Sensetext disambiguation evaluation against manual reference

This page shows the results from evaluating Sensetext disambiguations against reference data that was annotated manually. Only words that had at least two alternatives in the disambiguation are included (for the others the result should be unambiguous). Thus, the correct percentage in the resulting data is much higher than this due to the many unambigious cases.

Latest Sensetext evaluation

In the current data set, 6490/7170 cases (90.52%) were disambiguated correctly for all senses.

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SensetextWordLanguageManualDataGloss
(intransitive) to intrigue, manipulate, plot, schememaneuverEnglishnyA specific medical or surgical movement, often eponymous, done with the doctor's hands or surgical instruments.
(intransitive) to intrigue, manipulate, plot, schememaneuverEnglishnyA controlled (especially skilful) movement taken while steering a vehicle.
(sentence adverb) In truth, to tell the truthfranklyEnglishynIn truth, to tell the truth.
- to cease anger or hostilitycome roundEnglishynTo return to a former condition. / To cease anger or hostility.
A small house; a cot; a hutcottageEnglishynA small house.
Acanthus spinosusbear's breechEnglishynAny of two common species of acanthus, Acanthus mollis and, less frequently, Acanthus spinosus.
An ancient metreGayatriEnglishynan ancient metre of twenty-four syllables (variously arranged, but generally as a triplet of eight syllables each), any hymn composed in the गायत्री metre RV. x, 14 ; 16 & 130, 4 VS. AV. etc.
CautiousguardedEnglishynCautious; restrained.
Diphyllobothrium latumtapewormEnglishynA broad fish tapeworm, Diphyllobothrium latum.
Form I: حَاطَ‎ (ḥāṭa, “to guard, to protect”); Active participleح و طArabicenRelated to guarding, protecting, taking care.
Form I: حَاطَ‎ (ḥāṭa, “to guard, to protect”); Active participleح و طArabicenRelated to surrounding, encircling.
Form I: حَاطَ‎ (ḥāṭa, “to guard, to protect”); Active participleح و طArabicenRelated to knowing thoroughly.
Form I: عَنَبَ‎ (ʿanaba, “to drink wine”); Active participleع ن بArabicenlively shoot
Form I: عَنَبَ‎ (ʿanaba, “to drink wine”); Active participleع ن بArabicenrelated to berry-shapes
Form I: فَقَرَ‎ (faqara)ف ق رArabicenRelated to digging
Form I: فَقَرَ‎ (faqara)ف ق رArabicenRelated to vertebrae
Form I: فَقَرَ‎ (faqara)ف ق رArabicenRelated to impoverishment
Form II: رَخَّصَ‎ (raḵḵaṣa, “to allow”)ر خ صArabicenrelated to softness, suppleness
Form II: رَخَّصَ‎ (raḵḵaṣa, “to allow”)ر خ صArabicenrelated to cheapness
Form II: عَشَّرَ‎ (ʿaššara); Active participleع ش رArabicenten
Form II: عَشَّرَ‎ (ʿaššara); Active participleع ش رArabicenfamiliarity, association
Form IV: أسلم‎ (ʔaslam, “to convert to Islam”); Active Participleس ل مSouth Levantine ArabicenRelated to submission and surrender
Form IV: أسلم‎ (ʔaslam, “to convert to Islam”); Active Participleس ل مSouth Levantine ArabicenRelated to peace, safety and wellbeing
Form IV: أسلم‎ (ʔaslam, “to convert to Islam”); Active Participleس ل مSouth Levantine Arabicenسلام‎ (salām, “peace”)
Form IV: أسلم‎ (ʔaslam, “to convert to Islam”); Active Participleس ل مSouth Levantine Arabicenسلامة‎ (salāme, “safety, wellbeing”)
Form IV: أسلم‎ (ʔaslam, “to convert to Islam”); Active Participleس ل مSouth Levantine Arabicenسليم‎ (salīm, “healthy”)
Form IV: أَغْرَضَ‎ (ʾaḡraḍa)غ ر ضArabicenrelated to longing
Form IV: أَغْرَضَ‎ (ʾaḡraḍa)غ ر ضArabicenrelated to freshness
Form VIII: اِخْتَارَ‎ (iḵtāra); Verbal nounخ ي رArabicenforms words related to goodness
Form VIII: اِخْتَارَ‎ (iḵtāra); Verbal nounخ ي رArabicenforms words related to choice or selection
Form VIII: اِخْتَارَ‎ (iḵtāra); Verbal nounخ ي رArabicenخَيْر‎ (ḵayr)
Form VIII: اِخْتَارَ‎ (iḵtāra); Verbal nounخ ي رArabicenخَيِّر‎ (ḵayyir)
Form VIII: اِخْتَارَ‎ (iḵtāra); Verbal nounخ ي رArabicenأَخْيَر‎ (ʾaḵyar)
Form VIII: اِخْتَارَ‎ (iḵtāra); Verbal nounخ ي رArabicenخِيرَة‎ (ḵīra), خِيَرَة‎ (ḵiyara)
Form VIII: اِخْتَارَ‎ (iḵtāra); Verbal nounخ ي رArabicenخِيَارِيّ‎ (ḵiyāriyy)
Form VIII: اِخْتَارَ‎ (iḵtāra); Verbal nounخ ي رArabicenاِخْتِيَارِيّ‎ (iḵtiyāriyy)
Fremontodendron californicumslippery elmEnglishynA malvaceous shrub (Fremontia californica, now Fremontodendron californicum); so called on the Pacific coast.
Korea한국JejuynKorea
MetricareaEnglishenA measure of the extent of a surface; it is measured in square units.
MetricareaEnglishenA particular geographic region.
MetricareaEnglishenAny particular extent of surface, especially an empty or unused extent.
MetricareaEnglishenThe extent, scope, or range of an object or concept.
MetricareaEnglisheyAn open space, below ground level, giving access to the basement of a house, and typically separated from the pavement by railings.
MetricareaEnglishenPenalty box; penalty area.
MetricareaEnglishenGenitals.
NOTEтеретьRussianento rub
NOTEтеретьRussianento polish
NOTEтеретьRussianento rub sore, to chafe, to abrade
NOTEтеретьRussianento grate, to grind
NoteწერსGeorgianento write
NoteწერსGeorgianenNonstandard spelling of სწერს (sc̣ers).
Of a higher rankelevatedEnglishynOf a higher rank or status.
Old Spanish: tortatortusLatinentwisted, crooked
Old Spanish: tortatortusLatinenspun, whirled
Old Spanish: tortatortusLatinenbent, distorted
Old Spanish: tortatortusLatinentormented, tortured
Old Spanish: tortatortusLatinena twist, a winding
Old Spanish: tortatortusLatinenwreath
Older formδιαλελυμένοGreekenAccusative singular masculine form of διαλελυμένος (dialelyménos).
Older formδιαλελυμένοGreekenNominative, accusative and vocative singular neuter form of διαλελυμένος (dialelyménos).
Older formφυτικόGreekenAccusative singular masculine form of φυτικός (fytikós).
Older formφυτικόGreekenNominative, accusative and vocative singular neuter form of φυτικός (fytikós).
One of the Sirens from Greek mythologyParthenopeEnglishynOne of the sirens, daughter of the god Achelous and the Muse Terpsichore.
Panthera leolionEnglishynA big cat, Panthera leo, native to Africa, India and formerly much of Europe.
Peg solitairesolitaireEnglishynA game for one person, played on a board with pegs or balls, in which the object is, beginning with all the places filled except one, to remove all but one of the pieces by "jumping", as in draughts.
Relating to India or IndianIndo-EnglishynIndia.
