive
family in EucoccidioridaSarcocystidaeTranslingualnameMany parasitic sarcocystids that cause disease: / A taxonomic family within the order Eucoccidiorida.
family in EucoccidioridaSarcocystidaeTranslingualnameMany parasitic sarcocystids that cause disease: / A taxonomic family within the order Eimerida.
fear of blushingerythrophobiaEnglishnounabnormal and persistent fear of blushinguncountable
fear of blushingerythrophobiaEnglishnounAbnormal and persistent fear of the colour red.uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / Mental or emotional aptitude or skill.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / Mind; one's own thoughts.countable figuratively metonymically uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / A headache; especially one resulting from intoxication.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / A headdress; a covering for the head.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / An individual person.countable figuratively metonymically uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / A single animal.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / The population of game.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / The antlers of a deer.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs.countable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end of a table. / The end of a rectangular table furthest from the entrance; traditionally considered a seat of honor.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end of a table. / The end of a pool table opposite the end where the balls have been racked.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The end of a hammer, axe, golf club, or similar implement used for striking other objects.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The end of a nail, screw, bolt, or similar fastener which is opposite the point; usually blunt and relatively wide.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The sharp end of an arrow, spear, or pointer.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The top part of a lacrosse stick that holds the ball.ball-games games hobbies lacrosse lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / A drum head, the membrane which is hit to produce sound.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / A machine element which reads or writes electromagnetic signals to or from a storage medium.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The part of a disk drive responsible for reading and writing data.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The cylinder head, a platform above the cylinders in an internal combustion engine, containing the valves and spark plugs.automotive transport vehiclescountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / A milling head, a part of a milling machine that houses the spindle.engineering machining mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The foam that forms on top of beer or other carbonated beverages.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end cap of a cylindrically-shaped pressure vessel.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end cap of a cask or other barrel.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The uppermost part of a valley.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / Deposits near the top of a geological succession.geography geology natural-sciencesBritain countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / Short for headline.journalism mediaabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end of an abscess where pus collects.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The headstock of a guitar.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / A leading component. / The top edge of a sail.nautical transportcountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / A leading component. / The bow of a vessel.nautical transportcountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / A headland.Britain countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part.countable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA leader or expert. / The place of honour, or of command; the most important or foremost position; the front.countable metonymically uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA leader or expert. / Leader; chief; mastermind.countable metonymically uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA leader or expert. / A headmaster or headmistress.countable metonymically uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA leader or expert. / A person with an extensive knowledge of hip hop.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable figuratively metonymically slang uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / The source of a river; the end of a lake where a river flows into it.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / A clump of seeds, leaves or flowers; a capitulum. / An ear of wheat, barley, or other small cereal.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / A clump of seeds, leaves or flowers; a capitulum. / The leafy top part of a tree.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / A clump of seeds, leaves or flowers; a capitulum.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / The rounded part of a bone fitting into a depression in another bone to form a ball-and-socket joint.anatomy medicine sciencescountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / The toilet of a ship.nautical transportcountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / Tiles laid at the eaves of a house.countable in-plural uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A component. / The principal melody or theme of a piece.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A component. / A morpheme that determines the category of a compound or the word that determines the syntactic type of the phrase of which it is a member.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounHeadway; progress.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounTopic; subject.countable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounDenouement; crisis.countable singular uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounPressure and energy. / A buildup of fluid pressure, often quantified as pressure head.fluid-dynamics natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounPressure and energy. / The difference in elevation between two points in a column of fluid, and the resulting pressure of the fluid at the lower point.fluid-dynamics natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounPressure and energy. / More generally, energy in a mass of fluid divided by its weight.fluid-dynamics natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounFellatio or cunnilingus; oral sex.slang uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounThe glans penis.countable slang uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishnounA heavy or habitual user of illicit drugs.countable slang
fellatioheadEnglishnounPower; armed force.countable obsolete uncountable
fellatioheadEnglishadjOf, relating to, or intended for the head.not-comparable
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo be in command of. (See also head up.)transitive
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo come at the beginning or front of; to commence.transitive
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo strike with the head; as in soccer, to head the balltransitive
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo move in a specified direction.intransitive
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo remove the head from a fish.fishing hobbies lifestyle
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo originate; to spring; to have its course, as a river.intransitive
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo form a head.intransitive
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo form a head to; to fit or furnish with a head.transitive
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo cut off the top of; to lop off.transitive
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo behead; to decapitate.obsolete transitive
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo go in front of.
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo get in the front of, so as to hinder or stop; to oppose.
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo check or restrain.broadly
fellatioheadEnglishverbTo set on the head.
fellatioheadEnglishadjForemost in rank or importance.not-comparable
fellatioheadEnglishadjPlaced at the top or the front.not-comparable
fellatioheadEnglishadjComing from in front.not-comparable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA cold-blooded vertebrate animal that lives in water, moving with the help of fins and breathing with gills.countable
fish-likefishEnglishnounAny animal (or any vertebrate) that lives exclusively in water.archaic broadly countable uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounCod; codfish.Newfoundland countable uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounThe flesh of the fish used as food.uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA card game in which the object is to obtain cards in pairs or sets of four (depending on the variation), by asking the other players for cards of a particular rank.uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA woman.derogatory slang uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounAn easy victim for swindling.countable slang
fish-likefishEnglishnounA bad poker player. Compare shark (a good poker player).card-games pokercountable slang
fish-likefishEnglishnounA makeshift overlapping longitudinal brace, originally shaped roughly like a fish, used to temporarily repair or extend a spar or mast of a ship.nautical transportcountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA purchase used to fish the anchor.nautical transportcountable uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA torpedo (self-propelled explosive device).government military nautical politics transport warcountable slang
fish-likefishEnglishnounA paraphyletic grouping of the following extant taxonomic groups: / Class Myxini, the hagfish (no vertebrae)biology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA paraphyletic grouping of the following extant taxonomic groups: / Class Petromyzontida, the lampreys (no jaw)biology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA paraphyletic grouping of the following extant taxonomic groups: / Within infraphylum Gnathostomata (jawed vertebrates (also including Tetrapoda)) / Class Chondrichthyes, cartilaginous fish such as sharks and raysbiology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA paraphyletic grouping of the following extant taxonomic groups: / Within infraphylum Gnathostomata (jawed vertebrates (also including Tetrapoda)) / Superclass Osteichthyes, bony fish.biology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounThe thirty-fourth Lenormand card.cartomancy human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA new (usually vulnerable) prisoner.countable slang uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA male homosexual; a gay man.Jamaica countable derogatory offensive uncountable
fish-likefishEnglishnounA period of time spent fishing.
fish-likefishEnglishnounAn instance of seeking something.
fish-likefishEnglishverbTo hunt fish or other aquatic animals in a body of water.intransitive
fish-likefishEnglishverbTo search (a body of water) for something other than fish.transitive
fish-likefishEnglishverbTo use as bait when fishing.fishing hobbies lifestyletransitive
fish-likefishEnglishverbTo (attempt to) find or get hold of an object by searching among other objects.intransitive
fish-likefishEnglishverbTo talk to people in an attempt to get them to say something, or seek to obtain something by artifice.followed by "for" or "around for" intransitive
fish-likefishEnglishverbOf a batsman, to attempt to hit a ball outside off stump and miss it.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
fish-likefishEnglishverbTo repair (a spar or mast) by fastening a beam or other long object (often called a fish) over the damaged part (see Noun above).nautical transporttransitive
fish-likefishEnglishverbTo hoist the flukes of.nautical transporttransitive
fish-likefishEnglishnounA counter, used in various games.obsolete
flatulence原子彈Chinesenounatomic bomb
flatulence原子彈Chinesenounfart; flatulencehumorous slang
following somethingjärgmineEstonianadjnext, following / Immediately following something.
following somethingjärgmineEstonianadjnext, following / Referring to a subsequent text or circumstance.
following that/itthereuponEnglishadvUpon that; thereon.not-comparable
following that/itthereuponEnglishadvIn consequence, or by reason, of that; therefore.not-comparable
following that/itthereuponEnglishadvFollowing that; forthwith; in sequence, but not necessarily in consequence.not-comparable
for what reasonwhyEnglishadvFor what cause, reason, or purpose. / Introducing a complete question.interrogative not-comparable
for what reasonwhyEnglishadvFor what cause, reason, or purpose. / Introducing a complete question. / With a negative, used rhetorically to make a suggestion.interrogative not-comparable
for what reasonwhyEnglishadvFor what cause, reason, or purpose. / Introducing a verb phrase (bare infinitive clause).interrogative not-comparable
for what reasonwhyEnglishadvFor what cause, reason, or purpose. / Introducing a noun or other phrase.interrogative not-comparable
for what reasonwhyEnglishadvFor which cause, reason, or purpose.not-comparable relative
for what reasonwhyEnglishadvThe cause, reason, or purpose for which.not-comparable
for what reasonwhyEnglishnounReason.
for what reasonwhyEnglishintjAn exclamation used to express pleasant or unpleasant mild surprise, indignation, or impatience.
for what reasonwhyEnglishverbTo ask (someone) the question "why?".intransitive transitive
for what reasonwhyEnglishnounA young heifer.UK archaic dialectal
for what reasonwhyEnglishnounAlternative form of wye; the name of the Latin-script letter Y.alt-of alternative
fortdúnadOld Irishnounencampment, fort, residence (of chief, etc.)masculine neuter
fortdúnadOld Irishnounencamping army, hostmasculine neuter
fortdúnadOld Irishnounverbal noun of dúnaidform-of masculine noun-from-verb
fortdúnadOld Irishnounclosing, shuttingmasculine
fortdúnadOld Irishnounending a poem with the word with which it beginscommunications journalism literature media poetry publishing writingmasculine
fortdúnadOld Irishnounend, completionmasculine
fortdúnadOld Irishnounstoppage, obstruction, congestionmedicine sciencesmasculine
fountain飛泉Chinesenouncliffside spring
fountain飛泉Chinesenounfountain (artificial, usually ornamental, water feature)
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a specific spot, location, or placemasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a unit of scoringhobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a topic of discussionmasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a particular momentmasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a unit used to express stocks, shares, interest rates, etc.economics science sciencesmasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a zero-dimensional object or locationgeometry mathematics sciencesmasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, any dot or small spotmasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a dot or tittle of a charactermedia publishing typographymasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a full stop or periodgrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesmasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounstitch, a single pass of a needle in sewing or surgery suturebusiness manufacturing sewing textilesmasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenountimecard, a register of when employees arrive and leavemasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenountime clock, a machine used to log when employees arrive and leavemasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a specific value in a scalemasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounmedium rare, done an amount of cooking between rare and well donecooking food lifestylemasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounbus stop, taxi stand, a location where passengers wait for a bus or taxiBrazil masculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounPortuguese point, a small unit of length, about equal to 0.2 mmhistorical masculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounpoint, a unit of measurement for a TV audiencemasculine
full stoppontoPortuguesenounan assistant who helps actors with forgotten linesentertainment lifestyle theatermasculine
further alongupEnglishadvAway from the surface of the Earth or other planet; in opposite direction to the downward pull of gravity.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvTo or at a physically higher or more elevated position.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvTo a higher level of some quantity or notional quantity, such as price, volume, pitch, happiness, etc.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvTo 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
further alongupEnglishadvUsed as an aspect marker to indicate a completed action or state; thoroughly, completely.emphatic intensifier not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvTo or from one's possession or consideration.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvTo the north (as north is at the top of typical maps).not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvTowards 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
further alongupEnglishadvTowards the principal terminus, towards milepost zero.rail-transport railways transportnot-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvAside or away, so as no longer to be present or in use.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvAgainst the wind or current.nautical sailing transportnot-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvIn a positive vertical direction.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvRelatively close to the batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvWithout additional ice.US not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadvTo university, especially to Cambridge or Oxford.academia scholarly sciencesUK dated not-comparable
further alongupEnglishprepToward the top of.
further alongupEnglishprepToward the center, source, or main point of reference; toward the end at which something is attached.
further alongupEnglishprepFrom south to north of.
further alongupEnglishprepFurther along (in any direction).
further alongupEnglishprepFrom the mouth towards the source of (a river or waterway).
further alongupEnglishprepOf a person: having sex with.slang vulgar
further alongupEnglishprepAt (a given place, especially one imagined to be higher or more distant from a central location).colloquial
further alongupEnglishadjFacing upwards.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjOn or at a physically higher level.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjHeaded or designated to go upward (as an escalator, stairway, elevator etc.) or toward (as a run-up).not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjFitted or fixed at a high or relatively high position, especially on a wall or ceiling.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjAvailable to view or use; made public; posted.broadly not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjAloft.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjRaised; lifted.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjBuilt, constructed.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjStanding; upright.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjRisen up, rebelling, in revolt.not-comparable obsolete
further alongupEnglishadjAwake and out of bed.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjRiding the horse; mounted.hobbies horse-racing horseracing horses lifestyle pets racing sportsnot-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjAbove the horizon, in the sky.not-comparable of the sun or moon
further alongupEnglishadjLarger; greater in quantity, volume, value etc.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjIndicating a larger or higher quantity.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjAhead; leading; winning.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjFinished, to an endnot-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjIn a good mood.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjWilling; ready.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjNext in a sequence.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjHappening; new; of concern. See also what's up, what's up with.not used attributively not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjSaid of the higher-ranking pair in a two pair.card-games pokernot-comparable postpositional
further alongupEnglishadjWell-informed; current.not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjFunctional; working.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjTraveling towards a major terminus.not-comparable of a railway line or train
further alongupEnglishadjChilled and served without ice.US not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjErect.not-comparable slang
further alongupEnglishadjAt university (especially Oxford or Cambridge).UK not-comparable
further alongupEnglishadjwell-known; renownedarts graffiti visual-artsnot-comparable slang
further alongupEnglishnounThe direction opposed to the pull of gravity.uncountable
further alongupEnglishnounA positive thing, or a time or situation when things are going well.countable
further alongupEnglishnounAn up quark.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsparticle
further alongupEnglishnounAn upstairs room of a two story house.
further alongupEnglishverbTo physically raise or lift.in-certain-phrases poetic transitive
further alongupEnglishverbTo increase the level or amount of.colloquial transitive
further alongupEnglishverbTo promote.colloquial transitive
further alongupEnglishverbTo rise to a standing position; hence, by extension, to act suddenly; see also up and.in-compounds intransitive often with another verb
further alongupEnglishverbTo ascend; to climb up.archaic intransitive poetic
further alongupEnglishverbTo upload.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesslang transitive
generating such sound wavesinfrasonicEnglishadjHaving frequencies below the human audible rangeof sound waves
generating such sound wavesinfrasonicEnglishadjGenerating or employing such sound wavesof a device
genus in AcanthizidaeFinschiaTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Proteaceae – trees native to Papua and Oceania.feminine
genus in AcanthizidaeFinschiaTranslingualnameA sparrow-like bird of New Zealand, the pipipi / A taxonomic genus within the family Acanthizidae.feminine
genus in AcanthizidaeFinschiaTranslingualnameA sparrow-like bird of New Zealand, the pipipi / A taxonomic genus within the family Mohouidae – now Mohoua.feminine
grain cropbarleyEnglishnounA cereal of the species Hordeum vulgare, or its grains, often used as food or to make beer and other malted drinks.uncountable usually
grain cropbarleyEnglishnounseed of Job's tears (Coix lacryma-jobi)Singapore uncountable usually
great number of thingsbattalionEnglishnounAn army unit having two or more companies, etc. and a headquarters. Traditionally forming part of a regiment.government military politics war
great number of thingsbattalionEnglishnounan army unit having two or more companies, etc. and a headquarters; forming part of a brigade.government military politics warUS
great number of thingsbattalionEnglishnounAny large body of troops.
great number of thingsbattalionEnglishnounA great number of things.broadly
great number of thingsbattalionEnglishverbTo form into battalions.
