Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

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SensetextWordLanguagePart-of-speechGlossTopicsTags
.wEgyptianpronthey, them, their (see usage notes)
.wEgyptianpronhe, him, they, them
AleksanderEstoniannamea male given name, equivalent to English Alexander
AleksanderEstoniannameA transliteration of the Russian male given name Алекса́ндр (Aleksándr).
AllendaleEnglishnameA town in the Shire of Hepburn, Victoria, Australia.
AllendaleEnglishnameA neighbourhood of Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
AllendaleEnglishnameA village in Northumberland, England, marked on OS maps as Allendale Town (OS grid ref NY8355).
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in Solano County, California.
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Gwinnett County, Georgia.
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A neighbourhood of Columbus, Muscogee County, Georgia.
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Wabash County, Illinois.
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Vigo County, Indiana.
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A census-designated place in Ottawa County, Michigan.
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A small city in Worth County, Missouri.
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A borough of Bergen County, New Jersey.
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town, the county seat of Allendale County, South Carolina.
AllendaleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Marshall County, West Virginia.
AntiquariatGermannounantiquarian bookshop, used bookstorecountable neuter strong
AntiquariatGermannounantiquarian tradeneuter strong uncountable
AotearoanEnglishadjOf, from, or pertaining to Aotearoa (New Zealand) or its people.rare
AotearoanEnglishnounA New Zealander: a person from Aotearoa (New Zealand).rare
ApolloEnglishnameThe son of Zeus and Leto (or Jupiter and Latona), and the twin brother of Artemis (or Diana). He was the god of light, music, medicine, and poetry; and prophecy, dance, manly beauty, and more.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek Roman
ApolloEnglishnameThe planet Mercury, when observed as a Morning Star.astronomy natural-sciences
ApolloEnglishnameShort for 1862 Apollo, an Apollo asteroid.astronomy natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of
ApolloEnglishnameA United States space program, and the vehicles it created, used for human travel to the moon.NASA aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences space-science
ApolloEnglishnameApollo Theater, a music hall in New York City associated with African-American performers.with-definite-article
ApolloEnglishnameA butterfly of species Parnassius apollo, a large swallowtail with black and red spots on white wings.
ApolloEnglishnameA very handsome young man.
ApolloEnglishnameA male given name
ApolloEnglishnameA placename.
ApolloEnglishnounAn asteroid possessing an orbit that crosses the orbit of the Earth and an orbital period of over one year, with semimajor axes greater than 1 AU, and perihelion distances less than 1.017 AU.astronomy natural-sciences
BirneGermannounpearfeminine
BirneGermannounlightbulbfeminine
BirneGermannounhead, bonce, noggincolloquial feminine
BreagazAlemannic GermannameBregenz (the capital of and third largest city in the state of Vorarlberg, Austria)
BreagazAlemannic GermannameBregenz (an administrative district in the state of Vorarlberg, Austria)
BreagazAlemannic GermannameBregenz (a municipality in the district of Bregenz in the state of Vorarlberg, Austria)
Chức NữVietnamesenamethe Weaver Girlarts folklore history human-sciences literature media mysticism mythology philosophy publishing sciencesChinese
Chức NữVietnamesenameVegaastronomy natural-sciences
CroomEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
CroomEnglishnameA village in County Limerick, Ireland.countable uncountable
CroomEnglishnameAn unincorporated community and census-designated place in Prince George's County, Maryland, United States.countable uncountable
CroomEnglishnameA rural locality in the City of Shellharbour, New South Wales, Australia.countable uncountable
CurranEnglishnameA surname from Irish.countable
CurranEnglishnameA placename, from the surname: / A township and village therein, in Sangamon County, Illinois, United States.countable uncountable
CurranEnglishnameA placename, from the surname: / An unincorporated community in Alcona County, Michigan, United States.countable uncountable
CurranEnglishnameA placename, from the surname: / A town in Jackson County, Wisconsin, United States.countable uncountable
CurranEnglishnameA placename, from the surname: / An unincorporated community in Franklin, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin.countable uncountable
DortmundGermannameDortmund (a major independent city in Ruhr Area, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)neuter proper-noun
DortmundGermannameShort for Borussia Dortmund (“football club”).abbreviation alt-of neuter proper-noun
ESCEnglishnounInitialism of electronic stability control.automotive transport vehiclesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ESCEnglishnounInitialism of embryonic stem cell.biology natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ESCEnglishnounInitialism of electronic speed controller.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ESCEnglishnounInitialism of extended static checking.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences softwareabbreviation alt-of countable initialism uncountable
ESCEnglishnameInitialism of Eurovision Song Contest.entertainment lifestyle musicabbreviation alt-of initialism
EinklangGermannounharmonymasculine strong
EinklangGermannounconformity, compliance, line, keepingmasculine strong
EsteItaliannametown in Padua province, Veneto region, Italy
EsteItaliannamedynasty established in the townhistorical
EttrickEnglishnameA locality in Kyogle Council, New South Wales, Australia.
EttrickEnglishnameA locality in the Rural City of Murray Bridge, South Australia, Australia.
EttrickEnglishnameA community in the municipality of Middlesex Centre, Middlesex County, Ontario, Canada.
EttrickEnglishnameA settlement in Central Otago, New Zealand.
EttrickEnglishnameA small village in the Scottish Borders council area, Scotland, 17 miles south-west of Selkirk (OS grid ref NT2714).
EttrickEnglishnameA census-designated place in Chesterfield County, Virginia, United States.
EttrickEnglishnameA town and village in Trempealeau County, Wisconsin, United States.
FramptonEnglishnameA placename: / A village and civil parish in west Dorset, England (OS grid ref SY6295).countable uncountable
FramptonEnglishnameA placename: / A village and civil parish in Boston borough, Lincolnshire, England (OS grid ref TF3239).countable uncountable
FramptonEnglishnameA placename: / A hamlet in the Vale of Glamorgan county borough, Wales (OS grid ref SS9769).countable uncountable
FramptonEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable
GarageGermannoungarage (building used to store cars, tools, etc.)feminine
GarageGermannouncar park, parking garage (building, often with multiple storeys, for vehicles to park in)feminine
GaryelPennsylvania Germannounthroatfeminine
GaryelPennsylvania Germannoungarglefeminine
GąsiorowiczPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
GąsiorowiczPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
HeadrickEnglishnameA surname from Old English.countable uncountable
HeadrickEnglishnameA town in Jackson County, Oklahoma, United States.countable uncountable
HemmenDutchnameA village and former municipality of Overbetuwe, Gelderland, Netherlands.neuter
HemmenDutchnameA hamlet in Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands.neuter
HooghlyEnglishnameA neighbourhood of Hugli-Chinsurah, West Bengal, India
HooghlyEnglishnameA district of West Bengal, India.
HooghlyEnglishnameThe eastern distributary of the Ganges river in West Bengal, India.
IMGEnglishnounimage, photo.Internet
IMGEnglishnounA disk image of a filesystem.
Immelmann turnEnglishnounA WWI-era fighter pilot maneuver resembling the aerobatic wingover or hammer-head turn, originally developed by Max Immelmann.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics wararchaic
Immelmann turnEnglishnounThe roll-off-the-top aerobatic maneuver, where an aircraft in upright level flight pulls up through one-half of an inside loop until in level inverted flight and then rolls upright, ending up in upright level flight in the opposite direction at a higher altitude; a reverse split S.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
JordâniaPortuguesenameJordan (a country in Western Asia, in the Middle East)feminine
JordâniaPortuguesenameA municipality of Minas Gerais, Brazilfeminine
KaffiLuxembourgishnouncoffee (plant)masculine uncountable
KaffiLuxembourgishnouncoffee (beverage)masculine uncountable
KaffiLuxembourgishnouna serving, cup of coffeecountable masculine
KaffiLuxembourgishnouna kind, blend of coffeecountable masculine
KaffiLuxembourgishnouna light, cold meal, especially breakfast, but also (depending on the context) at any other time of daymasculine uncountable
KapitänGermannouncaptainaeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences nautical physical-sciences transportmasculine strong
KapitänGermannounShort for Kapitän zur See (“captain: high-level officer rank equivalent to an army colonel”).government military navy politics warabbreviation alt-of masculine strong
KapitänGermannouncaptain (medium-level officer rank)masculine obsolete strong
KapitänGermannouncaptain (player who leads a team and serves as contact person for the referee)hobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine strong
KornGermannounkernel; single graincountable neuter strong
KornGermannounbead (knob on a gun barrel used for aiming)engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponrycountable neuter strong
KornGermannouncereal; corn; grain (type of plant and its fruit)neuter strong uncountable
KornGermannounrye (as the commonest kind of grain in German-speaking Europe)dated neuter regional strong uncountable
KornGermannounKorn (liquor produced from fermented cereal grain seed)masculine strong
KornGermannameChiers (river)feminine proper-noun
LeningradoItaliannameLeningrad (a city in Leningrad Oblast, Russia); former name of Saint Petersburg, used from 1924 to 1991feminine historical
LeningradoItaliannameLeningrad (an oblast of Russia)feminine
LinkouEnglishnameA county of Mudanjiang, Heilongjiang, China.
LinkouEnglishnameA district of New Taipei, Taiwan.
MoorcroftEnglishnameA surname.countable uncountable
MoorcroftEnglishnameA town in Crook County, Wyoming, United States.countable uncountable
OthelloEnglishnameA male given name
OthelloEnglishnameThe title character in Shakespeare's tragedy Othello.
OthelloEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States.
OthelloEnglishnameA city in Adams County, Washington, United States.
OthelloEnglishnameThe modern form of reversi, differing from the original in having the first four pieces placed in pre-arranged positions.
PiskórzPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
PiskórzPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
PogonophoraTranslingualnameA taxonomic class within the phylum Annelida – various annelid worms that lack a digestive system, now part of Siboglinidae.archaic
PogonophoraTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Peraceae.
PorembaPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
PorembaPolishnamea female surnamefeminine
PyreneesEnglishnameThe mountain range separating Spain from France, inhabited by Basques in the west, Occitans in the centre-north, Aragonese in the centre-south, and Catalans in the east.plural plural-only
PyreneesEnglishnameA wine-producing region and local government area (Shire of Pyrenees) in Victoria, Australia.plural plural-only
QueenslanderEnglishnounA person from Queensland, Australia.
QueenslanderEnglishnounA house built in an architectural style found in Queensland, characterized by being raised up on stumps about two metres off the ground, and having wide verandahs around it.architectureAustralia
Saint-PierreFrenchnameA commune and island in Saint Pierre and Miquelon, France.masculine
Saint-PierreFrenchnameThe capital city of Saint Pierre and Miquelon.masculine
Saint-PierreFrenchnameA town and commune in Martinique.masculine
SanremoItaliannameA town and comune of the province of Imperia, Liguria, Italyfeminine
SanremoItaliannamethe Sanremo Music Festival, annually held in this townbroadly masculine
SartheFrenchnameSarthe (a department of Pays de la Loire, France)feminine
SartheFrenchnameSarthe (a right tributary of the Loire, in northwestern France)feminine
SechsfüßigkeitGermannounhexapedal configurationfeminine no-plural
SechsfüßigkeitGermannouncondition of being a hexapodfeminine no-plural
SherryEnglishnameA female given name from English, from the sherry wine, or a variant of Cheri.
SherryEnglishnameA surname.
SophroniaTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Gelechiidae.feminine
SophroniaTranslingualnameSynonym of Cattleya (“genus of orchids”)feminine
SpekeEnglishnameA suburb of Liverpool, Merseyside, England (OS grid ref SJ4383).
SpekeEnglishnameA surname.
StępnikPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
StępnikPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
SwannEnglishnameA surname transferred from the nickname.countable uncountable
SwannEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Cabell County, West Virginia, United States.countable uncountable
SzadekPolishnameSzadek (a town in the Łódź Voivodeship, Poland)inanimate masculine
SzadekPolishnameSzadek (a village in the Gmina of Blizanów, Kalisz County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, Poland)inanimate masculine
SzadekPolishnameSzadek (a village in the Gmina of Ceków-Kolonia, Kalisz County, Greater Poland Voivodeship, Poland)inanimate masculine
TaschentuchGermannounhandkerchiefneuter strong
TaschentuchGermannountissue; paper handkerchiefneuter strong
TatGermannoundeedfeminine
TatGermannounact, actionfeminine
TatGermannouncrime, offenselawfeminine
TrojanEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of the ancient city of Troy.
TrojanEnglishnounA student (especially an athlete) of the University of Southern California.
TrojanEnglishnounA Trojan asteroid.astrophysics
TrojanEnglishnounAn object residing at a Trojan point.astrophysics
TrojanEnglishnounShort for Trojan horse.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of
TrojanEnglishnounOne who shows great pluck, endurance, strength, etc.
TrojanEnglishadjOf, or relating to, the famed city of Troy or its inhabitants.not-comparable
TrojanEnglishadjInvolving great strength or endurance.not-comparable
TrojanEnglishadjOf, or relating to, a Trojan point.astrophysicsnot-comparable
TrojanEnglishadjOf, or relating to, a certain type of malware.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencesnot-comparable
TätlichkeitGermannounlight battery (form of violence)feminine
TätlichkeitGermannounthe criminal offense of violating a person's bodily integrity without causing lasting damage to the person's body or healthlawSwiss feminine
TürkiyeTurkishnameTurkey (a country located in Thrace in southeastern Europe and Anatolia in southwestern Asia)
TürkiyeTurkishnamea female given name
UnterstellungGermannounsubordinationfeminine
UnterstellungGermannounassumption, presumption, imputation, insinuationfeminine
UnterstellungGermannounsafekeeping, custody, depositing (temporary storing in a sheltered place)feminine
VilleSwedishnamea diminutive of the male given names Vilhelm or Villiamcommon-gender
VilleSwedishnamea male given name, used since in the 2000s, based on the diminutive abovecommon-gender rare
WewiorPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
WewiorPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
a bitEnglishadvTo a small extent; in a small amount.informal not-comparable
a bitEnglishadvSlightly; rather.informal not-comparable
a bitEnglishadvVery.UK not-comparable
a bitEnglishadvA lot.UK not-comparable
aaköYe'kwananumtwo
aaköYe'kwananumfew, little
aanstellenDutchverbto appoint, to commission, to name for a roletransitive
aanstellenDutchverbto behave in an exaggerating, immature manner (e.g. childishly, with excessive emotionality, a sense of victimhood, or entitlement, etc.); to attitudinizereflexive
aanstellenDutchverbto put in place, to set up, to installobsolete transitive
abelmoskEnglishnounThe edible and aromatic seed pods (properly, capsules) of the Abelmoschus moschatus.countable uncountable
abelmoskEnglishnounThe tropical evergreen shrub Abelmoschus moschatus itself.countable uncountable
abelmoskEnglishnounOther members of the genus Abelmoschus, such as okra.countable plural-normally uncommon uncountable
abhivādetiPaliverbto saluteconjugation-7
abhivādetiPaliverbto greetconjugation-7
accionarSpanishverbto put into motion; to starttransitive
accionarSpanishverbto gesticulateintransitive
acobardarSpanishverbto daunt, to frighten, to scaretransitive
acobardarSpanishverbto be frightened, scared, dauntedreflexive
acobardarSpanishverbto cowerreflexive
acıklıTurkishadjCausing sadness; tragic, touching, depressing.
acıklıTurkishadjHaving exprienced sorrow; mourning, sorrowful, dolorous.
ademásSpanishadvin addition, moreover, furthermore, further, also, additionally
ademásSpanishadvas well, also, not to mention (when in the middle of a sentence or toward the end)
ademásSpanishverbsecond-person singular voseo present indicative of ademarform-of indicative present second-person singular with-voseo
aequanimitasLatinnoungoodwill, kindness, favordeclension-3
aequanimitasLatinnouncalmness, patience, equanimitydeclension-3
afbrigðiIcelandicnounvariety, variantneuter
afbrigðiIcelandicnoundeviation, transgressionneuter
airokalaFinnishnoungiant oarfish, king of herrings (Regalecus glesne), in Finnish the name species of the family Regalecidae
airokalaFinnishnounoarfish (any fish in the family Regalecidae)
aistriúIrishnounverbal noun of aistrigh (“move, transfer, translate; switch, exchange; transpose; journey, travel; relocate, transplant”)form-of masculine noun-from-verb
aistriúIrishnounswitch; removal, transfermasculine
aistriúIrishnountranspositionmasculine
aistriúIrishnountranslationmasculine
ajarSpanishverbto fade, witherreflexive transitive
ajarSpanishverbto wear outreflexive transitive
ajarSpanishverbto wrinklereflexive transitive
ajarSpanishverbto humiliate someonetransitive
ajarSpanishnoungarlic field, garlic patchmasculine
aktuellGermanadjcurrent, currently in action, live (in the sense of broadcasting)
aktuellGermanadjrecent
aktuellGermanadjup-to-date
akuProto-MalayicpronI (personal pronoun)reconstruction
akuProto-Malayicpronme (direct or indirect object of a verb; object of a preposition)reconstruction
akuProto-Malayicpronmy (belonging to me)reconstruction
aleksioEsperantonounalexia
aleksioEsperantonounan organic disorder of the ability to read
all aroundEnglishadjIncluding everything about a topic; overall, all-encompassing.
all aroundEnglishadjIn every respect.
all aroundEnglishadjFor each person.
almNorwegian Nynorsknouna wych elm (Ulmus glabra)masculine
almNorwegian Nynorsknounan elm, (a tree of the genus Ulmus)masculine
altézsaVenetiannounheightfeminine
altézsaVenetiannounaltitudefeminine
amevenMiddle Englishverbto (emotionally) move; to incite
amevenMiddle Englishverbto remove, dismiss
ankeaFinnishadjdreary, drab, dull (colorless, cheerless)
ankeaFinnishadjdismal, dreary (gloomy and bleak)
antigualhaPortuguesenounold objectsfeminine
antigualhaPortuguesenounold customsfeminine
antiviralEnglishadjInhibiting the growth and reproduction of a virus.medicine pharmacology sciencesnot-comparable
antiviralEnglishadjEliminating or inhibiting the action of a computer virus.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
antiviralEnglishnounAn antiviral medication.medicine pharmacology sciences
ançiãoOld Galician-Portugueseadjold
ançiãoOld Galician-Portuguesenounelder
appositioFinnishnounappositiongrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
appositioFinnishnounappositiorhetoric
ar éigeanIrishadvbarely, scarcely, only just, with difficulty
ar éigeanIrishadvscarcely (probably not; certainly not)
arbitraggioItaliannounrefereeingmasculine
arbitraggioItaliannounumpiringmasculine
arbitraggioItaliannounarbitrationmasculine
arfrOld Norsenouninheritance heritagemasculine
arfrOld Norsenounpatrimonymasculine
aromaticEnglishadjFragrant or spicy.
aromaticEnglishadjHaving a closed ring of alternate single and double bonds with delocalized electrons.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
aromaticEnglishadjDerived from benzene.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
aromaticEnglishnounA fragrant plant or spice added to a dish to flavour it.
aromaticEnglishnounAny aromatic compound.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
assennatoItalianadjjudicious, sensible
assennatoItalianadjwise
assertableEnglishadjThat may be asserted.
assertableEnglishnounSomething that can be asserted.human-sciences philosophy sciences
asztalHungariannountable, desk (in a flat, whether a living room or a kitchen, or in an office or that of a teacher)
asztalHungariannoundesktop (main graphical user interface of an operating system)computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
aterrizarSpanishverbto land (e.g. an airplane)intransitive
aterrizarSpanishverbto come back to reality, to stop dreamingcolloquial figuratively intransitive
atúnSpanishnountuna (fish)masculine
atúnSpanishnounignorant, stupid personcolloquial masculine
aurazProto-Germanicnounwet sand or earth, mudmasculine reconstruction
aurazProto-Germanicnounliquid, water, seamasculine reconstruction
auswärtsGermanadvout of town; outside the place in question
auswärtsGermanadvaway; on the opponent’s turfhobbies lifestyle sports
auswärtsGermanadvoutside one’s house; out
auswärtsGermanadvoutwards; to the outsidedated
autodifferentiationEnglishnounThe automatic differentiation of a function by a computer.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesuncountable
autodifferentiationEnglishnounAutomatic differentiation and specialization of cells; autonomous development.biology natural-sciencesuncountable
autodifferentiationEnglishnounThe differentiation of a whole into distinct parts; self-differentiation.uncountable
baarDutchnounA bier, a stretcher, a litter; a device used to carry someone or something, especially wounded or dead people.feminine
baarDutchnounA bed on which a dead person is displayed before he is buried.feminine
baarDutchnounA bar, an ingot (of gold or another metal).feminine
baarDutchnounA bar, a beam.feminine obsolete
baarDutchnounA wave.archaic feminine poetic
baarDutchadjSaid of money; cash.not-comparable
baarDutchnoungreenhorn, newbieNetherlands historical masculine
baarDutchverbinflection of baren: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
baarDutchverbinflection of baren: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
balansereNorwegian Bokmålverbto balance (make (items) weigh up), to poise, keep one's balance
balansereNorwegian Bokmålverbto balanceeconomics science sciences
bank upEnglishverbTo press a mound of something against something else.
bank upEnglishverbTo make a mound to guard against something.
bankerEnglishnounOne who conducts the business of banking; one who, individually, or as a member of a company, keeps an establishment for the deposit or loan of money, or for traffic in money, bills of exchange, etc.
bankerEnglishnounThe dealer in a casino, or one who keeps the bank in a banking game.
bankerEnglishnounA money changer.obsolete
bankerEnglishnounThe stone bench on which a mason cuts or squares his work.
bankerEnglishnounA vessel employed in the cod fishery on the banks of Newfoundland.
bankerEnglishnounA ditcher; a drain digger.UK dialectal
bankerEnglishnounA banksman.business mining
bankerEnglishnounA railway locomotive that can be attached to the rear of a train to assist it in climbing an incline.rail-transport railways transportAustralia British
battlingEnglishnounA growing fat, or the process of causing to grow fat; a fattening.
battlingEnglishnounThat which nourishes or fattens, as food, or feed for animals, or manure for soil.
battlingEnglishadjNourishing; fattening.
battlingEnglishadjFertile.
battlingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of battleform-of gerund participle present
be likeEnglishverbTo be similar to something.
be likeEnglishverbTo be typical or characteristic of someone or something.
be likeEnglishverbTo say.Internet Multicultural-London-English US idiomatic informal
beatEnglishnounA stroke; a blow.
beatEnglishnounA pulsation or throb.
beatEnglishnounA pulse on the beat level, the metric level at which pulses are heard as the basic unit. Thus a beat is the basic time unit of a piece.entertainment lifestyle music
beatEnglishnounA rhythm.
beatEnglishnounA rhythm. / The rhythm signalled by a conductor or other musician to the members of a group of musicians.entertainment lifestyle music
beatEnglishnounThe instrumental portion of a piece of hip-hop music.
beatEnglishnounThe interference between two tones of almost equal frequency
beatEnglishnounA short pause in a play, screenplay, or teleplay, for dramatic or comedic effect.authorship broadcasting communications film journalism literature media publishing television writing
beatEnglishnounAn area of a person's responsibility, especially / The route patrolled by a police officer or a guard.broadly
beatEnglishnounAn area of a person's responsibility, especially / The primary focus of a reporter's stories (such as police/courts, education, city government, business etc.).journalism mediabroadly
beatEnglishnounAn act of reporting news or scientific results before a rival; a scoop.dated
beatEnglishnounThat which beats, or surpasses, another or others.colloquial dated
beatEnglishnounA precinct.Southern-US
beatEnglishnounA place of habitual or frequent resort.dated
beatEnglishnounA place of habitual or frequent resort. / An area frequented by gay men in search of sexual activity. See gay beat.Australia dated
beatEnglishnounA low cheat or swindler.archaic
beatEnglishnounThe act of scouring, or ranging over, a tract of land to rouse or drive out game; also, those so engaged, collectively.hobbies hunting lifestyle
beatEnglishnounA smart tap on the adversary's blade.fencing government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
beatEnglishnounA makeup look; compare beat one's face.slang
beatEnglishverbTo hit; to strike.transitive
beatEnglishverbTo strike or pound repeatedly, usually in some sort of rhythm.transitive
beatEnglishverbTo strike repeatedly; to inflict repeated blows; to knock vigorously or loudly.intransitive
beatEnglishverbTo move with pulsation or throbbing.intransitive
beatEnglishverbTo win against; to defeat or overcome; to do or be better than (someone); to excel in a particular, competitive event.transitive
beatEnglishverbTo sail to windward using a series of alternate tacks across the wind.nautical transportintransitive
beatEnglishverbTo strike (water, foliage etc.) in order to drive out game; to travel through (a forest etc.) for hunting.transitive
beatEnglishverbTo mix food in a rapid fashion. Compare whip.
beatEnglishverbTo persuade the seller to reduce a price.UK transitive
beatEnglishverbTo indicate by beating or drumming.transitive
beatEnglishverbTo tread, as a path.
beatEnglishverbTo exercise severely; to perplex; to trouble.
beatEnglishverbTo be in agitation or doubt.
beatEnglishverbTo make a sound when struck.
beatEnglishverbTo make a succession of strokes on a drum.government military politics warintransitive
beatEnglishverbTo sound with more or less rapid alternations of greater and lesser intensity, so as to produce a pulsating effect; said of instruments, tones, or vibrations not perfectly in unison.
beatEnglishverbTo arrive at a place before someone.transitive
beatEnglishverbTo have sexual intercourse.Multicultural-London-English intransitive slang vulgar
beatEnglishverbTo rob.slang transitive
beatEnglishverbsimple past tense of beat
beatEnglishverbpast participle of beatcolloquial especially form-of participle past
beatEnglishadjExhausted.US slang
beatEnglishadjDilapidated, beat up.
beatEnglishadjHaving impressively attractive makeup.
beatEnglishadjBoring.slang
beatEnglishadjUgly.slang
beatEnglishnounA beatnik.
beatEnglishadjRelating to the Beat Generation.
beneItalianadjupper-class, posh, highinvariable
beneItalianadvwell, nicely, OK, right
beneItalianadvproperly, correctly, rightly
beneItalianadvthoroughly, carefully
beneItalianadvas much as, as many as
beneItalianintjgood!; fine!
beneItaliannoungoodmasculine
beneItaliannoungoods, property, possessions, belongings, assetsmasculine plural-normally
beneItaliannounsake, goodmasculine
beneItaliannounhappinessmasculine
beneItaliannounsweetheart, darling, love, bless someone's cotton socksmasculine
beneItaliannounassetmasculine
beswicanOld Englishverbto deceive, tricktransitive
beswicanOld Englishverbto cheat
bhiodhScottish Gaelicverbsecond/third-person independent conditional of biconditional form-of independent second-person third-person
bhiodhScottish GaelicverbLenited form of biodh.form-of lenition
bikááʼ adáníNavajonountable, dinner table
bikááʼ adáníNavajonounpicnic table
bilmekTurkishverbto know, be informed of, be aware of; to understandintransitive
bilmekTurkishverbto know, recognizeintransitive
bilmekTurkishverbto be able to; can (all senses)auxiliary
binatangMalaynounanimal (organism)
binatangMalaynounanimal (organism other than man)
binatangMalaynounanimal (person who behaves wildly)
binatangMalayadjanimal (of animals)
bir araTurkishadvfor a short time, for a minute
bir araTurkishadvsometime in the past or the future, at one time
birotaLatinadjinflection of birotus: / nominative/vocative feminine singularfeminine form-of nominative singular vocative
birotaLatinadjinflection of birotus: / nominative/accusative/vocative neuter pluralaccusative form-of neuter nominative plural vocative
birotaLatinadjablative feminine singular of birotusablative feminine form-of singular
birotaLatinnouna cabrioletdeclension-1 feminine
birotaLatinnouna bicycleNew-Latin declension-1 feminine
biträdeSwedishnounassistance, help, adviceneuter
biträdeSwedishnounan assistant, a deputyneuter
biträdeSwedishnouncounsel (lawyer)lawneuter
black swanEnglishnounCygnus atratus, a swan with black plumage and a red bill which is endemic to Australia.
black swanEnglishnounSomething believed impossible or not to exist, especially if an example is subsequently found; also, something extremely rare; a rara avis.figuratively
black swanEnglishnounA rare and hard-to-predict event with major consequences.also attributive figuratively specifically
blødaNorwegian Nynorskverbto lose blood; to bleed
blødaNorwegian Nynorskverbto emit blood
blødaNorwegian Nynorskverbto emit a red or reddish glowpoetic
blødaNorwegian Nynorskverbto pay a price for
blīþizProto-Germanicadjserene, mildreconstruction
blīþizProto-Germanicadjpleasant, pleasing, delightful, friendlyreconstruction
boechtDutchnounjunkBrabant
boechtDutchnounbad, disgusting, annoying people; scumBrabant broadly
breinloosDutchadjbrainless, emptyheadedperson
breinloosDutchadjmindless, stupid
breweMiddle EnglishverbAlternative form of brewenalt-of alternative
breweMiddle EnglishnounAn eyebrow; the hair above the eyes.
breweMiddle EnglishnounA rise on the side of a river.rare
brigliaItaliannounreinfeminine
brigliaItaliannounbridlefeminine
brusaireIrishnoundowny youthmasculine
brusaireIrishnounsaucy personmasculine
brusaireIrishnounAlternative form of breabhsaire (“spruce, sprightly, person”)alt-of alternative masculine
brusznicaPolishnouncowberry, lingonberry, mountain cranberry, partridgeberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea)feminine
brusznicaPolishnouncowberry, lingonberry, mountain cranberry, partridgeberry (berry)feminine
buzzsawEnglishnounA circular saw.
buzzsawEnglishnounSomeone or something that makes a loud, harsh, grinding or rasping noise, like that of a circular saw.slang
buzzsawEnglishnounThe MG 42 general-purpose machine gun.slang
buzzsawEnglishnounA violently destructive attack.slang
buzzsawEnglishnounOne who attacks violently and/or mindlessly.
buzzsawEnglishverbTo cut with a circular saw.transitive
buzzsawEnglishverbTo spin rapidly like the blades of a circular saw.colloquial intransitive
buzzsawEnglishverbTo produce a loud, harsh noise like that of a circular saw.colloquial intransitive transitive
bēbisLatviannouna baby, an infant or a toddlercolloquial masculine
bēbisLatviannouna childish, immature personfiguratively masculine
caesorLatinnounhewer, chopper, cutterdeclension-3 masculine
caesorLatinnounkiller, murdererdeclension-3 masculine
caesorLatinnounone who fells smth., fellerdeclension-3 masculine
canisLatinnouna dog, a hound (animal)declension-3 feminine masculine
canisLatinnouna ‘dog’ constellation or ‘dog’ star: either Canis Major, its brightest star Sirius; or Canis Minor, its brightest star Procyondeclension-3 feminine masculine
canisLatinnouna dog, a hound, a bounder, a blackguard, a cad, a heel (foul person)declension-3 feminine masculine
canisLatinnouna dog, a creature (human parasite or follower who depends on someone with great power and resources and bends to their will)declension-3 feminine masculine
canisLatinnouna tiger, a dragon, a savage (a fierce or enraged person)declension-3 feminine masculine
canisLatinadjdative/ablative masculine/feminine/neuter plural of cānusablative dative feminine form-of masculine neuter plural
canisLatinverbsecond-person singular present active indicative of canōactive form-of indicative present second-person singular
cariarsiItalianverbreflexive of cariareform-of reflexive
cariarsiItalianverbto decay (of teeth)
cașcavalRomaniannouna type of hard or semihard sheep cheese (dairy product)neuter
cașcavalRomaniannounmoney, cashneuter slang
ceindreFrenchverbto gird, put on (clothes, which fit around a part of the body)transitive
ceindreFrenchverbto wrap roundtransitive
ceindreFrenchverbto don (an item of ceremonious clothing)figuratively
celebroLatinverbto go to a place or person in large numbers or often; throng, frequent, fillconjugation-1
celebroLatinverbto practise, employ, exercise, repeatconjugation-1
celebroLatinverbto celebrate, solemnize, hold (a festival); honor, praise, celebrate in songconjugation-1
celebroLatinverbto proclaim, publish, make something knownconjugation-1
cercearGalicianverbto shave (the head)
cercearGalicianverbto cut or reap by the roots
cereusLatinadjof wax, waxenadjective declension-1 declension-2
cereusLatinadjof the colour of waxadjective declension-1 declension-2
cereusLatinadjof the properties of wax; soft, pliantadjective declension-1 declension-2
cereusLatinadjeasily moved, swayed or persuadedadjective declension-1 declension-2 figuratively
cereusLatinnouna wax taper or light, particularly those that were brought by clients to their patrons as presents at the time of the Saturnaliadeclension-2
chaymantaQuechuaadjfrom that or from theremedial
chaymantaQuechuaadjabout that
chest coldEnglishnounNon-specialist term for acute bronchitis, a short-term inflammation of the bronchi and lungs.medicine sciences
chest coldEnglishnounA common cold or similar ailment characterized by coughing or other thoracic symptoms.
chiếm lĩnhVietnameseverbto capture; to occupy; to hold
chiếm lĩnhVietnameseverbto dominate; to control
choppeDutchnounchuppah, wedding canopyJudaism feminine
choppeDutchnounchuppah, wedding ceremonyJudaism feminine figuratively
chuǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 摤
chuǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 漺
chuǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 磠/硵
chuǎngMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 闖/闯
chuẩnVietnamesenounstandard
chuẩnVietnameseadjconforming to standard
chuẩnVietnameseadjfitting
chuẩnVietnameseadjcorrect; spot-oncolloquial
chéneauFrenchnouneavesdrop (space around a house on which rain water drips)masculine
chéneauFrenchnounguttermasculine
cicchettareItalianverbto tipple (to enjoy small amounts of alcohol)intransitive
cicchettareItalianverbto prime (a motor)transitive
ciferoEsperantonounfigure (numeric)
ciferoEsperantonounnumeral, digit
cinematicEnglishadjOf or relating to the cinema.
cinematicEnglishadjResembling a professional motion picture.
cinematicEnglishadjRelating to kinematics; kinematic.dated
cinematicEnglishnounA cut scene.video-games
cinneadhIrishnounverbal noun of cinnform-of masculine noun-from-verb
cinneadhIrishnoundetermination, decision, ascertainmentmasculine
cinneadhIrishnoundecisionhobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
cinneadhIrishnounfinding, conclusionmasculine
cinneadhIrishverbautonomous past indicative of cinnautonomous form-of indicative past
cinneadhIrishverbinflection of cinn: / analytic past subjunctiveanalytic form-of past subjunctive
cinneadhIrishverbinflection of cinn: / third-person singular imperativeform-of imperative singular third-person
cirkelSwedishnouna circle (shape)common-gender
cirkelSwedishnouna circle (process leading back to its initial point)common-gender
cirkelSwedishnouna circle (group of people)common-gender
clayishEnglishadjResembling clay.
clayishEnglishadjContaining clay.
codiWelshverbto get up, rise, ascendintransitive transitive
codiWelshverbto raise, lift, arouse, startintransitive transitive
codiWelshverbto increaseintransitive transitive
codiWelshverbto rear, raiseintransitive transitive
codiWelshverbto growintransitive transitive
codiWelshverbto buildintransitive transitive
codiWelshverbto withdrawintransitive transitive
conferveoLatinverbto boil or seethe togetherconjugation-2 impersonal no-supine
conferveoLatinverbto heal or grow togetherconjugation-2 impersonal no-supine
confessarCatalanverbto confessBalearic Central Valencian intransitive transitive
confessarCatalanverbto confess [+ amb (object) = to] / to confessBalearic Central Valencian
conflateEnglishverbTo combine or mix together.
conflateEnglishverbTo fail to properly distinguish or keep separate (things); to mistakenly treat (them) as equivalent.broadly
conflateEnglishverbTo deliberately draw a false equivalence or association, typically in a tacit or implicit manner as propaganda and/or an intentional distortion or misrepresentation of the subject matter.broadly
conflateEnglishadjCombining elements from multiple versions of the same text.not-comparable
conflateEnglishnounA conflate text, one which conflates multiple version of a text together.
convinceEnglishverbTo make someone believe, or feel sure about something, especially by using logic, argument or evidence.
convinceEnglishverbTo persuade.
convinceEnglishverbTo overcome, conquer, vanquish.obsolete transitive
convinceEnglishverbTo confute; to prove wrong.obsolete transitive
convinceEnglishverbTo prove guilty; to convict.obsolete transitive
coruscoLatinverbto shake, brandish, wave, move aboutconjugation-1 transitive
coruscoLatinverbto shake, vibrate, flitconjugation-1 intransitive uncommon
coruscoLatinverbto strike or flash lightningconjugation-1 impersonal personal rare
coruscoLatinverbto flash, coruscate, gleamconjugation-1 figuratively
coruscoLatinadjdative/ablative masculine/neuter singular of coruscusablative dative form-of masculine neuter singular
coruscoLatinnoundative/ablative singular of coruscumablative dative form-of singular
cotizaciónSpanishnounprice quote, appraisalfeminine
cotizaciónSpanishnouncontributionfeminine
cristianFriulianadjChristianmasculine
cristianFriulianadjgood, decentmasculine
cristianFriulianadjcharitablemasculine
cristianFriuliannounChristianmasculine
cristianFriuliannounman, person, fellow, human beingmasculine
cristianFriuliannounhusbandmasculine
cruthOld Irishnounform, shapemasculine
cruthOld Irishnounmanner, waymasculine
cryo-Englishprefixcold, freezingmorpheme
cryo-Englishprefixcryonicsmorpheme
cuprindeRomanianverbto comprehendconjugation-3
cuprindeRomanianverbto contain, comprise, cover, include, encompass, involveconjugation-3
cuprindeRomanianverb(chiefly Moldova (country)) to embrace / to embraceconjugation-3
cuprindeRomanianverbto reckonconjugation-3
cuprindeRomanianverbto overpower, seizeconjugation-3
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 叄
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 叅
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 孭/𱙷
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 掺
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 摻/掺
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 澯
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 燦/灿
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 璨
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 粲
cànMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 薒
cãrunãAromaniannouncrownfeminine
cãrunãAromaniannounwreath, garlandfeminine
Vietnameseadjold, but not ancient; compare cổ (“ancient”) and già (of a lifeform)
Vietnameseadjobsoletehuman-sciences linguistics sciences semantics
Vietnameseadjsecondhand (not new; previously owned and used by another)
Vietnameseadjformer
Vietnameseadjno longer close
cốt tuỷVietnamesenounbone marrowanatomy medicine sciences
cốt tuỷVietnamesenounquintessence; essence
damhScottish Gaelicnounox, bullockmasculine
damhScottish Gaelicnounstag (usually of red deer)masculine
dauberEnglishnounOne who, or that which, daubs; especially, a coarse, unskillful painter.derogatory
dauberEnglishnounA pad or ball of rags, covered with canvas, for inking plates.
dauberEnglishnounA type of thick marker pen used to mark a bingo card.
dauberEnglishnounA low and gross flatterer.archaic
dauberEnglishnounThe mud wasp; the mud dauber.
decorrereItalianverbto run downwardarchaic intransitive literary rare
decorrereItalianverbto begin to be recognized or calculated; to take effect [+ da (object)] / to begin to be recognized or calculated; to take effectintransitive
decorrereItalianverbto pass, to elapse (of time)intransitive
decorrereItalianverbto extend along an axisbiology botany natural-sciencesintransitive
demiluneEnglishadjIn the shape of a half-moon, i.e. semicircular.architecture furniture lifestylenot-comparable
demiluneEnglishnounA fortification constructed beyond the main ditch of a fortress, and in front of the curtain between two bastions, intended to defend the curtain; a ravelin.architecture government military politics war
demiluneEnglishnounA crescentic mass of granular protoplasm present in the salivary glands.biology natural-sciences
demurEnglishverbTo linger; to stay; to tarryintransitive obsolete
demurEnglishverbTo delay; to pause; to suspend proceedings or judgment in view of a doubt or difficulty; to hesitate; to put off the determination or conclusion of an affair.intransitive
demurEnglishverbTo scruple or object; to take exception; to oppose; to balkintransitive
demurEnglishverbTo interpose a demurrer.lawintransitive
demurEnglishverbTo suspend judgment concerning; to doubt of or hesitate aboutobsolete transitive
demurEnglishverbTo cause delay to; to put offobsolete transitive
demurEnglishnounAn act of hesitation as to proceeding; a scruple; also, a suspension of action or decision; a pause, a stop.
depelloLatinverbto drive out or away; remove, expel, repelconjugation-3
depelloLatinverbto drive, thrust or cast downconjugation-3
depelloLatinverbto drive or push away or dislodge an enemy from his positiongovernment military politics warconjugation-3
depelloLatinverbto thrust out or remove from a situation, avertconjugation-3
depelloLatinverbto deter, divert, dissuade fromconjugation-3
depelloLatinverbto remove from the breast, weanconjugation-3
depeszaPolishnountelegram (message sent by telegraph)feminine
depeszaPolishnounwire copy (news item published by a news agency or a wire service)journalism mediafeminine
dethroneEnglishverbTo depose; to forcibly relieve a monarch of the monarchy.
dethroneEnglishverbTo remove any governing authority from power.
dethroneEnglishverbTo remove from any position of high status or power.
dethroneEnglishverbTo remove (something) from a position of power or paramount importance.figuratively
devaloGaliciannoundeclinemasculine
devaloGaliciannounebbmasculine
devaloGaliciannounwaning moonmasculine
devaloGalicianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of devalarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
dialecticalEnglishadjOf, or pertaining to dialectic; (in philosophy) logically reasoned through the exchange of opposing ideas.
dialecticalEnglishadjSynonym of dialectal (“of, or peculiar to a dialect”)
dishonouredEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of dishonourform-of participle past
dishonouredEnglishadjDisgraced, defiled, treated with dishonour.
disiplinTurkishnoundiscipline (controlled behaviour)
disiplinTurkishnounthe jury for discipline matters in a school
disiplinTurkishnoundoctrine
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounThe nature or state of something (either inherent or current): / Disposition; the emotional state or feelings that one is experiencing.