Scorpis violaceamaomaoEnglishnyA number of different fish of the Pacific Ocean / Abudefduf abdominalis ( green damselfish)
Scorpis violaceamaomaoEnglishnyA number of different fish of the Pacific Ocean / Scorpis aequipinnis ( sea sweep)
Something to or by which an object can be securely fastenedholdfastEnglishynSomething to or by which an object can be securely fastened.
To meet with violence or shockhurtleEnglishynTo meet with violence or shock; to clash; to jostle.
To sleep, especially briefly; to napsnoozeEnglishynTo sleep, especially briefly; to nap, doze.
TranslationsdiegeticEnglishenOf or relating to diegesis.
TranslationsdiegeticEnglishenOccurring as part of the action (rather than as background), and able to be heard by the film's characters.
Translationskick over the tracesEnglishenTo rebel against authority; to defy orders or instructions.
Translationskick over the tracesEnglishenTo live overextravagantly; to come to grief by fast living.
TranslationsokaEnglishenA former Turkish, Egyptian, Hungarian, and Romanian unit of weight, usually of a little more than a kilogram.
TranslationsokaEnglishenA unit of volume in Egypt (and formerly Turkey) corresponding to about 1.2 litres.
Translationsorphan drugEnglisheyA medicinal drug which is effective in the treatment of some disease(s), but which is not manufactured or marketed because the demand is insufficient to cover the costs of supply.
Translationsorphan drugEnglisheyA drug as defined under the Orphan Drug Act (1983).
TranslationsotherworldEnglishenA world beyond death; an afterlife.
TranslationsotherworldEnglishenA world other than the everyday world.
TranslationsotherworldEnglishenMythical abode of otherworldy beings.
TranslationstalcoseEnglishenOf or relating to talc.
TranslationstalcoseEnglishenConsisting largely of the mineral talc.
Trier-SaarburgBeurenEnglishnyA surname​.
US: a salad dressingFrench dressingEnglishynA salad dressing that is a uniform viscous sauce with a tangy sweet flavor. It is generally made from vegetable oil, vinegar, ketchup (or tomato puree), water, paprika, other spices, and sweeteners.
Variations of letter UÜTranslingualenThe letter U with a diaeresis above itself.
Variations of letter UÜTranslingualenThe letter U with an umlaut above itself.
WW2; ThePacific WarEnglisheyThe Pacific theatre of WWII / World War 2 / Second World War.
WW2; ThePacific WarEnglishenSynonym of War of the Pacific (Chile-Peru War)
a group of nymphsHesperidesEnglishynA group of nymphs who tend a blissful garden in a far western corner of the world, located in Libya or the Atlas mountains in North Africa at the edge of the encircling Oceanus; they are said to be the daughters of Hesperus.
a pin fitting into holes, partly in one piece and partly in the other to keep them in their positiondowelEnglishynA pin, or block, of wood or metal, fitting into holes in the abutting portions of two pieces, and being partly in one piece and partly in the other, to keep them in their proper relative position.
a post, jobtoimiFinnishynpost, job, position
a witnessdeponentEnglishynA witness; especially one who gives information under oath, in a deposition concerning facts known to him or her.
a-formvidyMalagasyento buy (to obtain for money)
a-formvidyMalagasyenprice
a-formvidyMalagasyenvalue
abhorabhorreoLatinenI abhor, shudder at, recoil or shrink back from.
abhorabhorreoLatinenI am averse or disinclined to.
abhorabhorreoLatinenI am free from.
abhorabhorreoLatinenI am inconsistent or do not agree with, vary or differ from.
ability to share the feelings of another; empathysympathyEnglishynA feeling of pity or sorrow for the suffering or distress of another. / The ability to share the feelings of another.
abnormal plant or animalsportEnglishynA plant or an animal, or part of a plant or animal, which has some peculiarity not usually seen in the species; an abnormal variety or growth. The term encompasses both mutants and organisms with non-genetic developmental abnormalities such as birth defects.
accounting: value not realizeddeferredEnglishynWhose value is not realized until a future date: e.g. annuities, charges, taxes, and income, either as an asset or liability.
activity described by a set of rules, especially for the purpose of entertainmentgameEnglishynA playful or competitive activity. / An activity described by a set of rules, especially for the purpose of entertainment, often competitive or having an explicit goal.
acutezugespitztGermanynacute, pointed, sharpened, intensified
add something harmful tolaceEnglishnyA light fabric containing patterns of holes, usually built up from a single thread. ᵂᵖ
admiration for a person or entity because of perceived meritrespectEnglishynan attitude of consideration or high regard
admit as a member of a companyincorporateEnglishynTo admit as a member of a company
adult: physically fully developedgrown-upEnglishynAdult, physically mature.
afternoon liturgical servicenonesEnglishynThe divine office appointed to the hour.
aircraftgliderEnglishynAny heavier-than-air aircraft optimised for unpowered flight; a sailplane.
alien, strangeforeignEnglishynAlien; strange.
an act of kindnessmitzvahEnglishnyAny of the 613 commandments of Jewish law
an argument that seems plausible, but is fallacious or misleadingsophistryEnglishnyCunning, sometimes manifested as trickery.
an argument that seems plausible, but is fallacious or misleadingsophistryEnglishnyThe art of using deceptive speech or writing.
an attendant to a Scottish ministerbeadleEnglishynan attendant to the minister
an enclosure protected by a wall of wooden postsstockadeEnglishynan enclosure protected by a wall of wooden posts
anatomy: small sac or cystvesicleEnglishynA small sac or cyst or vacuole, especially one containing fluid. A blister formed in or beneath the skin, containing serum. A bleb.
ancientvenerableEnglishynAncient, antiquated or archaic.
ancient kingdom and countryArmeniaEnglishynAncient kingdom in the Armenian Highland southeast of Black Sea and southwest of Caspian Sea; area now divided between Turkey, Republic of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Iran.
ancient kingdom and countryArmeniaEnglishynA country in the South Caucasus, Eurasia. Official name: Republic of Armenia
and seeαγριάδαGreekenwildness, ferocity, fierceness
and seeαγριάδαGreekenagricultural weed
and seeαγριάδαGreekencouch grass, twitch, quitch
and seeβοηθάωGreekenhelp, aid
and seeβοηθάωGreekencontribute to/towards
and seeδόσηGreekendose, instalment, tranche
and seeδόσηGreekendose (of medication)
and seeδόσηGreekendose (of radiation)
and seeμαυρισμένοςGreekenblacked, blackened
and seeμαυρισμένοςGreekensuntanned
and seeμαυρισμένοςGreekenvoted against (with a black ballot)
animal of CephalochordatalanceletEnglishynof subphylum Cephalochordata
any collection of animals gathered or travelling in a companyherdEnglishynAny collection of animals gathered or travelling in a company.
any medicine or other agent that relieves painanodyneEnglishynany medicine or other agent that relieves pain
apples are good for youan apple a day keeps the doctor awayEnglishynApples are healthy and stave off illnesses.
approximately大約摸Chineseynapproximately; about; or so; or thereabouts
ashereonEnglishenOn this place.
ashereonEnglishenTo this place.
ashereonEnglishenOn this subject or basis.
ashereonEnglishenHereupon.
asteroidNimoyEnglishnyA surname​.
atheretoEnglishento here, to this
atheretoEnglishenyet, so far
atheretoEnglishenregarding this subject
at leastminimálněCzechynat least
at the same time but elsewheremeanwhileEnglishynAt the same time, but elsewhere.
awarenessștiințăRomanianynawareness, acquaintance
away, gonewegGermanynaway
batter, hitδέρνωGreekynbatter, hit (to fall on something with might and power)
bedleitoPortugueseynany bed
betweenwhereaboutEnglisheyAbout which; concerning which.
betweenwhereaboutEnglishenAbout where.
biology: weakening in the virulenceattenuationEnglishynA weakening in the virulence of a pathogen or other microorganism.