hair on the headhibusProto-Finnicnounhair on the headplural-normally reconstruction
hair on the headhibusProto-Finnicnounhair, strand of hairreconstruction
happening in or affecting an entire sovereign state — see also nationwide, countrywidestatewideEnglishadjHappening in or affecting an entire state (political subdivision of a federal union).not-comparable
happening in or affecting an entire sovereign state — see also nationwide, countrywidestatewideEnglishadjHappening in or affecting an entire sovereign state; nationwide.not-comparable
happening in or affecting an entire sovereign state — see also nationwide, countrywidestatewideEnglishadvThroughout a state (political subdivision of a federal union).not-comparable
happening in or affecting an entire sovereign state — see also nationwide, countrywidestatewideEnglishadvThroughout a sovereign state; nationwide.not-comparable
happening in or affecting an entire sovereign state — see also nationwide, countrywidestatewideEnglishnounAn agency or association operating through a state (political subdivision).US
have negative emotional impactdisturbEnglishverbto confuse a quiet, constant state or a calm, continuous flow, in particular: thoughts, actions or liquids.transitive
have negative emotional impactdisturbEnglishverbto divert, redirect, or alter by disturbing.transitive
have negative emotional impactdisturbEnglishverbto have a negative emotional impact; to cause emotional distress or confusion.intransitive
have negative emotional impactdisturbEnglishnoundisturbanceobsolete
have someone killeddo away withEnglishverbTo abolish; to put an end to; to eliminate.idiomatic informal transitive
have someone killeddo away withEnglishverbTo have someone killed.euphemistic idiomatic informal transitive
having completed or finished an activityfinishedEnglishadjProcessed or perfected.comparable
having completed or finished an activityfinishedEnglishadjCompleted; concluded; done.
having completed or finished an activityfinishedEnglishadjDone for; doomed; used up.
having completed or finished an activityfinishedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of finishform-of participle past
having the characteristics of multiple gradesmultigradeEnglishadjHaving the characteristics of multiple grades of a product (especially of a lubricating oil)not-comparable
having the characteristics of multiple gradesmultigradeEnglishadjRelating to students of differing grade levelseducationnot-comparable
hencetheretoEnglishadvTo that.formal not-comparable
hencetheretoEnglishadvTo it.archaic not-comparable poetic
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA land area free of woodland, cities, and towns; an area of open country.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA land area free of woodland, cities, and towns; an area of open country. / The open country near or belonging to a town or city.plural-normally
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA wide, open space that is used to grow crops or to hold farm animals, usually enclosed by a fence, hedge or other barrier.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA region containing a particular mineral.geography geology natural-sciences
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAn airfield, airport or air base; especially, one with unpaved runways.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA place where competitive matches are carried out. / A place where a battle is fought; a battlefield.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA place where competitive matches are carried out. / An area reserved for playing a game or race with one’s physical force. / The team in a match that throws the ball and tries to catch it when it is hit by the other team (the bat).ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsobsolete
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA place where competitive matches are carried out. / An area reserved for playing a game or race with one’s physical force. / The outfield.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA place where competitive matches are carried out. / An area reserved for playing a game or race with one’s physical force.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA place where competitive matches are carried out. / A place where competitive matches are carried out with figures, or playing area in a board game or a computer game.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA place where competitive matches are carried out. / A competitive situation, circumstances in which one faces conflicting moves of rivals.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounA place where competitive matches are carried out. / All of the competitors in any outdoor contest or trial, or all except the favourites in the betting.metonymically
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / A physical phenomenon (such as force, potential or fluid velocity) that pervades a region; a mathematical model of such a phenomenon that associates each point and time with a scalar, vector or tensor quantity.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / Any of certain structures serving cognition. / The extent of a given perception.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / Any of certain structures serving cognition. / A realm of practical, direct or natural operation, contrasted with an office, classroom, or laboratory.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / Any of certain structures serving cognition. / A domain of study, knowledge or practice.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / Any of certain structures serving cognition. / An unrestricted or favourable opportunity for action, operation, or achievement.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / Any of certain structures serving cognition. / A commutative ring satisfying the field axioms.algebra mathematics sciences
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / A physical or virtual location for the input of information in the form of symbols. / The background of the shield.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / A physical or virtual location for the input of information in the form of symbols. / The background of the flag.history human-sciences sciences vexillology
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / A physical or virtual location for the input of information in the form of symbols. / The part of a coin left unoccupied by the main device.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / A physical or virtual location for the input of information in the form of symbols. / A section of a form which is supposed to be filled with data.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / A physical or virtual location for the input of information in the form of symbols. / A component of a database in which a single unit of information is stored.
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / A physical or virtual location for the input of information in the form of symbols. / An area of memory or storage reserved for a particular value, subject to virtual access controls.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounAny of various figurative meanings, often dead metaphors. / Part (usually one half) of a frame in an interlaced signalbroadcasting business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering film media natural-sciences physical-sciences physics television
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishnounArchaic form of fielder.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsalt-of archaic
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishverbTo intercept or catch (a ball) and play it.hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishverbTo be the team catching and throwing the ball, as opposed to hitting it.ball-games baseball cricket games hobbies lifestyle softball sportsintransitive
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishverbTo place (a team, its players, etc.) in a game.hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishverbTo answer; to address.transitive
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishverbTo defeat.transitive
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishverbTo execute research (in the field).transitive
heraldry: background of the shieldfieldEnglishverbTo deploy in the field.government military politics wartransitive
heritageoighreachdScottish Gaelicnounheirshipfeminine
heritageoighreachdScottish Gaelicnouninheritance, heritagefeminine
heritageoighreachdScottish Gaelicnounestate (land possessed)feminine
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounA higher-pitched or stronger (louder or longer) articulation of a particular syllable of a word or phrase in order to distinguish it from the others or to emphasize it.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounEmphasis or importance in general.countable figuratively uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounA mark or character used in writing, in order to indicate the place of the spoken accent, or to indicate the nature or quality of the vowel marked.communications journalism literature media orthography publishing writingcountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounModulation of the voice in speaking; the manner of speaking or pronouncing; a peculiar or characteristic modification of the voice, expressing emotion; tone.countable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounThe distinctive manner of pronouncing a language associated with a particular region, social group, etc., whether of a native speaker or a foreign speaker; the phonetic and phonological aspects of a dialect. / A manner of pronunciation suggesting that the speaker is from a different region; a foreign accent.human-sciences linguistics sciences social-science sociolinguistics sociologycountable informal proscribed sometimes uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounThe distinctive manner of pronouncing a language associated with a particular region, social group, etc., whether of a native speaker or a foreign speaker; the phonetic and phonological aspects of a dialect. / A distinctive manner of producing a sign language, such as someone who does not normally use a certain sign language might have when using it.human-sciences linguistics sciences social-science sociolinguistics sociologycountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounThe distinctive manner of pronouncing a language associated with a particular region, social group, etc., whether of a native speaker or a foreign speaker; the phonetic and phonological aspects of a dialect.human-sciences linguistics sciences social-science sociolinguistics sociologycountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounA word; a significant tone or sound.countable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounExpressions in general; speech.countable plural plural-only uncountable usually
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounStress laid on certain syllables of a verse.communications human-sciences journalism linguistics literature media phonology poetry prosody publishing sciences writingcountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounA regularly recurring stress upon the tone to mark the beginning, and, more feebly, the third part of the measure.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounA special emphasis of a tone, even in the weaker part of the measure.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounA mark used to represent this special emphasis.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounThe rhythmical accent, which marks phrases and sections of a period.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounA prime symbol.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounEmphasis laid on a part of an artistic design or composition; an emphasized detail, in particular a detail in sharp contrast to its surroundings.countable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounA very small gemstone set into a piece of jewellery.countable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishnounUtterance.archaic countable uncountable
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishverbTo express the accent of vocally; to utter with accent.transitive
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishverbTo mark emphatically; to emphasize; to accentuate; to make prominent.transitive
higher-pitched or stronger articulationaccentEnglishverbTo mark with written accents.transitive
honor光芒Chinesenounrays of light; radianceliterally
honor光芒Chinesenounhonor; gloryfiguratively
humanityਇਨਸਾਨੀਅਤPunjabinounhumanity, mankind
humanityਇਨਸਾਨੀਅਤPunjabinounhumanity, human nature
humanityਇਨਸਾਨੀਅਤPunjabinounhumaneness, virtuousness, propriety
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameEleventh and favorite son of Jacob, by his wife Rachel.biblical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameThe husband of Virgin Mary.countable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameThe 12th sura (chapter) of the Qur'an.countable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameJoseph of Arimathea; man who donated his own prepared tomb for the burial of Jesus.Christianitycountable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrewcountable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameA surname / An English surname originating as a patronymic.countable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameA surname / A French surname originating as a patronymic.countable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A city in Oregon; named for Nez Perce chief Hinmatóowyalahtq̓it (called "Chief Joseph" in English).countable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A town in Utah; named for Mormon apostle Joseph Angell Young.countable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnameA locale in the United States. / A ghost town in Idaho; named for Hinmatóowyalahtq̓it (Chief Joseph).countable uncountable
husband of Virgin MaryJosephEnglishnounOne whose chastity is above temptation (from the story of Joseph and Potiphar's wife in Genesis xxxix).
hypocritical talk鬼畫符Chinesenounscribbling; undecipherable handwriting; scrawlfiguratively
hypocritical talk鬼畫符Chinesenounhypocritical talkfiguratively
idiotdonkey dickEnglishnounA very large penis.slang vulgar
idiotdonkey dickEnglishnounAn idiot, a fool.derogatory slang vulgar
in disbelief, uncertaindubiousEnglishadjArousing doubt; questionable; open to suspicion.of a statement
in disbelief, uncertaindubiousEnglishadjIn disbelief; wavering, uncertain, or hesitating in opinion; inclined to doubt; undecided.of a person
in disbelief, uncertaindubiousEnglishadjGenerally considered imprecise or wrong, but not totally unplayable.board-games chess gamesof an opening move
in warfareperfidyEnglishnounA state or act of violating faith or allegiance; violation of a promise or vow, or of trust.countable uncountable
in warfareperfidyEnglishnounAn illegitimate act of deception, such as using symbols like the Red Cross or white flag in a false claim of surrender to gain proximity to an enemy for purposes of attack.countable in warfare uncountable
in warfareperfidyEnglishnounA state or act of deceit.countable uncountable
inauthentic or trendy goth; person who dresses in goth-inspired clothes, is interested in industrial metal and nu metal music, etc.mallgothEnglishnounOriginally (derogatory), an inauthentic or trendy goth; now, a person who dresses in goth-inspired clothes, is interested in industrial metal and nu metal music, etc.countable
inauthentic or trendy goth; person who dresses in goth-inspired clothes, is interested in industrial metal and nu metal music, etc.mallgothEnglishnounThe culture or fashion style adopted by such a person.uncountable
indicating possessionAssyrian Neo-Aramaicparticleattached to prepositions to indicate the plural 1st person; us
indicating possessionAssyrian Neo-Aramaicparticleattached to nouns to indicate possession by a male or masculine noun in the 1st person; our
indicating possessionAssyrian Neo-Aramaicparticleattached to progressive verbs to indicate an action being directed to the plural 1st person
indicating possessionAssyrian Neo-Aramaicparticleattached to passive and past participles to indicate an action being directed to the plural 1st person
influential starsพุธThainoun(ดาว~, พระ~) Mercury: planet.astronomy natural-sciences
influential starsพุธThainoun(พระ~) Budha: god of trade.Hinduism
influential starsพุธThainoun(ดาว~, พระ~) Budha: the fourth of the nine influential stars navagraha.
influential starsพุธThainounWednesday. Abbreviation: พ. (pɔɔ.)~วาร
informal, hyperbolic: a long period of timeeonEnglishnounEternity, the duration of the universe.
informal, hyperbolic: a long period of timeeonEnglishnounAn immeasurably or indefinitely long period of time.
informal, hyperbolic: a long period of timeeonEnglishnounA long period of time.US excessive informal
informal, hyperbolic: a long period of timeeonEnglishnounA period of one billion (short scale, i.e. 1,000,000,000) years.astronomy geography geology natural-sciences
informal, hyperbolic: a long period of timeeonEnglishnounThe longest geochronologic unit, being a period of hundreds of millions of years; subdivided into eras.geography geology natural-sciences
informal, hyperbolic: a long period of timeeonEnglishnounA spirit being emanating from the Godhead.Gnosticism lifestyle religion
informal: complaint or objectionstinkEnglishverbTo have a strong bad smell.intransitive
informal: complaint or objectionstinkEnglishverbTo be greatly inferior; to perform badly.informal intransitive stative
informal: complaint or objectionstinkEnglishverbTo give an impression of dishonesty, untruth, or sin.intransitive
informal: complaint or objectionstinkEnglishverbTo cause to stink; to affect by a stink.transitive
informal: complaint or objectionstinkEnglishnounA strong bad smell.
informal: complaint or objectionstinkEnglishnounA complaint or objection.informal
informal: complaint or objectionstinkEnglishadjBad; inferior; worthless.New-Zealand slang
informal: complaint or objectionstinkEnglishadjBad-smelling, stinky.Caribbean Guyana Jamaica
insanityجنونPersiannounmadness, insanity
insanityجنونPersiannoundementiamedicine pathology sciences
intoxicatedblastedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of blastform-of participle past
intoxicatedblastedEnglishadjSubjected to an explosion.not-comparable
intoxicatedblastedEnglishadjSubjected to violent gusts of wind; storm-damaged.not-comparable
intoxicatedblastedEnglishadjWhose branches bear no leaves; leafless.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsnot-comparable of a tree
intoxicatedblastedEnglishadjAccursed; damned.colloquial not-comparable
intoxicatedblastedEnglishadjIntoxicated, drunk.not-comparable slang
intoxicatedblastedEnglishadvDamned; extremely.colloquial
item holding things tightly togetherbindingEnglishadjImposing stipulations or requirements that must be honoured.of an agreement usually
item holding things tightly togetherbindingEnglishadjHaving the effect of counteracting diarrhea.of food
item holding things tightly togetherbindingEnglishnounAn item (usually rope, tape, or string) used to hold two or more things together.
item holding things tightly togetherbindingEnglishnounThe spine of a book where the pages are held together.
item holding things tightly togetherbindingEnglishnounA finishing on a seam or hem of a garment.business manufacturing sewing textiles
item holding things tightly togetherbindingEnglishnounThe association of a named item with an element of a program.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
item holding things tightly togetherbindingEnglishnounThe interface of a library with a programming language other than one it is written in.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
item holding things tightly togetherbindingEnglishnounThe action or result of making two or more molecules stick together.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
item holding things tightly togetherbindingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of bindform-of gerund participle present
knowing, skilfulunderstandingEnglishnounThe act of one that understands or comprehends; comprehension; knowledge; discernment.gerund uncountable with-of
knowing, skilfulunderstandingEnglishnounReason or intelligence; ability to grasp the full meaning of knowledge; ability to infer.countable with-of
knowing, skilfulunderstandingEnglishnounOpinion, judgement, or outlook.countable with-of
knowing, skilfulunderstandingEnglishnounAn agreement of minds; harmony; something mutually understood or agreed upon. / An informal contract; a mutual agreement.countable uncountable with-of
knowing, skilfulunderstandingEnglishnounAn agreement of minds; harmony; something mutually understood or agreed upon. / A reconciliation of differences.countable uncountable with-of
knowing, skilfulunderstandingEnglishnounSympathy.uncountable with-of
knowing, skilfulunderstandingEnglishadjShowing compassion, tolerance, and forbearance.
knowing, skilfulunderstandingEnglishadjKnowing; skilful.dated
knowing, skilfulunderstandingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of understandform-of gerund participle present
leafyfrondoseEnglishadjleafybiology botany natural-sciences
leafyfrondoseEnglishadjpossessing a frond, not discoidbiology history human-sciences natural-sciences paleontology sciences
leave suddenlyjump shipEnglishverbTo depart from a ship, especially without permission.nautical transport
leave suddenlyjump shipEnglishverbTo leave something, especially suddenly or rapidly.figuratively
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounExcess of material, useless by-products, or damaged, unsaleable products; garbage; rubbish.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounExcrement or urine.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounA wasteland; an uninhabited desolate region; a wilderness or desert.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounA place that has been laid waste or destroyed.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounA large tract of uncultivated land.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounThe part of the land of a manor (of whatever size) not used for cultivation or grazing, nowadays treated as common land.countable historical uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounA vast expanse of water.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounA disused mine or part of one.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounThe action or progress of wasting; extravagant consumption or ineffectual use.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounLarge abundance of something, specifically without it being used.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounGradual loss or decay.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounA decaying of the body by disease; atrophy; wasting away.countable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounDestruction or devastation caused by war or natural disasters; see "to lay waste".countable rare uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounA cause of action which may be brought by the owner of a future interest in property against the current owner of that property to prevent the current owner from degrading the value or character of the property, either intentionally or through neglect.lawcountable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishnounMaterial derived by mechanical and chemical erosion from the land, carried by streams to the sea.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishadjUseless and contemptible.derogatory slang
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishadjUncultivated, uninhabited.archaic
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishadjBarren; desert; empty.