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounThe nature or state of something (either inherent or current): / A quality or factor that influences the nature or state of something.
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounThe nature or state of something (either inherent or current): / The purported influence of the constellations on people.astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounPreparing or readying; the act of making oneself ready.
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounArranging; the planning of a layout or a blueprint.
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounThe action of directing, instructing, or commanding; using one's control.
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounThe state of being able to direct, instruct, or command; control.
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounThe state of being able to make decisions or choices.
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounA directive, instruction, or command; an act of those in power.
disposiciounMiddle EnglishnounOne's place in life or society.rare
dolDutchadjcrazy, silly, mad
dolDutchadjmindless, reckless; irate
dolDutchadjstripped, turning without gripping (of screws and screwthreads, taps, keys &c.)
dolDutchnounthole(-pin)nautical transportmasculine
dolDutchnounrowlock, oarlocknautical transportmasculine
dolDutchverbinflection of dollen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
dolDutchverbinflection of dollen: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
doorvertellenDutchverbto continue telling (a story)intransitive
doorvertellenDutchverbto pass on (by word of mouth)transitive
doublingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of doubleform-of gerund participle present
doublingEnglishnounThe process or an instance of making something double; a multiplication by two. [from :Template:SAFESUBST:#invoke:ordinal c.] / The process or an instance of making something double; a multiplication by two.countable uncountable
doublingEnglishnounThe act of turning around, or doubling back. [from :Template:SAFESUBST:#invoke:ordinal c.] / The act of turning around, or doubling back.countable uncountable
doublingEnglishnounA pleat or fold. [from :Template:SAFESUBST:#invoke:ordinal c.] / A pleat or fold.countable uncountable
doublingEnglishnounA trick; double-dealing.archaic countable uncountable
drykkrOld Norsenouna drink, the act of drinkingmasculine
drykkrOld Norsenouna beveragemasculine
drykkrOld Norsenoundraughtmasculine
dróttningOld Norsenouna mistressfeminine
dróttningOld Norsenouna queenfeminine
dróttningOld Norsenouna princessfeminine
dubhIrishadjblack
dubhIrishadjblack-haired
dubhIrishadjblack (color)masculine noun-from-verb
eachtraIrishnounepisode, incident, affair, proceeding, eventfeminine
eachtraIrishnountalefeminine
eachtraIrishnounexperiencefeminine
eachtraIrishnounanecdotefeminine
egészségügyiHungarianadjhealth, medical (of or relating to health care)not-comparable
egészségügyiHungarianadjhygienic, sanitary (of or relating to hygiene)not-comparable
ekstaasiFinnishnounecstasy (intense pleasure)
ekstaasiFinnishnounecstasy, trance (frenzy or rapture associated with mystic or prophetic exaltation)
ekstaasiFinnishnounecstasy (drug)
ekstaasiFinnishnounMDMA, methylenedioxymethamphetamine (active chemical compound in this drug)chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
engluerFrenchverbto birdlime
engluerFrenchverbto get bogged downreflexive
enormitàItaliannounhugeness, enormity, vastness, enormousnessfeminine invariable
enormitàItaliannounenormity, absurdityfeminine invariable
envoyEnglishnounA diplomatic agent of the second rank, next in status after an ambassador.law
envoyEnglishnounA representative.
envoyEnglishnounA diplomat.
envoyEnglishnounA messenger.
envoyEnglishnounAlternative spelling of envoi (“short stanza at end of poem”)communications journalism literature media poetry publishing writingalt-of alternative
erēšumAkkadianverbto sow, plant, plough and seed
erēšumAkkadianverbto cultivate (a field)
espiarPortugueseverbto spy (to act as a spy)
espiarPortugueseverbto peek; to peep
espàtulaCatalannounspatula (kitchen utensil)feminine
espàtulaCatalannounspoonbill (wading bird)feminine
essenceEnglishnounThe inherent nature of a thing or idea.countable uncountable
essenceEnglishnounThe true nature of anything, not accidental or illusory.human-sciences philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
essenceEnglishnounConstituent substance.countable uncountable
essenceEnglishnounA being; especially, a purely spiritual being.countable uncountable
essenceEnglishnounA significant feature of something.countable uncountable
essenceEnglishnounThe concentrated form of a plant or drug obtained through a distillation process.countable uncountable
essenceEnglishnounAn extract or concentrate obtained from a plant or other matter used for flavouring, or as a restorative.countable uncountable
essenceEnglishnounFragrance, a perfume.countable uncountable
esturruxarGalicianverbto brown (food)transitive
esturruxarGalicianverbto burn or scorchtransitive
ethnicEnglishadjOf or relating to a group of people having common racial, ancestral, national, religious or cultural origins.
ethnicEnglishadjCharacteristic of a foreign or a minority group's culture.
ethnicEnglishadjRepresentative of a folk or traditional mode of expression.
ethnicEnglishadjHeathen, not Jewish, Christian, or Muslim.historical
ethnicEnglishnounAn ethnic person, especially a foreigner or member of an immigrant community.
ethnicEnglishnounA heathen, a pagan.archaic
ethnicEnglishnounThe demonym of an Ancient Greek city.
fargaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of farge: / simple pastform-of past
fargaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of farge: / past participleform-of participle past
faroGaliciannounlighthousemasculine
faroGaliciannounheadlight (of a vehicle)masculine
fasciculateEnglishadjHaving fascicles.not-comparable
fasciculateEnglishadjBranching, with many lines extending from one point, as in a few Choicensisphinctes ammonites.biology malacology natural-sciencesnot-comparable
fasciculateEnglishnounSynonym of fasciculation
fasciculateEnglishverbTo cause to become fasciculate.
felicityEnglishnounHappiness; (countable) an instance of this.uncountable
felicityEnglishnounAn apt and pleasing style in speech, writing, etc.; (countable) an apt and pleasing choice of words.uncountable
felicityEnglishnounGood luck; success; (countable) An instance of unexpected good luck; a stroke of luck; also, a lucky characteristic.rare uncountable
felicityEnglishnounReproduction of a sign with fidelity.human-sciences linguistics sciences semioticsuncountable
felicityEnglishnounSomething that is either a source of happiness or particularly apt.countable
ferreusLatinadjiron, made of ironadjective declension-1 declension-2
ferreusLatinadjlike or pertaining to ironadjective declension-1 declension-2
ferreusLatinadjhard, crueladjective declension-1 declension-2
ferreusLatinadjfirm, immovable, rigidadjective declension-1 declension-2
fetesEnglishnounplural of feteform-of plural
fetesEnglishverbthird-person singular simple present indicative of feteform-of indicative present singular third-person
finishingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of finishform-of gerund participle present
finishingEnglishnounThe act of completing something.
finishingEnglishnounShooting ability.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle soccer sports
finishingEnglishnounThe final work upon or ornamentation of a thing; finish.
flag of convenienceEnglishnounRegistration of a ship in a country chosen for its low taxes, permissive regulations, and so on.figuratively
flag of convenienceEnglishnounThe flag flown by a ship so registered (which flag then corresponds to the country of registration).literally
flag on the playEnglishnounA penalty flag.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportsslang uncountable
flag on the playEnglishnounUsed to indicate a problem or issue.US informal slang uncommon uncountable
flamingoDutchnounA flamingo, bird of the family Phoenicopteridaemasculine
flamingoDutchnounThe greater flamingo, Phoenicopterus roseusmasculine
flamingoDutchnounSynonym of rode ibisSuriname masculine
floreioPortuguesenounflourish; ornamentationmasculine
floreioPortuguesenounelegance of writing stylemasculine
floreioPortugueseverbfirst-person singular present indicative of florearfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
forheksaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of forhekse: / simple pastform-of past
forheksaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of forhekse: / past participleform-of participle past
fremstilleNorwegian Bokmålverbto depict, represent
fremstilleNorwegian Bokmålverbto act, play, portray
fremstilleNorwegian Bokmålverbto make, manufacture, produce
fremstilleNorwegian Bokmålverbto present
fremstilleNorwegian Bokmålverbto give an account / version of
fremstilleNorwegian Bokmålverbfremstille for retten - bring before the court
freoOld Englishadjfree, at liberty; exempt
freoOld Englishadjnoble, gladpoetic
freoOld Englishnouna free man, man
freoOld Englishnouna woman
friaSwedishadjinflection of fri: ## definite singular ## plural / definite singulardefinite form-of singular
friaSwedishadjinflection of fri: ## definite singular ## plural / pluralform-of plural
friaSwedishverbto propose; to ask for one's hand in marriage
friaSwedishverbto acquit; to clean someone from suspicions of wrongdoing; to find not guilty
friaSwedishverbto not blow the whistle, to let the game play on
frodigSwedishadjlush
frodigSwedishadjfertile, richfiguratively
frodigSwedishadjfat (and good-natured)figuratively
fueranAsturianverbthird-person plural pluperfect indicative of serform-of indicative pluperfect plural third-person
fueranAsturianverbthird-person plural imperfect subjunctive of serform-of imperfect plural subjunctive third-person
fulaninkielinenFinnishadjFula, Fula-language (expressed in Fula language)
fulaninkielinenFinnishadjFula-speaking
gammalgrekiskSwedishadjAncient Greek (of or pertaining to the language)not-comparable
gammalgrekiskSwedishadjAncient Greek (of or pertaining to Ancient Greece)not-comparable
ganadoSpanishadjgained, earned
ganadoSpanishadjbeaten
ganadoSpanishnounlivestock, cattlemasculine
ganadoSpanishnounherd (group of animals)masculine
ganadoSpanishnounswarm (group of bees)masculine
ganadoSpanishnounswarm (mass of people in a turmoil)colloquial masculine
ganadoSpanishverbpast participle of ganarform-of participle past
genomewideEnglishadjThroughout a genome.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
genomewideEnglishadvThroughout a genome.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
giganteSpanishadjgiant, giganticfeminine masculine
giganteSpanishnoungiantmasculine
giganteSpanishnounjuggernautmasculine
gjeldaNorwegian Nynorskverbto be valid
gjeldaNorwegian Nynorskverbto count, matter (be of significance)
gjeldaNorwegian Nynorskverbto regard, concern (have to do with)
gjeldaNorwegian Nynorskverbto geld, castrate
gjeldaNorwegian Nynorsknoundefinite singular of gjelddefinite feminine form-of singular
glegScotsadjsmart, quick, brisk
glegScotsadjalert, quick-witted, keen in sight, hearing, etc.
glegScotsadjintelligent, adroit, skilful
glegScotsadjsharp
glewenMiddle EnglishverbTo play music or songs; to please with music.
glewenMiddle EnglishverbTo celebrate; to have fun rise in mirth or gaiety.
glewenMiddle EnglishverbTo cause to be happy; to satisfy.rare
glewenMiddle EnglishverbTo supplicate.rare
glewenMiddle EnglishverbTo glue (to each other); to connect with adhesive.
glewenMiddle EnglishverbTo connect together; to unify, link, or shut; to cause two things to come connected.
glewenMiddle EnglishverbTo rub with an adhesive substance.
glewenMiddle EnglishverbTo embed; to install into something.rare
glewenMiddle EnglishverbTo render oneself culpable or connected to something.rare
glitterEnglishnounA bright, sparkling light; shininess or brilliance.countable uncountable
glitterEnglishnounA shiny, decorative adornment, sometimes sprinkled on glue to make simple artwork.countable uncountable
glitterEnglishnounGlitz.countable figuratively uncountable
glitterEnglishverbTo sparkle with light; to shine with a brilliant and broken light or showy luster; to gleam.
glitterEnglishverbTo be showy, specious, or striking, and hence attractive.
glosso-EnglishprefixOf or pertaining to the tongue.anatomy medicine sciencesmorpheme
glosso-EnglishprefixOf or pertaining to language or speech.human-sciences linguistics sciencesmorpheme
glycerolEnglishnoun1,2,3-trihydroxy-propane or propan-1,2,3-triol; a trihydric alcoholchemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciencescountable uncountable
glycerolEnglishnounA syrupy sweet liquid obtained as a by-product in the manufacture of soap from animal or vegetable oils and fats; it is used as an antifreeze, a plasticizer, and a food sweetener and in the manufacture of dynamite, cosmetics etc.countable uncountable
gradientEnglishnounA slope or incline.
gradientEnglishnounA rate of inclination or declination of a slope.
gradientEnglishnounThe ratio of the rates of change of a dependent variable and an independent variable, the slope of a curve's tangent.calculus mathematics sciences
gradientEnglishnounThe rate at which a physical quantity increases or decreases relative to change in a given variable, especially distance.sciences
gradientEnglishnounA differential operator that maps each point of a scalar field to a vector pointed in the direction of the greatest rate of change of the scalar. Notation for a scalar field φ: ∇φcalculus mathematics sciences
gradientEnglishnounA gradual change in color; a color gradient; gradation.
gradientEnglishadjMoving by steps; walking.not-comparable
gradientEnglishadjRising or descending by regular degrees of inclination.not-comparable
gradientEnglishadjAdapted for walking, as the feet of certain birds.not-comparable
grainedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of grainform-of participle past
grainedEnglishadjHaving a grain or grains.not-comparable
grainedEnglishadjStained with an imitation wood grain.not-comparable
grainedEnglishadjHaving a specified type of grain.in-compounds not-comparable
grapefruitDutchnoungrapefruit (tree of the species Citrus paradisi)masculine
grapefruitDutchnoungrapefruit (fruit produced by the tree of the species Citrus paradisi)masculine
gunawTagalognoundeluge; great flood
gunawTagalognounend of the world; destruction of all things
gunawTagalogadjfully flooded; overwhelmed with flood
gytiLithuanianverbto heal
gytiLithuanianverbto recover
hamk'aQuechuaadjtoasted
hamk'aQuechuanountoasted maize, grains, or legumes
hawiliSwahiliverbto transfer
hawiliSwahiliverbto change, alter
hellyttäväFinnishadjendearingendearing
hellyttäväFinnishverbpresent active participle of hellyttääactive form-of participle present
hexamerEnglishnounAn oligomer having six subunits
hexamerEnglishnounA subunit of a viral capsid
hiilikuituFinnishnouncarbon fiber (filament)
hiilikuituFinnishnounEllipsis of hiilikuitukomposiitti (“graphite composite”). (lightweight, stiff composite material made with carbon fibers)abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
historieNorwegian Nynorsknounhistoryfeminine
historieNorwegian Nynorsknouna storyfeminine
històriaCatalannounhistoryfeminine
històriaCatalannounstory, talefeminine
horreoLatinverbto stand erect, stand on endconjugation-2 no-supine
horreoLatinverbto tremble, shiverconjugation-2 no-supine
horreoLatinverbto dread, be afraid ofconjugation-2 no-supine
horreoLatinverbto be frightfulconjugation-2 no-supine
horreoLatinadjdative/ablative singular of horreumablative dative form-of singular
hotchpotchEnglishnounAlternative form of hodgepodge (“miscellaneous collection”).alt-of alternative
hotchpotchEnglishnounAlternative form of hodgepodge (“mixture of ingredients”).alt-of alternative
hotchpotchEnglishnounThe blending together of property so as to achieve equal division, especially in the case of divorce or intestacy.
hotchpotchEnglishnounA kind of mutton broth with green peas instead of barley or rice.archaic
housekeepingEnglishnounThe chores of maintaining a house as a residence, especially cleaning.countable uncountable
housekeepingEnglishnounAny general tasks that involve preparation.countable uncountable
housekeepingEnglishnounHospitality; a liberal and hospitable table; a supply of provisions.countable uncountable
Portugueseverbinflection of haver: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
Portugueseverbinflection of haver: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
iernotteItalianadvAlternative form of ieri nottealt-of alternative rare
iernotteItalianadvAlternative form of ieri notte / last nightrare
ignoranzaItaliannounignorancefeminine
ignoranzaItaliannounrudeness, boorishnessfeminine
ikanapulog waloCebuanoadjeighteenth; 18th
ikanapulog waloCebuanonounthe eighteenth place; below the seventeenth and above the nineteenth ranks
ikanapulog waloCebuanonounthe eighteenth placer; one (person or object) who is in the eighteenth place
ikanapulog waloCebuanoadveighteenth timeadverbial ordinal
ilayaTagalognounnorthern or upper part of a town or communitygeography natural-sciences
ilayaTagalognounnorthbroadly
ilayaTagalognouninterior part of a town or countrygeography natural-sciences
ilayaTagalogverbto set something free
imposerFrenchverbto impose
imposerFrenchverbto tax (a person, a product), or to impose (a tax)
imposerFrenchverbto triumph, to winreflexive
imposerFrenchverbto establish oneself, to make a name for oneselfreflexive
imposerFrenchverbto be required, to be called forreflexive
inabilitareItalianverbto disabletransitive
inabilitareItalianverbto make unfittransitive
indigesteFrenchadjindigestible; heavy on the stomach, stodgy
indigesteFrenchadjindigestible, heavyfiguratively
inferEnglishverbTo introduce (something) as a reasoned conclusion; to conclude by reasoning or deduction, as from premises or evidence.transitive
inferEnglishverbTo lead to (something) as a consequence; to imply.often proscribed transitive
inferEnglishverbTo cause, inflict (something) upon or to someone.obsolete
inferEnglishverbTo introduce (a subject) in speaking, writing etc.; to bring in, to adduce.obsolete
infernalSpanishadjhell; infernal (of or relating to hell)feminine masculine relational
infernalSpanishadjinfernal, hellish (diabolical, fiendish)feminine masculine
infernalSpanishadjinfernal, hellish, hellacious, hell of (very annoying, damned)feminine masculine
infitias eoLatinverbto denyirregular transitive
infitias eoLatinverbto defend an action at lawlawirregular transitive
inhibitEnglishverbTo hold in or hold back; to keep in check; restrain.transitive
inhibitEnglishverbTo recuse.Philippines
iniettoreItaliannouninjectormasculine
iniettoreItaliannounprimer (fuel injector)masculine
inspektorPolishnouninspector (person employed to inspect something)masculine person
inspektorPolishnouninspector (police officer ranking below superintendent)government law-enforcementmasculine person
intensive careEnglishnounThe support and monitoring of critically ill patients, especially by the use of instrumentation and specialized staff and equipment.medicine sciencesuncountable
intensive careEnglishnounEllipsis of intensive care unit.medicine sciencesabbreviation alt-of colloquial ellipsis uncountable
inzamelenDutchverbto gather together, to collect (from somewhere, e.g. charity)transitive
inzamelenDutchverbto reap
iszonyatosanHungarianadvhorribly, terribly
iszonyatosanHungarianadvtremendously, extremely, supremely
japaninmispeliFinnishnounloquat, Eriobotrya japonicabiology botany natural-sciences
japaninmispeliFinnishnounthe fruit of that tree
jauheFinnishnounpowder (fine particles of any dry substance)
jauheFinnishnoungrit (collection of hard small materials)
javaHungariannounthe best (part) (the best or most important part of something)uncountable
javaHungariannounsomeone’s benefit, advantage, interestuncountable
jelölHungarianverbto mark, flag, indicate (with a symbol: -val/-vel)transitive
jelölHungarianverbto mark as someone or something (with -nak/-nek)transitive
jelölHungarianverbto nominate for, propose as (e.g. a candidate; to become someone with certain rights: -nak/-nek, for a position or an award: -ra/-re)transitive
jugadorCatalannounplayermasculine
jugadorCatalannoungamblermasculine
jännittäväFinnishadjthrilling, exciting
jännittäväFinnishadjinteresting (strange or unusual)informal
jännittäväFinnishverbpresent active participle of jännittääactive form-of participle present
jöönöYe'kwananounthe great tinamou, Tinamus major
jöönöYe'kwananounthe white-throated tinamou, Tinamus guttatus
kaakkiFinnishnounnag (old useless horse)
kaakkiFinnishnounnag, hack (disparaging term for a horse)derogatory
kaitIndonesiannounhook / a rod bent into a curved shape, typically with one end free and the other end secured to a rope or other attachment.
kaitIndonesiannounhook / a snare; a trapfiguratively
kaitIndonesiannounhook / part of a system's operation that can be intercepted to change or augment its behaviour.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
kaitIndonesiannounspace between lines, see ⏎media publishing typography
kaitIndonesiannounserif: a short line added to the end of a stroke in traditional typefaces.media publishing typography
kaitIndonesiannouncomplication
kaitIndonesianverbinfinitive of mengaitform-of infinitive
kamukhaTagalogadjsimilar in appearance
kamukhaTagalognounlook-alike
kantavaFinnishadjsupporting
kantavaFinnishadjbearing, load-bearing
kantavaFinnishadjgravid, pregnant (animal)
kantavaFinnishadjbooming (of sound, loud and resonant)
kantavaFinnishverbpresent active participle of kantaaactive form-of participle present
kattarPalinoundoer, actor; makermasculine
kattarPalinounthe subject, taking on the nominative casegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesmasculine
kdaSerbo-Croatianadvever, sometimesKajkavian
kdaSerbo-CroatianconjwhenKajkavian
keimManxnounphase, step, degree, stagefeminine
keimManxnoundegreeeducationfeminine
keratonIndonesiannounpalace.
keratonIndonesiannounkingdom.
klaidingasLithuanianadjerroneous
klaidingasLithuanianadjwrong, false
klaidingasLithuanianadjinflection of klaidingas: ## vocative masculine singular ## accusative feminine plural / vocative masculine singularform-of masculine singular vocative
klaidingasLithuanianadjinflection of klaidingas: ## vocative masculine singular ## accusative feminine plural / accusative feminine pluralaccusative feminine form-of plural
komedieDanishnouncomedybroadcasting drama dramaturgy entertainment film lifestyle media television theatercommon-gender
komedieDanishnounfarce, bad behaviourcommon-gender
kontakTagalognouncontact (establishment of communication)
kontakTagalognouncontact (someone with whom one is in communication)
kottEstoniannounbag
kottEstoniannounsack
kottEstoniannounpocketgovernment military politics war
kottEstoniannounballs, testiclescolloquial in-plural
kottEstoniannouna big clumsy boot
kowiChoctawnounbobcat, wildcatalienable
kowiChoctawnountiger, panther, jaguaralienable
kowiChoctawnounmilealienable
kryptoSwedishnouncipher, method of converting plaintext into ciphertextneuter
kryptoSwedishnounciphertext, encoded messageneuter
krølleNorwegian Nynorskverbto curl (e.g. hair)also reflexive
krølleNorwegian Nynorskverbto wrinklealso reflexive
krølleNorwegian Nynorskverbkrølle saman: to crumple (something)
kurkkumätäFinnishnoundiphtheriamedicine pathology sciences
kurkkumätäFinnishnoundamage to an axe caused by overstrikes which can eventually cause the head to break off
känna sigSwedishverbto feel (a particular way)reflexive
känna sigSwedishverbto feel around (with one's hands, in a fumbling manner)reflexive
kökrekProto-Turkicnounbreastreconstruction
kökrekProto-Turkicnounfemale breastreconstruction
költözikHungarianverbto move houseintransitive
költözikHungarianverbto move, migrate, transfer (to a new dwelling)figuratively intransitive literary
küspeTurkishnounoil cake, the solid residue remaining after any oilseed has been pressed to remove the vegetable oil
küspeTurkishnounpulp, fruitflesh, the fleshy part of a fruit, as opposed to the juice or the kernel
lachtachIrishadjlactic, milky / tearfulnot-comparable
lachtachIrishadjlactic, milky / Alternative form of leachtach (“liquid”)alt-of alternative not-comparable
lanceolatusLatinadjarmed with a lanceadjective declension-1 declension-2
lanceolatusLatinadjhaving the form of a lance; lanceolateadjective declension-1 declension-2
land crabEnglishnounAny of the land-based crabs of the family Gecarcinidae.
land crabEnglishnounAny of various other crabs of terrestrial habits, such as of the families Gecarcinucidae and Sesarmidae.
lapinNormannounrabbitGuernsey masculine
lapinNormannoun1903, Edgar MacCulloch, “Proverbs, Weather Sayings, etc.”, in Guernsey Folk Lore, page 516: Où 'est qu'il y a du crottin, il y a du lapìn. Where you see their droppings, you may expect to find rabbits. / 1903, Edgar MacCulloch, “Proverbs, Weather Sayings, etc.”, in Guernsey Folk Lore, page 516masculine
lapinNormannoun1903, Edgar MacCulloch, “Proverbs, Weather Sayings, etc.”, in Guernsey Folk Lore, page 516: Où 'est qu'il y a du crottin, il y a du lapìn. Where you see their droppings, you may expect to find rabbits. / Où 'est qu'il y a du crottin, il y a du lapìn.masculine
lapinNormannoun1903, Edgar MacCulloch, “Proverbs, Weather Sayings, etc.”, in Guernsey Folk Lore, page 516: Où 'est qu'il y a du crottin, il y a du lapìn. Where you see their droppings, you may expect to find rabbits. / Where you see their droppings, you may expect to find rabbits.masculine
lariItaliannounhousehold godsinvariable masculine
lariItaliannounhousehold deitiesinvariable masculine
levélHungariannounleaf (thin, flattened organ of most vegetative plants)
levélHungariannounletter (form of written communication sent by mail or delivered in person)
levélHungariannounemail (message sent from one computer to another)Internet
levélHungariannoundocument, certificate (document containing a certified statement)archaic
levélHungariannounmedicine strip (blister pack containing a certain number of pills)
levélHungariannounbook (small folded sheet of cardboard containing rows of matches, needles etc.)
limoncellaItaliannounlemongrassfeminine
limoncellaItaliannouna variety of cooking applefeminine
lineaEnglishnounAny long marking, dark or bright, on a planet or moon's surface.astronomy geography geology natural-sciences
lineaEnglishnounA traditional Spanish unit of length, equivalent to about 1.9 mm.historical
linseNorwegian Nynorsknounlentil (plant, as above)feminine
linseNorwegian Nynorsknouna lentil (a pulse, as above)feminine
linseNorwegian Nynorsknouna lensfeminine
locusEnglishnounA place or locality, especially a centre of activity or the scene of a crime.
locusEnglishnounThe set of all points whose coordinates satisfy a given equation or condition.mathematics sciences
locusEnglishnounA fixed position on a chromosome that may be occupied by one or more genes.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
locusEnglishnounA passage in writing, especially in a collection of ancient sacred writings arranged according to a theme.in-plural
loggingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of logform-of gerund participle present
loggingEnglishnounAn act or instance of logging (cutting down trees).countable uncountable
loggingEnglishnounAn act or instance of logging (making an entry in a log).countable uncountable
love-shyEnglishadjIneffectual at courtship or attaining sexual intercourse.
love-shyEnglishnounA person, especially a man, who is ineffectual at courtship.no-plural rare
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 垍
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 埒
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 壔/𭎜
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 擂
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 攂
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 檑
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 泪
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 涙
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 淚/泪
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 礌
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 礧
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 禷
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 类
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 累
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 纃
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 纇/颣
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 肊
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蘱/𰲒
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 酹
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 銇
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 錑/𬭜
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 雷
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 靀
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 頪/𱂧
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 類/类
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 颣
lèiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 㑍
mEgyptianprepin
mEgyptianprepin, for, during
mEgyptianprepinto
mEgyptianprepfrom within, out of, from
mEgyptianprepmade of, consisting of
mEgyptianprepconsisting of, comprising
mEgyptianprepby means of
mEgyptianprepin a state of
mEgyptianprepin the capacity of, in the role of, as, being
mEgyptianpreptogether with, along with
mEgyptianprepforms the periphrastic imperfective of a verbwith-infinitive
mEgyptianparticlebehold, lo, look
mEgyptianparticlewhether, although
mEgyptianverbimperative of jmj (“to not be, to not do”): don'tform-of imperative
machine roomEnglishnounA limited-access room in a larger building dedicated to HVAC equipment and other machinery.
machine roomEnglishnounA dedicated room for computers and related data processing equipment, often having a raised floor, abundant and dedicated air conditioning, and specialized power supply and fire suppression systems.
magisLatinadvmorenot-comparable
magisLatinadvmore greatlynot-comparable
magisLatinadvbetternot-comparable
magisLatinadvrathernot-comparable
magisLatinnoundative/ablative plural of magusablative dative form-of plural
magányosHungarianadjdesolate, uninhabited, deserted (devoid of inhabitants)
magányosHungarianadjlonely, solitary (without companions)
mandativeEnglishadjIndicates the quality of being a command, or being related to the command.
mandativeEnglishadjNoting the imperative use of the subjunctive, as in "I insist that he leave immediately".grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
manggagawaTagalognounworker; laborer
manggagawaTagalognounministerial workerChristianity
mareaGaliciannountidefeminine
mareaGaliciannouna fishing campaign and the amount of fish captured during itfeminine
mareaGalicianverbinflection of marear: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
mareaGalicianverbinflection of marear: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
master of ceremoniesEnglishnounSomeone who acts as a host at a formal event.
master of ceremoniesEnglishnounSomeone who conducts a programme of varied entertainment, for example by introducing performers to the audience.
master of ceremoniesEnglishnounA rapper.
mechEnglishnounA large piloted combat robot.literature media publishing science-fictioncountable uncountable
mechEnglishnounA robot.literature media publishing science-fictioncountable uncountable
mechEnglishnounClipping of mechanic.abbreviation alt-of clipping countable uncountable
mechEnglishnounClipping of mechanics.abbreviation alt-of clipping uncountable
mechEnglishnounClipping of (derailleur) mechanism.cycling hobbies lifestyle sportsabbreviation alt-of clipping countable uncountable
mechEnglishadjAbbreviation of mechanical.abbreviation alt-of
mechEnglishadjAbbreviation of mechanized.abbreviation alt-of
mediazioneItaliannounmediationfeminine
mediazioneItaliannounbrokeragefeminine
menopaluuFinnishnounEllipsis of menopaluulippu (“return ticket”).abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
menopaluuFinnishnouna U-shaped mustamakkaracolloquial
mentCatalannounthe mindfeminine
mentCatalannounthe spiritfeminine
mentCatalanverbinflection of mentir: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
mentCatalanverbinflection of mentir: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
metaMalteseadvwhen
metaMalteseconjwhen; as
meyeixayaWaujanounlazy man, bum, idler, loafer, slacker, good-for-nothing, ne'er-do-well, layabout, lounger, shirker (referring to a man or boy)
meyeixayaWaujanounsloth, sloths, Bradypus variegatus (brown-throated sloth)
mezanFriulianadjmiddle
mezanFriulianadjmedium
miserEnglishnounA person who hoards money rather than spending it; one who is cheap or extremely parsimonious.derogatory
miserEnglishnounA kind of earth auger, typically large-bored and often hand-operated.
missiveEnglishnounA written message; a letter, note or memo.formal
missiveEnglishnounLetters sent between two parties in which one makes an offer and the other accepts it.in-plural
missiveEnglishnounOne who is sent; a messenger.obsolete
missiveEnglishadjSpecially sent; intended or prepared to be sent.not-comparable
missiveEnglishadjServing as a missile; intended to be thrown.not-comparable obsolete
mocsokHungariannoundirt, filth, squalor
mocsokHungariannounstain (a blemish on one's character or reputation)figuratively
mocsokHungariannounbastard (a contemptible person)figuratively
modifierEnglishnounOne who, or that which, modifies.
modifierEnglishnounA word, phrase, or clause that limits or qualifies the sense of another word or phrase.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
modifierEnglishnounA keyword that qualifies the meaning of other code.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
modifierEnglishnounShort for modifier key.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of
moquémPortuguesenounbuccan (a handmade grill made with sticks, of Tupian origin)Brazil masculine
moquémPortuguesenounbuccan (the meat prepared in such grill)Brazil masculine
moshEnglishverbTo dance by intentionally jumping into and colliding with other, similarly behaving dancers, and performing other wild, aggressive, or spastic movements.intransitive
moshEnglishverbTo intentionally jump into and collide with another, similarly behaving dancer at a concert.transitive
moshEnglishnounThe moshing style of dancing.
määräysFinnishnounorder, command, instruction
määräysFinnishnounordinance, decree, regulation
määräysFinnishnounprescription (of a medication)
määräysFinnishnouninjunction (an official writ or command)law
määräysFinnishnounstipulation, provision (command, permission, or prohibition in a statute that is not given by a legislative body)law
méregHungariannounpoison, venom, toxin
méregHungariannounanger, wrathinformal
mʊ̀ntʊ̀Proto-Bantunounperson, humanclass-1 reconstruction
mʊ̀ntʊ̀Proto-Bantunounsomebodyclass-1 reconstruction
naseljavatiSerbo-Croatianverbto settle, populate (an area)transitive
naseljavatiSerbo-Croatianverbto settle down, take up residencereflexive
neighbourshipEnglishnounThe state or condition of being neighbours; a connection or relationship between people or things which is based simply on living close geographically.
neighbourshipEnglishnounA relationship between people and / or things which is based simply on being of a similar class.
news channelEnglishnounA television channel dedicated to news, often operating continuously.
news channelEnglishnounA newsfeed.Internet
nghề của nàngVietnamesenounher profession
nghề của nàngVietnamesenounmy/her middle name (figuratively a trait, activity, or action closely associated with or aptly describing a person)humorous
ngày maiVietnameseadvtomorrow
ngày maiVietnameseadvthe futureliterary
nonimmuneEnglishadjNot immune; lacking immunitymedicine sciencesnot-comparable
nonimmuneEnglishadjUnrelated to the immune systemmedicine sciencesnot-comparable
nonoperationalEnglishadjNot operating; not working.not-comparable
nonoperationalEnglishadjNot associated with operation.not-comparable
nosocomialEnglishadjOf an infection or its cause: arising from the environment of, or treatment in, a hospital.medicine pathology sciencesformal not-comparable
nosocomialEnglishadjOf, relating to, or happening in a hospital.medicine sciencesformal not-comparable uncommon
notaPolishnounnote (a diplomatic missive or written communication)feminine
notaPolishnounnote, remarkfeminine
notaPolishnounmark, gradefeminine
nurGermanadvonly, just, merely, simply
nurGermanadvever; at all
nurGermanadvhowever, though
nurGermanconjbutcolloquial
nærNorwegian Bokmåladjclose
nærNorwegian Bokmåladjnear
nærNorwegian Bokmåladvclose
nærNorwegian Bokmåladvnear
oRomanicharacterThe nineteenth letter of the Romani alphabet, written in the Latin script.letter lowercase
oRomanicharacterThe twentieth letter of the Romani alphabet, written in the Latin script.letter lowercase
oRomaniarticlethemasculine singular
oaweitnBavarianverbto work (to do a specific task by employing physical or mental powers) [+ ån (dative)] / to work (to do a specific task by employing physical or mental powers)intransitive
oaweitnBavarianverbto work, function, run, operate (to be operative, in action)intransitive
oaweitnBavarianverbto ferment (to react, using fermentation)intransitive
oaweitnBavarianverbto work, execute (to set into action)intransitive
oaweitnBavarianverbto make, produce (to create)transitive
oaweitnBavarianverbto do, perform (to carry out or execute, especially something involving work)transitive
oaweitnBavarianverbto work oneself (to) (to make oneself (a certain state) by working)reflexive
obererGermanadjupperno-predicative-form
obererGermanadjsuperiorno-predicative-form
objeto voador não identificadoPortuguesenoununidentified flying object (anything not readily explainable appearing to move through or be suspended in the air)masculine
objeto voador não identificadoPortuguesenounUFO; alien spacecraftmasculine
occipitalSpanishadjoccipitalanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine masculine
occipitalSpanishnounoccipital bonemasculine
occipitalSpanishnounoccipitalisanatomymasculine
occipitalSpanishnounoccipital lobemasculine
ocurrenteSpanishadjoccurrentfeminine masculine
ocurrenteSpanishadjsaying, meaning, showing or doing unexpected thingsfeminine masculine
oczywiścieOld Polishadvpersonally, oneself, in the flesh
oczywiścieOld Polishadvin the presence of
oczywiścieOld PolishadvThe meaning of this term is uncertain.