bird in genus Delichonhouse martinEnglishynA migratory passerine bird of the swallow family, genus Delichon
bird in genus Delichonhouse martinEnglishynThe common house martin (Delichon urbicum).
bird of the dove and pigeon family ColumbidaepigeonEnglishynOne of several birds of the family Columbidae, which consists of more than 300 species.
blunder that damages one's own prospectsown goalEnglishnyA goal that results from a player putting the ball or puck into the goal of his or her own team; the resulting goal being scored for the opposition.
book本子Chineseynbook
bundle of neurons with supporting tissuesnerveEnglishynA bundle of neurons with their connective tissue sheaths, blood vessels and lymphatics.
by all means儘管Chineseynby all means; just
byedagDutchnyhello, short for goedendag (“good day”) 'goodday; goodbye'
byedagDutchyngoodbye, same shortening
cannonLombardEnglishnyA Lombard house.
cannonLombardEnglishynA kind of Spanish cannon of the 16th century.
capital of JamaicaKingstonEnglishynThe capital and largest city of Jamaica; it is also the capital of its eponymous parish.
carriagecotxeCatalanyncarriage. To avoid ambiguities, use cotxe de cavalls.
certain rabbits in genuscottontailEnglishynA rabbit of any of various species in genus Sylvilagus.
chess: when the king is directly threatened by an enemy piececheckEnglishynA situation in which the king is directly threatened by an opposing piece.
churcheaglastaIrishynchurch (attributive)
citySouthamptonEnglishynA city and unitary authority in Hampshire, in southern England
civilizationMayaEnglishynA member or descendant of various peoples: / various Mesoamerican peoples that continued in competing civilizations from the 10th century onward until conquered by Spain
close male friend of the parentsuncleEnglishynAn affectionate term for a man of an older generation than oneself, especially a friend of one's parents, by means of fictive kin.
coconut heartcoconut heartEnglishynSweetish pith of a coconut palm obtained from / the inner of its stem
colourtealEnglishnyAny of various small freshwater ducks of the genus Anas that are brightly coloured and have short necks.
colourtealEnglishnyHaving a bluish-green colour
combinatorial formfishEnglishynA cold-blooded vertebrate animal that lives in water, moving with the help of fins and breathing with gills.
comely; shapely; well-formeddecentEnglishnyFair; good enough; okay.
compare withακριβόςGreekeyexpensive, dear, precious (costing a lot of money)
compare withακριβόςGreekendear, precious (emotionally endearing)
complete replacement of all teeth in a mouthdentureEnglishyna complete replacement of all teeth in a mouth
completely clear and understoodcrystal clearEnglishynCompletely clear and understood.
computing: to stop respondinghangEnglishynTo stop responding to manual input devices such as keyboard and mouse.
computing: to stop respondinghangEnglishnyTo cause (a program or computer) to stop responding.
constellationCygnusEnglishynA summer constellation of the northern sky, said to resemble a swan. It includes the triple star system HD 188753 and the stars Deneb and Albireo.
contraction of a vowel at the end of a word with the start of the next wordcrasisEnglishnyA mixture or combination.
cooking oilmantikaCebuanoyncooking oil, fat, lard
country in Eastern AfricaEritreaEnglishenA country in northeastern Africa, on the Red Sea, having Asmara as its capital; modern State of Eritrea (since the 1990s); formerly — / A province of or in union with Ethiopia.
country in Eastern AfricaEritreaEnglishenA country in northeastern Africa, on the Red Sea, having Asmara as its capital; modern State of Eritrea (since the 1990s); formerly — / A colony of Italy.
currency in Middle EastrialEnglishynThe official currencies of Iran, Oman, and Yemen.
dancejiveEnglishynTo dance.
departureabitusLatinynA going away; departure.
deponent formbubulcitoLatinenI am a ploughman or herdsman; I keep, feed, tend or drive oxen.
deponent formbubulcitoLatinenI cry or bawl like an ox-driver.
deponent formdemereoLatinenI merit, deserve, earn.
deponent formdemereoLatinenI oblige, deserve well of.
descend into liquid, etcsinkEnglishynTo move or be moved into something. / To descend or submerge (or to cause to do so) into a liquid or similar substance.
dessertjunketEnglishynA type of cream cheese, originally made in a rush basket; later, a food made of sweetened curds or rennet.
dessertjunketEnglishnyA feast or banquet.
diverse types or examplesdiversityEnglishynA variety; diverse types or examples.
divineaetheriusLatinynOf or pertaining to heaven; celestial, heavenly; sent by heaven; divine.
drink made from leaves of tea plantteaEnglishynThe drink made by infusing these dried leaves or buds in hot water.
drum typetomEnglishynClipping of tom-tom.
dung, excrementordureEnglishynDung, excrement.
each particular taken singly; an item; a detail; an individualseveralEnglishynEach particular taken singly; an item; a detail; an individual.
earlylordMiddle Englishenlord (important man)
earlylordMiddle EnglishenLord (title of God)
earlyschamelMiddle EnglisheyA footstool; a rest for one's feet.
earlyschamelMiddle EnglisheyA vendor's stool or table.
edible rootradishEnglishnyA plant of the Brassicaceae family, Raphanus sativus or Raphanus raphanistrum subsp. sativus, having an edible root.
edible rootradishEnglishynThe root of this plant used as food. Some varieties are pungent and usually eaten raw in salads, etc., while others have a milder taste and are cooked.
electrical actuatorリレーJapaneseyna relay (electrical actuator)
ensmooth talkEnglishenTo speak glibly and persuasively; to persuade with smooth talk.
ensmooth talkEnglishenGlib flattery and persuasion.
enmoda (“in fashion”)modoIdoenmode (a passing usage which depends upon taste, caprice)
enmoda (“in fashion”)modoIdoeyfashion, style
enmoda (“in fashion”)modoIdoenmood (indicative, imperative, etc.)
enmoda (“in fashion”)modoIdoenmode
enmoda (“in fashion”)modoIdoenmodus
exactly as stated; read or understood without additional interpretationliteralEnglishynExactly as stated; read or understood without additional interpretation; according to the letter or verbal expression; real; not figurative or metaphorical.
experience of long-term exhaustionburnoutEnglishynThe experience of long-term exhaustion and diminished interest, especially in one's career.
faecesσκατόGreekynshit, shite, crap (faeces)
fairly and undoubtedlyfair and squareEnglishynTotally fairly and undoubtedly.
female given nameHyacinthEnglishynA female given name from English. One of the less common flower names used since the 19th century.
female given nameKimEnglishynA female given name transferred from the surname, of 1940s and later usage.
field marshallfeldmarescialloItalianynfield marshal
flourishing火爆Chineseynflourishing; prosperous
fluid mechanics: a pocket of vapour inside a fluid flow, created by cavitationvoidEnglishynA pocket of vapour inside a fluid flow, created by cavitation.
fluid moving in continuous successionflowingEnglisheypresent participle of flow
fluid moving in continuous successionflowingEnglishenThe action of the verb to flow
fluid moving in continuous successionflowingEnglishenTending to flow.
fluid moving in continuous successionflowingEnglisheyMoving, proceeding or shaped smoothly, gracefully, or continuously.
fly of Lutzomyia or PhlebotomussandflyEnglishynAny of various small flies of the genera Lutzomyia and Phlebotomus whose females suck the blood of vertebrates and thus spread leishmaniasis.
for animalsတြုံMonenmale; man;
for animalsတြုံMonenhusband
for plantsidegesHungarianennervous, worried
for plantsidegesHungarianenannoyed, tense
formal contract of employmentservice agreementEnglishynA formal contract of employment, particularly where the employee has high status, like a company director.
formal statementresoluutioFinnishynresolution (formal statement)
free of ambiguity or doubtclearEnglishynFree of ambiguity or doubt.
fromthereofEnglisheyOf this, that or it.
fromthereofEnglisheyFrom that circumstance or origin; therefrom, thence.