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishadjRejected as being defective; eliminated as being worthless; produced in excess.
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishadjSuperfluous; needless.
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishadjDismal; gloomy; cheerless.
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishadjUnfortunate; disappointing.
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishverbTo devastate; to destroy.transitive
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishverbTo squander (money or resources) uselessly; to spend (time) idly.transitive
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishverbTo kill; to murder.slang transitive
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishverbTo wear away by degrees; to impair gradually; to deteriorate; to diminish by constant loss; to use up; to consume; to spend; to wear out.transitive
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishverbTo gradually lose weight, weaken, become frail.intransitive
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishverbTo be diminished; to lose bulk, substance, strength, value etc. gradually.intransitive
legal: cause of action against degrading the value or character of a propertywasteEnglishverbTo damage, impair, or injure (an estate, etc.) voluntarily, or by allowing the buildings, fences, etc., to fall into decay.law
line fastened to the logloglineEnglishnounA very short summary of a script or screenplay.authorship broadcasting communications film journalism literature media publishing television writing
line fastened to the logloglineEnglishnounThe line fastened to the log, and marked for finding the speed of a vessel.nautical transport
lively, vigoroussassyEnglishadjBold and spirited, cheeky, impudent, saucy.
lively, vigoroussassyEnglishadjSomewhat sexy and provocative.
lively, vigoroussassyEnglishadjLively, vigorous.
loverLetoEnglishnameLeto, in Greek mythology, the mother of Apollo and Artemis.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek uncountable
loverLetoEnglishname68 Leto, An asteroid in Asteroid Belt, Solar Systemastronomy natural-sciencesuncountable
loverLetoEnglishnameA surname.countable
luxuriantluxureFrenchnounlustfeminine
luxuriantluxureFrenchnoundebauched or intense sexual desire, especially when unrestrainedfeminine
machineblancherEnglishnounOne who, or that which, blanches or whitens; especially, one who anneals and cleanses money, or a chemical preparation for this purpose.
machineblancherEnglishnounA machine for blanching or whitening.
machineblancherEnglishnounOne who, or that which, frightens away or turns aside.obsolete
machine translatortranslatorEnglishnounA person who converts speech, text, film, or other material into a different language. (Contrasted with interpreter.)
machine translatortranslatorEnglishnounOne that makes a new version of a source material in a different language or format.broadly
machine translatortranslatorEnglishnounA computer program that translates something from one language to another using machine translation.
make a great effortbend over backwardsEnglishverbTo make a great effort; to take extraordinary care; to go to great lengths.idiomatic informal
make a great effortbend over backwardsEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see bend over, backwards.
male given nameOsmondEnglishnameA male given name from the Germanic languages, rare in English.
male given nameOsmondEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
many sensesaboutEnglishprepIn a circle around; all round; on every side of; on the outside of.
many sensesaboutEnglishprepOver or upon different parts of; through or over in various directions; here and there in; to and fro in; throughout.
many sensesaboutEnglishprepIndicates that something will happen very soon; indicates a plan or intention to do something. / See about to.with 'to' and verb infinitive
many sensesaboutEnglishprepIndicates that something will happen very soon; indicates a plan or intention to do something. / On the point or verge of.dialectal obsolete with present participle
many sensesaboutEnglishprepConcerning; with regard to; on account of; on the subject of; to affect.
many sensesaboutEnglishprepConcerned with; engaged in; intent on.
many sensesaboutEnglishprepWithin or in the immediate neighborhood of; in contiguity or proximity to; near, as to place.
many sensesaboutEnglishprepOn one's person; nearby the person.
many sensesaboutEnglishprepIn or near, as in mental faculties or (literally) in the possession of; under the control of; at one's command; in one's makeup.figuratively
many sensesaboutEnglishadvOn all sides; around.not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadvHere and there; around; in one place and another; up and down.not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadvFrom one place or position to another in succession; indicating repeated movement or activity.not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadvIndicating unproductive or unstructured activity.not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadvNearly; approximately; with close correspondence in quality, manner, degree, quantity, or time; almost.not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadvNear; in the vicinity.not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadvTo a reversed order; half round; facing in the opposite direction; from a contrary point of view.not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadvTo a reversed order; half round; facing in the opposite direction; from a contrary point of view. / To the opposite tack: see go about.nautical transportnot-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadvIn succession; one after another; in the course of events.not-comparable obsolete rare
many sensesaboutEnglishadvIn circuit; circularly; by a circuitous way; around the outside; in circumference.archaic not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadjMoving around; astir.not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadjIn existence; being in evidence; apparent.not-comparable
many sensesaboutEnglishadjNear; in the vicinity or neighbourhood.not-comparable
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto take, grab (someone/something by hand)active transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto hold, carry, pick up (something)active transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto drag (someone by the arm, hand, hair); to pull (someone’s arm, hand, hair); to set/take off; to kidnap someone (hostage/slave/bride)active transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto provide, profit (for oneself); to equip oneself; to make (something) mineactive figuratively transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto receive (salary, diploma, patent, title, news, message, wish, blessings, permission)active figuratively transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto take power/rule over, possess, own, winactive figuratively transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto borrowactive figuratively transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto acquire, obtain (knowledge, lesson, experience)active figuratively transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto eat; to drink, swallow (pills), suck; to take (drugs, pills, medicine)active figuratively transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverb(it/they) require(s), willactive figuratively transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto take someone as one's wife/bride/partner; to make someone to one's wife/brideactive colloquial transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto cut, trim, remove something (from hair, body, etc.)active figuratively transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto agree, take something into considerationactive transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverb(it/they) takes over (emotions, feelings, condition, desire, health, illness)active transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverb(it/they) contain(s), fit(s) (an amount)active transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverb(it/they) summarize(s); include(s) (law, etc.)active colloquial transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto understand, judge (someone/something); to call (something/someone) outactive transitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto go (direction), take a route; to climb/got up (somewhere)active intransitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverb(it/they) walks towards, reach(es) (development)active figuratively intransitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverb(it/they) starts, begin(s) (also as a semi-auxiliary verb)active figuratively intransitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverb(it/they) catch(es), gets; (it/they) is/are getting (weather, condition)active figuratively intransitive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto take (over) + substantive/nounactive
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto interfere, conceiveactive colloquial intransitive third-person
marramendth m (“vertigo”)marrAlbanianverbto go away, to lose, to disappearreflexive third-person
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounA figure formed by two rays which start from a common point (a plane angle) or by three planes that intersect (a solid angle).geometry mathematics sciences
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounThe measure of such a figure. In the case of a plane angle, this is the ratio (or proportional to the ratio) of the arc length to the radius of a section of a circle cut by the two rays, centered at their common point. In the case of a solid angle, this is the ratio of the surface area to the square of the radius of the section of a sphere.geometry mathematics sciences
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounA corner where two walls intersect.
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounA change in direction.
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounA viewpoint; a way of looking at something.
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounThe focus of a news story.media
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounAny of various hesperiid butterflies.
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounA storyline between two wrestlers, providing the background for and approach to a feud.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics professional-wrestling sports war wrestlingslang
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounAn ulterior motive; a scheme or means of benefitting from a situation, usually hidden, often immoralslang
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounA projecting or sharp corner; an angular fragment.
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounAny of the four cardinal points of an astrological chart: the Ascendant, the Midheaven, the Descendant and the Imum Coeli.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
measure of such a figureangleEnglishverbTo place (something) at an angle.transitive
measure of such a figureangleEnglishverbTo change direction rapidly.informal intransitive
measure of such a figureangleEnglishverbTo present or argue something in a particular way or from a particular viewpoint.informal transitive
measure of such a figureangleEnglishverbTo hamper (oneself or one's opponent) by leaving the cue ball in the jaws of a pocket such that the surround of the pocket (the "angle") blocks the path from cue ball to object ball.transitive
measure of such a figureangleEnglishnounA fishhook; tackle for catching fish, consisting of a line, hook, and bait, with or without a rod.
measure of such a figureangleEnglishverbTo try to catch fish with a hook and line.figuratively intransitive
measure of such a figureangleEnglishverbTo attempt to subtly persuade someone to offer a desired thing.informal with for
measurement of the heating power of electromagnetic radiationactinometryEnglishnounthe measurement of the heating power of electromagnetic radiation, especially that of solar radiationcountable uncountable
measurement of the heating power of electromagnetic radiationactinometryEnglishnounthe measurement of the chemical or actinic energy of lightcountable uncountable
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishverbpast participle of breakform-of participle past
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjFragmented; in separate pieces. / Fractured; having the bone in pieces.of a bone or body part
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjFragmented; in separate pieces. / Split or ruptured.of skin
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjFragmented; in separate pieces. / Dashed; made up of short lines with small gaps between each one and the next.of a line
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjFragmented; in separate pieces. / Interrupted; not continuous.of sleep
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjFragmented; in separate pieces. / Five-eighths to seven-eighths obscured by clouds; incompletely covered by clouds.climatology meteorology natural-sciencesof the sky
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjFragmented; in separate pieces. / Having periods of silence scattered throughout; not regularly continuous.of a melody
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjFragmented; in separate pieces.
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjBreached; violated; not kept.of a promise
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjNon-functional; not functioning properly. / Disconnected, no longer open or carrying traffic.of an electronic connection
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjNon-functional; not functioning properly. / Badly designed or implemented.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareinformal
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjNon-functional; not functioning properly. / Grammatically non-standard, especially as a result of being produced by a non-native speaker.of language
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjNon-functional; not functioning properly. / Not having gone in the way intended; saddening.US colloquial of a situation
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjNon-functional; not functioning properly.
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjCompletely defeated and dispirited; shattered; destroyed.of a person
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjHaving no money; bankrupt, broke.
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjUneven.of land
meteorology: five eighths to seven eighths obscured by cloudsbrokenEnglishadjOverpowered; overly powerful; too powerful.games gaming hobbies lifestyle sportsof a tactic or option
mineлагумSerbo-Croatiannounminemasculine
mineлагумSerbo-Croatiannoununderground tunnelmasculine
mineлагумSerbo-Croatiannouncellarmasculine
mineralleuciteEnglishnounA mineral of silica-poor igneous, plutonic and volcanic rocks. Chemically, leucite is a potassium feldspar with insufficient silica to satisfy the chemical bonds. Because of the unfilled bonds, leucite weathers rapidly and can only be seen as inclusions in freshly broken rock.chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
mineralleuciteEnglishnounA leucoplast.biology botany natural-sciencescountable uncountable
misfolded proteins that disrupt normal organ functionamyloidEnglishnounA waxy compound of protein and polysaccharides that is found deposited in tissues in amyloidosis.
misfolded proteins that disrupt normal organ functionamyloidEnglishnounAny of various starchlike substances.
misfolded proteins that disrupt normal organ functionamyloidEnglishadjContaining or resembling starch.
misfolded proteins that disrupt normal organ functionamyloidEnglishadjApplied to a mushroom that turns blue-black upon application of Melzer's reagentbiology mycology natural-sciences
missionary宣教師Chinesenounevangelist; preacher
missionary宣教師Chinesenounmissionary
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounA paper or cardboard wrapper used to enclose small, flat items, especially letters, for mailing.
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounSomething that envelops; a wrapping.
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounA bag containing the lifting gas of a balloon or airship; fabric that encloses the gas-bags of an airship.
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounA mathematical curve, surface, or higher-dimensional object that is the tangent to a given family of lines, curves, surfaces, or higher-dimensional objects.geometry mathematics sciences
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounA curve that bounds another curve or set of curves, as the modulation envelope of an amplitude-modulated carrier wave in electronics.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounThe shape of a sound, which may be controlled by a synthesizer or sampler.entertainment lifestyle music
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounThe information used for routing a message that is transmitted with the message but not part of its contents.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounAn enclosing structure or cover, such as a membrane; a space between two membranesbiology natural-sciences
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounThe set of limitations within which a technological system can perform safely and effectively.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounThe nebulous covering of the head or nucleus of a comet; a coma.astronomy natural-sciences
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishnounAn earthwork in the form of a single parapet or a small rampart, sometimes raised in the ditch and sometimes beyond it.
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishverbTo put (something) in an envelope.rare transitive
music: shape of a soundenvelopeEnglishverbArchaic form of envelop.alt-of archaic
nautical: companionway cover in a sailboatdodgerEnglishnounSomeone who dodges (avoids something by quickly moving).countable
nautical: companionway cover in a sailboatdodgerEnglishnounA person full of tricks or street smarts.countable
nautical: companionway cover in a sailboatdodgerEnglishnounA frame-supported canvas over the companionway (entrance) of a sailboat providing the on-deck crew partial cover from the splashes of the seas that break against the hull of the boat.nautical transportcountable
nautical: companionway cover in a sailboatdodgerEnglishnounAn advertising leaflet; a flyer.Australia countable slang
nautical: companionway cover in a sailboatdodgerEnglishnounBread.Australia US dated slang uncountable
neutral grain/grape spiritNGSEnglishnameInitialism of National Geographic Society.abbreviation alt-of initialism
neutral grain/grape spiritNGSEnglishnameInitialism of National Genealogical Society.abbreviation alt-of initialism
neutral grain/grape spiritNGSEnglishnameInitialism of National Geodetic Survey.abbreviation alt-of initialism
neutral grain/grape spiritNGSEnglishnameInitialism of National Gramophonic Society.abbreviation alt-of initialism
neutral grain/grape spiritNGSEnglishnounInitialism of next-generation sequencing.abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
neutral grain/grape spiritNGSEnglishnounInitialism of nice guy syndrome.abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
neutral grain/grape spiritNGSEnglishnounInitialism of neutral grain spirit.abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
neutral grain/grape spiritNGSEnglishnounInitialism of neutral grape spirit (“vinous alcohol”).abbreviation alt-of initialism uncountable
non-alcoholic sparkling beverage (lemon-lime)ciderEnglishnounAn alcoholic, often sparkling (carbonated) beverage made from fermented apples; hard cider; apple ciderAustralia Britain Canada Ireland New-Zealand countable uncountable
non-alcoholic sparkling beverage (lemon-lime)ciderEnglishnounA non-alcoholic still beverage consisting of the juice of early-harvest apples, usually unfiltered and still containing pulp; apple cider; sweet cider (without pulp such a beverage is called apple juice).Canada US countable uncountable
non-alcoholic sparkling beverage (lemon-lime)ciderEnglishnounA non-alcoholic carbonated beverage made from apples or pears.Australia countable uncountable
non-alcoholic sparkling beverage (lemon-lime)ciderEnglishnounA non-alcoholic, lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage.Japan South-Korea countable uncountable
non-alcoholic sparkling beverage (lemon-lime)ciderEnglishnounA cup, glass, or serving of any of these beverages.countable
nonsensebrækDanishnounsick, vomit (regurgitated former contents of a stomach). See Thesaurus:vomitneuter uncountable
nonsensebrækDanishnouncrap, rubbish (nonsense)derogatory neuter uncountable
nonsensebrækDanishnounbreak-in (the act of entering with the intent to steal)countable informal neuter
nonsensebrækDanishverbimperative of brækkeform-of imperative
not compatibleinconsistentEnglishadjNot consistent: / Not compatible (with another thing); incompatible, discrepant, at odds.