oestrualEnglishadjRelating to the oestrus.not-comparable
oestrualEnglishadjIn heat; sexually receptive.not-comparable
of all thingsEnglishprep_phraseEspecially; more than other things.idiomatic
of all thingsEnglishprep_phraseSurprisingly.idiomatic often
omtankeSwedishnounconsideration, care (for others)common-gender
omtankeSwedishnounconsideration, care (more generally)common-gender
on the spectrumEnglishprep_phraseHaving an autism spectrum disorder or exhibiting traits pertaining to or within the autism spectrum.informal
on the spectrumEnglishprep_phraseUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see on, spectrum.
oogwenkDutchnouneyewinkmasculine
oogwenkDutchnounshort moment, eyewinkmasculine
opozycjaPolishnounopposition (action of opposing; being in conflict)feminine
opozycjaPolishnounopposition (apparent relative position of two celestial bodies when one is at an angle of 180 degrees from the other as seen from the Earth)astronomy natural-sciencesfeminine
opozycjaPolishnounopposition (party or movement opposed to government)government politicsfeminine
opozycjaPolishnounopposition (position in which the player on the move must yield with his king allowing his opponent to advance with his own king)board-games chess gamesfeminine
opozycjaPolishnounopposition (difference of quantity or quality between two propositions having the same subject and predicate)human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencesfeminine
orbaccaItaliannounlaurel berryarchaic feminine
orbaccaItaliannouncypress berryarchaic broadly feminine
orbaccaItaliannounmyrtle berryarchaic broadly feminine
orkEnglishnounObsolete form of orc (“killer whale”).alt-of obsolete
orkEnglishnounAlternative spelling of orc.fantasy human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesalt-of alternative
orkEnglishnounA species of aggressive, fungal humanoid alien, corresponding to the orcs in other fantasy works.literature media publishing science-fiction
overbearEnglishverbTo carry over.obsolete transitive
overbearEnglishverbTo push through by physical weight or strength; to overwhelm, overcome.transitive
overbearEnglishverbTo prevail over; to dominate, overpower; to oppress.transitive
overbearEnglishverbTo produce an overabundance of fruit.intransitive
overføreDanishverbto transfer, move from one place to another
overføreDanishverbto transfer, move from one place to another / to transfer money from one account to another
overføreDanishverbto transmit (as a pathogen from one host to another)
overføreDanishverbto conduct electricity, heat or sound through a medium
padellWelshnounpanfeminine
padellWelshnounbowlfeminine
palierFrenchnounbearingengineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciencesmasculine
palierFrenchnounlanding (on stairs)masculine
palierFrenchnounflat area; the flat, the levelmasculine
palierFrenchnounstagefiguratively masculine
palierFrenchadjlandingrelational
panduanIndonesiannounguide
panduanIndonesiannounguideline: non-specific rule or principle; plan or explanation to guide one in setting standards or determining a course of action.
panduanIndonesiannounguidance
panduanIndonesiannounpiloting
pariosainenFinnishadjcontaining a couple of parts
pariosainenFinnishadjpinnatisectbiology botany natural-sciences
parábolaPortuguesenounparablefeminine
parábolaPortuguesenounparabolamathematics sciencesfeminine
patangwaTagalognounsmall balconyarchitecture
patangwaTagalognounprecipice; cliff; steep slope of a high placegeography natural-sciences
patangwaTagalognounSynonym of tangwaobsolete
patanogBikol Centralnounproduction of sound
patanogBikol Centralnounmanner of turning on any audible appliances/devices (e.g radio)
pegarCatalanverbto hit somebody (in order to harm)Balearic Central Valencian
pegarCatalanverbto hit one body with anotherBalearic Central Valencian dialectal
pegarCatalanverb(dialectal, used with cop (“knock”), empenta (“shove”), etc.) to knock, shove somebody / to knock, shove somebodyBalearic Central Valencian dialectal usually
pegarCatalanverb(dialectal, used with bot (“jump”), salt (“jump”) etc.) to jump / to jumpBalearic Central Valencian dialectal
pegarCatalanverbto throw, show sudden emotionBalearic Central Valencian dialectal
pegarCatalanverbto glueBalearic Central Valencian dialectal
piarPortugueseverbto chirp (to make a short, sharp sound, as of small birds)
piarPortugueseverbto chatbroadly
pitäminenFinnishnounverbal noun of pitääform-of noun-from-verb
pitäminenFinnishnounverbal noun of pitää / holding, keeping
plançonFrenchnouncuttingagriculture business horticulture lifestylemasculine
plançonFrenchnouna medieval French infantry weapon, primarily used for smashing and thrustinggovernment military politics warhistorical masculine
popeMiddle EnglishnounThe pope (Roman Catholic bishop of Rome).
popeMiddle EnglishnounAnother spiritual leader or head.rare
porcelain goddessEnglishnounmetaphor for a woman, often stressing paleness, delicateness or lack of emotion.figuratively
porcelain goddessEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see porcelain, goddess.
porcelain goddessEnglishnounA toilet bowl.humorous idiomatic singular
portuguesismoPortuguesenounPortuguesism (Portuguese attitudes and culture)masculine
portuguesismoPortuguesenounPortuguesism (a word or phrase typical of or derived from Portuguese)masculine
povrijeditiSerbo-Croatianverbto hurt, injure, woundreflexive transitive
povrijeditiSerbo-Croatianverbto violate (law, rule, airspace etc.)transitive
povrijeditiSerbo-Croatianverbto offend (pride)transitive
powiedziećOld Polishverbto say, to tell [+dative], [+ k, ku (dative) = (to) whom], [+ o (locative) = about what] / to say, to tell [+dative], [+ k, ku (dative) = (to) whom],perfective
powiedziećOld Polishverbto accuseperfective
pozdravitiSerbo-Croatianverbto greettransitive
pozdravitiSerbo-Croatianverbto send regardstransitive
pozdravitiSerbo-Croatianverbto acclaim, cheertransitive
pozdravitiSerbo-Croatianverbto salutegovernment military politics war
pozdravitiSerbo-Croatianverbto say goodbyereflexive
preloadEnglishverbTo load in advance (used especially in reference to software installed on a computer prior to sale).transitive
preloadEnglishverbTo drink (cheaper) alcohol at home before going out socially.British intransitive slang
preloadEnglishnounThe end diastolic pressure that stretches the right or left ventricle of the heart to its greatest geometric dimensions under variable physiologic demand.anatomy medicine sciencescountable uncountable
preloadEnglishnounThe internal application of stress to certain mechanical systems.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
promulgaçãoPortuguesenounpromulgationfeminine
promulgaçãoPortuguesenounenactmentfeminine
przyrzucićPolishverbto add a bit of somethingperfective transitive
przyrzucićPolishverbto cover by throwing [+accusative = who or what] [+instrumental = with what] / to cover by throwing [+accusative = who or what]perfective transitive
przyrzucićPolishverbto cover oneself by throwing quickly or carelessly [+accusative = who or what] [+instrumental = with what] / to cover oneself by throwing quickly or carelessly [+accusative = who or what]perfective reflexive
psychohistoryEnglishnounThe scientific study of psychology and motivation in history.historiography history human-sciences psychology sciencescountable uncountable
psychohistoryEnglishnounA fictional mathematical statistical science of large population dynamics, where mathematical models can predict general futures, based on activities of quadrillions of individuals. The fictional science first occurs in Asimov's 1950s Foundation series, and has since been picked up by other authors for other works.literature media publishing science-fictioncountable uncountable
psátiOld Czechverbto writeimperfective
psátiOld Czechverbto drawimperfective
publiciratiSerbo-Croatianverbto publishCroatia transitive usually
publiciratiSerbo-Croatianverbto publicizeCroatia transitive usually
puolustamatonFinnishadjdefenseless
puolustamatonFinnishadjindefensible
puolustamatonFinnishverbnegative participle of puolustaaform-of negative participle
puṭṭhaPaliadjfed, nourished
puṭṭhaPaliadjasked
päiväIngriannounday
päiväIngriannounafternoon
päiväIngriannounSynonym of päivyt (“Sun”)
pédérasteFrenchnounpederastmasculine
pédérasteFrenchnounhomosexualarchaic masculine
přispěníCzechnounverbal noun of přispětform-of neuter noun-from-verb
přispěníCzechnouncontribution (act of contributing)neuter
přispěníCzechnounassistance, help, aidneuter
quartetoPortuguesenounquartet / music composition in four partsentertainment lifestyle musicmasculine
quartetoPortuguesenounquartet / four musicians who perform a piece of music togetherentertainment lifestyle musicmasculine
quartetoPortuguesenounquartet / group of four (things or people)masculine
quercioloItaliannounDiminutive of querciadiminutive form-of masculine
quercioloItaliannounyoung oakmasculine
quercioloItaliannounpiece of oak woodmasculine
rain checkEnglishnounA reissue, at no extra charge, of a ticket for a baseball game or other outdoor event postponed or interrupted because of rain.
rain checkEnglishnounAn agreement to honor a current offer after its normal expiration. / A voucher or other promise from a merchant to a customer: / to provide a sold-out item or temporarily unavailable service at a later date for the running (usually special) price.figuratively idiomatic
rain checkEnglishnounAn agreement to honor a current offer after its normal expiration. / A voucher or other promise from a merchant to a customer: / to make good on any experience that the customer deems unsatisfactory.figuratively idiomatic uncommon
rain checkEnglishnounAn agreement to honor a current offer after its normal expiration. / In social interactions, a deferred invitation, or deferred acceptance of an invitation.figuratively idiomatic
razuvjeravatiSerbo-Croatianverbto dissuade, talk outtransitive
razuvjeravatiSerbo-Croatianverbto disillusion, undeceivetransitive
razuvjeravatiSerbo-Croatianverbto become dissuade, change one's mind, give up a beliefreflexive
reciteEnglishverbTo repeat aloud (some passage, poem or other text previously memorized, or in front of one's eyes), often before an audience.transitive
reciteEnglishverbTo list or enumerate something.transitive
reciteEnglishverbTo deliver a recitation.intransitive
relegoLatinverbto gather, collect again, recoverconjugation-3
relegoLatinverbto travel, traverse or sail over or through againconjugation-3
relegoLatinverbto go over or go through again in reading, speech, thought, read, relate or recite again, revise, recountconjugation-3
relegoLatinverbto despatch, send awayconjugation-1
relegoLatinverbto banish, remove to a distanceconjugation-1
relegoLatinverbto put aside, reject, remove; shiftconjugation-1 figuratively
relegoLatinverbto refer (to a book or author), attribute, ascribeconjugation-1 figuratively
relegoLatinverbto bequeathconjugation-1
relieveEnglishverbTo ease (a person, person's thoughts etc.) from mental distress; to stop (someone) feeling anxious or worried, to alleviate the distress of.transitive
relieveEnglishverbTo ease (someone, a part of the body etc.) or give relief from physical pain or discomfort.transitive
relieveEnglishverbTo alleviate (pain, distress, mental discomfort etc.).transitive
relieveEnglishverbTo provide comfort or assistance to (someone in need, especially in poverty).transitive
relieveEnglishverbTo lift up; to raise again.obsolete
relieveEnglishverbTo raise (someone) out of danger or from (a specified difficulty etc.).archaic
relieveEnglishverbTo free (someone) from debt or legal obligations; to give legal relief to.law
relieveEnglishverbTo bring military help to (a besieged town); to lift the siege on.transitive
relieveEnglishverbTo release (someone) from or of a difficulty, unwanted task, responsibility etc.
relieveEnglishverbTo free (someone) from their post, task etc. by taking their place.
relieveEnglishverbTo make (something) stand out; to make prominent, bring into relief.archaic
relieveEnglishverbTo urinate or defecate.euphemistic reflexive
relieveEnglishverbTo ease one's own desire to orgasm, often through masturbation to orgasm.euphemistic reflexive
rendhagyóHungarianadjnonstandard, offbeat, uncustomary (not conforming to rules or expectations)not-comparable usually
rendhagyóHungarianadjirregulargrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable usually
respektovatCzechverbto respect (to have respect for; to hold in esteem)
respektovatCzechverbto keep, to follow, to abide by, to comply with
restaurerFrenchverbto restore
restaurerFrenchverbto restorecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
restaurerFrenchverbto dine, to eatreflexive
returnerEnglishnounOne who returns from another place.
returnerEnglishnounOne who returns something, such as defective goods.
returnerEnglishnounA player who runs back a ball which has been punted or kickedAmerican-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
revelaçãoPortuguesenounrevelation (the act of revealing or disclosing)feminine
revelaçãoPortuguesenounthe act of developing a photographarts hobbies lifestyle photographyfeminine
revelaçãoPortuguesenounrevelation (something that is revealed)feminine
revelaçãoPortuguesenounrevelation (manifestation of divine truth)lifestyle religion theologyfeminine
revelaçãoPortuguesenounrevelation (a great, sudden success)feminine
revirarGalicianverbto turn, rotateintransitive transitive
revirarGalicianverbto twisttransitive
revirarGalicianverbto turn inside-out; to turn upside downtransitive
revirarGalicianverbto turn around
revirarGalicianverbto rebel; to opposefiguratively
ricollocareItalianverbto replacetransitive
ricollocareItalianverbto place againtransitive
rossaCatalannounhorsedialectal feminine
rossaCatalannouna horse, ass, or mule that is skinny, old, and useless; a nag, a hackfeminine
rossaCatalannounan old, worn-out, useless personfeminine
rossaCatalannouncarrionfeminine
rossaCatalanadjfeminine singular of rosfeminine form-of singular
rossaCatalannounfemale equivalent of ros (“blond person”)feminine form-of
rujatiPaliverbto cause pain, to hurtconjugation-1
rujatiPaliadjmasculine/neuter locative singular of rujant, present active participle of the verb aboveform-of locative masculine neuter singular
rumpleEnglishverbTo make wrinkled, particularly fabric.transitive
rumpleEnglishverbTo muss; to tousle.transitive
rumpleEnglishnounA wrinkle.
saatAzerbaijaninounclock
saatAzerbaijaninounhour
saatAzerbaijaninounwatch
sainFrenchadjhealthy; in good health
sainFrenchadjhealthful; beneficial to health of body or mind
sannisīdatiPaliverbto settle, to subsideconjugation-1
sannisīdatiPaliverbto become quietconjugation-1
sannisīdatiPaliadjmasculine/neuter locative singular of sannisīdant, which is present participle of the verb aboveform-of locative masculine neuter singular
satyrSwedishnouna satyrhuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek common-gender
satyrSwedishnouna satyr (lecherous (older) man)common-gender
scheißeGermanadjshit, bad, ill, poorcolloquial indeclinable predicative vulgar
scheißeGermanadjshitty, fucking badindeclinable predicative slang vulgar
scheißeGermanverbinflection of scheißen: ## first-person singular present ## first/third-person singular subjunctive I ## singular imperative / first-person singular presentfirst-person form-of present singular
scheißeGermanverbinflection of scheißen: ## first-person singular present ## first/third-person singular subjunctive I ## singular imperative / first/third-person singular subjunctive Ifirst-person form-of singular subjunctive-i third-person
scheißeGermanverbinflection of scheißen: ## first-person singular present ## first/third-person singular subjunctive I ## singular imperative / singular imperativeform-of imperative singular
scoutDutchnounA scout, a boy scout or girl scout.masculine
scoutDutchnounA talent scout.hobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
se-Indonesianprefixonemorpheme
se-Indonesianprefixadjectival equative: same, sharing [base], having the same [base] / adjectival equative: same, sharing [base], having the samemorpheme
se-Indonesianprefixall, the whole [base] / all, the wholemorpheme
shaverEnglishnounOne who shaves.
shaverEnglishnounA barber, one whose occupation is to shave.
shaverEnglishnounA tool or machine for shaving; an electric razor.
shaverEnglishnounAn extortionate bargainer; a sharper.obsolete slang
shaverEnglishnounOne who fleeces; a pillager; a plunderer.
shaverEnglishnounA boy; a lad; a little fellow.colloquial
showmanEnglishnounA person who produces or presents shows as a profession, especially the proprietor, manager, or MC of a circus or variety show.
showmanEnglishnounA person skilled in dramatic or entertaining presentation, performance, or publicity.
shëlbojAlbanianverbto bring, find salvation
shëlbojAlbanianverbto liberate
sidelongEnglishadjDirected to the side; sideways.not-comparable
sidelongEnglishadjSlanting or sloping; oblique.not-comparable
sidelongEnglishadjIndirect; suggestive; not straightforward.not-comparable
sidelongEnglishadjAlong the side of something.not-comparable
sidelongEnglishadvTowards the side; sideways.
sidelongEnglishadvobliquely
sidesplittingEnglishadjExceptionally funny; hilarious.
sidesplittingEnglishadjIntensely uncontrollable and genuine.
siebzehnköpfigGermanadjseventeen-headednot-comparable
siebzehnköpfigGermanadjof seventeen (people)not-comparable
sinivihreäFinnishadjA color between blue and green; blue-green, turquoise, cyan, teal.
sinivihreäFinnishadjblue and green
sinivihreäFinnishnounA color between blue and green.
sintonizzarsiItalianverbreflexive of sintonizzareform-of reflexive
sintonizzarsiItalianverbto tune in
siodłŏkSilesiannounpeasantmasculine person
siodłŏkSilesiannounfarmermasculine person
sittingEnglishnounA period during which one is seated for a specific purpose.
sittingEnglishnounA seance or other session with a medium or fortuneteller.
sittingEnglishnounA special seat allotted to a seat-holder, at church, etc.
sittingEnglishnounThe part of the year in which judicial business is transacted.
sittingEnglishnounA legislative session (in the sense of "meeting", not "period").
sittingEnglishnounThe incubation of eggs by a bird.
sittingEnglishnounA clutch of eggs laid by a brooding bird.
sittingEnglishnounUninterrupted application to anything for a time; the period during which one continues at anything.
sittingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of sitform-of gerund participle present
sittingEnglishadjExecuted from a sitting position.not-comparable
sittingEnglishadjOccupying a specific official or legal position; incumbent.not-comparable
sjåNorwegian Nynorskverbto see
sjåNorwegian Nynorskverbto look
sjåNorwegian Nynorsknouna sight, what is seenneuter
sjåNorwegian Nynorsknouna showneuter
skamieniećPolishverbto turn to stone, to fossilise, to petrifyintransitive perfective
skamieniećPolishverbto harden, to become hardintransitive perfective
skamieniećPolishverbto become immobile, to come to a standstillintransitive perfective
skamieniećPolishverbto become hardhearted, to become stoneheartedintransitive perfective
skrikeEnglishverbTo cry, sob, cry out or yell; to scream.British regional
skrikeEnglishnounA cry or scream.UK regional
skrikeEnglishnounThe mistle thrush.UK dialectal
skålNorwegian Nynorskintjcheers! (as in a toast, only; not as a greeting. Connected with toast below)
skålNorwegian Nynorsknouna bowlfeminine
skålNorwegian Nynorsknouna dishfeminine
skålNorwegian Nynorsknouna saucerfeminine
skålNorwegian Nynorsknouna toast (when having a drink)feminine
skålNorwegian Nynorsknouna cup (part of a bra)feminine
soberbiaSpanishnounhaughtinessfeminine
soberbiaSpanishnounarrogancefeminine
soberbiaSpanishadjfeminine singular of soberbiofeminine form-of singular
soft keyEnglishnounA button, located along a display device, which performs whatever function is shown near it on the display.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
soft keyEnglishadjGently highlighting; low-key.broadcasting film media televisionnot-comparable
sonopAfrikaansnoundawnuncountable
sonopAfrikaansnounsunriseuncountable
sorbeiraGaliciannounsorb; service tree (Sorbus domestica)feminine
sorbeiraGaliciannounwild service tree (Sorbus torminalis)feminine
sorbeiraGaliciannounrowan (Sorbus aucuparia)feminine
sorbeiraGaliciannoungooseberry (Ribes uva-crispa)feminine
sospitarCatalanverbto suspecttransitive
sospitarCatalanverbto be suspicious [+ de (object) = of] / to be suspiciousintransitive
sparvieroItaliannounAlternative form of sparvierealt-of alternative masculine
sparvieroItaliannounhawkbiology natural-sciences zoologymasculine
sparvieroItaliannounmortarboard, square (plasterer's tool)masculine
special snowflakeEnglishnounSynonym of snowflake (“someone who believes they are particularly unique and special; someone hypersensitive to insult or offense, especially a young person with politically correct sensibilities”)slang
special snowflakeEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see special, snowflake.
sproneItaliannounspurmasculine
sproneItaliannounyoke (of a shirt)masculine
spânzuraRomanianverbto hang (execute someone)conjugation-1
spânzuraRomanianverbto hang (something), suspendconjugation-1
spânzuraRomanianverbto dependcommon conjugation-1 dated
sraithIrishnounswath; spread, spreading-groundfeminine
sraithIrishnounlayer, ply, stratum, course (of bricks)feminine
sraithIrishnounrow, rank, line, seriesfeminine
sraithIrishnounstraightcard-games pokerfeminine
sraithIrishnounprogressionentertainment lifestyle musicfeminine
sraithIrishnouncycleentertainment lifestyle musicfeminine
sraithIrishnounimposition, rate, taxfeminine
sterilizationEnglishnounThe process of treating something to kill or inactivate microorganisms.uncountable
sterilizationEnglishnounA procedure to permanently prevent an organism from reproducing.uncountable
sterilizationEnglishnounAn instance of a sterilization procedure.countable
sterilizationEnglishnounA monetary policy operation used to offset a foreign exchange intervention.uncountable
stommeSwedishnouna frame, a structure ((internal, sturdy) core support structure, of a building, vehicle, vessel, or the like)common-gender
stommeSwedishnouna core, a backbone, etc. (core parts of something (supporting the rest))common-gender figuratively
stragesLatinnounoverthrowdeclension-3
stragesLatinnounconfusiondeclension-3
stragesLatinnoundefeat, slaughter, massacre, butchery, carnagedeclension-3
sudareItalianverbto sweat, perspireintransitive
sudareItalianverbto toil, work hardintransitive
supluRomanianadjsupplemasculine neuter
supluRomanianadjyielding, malleablemasculine neuter
sușăRomaniannounsource, originfeminine
sușăRomaniannounviral strainfeminine
szafarzPolishnounstewardhistorical masculine person
szafarzPolishnoundispenserliterary masculine person
szafarzPolishnounministerlifestyle religionmasculine person
sökmekTurkishverbto rip out; to take out; to take downtransitive
sökmekTurkishverbto dismantle, take apart; to rip, undo, unstitch; to unraveltransitive
sökmekTurkishverbto overcome, get through or over (a place difficult of passage), outgotransitive
sökmekTurkishverbto decipher (handwriting); to understand, get the meaning of (an abstruse passage)transitive
sökmekTurkishverbto learn to read (an alphabet); to learn (to read)transitive
sökmekTurkishverb(for a drug) to cause (mucus, urine, feces) to be dischargedtransitive
sökmekTurkishverbto make a dent on (someone), affect (someone)intransitive slang
sьrbъProto-Slavicnounallymasculine reconstruction
sьrbъProto-Slavicnounkinsperson (used as an endonym)masculine reconstruction
tabanTurkishnounsole (of a foot; also figurative)
tabanTurkishnounfloor
tabanTurkishnounbase (foundation)
tacemmustTarifitnounDiminutive of acemmus: wrappingdiminutive feminine form-of
tacemmustTarifitnounbagfeminine
tailleizOld Frenchadjcut out, framed, carpenteredmasculine
tailleizOld Frenchnounshrubbery
talibaTagalognounsentinel; guard; vanguard
talibaTagalognounact of guarding
talibaTagalognounone's turn or shift of guarding
talpHungariannounsole (of the foot)
talpHungariannounserifmedia publishing typography
teběProto-Slavicpronthee, you (singular); locative of *tyreconstruction
teběProto-Slavicpronthee, you (singular); dative of *tyreconstruction
tehetségHungariannountalent (marked natural ability or skill)
tehetségHungariannountalent (talented person)
tehetségHungariannounfinancial capacity, meansarchaic dialectal
teksasilainenFinnishadjTexan
teksasilainenFinnishnounA Texan.
throneEnglishnounAn impressive seat used by a monarch, often on a raised dais in a throne room and reserved for formal occasions.
throneEnglishnounLeadership, particularly the position of a monarch.figuratively
throneEnglishnounThe seat of a bishop in the cathedral-church of his diocese; also, the seat of a pope.
throneEnglishnounA toilet.euphemistic
throneEnglishnounA kind of stool used by drummers.entertainment lifestyle music
throneEnglishnounA member of an order of angels ranked above dominions and below cherubim.Christianity
throneEnglishverbTo place on a royal seat; to enthrone.archaic transitive
throneEnglishverbTo place in an elevated position; to give sovereignty or dominion to; to exalt.archaic transitive
throneEnglishverbTo be in, or sit upon, a throne; to be placed as if upon a throne.archaic intransitive
toonbeeldDutchnounA paragon, model, example to be followed or imitatedneuter
toonbeeldDutchnounAn imitation, reflection, sample, illustrationneuter
tornCatalannounlathe, potter's wheelmasculine
tornCatalannounturn, go (as in take turns or as a move in a game)masculine
trapoPortuguesenountatter (a shred of torn cloth)masculine
trapoPortuguesenounrag (piece of old cloth)masculine
trappuIngriannounstair
trappuIngriannounstairsin-plural
trastornarSpanishverbto upset, disrupttransitive
trastornarSpanishverbto drive crazy, insanetransitive
trastornarSpanishverbto get crazy, go nuts, snapreflexive
trenoItaliannountrain (connected sequence of people or things)masculine
trenoItaliannoungun carriagemasculine
trenoItaliannounretinue, escortmasculine
trenoItaliannounthrene (a dirge or lamentation)masculine
trilseánIrishnountress, braid, plaitmasculine
trilseánIrishnounplaited rushlighthistorical masculine
trilseánIrishnountorch, link (torch used to light dark streets)historical masculine
tripartiteEnglishadjIn three parts.not-comparable
tripartiteEnglishadjDone by three parties (as an agreement).not-comparable
triscarSpanishverbto leap about
triscarSpanishverbto stamp; stomp
triscarSpanishverbto mix; mix up
triscarSpanishverbto set (a saw)
trukienMiddle Englishverbto barter, trade
trukienMiddle Englishverbto be insufficient
trukienMiddle Englishverbto fail
trukienMiddle Englishverbto omit
turitaṃPaliverbinflection of turita (past participle of tarati (“to hurry”)): / masculine accusative singularaccusative form-of masculine participle singular
turitaṃPaliverbinflection of turita (past participle of tarati (“to hurry”)): / neuter nominative/accusative singularaccusative form-of neuter nominative participle singular
turitaṃPaliadvhastily, quickly
turokTagalognounact of piercing with a pointed object (such as a pin or needle)
turokTagalognounact of giving an injection
turokTagalognounsmall puncture or hole (made with a pin or needle)
turokTagalognouninjectionmedicine sciences
turokTagalognounyoung stag with horns just beginning to sprout
turētLatvianverbto hold (to keep something that was taken, grabbed, in a fixed position, e.g., in one's hands, lap, back, etc.)transitive
turētLatvianverbto hold (to not allow someone, something to move freely, to keep someone, something in its place, to force someone, something to not move)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep (to position the body in a certain way and to make it remain so)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to hold (to make (someone, something) be or stay in some place, state or condition)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to hold (to make (something) be or stay for some time in a certain situation, condition, or place)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to have (to make sure that some product is available)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to bear (to remember, to remain aware of something)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to hold, to run, to have (to own (property), to manage, administer it, to take care of it)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep (to hire, to employ, usually in one's farm, home)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep (to allow someone to stay, to live in one's home)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to hold (to cause to remain moving in a certain direction)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to hold (to prevent from going away, from moving, acting freely)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep in one's power (to limit someone's freedom of motion or action)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep (someone, something) in a certain state or situationtransitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to hold (to link, to connect with something)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to hold, to keep up, to keep going (to be able to perform; to be able to cope, put up with something unpleasant)transitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to hold (to prevent something undesirable from going through)transitive
turētLatvianverbto hold, to consider, to think of something, someone in a certain waytransitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to hold (to go on feeling, expressing it, generally for a long time)negative transitive usually
turētLatvianverbto hold, to control, to preventtransitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to fulfilltransitive
turētLatvianverbto keep, to take, to take part in, to participatetransitive
turētLatvianverbto hold, to speak, to pronouncetransitive
tutustuminenFinnishnounverbal noun of tutustuaform-of noun-from-verb
tutustuminenFinnishnounverbal noun of tutustua / becoming acquainted
tzitadinuSardinianadjcity
tzitadinuSardiniannouncitizenmasculine
ug uban paCebuanophraseet cetera
ug uban paCebuanophraseand many more
uirlisIrishnountool, implementfeminine
uirlisIrishnouninstrumententertainment lifestyle musicfeminine
ulteriorEnglishadjSituated beyond, or on the farther side.not-comparable
ulteriorEnglishadjBeyond what is obvious or evident.not-comparable
ulteriorEnglishadjBeing intentionally concealed so as to deceive.not-comparable
ulteriorEnglishadjHappening later; subsequent.archaic not-comparable
ultrametricEnglishadjDescribing a metric whose triangle inequality has the stronger form d(x,z)< max d(x,y),d(y,z).mathematics sciencesnot-comparable
ultrametricEnglishadjDescribing a phylogeny in which every tip is the same distance from the root.not-comparable
ultrametricEnglishnounA metric whose triangle inequality has the stronger form d(x,z)< max d(x,y),d(y,z).
umbethinkEnglishverbTo recall to mind; remember; recollect.Northern-England Scotland dialectal
umbethinkEnglishverbTo consider; think about; bethink.Northern-England Scotland dialectal reflexive
unionEnglishnounThe act of uniting or joining two or more things into one.countable
unionEnglishnounThe state of being united or joined; a state of unity or harmony.countable
unionEnglishnounThat which is united, or made one; something formed by a combination or coalition of parts or members; a confederation; a consolidated body; a league.countable
unionEnglishnounA trade union; a workers' union.countable
unionEnglishnounAn association of students at a university for social and/or political purposes; also in some cases a debating body.countable
unionEnglishnounA joint or other connection uniting parts of machinery, such as pipes.countable
unionEnglishnounThe set containing all of the elements of two or more sets.mathematics sciences set-theorycountable
unionEnglishnounThe act or state of marriage.countable
unionEnglishnounSexual intercourse.archaic euphemistic uncountable
unionEnglishnounA data structure that can store any of various types of item, but only one at a time.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencescountable
unionEnglishnounA large, high-quality pearl.archaic countable
unionEnglishnounAn affiliation of several parishes for joint support and management of their poor; also the jointly-owned workhouse.countable historical uncountable
unionEnglishverbTo combine sets using the union operation.mathematics sciences set-theory
unionEnglishadjBelonging to, represented by, or otherwise pertaining to a labour union.
unionEnglishadjfederal.India
unlearnEnglishverbTo discard the knowledge of.transitive
unlearnEnglishverbTo break a habit.transitive
unwisdomMiddle Englishnounidiocy, stupidityuncountable
unwisdomMiddle Englishnounmistake, blunderrare uncountable
vajaaFinnishadjnot full; partial; incomplete (often with connotation of falling short)
vajaaFinnishadjshy of; short of, less than
vajaaFinnishadjwanting, in need ofinformal
vajaaFinnishadjto (in expressions of clock time)colloquial
vajaaFinnishadjmentally retarded; short for vajaamielinencolloquial derogatory
vajaaFinnishnounpartitive singular of vajaform-of partitive singular
vaporizationEnglishnounA conversion of a solid or a liquid into a gas.countable uncountable
vaporizationEnglishnounA destruction of something by turning it into vapor.countable uncountable
verbiageEnglishnounOverabundance of words.countable uncountable
verbiageEnglishnounThe manner in which something is expressed in words.countable uncountable
verdammenGermanverbto condemn, to doomtransitive weak
verdammenGermanverbto damn, to cursetransitive weak
vietoItalianadjoldliterary
vietoItalianadjantiquated, outdatedderogatory
vietoItalianadjrancid or stale (of food)rare regional
vietoItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of vietarefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
voditiSerbo-Croatianverbto leadintransitive transitive
voditiSerbo-Croatianverbto conducttransitive
vô địnhVietnameseadjundetermined or undeterminable
vô địnhVietnameseadjnot definitively or precisely determined, because of the presence of infinity or zero symbols used in any of several improper combinations.mathematical-analysis mathematics sciences
vô địnhVietnameseadjinfinitive (neutral with respect to inflection)grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
Vepsnounbelt, girdle
Vepsnounzone
vṛddhiEnglishnounThe strongest ablaut-grade in a series of vowel alternations in certain Indo-European languages, most notably Sanskrit, as well as in Proto-Indo-European.human-sciences linguistic-morphology linguistics morphology sciencescountable uncountable
vṛddhiEnglishnounA group of long vowels.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesSanskrit countable uncountable
wadEnglishnounAn amorphous, compact mass.
wadEnglishnounA substantial pile (normally of money).
wadEnglishnounA soft plug or seal, particularly as used between the powder and pellets in a shotgun cartridge, or earlier on the charge of a muzzleloader or cannon.
wadEnglishnounA sandwich.slang
wadEnglishnounAn ejaculation of semen.slang vulgar
wadEnglishverbTo crumple or crush into a compact, amorphous shape or ball.
wadEnglishverbTo wager.Ulster
wadEnglishverbTo insert or force a wad into.
wadEnglishverbTo stuff or line with some soft substance, or wadding, like cotton.
wadEnglishnounPlumbago, graphite.countable dialectal uncountable
wadEnglishnounAny black manganese oxide or hydroxide mineral rich rock in the oxidized zone of various ore deposits.chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
walwortMiddle Englishnoundanewort (The plant Sambucus ebulus, often used for medicinal purposes)
walwortMiddle EnglishnounA plant that is similar to danewort in appearance or function.
weisenLuxembourgishverbto show, to indicatetransitive
weisenLuxembourgishverbto show, to exhibit, to displaytransitive
weisenLuxembourgishverbto depicttransitive
weisenLuxembourgishverbto pointintransitive
weisenLuxembourgishverbto show up, to show one's facereflexive
werþanąProto-Germanicverbto becomereconstruction transitive
werþanąProto-Germanicverbto come to be, to come into existenceintransitive reconstruction
werþanąProto-Germanicverbto happen, to come aboutintransitive reconstruction
werþanąProto-Germanicverbused to form the passive voice, together with a past participleauxiliary reconstruction
wietrzyćPolishverbto air, to ventilate (bring something into contact with the air)imperfective transitive
wietrzyćPolishverbto have a feelingimperfective transitive
wietrzyćPolishverbto be ventilatedimperfective reflexive
wisselaarDutchnounmoney changermasculine
wisselaarDutchnounanything that shuffles, changes or exchanges somethingmasculine
wretchedEnglishadjCharacterized by or feeling deep affliction or distress; very miserable.
wretchedEnglishadjOf an inferior or unworthy nature or social status; contemptible, lowly.
wretchedEnglishadjOf an insignificant, mean, or poor nature; miserable, paltry, worthless.
wretchedEnglishadjOf a person, etc.: behaving in a manner causing contempt; base, despicable, wicked.
wretchedEnglishadjOf weather: causing much discomfort; very unpleasant; miserable.
wretchedEnglishadjUsed to express annoyance towards or dislike of someone or something: bloody, damned.informal
wyidealizowaćPolishverbto idealize (to regard something as ideal)perfective transitive
wyidealizowaćPolishverbto idealize (to portray using idealization)art artsperfective transitive
xuízoGaliciannounjudgementmasculine
xuízoGaliciannounopinionmasculine
yiNormannouneyeanatomy medicine sciencesJersey masculine
yiNormannounopening of lobster potJersey masculine
yiffEnglishintjRepresenting the bark of a fox (especially while mating).onomatopoeic
yiffEnglishintjTo express happiness, to state that something is sexy.informal
yiffEnglishnounSex, especially between furries (fictional anthropomorphic animal characters, and/or members of the community surrounding their celebration).informal slang uncountable usually
yiffEnglishnounPornography of or involving furries.informal slang uncountable usually
yiffEnglishverbTo have sex, to mate (said of animals, especially foxes, or people dressed up as animals).informal intransitive slang transitive
yiffEnglishverbTo propose cybersex to someone.informal intransitive slang transitive
yowlEnglishnounA prolonged, loud cry, like the sound of an animal; a wail; a howl.