fromtheretoforeEnglishenUntil that time.
fromtheretoforeEnglishenBefore that.
genera Calocybe and RugosomycesčirůvkaCzechnyLepista^(WP WSp Commons) (genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae)
genera Calocybe and RugosomycesčirůvkaCzechnyPorpoloma^(WP WSp Commons) (genus of fungi in the family Tricholomataceae)
geometric shapetrianglCzechyntriangle (geometric shape)
geometry: a bisectorbisectEnglishynA bisector, which divides into two equal parts.
getting marriednaiminenFinnishynGetting married.
grieved悲摧Chineseyngrieved; miserable
grouping of three digits in a number, especially when delimitedcipherEnglishynA grouping of three digits in a number, especially when delimited by commas or periods
growth and arrangement of leavesfoliationEnglishynThe process of forming into a leaf or leaves.
görünmək (“to look, to appear”)görməkAzerbaijaniento see
görünmək (“to look, to appear”)görməkAzerbaijaniento undertake, endeavour, perform (mostly with iş and tədbir)
handgunpistolEnglishynA handgun, typically with a chamber integrated in the barrel, a semi-automatic action and a box magazine.
hard, difficult, demanding to handlecumbersomeEnglishynHard, difficult, demanding to handle or get around with.
have tomötenLow Germanynto have to, must
having tendency to steal; given to thieverylight-fingeredEnglishynHaving nimble fingers literally or figuratively; especially for stealing or picking pockets (pickpocketing), given to thievery or shoplifting.
heavy shoe that covers part of the legbootEnglishynA heavy shoe that covers part of the leg.
height of a fore-and-aft sail, next the mast or stayhoistEnglishynThe height of a fore-and-aft sail, next the mast or stay.
high, in pitchنازکPersianynhigh (in pitch)
highly offensive; disgustingrankEnglishynStrong to the senses; offensive; noisome.
highly offensive; disgustingrankEnglishynGross, disgusting.
horse faeceshorseshitEnglishynHorse faeces.
humbly; meekly; modestlylowlyEnglishynIn a low manner; humbly; meekly; modestly.
husband's elder sister姑奶Chineseynsister-in-law (husband's elder sister)
idiomatic, with to-infinitivefeel freeEnglishynTo feel able without giving offense.
import is obviousres ipsa loquiturEnglishynThe import of a thing or situation is obvious.
in a shamefull mannershamefullyEnglishynIn a shameful manner.
in addition tobesidesEnglishynIn addition, in addition to.
in any wayeverEnglishnyAt any time.
in any wayeverEnglishynIn any way.
in liturgical textsחו״קHebrewnyabbreviation of חֻפָּה וְקִדּוּשִׁין‎: a complete Jewish religious marriage ceremony.
in musicalueFinnishynregister (range of a voice or instrument)
in some contextssexEnglishenA category into which sexually-reproducing organisms are divided on the basis of their reproductive roles in their species.
in some contextssexEnglishenAnother category, especially of humans and especially based on sexuality or gender roles.
in some contextssexEnglishenThe members of such a category, taken collectively.
in some contextssexEnglishenThe distinction and relation between these categories, especially in humans; gender.
in some contextssexEnglishenWomen; the human female sex and those who belong to it.
in some contextssexEnglishenSexual activity, usually sexual intercourse unless preceded by a modifier.
in some contextssexEnglishenGenitalia: a penis or vagina.
in some contextssexEnglishenTo determine the sex of (an animal).
in some contextssexEnglishenTo have sex with.
in some contextssexEnglishenTo have sex.
in some contextssexEnglishenAlternative form of sect.
in the meantimeawhileEnglishnyFor some time; for a short time.
inconvenient厄介Japaneseyninconvenient
insect牛牛Chineseyninsect; worm
insulation materiallaggingEnglishynThe material so used.
intelligent person, director, planner, administratorbrainsEnglishynThe intelligent person or people in a group: the director, planner, administrator, &c.
interconnecting systemnetEnglishynA system that interconnects a number of users, locations etc. allowing transport or communication between them.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenA percussive instrument made of metal or other hard material, typically but not always in the shape of an inverted cup with a flared rim, which resonates when struck.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenThe sounding of a bell as a signal.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenA telephone call.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenA signal at a school that tells the students when a class is starting or ending.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenThe flared end of a brass or woodwind instrument.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenAny of a series of strokes on a bell (or similar), struck every half hour to indicate the time (within a four hour watch)
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenThe flared end of a pipe, designed to mate with a narrow spigot.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglisheyThe bell character.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenAnything shaped like a bell, such as the cup or corolla of a flower.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenThe part of the capital of a column included between the abacus and neck molding; also used for the naked core of nearly cylindrical shape, assumed to exist within the leafage of a capital.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenAn instrument situated on a bicycle's handlebar, used by the cyclist to warn of his or her presence.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenA bubble.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenTo attach a bell to.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenTo shape so that it flares out like a bell.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenTo telephone.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenTo develop bells or corollas; to take the form of a bell; to blossom.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenTo bellow or roar.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenTo utter in a loud manner; to thunder forth.
internally suspended tool for strikingbellEnglishenThe bellow or bay of certain animals, such as a hound on the hunt or a stag in rut.
intimate貼身Chineseynintimate; close
ithyAfrikaansynthird-person singular subject pronoun / it (referring to a non-personal noun)
judgejudeRomanianynjudge
kill with poisonous gasgasEnglishynTo attack or kill with poison gas.
kind of snackleblebiEnglishynA kind of snack made from roasted chickpeas
know a fact or personξέρωGreekynknow of, be familiar with (a fact, a person or a language)
ladder, stairsաստիճանArmenianynstairs
large廣大Chineseynlarge; vast; wide
less is moreless is moreEnglishynThat which is of smaller quantity could be of higher quality.
lesser importanceJapaneseenthe side of something (this sense may also be spelled 傍
lesser importanceJapaneseenor 側
lesser importanceJapaneseen).
lesser importanceJapaneseynsomething of lesser importance, something on the back burner (often used in constructions such as 脇にする
lesser importanceJapaneseen脇になる
lesser importanceJapaneseen.)
lesser importanceJapaneseenshort for 脇能
lesser importanceJapaneseen
lesser importanceJapaneseenshort for 脇句
lesser importanceJapaneseen
lesser importanceJapaneseenshort for 脇百姓
lesser importanceJapaneseen
libraryksięgozbiórPolishynlibrary
like sandsandyEnglishynLike sand, especially in texture.
linguistics: relating to phonesphoneticEnglishynRelating to phones (as opposed to phonemes)
listen聞くJapaneseynto hear, to listen
literalkaakslagDutchynA smack on the jaw, blow in the face
literalkaakslagDutchnyA hurtful, gross insult, symbolic abuse in word or deed
literal meaningsleep togetherEnglisheyTo have sex with each other.
literal meaningsleep togetherEnglishenTo be intimate with each other in the same bed.
literal meaningsleep togetherEnglishenUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see sleep,‎ together.
literary genrehorrorEnglishynA genre of fiction designed to evoke a feeling of fear and suspense.
literary genrehorrorEnglishnyAn individual work in this genre.
log offafmeldenDutchynto log out
log offafmeldenDutchynto log out
logarithmizationexponentEnglishenOne who expounds, represents or advocates.
logarithmizationexponentEnglishenThe number by which a value (called the base) is said to be raised to a power in exponentiation: for example, the 3 in 2³=8.
logarithmizationexponentEnglishenThe degree to which the root of a radicand is found, for example, the 2 in ^(2])√=b.
logarithmizationexponentEnglishenA manifestation of a morphosyntactic property.
logarithmizationexponentEnglisheyThe part of a floating-point number that represents its exponent value.
longпродолжительныйRussianynlong
long sharp fragmentsplinterEnglishynA long, sharp fragment of material, often wood.