not compatibleinconsistentEnglishadjNot consistent: / Lacking internal consistency; self-contradicting; not compatible with itself.
not compatibleinconsistentEnglishadjNot consistent: / Not consistent or coherent in thought or behavior.
not compatibleinconsistentEnglishadjNot consistent: / Having the property that a contradiction can be derived.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
not tightlylooselyEnglishadvIn a loose manner.
not tightlylooselyEnglishadvNot tightly.
not tightlylooselyEnglishadvApproximately.
not tightlylooselyEnglishadvUsed to indicate an imprecise use of words; short for loosely speaking
notable eventepochEnglishnounA particular period of history, or of a person's life, especially one considered noteworthy or remarkable.
notable eventepochEnglishnounA notable event which marks the beginning of such a period.
notable eventepochEnglishnounA specific instant in time, chosen as the point of reference or zero value of a system that involves identifying instants of time.astronomy chronology computing engineering hobbies horology lifestyle mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
notable eventepochEnglishnounA geochronologic unit of hundreds of thousands to millions of years; a subdivision of a period, and subdivided into ages (or sometimes subepochs).geography geology natural-sciences
notable eventepochEnglishnounOne complete presentation of the training data set to an iterative machine learning algorithm.
notable eventepochEnglishverbTo divide (data) into segments by time period.sciencestransitive
nowadays今天Chinesenountoday
nowadays今天Chinesenounnowadays; the present time
obstinate, stubbornbloody-mindedEnglishadjEager for or wanting blood.
obstinate, stubbornbloody-mindedEnglishadjObstinate; stubborn.UK informal
odgovorgovorSlovenenounspeech
odgovorgovorSlovenenountalk
of "sexy"seksuālsLatvianadjsexual (relating to sex, to one's sex life)
of "sexy"seksuālsLatvianadjsexual (relating to sex and reproduction)
of "sexy"seksuālsLatvianadjsexy (suggestive; causing sexual desire; attractive, desirable (also non-sexually))colloquial
of animal origineläinperäinenFinnishadjof animal origin
of animal origineläinperäinenFinnishadjzoonotic (of or relating to zoonosis)
of forty-eight peopleachtundvierzigköpfigGermanadjforty-eight-headednot-comparable
of forty-eight peopleachtundvierzigköpfigGermanadjof forty-eight (people)not-comparable
of heavy rainteemingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of teemform-of gerund participle present
of heavy rainteemingEnglishadjAbundantly filled with especially living things.
of heavy rainteemingEnglishadjReferring to large quantities of rain.
of nounhåpaNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite plural of håpdefinite form-of neuter plural
of nounhåpaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of håpe: / simple pastpast
of nounhåpaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of håpe: / past participleparticiple past
of nounklynketNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite neuter singular of klynkdefinite form-of masculine neuter singular
of nounklynketNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of klynke: / simple pastpast
of nounklynketNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of klynke: / past participleparticiple past
of or pertaining to Jesus Christ as LorddominicalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Jesus Christ as Lord.not-comparable
of or pertaining to Jesus Christ as LorddominicalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Lord's Day, Sunday.archaic not-comparable
of or pertaining to Jesus Christ as LorddominicalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the ancient system of dominical letters, used for determining Sundays (particularly Easter Sunday) in any given year. / Of printed text: in a large size.figuratively historical not-comparable obsolete
of or pertaining to Jesus Christ as LorddominicalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the ancient system of dominical letters, used for determining Sundays (particularly Easter Sunday) in any given year. / Red, ruddy.figuratively historical not-comparable obsolete
of or pertaining to Jesus Christ as LorddominicalEnglishnounA person who keeps Sunday as a day of rest, but does not regard it as representing the Sabbath of the Old Testament of the Bible.
of or pertaining to Jesus Christ as LorddominicalEnglishnounA payment legally due from a parishioner to the parish, because the parishioner's house was built on land, ownership of which would have originally obliged the landowner to pay a tithe to the parish.Britain historical
of or pertaining to Jesus Christ as LorddominicalEnglishnounThe Lord's Day; Sunday.obsolete
of or pertaining to Jesus Christ as LorddominicalEnglishnounShort for dominical letter.abbreviation alt-of obsolete
of or pertaining to artisansartisanalEnglishadjOf or pertaining to artisans or the work of artisans.not-comparable
of or pertaining to artisansartisanalEnglishadjInvolving skilled work, with comparatively little reliance on machinery.not-comparable
of or pertaining to artisansartisanalEnglishadjMade by an artisan (skilled worker).not-comparable of an item
of or pertaining to shepherdspastoralEnglishadjOf or pertaining to shepherds or herders of other livestock.
of or pertaining to shepherdspastoralEnglishadjRelating to rural life and scenes, in particular of poetry.
of or pertaining to shepherdspastoralEnglishadjRelating to the care of souls, to the pastor of a church or to any local religious leader charged with the service of individual parishioners, i.e. a priest or rabbi.
of or pertaining to shepherdspastoralEnglishnounA poem describing the life and manners of shepherds; a poem in which the speakers assume the character of shepherds; an idyll; a bucolic.
of or pertaining to shepherdspastoralEnglishnounA cantata relating to rural life; a composition for instruments characterized by simplicity and sweetness; a lyrical composition the subject of which is taken from rural life.entertainment lifestyle music
of or pertaining to shepherdspastoralEnglishnounA letter of a pastor to his charge; specifically, a letter addressed by a bishop to his diocese.Christianity lifestyle religion
of or pertaining to shepherdspastoralEnglishnounA letter of the House of Bishops, to be read in each parish.Christianity lifestyle religion
of verbpustetNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite singular of pustdefinite form-of neuter singular
of verbpustetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of puste: / simple pastpast
of verbpustetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of puste: / past participleparticiple past
of verbøremerkaNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite plural of øremerkedefinite form-of neuter plural
of verbøremerkaNorwegian Bokmålverbsimple past of øremerkeform-of past
of verbøremerkaNorwegian Bokmålverbpast participle of øremerkeform-of participle past
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHaving great weight.of a physical object
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjSerious, somber.of a topic
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjNot easy to bear; burdensome; oppressive.
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjGood.Britain dated slang
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjProfound.US dated
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHigh, great.of a rate of flow
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjArmed.slang
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjLoud, distorted, or intense.of music
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHot and humid.of weather
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjDoing the specified activity more intensely than most other people.of a person
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjWith eyelids difficult to keep open due to tiredness.of the eyes
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHigh in fat or protein; difficult to digest.of food
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjOf great force, power, or intensity; deep or intense.
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjLaden with that which is weighty; encumbered; burdened; bowed down, either with an actual burden, or with grief, pain, disappointment, etc.
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjSlow; sluggish; inactive; or lifeless, dull, inanimate, stupid.
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjImpeding motion; cloggy; clayey.
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjNot raised or leavened.
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHaving much body or strength.of wines or spirits
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjWith child; pregnant.obsolete
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjContaining one or more isotopes that are heavier than the normal one.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHaving high viscosity.business energy natural-sciences petroleum physical-sciences physics
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjOf a market: in which the price of shares is declining.business finance
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHeavily-armed.government military nautical politics transport war
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHaving a relatively high takeoff weight and payload.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesof an aircraft
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHaving a relatively high takeoff weight and payload. / Having a maximum takeoff weight exceeding 300,000 tons, as almost all widebodies do, generating high wake turbulence.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesof an aircraft
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadvIn a heavy manner; weightily; heavily; gravely.
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadvTo a great degree; greatly.colloquial nonstandard
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadvveryIndia colloquial
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishnounA villain or bad guy; the one responsible for evil or aggressive acts.slang
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishnounA doorman, bouncer or bodyguard.slang
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishnounA newspaper of the quality press.journalism mediain-plural slang
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishnounA relatively large multi-engined aircraft.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishnounA serious theatrical role.entertainment lifestyle theaterarchaic slang
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishnounA member of the heavy cavalry.government military politics warhistorical
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishverbTo make heavier.often with "up"
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishverbTo sadden.
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishverbTo use power or wealth to exert influence on, e.g., governments or corporations; to pressure.Australia New-Zealand informal
of weather:hot and humidheavyEnglishadjHaving the heaves.
one who does not normally eat saladsalad dodgerEnglishnounAn overweight person.derogatory informal
one who does not normally eat saladsalad dodgerEnglishnounOne who does not normally eat salad.informal
organic compoundsinappiöljyFinnishnounmustard oil (oil extracted from mustard seeds)
organic compoundsinappiöljyFinnishnounmustard oil (organic compound allyl-isothiocyanate)
originating from ancient Philistia; of or pertaining to the ancient PhilistinesPhilistineEnglishnounA non-Semitic person from ancient Philistia, a region in the southwest Levant in the Middle East.historical
originating from ancient Philistia; of or pertaining to the ancient PhilistinesPhilistineEnglishnounAn opponent (of the speaker, writer, etc); an enemy, a foe.figuratively plural-normally
originating from ancient Philistia; of or pertaining to the ancient PhilistinesPhilistineEnglishnounIn German universities: a person not associated with the university; a non-academic or non-student; a townsperson.historical
originating from ancient Philistia; of or pertaining to the ancient PhilistinesPhilistineEnglishnounAlternative letter-case form of philistine (“a person who is ignorant or uneducated; specifically, a person who lacks appreciation of or is antagonistic towards art or culture, and who has pedestrian tastes”)alt-of
originating from ancient Philistia; of or pertaining to the ancient PhilistinesPhilistineEnglishadjOriginating from ancient Philistia; of or pertaining to the ancient Philistines.historical
originating from ancient Philistia; of or pertaining to the ancient PhilistinesPhilistineEnglishadjAlternative letter-case form of philistine (“ignorant or uneducated; specifically, lacking appreciation for or antagonistic towards art or culture, and having pedestrian tastes”).alt-of
ornatefloridEnglishadjHaving a rosy or pale red colour; ruddy.
ornatefloridEnglishadjElaborately ornate; flowery.
ornatefloridEnglishadjIn a blatant, vivid, or highly disorganized state.of a disorder
ornatefloridEnglishadjFlourishing; in the bloom of health.obsolete
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe interior bottom or surface of a house or building; the supporting surface of a room.
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe bottom surface of a natural structure, entity, or space (e.g. cave, forest, ocean, desert, etc.); the ground (surface of the Earth).biology geography geology natural-scienceswith a modifier
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe ground.UK colloquial dialectal
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounA structure formed of beams, girders, etc, with proper covering, which divides a building horizontally into storeys/stories.architecture business construction manufacturing
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe supporting surface or platform of a structure such as a bridge.
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounA storey/story of a building.architecture
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounIn a parliament, the part of the house assigned to the members, as opposed to the viewing gallery.
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe right to speak at a given time during a debate or other public event.broadly
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThat part of the bottom of a vessel on each side of the keelson which is most nearly horizontal.nautical transport
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounA horizontal, flat ore body; the rock underlying a stratified or nearly horizontal deposit.business mining
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe bottom of a pit, pothole or mine.business mining
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe largest integer less than or equal to a given number.mathematics sciences
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounAn event performed on a floor-like carpeted surface; floor exercisegymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounA floor-like carpeted surface for performing gymnastic movements.gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounA lower limit on the interest rate payable on an otherwise variable-rate loan, used by lenders to defend against falls in interest rates. Opposite of a cap.business finance
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounA dance floor.
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe trading floor of a stock exchange, pit; the area in which business is conducted at a convention or exhibition.
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe area of a casino where gambling occurs.
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishnounThe area of an establishment where food and drink are served to customers.
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishverbTo cover or furnish with a floor.transitive
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishverbTo strike down or lay level with the floor; to knock down.
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishverbTo hang (a picture on exhibition) near the base of a wall, where it cannot easily be seen.dated informal
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishverbTo push (a pedal) down to the floor, especially to accelerate.slang transitive
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishverbTo silence by a conclusive answer or retort.informal transitive
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishverbTo amaze or greatly surprise.informal transitive
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishverbTo finish or make an end of.colloquial transitive
part of the house assigned to the members of a legislative assemblyfloorEnglishverbTo set a lower bound.mathematics sciences
participant in a contestcontestantEnglishnounA participant in a contest; specifically, a person who plays a game, as on a TV game show.
participant in a contestcontestantEnglishnounOne who brings a legal challenge.
penalty kickштрафнойRussianadjpenaltyrelational
penalty kickштрафнойRussianadjpenal
penalty kickштрафнойRussianadjconsisting of penalised soldiers, sportsmen, etc.
penalty kickштрафнойRussiannounsoldier sent to a penal military battaliongovernment military politics waranimate
penalty kickштрафнойRussiannouna player who has been penalizedhobbies lifestyle sportsanimate
penalty kickштрафнойRussiannounpenalty kick, free throw, etc.hobbies lifestyle sportsinanimate
penismeatEnglishnounThe flesh (muscle tissue) of an animal used as food.uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounA type of meat, by anatomic position and provenance.countable
penismeatEnglishnounFood, for animals or humans, especially solid food. See also meat and drink.archaic countable dialectal uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounA type of food, a dish.archaic countable uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounA meal.archaic countable uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounMeal; flour.countable obsolete uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounAny relatively thick, solid part of a fruit, nut etc.uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounA penis.countable slang uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounThe best or most substantial part of something.colloquial countable uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounThe sweet spot of a bat or club (in cricket, golf, baseball etc.).hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounA meathead.countable slang uncountable
penismeatEnglishnounA totem, or (by metonymy) a clan or clansman which uses it.countable uncountable
people or language of Republic of CongoCongoleseEnglishnounA person from the Congo or any Congolese state. / A person from the Republic of the Congo.
people or language of Republic of CongoCongoleseEnglishnounA person from the Congo or any Congolese state. / A person from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Zaire).
people or language of Republic of CongoCongoleseEnglishnounA person from the Congo or any Congolese state.
people or language of Republic of CongoCongoleseEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to the Congo or any Congolese state. / Of, from, or pertaining to the Republic of Congo or its people.not-comparable
people or language of Republic of CongoCongoleseEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to the Congo or any Congolese state. / Of, from, or pertaining to the Democratic Republic of Congo or its people.not-comparable
people or language of Republic of CongoCongoleseEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to the Congo or any Congolese state.not-comparable
person involved in the ownership or management of an industrial enterpriseindustrialistEnglishnounA person involved in the ownership or management of an industrial enterprise.
person involved in the ownership or management of an industrial enterpriseindustrialistEnglishnounOne who performs or enjoys industrial music.entertainment lifestyle music
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA corncob.countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounThe seed-bearing head of a plant.countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounClipping of cobnut.abbreviation alt-of clipping countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA male swan.countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA gull, especially the black-backed gull (Larus marinus); also spelled cobb.East-Anglia countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA lump or piece of anything, usually of a somewhat large size, as of coal, or stone.countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA round, often crusty roll or loaf of bread.Midlands countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA building material consisting of clay, sand, straw, water, and earth, similar to adobe; also called cobb, rammed earth or pisé.uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA horse having a stout body and short legs.countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounAny of the gold and silver coins that were minted in the Spanish Empire and valued in reales or escudos, such as the piece of eight—especially those which were crudely struck and irregularly shaped.countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounOne who is eminent, great, large, or rich.countable obsolete uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA spider (cf. cobweb).countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA small fish, the miller's thumb.countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA large fish, especially the kabeljou (variant spelling of kob).countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounThe head of a herring.countable obsolete uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA tower or small castle on top of a hill.countable obsolete uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA thresher.countable obsolete uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA cylinder with pins in it, encoding music to be played back mechanically by a barrel organ.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable historical uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA person of mixed black and white ancestry, especially a griffe; a mulatto.countable uncountable
person of mixed racecobEnglishverbTo construct using mud blocks or to seal a wall using mud or an artificial equivalent.
person of mixed racecobEnglishverbTo have the heads mature into corncobs.of growing corn
person of mixed racecobEnglishverbTo remove the kernels from a corncob.
person of mixed racecobEnglishverbTo thresh.
person of mixed racecobEnglishverbTo break up ground with a hoe.
person of mixed racecobEnglishverbTo beat with a flat instrument; to paddle.
person of mixed racecobEnglishverbTo throw, chuck, lob.Northern-UK colloquial
person of mixed racecobEnglishverbTo chip off unwanted pieces of stone, so as to form a desired shape or improve the quality of mineral ore.