yowlEnglishverbUtter a yowl.intransitive
yowlEnglishverbExpress by yowling; utter with a yowl.transitive
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 佯
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 劷
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 垟
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 崵/𫵵
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 徉
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 揚/扬
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 敭/扬
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 旸
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 昜/𠃓
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 暘/旸
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 杨
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 栰
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 样
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 楊/杨
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 汤
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 洋
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 湯/汤
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 漼
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 炀
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 烊
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 煬/炀
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 珜
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瑒/玚
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 疡
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 痏
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 瘍/疡
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 眻
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 禓/𰧰
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 羊
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 羏
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蛘
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 蝁/𰲸
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 詭/诡
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 諹/𰵌
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 该
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 輰
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鍚/钖
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鐊
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 阦
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 阳
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 陽/阳
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 霷
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 颺/飏
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 飏
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鰑/𫚊
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鸉/𱉴
yángMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 𨦡/𰽽
zapłacićPolishverbto pay (to give money in exchange for goods or services)perfective transitive
zapłacićPolishverbto pay (suffer the consequences)perfective transitive
zestawPolishnouncomposition (proportion of different parts to make a whole)inanimate masculine
zestawPolishnounjuxtaposition (combination of different elements)inanimate masculine
zestawPolishnounflag signal composed of several flags raised on a single ropeinanimate masculine
zestawPolishnounset (collection of various elements that act as a stand-alone device)inanimate masculine
zestawPolishverbsecond-person singular imperative of zestawićform-of imperative second-person singular
zimovištěCzechnounwinter quarters, overwintering siteneuter
zimovištěCzechnounhibernaculumbiology natural-sciences zoologyneuter
zjełczałyPolishverbthird-person plural nonvirile past of zjełczećform-of nonvirile past plural third-person
zjełczałyPolishadjrancid (being rank in taste or smell)not-comparable
zjełczałyPolishadjforgotten, out-of-datenot-comparable
zusammenführenGermanverbto combine, to mergeweak
zusammenführenGermanverbto bring togetherweak
zusammenführenGermanverbto reuniteweak
zusammenführenGermanverbto run over, knock overAustria colloquial weak
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto play (a musical instrument)transitive
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto hittransitive
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto knocktransitive
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto scythetransitive
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto bitebiology natural-sciences snakes zoologytransitive
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto mix (food)transitive
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto perform cunnilingus or fellatiofiguratively slang transitive vulgar
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto be shot (with a colour) [+dative] / to be shot (with a colour)intransitive
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto look like, to look similar to [+dative] / to look like, to look similar tointransitive
çalmaqAzerbaijaniverbto smell like or taste ofintransitive
épineFrenchnounthorn; spine; pricklefeminine
épineFrenchnounan aperitif made from blackthorn berriesfeminine
épineFrenchverbinflection of épiner: / first/third-person singular present indicative/subjunctivefirst-person form-of indicative present singular subjunctive third-person
épineFrenchverbinflection of épiner: / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
încărunțiRomanianverbto become grey-haired; to grey; to grizzleconjugation-4
încărunțiRomanianverbto age, grow oldconjugation-4 figuratively
øldFaroesenounage, timefeminine
øldFaroesenouncenturyfeminine
überGermanprepabove, over (spatially)accusative dative
überGermanprepabout, concerning, over, at (in reference to)accusative
überGermanprepvia, through, by way ofaccusative
überGermanprepacrossaccusative
überGermanprepduring, for, over a time periodaccusative
überGermanprepaboutaccusative
überGermanpreparound, among
überGermanprepover, more than, above (a quantity)
überGermanprepbeyond
überGermanprepat (when 'over' or 'about' could roughly be substituted)
überGermanadjleft over, remaining, replaces übrig in all its predicative instances, including those lexicalized as verb prefixoids.colloquial predicative
überGermanadvover (in certain select phrases)
überGermanpostpthroughout
ārundīProto-West Germanicnounmessageneuter reconstruction
ārundīProto-West Germanicnounerrandneuter reconstruction
ĉefoEsperantonounchief
ĉefoEsperantonounhead
łégnaVenetiannounwood, firewoodfeminine
łégnaVenetiannountimberfeminine
άλαλοςGreekadjmute, speechless
άλαλοςGreekadjdumb (without speech)
άρμαGreeknountankgovernment military politics war
άρμαGreeknounchariothistorical
άρμαGreeknouna carnival chariot
άρμαGreeknounarmsin-plural
άρμαGreeknounweapons, armourgovernment military politics warhistorical literary plural-normally
αποκατινόςGreekadjlower, located below, underneath
αποκατινόςGreekadjof lower valuefiguratively
αποκατινόςGreekadjthe one below
αρμονικόςGreekadjharmonious
αρμονικόςGreekadjsymmetrical
αρμονικόςGreekadjharmonic
αφαλόςGreeknounnavelcolloquial
αφαλόςGreeknounhub (of wheel)
κατάστασηGreeknounstate, condition
κατάστασηGreeknounsituation
μάνδραAncient Greeknounenclosed space
μάνδραAncient Greeknounfold, pen, barn, or stable for cattle or sometimes horses
μάνδραAncient Greeknounbezel of a ring depicting oxenfiguratively
μάνδραAncient Greeknounsquare on a draughtboard
μάνδραAncient Greeknouncloister, monastery
πουAncient Greekadvanywhere, somewhereenclitic
πουAncient Greekadvpossibly, perhaps
πουAncient Greekadvabout, approximately
προκοπήGreeknounsuccess, prosperity, progress, advancement
προκοπήGreeknounindustry, industriousness, hard work, diligence
προκοπήGreeknounThe money or other rewards that come from industry or hard work.broadly
προσήκωAncient Greekverbto have arrived at a place, have come, be near at hand, be present
προσήκωAncient Greekverbto belong to [+dative] / to belong to
προσήκωAncient Greekverbto concern [+dative] / to concernalso impersonal
προσήκωAncient Greekverbto be related [+dative] / to be related
προσήκωAncient Greekverbto beseem [+dative or accusative] / to beseemimpersonal
πρωτεύωνGreekadjmain, primary
πρωτεύωνGreekadjpremier
πρῶταAncient Greekadjnominative/accusative/vocative dual feminine of πρῶτος (prôtos)accusative dual feminine form-of nominative vocative
πρῶταAncient Greekadvfirst, in the first place
τόνοςAncient Greeknounrope, cord
τόνοςAncient Greeknounchord
τόνοςAncient Greeknountone, note
τόνοςAncient Greeknountension
ύβριςGreeknouninsult, abuse (form of speech against someone deliberately intended to be rude)archaic formal
ύβριςGreeknouninsult, affront (open or intentional offense)archaic formal
ύβριςGreeknounhubris (excessive pride, presumption or arrogance, especially toward the Ancient Greek gods)archaic formal
ПолMacedoniannameA transliteration of the English male given name Paul
ПолMacedoniannameA transliteration of the English surname Paul
СкорпионRussiannameScorpius (constellation of the zodiac containing the red giant Antares, in the shape of a scorpion)astronomy natural-sciences
СкорпионRussiannameScorpio (zodiac sign for the scorpion, covering October 23 – November 21)astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
амырKhakasnounpeace
амырKhakasnountranquility
амырKhakasnounsilence
бзэгухьAdyghenoungossiper; a person who gossips
бзэгухьAdyghenouninformer
бзэгухьAdyghenounsnitcher
бзэгухьAdyghenounrat (someone that tells other's secrets to an authority or an enemy)
боксRussiannounboxinghobbies lifestyle sports
боксRussiannounbox (isolation ward in a hospital)medicine sciences
боксRussiannounbox cut (men’s flattop hairstyle in which the hair at the temples and nape of the neck is shaved off)
боксRussiannounsmall box (such as for computer disks)
грэбляBelarusiannoundam
грэбляBelarusiannounembankment
грэбляBelarusiannouncauseway
движениеRussiannounmovement, motion, stirring
движениеRussiannountraffic
движениеRussiannounlight gymnasticsin-plural
девојкаSerbo-Croatiannoungirl, maiden
девојкаSerbo-Croatiannoungirlfriend
домарMacedoniannounjanitor
домарMacedoniannoundoorkeeper
закреплятьсяRussianverbto consolidate one's grip (on)
закреплятьсяRussianverbpassive of закрепля́ть (zakrepljátʹ)form-of passive
затриматиUkrainianverbto detain, to hold back, to keep back, to stop (halt the forward movement of)
затриматиUkrainianverbto delay, to slow down, to retard, to hinder, to stem, to check, to inhibit
затриматиUkrainianverbto detain, to arrest, to apprehend
зимъсBulgarianadvlast wintercolloquial not-comparable
зимъсBulgarianadvthis coming winter, in the coming wintercolloquial not-comparable
зимъсBulgarianadvduring (the) winter, in (the) wintercolloquial not-comparable
истосмјеранSerbo-Croatianadjhaving the same direction
истосмјеранSerbo-Croatianadjdirect (electrical current)
кацяняBelarusiannounkitten
кацяняBelarusiannoungenitive singular of кацянё (kacjanjó)form-of genitive singular
колежанкаUkrainiannouna female colleaguecolloquial
колежанкаUkrainiannouna female friendcolloquial
краситьсяRussianverbto be covered or saturated with paint
краситьсяRussianverbto be wet with paint, to be freshly paintedcolloquial
краситьсяRussianverbto put on makeup, to wear makeup
краситьсяRussianverbpassive of кра́сить (krásitʹ)form-of passive
кънаBulgarianverbto tear apart, to renddialectal transitive
кънаBulgarianverbto get torn, to wear out (of clothes, materials)dialectal reflexive
кънаBulgariannounhenna (dye)uncountable
кънаBulgariannounhenna (Lawsonia inermis) (shrub)countable
көгеруKazakhnouncyanosis
көгеруKazakhnoungermination
көгеруKazakhnounprosperity
көгеруKazakhnoungoing mouldy/moldy
көгеруKazakhverbto turn blue
көгеруKazakhverbto turn green, germinate
көгеруKazakhverbto prosper, boost
көгеруKazakhverbto go mouldy/moldy
лепирBulgariannouncave batobsolete
лепирBulgariannounvampiredialectal
любителBulgariannounfan, lover (of a subject, not a person)
любителBulgariannounamateur
мглаRussiannoundarkness
мглаRussiannounmist, hazeclimatology meteorology natural-sciences
мовіцьBelarusianverbto say
мовіцьBelarusianverbto pronounce
мърляBulgarianverbto stroke, to prod, to besmirch / to accidentally hit / injure a part of one's body (finger, toe, head, elbow)dialectal obsolete possibly transitive
мърляBulgarianverbto stroke, to prod, to besmirch / to make messy, to tarnish, to put into disarraydialectal obsolete possibly transitive
мърляBulgarianverbto stroke, to prod, to besmirch / to make blunt, blurry or dullcolloquial dialectal obsolete possibly transitive
мърляBulgarianverbto impregnate, to fertilize (for livestock and animals in general)dialectal transitive
мърляBulgarianverbto be in rut (of female livestock)dialectal reflexive
наклањатиSerbo-Croatianverbto bend, bow (especially head)transitive
наклањатиSerbo-Croatianverbto bowreflexive
наклањатиSerbo-Croatianverbto leanreflexive
невераSerbo-Croatiannounbreaking of faith, treachery, disloyalty, infidelity
невераSerbo-Croatiannounlack of faith, unbelief, doubt
нервуватиUkrainianverbto make nervous, to unnervetransitive
нервуватиUkrainianverbto be nervous, to feel nervousintransitive
ночникRussiannounnightlightinanimate
ночникRussiannounmoonlighter, someone who works at nightanimate colloquial
ночникRussiannounpilot specializing in night flightsanimate colloquial
ночникRussiannounnocturnal bird, nocturnal animalanimate
обстричьсяRussianverbAlternative form of остри́чься (ostríčʹsja)alt-of alternative colloquial
обстричьсяRussianverbpassive of обстри́чь (obstríčʹ)form-of passive
огрехRussiannounmissed or poorly processed spot in a field after plowing, sowing, harvesting, etc.agriculture business lifestyle
огрехRussiannounflaw, blemishcolloquial
олӧмKomi-Zyriannounlife
олӧмKomi-Zyriannounstate
олӧмKomi-Zyriannounresidence
олӧмKomi-Zyriannounfermentationdialectal
олӧмKomi-ZyriannounSynonym of овмӧс (ovmös)dialectal
отлучатьRussianverbto separate, to removedated
отлучатьRussianverbto exclude, to excommunicate, to ostracize, to shun
отроваBulgariannounpoison
отроваBulgariannounvenom
отщепенецRussiannounrenegade, misfit
отщепенецRussiannoundissenterobsolete
пачкаRussiannounbundle, pack, packet, batch, sheaf, package, parcel
пачкаRussiannountutu
пачкаRussiannounclip (ammunition)government military politics war
потапатиSerbo-Croatianverbto drown, sinkreflexive transitive
потапатиSerbo-Croatianverbto moisten, soak, diptransitive
потапатиSerbo-Croatianverbto floodtransitive
поткопатиSerbo-Croatianverbto dig out (from below)transitive
поткопатиSerbo-Croatianverbto underminefiguratively transitive
початьRussianverbto begindated regional
початьRussianverbto begin to consume
пред-Russianprefixbefore, fore-, pre-morpheme
пред-Russianprefixcis- (in place names)morpheme
просчитыватьсяRussianverbto make an error in counting, to count wrongly
просчитыватьсяRussianverbto miscalculate
радникSerbo-Croatiannouna worker, laborer
радникSerbo-Croatiannounemployee
различитьсяRussianverbto differ (in) (+ instrumental)intransitive
различитьсяRussianverbpassive of различи́ть (različítʹ)form-of passive
ранимBulgarianadjinjurableliterally
ранимBulgarianadjvulnerable, sensitive, emotionally susceptible (for person)figuratively
ранимBulgarianverbfirst-person plural present indicative of раня́ (ranjá)first-person form-of indicative plural present
свечникRussiannouncandlemaker, chandler
свечникRussiannounsomeone who carries a burning candle (e.g. in a traditional wedding)
свечникRussiannouncandlestick
связываниеRussiannountying up, tying/binding together
связываниеRussiannounlinking, linkage, connecting
связываниеRussiannounbindingnatural-sciences physical-sciences physics
связываниеRussiannouncombining, binding, fixationchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
слизнутьRussianverbto lick off (once)
слизнутьRussianverbto destroy, to eliminate (of fire or water; once)colloquial figuratively
слизнутьRussianverbto be covered with slime
снежникSerbo-Croatiannounsnow-mountain
снежникSerbo-Croatiannounpermanent snow or ice
таксидарMacedoniannoundebt collectorarchaic
таксидарMacedoniannountax collectorarchaic
тонRussiannountone, plural: то́ны (tóny)entertainment lifestyle music
тонRussiannountone, plural: то́ны (tóny)human-sciences linguistics sciences
тонRussiannountone, shade, plural: тона́ (toná)
тонRussiannounintonation
тонRussiannounmuscle tonemedicine physiology sciences
тумууYakutnounrunny nose, rhinorrhea
тумууYakutnouncommon coldmedicine pathology sciencesbroadly
тъмницаBulgariannoundungeon, prison
тъмницаBulgariannoundarkness
уродRussiannounmonster
уродRussiannounugly creature
факирSerbo-Croatiannounfaqir
факирSerbo-Croatiannounfakir (an ascetic mendicant)
факирSerbo-Croatiannouna destitute manregional
чрезSerbo-Croatianprepthrougharchaic with-accusative
чрезSerbo-Croatianprepin, within (of action, to be finished within the specified period)archaic with-accusative
чрезSerbo-Croatianprepthroughoutarchaic with-accusative
էշArmeniannoundonkey, ass
էշArmeniannounass, jackass; idiot, dumb-ass, fool, blockhead, clot, dimwitfiguratively
հրապարակայնությունArmeniannounpublicity, openness
հրապարակայնությունArmeniannounglasnosthistorical
մթարOld Armenianadjblack, smutty
մթարOld Armeniannounblearedness
մթարOld Armeniannounfilth, dirt
նշանArmeniannounsign, mark
նշանArmeniannounbadge
նշանArmeniannountarget, mark
նշանArmeniannounsignal, indicator
նշանArmeniannounsign (of the hand, head, or other movement)
նշանArmeniannounsign (that predicts or forecasts weather changes)
նշանArmeniannounsymbol, mark, sign (in writing or mathematics)
նշանArmeniannounmotto; password
նշանArmeniannountrace
նշանArmeniannouncoat of arms
նշանArmeniannounsign (of confirmation)
նշանArmeniannounengagement
הגבההHebrewnounLifting, raising.uncountable
הגבההHebrewnounA lifting, a raising.countable
הגבההHebrewnounHagbaha, hagbah: the raising of an open Torah scroll for an Ashkenazi Jewish congregation to see the text that has just been read.Judaism specifically
מיסטיקןYiddishverbto befoul
מיסטיקןYiddishverbto fertilize
רבהAramaicadjbig, important
רבהAramaicadjextensive, extended
רייניקייטYiddishnouncleanliness
רייניקייטYiddishnounpurity
רייניקייטYiddishnounTorah scroll
آزیOttoman Turkishnounmolar, grinderrare
آزیOttoman Turkishnouna canine tooth, a tusk
ئوانSouthern Kurdishpronthey
ئوانSouthern Kurdishpronthem
ارغاتOttoman Turkishnounlabourer, manual worker
ارغاتOttoman Turkishnouncapstan, windlass, winch
اسنمكOttoman Turkishverbto yawn, gape, to open the mouth and take a deep breathintransitive
اسنمكOttoman Turkishverbto stretch, to lengthen when pulled under the influence of forceintransitive
بردمیدنPersianverbto breathe into
بردمیدنPersianverbto blow
بردمیدنPersianverbto inflate
بردمیدنPersianverbto sprout, to grow
بردمیدنPersianverbto shoot
سایهPersiannounshadow
سایهPersiannounshade
سایهPersiannounshelter, protectionfiguratively
سطحArabicverbto spread forth, to unroll
سطحArabicverbto spread out, to unroll
سطحArabicverbto flatten, to even
سطحArabicnounsurface
سطحArabicnounroof
سطحArabicnounverbal noun of سَطَحَ (saṭaḥa) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
غژبPersiannouna grape
غژبPersiannouna berry
كورياArabicnameKorea (two countries in East Asia, North Korea and South Korea)
كورياArabicnameKorea (two countries in East Asia, North Korea and South Korea) / South Korea (a country in East Asia)informal
لقاءArabicnounverbal noun of لَقِيَ (laqiya) (form I)form-of noun-from-verb
لقاءArabicnounverbal noun of لَاقَى (lāqā) (form III)form-of noun-from-verb
لقاءArabicnounmeeting, encounter
لقاءArabicnounreunion
لقاءArabicnouninterview
لقاءArabicnamea male given name, a female given name
لقاءArabicprepin exchange for, in compensation for
متصلArabicadjpersistent, continuous, continual, unceasing, uninterrupted
متصلArabicadjadjoinant, adjoining, contiguous, connected
متصلArabicadjenclitic
متصلArabicadjcursive, connectingcommunications journalism literature media publishing writing
مكعبOttoman Turkishadjhaving huckle-bones
مكعبOttoman Turkishadjcube-shaped, cubicgeometry mathematics sciences
مكعبOttoman Turkishnouncubegeometry mathematics sciences
مكعبOttoman Turkishnouncube number or quantity
مكعبOttoman Turkishnounfigured with squares, or folded up into a squarish or cubical form
مکانیکPersiannounmechanic (a skilled worker in charge of maintenance or repairing machinery)countable
مکانیکPersiannoun(physics, mechanics) mechanics, a branch of physicsuncountable
نظامArabicnounsystem
نظامArabicnounregularity
نظامArabicnounorder
نظامArabicnounmethod
نظامArabicnounrule
نظامArabicnounregime: perhaps short for نِظَام الْحُكْم (niẓām al-ḥukm, “system of rule”)government politics
نوشیدنPersianverbto drink
نوشیدنPersianverbto heed; to acceptfiguratively obsolete
نيMalaydetthis (the (thing) here)
نيMalaydetthis (known (thing) just mentioned)
نيMalaydetthis (known (thing) about to be mentioned)
نيMalaydetthis (known (thing) that the speaker does not think is known to the audience)
نيMalaypronthis (The thing, item, etc. being indicated)
گلیمUrdunouna garment made out of wool
گلیمUrdunouncarpet
گلیمUrdunounrug
گلیمUrdunounblanket
یالانOttoman Turkishnounlie, deceit
یالانOttoman Turkishnounfake
ܐܬܠܝܐClassical Syriacnoundragon
ܐܬܠܝܐClassical Syriacnounlunar eclipseastronomy natural-sciences
ܐܬܠܝܐClassical Syriacnounname of a year
ܐܬܠܝܐClassical Syriacnamename of a star, possibly Eltanin (Gamma Draconis)astronomy natural-sciences
ܝܘܚܢܢAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnamea male given name from Biblical Hebrew, equivalent to English John
ܝܘܚܢܢAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnamea surname transferred from the given name
ܝܘܚܢܢAssyrian Neo-AramaicnameAny of the New Testament figures named Johnbiblical lifestyle religion
ܝܘܚܢܢAssyrian Neo-AramaicnameThe Gospel of John: a book of the New Testament of the Bible. Traditionally the fourth of the four gospels.biblical lifestyle religion
ܝܘܚܢܢAssyrian Neo-AramaicnameOne of the books in the New Testament of the Bible, the epistles of John (1 John, 2 John and 3 John).biblical lifestyle religion
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto strike, beat, hit
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto come into contact with, meet, hit (Especially but not always in a rough manner) [+ ܒ- (object)] / to come into contact with, meet, hit (Especially but not always in a rough manner)
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto greet with the hands, shake hands
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto smear, spread
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto pierce, stab with a needle
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto run a stop sign, traffic light, etc.
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbused to generally talk about the effects of the weather
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto infect, devastate, wound of an illness
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto play music, an instrument
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto swipe, scan
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto ring a bellbroadly
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto call on the phonebroadly
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto cause to live
ܡܚܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto rejuvenate, revive, revivify
ܫܡܥAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto hear
ܫܡܥAssyrian Neo-Aramaicverbto obey, follow directions, heed
आएँHindiverbinflection of आना (ānā): / first/third-person plural future subjunctivefirst-person form-of future plural subjunctive third-person
आएँHindiverbinflection of आना (ānā): / second-person formal future subjunctiveform-of formal future second-person subjunctive
जूSanskritrootto press forwards, hurry on, be quickmorpheme
जूSanskritrootto impel quickly, urge or drive on, incitemorpheme
जूSanskritrootto scaremorpheme
जूSanskritrootto excite, promote, animate, inspiremorpheme
जूSanskritadjquick, speedy, courser
जूSanskritadjinciting, driving
जूSanskritnounspeed
जूSanskritnounthe atmosphere
जूSanskritnouna female goblin
जूSanskritnounSarasvati
जूSanskritnouna spot on the forehead (?) of horses and oxen
पात्रHindinouncup, goblet, glass; container
पात्रHindinounactor; character (in a work)
पात्रHindinounthe worthy recipientin-compounds
पुरोहितSanskritadjplaced in front, appointed, commissioned
पुरोहितSanskritnounone commissioned or charged, agent
पुरोहितSanskritnounpriest of domestic rites (RV. etc.)
योग्यत्वHindinouncapability
योग्यत्वHindinouncapacity
योग्यत्वHindinouncompetency
योग्यत्वHindinounability
योग्यत्वHindinounmerit
योग्यत्वHindinounsuitableness
योग्यत्वHindinounadequacy
কিমানAssameseadvhow much
কিমানAssameseadvhow (to what extent)
পাঞ্জাবBengalinamePunjab (a geographical region of South Asia, divided between India and Pakistan)
পাঞ্জাবBengalinamePunjab (a state of India)
পাঞ্জাবBengalinamePunjab (a province of Pakistan)
মধ্যেBengalipostpbetweenwith-genitive
মধ্যেBengalipostpin betweenwith-genitive
মধ্যেBengalipostpamongwith-genitive
মধ্যেBengalipostpwithin, insidewith-genitive
মধ্যেBengalipostpin the middle of, at the center ofwith-genitive
মিল্লতBengalinounideological community
মিল্লতBengalinounnation
ਅਵਾਰਾPunjabiadjvagrant, vagabond (of people)
ਅਵਾਰਾPunjabiadjstray (of animals)
ਅਵਾਰਾPunjabinounvagrant, vagabond, wanderer, loiterer, loafer
ਵਾਸ਼ਪPunjabinounevaporation
ਵਾਸ਼ਪPunjabinounvapour
செல்வம்Tamilnounriches, wealth
செல்வம்Tamilnounimmensity, prosperity, flourishing state
செல்வம்Tamilnounbeauty
செல்வம்Tamilnounenjoyment, pleasure, experience of happiness
செல்வம்TamilnounIndra's HeavenHinduism
செல்வம்Tamilnounlearning
செவ்வாய்Tamilnounthe planet Mars.astronomy natural-sciences
செவ்வாய்TamilnounTuesdaycolloquial
வடுTamilnoununripe fruit
வடுTamilnounwart, mole
வடுTamilnounscar, cicatrice, wale
வடுTamilnounchiselled figure
வடுTamilnounmouth of an ulcer or wound
வடுTamilnounfault, defect
வடுTamilnounreproach
வடுTamilnouninjury, calamity
வடுTamilnounfine black sand
வடுTamilnouncopper
வடுTamilnounsword
வடுTamilnounbeetle
வடுTamilverbto bear fruitintransitive
வடுTamilverbto exhibit, manifesttransitive
வடுTamilnouncelibate student
வடுTamilnounBhairava
வடுTamilnounclever boy
చంద్రముTelugunoungold.
చంద్రముTelugunouncamphor.
నేరముTelugunounA criminal offence.
నేరముTelugunounCrime: A specific act committed in violation of the law.
పెట్టుTeluguverbto happen
పెట్టుTeluguverbto put, place
పెట్టుTeluguverbto lay (eggs)
పెట్టుTeluguverbto give
పెట్టుTelugunouna blow, a thump
සඞ‍්කඩ‍්ඪතිPaliverbSinhala script form of saṅkaḍḍhati (“to collect”)conjugation-1
සඞ‍්කඩ‍්ඪතිPaliadjlocative singular masculine/neuter of සඞ්කඩ්ඪන්ත් (saṅkaḍḍhant), present participle of the verb above.form-of locative masculine neuter singular
พลิPalinounThai script form of bali (“oblation”)Thai character form-of masculine
พลิPaliadjThai script form of bali, which is inflection of พลินฺ: ## nominative singular neuter ## vocative singular masculine/neuter (balin, “strong”) / Thai script form of bali, which is inflection of พลินฺThai character form-of
พลิPaliadjThai script form of bali, which is inflection of พลินฺ: ## nominative singular neuter ## vocative singular masculine/neuter (balin, “strong”) / nominative singular neuterneuter nominative singular
พลิPaliadjThai script form of bali, which is inflection of พลินฺ: ## nominative singular neuter ## vocative singular masculine/neuter (balin, “strong”) / vocative singular masculine/neuter (balin, “strong”)
พาThaiverbto lead; to bring; to take.
พาThaiverbto direct; to conduct; to guide.
พาThaiverbto carry or have (on one's body, with oneself, or around one).
พาThaiverbto convect.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
ຄວີນLaonounqueen (royal person)colloquial
ຄວີນLaonounqueencard-games games
ຄວີນLaonounqueenboard-games chess games
မှတ်တိုင်Burmesenounpost or pillar with a sign (bus stop, border pillar, etc.)
မှတ်တိုင်Burmesenounlandmarkfiguratively
აშიLaznumsix
აშიLaznounvaccine, vaccination
გოინთხენLazverbto lie down
გოინთხენLazverbto enlarge, to expand
ምንTigreprepfrom, of, off, out of or away from
ምንTigreprepthan
ምንTigreconjwhen, marks a temporal clause
ምንTigreconjif, marks the protasis of a conditional sentence
ḏrtEgyptiannounhand
ḏrtEgyptiannountrunk
ḏrtEgyptiannouncalffeminine
ṯḥnEgyptianverb(transitive or intransitive (with n or r)) to encounter, to meet (someone) on the way / to encounter, to meet (someone) on the way
ṯḥnEgyptianverbto touch (something) in order to harm it, to disturb, to molesttransitive
ṯḥnEgyptianverb(transitive or intransitive (with ḥnꜥ)) to engage (an enemy) in battle / to engage (an enemy) in battle
ṯḥnEgyptianverbto gleam, to shine outintransitive
ṯḥnEgyptianverbto be(come) cheerful or display cheerintransitive
ἀμόργηAncient Greeknounwatery part which runs out when olives are pressed, amurca
ἀμόργηAncient Greeknounkind of dye
ἄμπυξAncient Greeknounwoman's diadem, frontlet
ἄμπυξAncient Greeknounhorse's headband
ἄμπυξAncient Greeknounrim of a wheel
ἐπιδήμιοςAncient Greekadjamong the people
ἐπιδήμιοςAncient Greekadjat home
ἐπιδήμιοςAncient Greekadjresident
ἐπιεικήςAncient Greekadjfitting, suitable
ἐπιεικήςAncient Greekadjreasonable
ἐπιεικήςAncient Greekadjfair, equitable, not according to the letter of the law
ἐπιεικήςAncient Greekadjable, capable
ἐπιεικήςAncient Greekadjreasonable, fair, kind, gentle, good
ἜδεσσαAncient GreeknameEdessa (a city in Greece)
ἜδεσσαAncient GreeknameUrfa (a city in Turkey)
Translingualsymbollines (unit of measure)
Translingualsymbolthird derivative
Translingualsymbolused to distinguish four or more points, lines, etc. with the same namegeometry mathematics sciences
ⲣⲱϩⲉCopticnouncleansingSahidic
ⲣⲱϩⲉCopticverbto be clean, to cleanse, to washSahidic
なうJapanesesuffixdoing ~ right nowdated morpheme slang
なうJapanesesuffixat ~ right nowdated morpheme slang
なうJapanesesuffixModern form of なふ (-nafu)Modern alt-of morpheme
ぼろぼろJapaneseadjtired, exhausted
ぼろぼろJapaneseadjcrumbling, in need of repair
ぼろぼろJapaneseadjragged, beat up
ぼろぼろJapaneseadvbeing dilapidated, beat-up, old, crumbling, worn-out, raggedonomatopoeic
ぼろぼろJapaneseadvfood falling out of one's mouth while eating
ぼろぼろJapaneseadvtears falling
ぼろぼろJapaneseverbbe in tatters, be in rags
ぼろぼろJapaneseverbbe crumbled
ヒールJapanesenounShort for ハイヒール (hai hīru, “high heels”).abbreviation alt-of
ヒールJapanesenounSynonym of 踵 (kakato, “heel (part of the shoe)”)
ヒールJapanesenounbad guygovernment hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics professional-wrestling sports war wrestling
ヒールJapanesenounskill, magic or spell purpose to heal anyonevideo-games
ヒールJapanesenounact to heal anyonevideo-games
ヒールJapaneseverbto healvideo-games
Chinesecharacteryou, yourliterary
Chinesecharacterbeliterary
Chinesecharacterthen; henceliterary
Chinesecharacteronly then; not ... untilliterary
Chinesecharacterbutliterary
Chinesecharactersurprisingly; unexpectedlyliterary
Chinesecharacteryou (singular)Internet Mainland-China
ChinesecharacternowNorthern Wu
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 哪 (“which; where”)Taishanese alt-of alternative colloquial
Vietnamesecharacterchữ Hán form of nhũ (“breast”).
VietnamesecharacterNôm form of vú (“breast”).
亞答Chinesenounthatched roof
亞答ChinesenounNypa fruticans
何什ChineseadvhowChangsha Xiang
何什Chineseadvwhat to doChangsha Xiang
何什ChineseadvwhyChangsha Xiang
何什ChineseadvhoweverChangsha Xiang
Chinesecharacterprice; cost
Chinesecharactervalue
Chinesecharactervalence; valencychemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
Chinesecharactervalence; valencyhuman-sciences linguistics sciences
Chinesecharactera surname: Jia
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 介 (so, such)alt-of alternative
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 㒑價/㒑价 (kuǐqiǎ).
Chinesecharacterno-gloss
儒教ChinesenounConfucianism
儒教ChinesenounReligious Confucianism
儲けるJapaneseverbprofit
儲けるJapaneseverbhave a child
和田ChinesenameHotan River (a river in Xinjiang, China)
和田ChinesenameHotan (a prefecture of Xinjiang, China)
和田ChinesenameHotan (a county-level city in Hotan prefecture, Xinjiang, China)
和田ChinesenameHotan (a county of Hotan prefecture, Xinjiang, China)
娛樂Chinesenounentertainment; recreation; amusement
娛樂Chinesenounrelated to gambling (regional usage in Macao)
娛樂Chineseverbto entertain
娛樂Chineseverbto amuse oneself; to have fun
婚事Chinesenounmarriage; matrimony (Classifier: 門/门; 樁/桩)
婚事Chinesenounwedding (Classifier: 門/门; 樁/桩)
Chinesecharacterbandit; thief; invader
Chinesecharacterfoe; enemy
Chinesecharacterto rob; to plunder
Chinesecharacterto invade
Chinesecharactera surname
Chinesecharacterabundant; ample
Chinesecharacterrich; wealthy
Chinesecharacterwealth
Chinesecharacterto make rich; to make wealthy
Chinesecharactera surname: Fu
ChinesecharacterFu County, Fuxian (a county of Yan'an, Shaanxi, China)
Chinesecharacterto monopolize; to take sole possession
Chinesecharacterspecific; special; exclusive
Chinesecharacterexpert; focused; concentrated
Chinesecharacterexclusively; specially
Chinesecharacterspindle; spinning wheelobsolete
Chinesecharactera surname: Zhuan
Chinesecharactersixth of twelve earthly branches (十二支)
Chinesecharactersnake (蛇) of Chinese zodiac
KoreancharacterHanja form of 사 (“teacher; master; one's mentor”).alt-of hanja
KoreancharacterHanja form of 사 (“(military) division; army”).alt-of hanja
戴頭盔ChineseverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see 戴 (dài), 頭盔/头盔 (tóukuī).verb-object
戴頭盔Chineseverbto put up a disclaimer or cautiously word in fear of having to take responsibility for making mistakesCantonese Hong-Kong slang verb-object
Japanesecharacterto worshipgrade-6-kanji kanji shinjitai
Japanesecharacteryours truly, yours faithfully (respectful term placed after one's own name at the end of a letter)grade-6-kanji kanji shinjitai
指南Chinesenounguide; guide book; directory
指南Chinesenouncompassobsolete
指南ChinesenameZhinan (a village in Wanquan, Honghu, Jingzhou, Hubei, China)
搭建Chineseverbto build; to put up; to erecttransitive
搭建Chineseverbto set up; to establish; to foundtransitive
春光Chinesenounspring scenery; radiance of springtime
春光Chinesenounlust; sexual intercoursefiguratively
春光Chinesenounexposed skin (e.g. cleavage); good figurefiguratively
春光Chinesenounagefiguratively literary
智性戀Chinesenounsapiosexualityuncountable
智性戀Chinesenounsapiosexualcountable
會做Chineseverbto be able to do something; canMin Southern
會做Chineseverbto be permitted to do something; mayMin Southern
會做Chineseadjcompetent; capableMin Northern
ChinesecharacterUsed in personal names.
Chinesecharacterthick; viscousCantonese
ChinesecharacterseriousCantonese
Chinesecharactermast (of a ship)
Chinesecharactersail
Chinesecharactershort spearobsolete
植木Japanesenouna planted tree or shrub, as in a garden or pot
植木Japanesenouna bonsaibroadly
植木Japanesenouna live tree in general, not necessarily in a garden or pot
植木Japanesenamea surname
Chinesecharacterfelt
Chinesecharacterfelt underlay (used in Chinese calligraphy)
Chinesecharacterblanket; rug; carpet (Classifier: 張/张 c)Cantonese Eastern Min Pinghua Teochew
氫氧Chinesenoun(inorganic chemistry) hydroxide ion
氫氧Chinesenoun(organic chemistry) hydroxyl group
氫氧Chinesenounoxyhydrogen (mixture of hydrogen and oxygen gases)chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
沙場Chinesenounsandpit; sandy field
沙場Chinesenounbattlefield; battleground
油筆Chinesenounpen or writing brush with water-insoluble ink
油筆Chinesenounballpoint penChina Northern specifically
流蕩Chineseverbto flow; to float
流蕩Chineseverbto roam about; to rove; to wander; to tramp
淮南ChinesenameHuainan (a prefecture-level city in Anhui, China)
淮南ChinesenameHuainan, a principality under the Han dynastyhistorical
淮南Chinesenamethe lands south of the Huai River but north of the Yangtze, generallyarchaic
炸彈Chinesenounbomb (Classifier: 顆/颗 m; 個/个 c)
炸彈Chinesenoun"bomb"; 4 cards of the same rank, which can beat any other category and individual card except "king bomb" (王炸) or another bomb with a higher or equal rank
炸彈Chinesenounfrigate tuna (Auxis thazard)Hokkien Xiamen
無張持Chineseadvsuddenly; unexpectedlyMin Southern
無張持Chineseadvby accidentTaiwanese-Hokkien Zhangzhou
Vietnamesecharacterno-gloss
Vietnameseaffixchữ Hán form of phụ (“father”).
Vietnameseaffixchữ Hán form of phụ (“elderly male relative”).
番紅花Chinesenounsaffron crocus (Crocus sativus)
番紅花Chinesenounsaffron (spice)
異常Chineseadjabnormal; unusual; extraordinary; bizarre; out of the ordinary
異常Chineseadvextremely; particularly; exceedingly
異常Chinesenounabnormality
異常Chinesenounexceptioncomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
義理Chinesenounpoint; reasoning; argument (for a speech, essay, text, etc.)