main bone of the headskullEnglishynThe main bones of the head considered as a unit; including the cranium, facial bones, and mandible.
marketmarkaðurIcelandicynmarket, marketplace, fair
mathterminatingEnglishynOf a decimal: having a finite number of digits.
missпроскочитьRussianynto miss, to overshoot
momentदमHindiynmoment, instant
move (a door)closeEnglishynTo remove a gap. / To move so that an opening is closed.
musical introductionovertureEnglishynA musical introduction to a piece of music.
mythical horn endlessly overflowing with food and drinkcornucopiaEnglishynA goat's horn endlessly overflowing with fruit, flowers and grain; or full of whatever its owner wanted.
native countrymoșieRomanianynone's native country or land
naval punishmentkeelhaulingEnglishynThe act by which a person is keelhauled.
non-nuclear submarinesubmersibleEnglishynA small nonmilitary, non-nuclear submarine for exploration.
non-nuclear submarinesubmersibleEnglishynA retroactive term used for non-nuclear submarines; nuclear submarines are termed "true submarines".
not congenitaladventitiousEnglishynNot congenital; acquired.
notch, passage, or channel made by cutting or diggingcutEnglishynA notch, passage, or channel made by cutting or digging; a furrow; a groove.
obsolete spellingvlegelDutchenA flail, threshing tool (or by extension equivalent machinery).
obsolete spellingvlegelDutchenA flail, a weapon with a weight on a chain.
obsolete spellingvlegelDutchenA flail, whipping implement; also in figurative sense.
obsolete spellingvlegelDutchenA rogue, imp, rascal, scamp.
obsolete spellingvlegelDutchenAlternative form of vleugel
obsolete spellingvlegelDutchenfirst-person singular present indicative of vlegelen
obsolete spellingvlegelDutchenimperative of vlegelen
obsolete: to diestarveEnglishynTo die; in later use especially to die slowly, waste away.
oceanography: crest of ocean water resulting from tidal forcestidal waveEnglishnyA large, sudden inundation of water from the storm surge, or waves of that surge.
of a soundobtuseEnglishynOf sound, etc.: deadened, muffled, muted.
of abnormal, irregular or otherwise inferior qualities (size, shape etc.)bastardEnglishynOf abnormal, irregular or otherwise inferior qualities (size, shape etc).
of countrieskrajPolishyncountry
of drinks: to leave temporarily so as to allow the flavour to increasedrawEnglishynTo move or develop something. / To steep, leave temporarily so as to allow the flavour to increase.
of enormous size or strength; very strongPrometheanEnglishynOf enormous size or strength; extraordinarily strong.
of nounklikkaNorwegian Bokmålyndefinite neuter plural of klikk (Etymology 2)
of the decadethirtiesEnglishynFrom or evoking the 31st through 40th years of a century (chiefly the 1930s).
of verbbadetNorwegian Bokmålynsimple past
of verbbadetNorwegian Bokmålynpast participle
of verbvernetNorwegian Bokmålynsimple past
of verbvernetNorwegian Bokmålynpast participle
of, from or pertaining to London in the UKLondonEnglishynThe capital city of the United Kingdom; capital city of England. Situated near the mouth of the River Thames in southeast England, with a metropolitan population of more than 13,000,000.
old ladyдедуляRussianynold man
once一度Chineseynonce (at some time in the past)
one of the Five Books of MosesChumashEnglishynAny book of the Pentateuch.
one used for another's purposescat's-pawEnglishynSomeone who acts in another's interest, (properly) unknowingly or through trickery.
one who kickskickerEnglishynOne who kicks.
online encyclopediaWikipediaEnglishynA free-content online encyclopedia founded in 2001, collaboratively developed over the World Wide Web in a number of languages.
opinionChineseynopinion; suggestion
order and classAcoelaTranslingualynmarine flatworms that lack a digestive tract and coelomic cavity / A taxonomic class within the phylum Xenacoelomorpha.
ordinary person凡人Japaneseynan ordinary person
ordinary person凡人Japaneseynan ordinary person
originating wordancestorEnglishenOne from whom a person is descended, whether on the father's or mother's side, at any distance of time; a progenitor; a forefather.
originating wordancestorEnglishenAn earlier type; a progenitor
originating wordancestorEnglishenOne from whom an estate has descended;—the correlative of heir.
originating wordancestorEnglishenTo be an ancestor of.
orthodonticsbracesEnglishynA device worn on the teeth to straighten them.
over a great lengthlong-distanceEnglishynOver a great length or distance.
pageგვერდიGeorgiannythe region of the human body between the armpit and the lowest rib.
palletbarłógPolishynpallet, shakedown
part of Kashmir governed by ChinaAksai ChinEnglishynOne of the two parts of the Kashmir region administered by the People's Republic of China. The rest of Kashmir is split between Pakistan and India.
part of a lute-type string instrumentheadstockEnglishynThe part of a lute-type string instrument, such as a guitar, that holds the tuning pegs or tensioning screws of the strings.
passage through通過Japaneseynpassage through an object
peremptoryabsoluteEnglishynUnrestricted by laws, a constitution, or parliamentary or judicial or other checks; (legally) unlimited in power, especially if despotic.
period of 10 yearstenEnglishenThe number occurring after nine and before eleven, represented in Arabic numerals (base ten) as 10 and in Roman numerals as X.
period of 10 yearstenEnglishenA set or group with ten elements.
period of 10 yearstenEnglisheyAn inexact quantity, typically understood to be between 20 and 100.
period of 10 yearstenEnglishenA card in a given suit with a value of ten.
period of 10 yearstenEnglishenA denomination of currency, such as a banknote, with a value of ten units. See also tenner.
period of 10 yearstenEnglishenA perfect specimen, (particularly) a physically attractive person.
period of 10 yearstenEnglishenA high level of intensity.
period of 10 yearstenEnglishenThe act of rowing ten strokes flat out.
periphery周邊Chineseynperiphery; rim; surroundings
person from ZealandZealanderEnglishynA resident or inhabitant of Zealand.
person from ZealandZealanderEnglishnyA resident or inhabitant of New Zealand; a New Zealander.
person from a primitive societyprimitiveEnglishynA member of a primitive society.
person from the U.S. State of GeorgiaGeorgianEnglishynA native or resident of the state of Georgia in the United States of America.
pertaining to grammatical inflectioninflectionalEnglishynOf or pertaining to inflection.
physics: state of a body at rest or in uniform motion in which the resultant of all forces on it is zeroequilibriumEnglishnyThe state of a reaction in which the rates of the forward and reverse reactions are the same.
pin or fastener for the hairhairpinEnglishynA pin or fastener for the hair.
place where items may be keptstoreEnglishynA place where items may be accumulated or routinely kept.
planetPhebeMiddle EnglishnyThe celestial body closest to the Earth, considered to be a planet in the Ptolemic system as well as the boundary between the Earth and the heavens; the Moon.
plant that grows in a specified habitat-phyteEnglishynA plant that grows in a specified habitat, e.g. acrophyte.
practice of giving favours or money for supportpork-barrellingEnglishynThe practice of giving favours or money to voters in connection with a candidate for a current or future election, in order to sway enough voters so that the candidate will win.
productwareEnglishynGoods or a type of goods offered for sale or use.
productwareEnglishnySee wares.
profit from a situationtake advantageEnglishynTo profit from a situation deliberately.
prohibitory ordinancedefenseEnglishnyAn argument in support or justification of something. / The lawyer or team thereof who presents such a case.
projectionrožokSlovakynprojection, prominence, protrusion, protuberance
promiscuous womanbikeEnglishynEllipsis of village bike
public strollwalkaboutEnglishynA public stroll by some celebrity to meet a group of people informally.
push (something) intosinkEnglishynTo move or be moved into something. / To push (something) into something.