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounA punishment consisting of blows inflicted on the buttocks with a strap or a flat piece of wood.
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounAbbreviation of cobble.abbreviation alt-of
person of mixed racecobEnglishnounAlternative form of COBalt-of alternative
pertaining to a communitycommunalEnglishadjPertaining to a community.
pertaining to a communitycommunalEnglishadjshared by a community; public.
pertaining to a communitycommunalEnglishadjdefined by religious ideas; based on religion.India
philosophy: immediate awareness or apprehensionimmediacyEnglishnounThe quality of being immediate, of happening right away.countable uncountable
philosophy: immediate awareness or apprehensionimmediacyEnglishnounLack of mediation; directness.countable uncountable
philosophy: immediate awareness or apprehensionimmediacyEnglishnounImmediate awareness or apprehension.human-sciences philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
pickled cucumberdill pickleEnglishnounA cucumber pickled in brine or vinegar flavored with dill and other seasonings.
pickled cucumberdill pickleEnglishnounA foolish person. [early 20th c.] / A foolish person.US dated slang
pierce something with any long, pointed objectimpaleEnglishverbTo pierce (something) with any long, pointed object.transitive
pierce something with any long, pointed objectimpaleEnglishverbTo place two coats of arms side by side on the same shield (often those of two spouses upon marriage).government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicstransitive
pierce something with any long, pointed objectimpaleEnglishverbTo pierce with a pale; to put to death by fixing on a sharp stake.intransitive transitive
pierce something with any long, pointed objectimpaleEnglishverbTo enclose or fence with stakes.intransitive transitive
pocketChinesecharacterhelmet; hood
pocketChinesecharacterhelmet-shaped
pocketChinesecharacterarmor
pocketChinesecharacterto wrap in a bag; to encase; to carry in a wrap
pocketChinesecharacterbag; pouch; plastic bag
pocketChinesecharacterpocket
pocketChinesecharacterto pocket; to keep; to retain; to acquire dishonestly
pocketChinesecharacterto reach
pocketChinesecharacterto move around; to move in a circle
pocketChinesecharacterto canvass; to solicit
pocketChinesecharacterto take responsibility for
pocketChinesecharacterto relate in detail
pocketChinesecharacterto peddle; to hawk
pocketChinesecharacterhomeHokkien
pocketChinesecharacternearbyHokkien
pocketChinesecharacterplace; side; locationHokkien Singapore
pocketChinesecharacterflat or shallow container; flat or shallow bowlCantonese
pocketChinesecharacterto contain; to hold in a container; to hold with one's hand(s) in a horizontal positionalCantonese
pocketChinesecharacterto make a detour; to bypass; to deviateCantonese
pocketChinesecharacterindirect; lengthy; with detours or deviationsCantonese of routes or journeys
pocketChinesecharacterto explain one's way out of a bad situationCantonese
pocketChinesecharacterClassifier for things put in a flat or shallow container.Cantonese
pocketChinesecharacterto scoop with a flat or shallow containerCantonese
pocketChinesecharacterto hit with one's limbs, in a curved trajectory; to slap (someone); to kickCantonese
pocketChinesecharactersome; a few; a little; a bit (an indefinite amount)Hakka
pocketChinesecharacterPlural marker for pronouns.Hakka
point in chart or graphdata pointEnglishnounA mark on a graph or chart corresponding to a piece of data.
point in chart or graphdata pointEnglishnounThe datum that the mark represents; a single piece of information.broadly
point in chart or graphdata pointEnglishnounA socket for connecting to a phone line or other electronic network.
policemanløgreglaFaroesenounpolicefeminine
policemanløgreglaFaroesenounpolicemanfeminine
population人口Chinesenounpopulation (people living within a political or geographical boundary)
population人口Chinesenounnumber of people in a family
population人口Chinesenounmouths to feed
population人口Chinesenounpeople (in general contexts)
positive aspectupshotEnglishnounThe final result, or outcome of something.
positive aspectupshotEnglishnounA concise summary.US
positive aspectupshotEnglishnounA positive aspect or consequence, often either unexpected or in contrast to other negative aspects.US
powerfulmampuIndonesianadjpowerful
powerfulmampuIndonesianadjrich
practicing abuseabusiveEnglishadjProne to treat someone badly by coarse, insulting words or other maltreatment; vituperative; reproachful; scurrilous.
practicing abuseabusiveEnglishadjTending to deceive; fraudulent.obsolete
practicing abuseabusiveEnglishadjTending to misuse; practising or containing abuse.archaic
practicing abuseabusiveEnglishadjBeing physically or emotionally injurious; characterized by repeated violence or other abuse.
practicing abuseabusiveEnglishadjWrongly used; perverted; misapplied; unjust; illegal.
practicing abuseabusiveEnglishadjCatachrestic.archaic
prefectural seatDaiEnglishnameA male given name from Welsh, a Welsh diminutive of David.
prefectural seatDaiEnglishnounAn ethnic group of China, one of the 55 officially-recognized minorities.
prefectural seatDaiEnglishnounA member of the ethnic group.
prefectural seatDaiEnglishnameA small northern state of ancient China.historical
prefectural seatDaiEnglishnameVarious other kingdoms and princely appenages of imperial China named for the ancient state.historical
prefectural seatDaiEnglishnameA prefecture of Shanxi under imperial China.historical
prefectural seatDaiEnglishnameA county of Xinzhou Prefecture in Shanxi, China.
prefectural seatDaiEnglishnameA surname.
presently or currently happening; being in progressongoingEnglishadjContinuing, permanent, lasting.not-comparable
presently or currently happening; being in progressongoingEnglishadjPresently or currently happening; being in progress.not-comparable
presently or currently happening; being in progressongoingEnglishnounSomething that is going on; a happening.
presently or currently happening; being in progressongoingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of ongoform-of gerund participle present rare
primarily religious warholy warEnglishnounA war that is entirely, primarily, or ostensibly religious in motivation; a war over religion.
primarily religious warholy warEnglishnounA long-running and acrimonious debate or flame war over personal preferences in technical matters, such as the choice between little-endian and big-endian representation.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet
primarily religious warholy warEnglishnounThe rivalry between the sports teams of Brigham Young University and the University of Utah.
private loungecloakroomEnglishnounA room intended for holding guests' cloaks and other heavy outerwear, as at a theater or night club.
private loungecloakroomEnglishnounA room intended for holding luggage, as at an airport.Britain India Ireland
private loungecloakroomEnglishnounA private lounge next to a legislative chamber.
private loungecloakroomEnglishnounA lavatory, now particularly a small secondary lavatory or a men's room.Britain Ireland euphemistic
probability of precipitationPOPEnglishnounAcronym of point of presence.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunicationsabbreviation acronym alt-of
probability of precipitationPOPEnglishnounAcronym of Point of Purchase.abbreviation acronym alt-of
probability of precipitationPOPEnglishnounAcronym of probability of precipitation.climatology meteorology natural-sciences weatherabbreviation acronym alt-of
probability of precipitationPOPEnglishnounAcronym of picture outside of picture.broadcasting media televisionabbreviation acronym alt-of
probability of precipitationPOPEnglishnounAcronym of persistent organic pollutant.abbreviation acronym alt-of
probability of precipitationPOPEnglishnameAcronym of Post Office Protocol.Internet abbreviation acronym alt-of
probability of precipitationPOPEnglishnameInitialism of Pacific Ocean Park.abbreviation alt-of historical initialism
probability of precipitationPOPEnglishadjAcronym of post office preferred. (denoting a standard envelope size)abbreviation acronym alt-of not-comparable
processперероблятиUkrainianverbto process (perform a particular process on a thing)transitive
processперероблятиUkrainianverbto reprocesstransitive
processперероблятиUkrainianverbto recycle (break down and reuse component materials)transitive
processперероблятиUkrainianverbto refashion, to remake, to reworktransitive
processперероблятиUkrainianverbto redesigntransitive
processперероблятиUkrainianverbto redo, to revise (do again in a different way)transitive
quality or state of being youngyouthEnglishnounThe quality or state of being young.uncountable
quality or state of being youngyouthEnglishnounThe part of life following childhood; the period of existence preceding maturity or age; the whole early part of life, from childhood, or, sometimes, from infancy, to adulthood.uncountable
quality or state of being youngyouthEnglishnounA young person.countable
quality or state of being youngyouthEnglishnounA young man; a male adolescent or young adult.countable
quality or state of being youngyouthEnglishnounYoung persons, collectively.uncountable used with a plural or singular verb
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo cause to move (suddenly), as by pushing or shoving; to give a (sudden) start to.transitive
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo divert to a less important place, position, or state.transitive
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo provide with a shunt.transitive
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo move data in memory to a physical disk.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo divert electric current by providing an alternative path.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicstransitive
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo move a train from one track to another, or to move carriages, etc. from one train to another.rail-transport railways transporttransitive
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo have a minor collision, especially in a motor car.road transportBritain informal transitive
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo divert the flow of a body fluid.medicine sciences surgerytransitive
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo turn aside or away; to divert.Britain dialectal obsolete transitive
railway switchshuntEnglishverbTo carry on arbitrage between the London stock exchange and provincial stock exchanges.business financeUK historical
railway switchshuntEnglishnounAn act of moving (suddenly), as due to a push or shove.
railway switchshuntEnglishnounA connection used as an alternative path between parts of an electrical circuit.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
railway switchshuntEnglishnounThe shifting of the studs on a projectile from the deep to the shallow sides of the grooves in its discharge from a shunt gun.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
railway switchshuntEnglishnounAn abnormal passage between body channels.biology medicine natural-sciences pathology sciences veterinary zoology
railway switchshuntEnglishnounA passage between body channels constructed surgically as a bypass; a tube inserted into the body to create such a passage.medicine sciences surgery
railway switchshuntEnglishnounA switch on a railway used to move a train from one track to another.rail-transport railways transport
railway switchshuntEnglishnounA minor collision between vehicles.road transportBritain informal
recruiterheadhunterEnglishnounA person who practises headhunting, the taking and preserving of a person's head after killing them.anthropology human-sciences sciences
recruiterheadhunterEnglishnounOne who recruits senior personnel for a company.
recruiterheadhunterEnglishnounA pitcher who throws at the batter's head.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
recruiterheadhunterEnglishnounA player who uses a hockey stick to attempt to strike an opponent's head.hobbies ice-hockey lifestyle skating sports
relating to a doctoratedoctoralEnglishadjRelating to a doctorate.not-comparable
relating to a doctoratedoctoralEnglishadjPertaining to a medical doctor or physician.not-comparable
relating to a/the galaxygalacticEnglishadjRelating to a galaxy.
relating to a/the galaxygalacticEnglishadjRelating to a galaxy. / Relating to the Milky Way galaxy.astronomy natural-sciencescapitalized sometimes specifically
relating to a/the galaxygalacticEnglishadjEnormous (in size or impact).figuratively
relating to a/the galaxygalacticEnglishadjOf or pertaining to milk, or the secretion of milk.medicine sciences
relating to or influenced by the Austrian psychiatrist Wilhelm ReichReichianEnglishadjRelating to or influenced by the Austrian psychiatrist Wilhelm Reich (1897-1957) and his therapeutic methods.human-sciences medicine psychoanalysis psychology sciencesnot-comparable
relating to or influenced by the Austrian psychiatrist Wilhelm ReichReichianEnglishadjOf or relating to Charles A. Reich (1928–2019), American academic whose 1970 book The Greening of America was a paean to the counterculture of the 1960s.not-comparable
relating to or influenced by the Austrian psychiatrist Wilhelm ReichReichianEnglishnounA follower of Reich or his methods.human-sciences medicine psychoanalysis psychology sciences
release from a yokeunyokeEnglishverbTo release something from a yoke or harness.transitive
release from a yokeunyokeEnglishverbTo disconnect, unlink.transitive
release from a yokeunyokeEnglishverbTo liberate, deliver from oppression.transitive
release from a yokeunyokeEnglishverbTo unyoke an animal.intransitive
release from a yokeunyokeEnglishverbTo cease from labour.intransitive
resembling a catcatlikeEnglishadjresembling a cat; feline
resembling a catcatlikeEnglishadjnimble, quick, graceful
resembling a catcatlikeEnglishadjslow, deliberate, quiet and stealthy
resistant to waterwaterproofEnglishadjResistant to the effects of water.
resistant to waterwaterproofEnglishadjMade of or covered with material that doesn't allow water in.
resistant to waterwaterproofEnglishadjIncapable of failing; unassailable.figuratively
resistant to waterwaterproofEnglishverbTo make waterproof or water-resistant.
resistant to waterwaterproofEnglishnounA substance or preparation for rendering cloth, leather, etc., impervious to water.
resistant to waterwaterproofEnglishnounCloth made waterproof, or any article made of such cloth, or of other waterproof material, as rubber; especially, an outer garment made of such material.
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounThe state or condition of having weight; weight; heaviness.countable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounThe state or condition of being grave; seriousness.countable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounThe lowness of a note.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounThe force at the Earth's surface, of the attraction by the Earth's masses, and the centrifugal pseudo-force caused by the Earth's rotation, resulting from gravitation.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounGravitation, the universal force exercised by two bodies onto each other.broadly countable uncountable
resultant force on Earth's surfacegravityEnglishnounSpecific gravity.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
samurai武士Chinesenounwarrior; fighter
samurai武士Chinesenounsoldier
samurai武士Chinesenounmember of a powerful military caste (in medieval Europe or Japan); samuraihistorical
samurai武士Chinesenounpalace guardhistorical
save, storesparaSwedishverbto save, to store for future use
save, storesparaSwedishverbto save; write to a disccomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
save, storesparaSwedishverbto save; prevent the waste of
seamariosLithuaniannounseaplural plural-only
seamariosLithuaniannounlagoonplural plural-only
seamariosLithuaniannouna mass offiguratively plural plural-only
second growth, figurativelyaftergrowthEnglishnounA second growth, seen in plants like crops or timber after harvesting.
second growth, figurativelyaftergrowthEnglishnounAny abstraction of the above.figuratively
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounA self-contained component of a system, often interchangeable, which has a well-defined interface to the other components.
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounA standard unit of measure used for determining the proportions of a building.architecture
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounA section of a program; a subroutine or group of subroutines.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounA unit of education covering a single topic.
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounA pre-prepared adventure scenario with related materials for a role-playing game.