義理Chinesenounphilosophical or religious doctrine
義理Chinesenounmeaning and principleliterary
自由Japaneseadjfree (as in freedom)
自由Japaneseadjflexible
自由Japanesenounfreedom, liberty
自由Japanesenoundemand (for goods or services)rare
自由Japanesenouna toilet, a restroomeuphemistic
Chinesecharacterto offer; to present
Chinesecharacterto recommend; to suggest; to endorse
Chinesecharacterto sacrificeliterary
Chinesecharactersacrifice; offeringliterary
Chinesecharacterfodder grass
Chinesecharacterstraw mat
Chinesecharacterrepeatedly
ChinesecharacterAlternative name for 骶 (dǐ, “sacrum”).anatomy medicine sciencesalt-of alternative name
藤袴JapanesenounEupatorium fortunei or Eupatorium japonicum, species of boneset
藤袴Japanesenouna style of layering garments, both front and back are colored light purple
藤袴Japanesenamethe thirtieth chapter of The Tale of Genji
表現Chineseverbto show; to display; to manifest
表現Chineseverbto express
表現Chineseverbto show off; to make a display of; to flaunt
表現Chinesenounperformance (at school, work, etc.); behaviour; conduct
表現Chinesenounexpression (of an artistic nature)
表現Chinesenounpresentationmedicine sciences
Chinesecharacterto ridicule; to jeer; to mock
Chinesecharacterto interrogateliterary
Chinesecharacterto exhort; to admonishliterary
賛美歌Japanesenounhymn; song of praise.
賛美歌Japanesenounhymnal.
起去Chineseverbto go upMin Southern
起去Chineseverbused after a verb to indicate motion from nearby to further awayMin Southern
迪斯科Chinesenoundisco music (including Disco, Eurodisco, and Italo disco)
迪斯科Chinesenoundisco dancing
退治Japanesenounstamping out, wiping out
退治Japanesenounexterminating pests
退治Japaneseverbstamp out, eradicate
退治Japaneseverbexterminate
金馬Chinesenoungold horse
金馬Chinesenounimperial court or capitalliterary
金馬ChinesenounHanlin Academy scholarliterary
金馬Chinesename(~門) a gate in the Han dynasty where literati waited for imperial ordershistorical
金馬Chinesename(~署) imperial library of the Han dynastyhistorical
金馬ChinesenameAlternative term for 翰林院 (Hànlínyuàn, “Hanlin Academy”).alt-of alternative historical
金馬ChinesenameFujian Province, Republic of China after 1949 (Short for 金門/金门 (Jīnmén) + 馬祖/马祖 (Mǎzǔ): “Kinmen and Matsu”.)
Chinesecharactermust; have to; should
Chinesecharacter^† to wait / to waitobsolete
Chinesecharacter^† to need / to needobsolete
Chinesecharacterto halt; to bring to an endliterary
Chinesecharacterto useliterary
Chinesecharactershort momentin-compounds literary
Chinesecharactera surname: Xu
餅仔Chinesenounslice of a cake, pie, etc.Cantonese
餅仔Chinesenounbiscuit; cracker; cookieTaishanese
麵條子ChinesenounnoodlesJin Mandarin dialectal
麵條子ChinesenounyoutiaoHakka Yudu
Koreannounflower; flowering plantbiology botany natural-sciences
Koreannounprime; central part; essencefiguratively
Koreannouna tower or similar tall structure
Koreannouna pagoda or such a monument that has evolved from the archaic stupaBuddhism lifestyle religion
KoreannounThe Tower (Tarot card)human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences tarot
Koreannounhot water
Koreannounsoup
Koreansyllable湯: to boil (eumhun reading: 끓을 탕 (kkeureul tang)) (MC reading: 湯 (MC syang)) / 湯: to boil
Koreansyllable湯: to boil (eumhun reading: 끓을 탕 (kkeureul tang)) (MC reading: 湯 (MC syang))
Koreansyllable湯: to boil (eumhun reading: 끓을 탕 (kkeureul tang)) (MC reading: 湯 (MC syang))
Koreansyllable宕: (MC reading: 宕 (MC dangH)) / 宕
Koreansyllable宕: (MC reading: 宕 (MC dangH))
Koreansyllable帑: (MC reading: 帑 (MC thangX)) / 帑
Koreansyllable帑: (MC reading: 帑 (MC thangX))
Koreansyllable糖: (MC reading: 糖 (MC dang)) / 糖
Koreansyllable糖: (MC reading: 糖 (MC dang))
Koreansyllable蕩: (MC reading: 蕩 (MC dangX|thangH)) / 蕩
Koreansyllable蕩: (MC reading: 蕩 (MC dangX|thangH))
Koreansyllable燙: (MC reading: 燙) / 燙
Koreansyllable燙: (MC reading: 燙)
Koreansyllable盪: (MC reading: 盪 (MC thang|dangX|thangH)) / 盪
Koreansyllable盪: (MC reading: 盪 (MC thang|dangX|thangH))
Koreansyllable碭: (MC reading: 碭 (MC dang|dangH)) / 碭
Koreansyllable碭: (MC reading: 碭 (MC dang|dangH))
Koreansyllable蘯: (MC reading: 蘯) / 蘯
Koreansyllable蘯: (MC reading: 蘯)
Koreansyllable婸: (MC reading: 婸 (MC dangX)) / 婸
Koreansyllable婸: (MC reading: 婸 (MC dangX))
Koreansyllable愓: (MC reading: 愓 (MC dangX)) / 愓
Koreansyllable愓: (MC reading: 愓 (MC dangX))
Koreansyllable摥: (MC reading: 摥) / 摥
Koreansyllable摥: (MC reading: 摥)
Koreansyllable潒: (MC reading: 潒 (MC dangX)) / 潒
Koreansyllable潒: (MC reading: 潒 (MC dangX))
Koreansyllable瑒: (MC reading: 瑒 (MC draengX)) / 瑒
Koreansyllable瑒: (MC reading: 瑒 (MC draengX))
Koreansyllable璗: (MC reading: 璗 (MC dangX)) / 璗
Koreansyllable璗: (MC reading: 璗 (MC dangX))
Koreansyllable簜: (MC reading: 簜 (MC thang|dangX)) / 簜
Koreansyllable簜: (MC reading: 簜 (MC thang|dangX))
Koreansyllable菪: (MC reading: 菪) / 菪
Koreansyllable菪: (MC reading: 菪)
Koreansyllable薚: (MC reading: 薚 (MC thang)) / 薚
Koreansyllable薚: (MC reading: 薚 (MC thang))
Koreansyllable蝪: (MC reading: 蝪 (MC thang)) / 蝪
Koreansyllable蝪: (MC reading: 蝪 (MC thang))
Koreansyllable踼: (MC reading: 踼 (MC dang|thang|dangH)) / 踼
Koreansyllable踼: (MC reading: 踼 (MC dang|thang|dangH))
Koreansyllable逿: (MC reading: 逿 (MC dangH)) / 逿
Koreansyllable逿: (MC reading: 逿 (MC dangH))
Koreansyllable鏜: (MC reading: 鏜 (MC thang)) / 鏜
Koreansyllable鏜: (MC reading: 鏜 (MC thang))
Koreansyllable鐋: (MC reading: 鐋) / 鐋
Koreansyllable鐋: (MC reading: 鐋)
Koreansyllable闛: (MC reading: 闛 (MC dang|thang)) / 闛
Koreansyllable闛: (MC reading: 闛 (MC dang|thang))
혹여Koreanadvby any chance
혹여Koreanadvmaybe
(military) formation of troopsechelonEnglishnounA level or rank in an organization, profession, or society.
(military) formation of troopsechelonEnglishnounA line of riders seeking maximum drafting in a crosswind, resulting in a diagonal line across the road.cycling hobbies lifestyle sports
(military) formation of troopsechelonEnglishnounA formation of troops, ships, etc., in diagonal parallel rows.government military politics war
(military) formation of troopsechelonEnglishverbTo form troops into an echelon.government military politics wartransitive
(military) formation of troopsechelonEnglishadjOf a matrix: having undergone Gaussian elimination with the result that the leading coefficient or pivot (that is, the first nonzero number from the left) of a nonzero row is to the right of the pivot of the row above it, giving rise to a stepped appearance in the matrix.linear-algebra mathematics sciencesnot-comparable
(to the open): julki; to be revealedilmiFinnishadvpublic, known, to the daylight, to the open (ceasing to be secret, unknown or hidden)
(to the open): julki; to be revealedilmiFinnishadvcompletely, very much
(to the open): julki; to be revealedilmiFinnishadvoutright, full
(transitive) To tease someone in a kindly fashionjoshEnglishnounAn instance of good-natured banter.
(transitive) To tease someone in a kindly fashionjoshEnglishverbTo tease someone in a kindly or friendly fashion.transitive
(transitive) To tease someone in a kindly fashionjoshEnglishverbTo make or exchange good-natured jokes.intransitive
(transitive) to delay — see also delay, postpone, put offdeferEnglishverbTo delay or postpone.transitive
(transitive) to delay — see also delay, postpone, put offdeferEnglishverbTo delay or postpone. / to postpone induction into military service.common especially transitive
(transitive) to delay — see also delay, postpone, put offdeferEnglishverbAfter winning the opening coin toss, to postpone until the start of the second half a team's choice of whether to kick off or receive (and to allow the opposing team to make this choice at the start of the first half).American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
(transitive) to delay — see also delay, postpone, put offdeferEnglishverbTo delay, to wait.intransitive
(transitive) to delay — see also delay, postpone, put offdeferEnglishverbTo submit to the opinion or desire of others in respect to their judgment or authority.intransitive transitive
(transitive) to delay — see also delay, postpone, put offdeferEnglishverbTo render, to offer.
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic' 'TranslingualpunctEncloses a quotation in some languages.
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic' 'TranslingualpunctEncloses a cultivar epithet in the names of plant cultivars.biology natural-sciences taxonomy
Assyrian Neo-Aramaic' 'TranslingualpunctEncloses a string literal in some programming languages.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
Bhaiksuki scriptतुलाSanskritnounbalance, scales
Bhaiksuki scriptतुलाSanskritnounweight
Buddhist temple寺院ChinesenounBuddhist temple
Buddhist temple寺院Chinesenounmonastery
Centaurea cyanusbachelor's buttonEnglishnounAny one of a number of plants with daisy-like, button-shaped flowers of the genus Centaurea, especially the species Centaurea cyanus.plural-normally
Centaurea cyanusbachelor's buttonEnglishnounfeverfew, Tanacetum parthenium.plural-normally
Centaurea cyanusbachelor's buttonEnglishnounThe plant Ranunculus aconitifolius.plural-normally
Centaurea cyanusbachelor's buttonEnglishnounA button which may be attached to clothing without resorting to needle and thread.
Dien BienDien Bien PhuEnglishnameA city in Dien Bien Phu prefecture, Dien Bien, Northern Vietnam, North Vietnam, Vietnam
Dien BienDien Bien PhuEnglishnameA prefecture of Dien Bien, Northern Vietnam, North Vietnam, Vietnam
Emberiza brunicepsredheadEnglishnounA person with red hair.
Emberiza brunicepsredheadEnglishnounA North American duck (Aythya americana) highly esteemed as a game bird.
Emberiza brunicepsredheadEnglishnounA kind of milkweed (Asclepia curassavica), with red flowers, formerly used in medicine.
Emberiza brunicepsredheadEnglishnounChinese red-headed centipede (Scolopendra subspinipes mutilans)
Emberiza brunicepsredheadEnglishnounred-headed bunting (Emberiza bruniceps)
Emberiza brunicepsredheadEnglishnounred-headed titi (Callicebus regulus)
Emberiza brunicepsredheadEnglishnounred-headed vulture (Sarcogyps calvus)
Emberiza brunicepsredheadEnglishnounred-headed woodpecker (Melanerpes erythrocephalus)
Emberiza brunicepsredheadEnglishnounA kind of 800-watt lamp.broadcasting entertainment film lifestyle media television theater
Form II: حَمَّى (ḥammā); Active participleح م يArabicrootrelated to prohibiting, protecting, defendingmorpheme
Form II: حَمَّى (ḥammā); Active participleح م يArabicrootrelated to being hot, heatedmorpheme
Form II: حَنَّكَ (ḥannaka, “to attain or make attaim experience, to become or make train, to gain or make gain discipline; to rub the palate; to bind about or draw from the jaw”)ح ن كArabicrootrelated to the jaw; palatemorpheme
Form II: حَنَّكَ (ḥannaka, “to attain or make attaim experience, to become or make train, to gain or make gain discipline; to rub the palate; to bind about or draw from the jaw”)ح ن كArabicrootrelated to the being trained, experienced or wisemorpheme
Form VII: اِنْسَلَبَ (insalaba, “to advance very fast”); Verbal nounس ل بArabicrootrelated to snatching, robbing, taking away, deprivingmorpheme
Form VII: اِنْسَلَبَ (insalaba, “to advance very fast”); Verbal nounس ل بArabicrootrelated to negativitymorpheme
Form VIII: اِشْتَرَطَ (ištaraṭa); Verbal nounش ر طArabicrootRelated to cutting or tearing.morpheme
Form VIII: اِشْتَرَطَ (ištaraṭa); Verbal nounش ر طArabicrootRelated to imposing conditions.morpheme
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA berry.obsolete
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounLaurus nobilis, a tree or shrub of the family Lauraceae, having dark green leaves and berries.
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounBay leaf, the leaf of this or certain other species of tree or shrub, used as a herb.
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounThe leaves of this shrub, woven into a garland used to reward a champion or victor; hence, fame, victory.archaic in-plural
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA tract covered with bay trees.US dialectal
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA kind of mahogany obtained from Campeche in Mexico.
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA body of water (especially the sea) more-or-less three-quarters surrounded by land.geography natural-sciences
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA bank or dam to keep back water.
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounAn opening in a wall, especially between two columns.
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounAn internal recess; a compartment or area surrounded on three sides.
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounThe distance between two supports in a vault or building with a pitched roof.
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounEach of the spaces, port and starboard, between decks, forward of the bitts, in sailing warships.nautical transport
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA bay platform.rail-transport railways transport
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA bay window.
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounThe excited howling of dogs when hunting or being attacked.
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounThe climactic confrontation between hunting-dogs and their prey.broadly
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA state of being obliged to face an antagonist or a difficulty, when escape has become impossible.figuratively
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishverbTo howl.intransitive
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishverbTo bark at; hence, to follow with barking; to bring or drive to bay.transitive
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishverbTo pursue noisily, like a pack of hounds.transitive
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishadjOf a reddish-brown colour.especially
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA brown colour/color of the coat of some horses.countable uncountable
Garland symbolic of fame, victorbayEnglishnounA horse of this color.countable uncountable
Grantha scriptझट्SanskritverbTo become matted or clotted together (as hair)
Grantha scriptझट्SanskritverbTo become confused or entangled
Grantha scriptझट्Sanskritrootto fallmorpheme reconstruction
Grantha scriptझट्Sanskritrootsudden movementmorpheme reconstruction
Grantha scriptसिद्धिSanskritnounsuccess, perfection, attainment, determination, substantiation
Grantha scriptसिद्धिSanskritnounmaturing, efficiency
Grantha scriptसिद्धिSanskritnounwork of art
Grantha scriptसिद्धिSanskritnounacquisition of supernatural powers by magical means
Grantha scriptसिद्धिSanskritnouna kind of medicinal root
Helleborus nigerblack helleboreEnglishnounA poisonous and medicinal plant, Helleborus niger.
Helleborus nigerblack helleboreEnglishnounAnother similarly poisonous and medicinal plant, the black false hellebore, Veratrum nigrum.
Innate, possessed by an organism at birthinbornEnglishadjInnate, possessed by an organism at birth.not-comparable
Innate, possessed by an organism at birthinbornEnglishadjInherited or hereditary.not-comparable
Italian associationcorporationEnglishnounA body corporate, created by law or under authority of law, having a continuous existence independent of the existences of its members, and powers and liabilities distinct from those of its members.
Italian associationcorporationEnglishnounThe municipal governing body of a borough or city.
Italian associationcorporationEnglishnounIn Fascist Italy, a joint association of employers' and workers' representatives.historical
Italian associationcorporationEnglishnounA protruding belly.dated humorous slang
Kaithi scriptरावणSanskritnounRavana, the king of the Rakshasas and the primary antagonist of the Ramayana.Hinduism
Kaithi scriptरावणSanskritnounpatr. fr. रवण g. शिवादि
Kaithi scriptरावणSanskritnounname of a prince of कश्मीर Rājat.
Kaithi scriptरावणSanskritnounname of various authors Cat.
Lacking subtlety or sophisticationsimple-mindednessEnglishnounThe property of being simple-minded: / The property of lacking subtlety or sophistication.uncountable
Lacking subtlety or sophisticationsimple-mindednessEnglishnounThe property of being simple-minded: / The property of lacking mental capacity; feeble-mindedness.uncountable
Low class condition or content; inferiority; inadequacy.raunchEnglishnounLow class condition or content; inferiority; inadequacy.uncountable
Low class condition or content; inferiority; inadequacy.raunchEnglishnounDishonorable, base, and vulgar expression.uncountable
Low class condition or content; inferiority; inadequacy.raunchEnglishnounSocially unacceptable sexual behavior.uncountable
Nandinagari scriptमैत्रेयSanskritadjfriendly, benevolent (MBh.)
Nandinagari scriptमैत्रेयSanskritnounpatronymic of कौषारव (kauṣārava) (AitBr.)
Nandinagari scriptमैत्रेयSanskritnounpatronymic of ग्लाव (glāva) (ChUp.) (according to Sch. matronymic from मित्रा (mitrā))
Nandinagari scriptमैत्रेयSanskritnounpatronymic of various other men (MBh., Pur.)
Nandinagari scriptमैत्रेयSanskritnounname of a bodhisattva and future Buddha (the 5th of the present age) (Lalit., MWB. 181 etc.)
Nandinagari scriptमैत्रेयSanskritnounname of the विदूषक (vidūṣaka) in the मृच्च्हकटिका (mṛc-chakaṭikā)
Nandinagari scriptमैत्रेयSanskritnounname of a grammarian (= मैत्रेयरक्षित (maitreya-rakṣita)) (Cat.)
Nandinagari scriptमैत्रेयSanskritnounname of a particular mixed caste (= मैत्रेयक (maitreyaka)) (Kull. on Mn. X, 33)
Nereocystis luetkeanabladder wrackEnglishnounFucus vesiculosus, seaweed widespread in the cool waters of the Atlantic and Pacific.countable uncountable
Nereocystis luetkeanabladder wrackEnglishnounNereocystis luetkeana, kelp common on the northeastern Pacific coast.countable uncountable
Nominal derivationstazamaSwahiliverbto look, to watch
Nominal derivationstazamaSwahiliverbto inspect, investigate, examine
NorwegianTranslingualpunctUsed as a quotation mark in some languages.
NorwegianTranslingualpunctUsed as a quotation mark in some languages. / ‟ ”
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
One who posts tweets on TwittertweeterEnglishnounAn electronic speaker designed to produce high-frequency sound.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
One who posts tweets on TwittertweeterEnglishnounOne who or that which makes a tweeting noise.
One who posts tweets on TwittertweeterEnglishnounOne who posts messages ("tweets") on the social networking site Twitter.
Plural; with loss of final vowel, whence modern halfpencehalpeniMiddle Englishnouna halfpenny (often given in charity)
Plural; with loss of final vowel, whence modern halfpencehalpeniMiddle Englishnouna coin from biblical times, a small foreign coinbiblical lifestyle religion
Plural; with loss of final vowel, whence modern halfpencehalpeniMiddle Englishnouna small foreign coinnautical transport
Plural; with loss of final vowel, whence modern halfpencehalpeniMiddle Englishnounan English gold coin worth five shillings, equivalent to a crown
Plural; with loss of final vowel, whence modern halfpencehalpeniMiddle Englishnouncosting a halfpenny, weighing as much as halfpennyattributive
Roman unit of societygensEnglishnounA legally defined unit of Roman society, being a collection of people related through a common ancestor by birth, marriage or adoption, possibly over many generations, and sharing the same nomen gentilicium.Ancient-Rome historical
Roman unit of societygensEnglishnounA tribal subgroup whose members are characterized by having the same descent, usually along the male line.anthropology human-sciences sciences
Roman unit of societygensEnglishnounA host-specific lineage of a brood parasite species.^([W])biology natural-sciences zoology
Roman unit of societygensEnglishnounplural of gen (clipping of generation).form-of plural
SEM (“scanning electron microscope”)HRTEMEnglishnounAbbreviation of high resolution transmission electron microscopy.abbreviation alt-of uncountable
SEM (“scanning electron microscope”)HRTEMEnglishnounAbbreviation of high resolution transmission electron microscope.abbreviation alt-of countable
Scandinavian nautical milesea mileEnglishnounSynonym of nautical mile, a unit of distance now equal to exactly 1852 meters
Scandinavian nautical milesea mileEnglishnounA former version of the nautical mile in Scandinavia equal to 4 minutes of arc or about 4 nmi.historical
Siddham scriptइदम्Sanskritpronthis (something near to the speaker)
Siddham scriptइदम्SanskritadvhereVedic
Siddham scriptइदम्Sanskritadvnow, just
Siddham scriptइदम्Sanskritadvin this manner
SurnameBeauregardEnglishnameA surname from French.
SurnameBeauregardEnglishnameA male given name.
SurnameBeauregardEnglishnameA placename
SurnameBeauregardEnglishnounA variety of sweet potato.
The office of a canoncanonryEnglishnounThe office of a canon; a benefice or prebend in a cathedral or collegiate church.
The office of a canoncanonryEnglishnounCanons considered as a group.
Translationsspirit houseEnglishnounA small house- or temple-like structure mounted on a pillar at which offerings are made to a local deity or protective spirit.
Translationsspirit houseEnglishnounA place where hard liquor is stored or sold.historical
Translationsspirit houseEnglishnounA small house- or temple-like replica structure made of paper and cardboard specially made for the deceased to be displayed during funerals and later burned as an offering.Philippines
Zanabazar Square scriptदीपावलिSanskritnouna row of lights, illumination
Zanabazar Square scriptदीपावलिSanskritnameDiwaliHinduism
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishnounA container like an open bucket (usually to hold and carry coal).
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishnounA broad, shallow basket.
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishnounA dish, platter or a trencher.Northern-England Scotland obsolete
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishnounA small hatch or opening in a boat, sometimes one used for draining water from open deck.
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishnounA hatch that provides access to the roof from the interior of a building.business construction manufacturing
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishverbTo cut a hole or holes through the bottom, deck, or sides of (as of a ship), for any purpose.nautical transporttransitive
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishverbTo deliberately sink one's ship or boat by any means, usually by order of the vessel's commander or owner.transitive
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishverbTo deliberately wreck one's vehicle (of any sort).broadly transitive
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishverbTo undermine or thwart oneself or one's position or property, especially deliberately.broadly transitive
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishverbTo move hastily, to scurry.intransitive
a container like an open bucketscuttleEnglishnounA quick pace; a short run.
a cup or other vessel for drinkingpannikinEnglishnounA durable cup or other vessel used for drinking made of metal and coated in enamel.
a cup or other vessel for drinkingpannikinEnglishnounThe contents of such a vessel.
a questioninterrogativeEnglishadjAsking or denoting a question: as, an interrogative phrase, pronoun, or point.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
a questioninterrogativeEnglishadjPertaining to inquiry; questioning
a questioninterrogativeEnglishnounA word (pronoun, pronominal adjective, or adverb) implying interrogation, or used for asking a question: why, who, when, etc.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
a questioninterrogativeEnglishnounSynonym of question mark ⟨?⟩.media publishing typographyarchaic
a questioninterrogativeEnglishnounA question; an interrogation.rare
a simple & intuitive method reflecting supposed Eastern wisdomzenEnglishnounSynonym of enlightenment, particularly the kind acquired through Zen meditation.lifestyle religionuncountable
a simple & intuitive method reflecting supposed Eastern wisdomzenEnglishnounAn approach to instruction, understanding, or an activity similarly emphasizing simplicity and intuition rather than conventional thinking or fixation on goals.uncountable
a simple & intuitive method reflecting supposed Eastern wisdomzenEnglishadjAlternative letter-case form of Zen: of or related to Zen Buddhism, particularly its focus on indirect teaching of wisdom through riddles and stories.lifestyle religionalt-of
a simple & intuitive method reflecting supposed Eastern wisdomzenEnglishadjWise, displaying enlightenment or similar wisdom, insightful, unburdened and free of worries, extremely relaxed and capable.colloquial
act in which something is grappledgrapplingEnglishnounAn act in which something is grappled or grappled with.gerund
act in which something is grappledgrapplingEnglishnounA grappling hook or grappling iron.
act in which something is grappledgrapplingEnglishnounA small anchor; a grapnel.
act in which something is grappledgrapplingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of grappleform-of gerund participle present
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 of redeployingredeploymentEnglishnounThe act of redeploying.countable uncountable
act of redeployingredeploymentEnglishnounA new deployment.countable uncountable
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To administer a blow to, directly or with a weapon or missile.headingphysical transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To come into contact with forcefully and suddenly.headingphysical transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To strike against something.headingintransitive physical
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To activate a button or key by pressing and releasing it.headingphysical transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To kill a person, usually on the instructions of a third party.headingphysical slang transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To attack, especially amphibiously.government heading military politics warphysical transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo strike. / To affect someone, as if dealing a blow to that person.headingfiguratively intransitive physical transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo manage to touch (a target) in the right place.transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo switch on.colloquial transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo commence playing.entertainment lifestyle musicinformal transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo briefly visit.colloquial transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo encounter an obstacle or other difficulty.informal transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo attain, to achieve. / To reach or achieve.headinginformal transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo attain, to achieve. / To meet or reach what was aimed at or desired; to succeed, often by luck.headingintransitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo attain, to achieve. / To guess; to light upon or discover.heading
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo affect negatively.transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo attack.figuratively
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo make a play. / In blackjack, to deal a card to.card-games games headingtransitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo make a play. / To come up to bat.ball-games baseball games heading hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo make a play. / To take up, or replace by a piece belonging to the opposing player; said of a single unprotected piece on a point.backgammon games heading
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo use; to connect to.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencestransitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo have sex with.US slang transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbTo inhale an amount of smoke from a narcotic substance, particularly marijuana.US slang transitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverb(of an exercise) to affect, to work a body part.bodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
administer a blowhitEnglishverbto work outbodybuilding hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA blow; a punch; a striking against; the collision of one body against another; the stroke that touches anything.
administer a blowhitEnglishnounSomething very successful, such as a song, film, or video game, that receives widespread recognition and acclaim.
administer a blowhitEnglishnounAn attack on a location, person or people.
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA collision of a projectile with the target.
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA collision of a projectile with the target. / In the game of Battleship, a correct guess at where one's opponent ship is.
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA match found by searching a computer system or search enginecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesInternet
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA measured visit to a web site, a request for a single file from a web server.Internet
administer a blowhitEnglishnounAn approximately correct answer in a test set.
administer a blowhitEnglishnounThe complete play, when the batter reaches base without the benefit of a walk, error, or fielder’s choice.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA dose of an illegal or addictive drug.colloquial
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA premeditated murder done for criminal or political purposes.
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA peculiarly apt expression or turn of thought; a phrase which hits the mark.dated
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA move that throws one of the opponent's men back to the entering point.backgammon games
administer a blowhitEnglishnounA game won after the adversary has removed some of his men. It counts for less than a gammon.backgammon games
administer a blowhitEnglishadjVery successful.not-comparable
administer a blowhitEnglishpronIt.dialectal
admiration for and adoption of Greek cultureHellenismEnglishnounAny of the characteristics of ancient Greek culture, civilization, principles and ideals, including humanism, reason, the pursuit of knowledge and the arts, moderation and civic responsibility.countable uncountable
admiration for and adoption of Greek cultureHellenismEnglishnounThe modern-day revival of the polytheistic religious system of Ancient Greece and Romecountable uncountable
admiration for and adoption of Greek cultureHellenismEnglishnounThe national character or culture of Greece.countable uncountable
admiration for and adoption of Greek cultureHellenismEnglishnounThe culture and civilization of the Hellenistic period.countable uncountable
admiration for and adoption of Greek cultureHellenismEnglishnounThe culture and civilization of the Hellenistic period. / The admiration for and adoption of ancient Greek culture, ideas and civilization.countable uncountable
admiration for and adoption of Greek cultureHellenismEnglishnounA Greek idiom or turn of phrase.countable uncountable
after vowels-miQuechuasuffixEvidential suffix, first-hand information. Indicates that the speaker has direct evidence/knowledge of some fact, having experienced it, seen it, heard it, etc.morpheme
after vowels-miQuechuasuffixUsed to mark an open-ended question; more informal than -taqmorpheme
againstthereatEnglishadvThere; at that place.not-comparable
againstthereatEnglishadvAt that event.not-comparable
against the nucleus of a biological cellantinuclearEnglishadjOpposed to the production or use of nuclear weapons, or opposed to the generation of electricity from nuclear power.
against the nucleus of a biological cellantinuclearEnglishadjServing as protection from nuclear devices
against the nucleus of a biological cellantinuclearEnglishadjAgainst the nucleus of a biological cell.
an alloyelectronEnglishnounThe subatomic particle having a negative charge and orbiting the nucleus; the flow of electrons in a conductor constitutes electricity.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
an alloyelectronEnglishnounAlloys of magnesium and other metals, like aluminum or zinc, that were manufactured by the German company Chemische Fabrik Griesheim-Elektron.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesobsolete
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishnounThe act of surveying; a general view.
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishnounA particular view; an examination, especially an official examination, of a particular group of items, in order to ascertain the condition, quantity, or quality.
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishnounThe operation of finding the contour, dimensions, position, or other particulars of any part of the Earth's surface.
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishnounA measured plan and description of any portion of country.
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishnounAn examination of the opinions of a group of people.
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishnounA questionnaire or similar instrument used for examining the opinions of a group of people.
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishnounAn auction at which a farm is let for a lease for lives.historical
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishnounA district for the collection of customs under a particular officer.US
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishverbTo inspect, or take a view of; to view with attention, as from a high place; to overlook
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishverbTo view with a scrutinizing eye; to examine.
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishverbTo examine with reference to condition, situation, value, etc.; to examine and ascertain the state of
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishverbTo determine the form, extent, position, etc., of, as a tract of land, a coast, harbor, or the like, by means of linear and angular measurements, and the application of the principles of geometry and trigonometry
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishverbTo examine and ascertain, as the boundaries and royalties of a manor, the tenure of the tenants, and the rent and value of the same.
an examination of the opinions of a groupsurveyEnglishverbTo investigate the opinions, experiences, etc., of people by asking them questions; to conduct a survey; to administer a questionnaire.
ancient kind of steel used in sword makingDamascus steelEnglishnounA kind of steel used in swordmaking from about 300 BC to 1700 AD, characterized by distinctive patterns of banding and mottling reminiscent of flowing water.countable uncountable
ancient kind of steel used in sword makingDamascus steelEnglishnounA modern composite steel made of distinctive portionings of different steels in patterns, resembling that of ancient Damascus steelcountable uncountable
angular distancelongitudeEnglishnounAngular distance measured west or east of the prime meridian.geography natural-sciencescountable uncountable
angular distancelongitudeEnglishnounAny imaginary line perpendicular to the equator and part of a great circle passing through the North Pole and South Pole.astronomy geography natural-sciencescountable uncountable
angular distancelongitudeEnglishnounLength.archaic countable uncountable
any of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touchednoli me tangereEnglishnounA picture depicting Jesus appearing to Mary Magdalene shortly after his resurrection from the dead (see the etymology).Christianity art arts
any of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touchednoli me tangereEnglishnounA warning to avoid or not to interfere.
any of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touchednoli me tangereEnglishnounSomeone (such as a disagreeable person) or something (such as a painful experience or taboo topic) to be avoided or not interfered with.
any of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touchednoli me tangereEnglishnounAny of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touched. / Some plants of the genus Impatiens; specifically, the touch-me-not balsam or yellow balsam (Impatiens noli-tangere).
any of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touchednoli me tangereEnglishnounAny of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touched. / The squirting cucumber (Ecballium elaterium).
any of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touchednoli me tangereEnglishnounAny of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touched. / The sensitive plant (Mimosa pudica), the leaves of which fold inwards and droop when shaken or touched.archaic
any of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touchednoli me tangereEnglishnounAny of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touched.
any of various plants with fruits or seed capsules that, when ripe, burst open and discharge their seeds when touched, or with leaves that fold and droop when touchednoli me tangereEnglishnounAny of various diseases causing ulcers of the skin and underlying tissues, especially of the face; many of these diseases are now thought to be due to basal cell carcinoma or squamous cell carcinoma.medicine sciencesobsolete
appendage added to something elseappurtenanceEnglishnounThat which appertains; an appendage to something else; an addition.
appendage added to something elseappurtenanceEnglishnounEquipment used for some specific task; gear.in-plural
appendage added to something elseappurtenanceEnglishnounA subordinate interest in land which benefits a principal estate, which cannot be detached from or held separately to that estate; an appurtenant interest.law
appendage added to something elseappurtenanceEnglishnounA modifier that is appended or prepended to another word to coin a new word that expresses belonging.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
appendage added to something elseappurtenanceEnglishnounThe state or quality of being an appurtenance.
area on western end of Long IslandBrooklynEnglishnameA borough of New York City, New York, United States. It is located on the western end of Long Island.
area on western end of Long IslandBrooklynEnglishnameA town in Green County, Wisconsin, United States.
area on western end of Long IslandBrooklynEnglishnameA village in Dane County and Green County, Wisconsin.
area on western end of Long IslandBrooklynEnglishnameA town in Green Lake County, Wisconsin.
area on western end of Long IslandBrooklynEnglishnameA town in Washburn County, Wisconsin.
area on western end of Long IslandBrooklynEnglishnameA number of townships in the United States, listed under Brooklyn Township.
area on western end of Long IslandBrooklynEnglishnameA suburb of Wellington, New Zealand.
area on western end of Long IslandBrooklynEnglishnameA female given name transferred from the place name, of modern usage, also spelled Brooklynn.
area on western end of Long IslandBrooklynEnglishnameA unisex given name transferred from the place name, of modern usage.
as a result or consequenceconsequentlyEnglishadvAs a result or consequence of something; subsequently.conjunctive not-comparable
as a result or consequenceconsequentlyEnglishadvsubsequently, following after in time or sequence.not-comparable obsolete sequence
attributive: belonging to himhisEnglishdetBelonging to him.
attributive: belonging to himhisEnglishdetBelonging to a person of unspecified gender.dated sometimes
attributive: belonging to himhisEnglishdetIts; belonging to it. (Now only when implying personification.)obsolete
attributive: belonging to himhisEnglishdetUsed as a genitive marker in place of ’s after a noun, especially a masculine noun ending in -s, to express the possessive case.archaic
attributive: belonging to himhisEnglishpronThat which belongs to him; the possessive case of he, used without a following noun.
attributive: belonging to himhisEnglishpronAlternative spelling of Hisalt-of alternative
attributive: belonging to himhisEnglishnounplural of hiform-of plural
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japanesenounthe yellowing of leaves in autumn
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japanesenounthe yellowed autumn leaves themselves
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉JapanesenounAlternative spelling of 紅葉 (momiji): the Japanese maple (Acer palmatum); a kind of kamon with a Japanese maple leaf designalt-of alternative
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japaneseverbto yellow in autumn
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japanesenamea female given name
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japanesenounyellowed autumn leaves
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉JapanesenounAlternative spelling of 紅葉 (momiji-ba): the leaves of the Japanese maple (Acer palmatum)alt-of alternative
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japanesenounthe yellowing of leaves in autumn
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japanesenounthe yellowed autumn leaves themselves
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japaneseverbto yellow in autumn
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japanesenamea surname
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japanesenamea surname
autumn leaves, mostly redden黄葉Japanesenamea female given name
backbone脊椎Chinesenounspine; backbone
backbone脊椎Chinesenounvertebra
bay outside the village of AboukirAboukirEnglishnameA village on the Mediterranean coast of Egypt which contains several ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Roman structures.
bay outside the village of AboukirAboukirEnglishnameA bay outside this village, at the mouth of the Nile, where on 1 August 1798 a British fleet led by Horatio Nelson defeated the French in the Battle of the Nile.
beautiful but heartless womanice queenEnglishnounA beautiful but heartless woman.idiomatic
beautiful but heartless womanice queenEnglishnounA female ice-skating champion.hobbies lifestyle sportsinformal
bed covering覆蓋Japanesenounthe act of coveringrare
bed covering覆蓋Japanesenouna covering, something that coversrare
bed covering覆蓋Japaneseverbto cover something, to cover something uprare
beefsteak polypore, ox tongue, ox tongue fungus, ox tongue mushroom, ox tongue polyporebeefsteak mushroomEnglishnounFistulina hepatica (an edible fungus)
beefsteak polypore, ox tongue, ox tongue fungus, ox tongue mushroom, ox tongue polyporebeefsteak mushroomEnglishnounGyromitra esculenta (a potentially fatally poisonous fungus that is a delicacy)
beforethereafterEnglishadvAfter that, from then on; thenceforth.not-comparable
beforethereafterEnglishnounSynonym of hereafter (“future existence or state”).countable uncommon uncountable
beforethereafterEnglishnounSynonym of hereafter (“existence after death”).countable poetic uncommon uncountable
being very sure of or positive about somethingconfidentEnglishadjVery sure of something; positive.
being very sure of or positive about somethingconfidentEnglishadjSelf-assured, self-reliant, sure of oneself.
being very sure of or positive about somethingconfidentEnglishadjForward, impudent.derogatory obsolete
being very sure of or positive about somethingconfidentEnglishnounObsolete form of confidant.alt-of obsolete
biblical discipleMatthewEnglishnameA male given name from Hebrew of biblical origin.
biblical discipleMatthewEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
biblical discipleMatthewEnglishnameMatthew the Evangelist, one of the twelve Apostles. A publican or tax-collector at Capernaum and credited with the authorship of the Gospel of Matthew.
biblical discipleMatthewEnglishnameThe Gospel of St. Matthew, the first book of the New Testament of the Bible. Traditionally the first of the four gospels, a book attributed to Matthew the Evangelist.biblical lifestyle religion
birch twigяпраҡBashkirnounleaf
birch twigяпраҡBashkirnounbirch twigs for banya (sauna)
bonepelvisEnglishnounThe large compound bone structure at the base of the spine that supports the legs. It consists of hip bone, sacrum and coccyx.anatomy medicine sciences
bonepelvisEnglishnounA funnel-shaped cavity, especially such a cavity in the kidney into which urine passes towards the ureteranatomy medicine sciences
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishverbTo close one's eyes in sleep.intransitive obsolete
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishverbTo close one's eyes.intransitive
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishverbUsually followed by at: to look the other way, to turn a blind eye.intransitive
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishverbTo close one's eyes quickly and involuntarily; to blink.intransitive
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishverbTo blink with only one eye as a message, signal, or suggestion, usually with an implication of conspiracy. (When transitive, the object may be the eye being winked, or the message being conveyed.)intransitive transitive
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishverbTo gleam fitfully or intermitently; to twinkle; to flicker.intransitive
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishnounAn act of winking (a blinking of only one eye), or a message sent by winking.