puzzlehead-scratcherEnglishynA puzzle.
quirkMarotteGermanynmarotte (prop stick or sceptre with a carved head on it)
realityистинаBulgarianynreality, verity
recording that has achieved platinum salesplatinumEnglishynA single or album that has achieved platinum sales, i.e. over 1 million or 2 million.
refuse of alum worksslamEnglishynThe refuse of alum works.
relating to the nervesnervousEnglishynOf nerves. / Supplied with nerves; innervated.
relating to the nervesnervousEnglishynOf nerves. / Affecting the nerves or nervous system.
religious veneration, zeal, or pietydevotionEnglishynReligious veneration, zeal, or piety.
rent房費Chineseynrent (regular payments made to the owner of a property to secure its use)
resourceful, sometimes to the point of cunningcleverEnglishynMentally quick and resourceful.
rhythm qualitysyncopationEnglishnyThe contraction of a word by means of loss or omission of sounds or syllables in the middle thereof.
root extraction; degreetotalEnglishenAn amount obtained by the addition of smaller amounts.
root extraction; degreetotalEnglisheySum.
root extraction; degreetotalEnglishenEntire; relating to the whole of something.
root extraction; degreetotalEnglishenComplete; absolute.
root extraction; degreetotalEnglishen(of a function) Defined on all possible inputs.
root extraction; degreetotalEnglishenTo add up; to calculate the sum of.
root extraction; degreetotalEnglishenTo equal a total of; to amount to.
root extraction; degreetotalEnglishenTo demolish; to wreck completely. (from total loss)
root extraction; degreetotalEnglishenTo amount to; to add up to.
rulersultanEnglishynA hereditary ruler in various Muslim states (sultanate), varying from petty principalities (as in Indonesia and in Yemen), often vassal of a greater ruler, to independent realms, such as Oman, Brunei, or an empire such as the Turkish Ottoman Empire.
safeсигуренBulgarianynsafe, secure
saltwater musselmusselEnglishynAny of several groups of bivalve shellfish with elongated, asymmetrical shells / salt water mussels, usually edible, of the order Mytilida in subclass Pteriomorphia.
savesnimitiSerbo-Croatianynto save (to write a file to a disk)
savor; quality; characteristic tingerelishEnglishynA quality or characteristic tinge.
seeαγκίστριGreekenfishhook, fishing hook, hook
seeαγκίστριGreekenbait
seeαλωπεκήGreekenfoxskin
seeαλωπεκήGreekendeceit, cunning
seeαποκοίμισηGreekengetting of to sleep, lulling of to sleep
seeαποκοίμισηGreekenbeguiling, lulling
seeηγεμονικόςGreekenprincely
seeηγεμονικόςGreekenhegemonic
seeπερίπατοςGreekenwalk, hike, stroll (journey on foot)
seeπερίπατοςGreekenwalk, way (recognised route for such a walk)
seeπερίπατοςGreekenopening (type of move)
seeπετσίGreekenskin, pelt
seeπετσίGreekenleather
seem, appearlook likeEnglishynTo seem; appear.
set aside for a particular purposeearmarkEnglishynTo specify or set aside for a particular purpose, to allocate.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenA percussive instrument made of metal or other hard material, typically but not always in the shape of an inverted cup with a flared rim, which resonates when struck.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenThe sounding of a bell as a signal.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenA telephone call.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenA signal at a school that tells the students when a class is starting or ending.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenThe flared end of a brass or woodwind instrument.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenAny of a series of strokes on a bell (or similar), struck every half hour to indicate the time (within a four hour watch)
sets of bellsbellEnglishenThe flared end of a pipe, designed to mate with a narrow spigot.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenThe bell character.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenAnything shaped like a bell, such as the cup or corolla of a flower.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenThe part of the capital of a column included between the abacus and neck molding; also used for the naked core of nearly cylindrical shape, assumed to exist within the leafage of a capital.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenAn instrument situated on a bicycle's handlebar, used by the cyclist to warn of his or her presence.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenA bubble.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenTo attach a bell to.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenTo shape so that it flares out like a bell.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenTo telephone.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenTo develop bells or corollas; to take the form of a bell; to blossom.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenTo bellow or roar.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenTo utter in a loud manner; to thunder forth.
sets of bellsbellEnglishenThe bellow or bay of certain animals, such as a hound on the hunt or a stag in rut.
short and long scalequattuordecillionEnglishen10⁴⁵.
short and long scalequattuordecillionEnglishen10⁸⁴.
single sidebandSSBEnglishynInitialism of single sideband - a type of radio emission.
skin bagbelgurIcelandicynskin, skinbag
slang: rubbishgashEnglishynRubbish, spare kit
slang: rubbishgashEnglishynRubbish on board an aircraft
slang: stolenhotEnglishynStolen.
slowlerdoPortugueseynslow
small dogdoggyEnglishynA dog, especially a small one.
small glass ballGlaskugelGermanynmarble (small glass ball)
someone beautiful: femalebeautyEnglishnyThe quality of being (especially visually) attractive, pleasing, fine or good-looking; comeliness.
someone beautiful: femalebeautyEnglishynSomeone who is beautiful.
speciesDianthus compactusTranslingualeyA taxonomic species within the family Caryophyllaceae – Dianthus barbatus; sweet william.
speciesDianthus compactusTranslingualenA taxonomic subspecies within the species Dianthus barbatus – Dianthus barbatus subsp. compactus.
speech, orationřečCzechynspeech, oration
spooky, frighteningghostlyEnglishynSpooky; frightening.
sproutβλαστάνωAncient GreekynTo sprout, bud, begin to grow
state of being accurateaccuracyEnglishynThe state of being accurate; being free from mistakes, this exemption arising from carefulness; exactness; correctness
state of being self-confidentself-confidenceEnglishnyA measure of one's belief in one's own abilities
state of having caused a bad eventblameEnglishynCulpability for something negative or undesirable.
state of having caused a bad eventblameEnglishnyA source control feature that can show which user was responsible for a particular portion of the source code.
state of having little of no clothes onundressEnglishnyTo remove the clothing of (someone).
state of having little of no clothes onundressEnglishnyInformal clothing for men, as opposed to formal or ceremonial wear.
state of heightened activityoverdriveEnglishnyA gear, on an automobile, higher than the normal top gear.
steadily losebleedEnglishynTo steadily lose (something vital).
stubbornîntortRomanianynstubborn, obstinate
student who is in the same class at schoolclassmateEnglishynA student who is in the same class at school.
stupidboboPortugueseynsilly, stupid
submarinesubEnglishynA submarine.
superficial cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenailspedicureEnglishynsuperficial cosmetic treatment of the feet and toenails.
surface for roller skatingrinkEnglishynA surface for roller skating.
surnameDionneEnglishnyA female given name from Ancient Greek, variant of Dione.
surnameThomasEnglishynA common patronymic surname, from given names​.
surnameYeagerEnglishynA surname​.
symbolcaduceusEnglishnyThe official wand carried by a herald in ancient Greece and Rome, specifically the one carried in mythology by Hermes, the messenger of the gods, usually represented with two snakes twined around it.
synonym of comfortablenesscomfortabilityEnglishynSynonym of comfortableness (“the quality or state of being comfortable or relaxed”)
tasteless CaucasianHoosierEnglishynAn uneducated, tasteless Caucasian person.
technical suspension without mechanical supportlevitationEnglishnyThe raising of something, such as a body, without apparent physical cause, allegedly using the power of the mind
tending to permit, allow, understand, or accept somethingtolerantEnglishyntending to permit, allow, understand, or accept something
tennis: bounces behind the baselinelongEnglishynLanding beyond the baseline, and therefore deemed to be out.
that which causes bitternesswormwoodEnglishynSomething that causes bitterness or affliction; a cause of mortification or vexation.