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounAn abelian group equipped with the operation of multiplication by an element of a ring (or another of certain algebraic objects), representing a generalisation of the concept of vector space with scalar multiplication.algebra mathematics sciences
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounA fractal element.mathematics sciences
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounA file containing a music sequence that can be played in a tracker (called also mod or music module).entertainment lifestyle music
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounA contrivance for regulating the supply of water from an irrigation channel.engineering hydraulics natural-sciences physical-sciences
section of a programmoduleEnglishnounAn independent self-contained unit of a spacecraft.aerospace astronautics business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
see-άραςGreeksuffixadded to masculine names (proper nouns, especially ending in -ος, -ας) as augmentative: / added to masculine names (proper nouns, especially ending in -ος, -ας) as augmentativemorpheme proper-noun
see-άραςGreeksuffixalso occurs in family namesmorpheme proper-noun
see-άραςGreeksuffixGenitive singular form of -άρα (-ára).form-of genitive morpheme noun singular
seeανθηρόςGreekadjblooming, flowering, flowery
seeανθηρόςGreekadjblooming, flourishingfiguratively
seeμεταρρυθμίστριαGreeknounreformer, reformist
seeμεταρρυθμίστριαGreeknounfollower of the Reformationlifestyle religion
seize and carry awayravishEnglishverbTo seize and carry away by violence; to snatch by force.archaic obsolete
seize and carry awayravishEnglishverbTo transport with joy or delight; to delight to ecstasy.transitive
seize and carry awayravishEnglishverbTo rape.archaic transitive
seize and carry awayravishEnglishverbTo have vigorous sexual intercourse with.slang
sense 1reproductionEnglishnounThe act of reproducing new individuals biologically.countable uncountable
sense 1reproductionEnglishnounThe act of making copies.countable uncountable
sense 1reproductionEnglishnounA copy of something, as in a piece of art; a duplicate.countable uncountable
sense 1reproductionEnglishnounA method for reproducing a bug or problem.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
sense of shame面皮Chinesenouncheek; sense of shamedialectal
sense of shame面皮Chinesenouncountenance; complexion; lookliterary
set theory, of a relation on a settransitiveEnglishadjMaking a transit or passage.not-comparable
set theory, of a relation on a settransitiveEnglishadjAffected by transference of signification.not-comparable
set theory, of a relation on a settransitiveEnglishadjTaking a direct object or objects.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable of a verb
set theory, of a relation on a settransitiveEnglishadjHaving the property that if an element a is related to b and b is related to c, then a is necessarily related to c.mathematics sciences set-theorynot-comparable of a relation on a set
set theory, of a relation on a settransitiveEnglishadjSuch that, for any two elements of the acted-upon set, some group element maps the first to the second.algebra mathematics sciencesnot-comparable of a group action
set theory, of a relation on a settransitiveEnglishadjSuch that, for any two vertices there exists an automorphism which maps one to the other.graph-theory mathematics sciencesnot-comparable of a graph
set theory, of a relation on a settransitiveEnglishadjOf a set of dice: not having the intransitive property.mathematics probability sciencesnot-comparable
set theory, of a relation on a settransitiveEnglishnounA transitive verb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouseadulteryEnglishnounSexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouse. See more synonyms at Thesaurus:cuckoldrybiblical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouseadulteryEnglishnounLewdness or unchastity of thought as well as act, as forbidden by the sixth/seventh commandment; sinful sexual behavior as a category.biblical lifestyle religionbroadly countable uncountable
sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouseadulteryEnglishnounFaithlessness in religion.biblical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouseadulteryEnglishnounThe fine and penalty formerly imposed for the offence of adultery.countable obsolete uncountable
sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouseadulteryEnglishnounThe intrusion of a person into a bishopric during the life of the bishop.ecclesiastical lifestyle religioncountable uncountable
sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouseadulteryEnglishnounAdulteration; corruption.countable uncountable
sexual intercourse by a married person with someone other than their spouseadulteryEnglishnounInjury; degradation; ruin.countable obsolete uncountable
sheepkindIcelandicnounrace, kind, kinfeminine obsolete
sheepkindIcelandicnouna sheep (especially a ewe)feminine
sheepkindIcelandicnounused as a term of disparagement for a girl (or woman)dated feminine
showing gracegracefulEnglishadjHaving or showing grace in movement, shape, or proportion.
showing gracegracefulEnglishadjMagnanimous, lacking arrogance or complaint; gracious.
showing gracegracefulEnglishadjGradual and non-disruptive.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounExcess of material, useless by-products, or damaged, unsaleable products; garbage; rubbish.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounExcrement or urine.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounA wasteland; an uninhabited desolate region; a wilderness or desert.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounA place that has been laid waste or destroyed.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounA large tract of uncultivated land.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounThe part of the land of a manor (of whatever size) not used for cultivation or grazing, nowadays treated as common land.countable historical uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounA vast expanse of water.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounA disused mine or part of one.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounThe action or progress of wasting; extravagant consumption or ineffectual use.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounLarge abundance of something, specifically without it being used.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounGradual loss or decay.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounA decaying of the body by disease; atrophy; wasting away.countable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounDestruction or devastation caused by war or natural disasters; see "to lay waste".countable rare uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounA cause of action which may be brought by the owner of a future interest in property against the current owner of that property to prevent the current owner from degrading the value or character of the property, either intentionally or through neglect.lawcountable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishnounMaterial derived by mechanical and chemical erosion from the land, carried by streams to the sea.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
slang: to killwasteEnglishadjUseless and contemptible.derogatory slang
slang: to killwasteEnglishadjUncultivated, uninhabited.archaic
slang: to killwasteEnglishadjBarren; desert; empty.
slang: to killwasteEnglishadjRejected as being defective; eliminated as being worthless; produced in excess.
slang: to killwasteEnglishadjSuperfluous; needless.
slang: to killwasteEnglishadjDismal; gloomy; cheerless.
slang: to killwasteEnglishadjUnfortunate; disappointing.
slang: to killwasteEnglishverbTo devastate; to destroy.transitive
slang: to killwasteEnglishverbTo squander (money or resources) uselessly; to spend (time) idly.transitive
slang: to killwasteEnglishverbTo kill; to murder.slang transitive
slang: to killwasteEnglishverbTo wear away by degrees; to impair gradually; to deteriorate; to diminish by constant loss; to use up; to consume; to spend; to wear out.transitive
slang: to killwasteEnglishverbTo gradually lose weight, weaken, become frail.intransitive
slang: to killwasteEnglishverbTo be diminished; to lose bulk, substance, strength, value etc. gradually.intransitive
slang: to killwasteEnglishverbTo damage, impair, or injure (an estate, etc.) voluntarily, or by allowing the buildings, fences, etc., to fall into decay.law
smaller body orbiting a larger oneלויןHebrewnounsatellite (smaller body orbiting a larger one)
smaller body orbiting a larger oneלויןHebrewnounsatellite (man-made apparatus designed to be placed in orbit around a celestial body)
smaller body orbiting a larger oneלויןHebrewnounsatellite (country, state, office, building etc. under the control of another body)
smaller body orbiting a larger oneלויןHebrewnounsatellite (technology based on satellite communication)colloquial
someone whose performance exhibits conscientiousnessclass actEnglishnounAn excellent performance.
someone whose performance exhibits conscientiousnessclass actEnglishnounSomeone or something whose performance is excellent.
someone whose performance exhibits conscientiousnessclass actEnglishnounSomeone or something who is generally well-mannered, conscientious, etc.
something abominableabominationEnglishnounAn abominable act; a disgusting vice; a despicable habit.countable
something abominableabominationEnglishnounThe feeling of extreme disgust and hatreduncountable
something abominableabominationEnglishnounA state that excites detestation or abhorrence; pollution.obsolete uncountable
something abominableabominationEnglishnounThat which is abominable, shamefully vile; an object that excites disgust and hatred (often with religious undertones).countable
something damagingillEnglishadjEvil; wicked (of people).obsolete
something damagingillEnglishadjMorally reprehensible (of behaviour etc.); blameworthy.archaic
something damagingillEnglishadjIndicative of unkind or malevolent intentions; harsh, cruel.
something damagingillEnglishadjUnpropitious, unkind, faulty, not up to reasonable standard.
something damagingillEnglishadjUnwell in terms of health or physical condition; sick.
something damagingillEnglishadjHaving an urge to vomit.
something damagingillEnglishadjSublime, with the connotation of being so in a singularly creative way.dancing hip-hop hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
something damagingillEnglishadjExtremely bad (bad enough to make one ill). Generally used indirectly with to be.slang
something damagingillEnglishadjUnwise; not a good idea.dated
something damagingillEnglishadjBad-tempered.Appalachia
something damagingillEnglishadvNot well; imperfectly, badly
something damagingillEnglishnounTrouble; distress; misfortune; adversity.countable uncountable
something damagingillEnglishnounHarm or injury.countable uncountable
something damagingillEnglishnounEvil; moral wrongfulness.countable uncountable
something damagingillEnglishnounA physical ailment; an illness.countable uncountable
something damagingillEnglishnounPCP, phencyclidine.US slang uncountable
something damagingillEnglishverbTo behave aggressively.intransitive slang
steakstéigIrishnounslice (of meat, flesh); stripfeminine
steakstéigIrishnounsteakfeminine
steakstéigIrishnoungut, intestineanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
supervisorbossEnglishnounA person who oversees and directs the work of others; a supervisor.
supervisorbossEnglishnounA person in charge of a business or company.
supervisorbossEnglishnounA leader, the head of an organized group or team.
supervisorbossEnglishnounThe head of a political party in a given region or district.
supervisorbossEnglishnounA term of address to a man.India Multicultural-London-English Philippines especially informal
supervisorbossEnglishnounAn enemy, often at the end of a level, that is particularly challenging and must be beaten in order to progress.video-games
supervisorbossEnglishnounWife.humorous
supervisorbossEnglishverbTo exercise authoritative control over; to tell (someone) what to do, often repeatedly.transitive
supervisorbossEnglishadjOf excellent quality, first-rate.Canada US not-comparable slang
supervisorbossEnglishnounA swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object. / A lump-like mass of rock, especially one projecting through a stratum of different rock.geography geology natural-sciences
supervisorbossEnglishnounA swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object. / A convex protuberance in hammered work, especially the rounded projection in the centre of a shield.
supervisorbossEnglishnounA swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object. / A protrusion, frequently a cylinder of material that extends beyond a hole.engineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciences
supervisorbossEnglishnounA swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object. / A knob or projection, usually at the intersection of ribs in a vault.architecture
supervisorbossEnglishnounA swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object.
supervisorbossEnglishnounA target block, made of foam but historically made of hay bales, to which a target face is attached.archery government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
supervisorbossEnglishnounA wooden vessel for the mortar used in tiling or masonry, hung by a hook from the laths, or from the rounds of a ladder.
supervisorbossEnglishnounA head or reservoir of water.
supervisorbossEnglishverbTo decorate with bosses; to emboss.transitive
supervisorbossEnglishnounA hassock or small seat, especially made from a bundle of straw.obsolete
surnameKantEnglishnameA surname from German.
surnameKantEnglishnameImmanuel Kant, a German philosopher.
surnameKantEnglishnameA city in Kyrgyzstan
sympathizeσυμπάσχωGreekverbto suffer together, feel the same pain as someone else
sympathizeσυμπάσχωGreekverbto sympathize
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounThe substance constituting Earth's atmosphere / understood as one of the four elements of the ancient Greeks and Romans.alchemy climatology human-sciences meteorology natural-sciences philosophy pseudoscience sciencescountable historical uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounThe substance constituting Earth's atmosphere / understood as a particular local substance with supposed effects on human health.climatology medicine meteorology natural-sciences sciencescountable historical uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounThe substance constituting Earth's atmosphere / understood as a gaseous mixture of nitrogen, oxygen, and various trace gases.climatology meteorology natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounThe substance constituting Earth's atmosphereclimatology meteorology natural-sciencesuncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounThe apparently open space above the ground which this substance fills, (historical) formerly thought to be limited by the firmament but (meteorology) now considered to be surrounded by the near vacuum of outer space.countable uncountable usually with the
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounA breeze; a gentle wind.countable uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounA feeling or sense.countable uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounA sense of poise, graciousness, or quality.countable uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounPretension; snobbishness; pretence that one is better than others.countable plural-normally uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounA song, especially a solo; an aria.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounNothing; absence of anything.countable informal uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounAn air conditioner or the processed air it produces.countable uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounAny specific gas.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable obsolete uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounA jump in which one becomes airborne.hobbies lifestyle skateboarding snowboarding sportscountable uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounA television or radio signal; (by extension) media broadcasts in general.countable uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishnounPublicity.uncountable
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishverbTo bring (something) into contact with the air, so as to freshen or dry it.transitive
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishverbTo let fresh air into (a room or a building), to ventilate.transitive
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishverbTo give voice to, to make public (an opinion etc.).transitive
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishverbTo discuss varying viewpoints on a given topic.
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishverbTo broadcast (a television show etc.).transitive
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishverbTo be broadcast.intransitive
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishverbTo ignore (a person).Britain Multicultural-London-English slang transitive
television or radio: media broadcastsairEnglishverbPronunciation spelling of are.alt-of pronunciation-spelling
the act of cleaning or tidyingcleanupEnglishnounThe act of cleaning or tidying something; the act of finishing something off.countable uncountable
the act of cleaning or tidyingcleanupEnglishnounFourth in the batting order; a cleanup hitter.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
the act of cleaning or tidyingcleanupEnglishverbMisspelling of clean up.alt-of misspelling
the act of interposing, or the state of being interposedinterpositionEnglishnounThe act of interposing, or the state of being interposed; a being, placing, or coming between; mediation.countable uncountable
the act of interposing, or the state of being interposedinterpositionEnglishnounThe thing interposed.countable uncountable
the act of slapping with the penisdickslapEnglishnounAn objectionable person.rare slang vulgar
the act of slapping with the penisdickslapEnglishnounThe act of slapping someone with one's penis, particularly in the face.slang vulgar
the act of slapping with the penisdickslapEnglishverbTo slap someone with one's penis, particularly in the face.slang transitive vulgar
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounThe act of putting together; assembly.countable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounA mixture or compound; the result of composing.countable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounThe proportion of different parts to make a whole.countable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounThe general makeup of a thing or person.countable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounAn agreement or treaty used to settle differences; later especially, an agreement to stop hostilities; a truce.countable obsolete uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounA payment of money in order to clear a liability or obligation; a settling or fine.countable obsolete uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounA payment of money in order to clear a liability or obligation; a settling or fine. / A payment of fine in order to settle a (usually minor) criminal charge.lawSingapore countable obsolete uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounan agreement or compromise by which a creditor or group of creditors accepts partial payment from a debtor.lawcountable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounAn essay.countable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounThe formation of compound words from separate words.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounA work of music, literature or art.countable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounTypesetting.media printing publishingcountable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounApplying a function to the result of another.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounThe compounding of two velocities or forces into a single equivalent velocity or force.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounConsistency; accord; congruity.countable obsolete uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounSynthesis as opposed to analysis.countable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounThe arrangement and flow of elements in a picture.arts hobbies lifestyle photographycountable uncountable
the general makeup of a thing or personcompositionEnglishnounWay to combine simple objects or data types into more complex ones.countable uncountable
the newspaperペーパーJapanesenounPaper (especially Western paper).
the newspaperペーパーJapanesenouna newspaper.
the newspaperペーパーJapanesenouna paper; an essay.
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounThe worth of something; value.obsolete
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounThe proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and another.
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounSpeed.
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounThe relative speed of change or progress.
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounThe price of (an individual) thing; cost.
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounA set price or charge for all examples of a given case, commodity, service etc.
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounA wage calculated in relation to a unit of time.
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounAny of various taxes, especially those levied by a local authority.