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishnounA brief period of sleep; especially forty winks.
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishnounA brief time; an instant.
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishnounThe smallest possible amount.
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishnounA subtle allusion.
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishnounSynonym of tiddlywink (“small disc used in the game of tiddlywinks”)
brief period of sleep — see also forty winkswinkEnglishnounSynonym of periwinkleBritish
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjSharp, clearly defined.
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjBrittle; friable; in a condition to break with a short, sharp fracture.
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjPossessing a certain degree of firmness and freshness.
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjDry and cold.
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjQuick and accurate.
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjBrief and to the point.usually
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjHaving a refreshing amount of acidity; having less acidity than green wine, but more than a flabby one.
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjLively; sparking; effervescing.
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjCurling in stiff curls or ringlets.dated
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjCurled by the ripple of water.obsolete
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjNot using fuzzy logic; based on a binary distinction between true and false.computing computing-theory engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
brittle, friablecrispEnglishadjStarched and pressed (ironed).
brittle, friablecrispEnglishnounA very thin slice of potato that has been deep fried, typically packaged and sold as a snack.British
brittle, friablecrispEnglishnounA crunchy, savoury snack food made from potato starch, cornmeal or other starchy cereal grain, packaged and eaten similarly to the above.British broadly colloquial
brittle, friablecrispEnglishnounA baked dessert made with fruit and crumb topping
brittle, friablecrispEnglishnounAnything baked or fried in thin slices and eaten as a snack.food lifestyleBritish
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo make crisp.transitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo become crisp.intransitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo cause to curl or wrinkle (of the leaves or petals of plants, for example); to form into ringlets or tight curls (of hair).dated transitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo become curled.dated intransitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo cause to undulate irregularly (of water); to cause to ripple.dated transitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo undulate or ripple.dated intransitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo wrinkle, contort or tense (a part of one's body).dated transitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo become contorted or tensed (of a part of the body).dated intransitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo interweave (of the branches of trees).intransitive rare transitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo make a sharp or harsh sound.dated intransitive
brittle, friablecrispEnglishverbTo colour (something with highlights); to add small amounts of colour to (something).dated transitive
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishadjFinal, ultimate, coming after all others of its kind.not-comparable
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishadjMost recent, latest, last so far.not-comparable
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishadjFarthest of all from a given quality, character, or condition; most unlikely, or least preferable.not-comparable
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishadjBeing the only one remaining of its class.not-comparable
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishadjSupreme; highest in degree; utmost.not-comparable
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishadjLowest in rank or degree.not-comparable
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishdetThe (one) immediately before the present.
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishdetClosest in the past, or closest but one if the closest was very recent; of days, sometimes thought to specifically refer to the instance closest to seven days (one week) ago, or the most recent instance before seven days (one week) ago.
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishadvMost recently.not-comparable
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishadvafter everything else; finallynot-comparable sequence
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishverbTo endure, continue over time.intransitive
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishverbTo hold out, continue undefeated or entire.intransitive
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishverbTo purposefully refrain from orgasmintransitive slang
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishverbTo perform, carry out.obsolete transitive
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishnounA tool for shaping or preserving the shape of shoes.
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishverbTo shape with a last; to fasten or fit to a last; to place smoothly on a last.
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishnounA burden; load; a cargo; freight.obsolete
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishnounA measure of weight or quantity, varying in designation depending on the goods concerned.obsolete
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishnounAn old English (and Dutch) measure of the carrying capacity of a ship, equal to two tons.obsolete
burden, load, cargo, freightlastEnglishnounA load of some commodity with reference to its weight and commercial value.
business requiring union membership for employmentclosed shopEnglishnounA business or industrial establishment whose employees are required to be labor union members as a precondition to employment.
business requiring union membership for employmentclosed shopEnglishnounA facility that runs programs on behalf of others, giving them no oversight over execution but merely returning the output at the end.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences scienceshistorical
by extension: attacking cherished beliefsiconoclasmEnglishnounThe belief in, participation in, or sanction of destroying religious icons and other symbols or monuments, usually with religious or political motives.countable uncountable
by extension: attacking cherished beliefsiconoclasmEnglishnounA challenge to a widely held belief, tradition or cherished institution.countable figuratively uncountable
calm, peaceful — see also calm, peacefulpacificEnglishadjCalm, peaceful.
calm, peaceful — see also calm, peacefulpacificEnglishadjPreferring peace by nature; avoiding violence.
capable of causing fireincendiaryEnglishadjCapable of, or used for, or actually causing fire.
capable of causing fireincendiaryEnglishadjOf a damaging fire, intentionally caused rather than accidental.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technical
capable of causing fireincendiaryEnglishadjIntentionally stirring up strife, riot, rebellion.figuratively
capable of causing fireincendiaryEnglishadjInflammatory, emotionally charged.figuratively
capable of causing fireincendiaryEnglishnounSomething capable of causing fire, particularly a weapon.
capable of causing fireincendiaryEnglishnounOne who maliciously sets fires.
capable of causing fireincendiaryEnglishnounOne who excites or inflames factions into quarrels.figuratively
card game撲克Chinesenouncard game
card game撲克Chinesenouncard game / poker (a card game)
card game撲克Chinesenounplaying card (Classifier: 副 m)
cardinal number 100hundredEnglishnumA numerical value equal to 100 (10²), occurring after ninety-nine.
cardinal number 100hundredEnglishnumThe pronunciation of “00” for the two digits denoting the minutes.
cardinal number 100hundredEnglishnounA hundred-dollar bill, or any other note denominated 100 (e.g. a hundred euros).
cardinal number 100hundredEnglishnounAn administrative subdivision of southern English counties formerly reckoned as comprising 100 hides (households or families) and notionally equal to 12,000 acres.historical
cardinal number 100hundredEnglishnounSimilar divisions in other areas, particularly in other areas of Britain or the British Empirebroadly historical
cardinal number 100hundredEnglishnounA score of one hundred runs or more scored by a batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
carved pumpkinjack-o'-lanternEnglishnounA carved pumpkin whose top and stem have been cut out and interior removed, leaving a hollow shell that is then decorated to represent a face, illuminated from within by a candle. It is a symbol of Halloween.
carved pumpkinjack-o'-lanternEnglishnounA carved pumpkin whose top and stem have been cut out and interior removed, leaving a hollow shell that is then decorated to represent a face, illuminated from within by a candle. It is a symbol of Halloween. / A similar item made from a turnip
carved pumpkinjack-o'-lanternEnglishnounA will o' the wisp.archaic
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounThe quality of being different.uncountable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounA characteristic of something that makes it different from something else.countable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounA disagreement or argument.countable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounSignificant change in or effect on a situation or state.countable uncountable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounThe result of a subtraction; sometimes the absolute value of this result.countable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounChoice; preference.countable obsolete uncountable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounAn addition to a coat of arms to distinguish two people's bearings which would otherwise be the same. See augmentation and cadency.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicscountable uncountable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounThe quality or attribute which is added to those of the genus to constitute a species; a differentia.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounA Boolean operation which is true when the two input variables are different but is otherwise false; the XOR operation ( scriptstyle A◌̅B+◌̅AB).countable uncountable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishnounThe set of elements that are in one set but not another ( scriptstyle A◌̅B).algebra mathematics sciencescountable relational uncountable
characteristic of something that makes it different from something elsedifferenceEnglishverbTo distinguish or differentiate.obsolete transitive
characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence, etc.icyEnglishadjPertaining to, resembling, or abounding in ice; cold; frosty.
characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence, etc.icyEnglishadjCovered with ice, wholly or partially.
characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence, etc.icyEnglishadjCharacterized by coldness of manner; frigid; cold.
characterized by coldness, as of manner, influence, etc.icyEnglishadjTo be wearing an excessive amount of jewelry, especially of the high-quality and expensive kind.US slang
child's toyhobby horseEnglishnounThe Irish hobby, an extinct breed of horse.
child's toyhobby horseEnglishnounA child's toy consisting of a (usually wooden or cloth) horse's head mounted on a stick.
child's toyhobby horseEnglishnounA topic about which someone loves to talk at great length.figuratively
child's toyhobby horseEnglishnounA puppet-like costume used in some traditional dances and festivals that gives its wearer the appearance of a man on horseback.
child's toyhobby horseEnglishnounAn early bicycle with no pedals or brakes.cycling hobbies lifestyle sportshistorical
cityEsch-sur-AlzetteEnglishnameOne of the twelve cantons of Luxembourg, located in the south of the country.
cityEsch-sur-AlzetteEnglishnameA municipality with city status of Esch-sur-Alzette canton.
cityPiraeusEnglishnameA municipality and port in Greece, part of Athens agglomeration, the chief port of Athens, located on the Saronic Gulf.
cityPiraeusEnglishnameA regional unit of Greece
cityPlasenciaEnglishnameA surname.
cityPlasenciaEnglishnameA market city in the province of Cáceres, Extremadura, Spain.
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounAny of the flying mammals of the order Chiroptera, usually small and nocturnal, insectivorous or frugivorous.
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounAn old woman.derogatory
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA club made of wood or aluminium used for striking the ball in sports such as baseball, softball and cricket.
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA turn at hitting the ball with a bat in a game.
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA player rated according to skill in batting.
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounThe piece of wood on which the spinner places the coins and then uses for throwing them.
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounShale or bituminous shale.business mining
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA sheet of cotton used for filling quilts or comfortables; batting.
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA part of a brick with one whole end.
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA stroke; a sharp blow.
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA stroke of work.Scotland UK dialectal
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounRate of motion; speed.informal
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA spree; a jollification.US dated slang
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounManner; rate; condition; state of health.Scotland UK dialectal
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA rough walking stick.Kent
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishverbTo hit with a bat or (figuratively) as if with a bat.transitive
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishverbTo take a turn at hitting a ball with a bat in sports like cricket, baseball and softball, as opposed to fielding.intransitive
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishverbTo strike or swipe as though with a bat.intransitive
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishverbTo bate or flutter, as a hawk.UK dialectal obsolete
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishverbTo fluttertransitive
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishverbTo wink.UK US dialectal
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishverbTo flit quickly from place to place.intransitive usually
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA packsaddle.obsolete
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounDated form of baht (“Thai currency”).alt-of dated
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounClipping of batty (“buttocks or anus”).Caribbean Multicultural-London-English abbreviation alt-of clipping
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA child's shoe without a welt.UK dialectal obsolete
club used for striking the ball in sportsbatEnglishnounA boot that is badly made or in poor condition.UK obsolete slang
coatinggildingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of gildform-of gerund participle present
coatinggildingEnglishnounThe art of applying gold leaf to a surface.uncountable
coatinggildingEnglishnounGold leaf.uncountable
coatinggildingEnglishnounA coating of gold or gold-colored paint, etc.countable
coil, spiralgormurIcelandicnounmud, sludgemasculine
coil, spiralgormurIcelandicnounliquid animal faecesmasculine
coil, spiralgormurIcelandicnounthe guts or intestines of a fishmasculine
coil, spiralgormurIcelandicnouna bottomless morassmasculine
coil, spiralgormurIcelandicnouna coil spring (mechanical device)masculine
coil, spiralgormurIcelandicnouncoil, spiral, helix, a coil-shaped objectmasculine
coil, spiralgormurIcelandicnouna coil of silver or gold wire for use in embroiderymasculine
coindimeEnglishnounA coin worth one-tenth of a dollar.Canada US
coindimeEnglishnounA small amount of money.Canada US
coindimeEnglishnounAn assist.ball-games basketball games hobbies lifestyle sportsPhilippines US
coindimeEnglishnounA playing card with the rank of ten.slang
coindimeEnglishnounTen dollars.slang
coindimeEnglishnounA thousand dollars.slang
coindimeEnglishnounA measurement of illicit drugs (usually marijuana) sold in ten dollar bags.slang
coindimeEnglishnounA ten year prison sentence.slang
coindimeEnglishnounPayment responsibility.slang
coindimeEnglishnounA beautiful woman (10 on a 10-point scale).US slang
coindimeEnglishnounA defensive formation with six defensive backs, one of whom is a dimeback.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
coindimeEnglishverbTo inform on, to turn in to the authorities, to rat on, especially anonymously.US slang
coindimeEnglishverbTo operate an audio amplifier (especially an electric guitar amplifier) at level "10" (typically the highest amplification level).US slang
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjOf a mildly low temperature.
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjAllowing or suggesting heat relief.
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjOf a color, in the range of violet to green.
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjNot showing emotion; calm and in control of oneself.
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjUnenthusiastic, lukewarm, skeptical.
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjCalmly audacious.
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjApplied facetiously to a sum of money, commonly as if to give emphasis to the largeness of the amount.
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjOf a person, knowing what to do and how to behave; behaving with effortless and enviable style and panache; considered popular by others.informal
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjFashionable; trendy and hip.informal
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjAll right; acceptable.informal
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadjVery interesting or exciting.informal
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadj(followed by with) Able to tolerate; to be fine with.informal
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishadj(of a pair of people) Having good relations.informal
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishnounA moderate or refreshing state of cold; moderate temperature of the air between hot and cold; coolness.uncountable
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishnounA calm temperament.uncountable
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishnounThe property of being cool, popular or in fashion.uncountable
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishverbTo lose heat, to get colder.intransitive literally
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishverbTo make cooler, less warm.literally transitive
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishverbTo become less intense, e.g. less amicable or passionate.figuratively intransitive
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishverbTo make less intense, e.g. less amicable or passionate.figuratively transitive
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishverbTo kill, murder.dated slang transitive
colloquial: all right, acceptablecoolEnglishverbTo relax, hang out.intransitive slang
combination of vegetables and herbsmirepoixEnglishnounA combination of diced onions, carrots, celery and herbs sautéed in oil or butter as used in French cooking.countable uncountable
combination of vegetables and herbsmirepoixEnglishnounA mixture.countable figuratively uncountable
common area (both senses)common areaEnglishnounA piece of land or a room that is designed for the use of multiple visitors to or inhabitants of a place.
common area (both senses)common areaEnglishnounIn a condominium or other cooperative residential facility, an area owned by the organization that oversees the facility, but is not owned by any specific resident.law
composite plasticgraphiteEnglishnounAn allotrope of carbon, consisting of planes of carbon atoms arranged in hexagonal arrays with the planes stacked loosely, that is used as a dry lubricant, in "lead" pencils, and as a moderator in some nuclear reactors.countable uncountable
composite plasticgraphiteEnglishnounShort for graphite-reinforced plastic, a composite plastic made with graphite fibers noted for light weight strength and stiffness.abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
composite plasticgraphiteEnglishnounA grey colour, resembling graphite or the marks made with a graphite pencil.countable uncountable
composite plasticgraphiteEnglishverbTo apply graphite to.transitive
computer keyboardtastaturaSerbo-Croatiannounkeyboardcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
computer keyboardtastaturaSerbo-Croatiannounkeyboardentertainment lifestyle music
concentration on long-term goalslong-termismEnglishnounConcentration on long-term goals rather than short-term security or advantage.uncountable
concentration on long-term goalslong-termismEnglishnounAlternative spelling of longtermismhuman-sciences philosophy sciencesalt-of alternative uncountable
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto act, to behaveconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto doconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto make (something that does not continue to exist after the maker stops)conjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto negotiate, discuss, confer, talk with one about a person or thingconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto effect, accomplish, achieveconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto treat, to dealconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto act, play, perform (e.g., a role in a play)conjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto perform, transact, conduct, manage (e.g. business, affairs)conjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto administer, direct, guide, governconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto drive (sense of providing an impetus for motion), impel, move, push, put in motionconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto conduct, drive (sense of providing governance to motion)conjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto discuss, debate, deliberate (used in civil, political and legal contexts)conjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto pleadlawconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto think upon; to be occupied withconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto aim at, to get at (generally in the subjunctive mood and preceded by ut, and so meaning: "that to might achieve...")conjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto stir up, excite, cause, induceconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto disturb, agitate, vexconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto lead, drive (e.g., livestock)conjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto chase, pursueconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto drive at, pursue (a course of action)conjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto rob, steal, plunder, carry offconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto pass, spend, leadconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto slay, kill (as a sacrifice)conjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto put forth, sprout, extendconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto hold (a court)lawconjugation-3
conduct, driveagoLatinverbto go on, to take place, to be at issueconjugation-3
cosmopolitan personcosmopoliteEnglishnounOne who is at home in every place; a citizen of the world; a cosmopolitan person.
cosmopolitan personcosmopoliteEnglishnounThe butterfly painted lady (Vanessa cardui).Canada US dated
cosmopolitan personcosmopoliteEnglishadjOf or relating to cosmopolites; cosmopolitan.
cosmopolitan personcosmopoliteEnglishadjOriented, exposed to or open to ideas and influences outside one's own social system or group.communication communications
cosmopolitan personcosmopoliteEnglishadjDistributed throughout the world; having a wide geographical distribution.biology natural-sciences
county of the Republic of China (Taiwan)KinmenEnglishnameA county of Taiwan.
county of the Republic of China (Taiwan)KinmenEnglishnameAn island in Kinmen County, Taiwan.
crack or breachflawEnglishnounA flake, fragment, or shiver.obsolete
crack or breachflawEnglishnounA thin cake, as of ice.obsolete
crack or breachflawEnglishnounA crack or breach, a gap or fissure; a defect of continuity or cohesion.
crack or breachflawEnglishnounA defect, fault, or imperfection, especially one that is hidden. / An inclusion, stain, or other defect of a diamond or other gemstone.
crack or breachflawEnglishnounA defect, fault, or imperfection, especially one that is hidden. / A defect or error in a contract or other document which may make the document invalid or ineffective.law
crack or breachflawEnglishverbTo add a flaw to, to make imperfect or defective.transitive
crack or breachflawEnglishverbTo become imperfect or defective; to crack or break.intransitive
crack or breachflawEnglishnounA sudden burst or gust of wind of short duration; windflaw.
crack or breachflawEnglishnounA storm of short duration.
crack or breachflawEnglishnounA sudden burst of noise and disorder
crybabysuckEnglishnounAn instance of drawing something into one's mouth by inhaling.countable uncountable
crybabysuckEnglishnounMilk drawn from the breast.uncountable
crybabysuckEnglishnounAn indrawing of gas or liquid caused by suction.countable uncountable
crybabysuckEnglishnounThe ability to suck; suction.uncountable
crybabysuckEnglishnounA part of a river towards which strong currents converge making navigation difficult.countable uncountable
crybabysuckEnglishnounA weak, self-pitying person; a person who refuses to go along with others, especially out of spite; a crybaby or sore loser.Canada countable uncountable
crybabysuckEnglishnounA sycophant, especially a child.countable uncountable
crybabysuckEnglishnounA short drink, especially a dram of spirits.countable dated slang uncountable
crybabysuckEnglishnounAn act of fellatio.countable uncountable vulgar
crybabysuckEnglishnounBadness or mediocrity.slang uncountable
crybabysuckEnglishverbTo use the mouth and lips to pull in (a liquid, especially milk from the breast).transitive
crybabysuckEnglishverbTo perform such an action; to feed from a breast or teat.intransitive
crybabysuckEnglishverbTo put the mouth or lips to (a breast, a mother etc.) to draw in milk.transitive
crybabysuckEnglishverbTo extract, draw in (a substance) from or out of something.transitive
crybabysuckEnglishverbTo inhale (air), to draw (breath).archaic transitive
crybabysuckEnglishverbTo work the lips and tongue on (an object) to extract moisture or nourishment; to absorb (something) in the mouth.transitive
crybabysuckEnglishverbTo pull (something) in a given direction, especially without direct contact.transitive
crybabysuckEnglishverbTo perform fellatio.slang transitive vulgar
crybabysuckEnglishverbTo be inferior or objectionable: a general term of disparagement, sometimes used with at to indicate a particular area of deficiency.Canada US colloquial intransitive stative
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishadjChiefly followed by on or upon: leaning, or lying, reclining, or resting, on something else. / Of an anther: lying on the inner side of the filament; also, of a cotyledon: having its back lying against the radicle.biology botany natural-sciences
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishadjChiefly followed by on or upon: leaning, or lying, reclining, or resting, on something else. / Of a body part such as a hair, spine, or wing: bent downwards or otherwise positioned so that it, or part of it, rests on or touches something else; specifically (ornithology), of the hind toe of a bird: fully resting on a support.biology natural-sciences zoology
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishadjBeing the current holder of an office or a title; specifically (Christianity, obsolete), of an ecclesiastical benefice.figuratively
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishadjOppressive, pressuring.figuratively
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishadjFollowed by on or upon: imposed on one as an obligation, especially due to one's office or position.figuratively
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishadjHanging or leaning over.figuratively poetic
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishadjPutting much effort into an activity or some work.figuratively obsolete
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishadjWeighing on one's mind.figuratively obsolete
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishnounThe current holder of an office or title; (specifically, Christianity) the holder of an ecclesiastical benefice.
current holder of an office or title; holder of an ecclesiastical beneficeincumbentEnglishnounA holder of a position as supplier to a market or market segment that allows the holder to earn above-normal profits.business
cutting or embankment shaped like a prism or number of prismsprismEnglishnounA polyhedron with parallel ends of the same polygonal shape and size, the other faces being parallelogram-shaped sides. / An object having the shape of a geometrical prism (sense 1).geometry mathematics sciences
cutting or embankment shaped like a prism or number of prismsprismEnglishnounA polyhedron with parallel ends of the same polygonal shape and size, the other faces being parallelogram-shaped sides. / A cutting (“open passage at a level lower than the surrounding terrain, dug for a canal, railway, or road to go through”) or an embankment shaped like a prism (sense 1) or a number of prisms, such that its volume can be easily calculated.business construction geometry manufacturing mathematics sciences
cutting or embankment shaped like a prism or number of prismsprismEnglishnounA polyhedron with parallel ends of the same polygonal shape and size, the other faces being parallelogram-shaped sides. / A crystal in which the faces are parallel to the vertical axis.chemistry crystallography geometry mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
cutting or embankment shaped like a prism or number of prismsprismEnglishnounA polyhedron with parallel ends of the same polygonal shape and size, the other faces being parallelogram-shaped sides. / A transparent block in the shape of a prism (sense 1), typically with triangular ends, used to reflect or refract light.engineering geometry mathematics natural-sciences optics physical-sciences physics sciences
cutting or embankment shaped like a prism or number of prismsprismEnglishnounA polyhedron with parallel ends of the same polygonal shape and size, the other faces being parallelogram-shaped sides. / A transparent block in the shape of a prism (sense 1), typically with triangular ends, used to reflect or refract light. / A spectrum produced by light being refracted through a prism.engineering geometry mathematics natural-sciences optics physical-sciences physics sciencesarchaic
cutting or embankment shaped like a prism or number of prismsprismEnglishnounA retroreflector (“device which reflects light back to its source with minimum scattering”) which is usually attached to a surveying pole as a target for a total station which emits a light beam at the device and calculates how long it takes to be reflected back in order to measure distance.geography natural-sciences surveyingbroadly
cutting or embankment shaped like a prism or number of prismsprismEnglishnounA perspective that colours one's perception.figuratively
dated termimperatorsLatviannounemperor (male monarch of an empire; his title)declension-1
dated termimperatorsLatviannounmilitary leader, later also ruler; this person's titleAncient-Rome declension-1 historical
debrisreziduoIdonounresidue
debrisreziduoIdonounremainder
debrisreziduoIdonoundebris
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounA small wheel or roller, specifically the wheel of a gun carriage.countable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounThe ball on top of a flagpole.countable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounOn a wooden mast, a circular disc (or sometimes a rectangle) of wood near or at the top of the mast, usually with holes or sheaves to reeve signal halyards; also a temporary or emergency place for a lookout. "Main" refers to the mainmast, whereas a truck on another mast may be called (on the mizzenmast, for example) "mizzen-truck".nautical transportcountable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounA heavier motor vehicle designed to carry goods or to pull a semi-trailer designed to carry goods.Australia Canada US countable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounA lorry with a closed or covered carriage.road transportMalaysia Singapore countable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounA railroad car, chiefly one designed to carry goodsrail-transport railways transportUK countable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounAny smaller wagon/cart or vehicle of various designs, pushed or pulled by hand or (obsolete) pulled by an animal, used to move and sometimes lift goods, like those in hotels for moving luggage or in libraries for moving books.countable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounAbbreviation of railroad truck or wheel truck; a pivoting frame, one attached to the bottom of the bed of a railway car at each end, that rests on the axle and which swivels to allow the axle (at each end of which is a solid wheel) to turn with curves in the track.rail-transport railways transportUS abbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounThe part of a skateboard or roller skate that joins the wheels to the deck, consisting of a hanger, baseplate, kingpin, and bushings, and sometimes mounted with a riser in between.countable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounA platform with wheels or casters.entertainment lifestyle theatercountable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounDirt or other messiness.countable uncountable
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo drive a truck.intransitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo convey by truck.transitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo travel, to proceed.US intransitive slang
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo persist, to endure.Canada US intransitive slang
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo move a camera parallel to the movement of the subject.intransitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo fight or otherwise physically engage with.slang transitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo run over or through a tackler in American football.slang transitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo fail; run out; run short; be unavailable; diminish; abate.dialectal intransitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo give in; give way; knuckle under; truckle.dialectal intransitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo deceive; cheat; defraud.dialectal intransitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo tread (down); stamp on; trample (down).Scotland UK dialectal transitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo trade, exchange; barter.transitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo engage in commerce; to barter or deal.intransitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishverbTo have dealings or social relationships with; to engage with.intransitive
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounSmall, humble items; things, often for sale or barter.in-plural obsolete often
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounThe practice of paying workers in kind, or with tokens only exchangeable at a shop owned by the employer [forbidden in the 19th century by the Truck Acts].historical
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounGarden produce, groceries (see truck garden).US attributive often
dirt or other messinesstruckEnglishnounSocial intercourse; dealings, relationships.usually
disagreeable personbuttfaceEnglishnounA person with an ugly face.colloquial derogatory sometimes vulgar
disagreeable personbuttfaceEnglishnounA dislikable person, a disagreeable person.childish colloquial derogatory sometimes vulgar
disagreementpalaverEnglishnounA village council meeting.Africa countable uncountable
disagreementpalaverEnglishnounTalk, especially unnecessary talk; chatter. [from :Template:SAFESUBST:#invoke:ordinal c.] / Talk, especially unnecessary talk; chatter.British North-America archaic countable uncountable
disagreementpalaverEnglishnounMentally-draining activity, either physical or fuss.British countable uncountable
disagreementpalaverEnglishnounA meeting at which there is much talk; a debate; a moot.countable uncountable
disagreementpalaverEnglishnounDisagreement.countable informal uncountable
disagreementpalaverEnglishnounTalk intended to deceive. [from :Template:SAFESUBST:#invoke:ordinal c.] / Talk intended to deceive.countable uncountable
disagreementpalaverEnglishverbTo discuss with much talk.intransitive
disagreementpalaverEnglishverbTo flatter.transitive
discardthrow outEnglishnounAlternative form of throw-outalt-of alternative
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo discard; to dispense with something; to throw away.idiomatic
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo dismiss or expel someone from any longer performing duty or attending somewhere.idiomatic
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo offer an idea for consideration.idiomatic
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo produce in a haphazard fashion.
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo emit.transitive
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo utter carelessly.transitive
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo cause to project.transitive
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo put into a state of confusion.transitive
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo outdistance; to leave behind.transitive
discardthrow outEnglishverbTo cause or experience debilitating muscle or joint pain in (a body part).transitive
dismissedfiredEnglishadjdismissed, terminated from employment.
dismissedfiredEnglishadjHeated in a furnace, kiln, etc., to become permanently hardened.ceramics chemistry engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
dismissedfiredEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of fireform-of participle past
distant or otherwise inaccessibleremoteEnglishadjAt a distance; disconnected.
distant or otherwise inaccessibleremoteEnglishadjDistant or otherwise inaccessible.
distant or otherwise inaccessibleremoteEnglishadjSlight.especially
distant or otherwise inaccessibleremoteEnglishadjEmotionally detached.
distant or otherwise inaccessibleremoteEnglishnounEllipsis of remote control.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
distant or otherwise inaccessibleremoteEnglishnounAn element of broadcast programming originating away from the station's or show's control room.broadcasting media
distant or otherwise inaccessibleremoteEnglishnounA source control repository hosted on a remote machine, rather than locally.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
distant or otherwise inaccessibleremoteEnglishverbTo connect to a computer from a remote location.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
doαυτώνωGreekverbto do (in general, which the speaker doesn't know or as a placeholder term)colloquial
doαυτώνωGreekverbas a euphemism for γαμώ (gamó) or other vulgar verbscolloquial euphemistic
dolamadolamaqAzerbaijaniverbto wind around, to wrap aroundtransitive
dolamadolamaqAzerbaijaniverbto charge, to commission, to entrust, to instructcolloquial transitive
dolamadolamaqAzerbaijaniverbto mock, to ridiculetransitive
dollar billoneEnglishnumThe number represented by the Arabic numeral 1; the numerical value equal to that cardinal number.
dollar billoneEnglishnumThe first positive number in the set of natural numbers.mathematics number-theory sciences
dollar billoneEnglishnumThe cardinality of the smallest nonempty set.mathematics sciences set-theory
dollar billoneEnglishnumThe ordinality of an element which has no predecessor, usually called first or number one.mathematics sciences
dollar billoneEnglishpronOne thing (among a group of others); one member of a group.impersonal indefinite pronoun
dollar billoneEnglishpronThe first mentioned of two things or people, as opposed to the other.impersonal pronoun sometimes with-definite-article
dollar billoneEnglishpronAny person (applying to people in general).indefinite personal pronoun
dollar billoneEnglishpronAny person, entity or thing.pronoun
dollar billoneEnglishnounThe digit or figure 1.
dollar billoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / A one-dollar bill.US
dollar billoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / One o'clock, either a.m. or p.m.
dollar billoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / One run scored by hitting the ball and running between the wickets; a single.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
dollar billoneEnglishnounUsed to briefly refer to a noun phrase understood by context / A joke or amusing anecdote.
dollar billoneEnglishnounA person (having some specified characteristic or attribute).
dollar billoneEnglishnounA particularly special or compatible person or thing.colloquial
dollar billoneEnglishnounA gay person.dated derogatory euphemistic
dollar billoneEnglishnounThe identity element with respect to multiplication in a ring.mathematics sciences
dollar billoneEnglishnounDeliberate misspelling of !. Used to amplify an exclamation, parodying unskilled typists who forget to press the shift key while typing exclamation points, thus typing "1".Internet Leet alt-of deliberate misspelling sarcastic
dollar billoneEnglishadjOf a period of time, being particular.not-comparable
dollar billoneEnglishadjBeing a single, unspecified thing; a; any.not-comparable
dollar billoneEnglishadjSole, only.not-comparable
dollar billoneEnglishadjWhole, entire.not-comparable
dollar billoneEnglishadjIn agreement.not-comparable
dollar billoneEnglishadjThe same.not-comparable
dollar billoneEnglishdetUsed for emphasis in place of a / Being a preeminent example.
dollar billoneEnglishdetUsed for emphasis in place of a / Being an unknown person with the specified name; see also "a certain".
dollar billoneEnglishverbTo cause to become one; to gather into a single whole; to unite.
dollar billoneEnglishparticleUsed at the end of a sentence to highlight the characteristics of someone or something.Singapore Singlish
dollar billoneEnglishparticleUsed at the end of a sentence to highlight the originator of something.Singapore Singlish
dollar billoneEnglishparticleA nominalizer; used to form a noun phrase without a head noun.Singapore Singlish
dollar billoneEnglishpronFunctions as a relative pronoun at the end of a relative clause.Singapore Singlish rare relative
drunkennesskatuBasquenouncatanimate inanimate
drunkennesskatuBasquenouncatfishanimate inanimate
drunkennesskatuBasquenounjackanimate inanimate
drunkennesskatuBasquenoundrunkennessanimate colloquial inanimate
drunkennesskatuBasquenountrigger of a gunanimate inanimate
earունկArmeniannouneararchaic
earունկArmeniannounear, handle (of a cup, jar, door, etc.)archaic
earունկArmeniannoundoor handlearchaic
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishverbTo apply pressure to from two or more sides at once.transitive
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishverbTo embrace closely; to give a tight hug to.transitive
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishverbTo fit into a tight place.intransitive transitive
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishverbTo remove something with difficulty, or apparent difficulty.transitive
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishverbTo put in a difficult position by presenting two or more choices.transitive
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishverbTo oppress with hardships, burdens, or taxes; to harass.figuratively transitive
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishverbTo attempt to score a runner from third by bunting.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounAn instance of squeezing.
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounA close or tight fit.
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounA difficult position.figuratively
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounA hug or other affectionate grasp.
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounA romantic partner.slang
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounAn illicit alcoholic drink made by squeezing Sterno through cheesecloth, etc., and mixing the result with fruit juice.slang
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounThe act of bunting in an attempt to score a runner from third.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounA play that forces an opponent to discard a card that gives up one or more tricks.card-games games
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounA traversal of a narrow passage.caving hobbies lifestyle
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounA moulding, cast or other impression of an object, chiefly a design, inscription etc., especially by pressing wet paper onto the surface and peeling off when dry.
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounThe gradual closing of workings by the weight of the overlying strata.business mining
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounThe situation experienced by a middleman when pressured from both sides, especially financially.dated
epigraphy: an impression of an inscriptionsqueezeEnglishnounA bribe, fee, or extortionary price paid to a middleman, especially in China; the practice of requiring such a bribe or fee.dated
etagerewhatnotEnglishnounA small unspecified object; bric-a-brac (in plural)countable
etagerewhatnotEnglishnounOther related objects or ideas.uncountable
etagerewhatnotEnglishnounA freestanding set of shelves on which ornaments are displayed; an etagere.
extremely badunspeakableEnglishadjIncapable of being spoken or uttered
extremely badunspeakableEnglishadjImpossible to speak about.
extremely badunspeakableEnglishadjUnfit or not permitted to be spoken or described.
extremely badunspeakableEnglishadjExtremely bad or objectionable.
extremely badunspeakableEnglishadjThat cannot be referenced in source code, due to having no usable name.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencesnot-comparable
extremely badunspeakableEnglishnounSomething that cannot or must not be spoken about.
extremely wetsoakingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of soakform-of gerund participle present
extremely wetsoakingEnglishnounImmersion in water; a drenching or dunking.countable uncountable
extremely wetsoakingEnglishnounThe practice of inserting a penis into a vagina and remaining stationary, without thrusting, supposedly used by some conservative Christians in lieu of traditional sexual intercourse.countable uncountable
extremely wetsoakingEnglishadjExtremely wet; saturated.
extremely wetsoakingEnglishadjOf rain, heavy but slow enough to penetrate deeply into the top soil.
far past the desired timeabout timeEnglishadvUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see about, time.not-comparable
far past the desired timeabout timeEnglishadvClose to the right time.not-comparable
far past the desired timeabout timeEnglishadvFar past the desired time.idiomatic not-comparable often sarcastic
farm vehicletractorEnglishnounA vehicle used in farms e.g. for pulling farm equipment and preparing the fields.agriculture business lifestyle
farm vehicletractorEnglishnounA movable coop without a floor to allow for free ranging.agriculture business lifestyle
farm vehicletractorEnglishnounA truck (or lorry) for pulling a semi-trailer or trailer.US
farm vehicletractorEnglishnounAny piece of machinery that pulls something.
farm vehicletractorEnglishnounAn aeroplane where the propeller is located in front of the fuselage.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
farm vehicletractorEnglishnounA British Rail Class 37 locomotive.rail-transport railways transportUK
farm vehicletractorEnglishnounA metal rod used in tractoration, or Perkinism.archaic
farm vehicletractorEnglishverbTo prepare (land) with a tractor.agriculture business lifestyletransitive
farm vehicletractorEnglishverbTo drive a tractor.intransitive
farm vehicletractorEnglishverbTo move with a tractor beam.literature media publishing science-fictiontransitive
farm vehicletractorEnglishverbTo treat by means of tractoration, or Perkinism.medicine sciencesarchaic transitive
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounAn event or occurrence that signifies an ending.countable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounA feeling of completeness; the experience of an emotional conclusion, usually to a difficult period.countable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounA device to facilitate temporary and repeatable opening and closing.countable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounAn abstraction that represents a function within an environment, a context consisting of the variables that are both bound at a particular time during the execution of the program and that are within the function's scope.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencescountable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounThe smallest set that both includes a given subset and possesses some given property.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounThe smallest closed set which contains the given set.mathematics sciences topologycountable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounThe act of shutting; a closing.countable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounThe act of shutting or closing something permanently or temporarily.countable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounThat which closes or shuts; that by which separate parts are fastened or closed.countable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounThat which encloses or confines; an enclosure.countable obsolete uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounA method of ending a parliamentary debate and securing an immediate vote upon a measure before a legislative body.government politicscountable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounThe phenomenon by which a group maintains its resources by the exclusion of others from their group based on varied criteria. ᵂᵖhuman-sciences sciences social-science sociologycountable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounThe process whereby the reader of a comic book infers the sequence of events by looking at the picture panels.countable uncountable
feeling of completenessclosureEnglishnounThe element of packaging that closes a container.countable uncountable
feminine formsPaulusSwedishnamePaul (biblical character).common-gender
feminine formsPaulusSwedishnamea male given name, rare in this formcommon-gender
figuratively, to encouragenurtureEnglishnounThe act of nourishing or nursing; tender carecountable uncountable
figuratively, to encouragenurtureEnglishnounThat which nourishes; food; diet.countable uncountable
figuratively, to encouragenurtureEnglishnounThe environmental influences that contribute to a person’s development (as opposed to "nature").countable uncountable
figuratively, to encouragenurtureEnglishverbTo nourish or nurse.
figuratively, to encouragenurtureEnglishverbTo encourage, especially the growth or development of something.broadly figuratively
firmly or solidly builtstalwartEnglishadjFirmly or solidly built.
firmly or solidly builtstalwartEnglishadjCourageous.
firmly or solidly builtstalwartEnglishadjDetermined; staunch.
firmly or solidly builtstalwartEnglishnounOne who has a strong build.
firmly or solidly builtstalwartEnglishnounOne who firmly supports a cause.
firmly or solidly builtstalwartEnglishnounOne who is dependable.
five of a kindviitonenFinnishnounThe digit five
five of a kindviitonenFinnishnounnumber five (anything that is fifth or with the number five)
five of a kindviitonenFinnishnounSomething that is valued as five units of something, such as a five-euro bill, five of spades, a five in a game of dice.
five of a kindviitonenFinnishnounquintuplet (one of a group of five babies born from the same mother during the same birth)
five of a kindviitonenFinnishnounfive of a kind (five cards of the same rank, only possible if more than one deck or at least one joker is used)card-games gamesin-plural
five of a kindviitonenFinnishnounSynonym of 5 000 metrin juoksu.hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial
flashy or fancyelaborateEnglishadjComplex, detailed, or sophisticated.
flashy or fancyelaborateEnglishadjIntricate, fancy, flashy, or showy.
flashy or fancyelaborateEnglishverbТo develop in detail or complexity.transitive
flashy or fancyelaborateEnglishverbTo expand/enlarge in detail.intransitive sometimes
fold-away tray such as those found in front of airline seatstray-tableEnglishnounA small, tray-shaped table used to place small objects upon, and most commonly used to place meals on while watching television.
fold-away tray such as those found in front of airline seatstray-tableEnglishnounA fold-away tray, such as those found in front of airline seats.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA royal, imperial or princely headdress; a diadem.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA wreath or band for the head, especially one given as reward of victory or a mark of honor.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounAny reward of victory or mark of honor.broadly
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounImperial or regal power, or those who wield it.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe sovereign (in a monarchy), as head of state.metonymically
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe state, the government (headed by a monarch).broadly especially
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe police (referring to Crown Victoria police cars).