the act or practice of abstainingabstinenceEnglishynThe act or practice of abstaining, refraining from indulging a desire or appetite. / Specifically, the practice of abstaining from intoxicating/alcoholic beverages; total abstinence; teetotalism).
the act or practice of abstainingabstinenceEnglishynThe act or practice of abstaining, refraining from indulging a desire or appetite. / Specifically, the practice of abstaining from sexual intercourse, either permanently or until marriage.
the act or practice of abstainingabstinenceEnglishynThe act or practice of abstaining, refraining from indulging a desire or appetite. / Abstention from certain foods on days of penitential observance.
the birdcuckooEnglishynAny of various birds, of the family Cuculidae, famous for laying its eggs in the nests of other species; but especially the common cuckoo, Cuculus canorus, that has a characteristic two-note call.
the birdcuckooEnglishnyThe sound of that particular bird.
the condition of being plainplainnessEnglishynThe condition of being plain (in all senses)
the drugmarijuanaEnglishynA drug smoked or ingested for euphoric effect, cannabis.
the prophet who introduced IslamMuhammadEnglishynThe figure who introduced Islam, the man to whom the Qur'an was revealed; considered a prophet by Muslims and Bahá'ís.
the quality of being radiant, shining, bright or splendidradianceEnglishynThe quality of being radiant, shining, bright or splendid.
theatre: to prepare a setdressEnglishynTo prepare (a set) by installing the props, scenery, etc.
to arrange擺佈Chineseynto arrange
to attack突擊Chineseynto assault; to attack suddenly; to launch a surprise attack; to engage in combat
to avoiddodgeEnglishynTo avoid (something) by moving suddenly out of the way.
to be insaneraveEnglishynTo wander in mind or intellect; to be delirious; to talk or act irrationally; to be wild, furious, or raging.
to be romantically involved withdateEnglishynTo have a steady relationship with; to be romantically involved with.
to be romantically involved withdateEnglishynTo have a steady relationship with each other; to be romantically involved with each other.
to become darker more intensedeepenEnglishynTo become darker or more intense
to bribe窒喙Chineseynto bribe (in order to silence someone)
to calmsettleEnglishynTo place or arrange in(to) a desired (especially: calm) state, or make final disposition of (something). / To cause to no longer be in a disturbed, confused or stormy; to quiet; to calm (nerves, waters, a boisterous or rebellious child, etc).
to calmsettleEnglishynTo become calm, quiet, or orderly; to stop being agitated.
to cause a steady rhythmic vibration, usually by pluckingthrumEnglishynTo cause a steady rhythmic vibration, usually by plucking.
to cause to seem realrealizeEnglishynTo cause to seem real; to sense vividly or strongly; to make one's own in thought or experience.
to cause total losstotal lossEnglishenAn insured item of which the entire value is written off
to cause total losstotal lossEnglishenAn insured item that is written off when it is beyond repair, or when the cost of repair exceeds the insured value.
to change one's residenceremoveEnglishynTo change one's residence; to move.
to convert to lay statuslaicizeEnglishnyTo convert from church controlled to independent of the church; to secularize.
to count on展品棒Chineseynto count on; to rely on
to covercomprehendEnglishynTo include, comprise; to contain.
to createmakeEnglishynTo create. / To build, construct, produce, or originate.
to createmakeEnglishynTo create. / To write or compose.
to createmakeEnglishynTo create. / To bring about; to effect or produce by means of some action.
to createmakeEnglishynTo create. / To create (the universe), especially (in Christianity) from nothing.
to create an explosionexplodeEnglishynTo blast, to blow up, to burst, to detonate, to go off.
to devastate or lay wastedesolateEnglishynTo devastate or lay waste somewhere.
to drawlcedzićPolishynto drawl
to establish a hierarchyhierarchizeEnglishynTo establish a hierarchy.
to express表現Chineseynto express
to fail spectacularlyflame outEnglishnyOf processes and equipment involving combustion, to fail due to extinction of flame.
to freezeziębnąćPolishynto freeze (be affected by cold)
to get rid ofdesaparecerPortugueseynto make something disappear; to get rid of
to give birth to a calfcalveEnglishynto give birth to a calf
to go by, over, or throughpassEnglishynTo change place. / To go past, by, over, or through; to proceed from one side to the other of; to move past.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyThe arts, customs, lifestyles, background, and habits that characterize a particular society or nation.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyThe beliefs, values, behaviour and material objects that constitute a people's way of life.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyThe conventional conducts and ideologies of a community; the system comprising the accepted norms and values of a society.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyAny knowledge passed from one generation to the next, not necessarily with respect to human beings.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyCultivation.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyThe process of growing a bacterial or other biological entity in an artificial medium.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyThe growth thus produced.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyA group of bacteria.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyThe details on a map that do not represent natural features of the area delineated, such as names and the symbols for towns, roads, meridians, and parallels.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyA recurring assemblage of artifacts from a specific time and place that may constitute the material culture remains of a particular past human society.
to increase the artistic or scientific interestcultureEnglishnyEthnicity, race (and its associated arts, customs, etc.)
to incur risk by somethingriskEnglishynTo incur risk as a result of (doing something).
to inflateblow upEnglishynTo inflate or fill with air, either by literally blowing or using an air pump.
to inflateblow upEnglishnyTo inflate, as with pride, self-conceit, etc.; to puff up.
to inhale drugs in powder form through the nosesniffEnglishynTo inhale drugs in powder form (usually cocaine) through the nose.
to join togetherհիրելArmenianynto join together
to leapboundEnglishynTo leap, move by jumping.
to live off the generosity of someone elsebludgeEnglishnyTo live off the earnings of a prostitute.
to live off the generosity of someone elsebludgeEnglishynTo not earn one's keep, to live off someone else or off welfare when one could be working.
to lose weightreduceEnglishynTo lose weight.
to make a hole in (something); to hollowexcavateEnglishynTo make a hole in (something); to hollow.
to make someone happycheer upEnglishynto make someone happy
to make the sound of water hitting a hot surfacesizzleEnglishynTo make the sound of water hitting a hot surface.
to mention specially; to particularizespecializeEnglishynTo make distinct or separate from what is what is common / To specify: to mention specifically.
to move around an axis through itselfturnEnglishynTo make a non-linear physical movement. / Of a body, person, etc, to move around an axis through itself.
to move rapidly back and forthshuttlecockEnglishynTo move rapidly back and forth
to notify formallyreportEnglishynTo make a formal statement, especially of complaint, about (someone).
to obtain a suntansuntanEnglishynTo obtain a suntan by exposure to ultraviolet light.
to passdecorrerPortugueseynto pass; to elapse
to pull with a jerkhitchEnglishynTo pull with a jerk.
to render someone less able to understandconfuseEnglisheyto puzzle, perplex, baffle, bewilder (somebody); to afflict by being complicated, contradictory, or otherwise difficult to understand
to render someone less able to understandconfuseEnglishenTo mix up, muddle up (one thing with another); to mistake (one thing for another).
to render someone less able to understandconfuseEnglishenTo mix thoroughly; to confound; to disorder.
to render someone less able to understandconfuseEnglishenTo make uneasy and ashamed; to embarrass.
to render someone less able to understandconfuseEnglishenTo rout; discomfit.
to render someone less able to understandconfuseEnglishenTo be confused.
to shorten, to abbreviatekürzenGermanynto abbreviate
to stirmengacauMalayynto stir a mixture until its composition becomes even
to stirmengacauMalaynyto disturb; to agitate; to stir
to support扶掖Chineseynto support; to help
to swearbluzgaćPolishynto swear (use offensive language)
to whimper or whinepuleEnglishynTo whimper or whine.
tomb or other edifice erected in homage to a martyrmartyriumEnglishynA tomb or other edifice erected in homage to a martyr.
touch with the nosenuzzleEnglishyn(of animals, lovers, etc) To touch someone or something with the nose.