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounA class into which ships were assigned based on condition, size etc.; by extension, rank.nautical transport
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounEstablished portion or measure; fixed allowance; ration.obsolete
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounOrder; arrangement.obsolete
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounRatification; approval.obsolete
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishnounThe gain or loss of a timepiece in a unit of time.hobbies horology lifestyle
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo assign or be assigned a particular rank or level.transitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo evaluate or estimate the value of.transitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo consider or regard.transitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo deserve; to be worth.transitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo determine the limits of safe functioning for a machine or electrical device.transitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo evaluate a property's value for the purposes of local taxation.Britain transitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo like; to think highly of.informal transitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo have position (in a certain class).intransitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo have value or standing.intransitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo ratify.transitive
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo ascertain the exact rate of the gain or loss of (a chronometer) as compared with true time.
the proportional relationship between one amount, value etc. and anotherrateEnglishverbTo berate, scold.transitive
the state of being dilapidateddilapidationEnglishnounThe state of being dilapidated, reduced to decay, partially ruined.countable uncountable
the state of being dilapidateddilapidationEnglishnounThe act of dilapidating, damaging a building or structure through neglect or intentionally.lawcountable uncountable
the state of being dilapidateddilapidationEnglishnounEcclesiastical waste: impairing of church property by an incumbent, through neglect or intentionally.lawBritain countable uncountable
the state of being dilapidateddilapidationEnglishnounMoney paid at the end of an incumbency by the incumbent or his heirs for the purpose of putting the parsonage etc. in good repair for the succeeding incumbent.countable in-plural uncountable
theme or motif主題Japanesenounsubject, theme, main topic
theme or motif主題Japanesenounmusical motif
thoughtсагышTuvannounmemory, remembrance
thoughtсагышTuvannounthought
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounThe total number of goals, points, runs, etc. earned by a participant in a game.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounThe number of points accrued by each of the participants in a game, expressed as a ratio or a series of numbers.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounThe performance of an individual or group on an examination or test, expressed by a number, letter, or other symbol; a grade.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounTwenty, 20.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounAn amount of money won in gambling; winnings.gambling games
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounA distance of twenty yards, in ancient archery and gunnery.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounA weight of twenty pounds.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounThe written form of a musical composition showing all instrumental and vocal parts.entertainment lifestyle music
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounThe music of a movie or play.entertainment lifestyle music
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounSubject.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounAccount; reason; motive; sake; behalf.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounA notch or incision; especially, one that is made as a tally mark; hence, a mark, or line, made for the purpose of account.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounAn account or reckoning; account of dues; bill; debt.
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnouna criminal act, especially: / A robbery.US slang
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnouna criminal act, especially: / A bribe paid to a police officer.US slang
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnouna criminal act, especially: / An illegal sale, especially of drugs.US slang
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnouna criminal act, especially: / A prostitute's client.US slang
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounA sexual conquest.slang vulgar
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishnounIn the Lowestoft area, a narrow pathway running down a cliff to the beach.UK regional
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishverbTo cut a notch or a groove in a surface.transitive
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishverbTo record the tally of points for a game, a match, or an examination.intransitive
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishverbTo obtain something desired. / To earn points in a game.intransitive transitive
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishverbTo obtain something desired. / To achieve (a score) in e.g. a test.intransitive transitive
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishverbTo obtain something desired. / To win money by gambling.gambling gamesintransitive transitive
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishverbTo obtain something desired. / To acquire or gain.intransitive slang transitive
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishverbTo obtain something desired. / To extract a bribe.US intransitive of a police officer slang transitive
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishverbTo obtain something desired. / To obtain a sexual favor.intransitive slang transitive vulgar
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishverbTo provide (a film, etc.) with a musical score.transitive
to acquire or gainscoreEnglishintjAcknowledgement of successUS slang
to add a hyperlink to a documenthyperlinkEnglishnounSome text or a graphic in an electronic document that can be activated to display another document or trigger an action.dated
to add a hyperlink to a documenthyperlinkEnglishnounThe URL or other address that defines a hyperlink's target or function.broadly dated
to add a hyperlink to a documenthyperlinkEnglishverbTo point to another document by a hyperlink.of a hypertext document
to add a hyperlink to a documenthyperlinkEnglishverbTo add a hyperlink to a document.
to add a hyperlink to a documenthyperlinkEnglishverbTo use a hyperlink to jump to a document.
to attack (someone or something) with abusive language — see also revile, vilifyvituperateEnglishverbTo criticize (someone or something) in an abusive or harsh manner.formal transitive
to attack (someone or something) with abusive language — see also revile, vilifyvituperateEnglishverbTo attack (someone or something) with abusive language; to revile, to vilify.formal transitive
to attack (someone or something) with abusive language — see also revile, vilifyvituperateEnglishverbTo use abusive or harsh words.formal intransitive
to attack (someone or something) with abusive language — see also revile, vilifyvituperateEnglishadjOf, characterized by, or relating to abusive or harsh criticism.formal
to attack (someone or something) with abusive language — see also revile, vilifyvituperateEnglishadjWhich has been abusively or harshly criticized; also, deserving harsh criticism.formal rare
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbTo disturb the relative position of the particles of (a liquid or similar) by passing an object through it.transitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbTo disturb the content of (a container) by passing an object through it.transitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbTo incite to action.transitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbTo bring into debate; to agitate.transitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbTo disturb, to disrupt.obsolete transitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbTo change the place of in any manner; to move.dated transitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbTo begin to move, especially gently, from a still or unmoving position.intransitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbOf a feeling or emotion: to rise, begin to be felt.intransitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbTo be in motion; to be active or bustling; to exert or busy oneself.intransitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishverbTo rise from sleep or unconsciousness.intransitive
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishnounThe act or result of stirring (moving around the particles of a liquid etc.)countable uncountable
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishnounagitation; tumult; bustle; noise or various movements.countable uncountable
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishnounPublic disturbance or commotion; tumultuous disorder; seditious uproar.countable uncountable
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishnounAgitation of thoughts; conflicting passions.countable uncountable
to be active or bustlingstirEnglishnounJail; prison.countable slang uncountable
to be calledjmenovatCzechverbto appoint (to designate a person to hold an office)imperfective perfective transitive
to be calledjmenovatCzechverbto be called, to have as a nameimperfective perfective reflexive with se
to be calledjmenovatCzechverbto name, mention somebodyimperfective perfective transitive
to be in處在Chineseverbto be in (some situation, condition, etc.)
to be in處在Chineseverbto be located in; to be situated at
to be sick ofChinesecharacterto be sick of; to be tired of; to be fed up with
to be sick ofChinesecharacterto mind; to dislike; to be dissatisfied ofCantonese transitive
to be sick ofChinesecharacterhatred; enmity; resentment; grudgein-compounds literary
to be sick ofChinesecharacterto doubt; to suspectin-compounds literary
to be sick ofChinesecharactersuspicion (the state of being suspected)in-compounds literary
to be sick ofChinesecharacterto be similar to; to be about the same as; to approximatein-compounds literary
to be sick ofChinesecharacterto guess; to surmise; to conjecturein-compounds literary
to bear seeds結子Chineseverbto bear fruit
to bear seeds結子Chineseverbto bear seeds (of a plant)
to bear seeds結子Chinesenounknot (on a rope or string)
to bear seeds結子Chinesenounstutterer; stammererMandarin dialectal
to become looserelaxEnglishverbTo calm down.transitive
to become looserelaxEnglishverbTo make something loose.transitive
to become looserelaxEnglishverbTo become loose.intransitive
to become looserelaxEnglishverbTo make something less severe or tense.transitive
to become looserelaxEnglishverbTo become less severe or tense.intransitive
to become looserelaxEnglishverbTo make something (such as codes and regulations) more lenient.transitive
to become looserelaxEnglishverbTo become more lenient.intransitive of codes and regulations
to become looserelaxEnglishverbTo relieve (something) from stress.transitive
to become looserelaxEnglishverbTo relieve from constipation; to loosen; to open.dated transitive
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishnounA slender wax candle.
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishnounA small light.broadly
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishnounA tapering form; gradual diminution of thickness and/or cross section in an elongated object.
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishnounA thin stick used for lighting candles, either a wax-coated wick or a slow-burning wooden rod.
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishnounA cone-shaped item for stretching the hole for an ear gauge (piercing).
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishverbTo make thinner or narrower at one end.transitive
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishverbTo become thinner or narrower at one end.intransitive
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishverbTo diminish gradually.intransitive
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishverb(of a central bank) To tighten monetary policy.intransitive
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishadjTapered; narrowing to a point.
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishnounOne who operates a tape machine.business manufacturing textiles weaving
to become thinner or narrower at one endtaperEnglishnounSomeone who works with tape or tapes.
to celebraterezarPortugueseverbto pray (to talk to a god)lifestyle religionintransitive
to celebraterezarPortugueseverbto pray (to recite a given prayer)lifestyle religiontransitive
to celebraterezarPortugueseverbto celebrate (to perform mass); the object is almost always missa (“mass”)Christianitytransitive
to change which tire is on each corner of the car, so that they wear evenlyrotateEnglishverbTo spin, turn, or revolve.intransitive
to change which tire is on each corner of the car, so that they wear evenlyrotateEnglishverbTo advance through a sequence; to take turns.intransitive
to change which tire is on each corner of the car, so that they wear evenlyrotateEnglishverbTo lift the nose during takeoff, just prior to liftoff.intransitive of aircraft
to change which tire is on each corner of the car, so that they wear evenlyrotateEnglishverbTo spin, turn, or revolve something.transitive
to change which tire is on each corner of the car, so that they wear evenlyrotateEnglishverbTo advance something through a sequence; to allocate or deploy in turns.transitive
to change which tire is on each corner of the car, so that they wear evenlyrotateEnglishverbTo replace older materials or to place older materials in front of newer ones so that older ones get used first.transitive
to change which tire is on each corner of the car, so that they wear evenlyrotateEnglishverbTo grow or plant (crops) in a certain order.transitive
to change which tire is on each corner of the car, so that they wear evenlyrotateEnglishadjHaving the parts spreading out like a wheel; wheel-shaped.not-comparable
to collect the bones起骨Chineseverbto debone; to take bones outCantonese Hakka Meixian Teochew
to collect the bones起骨Chineseverbto collect the bones of a dead body after it has been buried for some timeMandarin Xuzhou
to convert energytransduceEnglishverbTo convert energy from one form to anothertransitive
to convert energytransduceEnglishverbTo transfer or copy genetic material from one cell or virus into another.biology natural-sciencestransitive
to convert energytransduceEnglishverbTo transfer or convert information from one form or medium to another.informationtransitive
to crush or pound — see also crush, poundbrayEnglishverbOf an animal (now chiefly of animals related to the ass or donkey, and the camel): to make its cry.intransitive
to crush or pound — see also crush, poundbrayEnglishverbTo make a harsh, discordant sound like a donkey's bray.broadly intransitive
to crush or pound — see also crush, poundbrayEnglishverbTo make or utter (a shout, sound, etc.) discordantly, loudly, or in a harsh and grating manner.transitive
to crush or pound — see also crush, poundbrayEnglishnounThe cry of an animal, now chiefly that of animals related to the ass or donkey, or the camel.
to crush or pound — see also crush, poundbrayEnglishnounAny discordant, grating, or harsh sound.broadly
to crush or pound — see also crush, poundbrayEnglishverbTo crush or pound, especially using a pestle and mortar.archaic transitive
to crush or pound — see also crush, poundbrayEnglishverbTo hit (someone or something).Britain Yorkshire broadly transitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo communicate with one's voice, to say words out loud.intransitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo have a conversation.intransitive reciprocal
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo communicate or converse by some means other than orally, such as writing or facial expressions.broadly
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo deliver a message to a group; to deliver a speech.intransitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo be able to communicate in a language.stative transitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo be able to communicate in a language. / To be able to communicate in the manner of specialists in a field.broadly stative transitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo utter.transitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo communicate (some fact or feeling); to bespeak, to indicate.transitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo understand (as though it were a language).humorous informal sometimes transitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo produce a sound; to sound.intransitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbOf a bird, to be able to vocally reproduce words or phrases from a human language.
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishverbTo address; to accost; to speak to.archaic transitive
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishnounlanguage, jargon, or terminology used uniquely in a particular environment or group.uncountable
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishnounSpeech, conversation.countable
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishnounShort for speaker point.abbreviation alt-of countable informal
to deliver a speechspeakEnglishnouna low class bar, a speakeasy.dated
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo divide into portions and dispense.transitive
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo supply to retail outlets.transitive
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo deliver or pass out.transitive
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo scatter or spread.transitive
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo apportion (more or less evenly).transitive
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo classify or separate into categories.transitive
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo be distributive.mathematics sciencesintransitive
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo separate (type which has been used) and return it to the proper boxes in the cases.media printing publishing
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo spread (ink) evenly, as upon a roller or a table.media printing publishing
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo employ (a term) in its whole extent; to take as universal in one premise.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
to deliver or pass outdistributeEnglishverbTo have employees working remotely from multiple locations.business
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo stretch out, open out (a material etc.) so that it more fully covers a given area of space.transitive
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo extend (individual rays, limbs etc.); to stretch out in varying or opposing directions.transitive
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo disperse, to scatter or distribute over a given area.transitive
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo proliferate; to become more widely present, to be disseminated.intransitive
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo disseminate; to cause to proliferate, to make (something) widely known or present.transitive
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo take up a larger area or space; to expand, be extended.intransitive
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo smear, to distribute in a thin layer.transitive
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo cover (something) with a thin layer of some substance, as of butter.transitive
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo prepare; to set and furnish with provisions.
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo open one’s legs, especially for sexual favours.intransitive slang
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounThe act of spreading.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounSomething that has been spread.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounA layout, pattern or design of cards arranged for a reading.cartomancy human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounAn expanse of land.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounA large tract of land used to raise livestock; a cattle ranch.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounA piece of material used as a cover (such as a bedspread).countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounA large meal, especially one laid out on a table.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounAny form of food designed to be spread, such as butters or jams.countable uncountable usually
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounA set of multiple torpedoes launched on side-by-side, slowly-diverging paths toward one or more enemy ships.government military politics warcountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounFood improvised by inmates from various ingredients to relieve the tedium of prison food.slang uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounAn item in a newspaper or magazine that occupies more than one column or page.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounTwo facing pages in a book, newspaper etc.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounA numerical difference.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounA measure of how far the data tend to deviate from the average.mathematics sciences statisticscountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounThe difference between the wholesale and retail prices.business economics science sciencescountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounThe difference between the price of a futures month and the price of another month of the same commodity.business economics finance science sciences tradingcountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounThe purchase of a futures contract of one delivery month against the sale of another futures delivery month of the same commodity.business finance tradingcountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounThe purchase of one delivery month of one commodity against the sale of that same delivery month of a different commodity.business finance tradingcountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounAn arbitrage transaction of the same commodity in two markets, executed to take advantage of a profit from price discrepancies.business finance tradingcountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounThe difference between bidding and asking price.business finance tradingcountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounThe difference between the prices of two similar items.business financecountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounAn unlimited expanse of discontinuous points.geometry mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounThe surface in proportion to the depth of a cut gemstone.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounExcessive width of the trails of ink written on overly absorbent paper.countable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounThe difference between the teams' final scores at the end of a sport match.gambling gamescountable uncountable
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishverbTo speedread; to recite one's arguments at an extremely fast pace.intransitive transitive
to disperse, scatterspreadEnglishnounAn act or instance of spreading (speedreading).
to distribute looselyscatterEnglishverbTo (cause to) separate and go in different directions; to disperse.ergative
to distribute looselyscatterEnglishverbTo distribute loosely as by sprinkling.transitive
to distribute looselyscatterEnglishverbTo deflect (radiation or particles).natural-sciences physical-sciences physicstransitive
to distribute looselyscatterEnglishverbTo occur or fall at widely spaced intervals.intransitive
to distribute looselyscatterEnglishverbTo frustrate, disappoint, and overthrow.transitive
to distribute looselyscatterEnglishverbTo be dispersed upon.transitive
to distribute looselyscatterEnglishverbOf a pitcher: to keep down the number of hits or walks.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
to distribute looselyscatterEnglishnounThe act of scattering or dispersing.countable uncountable
to distribute looselyscatterEnglishnounA collection of dispersed objects.countable uncountable
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishnounA dull, fairly quick explosive or percussive sound, as if made by a labouring engine.