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The topmost part of the head.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The highest part of a hill.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The top section of a hat, above the brim.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The raised centre of a road.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The highest part of an arch.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The upper range of facets in a rose diamond.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The dome of a furnace.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe top part of something: / The upper part of certain fruits, as the pineapple or strawberry, that is removed before eating.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA kind of spire or lantern formed by converging flying buttresses.architecture
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounSplendor; culmination; acme.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounAny currency (originally) issued by the crown (regal power) and often bearing a crown (headdress); (translation) various currencies known by similar names in their native languages, such as the koruna, kruna, krone, korona.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA former predecimalization British coin worth five shillings.historical
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA coin or note worth five shillings in various countries that are or were in the British Commonwealth, such as Ireland or Jamaica.broadly historical
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe part of a plant where the root and stem meet.biology botany natural-sciences
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe top of a tree.business forestry
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe part of a tooth above the gums.anatomy dentistry medicine sciences
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA prosthetic covering for a tooth.dentistry medicine sciences
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA knot formed in the end of a rope by tucking in the strands to prevent them from unravelling.nautical transport
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe part of an anchor where the arms and the shank meet.nautical transport
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe rounding, or rounded part, of the deck from a level line.nautical transport
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounIn England, a standard size of printing paper measuring 20 × 15 inches.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounIn American, a standard size of writing paper measuring 19 × 15 inches.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA monocyclic ligand having three or more binding sites, capable of holding a guest in a central location.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounDuring childbirth, the appearance of the baby's head from the mother's vagina.medicine sciences
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA rounding or smoothing of the barrel opening.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe area enclosed between two concentric perimeters.geometry mathematics sciences
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA round spot shaved clean on the top of the head, as a mark of the clerical state; the tonsure.lifestyle religion
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA whole bird with the legs and wings removed to produce a joint of white meat.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounA formal hat worn by women to Sunday church services; a church crown.colloquial
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishnounThe knurled knob or dial, on the outside of a watch case, used to wind it or adjust the hands.hobbies horology lifestyle
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishadjOf, related to, or pertaining to a crown.not-comparable
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishadjOf, related to, pertaining to the top of a tree or trees.not-comparable
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo place a crown on the head of.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo formally declare (someone) a king, queen, emperor, etc.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo bestow something upon as a mark of honour, dignity, or recompense; to adorn; to dignify.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo form the topmost or finishing part of; to complete; to consummate; to perfect.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo declare (someone) a winner.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbOf a baby, during the birthing process; for the surface of the baby's head to appear in the vaginal opening.medicine sciences
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo cause to round upward; to make anything higher at the middle than at the edges, such as the face of a machine pulley.transitive
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo hit on the head.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo shoot an opponent in the back of the head with a shotgun in a first-person shooter video game.video-games
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbIn checkers, to stack two checkers to indicate that the piece has become a king.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbOf a forest fire or bushfire, to spread to the crowns of the trees and thence move from tree to tree independent of the surface fire.
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo widen the opening of the barrel.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponry
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo effect a lodgment upon, as upon the crest of the glacis, or the summit of the breach.government military politics war
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo lay the ends of the strands of (a knot) over and under each other.nautical transport
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbTo be on the point of defecating.intransitive slang
former British coin worth five shillingscrownEnglishverbpast participle of crowarchaic form-of participle past
former; occurring earlierforeEnglishadjFormer; occurring earlier (in some order); previous.obsolete
former; occurring earlierforeEnglishadjForward; situated towards the front (of something).
former; occurring earlierforeEnglishintjAn exclamation yelled to inform players a ball is moving in their direction.golf hobbies lifestyle sports
former; occurring earlierforeEnglishnounThe front; the forward part of something; the foreground.uncountable
former; occurring earlierforeEnglishadvIn the part that precedes or goes first; opposed to aft, after, back, behind, etc.not-comparable
former; occurring earlierforeEnglishadvFormerly; previously; afore.not-comparable obsolete
former; occurring earlierforeEnglishadvIn or towards the bows of a ship.nautical transportnot-comparable
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounAn ugly old woman, a hag.archaic derogatory
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounA gait of a four-legged animal between walk and canter, a diagonal gait (in which diagonally opposite pairs of legs move together).
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounA gait of a person or animal faster than a walk but slower than a run.
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounA brisk journey or progression.
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounA toddler.
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounA young animal.obsolete
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounA moderately rapid dance.dance dancing hobbies lifestyle sports
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounA succession of heads thrown in a game of two-up.Australia obsolete
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounA run of luck or fortune.Australia New-Zealand
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounSynonym of horse (illegitimate study aid)dated slang
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounDiarrhoea.informal
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishverbTo move along briskly; specifically, to move at a pace between a walk and a run.intransitive
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishverbTo move at a gait between a walk and a canter.intransitive
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishverbTo cause to move, as a horse or other animal, in the pace called a trot; to cause to run without galloping or cantering.transitive
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishverbTo bid against (a person) at an auction, so as to raise the price of the goods.UK archaic slang transitive
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounA genre of Korean pop music employing repetitive rhythm and vocal inflections.uncountable
gait of an animal between walk and cantertrotEnglishnounClipping of Trotskyist.abbreviation alt-of clipping derogatory
genus in ScolopacidaeXenusTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Scolopacidae – the Terek sandpiper of north central Eurasia.masculine
genus in ScolopacidaeXenusTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the order Pyrenulales – a fungus.masculine
germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounA louse (Pediculus humanus).government military politics warBritish-Army dated slang
germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounA louse (Pediculus humanus).Canada US colloquial
germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounAny germ or contaminant, real or imagined, especially from the opposite gender (for pre-pubescent children).Australia Canada US childish colloquial plural-normally
germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounA nest-building female American coot (counterpart to cooter).rare
germ or contaminantcootieEnglishnounA sideswiper, a type of telegraph key.rare slang
glow of the setting sun落日Chinesenounsetting sun
glow of the setting sun落日Chinesenounglow of the setting sun; evening glow
good enoughdecentEnglishadjAppropriate; suitable for the circumstances.
good enoughdecentEnglishadjHaving a suitable conformity to basic moral standards; showing integrity, fairness, or other characteristics associated with moral uprightness.
good enoughdecentEnglishadjSufficiently clothed or dressed to be seen.informal
good enoughdecentEnglishadjFair; acceptable; okay.
good enoughdecentEnglishadjSignificant; substantial.
good enoughdecentEnglishadjConforming to perceived standards of good taste.
good enoughdecentEnglishadjComely; shapely; well-formed.obsolete
granularjyväinenFinnishadjgranular (consisting of, or resembling, granules or grains)rare
granularjyväinenFinnishadjgrained, with grains
graphical user interfacedashboardEnglishnounAn upturned screen of wood or leather placed on the front of a horse-drawn carriage, sleigh or other vehicle that protected the driver from mud, debris, water and snow thrown up by the horse's hooves.historical
graphical user interfacedashboardEnglishnounA panel beneath the windshield of a vehicle or aircraft containing indicator gauges, compartments, and sometimes controls and indicator lights.
graphical user interfacedashboardEnglishnounThe float of a paddle wheel.nautical transport
graphical user interfacedashboardEnglishnounA graphical user interface in the form of or resembling a motor car dashboard.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences video-games
graphical user interfacedashboardEnglishnounThe personalized feed of a Tumblr user, consisting of recent posts by blogs they follow.Internet
graphical user interfacedashboardEnglishverbTo organize in a dashboard format.
grocerypäivittäistavarakauppaFinnishnoungrocery store, grocery, grocer'sformal
grocerypäivittäistavarakauppaFinnishnounbusiness or trade of retailing groceries
hailhaglIcelandicnounhail, a hailstoneneuter
hailhaglIcelandicnouna shot, the small metal shots used as ammunition for shotgunsneuter
hailhaglIcelandicnounthe name of the Younger Futhark haglaz rune hneuter
hallanmaqhalAzerbaijaninouncondition, state
hallanmaqhalAzerbaijaninounstate of mind, mood
hallanmaqhalAzerbaijaninounthe physical or mental strength to do something
hallanmaqhalAzerbaijaninouncasegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / Possessing sexual and/or romantic attraction towards people one perceives to be the same sex or gender as oneself. [from 1950] / Possessing sexual and/or romantic attraction towards people one perceives to be the same sex or gender as oneself.
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / Describing a homosexual man.
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / Tending to partner or mate with other individuals of the same sex.broadly
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / Between two or more persons perceived to be of the same sex or gender as each other.
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / Not heterosexual, or not cisgender: homosexual, bisexual, asexual, transgender, etc.colloquial
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / Intended for gay people, especially gay men.
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / Homosexually in love with someone.slang
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / Infatuated with something, aligning with homosexual stereotypes.humorous slang
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / In accordance with stereotypes of homosexual people: / Being in accordance with stereotypes of gay people, especially gay men.broadly
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHomosexual: / In accordance with stereotypes of homosexual people: / Exhibiting appearance or behavior that accords with stereotypes of gay people, especially gay men.broadly
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjEffeminate or flamboyant in behavior.derogatory pejorative slang
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjUsed to express dislike: lame, uncool, stupid, burdensome, contemptible, generally bad.derogatory pejorative slang
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjHappy, joyful, and lively.dated
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjQuick, fast.dated
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjFestive, bright, or colourful.dated
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjSexually promiscuous (of any gender), (sometimes particularly) engaged in prostitution.obsolete
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjUpright or curved over the back.
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadjConsiderable, great, large in number, size, or degree. In this sense, also in the variant gey.Northern-England Scotland obsolete possibly
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishnounA homosexual, especially a male homosexual.in-plural
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishnounSomething which is bright or colorful, such as a picture or a flower.dialectal obsolete
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishnounAn ornament, a knick-knack.obsolete
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishverbTo make happy or cheerful.dated transitive uncommon
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishverbTo cause (something, e.g. AIDS) to be associated with homosexual people.transitive uncommon
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishadvConsiderably, very.Northern-England Scotland
happy, joyful and livelygayEnglishnounThe letter —, which stands for the sound /ɡ/, in Pitman shorthand.
have a purposedoEnglishverbA syntactic marker. / A syntactic marker in a question whose main verb is not another auxiliary verb or be.auxiliary
have a purposedoEnglishverbA syntactic marker. / A syntactic marker in negations with the indicative and imperative moods.auxiliary
have a purposedoEnglishverbA syntactic marker. / A syntactic marker for emphasis with the indicative, imperative, and subjunctive moods.auxiliary
have a purposedoEnglishverbA syntactic marker. / A syntactic marker that refers back to an earlier verb and allows the speaker to avoid repeating the verb; in most dialects, not used with auxiliaries such as be, though it can be in AAVE.auxiliary
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo perform; to execute.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo cause, make (someone) (do something).obsolete transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo suffice.intransitive transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo be reasonable or acceptable.intransitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo have (as an effect).ditransitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo fare, perform (well or poorly).intransitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo fare, perform (well or poorly). / To fare well; to thrive; to prosper; (of livestock) to fatten.England especially intransitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo have as one's job.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo perform the tasks or actions associated with (something).
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo cook.
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo travel in, to tour, to make a circuit of.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo treat in a certain way.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo work for or on, by way of caring for, looking after, preparing, cleaning, keeping in order, etc.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo act or behave in a certain manner; to conduct oneself.intransitive obsolete
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo spend (time) in jail. (See also do time)transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo impersonate or depict.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo copy or emulate the actions or behaviour that is associated with the person or thing mentioned.place usually
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo kill.slang transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo deal with for good and all; to finish up; to undo; to ruin; to do for.slang transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo punish for a misdemeanor.informal
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo have sex with. (See also do it)slang transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo cheat or swindle.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo convert into a certain form; especially, to translate.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo finish.intransitive transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbUsed to form the present progressive of verbs.archaic auxiliary dialectal transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo cash or to advance money for, as a bill or note.business finance stock-exchange
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo make or provide.ditransitive informal transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo injure (one's own body part).informal transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo take drugs.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishverbTo exist with a purpose or for a reason.transitive
have a purposedoEnglishnounA party, celebration, social function; usually of moderate size and formality.UK informal
have a purposedoEnglishnounClipping of hairdo.abbreviation alt-of clipping informal
have a purposedoEnglishnounSomething that can or should be done.
have a purposedoEnglishnounSomething that has been done.obsolete
have a purposedoEnglishnounAdo; bustle; stir; to-do; A period of confusion or argument.archaic
have a purposedoEnglishnounA cheat; a swindler.UK obsolete slang
have a purposedoEnglishnounAn act of swindling; a fraud or deception.UK obsolete slang
have a purposedoEnglishnounA homicide.UK slang
have a purposedoEnglishnounA syllable used in solfège to represent the first and eighth tonic of a major scale.entertainment lifestyle music
have a purposedoEnglishadvAbbreviation of ditto.abbreviation alt-of archaic not-comparable
have a purposedoEnglishnumThe cardinal number occurring after el and before do one in a duodecimal system. Written 10, decimal value 12.
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishadjOf a yellow hue.
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishadjLacking courage.informal
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishadjCharacterized by sensationalism, lurid content, and doubtful accuracy.journalism media publishing
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishadjOf a hue attributed to Far East Asians, especially the Chinese.derogatory ethnic offensive slur
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishadjFar East Asian (relating to Asian people).derogatory ethnic offensive slur
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishadjOf mixed Aboriginal and Caucasian ancestry.Australia dated offensive
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishadjSynonym of high yellowUS dated
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishadjRelated to the Liberal Democrats.government politicsUK
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishadjRelated to the Free Democratic Party; a political party in Germany.government politics
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishnounThe colour of sunflower petals and lemons; the colour obtained by mixing green and red light, or by subtracting blue from white light.
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishnounThe mid light in a set of three traffic lights, the lighting of which indicates that drivers should stop short of the intersection if it is safe to do so.US
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishnounOne of the colour balls used in snooker, with a value of 2 points.ball-games games hobbies lifestyle snooker sports
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishnounOne of two groups of object balls, or a ball from that group, as used in the principally British version of pool that makes use of unnumbered balls (the (yellow(s) and red(s)); contrast stripes and solids in the originally American version with numbered balls).games pocket-billiards
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishnounA yellow card.hobbies lifestyle sports
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishnounAny of various pierid butterflies of the subfamily Coliadinae, especially the yellow coloured species. Compare sulphur.
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishverbTo become yellow or more yellow.intransitive
having yellow as its colouryellowEnglishverbTo make (something) yellow or more yellow.transitive
heart, mindjbEgyptiannounheart (blood-pumping organ)
heart, mindjbEgyptiannouncore, heart, center
heart, mindjbEgyptiannounmind; seat of thoughts, emotions, character, personality, etc.
heart, mindjbEgyptiannounmental faculties
heart, mindjbEgyptiannounintellect, understanding, intelligence, mind, thought
heart, mindjbEgyptiannounconscience, moral sense
heart, mindjbEgyptiannounintention, will
heart, mindjbEgyptiannounappetite, will or desire for gratification
heart, mindjbEgyptiannounmood, emotional state
heart, mindjbEgyptianverbto wish to, to intend to (do something)intransitive
heart, mindjbEgyptianverbto wish for, to want, to desire (something)intransitive
heart, mindjbEgyptianverbto think, to supposetransitive
heart, mindjbEgyptiannoungoat kid
heart, mindjbEgyptiannounthirsty man
high-performance carQ-carEnglishnounA high-performance car with an unassuming exterior.UK slang
high-performance carQ-carEnglishnounAn unmarked police car.Australia dated informal
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / A similar implement used to secure goods to animals; a packsaddle.
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / Synonym of harness saddle (“the part of a harness which supports the weight of poles or shafts attaching a vehicle to a horse or other animal”)
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / A cushion used as a seat in a cart or other vehicle.
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / The immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehicle.
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / Chiefly preceded by the: horse-riding as an activity or occupation.broadly
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounA seat for a rider, typically made of leather and raised in the front and rear, placed on the back of a horse or other animal, and secured by a strap around the animal's body. / Synonym of saddle brown (“a medium brown colour, like that of saddle leather”)broadly
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A low point, in the shape of a saddle, between two hills.
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbone.
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A small sloped or tapered structure that helps channel surface water to drains.business construction manufacturing
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The raised floorboard in a doorway.business construction manufacturing
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The part of a denture which holds the artificial teeth.dentistry medicine sciences
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / An equipment part, such as a flange, which is hollowed out to fit upon a convex surface and serve as a means of attachment or support.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / An anticline (“fold with strata sloping downwards on each side”); specifically, a depression located along the axial trend of such a fold.geography geology natural-sciences
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / An anticline (“fold with strata sloping downwards on each side”); specifically, a depression located along the axial trend of such a fold. / Synonym of saddle reef (“a saddle-shaped bedded mineral (usually gold-bearing quartz) vein occurring along the crest of an anticline or (less common) a syncline (an inverted saddle)”)business geography geology mining natural-sciencesAustralia
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / Synonym of saddle point (“a point in the range of a smooth function, every neighbourhood of which contains points on each side of its tangent plane”)geometry mathematics sciences
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The part of a guitar which supports the strings and, in an acoustic guitar, transfers their vibrations through the bridge to the soundboard.arts crafts hobbies lifestyle lutherie
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A small object (traditionally made of ebony) at the bottom of a string instrument such as a cello, viola, or violin below the tailpiece on which the tailgut (“cord securing the tailpiece to the instrument”) rests.arts crafts hobbies lifestyle lutherie
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A block of wood with concave depressions at the top and bottom, usually fastened to one spar and shaped to receive the end of another.nautical transport
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The clitellum of an earthworm (family Lumbricidae).biology natural-sciences zoology
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The lower part of the back of a domestic fowl, especially a male bird, bearing the saddle feathers or saddle hackles.biology natural-sciences zoology
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / In full saddle marking or saddle patch: a saddle-like marking on an animal, such as one on the back of an adult harp seal or saddleback seal (Pagophilus groenlandicus), or any of numerous such markings on a boa constrictor (Boa constrictor).biology natural-sciences zoology
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A piece of leather stitched across the instep of a shoe, usually having a different colour from the rest of the shoe.US
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / Synonym of saddle oxford or saddle shoe (“a shoe, resembling an oxford, which has a saddle (sense 11.1)”)US
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbTo put a saddle (noun sense 1) on (an animal).transitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbTo put (something) on to another thing like a saddle on an animal.transitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbTo enter (a trained horse) into a race.figuratively transitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbChiefly followed by with: to burden or encumber (someone) with some problem or responsibility.figuratively transitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbChiefly followed by on or upon: to place (a burden or responsibility) or thrust (a problem) on someone.figuratively transitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbTo control or restrain (someone or something), as if using a saddle; to bridle, to harness, to rein in.archaic figuratively transitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbTo get (someone) to do a burdensome task.figuratively obsolete rare transitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbTo cut a saddle-shaped notch in (a log or other piece of wood) so it can fit together with other such logs or pieces; also, to fit (logs or other pieces of wood) together with this method.arts business carpentry construction crafts hobbies lifestyle manufacturing woodworkingtransitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbTo put something on to (another thing) like a saddle on an animal.obsolete transitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbOften followed by up. / To put a saddle on an animal.Canada US intransitive
immovable seat of a bicycle, motorcycle, or similar vehiclesaddleEnglishverbOften followed by up. / Of a person: to get into a saddle.Canada US intransitive
inwhereofEnglishconjOf what.formal
inwhereofEnglishconjOf which.formal
inwhereofEnglishconjOf whom.formal
inwhereofEnglishconjWith or by which.archaic
inwhereofEnglishadvOf what.archaic not-comparable
inwhereofEnglishadvOf which.archaic not-comparable
in a symbolic mannersymbolicallyEnglishadvIn a symbolic manner.
in a symbolic mannersymbolicallyEnglishadvBy means of symbols or a symbol.
in a symbolic mannersymbolicallyEnglishadvAs symbols or a symbol.
in the rearabackEnglishadvTowards the back or rear; backwards.archaic not-comparable
in the rearabackEnglishadvIn the rear; a distance behind.archaic not-comparable
in the rearabackEnglishadvBy surprise; startled; dumbfounded. (see usage)not-comparable
in the rearabackEnglishadvBackward against the mast; said of the sails when pressed by the wind from the "wrong" (forward) side, or of a ship when its sails are set that way.nautical transportnot-comparable
in the rearabackEnglishnounAn inscribed stone square.Early Modern obsolete
indicating possession־וHebrewpronhim, it: indicates the object of a preposition
indicating possession־וHebrewpronhis, its: indicates the possessor of a singular construct nounformal
indicating possession־וHebrewsuffixIndicates the masculine plural in the third person of the past tense.morpheme
indicating possession־וHebrewsuffixIndicates the masculine plural in the second and third person of the future tense.morpheme
indicating possession־וHebrewsuffixIndicates the masculine plural in the imperative.morpheme
intactpaduIndonesianadjsolid, dense
intactpaduIndonesianadjintact, complete
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo apply a force to (an object) so that it comes toward the person or thing applying the force.intransitive transitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo gather with the hand, or by drawing toward oneself; to pluck.
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo attract or net; to pull in.transitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo persuade (someone) to have sex with one.Ireland UK intransitive slang transitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo remove (something), especially from public circulation or availability.transitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo retrieve or generate for use.transitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo obtain (a permit) from a regulatory authority.business construction manufacturing
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo do or perform, especially something seen as negative by the speaker.informal transitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo copy or emulate the actions or behaviour that is associated with the person or thing mentioned.place usually
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo toss a frisbee with the intention of launching the disc across the length of a field.
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo row.intransitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo achieve by rowing on a rowing machine.hobbies lifestyle rowing sportstransitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo draw apart; to tear; to rend.
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo strain (a muscle, tendon, ligament, etc.).transitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo draw (a hostile non-player character) into combat, or toward or away from some location or target.video-gamesintransitive transitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo score a certain number of points in a sport.UK
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo hold back, and so prevent from winning.hobbies horse-racing horseracing horses lifestyle pets racing sports
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo take or make (a proof or impression); so called because hand presses were worked by pulling a lever.media printing publishingdated
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo strike the ball in a particular manner. (See noun sense.)ball-games cricket games golf hobbies lifestyle sports
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo draw beer from a pump, keg, or other source.UK
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo take a swig or mouthful of drink.intransitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo pull out from a yard or station; to leave.US
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo pluck or pick (flowers, fruit etc.).England Scotland US regional
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo repeatedly stretch taffy in order to achieve the desired stretchy texture.cooking food lifestyleintransitive transitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo get the latest version of a project's source codecomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbIn practice fighting, to reduce the strength of a blow (etymology 3) so as to avoid injuring one's practice partner.government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports war
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishverbTo impede the progress of (a horse) to prevent its winning a race.hobbies horse-racing horseracing horses lifestyle pets racing sportstransitive
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishintjCommand used by a target shooter to request that the target be released/launched.
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounAn act of pulling (applying force toward oneself).countable uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounAn attractive force which causes motion towards the source.countable uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounAn advantage over somebody; a means of influencing.broadly countable figuratively uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounThe power to influence someone or something; sway, clout.informal uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounAny device meant to be pulled, as a lever, knob, handle, or rope.countable uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounSomething in one's favour in a comparison or a contest.countable dated slang uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounAppeal or attraction (e.g. of a movie star).countable uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounThe situation where a client sends out a request for data from a server, as in server pull, pull technologyInternet uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounA journey made by rowing.countable uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounA contest; a struggle.countable dated uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounAn injury resulting from a forceful pull on a limb, etc.; a strain.countable uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounLoss or violence suffered.countable obsolete poetic uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounThe act of drinking; a mouthful or swig of a drink.colloquial countable uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounA type of stroke by which a leg ball is sent to the off side, or an off ball to the on side; a pull shot.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounA mishit shot which travels in a straight line and (for a right-handed player) left of the intended path.golf hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounA single impression from a handpress.media printing publishingcountable historical uncountable
internet: situation where a client sends out a request for datapullEnglishnounA proof sheet.media printing publishingcountable uncountable
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishnounA course or way which is traveled or passed.
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishnounA regular itinerary of stops, or the path followed between these stops, such as for delivery or passenger transportation.
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishnounA road or path; often specifically a highway.
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishnounOne of multiple methods or approaches to doing something.figuratively
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishnounOne of the major provinces of imperial China from the Later Jin to the Song, corresponding to the Tang and early Yuan circuits.historical
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishnounA specific entry in a router that tells the router how to transmit the data it receives.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishnounA race longer than one mile.hobbies horse-racing horseracing horses lifestyle pets racing sports
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishnounA path that has been secured by a railway signalling system for the passage of a train and locked to prevent any conflicting train movements from taking place.
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishverbTo direct or divert along a particular course.transitive
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishverbto connect two local area networks, thereby forming an internet.Internet
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishverbTo send (information) through a router.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
internet: to connect two LANsrouteEnglishverbEye dialect spelling of root.alt-of pronunciation-spelling
intestines腸仔Chinesenounsausage (usually short) (Classifier: 條/条 c)Cantonese
intestines腸仔ChinesenounpenisCantonese Hong-Kong slang
intestines腸仔Chinesenounintestinesanatomy medicine sciencesHakka Min Southern
intestines腸仔Chinesenounpig intestinesHokkien Mainland-China
intransitive: to be erasederaseEnglishverbto remove markings or informationtransitive
intransitive: to be erasederaseEnglishverbTo obliterate information from (a storage medium), such as to clear or (with magnetic storage) to demagnetize.transitive
intransitive: to be erasederaseEnglishverbTo obliterate (information) from a storage medium, such as to clear or to overwrite.transitive
intransitive: to be erasederaseEnglishverbTo remove a runner from the bases via a double play or pick off playball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
intransitive: to be erasederaseEnglishverbTo be erased (have markings removed, have information removed, or be cleared of information).intransitive
intransitive: to be erasederaseEnglishverbTo disregard (a group, an orientation, etc.); to prevent from having an active role in society.transitive
intransitive: to be erasederaseEnglishverbTo kill; assassinate.slang transitive
intransitive: to be erasederaseEnglishnounThe operation of deleting data.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
isهستPersianverbthere is, there are
isهستPersianverbis, areTehran colloquial
island in CroatiaMljetEnglishnameAn island in Croatia.
island in CroatiaMljetEnglishnameA municipality of Croatia.
keyboard instrument (any sense)keyboard instrumentEnglishnounAny musical instrument which features a keyboard, such as a piano, synthesizer or celesta.entertainment lifestyle music
keyboard instrument (any sense)keyboard instrumentEnglishnounAny musical instrument that produces sound directly from the manipulation of a keyboard by the performer, including a piano and a celesta.entertainment lifestyle music
keyboard instrument (any sense)keyboard instrumentEnglishnounAny musical instrument (a chordophone) that uses a keyboard to manipulate strings which produce sound, including a piano.entertainment lifestyle music
lacking in reality or substancesubjectiveEnglishadjFormed, as in opinions, based upon a person's feelings or intuition, not upon observation or reasoning; coming more from within the observer than from observations of the external environment.
lacking in reality or substancesubjectiveEnglishadjPertaining to subjects as opposed to objects (A subject is one who perceives or is aware; an object is the thing perceived or the thing that the subject is aware of.)
lacking in reality or substancesubjectiveEnglishadjResulting from or pertaining to personal mindsets or experience, arising from perceptive mental conditions within the brain and not necessarily or directly from external stimuli.
lacking in reality or substancesubjectiveEnglishadjLacking in reality or substance.
lacking in reality or substancesubjectiveEnglishadjAs used by Carl Jung, the innate worldview orientation of the introverted personality types.
lacking in reality or substancesubjectiveEnglishadjExperienced by a person mentally and not directly verifiable by others.human-sciences philosophy psychology sciences
lacking in reality or substancesubjectiveEnglishadjDescribing conjugation of a verb that indicates only the subject (agent), not indicating the object (patient) of the action. (In linguistic descriptions of Tundra Nenets, among others.)grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
languageGejiaEnglishnamean unrecognized ethnic group in China
languageGejiaEnglishnamethe language spoken by this group of people
large, muscular, stupid man, especially an athletemeatheadEnglishnounAn ungainly, dull, or stupid person; someone who is lazy, disrespectful, and/or whose beliefs and philosophies clash with those of another.slang
large, muscular, stupid man, especially an athletemeatheadEnglishnounA large, muscular, stupid man, especially an athlete.slang
large, muscular, stupid man, especially an athletemeatheadEnglishnounA member of the Canadian Forces Military Police.government military politics warCanada slang
leatheroxhideEnglishnounThe skin (hide) of an ox.countable uncountable
leatheroxhideEnglishnounLeather made from the hide of an ox.countable uncountable
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishnounA final examination; a test or examination given at the end of a term or class; the test that concludes a class.Canada US
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishnounA final examination taken at the end of the final year of an undergraduate course, which contributes towards a student's degree classification.
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishnounThe last round, game or match in a contest, after which the winner is determined.hobbies lifestyle sports
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishnounThe final part of a syllable, the combination of medial and rime in phonetics and phonology.human-sciences linguistics phonology sciences
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishnounThe tonic or keynote of a Gregorian mode, and hence the final note of any conventional melody played in that mode.entertainment lifestyle music
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishadjLast; ultimate.
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishadjConclusive; decisive.
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishadjRespecting an end or object to be gained; respecting the purpose or ultimate end in view.
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishadjExpressing purpose; as in the term final clause.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
linguistics: occurring at the end of a wordfinalEnglishadjWord-final; occurring at the end of a word.human-sciences linguistics sciences
lipmũromoKikuyunoundoorway, entranceclass-3
lipmũromoKikuyunounlipclass-3
load, burdengreatsãAromaniannounload, burdenfeminine
load, burdengreatsãAromaniannounnausea; disgustfeminine figuratively
made of concreteconcreteEnglishadjReal, actual, tangible. / Analogous to the categories of algebraic objects which category theory was created to generalize, in the sense of having objects which can be thought of as sets equipped with some additional structure. Formally, equipped with a faithful functor to the category of sets.category-theory computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
made of concreteconcreteEnglishadjReal, actual, tangible. / Equipped with a faithful functor to X (called a base category), in which case C is called a concrete category over X.broadly
made of concreteconcreteEnglishadjReal, actual, tangible.
made of concreteconcreteEnglishadjBeing or applying to actual things, rather than abstract qualities or categories.
made of concreteconcreteEnglishadjParticular, specific, rather than general.
made of concreteconcreteEnglishadjMade of concrete (building material).not-comparable
made of concreteconcreteEnglishadjMade up of separate parts; composite.obsolete
made of concreteconcreteEnglishadjNot liquid or fluid; solid.obsolete
made of concreteconcreteEnglishnounA building material created by mixing cement, water, and aggregate such as gravel and sand.countable uncountable
made of concreteconcreteEnglishnounA term designating both a quality and the subject in which it exists; a concrete term.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
made of concreteconcreteEnglishnounA dessert of frozen custard with various toppings.US countable uncountable
made of concreteconcreteEnglishnounAn extract of herbal materials that has a semi-solid consistency, especially when such materials are partly aromatic.countable uncountable
made of concreteconcreteEnglishnounSugar boiled down from cane juice to a solid mass.countable obsolete possibly uncountable
made of concreteconcreteEnglishnounAny solid mass formed by the coalescence of separate particle; a compound substance, a concretion.countable obsolete uncountable
made of concreteconcreteEnglishverbTo cover with or encase in concrete (building material).transitive usually
made of concreteconcreteEnglishverbTo solidify: to change from being abstract to being concrete (actual, real).transitive usually
made of concreteconcreteEnglishverbTo unite or coalesce into a solid mass.archaic intransitive
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualpunctEncloses supplemental information.
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualpunctEncloses a commentary.
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualpunctEncloses optional variants or variant elements of words, inflections, spellings or pronunciations.
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualpunctEncloses narration.
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualpunctEncloses a letter or number starting an item in a list.
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualpunctEncloses restored elements of text that were (intentionally) omitted by the original scribe as an abbreviation.epigraphy history human-sciences literature media papyrology publishing sciences
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualpunctA transcription delimiter for silent utterances. It may enclose a transcription of a mouthed utterance derived from lip-reading, such as (ʃːː), or of the length of a pause between utterances, such as (1.3 sec). (...), (..) and (.) are used for increasingly brief pauses.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualpunctUsed as quotation marks (e.g. in Arabic).
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualsymbolEncloses a mathematical phrase that has increased precedence in terms of operators.mathematics sciences
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualsymbolDenotes the greatest common divisor of two integers.mathematics sciences
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualsymbolDenotes a coordinate.mathematics sciences
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualsymbolDefines a marked subexpression, to be matched using the backslash (\1, \2, etc.)
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualsymbolUsed when defining a new function, enclosing the list of parameters.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualsymbolUsed when calling an existing function, enclosing the list of arguments.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualsymbolUsed with some expressions and conditionals, like "if", "switch", "for", "while", etc., in certain programming languages.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualsymbolEncloses a repeated unit in a polymer.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
mathematical precedence( )TranslingualsymbolIndicates that a number is negative in place of a minus sign.accounting business finance
melodic theme in an operaleitmotifEnglishnounA melodic theme associated with a particular character, place, thing or idea in an opera.entertainment lifestyle music
melodic theme in an operaleitmotifEnglishnounA recurring theme.broadly
mentally difficultlaboriousEnglishadjRequiring much physical effort; toilsome.
mentally difficultlaboriousEnglishadjMentally difficult; painstaking.
mentally difficultlaboriousEnglishadjIndustrious.
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounAn implement for eating or serving; a scooped utensil whose long handle is straight, in contrast to a ladle.
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounAn implement for stirring food while being prepared; a wooden spoon.
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounA measure that will fit into a spoon; a spoonful.
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounA wooden-headed golf club with moderate loft, similar to the modern three wood.golf hobbies lifestyle sportsarchaic
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounAn oar.slang
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounA type of metal lure resembling the concave head of a tablespoon.fishing hobbies lifestyle
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounA spoon excavator.dentistry medicine sciencesinformal
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounA simpleton, a spoony.archaic figuratively slang
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounA safety handle on a hand grenade, a trigger.government military politics warUS
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishnounA metaphoric unit of finite physical and mental energy available for daily activities, especially in the context of living with chronic illness or disability.slang
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishverbTo serve using a spoon; to transfer (something) with a spoon.
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishverbTo flirt; to make advances; to court, to interact romantically or amorously.dated intransitive
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishverbTo lie nestled front-to-back, following the contours of the bodies, in a manner reminiscent of stacked spoons.informal intransitive transitive
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishverbTo hit (the ball) weakly, pushing it with a lifting motion, instead of striking with an audible knock.golf hobbies lifestyle sports tennis
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishverbTo fish with a concave spoon bait.intransitive
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishverbTo catch by fishing with a concave spoon bait.transitive
metal lure for fishingspoonEnglishverbAlternative form of spoomalt-of alternative
mother of John the BaptistElisabethEnglishnameThe mother of John the Baptist according to the Christian and Islamic scriptures
mother of John the BaptistElisabethEnglishnameA female given name from Hebrew, a less common form of Elizabeth in English.
mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipeorificeEnglishnounA mouth or aperture, such as of a tube, pipe, etc.; an opening.
mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipeorificeEnglishnounA stupid or objectionable person.derogatory slang
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo remove a gap. / To move a thing, or part of a thing, nearer to another so that the gap or opening between the two is removed.intransitive physical transitive
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo remove a gap. / To obstruct or block.physical
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo remove a gap. / To move to a position preventing fluid from flowing.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive physical transitive
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo remove a gap. / To move to a position allowing electricity to flow.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsintransitive physical transitive
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo remove a gap. / To grapple; to engage in close combat.physical
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo finish, to terminate. / To put an end to; to conclude.transitive
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo finish, to terminate. / To come to an end.intransitive
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo finish, to terminate. / To cease trading for the day.intransitive
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo finish, to terminate. / To conclude (a sale).business marketingergative
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo finish, to terminate. / To make the final outs, usually three, of a game.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo finish, to terminate. / To terminate an application, window, file or database connection, etc.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesergative
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo finish, to terminate. / To cancel or reverse (a trading position).business financetransitive
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo come or gather around; to enclose.figuratively
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo have a vector sum of 0; that is, to form a closed polygon.geography natural-sciences surveying
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo do the tasks (putting things away, locking doors, etc.) required to prepare a store or other establishment to shut down for the night.intransitive
narrow alleycloseEnglishverbTo turn off; to switch off.Philippines
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounAn end or conclusion.