townLudlowEnglishynA town in Shropshire, England.
tracetropPolishyntrace
traittrăsăturăRomanianyntrait, feature
translations to be checkedblackoutEnglishenA temporary loss of consciousness.
translations to be checkedblackoutEnglishenA temporary loss of memory.
translations to be checkedblackoutEnglishenAn instance of censorship, especially a temporary one.
translations to be checkedblackoutEnglishenA large-scale power failure, and resulting loss of electricity to consumers.
translations to be checkedblackoutEnglishenThe mandatory blocking of all light emanating from buildings, as well as outdoor and street lighting, as imposed during World War II.
translations to be checkedblackoutEnglishenThe blocking out of as much light as possible.
translations to be checkedshemaleEnglishenA male-to-female transsexual or transgender person; a trans woman.
translations to be checkedshemaleEnglisheyA male animal which displays female traits or behaviors; for example, a male reptile which gives off female pheromones.
type 3Ramsay Hunt syndromeEnglishnyAny of a number of unrelated syndromes first described by the neurologist James Ramsay Hunt (1872–1937). / Ramsay Hunt syndrome type 1: a rare form of cerebellar degeneration.
type 3Ramsay Hunt syndromeEnglishnyAny of a number of unrelated syndromes first described by the neurologist James Ramsay Hunt (1872–1937). / Ramsay Hunt syndrome type 2: the reactivation of herpes zoster in the geniculate ganglion.
undermineраскачатьRussianynto loosen, to shake loose, to undermine
unfilled space in something solid; a cavityhollowEnglishynA sunken area or unfilled space in something solid; a cavity, natural or artificial.
updateaktualiziratiSerbo-Croatianynto update (to bring something up to date)
verypra-Czechnyprimaeval, primary
vine of the genus SmilaxsarsaparillaEnglishynAny of various tropical (Central and South) American vines of the genus Smilax, such as Smilax regelii, which have fragrant roots.
violetsViolaTranslingualynA taxonomic genus within the family Violaceae – the violets.
vulgar: instance of defecationshitEnglishynAn instance of defecation.
warrior; fighter武士Chineseynwarrior; fighter
watery excrementdiarrheaEnglishnyA gastrointestinal disorder characterized by frequent and very fluid or watery bowel movements.
weak, indecisiveineffectualEnglishnyWorthless.
with nominatives ending in -isIoannesLatinynA male given name, equivalent to English John.
with penniesthree halfpenceEnglishynA silver coin with a face value of one and a half pence (1½d.): / Such an English coin (1½d.), minted 1561–1582.
with penniesthree halfpenceEnglishynA silver coin with a face value of one and a half pence (1½d.): / Such a British coin (1½d. = £⅟₁₆₀), minted 1834–1843 and 1860–1862 for circulation in the colonies of the British Empire (chiefly Ceylon and the West Indies).
with penniesthree halfpenceEnglishynA money of account equal to 1½d.
withalwhereinEnglishenHow, or in what way.
withalwhereinEnglishenWhere, or in which location.
withalwhereinEnglishenDuring which.
withalwhereinEnglishenHow, or in what way.
withalwheretoforeEnglishenUp to which point; until which time.
withalwheretoforeEnglisheywhithertofore
woman in extramarital relationshipmistressEnglishynThe other woman in an extramarital relationship, generally including sexual relations
word classdeterminerEnglishynA member of a class of words functioning in a noun phrase to identify or distinguish a referent without describing or modifying it.
wormpreñvBretonynworm
wounded-in-actionWIAEnglishynInitialism of wounded in action.
zostawać impf, zostać pfstawaćPolishento stop
zostawać impf, zostać pfstawaćPolishento become
πταισματοδικείο n (ptaismatodikeío, “magistrate's court”) (court where the above crimes are dealt with)πταίσμαGreekeyinfraction, (minor) offence (least serious crime category, only punishable by fines and/or maximum imprisonment of one month)
πταισματοδικείο n (ptaismatodikeío, “magistrate's court”) (court where the above crimes are dealt with)πταίσμαGreekenblunder, slip (small mistake)
грохо́тя (grohótja, “to rumble”)грохотBulgarianeydin, thunder, rumble
грохо́тя (grohótja, “to rumble”)грохотBulgarianenroar, growl (of an animal)
подбу́дя impf (podbúdja), подбу́ждам pf (podbúždam, “to motivate, to induce”)будяBulgarianento wake (up), to awaken (to make somebody stop sleeping)
подбу́дя impf (podbúdja), подбу́ждам pf (podbúždam, “to motivate, to induce”)будяBulgarianeyto arouse, to excite, evoke (to stimulate feelings)
подбу́дя impf (podbúdja), подбу́ждам pf (podbúždam, “to motivate, to induce”)будяBulgarianen(~ се) to wake up, to awaken (see будя се (budja se))
пръ́тец (prǎ́tec) (diminutive)прътBulgarianenrod, staff (straight round stick, shaft, or bar)
пръ́тец (prǎ́tec) (diminutive)прътBulgarianenbar, pole
стих (stih, “verse”)стихияBulgarianeysphere of interest, proclivity, disposition
стих (stih, “verse”)стихияBulgarianenuncontrollable natural force → stormwind, hurricane
煤ぶ (susubu)Japaneseen
煤ぶ (susubu)Japaneseensoot (fine particles of amorphous carbon and tar)
煤ぶ (susubu)Japaneseensooted dirt or dust accumulated in ceilings, walls, etc.
煤ぶ (susubu)JapaneseenShort for 煤色 (susuiro): a shade of black as in the color of soot
煤ぶ (susubu)Japaneseensoot
煤ぶ (susubu)Japaneseencoal

Senses that could no longer be found using senseid

WordLanguageSenseIdGloss
Translingual‐-mul-punct-1wiHFxcOSeparates certain pieces of text. / Separates syllables.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-pBxOJE14Separates certain pieces of text. / Separates letters.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-9vT-LXgJSeparates certain pieces of text. / Splits a word across a line break (called hyphenation).
Translingual‐-mul-punct-4OMKtoeJSeparates certain pieces of text. / Marks a point where a morpheme (a suffix, a prefix, etc.) is supposed to be attached to a word.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-Pa0xdnbKConnects certain pieces of text. / Joins prefixes and suffixes according to stylistic rules, often to avoid confusion in pronunciation or meaning
Translingual‐-mul-punct-xH4N0AQHConnects certain pieces of text. / Connects words in compound terms.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-W4jEopKOConnects certain pieces of text. / Connects words in a compound modifier according to various stylistic rules.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-9dNzAUbIConnects certain pieces of text. / Connects names in some compound surnames.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-KjuJH0D3Connects certain pieces of text. / Indicates common parts of repeated compounds.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-VRnmV0jCConnects certain pieces of text. / Connects words in some situations, akin to a space.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-4p6JxbFkConnects certain pieces of text. / Connects the year, the month and the day, in dates.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-ilwa-2MkIndicates stuttering.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-ePnz0uc5Separates the components of a pun.
Translingual‐-mul-punct-2lbAWKcIHides letters.
Translingual‐-mul-conj-GsYG0THrJoins the components of coordinative compounds, with equal components.
Translingual‐-mul-conj-1j8WdmoaJoins the components of subordinative compounds, with a dominant component or head.
roosWestrobothnianroos-gmq-bot-noun-Um1E7ECDrose (flower, shrub of the genus Rosa)
roosWestrobothnianroos-gmq-bot-noun-K2g4jKfQrose flower on wallpaper, woven fabric and the like
roosWestrobothnianroos-gmq-bot-noun-LK4qgME4image, picture, illustration
roosWestrobothnianroos-gmq-bot-noun-vivbsxAOspot
roosWestrobothnianroos-gmq-bot-verb-kFFbHe8Ypraise, commend

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