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishnounA large gulp of drink.
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishnounA homemade Cuban boat, built to carry emigrants to the USA, and often abandoned upon arrival.
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishnounA person of Native American descent.derogatory ethnic slur
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishverbTo make dull explosive sounds.intransitive
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishverbTo move or travel whilst making such sounds.intransitive
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishverbTo move or travel at a steady, although not especially fast, pace.broadly intransitive
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishverbTo drink a large amount (especially of beer) in a single action/without breathing; to chugalug. Usually chanted at the person who is drinking.colloquial transitive
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishnounA dog that is a cross between a pug and a chihuahua.
to drink a large amount in a single actionchugEnglishverbTo solicit charitable donations on the street, particularly in a persistent manner.UK derogatory slang transitive
to enclose as if in a capsuleencapsulateEnglishverbTo enclose something in, or as if in, a capsule.transitive
to enclose as if in a capsuleencapsulateEnglishverbTo epitomize something by expressing it as a brief summary.transitive
to enclose as if in a capsuleencapsulateEnglishverbTo enclose objects in a common interface in a way that makes them interchangeable, and guards their states from invalid changes.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences software
to enclose as if in a capsuleencapsulateEnglishverbTo enclose data in packets that can be transmitted using a given protocol.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishnounA small bag usually closed with a drawstring.
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishnounAn organic pocket in which a marsupial carries its young.biology natural-sciences zoology
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishnounAny pocket or bag-shaped object, such as a cheek pouch.
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishnounA protuberant belly; a paunch.dated derogatory slang
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishnounA cyst or sac containing fluid.
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishnounA silicle, or short pod, as of the shepherd's purse.biology botany natural-sciences
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishnounA bulkhead in the hold of a vessel, to prevent grain etc. from shifting.
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishverbTo enclose within a pouch.transitive
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishverbTo transport within a pouch, especially a diplomatic pouch.transitive
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishverbTo swallow.of fowls and fish
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishverbTo pout.obsolete rare
to enclose in a pouchpouchEnglishverbTo pocket; to put up with.obsolete
to enclose, lock up inside somethingclose inEnglishverbTo enclose, lock up inside something.transitive
to enclose, lock up inside somethingclose inEnglishverbTo come nearer to someone being pursued.intransitive
to end somethingcall timeEnglishverbTo announce the closing of a pub for the day.UK
to end somethingcall timeEnglishverbTo end something.UK
to end somethingcall timeEnglishverbTo call a timeout.hobbies lifestyle sports
to end somethingcall timeEnglishverbTo indicate that an activity, especially the taking of a test, is complete.educationUS
to end somethingcall timeEnglishnounThe expected time of arrival for participants in a performance event, e.g., a play or concert.
to end the employment or service ofdismissEnglishverbTo discharge; to end the employment or service of.transitive
to end the employment or service ofdismissEnglishverbTo order to leave.transitive
to end the employment or service ofdismissEnglishverbTo dispel; to rid one’s mind of.transitive
to end the employment or service ofdismissEnglishverbTo reject; to refuse to accept.transitive
to end the employment or service ofdismissEnglishverbTo invalidate; to treat as unworthy of serious consideration.transitive
to end the employment or service ofdismissEnglishverbTo send or put away, to discard with disregard, contempt or disdain. (sometimes followed by as).transitive
to end the employment or service ofdismissEnglishverbTo get a batsman out.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
to end the employment or service ofdismissEnglishverbTo give someone a red card; to send off.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sportstransitive
to escort safelysafeguardEnglishnounSomething that serves as a guard or protection; a defense.
to escort safelysafeguardEnglishnounOne who, or that which, defends or protects; defence; protection.
to escort safelysafeguardEnglishnounA safe-conduct or passport, especially in time of war.
to escort safelysafeguardEnglishnounThe monitor lizard.obsolete
to escort safelysafeguardEnglishverbTo protect, to keep safe.
to escort safelysafeguardEnglishverbTo implement safeguarding.Ireland UK broadly
to escort safelysafeguardEnglishverbTo escort safely.
to express regretapologizeEnglishverbTo make an apology or excuse; to acknowledge some fault or offense, with expression of regret for it, by way of amendsfollowed by “for” intransitive often
to express regretapologizeEnglishverbTo express regret that a certain event has occurred.intransitive
to express regretapologizeEnglishverbTo make an apologia or defense; to act as apologist.dated intransitive
to find a solutiondecipherEnglishverbTo decode or decrypt a code or cipher to plain text.transitive
to find a solutiondecipherEnglishverbTo read text that is almost illegible or obscuretransitive
to find a solutiondecipherEnglishverbTo make sense of a complex situation.transitive
to find a solutiondecipherEnglishverbTo find a solution to a problem.transitive
to find a solutiondecipherEnglishnounA decipherment; a decoding.
to fooltrickEnglishnounSomething designed to fool or swindle.
to fooltrickEnglishnounA single element of a magician's (or any variety entertainer's) act; a magic trick.
to fooltrickEnglishnounAn entertaining difficult physical action.
to fooltrickEnglishnounAn effective, clever or quick way of doing something.
to fooltrickEnglishnounMischievous or annoying behavior; a prank.
to fooltrickEnglishnounA particular habit or manner; a peculiarity; a trait.dated
to fooltrickEnglishnounA knot, braid, or plait of hair.
to fooltrickEnglishnounA sequence in which each player plays a card and a winning play is determined.card-games games
to fooltrickEnglishnounA sex act, chiefly one performed for payment; an act of prostitution.slang
to fooltrickEnglishnounA customer or client of a prostitute.slang
to fooltrickEnglishnounA term of abuse.slang vulgar
to fooltrickEnglishnounA daily period of work, especially in shift-based jobs.Pennsylvania Western
to fooltrickEnglishnounA sailor's spell of work at the helm, usually two hours long.nautical transport
to fooltrickEnglishnounA toy; a trifle; a plaything.obsolete
to fooltrickEnglishnounA representation of arms that is drawn as an outline with labels to indicate colors.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
to fooltrickEnglishverbTo fool; to cause to believe something untrue; to deceive.transitive
to fooltrickEnglishverbTo draw (as contrasted with to blazon, which is to describe in words).government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
to fooltrickEnglishverbTo dress; to decorate; to adorn fantastically; often followed by up, off, or out.
to fooltrickEnglishverbTo engage in prostitution or casual sex.
to fooltrickEnglishadjInvolving trickery or deception.
to fooltrickEnglishadjAble to perform tricks.
to fooltrickEnglishadjDefective or unreliable.
to fooltrickEnglishadjStylish or cool.US slang
to formatalustaaFinnishverbto lecture, to give a presentation, particularly with the purpose of serving as basis for discussion
to formatalustaaFinnishverbto initialize (to format a storage medium, to prepare any hardware for use)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
to formatalustaaFinnishverbto format (prepare a mass storage medium for initial use)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
to formatalustaaFinnishverbto initialize (to set an initial value)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
to formatalustaaFinnishverbto knead (dough)
to get up起身Chineseverbto get up
to get up起身Chineseverbto get out of bed
to get up起身Chineseverbto set out (on a journey); to leave for; to set off; to depart; to leave (for a place)
to get up起身Chineseverbto pass away; to dieZhangzhou-Hokkien euphemistic
to give an official marking tostampEnglishnounAn act of stamping the foot, paw or hoof.
to give an official marking tostampEnglishnounAn indentation, imprint, or mark made by stamping.
to give an official marking tostampEnglishnounA device for stamping designs.
to give an official marking tostampEnglishnounA small piece of paper, with a design and a face value, used to prepay postage or other dues such as tax or licence fees.
to give an official marking tostampEnglishnounA small piece of paper bearing a design on one side and adhesive on the other, used to decorate letters or craft work.
to give an official marking tostampEnglishnounA tattoo.figuratively slang
to give an official marking tostampEnglishnounA single dose of lysergic acid diethylamide.slang
to give an official marking tostampEnglishnounA kind of heavy pestle, raised by water or steam power, for crushing ores.
to give an official marking tostampEnglishnounCast; form; character; distinguishing mark or sign; evidence.
to give an official marking tostampEnglishverbTo step quickly and heavily, once or repeatedly.intransitive
to give an official marking tostampEnglishverbTo move (the foot or feet) quickly and heavily, once or repeatedly.transitive
to give an official marking tostampEnglishverbTo strike, beat, or press forcibly with the bottom of the foot, or by thrusting the foot downward.transitive
to give an official marking tostampEnglishverbTo mark by pressing quickly and heavily.transitive
to give an official marking tostampEnglishverbTo give an official marking to, generally by impressing or imprinting a design or symbol.transitive
to give an official marking tostampEnglishverbTo apply postage stamps to.transitive
to give an official marking tostampEnglishverbTo mark; to impress.figuratively transitive
to give origin to, causeoriginateEnglishverbTo cause (someone or something) to be; to bring (someone or something) into existence; to produce or initiate a person or thing.transitive
to give origin to, causeoriginateEnglishverbTo come into existence; to have origin or beginning; to spring, be derived (from, with).intransitive
to graspenxergarPortugueseverbto see (to perceive with the eyes); to regardtransitive
to graspenxergarPortugueseverbto make out; to discerntransitive
to graspenxergarPortugueseverbto be able to see; not to be blindintransitive
to graspenxergarPortugueseverbto graspfiguratively
to hold in one's feces激屎Chineseverbto hold in one's fecesMin-Nan
to hold in one's feces激屎Chineseverbto put on airs; to give oneself airsXiamen Zhangzhou-Hokkien
to lustхъопсэнAdygheverbto envytransitive
to lustхъопсэнAdygheverbto lusttransitive
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishadjBeing the same as another; identical, often having been copied from an original.not-comparable
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishadjIn which the hands of cards, tiles, etc. are preserved between rounds to be played again by other players.gamesnot-comparable
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishverbTo make a copy of.transitive
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishverbTo do repeatedly; to do again.transitive
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishverbTo produce something equal to.transitive
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishnounOne that resembles or corresponds to another; an identical copy.countable uncountable
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishnounAn original instrument repeated; a document which is the same as another in all essential particulars, and differing from a mere copy in having all the validity of an originallawcountable uncountable
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishnounA pawnbroker's ticket, which must be shown when redeeming a pledged item.countable uncountable
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishnounThe game of duplicate bridge.uncountable
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishnounThe game of duplicate Scrabble.uncountable
to make a copy ofduplicateEnglishnounA biological specimen that was gathered alongside another specimen and represents the same species.biology botany natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
to make a lasting impressionetchEnglishverbTo cut into a surface with an acid or other corrosive substance in order to make a pattern. Best known as a technique for creating printing plates, but also used for decoration on metal, and, in modern industry, to make circuit boards.
to make a lasting impressionetchEnglishverbTo engrave a surface.
to make a lasting impressionetchEnglishverbTo make a lasting impression.figuratively
to make a lasting impressionetchEnglishverbTo sketch; to delineate.
to make a lasting impressionetchEnglishnounObsolete form of eddish.alt-of obsolete
to make a rapid bubbling soundfizzEnglishnounAn emission of a rapid stream of bubbles.countable uncountable
to make a rapid bubbling soundfizzEnglishnounThe sound of such an emission.countable uncountable
to make a rapid bubbling soundfizzEnglishnounA carbonated beverage, especially champagne.countable uncountable
to make a rapid bubbling soundfizzEnglishverbTo emit bubbles.intransitive
to make a rapid bubbling soundfizzEnglishverbTo make a rapid hissing or bubbling sound.intransitive
to make a rapid bubbling soundfizzEnglishverbTo shoot or project something at great velocity.intransitive
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishadjProceeding without deviation or interruption.
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishadjStraight; not crooked, oblique, or circuitous; leading by the short or shortest way to a point or end.
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishadjStraightforward; sincere.
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishadjImmediate; express; plain; unambiguous.
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishadjIn the line of descent; not collateral.
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishadjIn the direction of the general planetary motion, or from west to east; in the order of the signs; not retrograde; said of the motion of a celestial body.astronomy natural-sciences
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishadjPertaining to, or effected immediately by, action of the people through their votes instead of through one or more representatives or delegates.political-science social-sciences
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishadjHaving a single flight number.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering lifestyle natural-sciences physical-sciences tourism transport travel
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishadvDirectly.
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishverbTo manage, control, steer.
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishverbTo aim (something) at (something else).
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishverbTo point out to or show (somebody) the right course or way; to guide, as by pointing out the way.
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishverbTo point out to with authority; to instruct as a superior; to order.
to manage, control, steerdirectEnglishverbTo address (a letter) to a particular person or place.dated
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounThe act of receiving, or the fact of having been received.countable uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounThe fact of having received a blow, injury etc.countable obsolete uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounA quantity or amount received; takings.countable in-plural uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounA written acknowledgment that a specified article or sum of money has been received.countable uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnoun(A piece of) evidence, documentation, etc. to prove one's past actions, accomplishments, etc.countable plural-normally uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnoun(A piece of) evidence (e.g. documentation or screen captures) of past wrongdoing.Internet broadly countable plural-normally uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounA recipe, instructions, prescription.archaic countable in New England and rural US since end of 20th century uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounA receptacle.countable obsolete uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounA revenue office.countable obsolete uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounReception, as an act of hospitality.countable obsolete uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounCapability of receiving; capacity.countable obsolete uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishnounA recess; a retired place.countable obsolete uncountable
to mark a billreceiptEnglishverbTo give or write a receipt (for something).
to mark a billreceiptEnglishverbTo put a receipt on, as by writing or stamping; to mark a bill as having been paid.
to not confine oneself to不拘Chineseverbto not confine oneself to; to set no limit to; to not stick toliterary
to not confine oneself to不拘Chineseverbto not take for oneself
to not confine oneself to不拘Chineseconjno matter (what, how, etc.); regardless of; whether
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishnounA weapon of war, consisting of a long shaft or handle and a steel blade or head; a spear carried by horsemen.
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishnounA wooden spear, sometimes hollow, used in jousting or tilting, designed to shatter on impact with the opposing knight’s armour.
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishnounA spear or harpoon used by whalers and fishermen.fishing hobbies lifestyle
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishnounA soldier armed with a lance; a lancer.government military politics war
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishnounAn instrument which conveys the charge of a piece of ordnance and forces it home.government military politics war
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishnounA small iron rod which suspends the core of the mold in casting a shell.engineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciences
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishnounOne of the small paper cases filled with combustible composition, which mark the outlines of a figure.
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishnounA lancet.medicine sciences
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishverbTo pierce with a lance, or with any similar weapon.
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishverbTo open with a lancet; to pierce.
to pierce with a lancelanceEnglishverbTo throw in the manner of a lance; to lanch.
to remove one's clothingundressEnglishverbTo remove one's clothing.reflexive
to remove one's clothingundressEnglishverbTo remove one’s clothing.intransitive
to remove one's clothingundressEnglishverbTo remove the clothing of (someone).transitive
to remove one's clothingundressEnglishverbTo strip of something.figuratively transitive
to remove one's clothingundressEnglishverbTo take the dressing, or covering, from.
to remove one's clothingundressEnglishnounPartial or informal dress for women, as worn in the home rather than in public.countable uncountable
to remove one's clothingundressEnglishnounInformal clothing for men, as opposed to formal or ceremonial wear.countable uncountable
to remove one's clothingundressEnglishnounNow more specifically, a state of having few or no clothes on.countable uncountable
to remove wrinkles fromunwrinkleEnglishverbTo remove wrinkles from.transitive
to remove wrinkles fromunwrinkleEnglishverbTo stop being wrinkly; to become flat or smooth.intransitive
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