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounThe manner of shutting; the union of parts; junction.
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounThe point at the end of a sales pitch when the consumer is asked to buy.
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounA grapple in wrestling.
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounThe conclusion of a strain of music; cadence.entertainment lifestyle music
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounA double bar marking the end.entertainment lifestyle music
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounThe time when checkin staff will no longer accept passengers for a flight.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering lifestyle natural-sciences physical-sciences tourism transport travel
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjClosed, shut.archaic
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjNarrow; confined.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjAt a little distance; near.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjIntimate; well-loved.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjIntimate; well-loved. / Of a corporation or other business entity, closely held.law
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjOppressive; without motion or ventilation; causing a feeling of lassitude.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjHot, humid, with no wind.climatology meteorology natural-sciences weatherIreland UK
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjArticulated with the tongue body relatively close to the hard palate.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjStrictly confined; carefully guarded.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjOut of the way of observation; secluded; secret; hidden.obsolete
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjNearly equal; almost evenly balanced.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjShort.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjDense; solid; compact.archaic
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjConcise; to the point.archaic
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjDifficult to obtain.dated
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjParsimonious; stingy.dated
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjAdhering strictly to a standard or original; exact.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjAccurate; careful; precise; also, attentive; undeviating; strict.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjMarked, evident.
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjAlmost, but not quite (getting to an answer or goal); near
narrow alleycloseEnglishadjWith its wings at its side, closed, held near to its body (typically also statant); (of wings) in this posture.government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politics
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounAn enclosed field, especially a field enclosed around a (usually religious) building.Yorkshire archaic
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounA street that ends in a dead end.British
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounA very narrow alley between two buildings, often overhung by one of the buildings above the ground floor.Scotland
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounThe common staircase in a tenement.Scotland
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounA cathedral close.
narrow alleycloseEnglishnounThe interest which one may have in a piece of ground, even though it is not enclosedlaw
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishnounA machine or device that converts other energy forms into mechanical energy, or imparts motion.
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishnounA motor car, or automobile, even a goods vehicle.colloquial
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishnounA source of power for something; an inspiration; a driving force.figuratively
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishnounAny protein capable of converting chemical energy into mechanical work.
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishnounThe controller or prime mover of the universe; God.Christianityarchaic poetic
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishnounThe fermenting mass of fruit that is the basis of pruno, or "prison wine".slang
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishadjRelating to the ability to move.biology natural-sciencesnot-comparable
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishadjRelating to motor cars.not-comparable
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishadjPropelled by an internal combustion engine (as opposed to a steam engine or turbine).nautical transportnot-comparable
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishverbTo make a journey by motor vehicle; to drive.dated
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishverbTo rotate a jet engine or turboprop using the engine's starter, without introducing fuel into the engine.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencestransitive
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishverbTo progress at a brisk pace.figuratively informal
nautical: propelled by an internal combustion enginemotorEnglishverbTo leave.slang
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishnounThe short term state of the atmosphere at a specific time and place, including the temperature, relative humidity, cloud cover, precipitation, wind, etc.countable uncountable
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishnounUnpleasant or destructive atmospheric conditions, and their effects.countable uncountable
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishnounThe direction from which the wind is blowing; used attributively to indicate the windward side.nautical transportcountable uncountable
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishnounA situation.countable figuratively
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishnounA storm; a tempest.countable obsolete uncountable
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishnounA light shower of rain.countable obsolete uncountable
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishadjFacing towards the flow of a fluid, usually air.geography geology natural-sciences nautical sailing transportnot-comparable
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishverbTo expose to the weather, or show the effects of such exposure, or to withstand such effects.
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishverbTo sustain the trying effect of; to bear up against and overcome; to endure; to resist.broadly
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishverbTo break down, of rocks and other materials, under the effects of exposure to rain, sunlight, temperature, and air.
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishverbTo cause (rocks) to break down by crushing, grinding, and/or dissolving with acids.
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishverbTo pass to windward in a vessel, especially to beat 'round.nautical transport
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishverbTo endure or survive an event or action without undue damage.nautical transport
nautical: windward side of a shipweatherEnglishverbTo place (a hawk) unhooded in the open air.falconry hobbies hunting lifestyle
necklacedog collarEnglishnounA collar for a dog.
necklacedog collarEnglishnounA clerical collar.informal
necklacedog collarEnglishnounA close-fitting woman's necklace.
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishnounA bundle of neurons with their connective tissue sheaths, blood vessels and lymphatics.
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishnounA neuron.colloquial nonstandard
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishnounA vein in a leaf; a grain in wood.biology botany natural-sciences
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishnounCourage; boldness; audacity; gall.
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishnounPatience; stamina; endurance, fortitude.
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishnounOne's neural structures considered collectively as, and conceptually equated with, one's psyche.in-plural
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishnounMental agitation caused by fear, stress or other negative emotions.in-plural
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishnounThe elastic resistance of raw rubber or other polymers to permanent deformation during processing.
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishnounSinew, tendon.obsolete
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishverbTo give courage.transitive
neural structures considered collectively, and conceptually equated with, one's psychenerveEnglishverbTo give strength; to supply energy or vigour.transitive
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjUntrue, not factual, factually incorrect.
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjBased on factually incorrect premises.
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjSpurious, artificial.
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjOf a state in Boolean logic that indicates a negative result.human-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciences
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjUttering falsehood; dishonest or deceitful.
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjNot faithful or loyal, as to obligations, allegiance, vows, etc.; untrue; treacherous.
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjNot well founded; not firm or trustworthy; erroneous.
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjNot essential or permanent, as parts of a structure which are temporary or supplemental.
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjUsed in the vernacular name of a species (or group of species) together with the name of another species to which it is similar in appearance.
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadjOut of tune.entertainment lifestyle music
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishverbTo incorrectly decode noise as if it were a valid signal.business communications electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics telecommunications
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishverbTo violate, to betray (a promise, an agreement, one’s faith, etc.).obsolete
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishverbTo counterfeit, to forge.obsolete
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishverbTo make false, to corrupt from something true or real.obsolete
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishadvIn a dishonest and disloyal way; falsely.
not essential or permanentfalseEnglishnounOne of two options on a true-or-false test, that not representing true.
obligatory feegratuityEnglishnounAn additional payment given freely as thanks for service.
obligatory feegratuityEnglishnounEuphemistic form of fee, in contexts where such additional payments have been made obligatory.euphemistic form-of
obligatory feegratuityEnglishnounEuphemistic form of bribe.euphemistic form-of
of "heavy"svarīgsLatvianadjimportant, significant (which has great value, significance, impact)
of "heavy"svarīgsLatvianadjimportant, significant (when something of importance happened or may happen)
of "heavy"svarīgsLatvianadjimportant, proud, having high social position
of "heavy"svarīgsLatvianadjheavyrare
of "playful"draisksLatvianadjplayful, bold; not very well-behaved (having a tendency to play, joke)
of "playful"draisksLatvianadjplayful, bold; not very well-behaved (expressing such features; having content which expresses such features)
of an aciddibasicEnglishadj(of an acid) containing two replaceable hydrogen atomschemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable
of an aciddibasicEnglishadj(of a salt) having two atoms of a univalent metalchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable
of or pertaining to Halacha; in accordance with HalachahalachicEnglishadjOf or pertaining to Halacha (Jewish law).
of or pertaining to Halacha; in accordance with HalachahalachicEnglishadjIn accordance with Halacha.
of or pertaining to pitch; having a quality like pitchpiceousEnglishadjOf or pertaining to pitch (“a sticky, dark brown substance obtained from distilling turpentine or wood tar, or crude oil or tar”); having a quality like pitch; pitchlike, pitchy.obsolete rare
of or pertaining to pitch; having a quality like pitchpiceousEnglishadjResembling pitch in colour; a very dark brown.biology entomology natural-sciences
of or pertaining to the Sassanid DynastySassanianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Sassanid Dynasty who ruled Persia during 224-651 C.E..not-comparable
of or pertaining to the Sassanid DynastySassanianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the empire ruled by that dynasty.not-comparable
of or pertaining to the Sassanid DynastySassanianEnglishnounA member of the Sassanid Dynasty.
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (relatively easy to bend, split, crush, etc.; made of such materials, substances)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (flexible, not resistant, not strong, not twisted)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (not resistant to pressure; pleasant, comfortable)usually
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjprovided with soft seats or beds
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft, not sharp
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (happening without much resistance)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (relatively easy to bend, squeeze)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (not hard, not harsh)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (really delicate, fine)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjplump, slightly overweightcolloquial
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (easy to bite and chew)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft, weak
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (relatively moderate, not harsh, forgiving, gentle)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft, low
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft, dim, not bright
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjmild, soft, pleasant (especially if unusual)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft, not sharp, not clear, dim
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft (containing little or no salts, usually of calcium and magnesium)
of sleepmīkstsLatvianadjsoft, calm (syn. ciešs)rare
of, relating to, or used in a ceremonyceremonialEnglishadjOf, relating to, or used in a ceremony.
of, relating to, or used in a ceremonyceremonialEnglishadjObservant of ceremony, ritual, or social forms.archaic
of, relating to, or used in a ceremonyceremonialEnglishnounA ceremony, or series of ceremonies, prescribed by ritual.countable uncountable
oldgrey-hairedEnglishadjHaving grey hair.not-comparable
oldgrey-hairedEnglishadjold, wise, experienced.broadly figuratively not-comparable
old man老伙仔Chinesenounold manXiamen Zhangzhou-Hokkien
old man老伙仔ChinesenounhusbandZhangzhou-Hokkien
omit to notice; slight; disregardneglectEnglishverbTo fail to care for or attend to something.transitive
omit to notice; slight; disregardneglectEnglishverbTo omit to notice; to forbear to treat with attention or respect; to slight.transitive
omit to notice; slight; disregardneglectEnglishverbTo fail to do or carry out something due to oversight or carelessness.transitive
omit to notice; slight; disregardneglectEnglishverbTo ignore for the sake of simplifying calculations without significantly affecting accuracy.mathematics sciencestransitive
omit to notice; slight; disregardneglectEnglishnounThe act of neglecting.countable uncountable
omit to notice; slight; disregardneglectEnglishnounThe state of being neglected.countable uncountable
omit to notice; slight; disregardneglectEnglishnounHabitual lack of care.countable uncountable
onlynumaiRomanianadvonly (no more than)
onlynumaiRomanianadvonly (exclusively)
onlynumaiRomanianadvonly (exclusively) / Indicates the subject to be characterised by an abundance of the respective noun: allexcessive sometimes
onlynumaiRomanianadvalmost, nearly, just about (of an event that was close to happening)informal
onlynumaiRomanianadvsuddenly, unexpectedlycolloquial
onlynumaiRomanianadvonly just (not long before)informal
onlynumaiRomanianadvjust (quite)
onlynumaiRomanianadvSynonym of ci (“but rather”).nonstandard
onlynumaiRomanianadvFollows an imperative, sometimes serving to point out the simplicity of the command or to disregard protest.Transylvania colloquial
onlynumaiRomanianconjbutnonstandard
organic compoundindoleEnglishnounAn organic compound, C₈H₇N, found in coal tar, and produced in the gut by the bacterial decomposition of tryptophan; it is an aromatic bicyclic heterocycle having a benzene ring fused with a pyrrole ring; indole and its derivatives occur widely in nature and have many industrial applications.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
organic compoundindoleEnglishnounAny of the derivatives of indole.chemistry natural-sciences organic-chemistry physical-sciences
organic compoundindoleEnglishadjguilelessobsolete
peevishcancrachIrishadjcankerous
peevishcancrachIrishadjcantankerous
period of one’s life in which one is a toddlertoddlerhoodEnglishnounThe period of one's life in which one is a toddler (“a young child who has started walking but not fully mastered it, typically between one and three years old”).countable usually
period of one’s life in which one is a toddlertoddlerhoodEnglishnounThe state of being a toddler.uncountable usually
person from or inhabitant of TuscanyTuscanEnglishadjOf or relating to Tuscany or its inhabitants.not-comparable
person from or inhabitant of TuscanyTuscanEnglishadjBelonging to the simplest of the five classical orders of architecture, being a Roman modification of the Doric style, with unfluted columns, and without triglyphs.architecturenot-comparable
person from or inhabitant of TuscanyTuscanEnglishnounA person from or inhabitant of Tuscany.countable uncountable
person from or inhabitant of TuscanyTuscanEnglishnounA local variety of Italian spoken in Tuscany, on which Standard Italian is largely based.countable uncountable
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishverbTo give money or other compensation to in exchange for goods or services.transitive
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishverbTo discharge, as a debt or other obligation, by giving or doing what is due or required.intransitive transitive
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishverbTo be profitable for.transitive
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishverbTo give (something else than money).transitive
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishverbTo be profitable or worth the effort.intransitive
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishverbTo discharge an obligation or debt.intransitive
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishverbTo suffer consequences.intransitive
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishverbTo admit that a joke, punchline, etc., was funny.transitive
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishnounMoney given in return for work; salary or wages.countable uncountable
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishadjOperable or accessible on deposit of coins.not-comparable
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishadjPertaining to or requiring payment.not-comparable
pertaining to or requiring paymentpayEnglishverbTo cover (the bottom of a vessel, a seam, a spar, etc.) with tar or pitch, or a waterproof composition of tallow, resin, etc.; to smear.nautical transporttransitive
pertaining to the Perm region and its inhabitantsPermianEnglishnounAn inhabitant of the Russian region of Perm; specifically, one belonging to a branch of the Finno-Ugric peoples, including Komis and Udmurts, who speak Permic languages.
pertaining to the Perm region and its inhabitantsPermianEnglishnounThe language of such people; Permic.
pertaining to the Perm region and its inhabitantsPermianEnglishadjPertaining to the Perm region of Russia, or its inhabitants.
pertaining to the Perm region and its inhabitantsPermianEnglishadjPertaining to their language; Permic.
pertaining to the Perm region and its inhabitantsPermianEnglishadjPertaining to the last geologic period of the Paleozoic era; comprising the Cisuralian, Guadalupian and Lopingian epochs from about 280 to 248 million years ago.geography geology natural-sciences
pertaining to the Perm region and its inhabitantsPermianEnglishnameThe Permian period.geography geology natural-sciences
pigmentokraFinnishadjochre (having a yellow-orange colour)
pigmentokraFinnishnounochre (pigment)
pigmentokraFinnishnounochre (color)
pigmentokraFinnishnounokra, Abelmoschus esculentus
plain, physically unattractivehomelyEnglishadjCharacteristic of, belonging to, or befitting a home; domestic, cozy.
plain, physically unattractivehomelyEnglishadjLacking in beauty or elegance, plain in appearance, physically unattractive.Canada US
plain, physically unattractivehomelyEnglishadjOn intimate or friendly terms with (someone); familiar; at home (with a person); intimate.UK dialectal
plain, physically unattractivehomelyEnglishadjDomestic; tame.UK dialectal
plain, physically unattractivehomelyEnglishadjPersonal; private.UK dialectal
plain, physically unattractivehomelyEnglishadjFriendly; kind; gracious; cordial.UK dialectal
plain, physically unattractivehomelyEnglishadjConservative and family-oriented.India
plain, physically unattractivehomelyEnglishadjSimple; plain; familiar; unelaborate; unadorned.archaic
planthackberryEnglishnounAny of several deciduous trees of the genus Celtis, widespread over the Northern Hemisphere, having small fruit.countable uncountable
planthackberryEnglishnounThe fruit of these plants.countable uncountable
planthackberryEnglishnounThe wood of these plants.uncountable
planthackberryEnglishnounPrunus padus, a species of cherry tree, of Eurasia, or its berry.countable uncountable
pompous personroosterEnglishnounA male domestic chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) or other gallinaceous bird.Australia Canada Kent New-Zealand US
pompous personroosterEnglishnounA bird or bat which roosts or is roosting.
pompous personroosterEnglishnounAn informer.figuratively obsolete slang
pompous personroosterEnglishnounA violent or disorderly person.figuratively obsolete slang
pompous personroosterEnglishnounA powerful, prideful, or pompous person.figuratively
pompous personroosterEnglishnounA man.New-Zealand figuratively
pompous personroosterEnglishnounA wild violet, when used in a children's game based on cockfighting.US historical regional
pompous personroosterEnglishnounLegislation solely devised to benefit the legislators proposing it.US obsolete slang
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjNot taking sides in a conflict such as war; nonaligned.government politics
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjFavouring neither the supporting nor opposing viewpoint of a topic of debate; unbiased.
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjNeither positive nor negative.
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjNeither beneficial nor harmful.
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjHaving no sex; neuter.biology natural-sciences
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjHaving no obvious colour; gray
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjNeither positive nor negative; possessing no charge or equivalent positive and negative charge such that there is no imbalance.natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjHaving a pH of or near 7, neither acidic nor alkaline.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjOf an alcoholic drink, having been fermented and distilled but with no additives.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
position of gearsneutralEnglishadjHaving an alignment that is in between chaotic and lawful.
position of gearsneutralEnglishnounA nonaligned state, or a member of such a state.
position of gearsneutralEnglishnounA person who takes no side in a dispute.
position of gearsneutralEnglishnounAn individual or entity serving as an arbitrator or adjudicator.
position of gearsneutralEnglishnounA neutral hue.
position of gearsneutralEnglishnounThe position of a set of gears in which power cannot be transmitted to the drive mechanism.
position of gearsneutralEnglishnounAn electrical terminal or conductor which has zero or close to zero voltage with respect to the ground.
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishnounSomeone who or something that trails (follows behind); something that is trailing.
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishnounPart of an object which extends some distance beyond the main body of the object.
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishnounAn unpowered wheeled vehicle (not a caravan or camper) that is towed behind another, and used to carry equipment, etc, that cannot be carried in the leading vehicle.
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishnounA furnished vehicle towed behind another, and used as a dwelling when stationary; a caravan; a camper.US
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishnounA prefabricated home that could be towed to a new destination but is typically permanently left in an area designated for such homes.US
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishnounA preview of a film, video game or TV show.mediaUS
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishnounA short blank segment of film at the end of a reel, for convenient insertion of the film in a projector.
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishnounThe final record of a list of data items, often identified by a key field with an otherwise invalid value that sorts last alphabetically (e.g., “ZZZZZ”) or numerically (“99999”); especially common in the context of punched cards, where the final card is called a trailer card.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishnounThe last part of a packet, often containing a check sequence.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
preview of a filmtrailerEnglishverbTo load on a trailer or to transport by trailer.
prickstekenDutchverbto prick, stingtransitive
prickstekenDutchverbto sting, hurtintransitive
prickstekenDutchverbto stab, thrust (with a sharp instrument such as a dagger)transitive
prickstekenDutchverbto insert, put intransitive
prickstekenDutchnounplural of steekform-of plural
prison where the sentence includes manual labourworkhouseEnglishnounAn institution for homeless poor people funded by the local parish, where the able-bodied were required to work.British historical
prison where the sentence includes manual labourworkhouseEnglishnounA prison in which the sentence includes manual labour.US
prison where the sentence includes manual labourworkhouseEnglishnounA place of manufacture; a factory.archaic
prison where the sentence includes manual labourworkhouseEnglishverbTo place (a person) in the workhouse (institution for the poor).British historical transitive
process or result of superimposingsuperimpositionEnglishnounThe process, or the result of superimposing. / The placing of one image on top of another, especially placing a photograph over some other graphic; an image thus placed.countable uncountable
process or result of superimposingsuperimpositionEnglishnounThe process, or the result of superimposing. / The building of ontological categories of a higher level on top of categories of a lower level.human-sciences philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
programming: A reserved word used to identify a specific command, function etc.keywordEnglishnounAny word used as the key to a code.computing cryptography engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
programming: A reserved word used to identify a specific command, function etc.keywordEnglishnounAny word used in a reference work to link to other words or other information.computing engineering human-sciences information-science mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
programming: A reserved word used to identify a specific command, function etc.keywordEnglishnounAny important word in a text or document, which may be linked to other words or other information, or at least merely listed in the metadata for searches to find.computing engineering human-sciences information-science mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
programming: A reserved word used to identify a specific command, function etc.keywordEnglishnounA reserved word used to identify a specific command, function, etc.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
programming: A reserved word used to identify a specific command, function etc.keywordEnglishnounAny word that occurs in a text more often than normal.human-sciences linguistics sciences
programming: A reserved word used to identify a specific command, function etc.keywordEnglishverbTo tag with keywords, as for example to facilitate searching.transitive
psychology: something impliedsuggestionEnglishnounSomething suggested (with subsequent adposition being for)countable
psychology: something impliedsuggestionEnglishnounThe act of suggesting.uncountable
psychology: something impliedsuggestionEnglishnounSomething implied, which the mind is liable to take as fact.human-sciences psychology sciencescountable
psychology: something impliedsuggestionEnglishnounThe act of exercising control over a hypnotised subject by communicating some belief or impulse by means of words or gestures; the idea so suggested.countable uncountable
psychology: something impliedsuggestionEnglishnounInformation, insinuation, speculation, as opposed to a sworn testimony and evidence.lawcountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA person used for sex / Synonym of prostitute: a person paid for sex.countable historical rare uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA person used for sex / Synonym of catamite: a boy or younger man used by an older as a (usually passive) homosexual partner.LGBT lifestyle sexualitycountable obsolete uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA person used for sex / Synonym of bottom: any passive or effeminate homosexual male.LGBT lifestyle sexualityUS countable uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA person used for sex / A boy who accompanies a hobo, especially as used for sex.LGBT lifestyle sexualityUS countable slang uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA person used for sex / Synonym of faggot: any male homosexual.LGBT lifestyle sexualityUS countable derogatory uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA person used for sex / Synonym of bitch: a man forced or coerced into a homosexual relationship, especially in prison.LGBT lifestyle sexualityUS countable slang uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA worthless person / Synonym of fellow: any person, especially a male comrade.US countable humorous rare slang uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA worthless person / A petty criminal, especially a juvenile delinquent.US countable derogatory slang uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA worthless person / Synonym of sissy: a weak, timid person.US countable derogatory slang uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA worthless person / Synonym of amateur.US countable slang uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA worthless person / A young, untrained animal or worker.arts circus hobbies lifestyle performing-arts sportsUS countable slang uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA worthless personUS countable slang
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounShort for punk rock, a genre known for short, loud, energetic songs with electric guitars and strong drums.entertainment lifestyle musicabbreviation alt-of uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounShort for punk rock, a genre known for short, loud, energetic songs with electric guitars and strong drums. / Any of the punk genres: dieselpunk, solarpunk, steampunk etc.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounShort for punk rocker, a musician known for playing punk rock or a fan of the genre.abbreviation alt-of countable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounThe larger nonconformist social movement associated with punk rock and its fans.uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishadjWorthless, contemptible, particularly / Bad, substandard.US colloquial
punk social movementpunkEnglishadjWorthless, contemptible, particularly / Thuggish, criminal.US colloquial
punk social movementpunkEnglishadjWorthless, contemptible, particularly / Cowardly.US colloquial
punk social movementpunkEnglishadjWorthless, contemptible, particularly / Poorly, sickly.US colloquial
punk social movementpunkEnglishadjWorthless, contemptible, particularly / Inexperienced.US colloquial
punk social movementpunkEnglishadjOf or concerning punk rock or its associated subculture.
punk social movementpunkEnglishverbTo pimp.slang
punk social movementpunkEnglishverbTo forcibly perform anal sex upon (an unwilling partner).slang transitive
punk social movementpunkEnglishverbTo prank.slang transitive
punk social movementpunkEnglishverbTo give up or concede; to act like a wimp.especially
punk social movementpunkEnglishverbTo adapt or embellish in the style of the punk movement.often transitive
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounAny material used as tinder for lighting fires, such as agaric, dried wood, or touchwood, but especially wood altered by certain fungi.uncountable
punk social movementpunkEnglishnounA utensil for lighting wicks or fuses (such as those of fireworks) resembling stick incense.countable
put on weightgainEnglishverbTo acquire possession of.transitive
put on weightgainEnglishverbTo have or receive advantage or profit; to acquire gain; to grow rich; to advance in interest, health, or happiness; to make progress.intransitive
put on weightgainEnglishverbTo come off winner or victor in; to be successful in; to obtain by competition.dated transitive
put on weightgainEnglishverbTo increase.transitive
put on weightgainEnglishverbTo be more likely to catch or overtake an individual.intransitive
put on weightgainEnglishverbTo reach.transitive
put on weightgainEnglishverbTo draw into any interest or party; to win to one's side; to conciliate.
put on weightgainEnglishverbTo put on weight.intransitive
put on weightgainEnglishverbTo run fast.
put on weightgainEnglishnounThe act of gaining; acquisition.countable uncountable
put on weightgainEnglishnounThe thing or things gained.countable uncountable
put on weightgainEnglishnounThe factor by which a signal is multiplied.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
put on weightgainEnglishprepAgainst.obsolete
put on weightgainEnglishadjStraight, direct; near; short.obsolete
put on weightgainEnglishadjSuitable; convenient; ready.obsolete
put on weightgainEnglishadjEasy; tolerable; handy, dexterous.dialectal
put on weightgainEnglishadjHonest; respectable; moderate; cheap.dialectal
put on weightgainEnglishadvStraightly; quickly; by the nearest way or means.obsolete
put on weightgainEnglishadvSuitably; conveniently; dexterously; moderately.dialectal
put on weightgainEnglishadvTolerably; fairly.dialectal
put on weightgainEnglishnounA square or bevelled notch cut out of a girder, binding joist, or other timber which supports a floor beam, so as to receive the end of the floor beam.architecture
rank or title of a dukedukedomEnglishnounA region ruled by a duke or duchess; a duchy.countable uncountable
rank or title of a dukedukedomEnglishnounThe rank or title of a duke.countable uncountable
rate of deliveryinsolationEnglishnounThe incident radiant energy emitted by the sun which reaches a unit area over a period of time, typically measured over a horizontal area at the Earth's surface or at the top of Earth's atmosphere.uncountable usually
rate of deliveryinsolationEnglishnounThe rate of delivery of such radiation.uncountable usually
rate of deliveryinsolationEnglishnounThe act or process of exposing to the rays of the sun, such as for the purpose of medical treatment, drying or maturing, as fruits, drugs, etc., or of rendering acid, as vinegar.uncountable usually
rate of deliveryinsolationEnglishnounsunstroke.medicine sciencesdated uncountable usually
realاصلیPersianadjmain
realاصلیPersianadjoriginal
realاصلیPersianadjfundamental
realاصلیPersianadjbasic
realاصلیPersianadjinnate
realاصلیPersianadjessential
realاصلیPersianadjreal
realاصلیPersianadjtrue
rectangular tomb structure with a flat top and slightly sloping sidesmastabaEnglishnounA wide stone bench built into the wall of a house, shop etc. in the Middle East.
rectangular tomb structure with a flat top and slightly sloping sidesmastabaEnglishnounA rectangular structure with a flat top and slightly sloping sides, built during Ancient Egyptian times above tombs that were situated on flat land. Mastabas were made of wood, mud bricks, stone, or a combination of these materials. Some are solid structures, while others can contain one or more rooms, sometimes decorated with paintings or inscriptions.architecture
reform in the Soviet Union in 1980sperestroikaEnglishnounA program of political and economic reform carried out in the Soviet Union in the 1980s and early 1990s under the leadership of Mikhail Gorbachev.historical uncountable
reform in the Soviet Union in 1980sperestroikaEnglishnounThe period of time in the Soviet Union during which these reforms were carried out and in effect.historical uncountable
reform in the Soviet Union in 1980sperestroikaEnglishnounA situation where a small variation of parameters leads to a sudden change in properties.countable
relating to GnosticismGnosticEnglishadjOf, or relating to, intellectual or spiritual knowledgenot-comparable
relating to GnosticismGnosticEnglishadjOf, or relating to Gnosticismnot-comparable
relating to GnosticismGnosticEnglishnounA believer in Gnosticism
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishverbTo review materials already learned in order to make sure one does not forget them, usually in preparation for an examination.intransitive literary transitive usually
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishverbTo take a course or courses on a subject.literary transitive
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishverbTo acquire knowledge on a subject with the intention of applying it in practice.transitive
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishverbTo look at minutely.transitive
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishverbTo fix the mind closely upon a subject; to dwell upon anything in thought; to muse; to ponder.transitive
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishverbTo endeavor diligently; to be zealous.intransitive
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounMental effort to acquire knowledge or learning.countable uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounThe act of studying or examining; examination.countable uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounAny particular branch of learning that is studied; any object of attentive consideration.countable uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounA room in a house intended for reading and writing; traditionally the private room of the male head of household.countable uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounAn artwork made in order to practise or demonstrate a subject or technique.countable uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounThe human face, bearing an expression which the observer finds amusingly typical of a particular emotion or state of mind.countable uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounA piece for special practice; an étude.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounAn academic publication.countable literary uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounOne who commits a theatrical part to memory.countable uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounAn endgame problem composed for artistic merit, where one side is to play for a win or for a draw.board-games chess gamescountable uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounA state of mental perplexity or worried thought.countable obsolete uncountable
room for reading and writingstudyEnglishnounThought, as directed to a specific purpose; one's concern.archaic countable uncountable
room for sleepingdormitoryEnglishnounA room containing a number of beds (and often some other furniture and/or utilities) for sleeping, often applied to student and backpacker accommodation of this kind.
room for sleepingdormitoryEnglishnounA building or part of a building which houses students, soldiers, monks etc. who sleep there and use communal further facilities.
room for sleepingdormitoryEnglishnounA dormitory town.
rosy pink colourcarnationEnglishnounA type of Eurasian plant widely cultivated for its flowers. / originally, Dianthus caryophyllusbiology botany natural-sciencescountable uncountable
rosy pink colourcarnationEnglishnounA type of Eurasian plant widely cultivated for its flowers. / other members of genus Dianthus and hybridsbiology botany natural-sciencescountable uncountable
rosy pink colourcarnationEnglishnounThe type of flower they bear, originally flesh-coloured, but since hybridizing found in a variety of colours.countable uncountable
rosy pink colourcarnationEnglishnounA rosy pink colourcountable uncountable
rosy pink colourcarnationEnglishnounThe pinkish colors used in art to render human face and flesharchaic countable uncountable
rosy pink colourcarnationEnglishnounA scarlet colour.countable uncountable
rosy pink colourcarnationEnglishadjOf a rosy pink or red colour.not-comparable
rosy pink colourcarnationEnglishadjOf a human flesh color.archaic not-comparable
saddle girthgjörðIcelandicnounactionfeminine
saddle girthgjörðIcelandicnouncinch, saddle girthfeminine
saddle girthgjörðIcelandicnoungirdle, beltfeminine
saddle girthgjörðIcelandicnounhoopfeminine
sailing shipvailyiNormannounsailing shipnautical transportJersey masculine
sailing shipvailyiNormannounsailmakerJersey masculine
same, but with mentioned things in reverse orderthe other way roundEnglishadvThe same but with the mentioned things or people in reverse order or position.not-comparable
same, but with mentioned things in reverse orderthe other way roundEnglishadvIn reversed orientation.not-comparable
sea monsterkraakDutchnounAn instance or action of cracking, breaking; in particular the activity of squatting premises.masculine
sea monsterkraakDutchnounA robbery by breaking and entering.masculine
sea monsterkraakDutchverbinflection of kraken: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
sea monsterkraakDutchverbinflection of kraken: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
sea monsterkraakDutchnounA carrack, a nau; a large, 16th/17th century, Iberian type of war - or commercial naval ship.feminine
sea monsterkraakDutchnounA smaller Dutch type of wooden cargo ship, used for inland shipping from the late seventeenth to early nineteenth century.feminine
sea monsterkraakDutchnounkraken, giant octopusbiology natural-sciences zoologymasculine
sea monsterkraakDutchnounsea monstermasculine
sea monsterkraakDutchnounAlternative form of krakenalt-of alternative masculine
sea monsterkraakDutchnounA gallery in a barn or churchmasculine
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishnounA second or subsequent reading of a text or artifact in an attempt to gain new insights.countable uncountable
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishnounAn account intended as a critical evaluation of a text or a piece of work.countable uncountable
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishnounA judicial reassessment of a case or an event.lawcountable uncountable
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishnounA stage show made up of topical sketches etc.countable uncountable
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishnounA survey of the available items or material.countable uncountable
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishnounA review article.sciencescountable uncountable
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishnounA periodical which makes a survey of the arts or some other field.countable uncountable
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishnounA military inspection or display for the benefit of superiors or VIPs.countable uncountable
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishnounA forensic inspection to assess compliance with regulations or some code.countable uncountable
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishverbTo survey; to look broadly over.
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishverbTo write a critical evaluation of a new art work etc.; to write a review.
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishverbTo look back over in order to correct or edit; to revise.
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishverbTo look over again (something previously written or learned), especially in preparation for an examination.Canada US transitive
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishverbTo view or see again; to look back on.obsolete
second or subsequent reading of a text or artifactreviewEnglishverbTo retrace; to go over again.obsolete
seeαναγωγήGreeknounabstract reference to something well known
seeαναγωγήGreeknounreductionchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
seeαναγωγήGreeknounreductionmathematics sciences
seeαποξηραντικόςGreekadjdrying, desiccating
seeαποξηραντικόςGreekadjdraining
semifree peasantserfEnglishnounA partially free peasant of a low hereditary class, attached like a slave to the land owned by a feudal lord and required to perform labour, enjoying minimal legal or customary rights.
semifree peasantserfEnglishnounA similar agricultural labourer in 18th and 19th century Europe.
semifree peasantserfEnglishnounA worker unit.
senatorialsenatorialEnglishadjRelating to a senator.
senatorialsenatorialEnglishadjRelating to a senate.
senatorialsenatorialEnglishadjEntitled to elect a senator, or by senators.US
sense 1halsbåndNorwegian Bokmålnouna necklaceneuter
sense 1halsbåndNorwegian Bokmålnouna collar (e.g. for a pet)neuter
sense 5estiloPortuguesenounstyle (manner of doing things)masculine
sense 5estiloPortuguesenounstylus (writing instrument)masculine
sense 5estiloPortuguesenounstroke (a particular style of swimming)hobbies lifestyle sports swimmingPortugal masculine
sense 5estiloPortuguesenounmedleyhobbies lifestyle sports swimmingPortugal in-plural masculine
sense 5estiloPortuguesenounstyle, stylet (the stalk that connects the stigma to the ovary in a pistil of a flower)biology botany natural-sciencesmasculine
sentimentalitygooEnglishnounAny semi-solid or liquid substance; especially one that is sticky, gummy or slippery, unpleasant, and of vague or unknown composition, such as slime or semen.informal uncountable usually
sentimentalitygooEnglishnounExcessive, showy sentimentality.figuratively uncountable usually
sentimentalitygooEnglishverbTo apply goo to something.transitive
sentimentalitygooEnglishnounA noise made by a baby trying to imitate speech.
sentimentalitygooEnglishverbTo produce baby talk.intransitive
sentimentalitygooEnglishverbElongated form of go.
sentimentalitygooEnglishverbPronunciation spelling of go.Northern-England Scotland alt-of pronunciation-spelling
singing groupchoirEnglishnounA group of people who sing together; a company of people who are trained to sing together.
singing groupchoirEnglishnounThe part of a church where the choir assembles for song.architecture
singing groupchoirEnglishnounOne of the nine ranks or orders of angels.angelology lifestyle religion theologyChristian
singing groupchoirEnglishnounSet of strings (one per note) for a harpsichord.
singing groupchoirEnglishverbTo sing in concert.intransitive
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounAny viscous liquid or paste, such as a lubricant, used in preparing a surface.uncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounAn absorbent material used to hold a liquid.uncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounAny varnish used to coat a part, such as an airplane wing or a hot-air balloon in order to waterproof, strengthen, etc.aeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesuncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounAny of various recreational substances: / An opiate, now particularly heroin.countable slang uncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounAny of various recreational substances: / Marijuana.countable slang uncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounAny of various recreational substances: / Any of various recreational substancesslang uncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounInformation, usually from an inside source, originally in horse racing and other sports.slang uncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounBallistic data on previously fired rounds, used to calculate the required hold over a target.engineering firearms government military natural-sciences physical-sciences politics tools war weaponryuncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounA stupid person.countable slang
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounDessert topping.US countable uncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishnounA soft drink. Otherwise known as soda or pop.Appalachia countable uncountable
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishverbTo affect with drugs.slang transitive
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishverbTo treat with dope (lubricant, etc.).transitive
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishverbTo add a dopant such as arsenic to (a pure semiconductor such as silicon).business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicstransitive
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishverbTo use drugs; especially, to use prohibited performance-enhancing drugs (PEDs) in sporting competitions.hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishverbTo judge or guess; to predict the result of.dated slang transitive
slang: use drugsdopeEnglishadjAmazing; cool.slang
sled pulled by dogs, with runnerstobogganEnglishnounA long sled without runners, with the front end curled upwards, which may be pulled across snow by a cord or used to coast down hills.
sled pulled by dogs, with runnerstobogganEnglishnounA similar sled of wood, pulled by dogs, possibly with steel runners, made to transport cargo.Canada US
sled pulled by dogs, with runnerstobogganEnglishnounSomething which, once it starts going (figuratively) downhill, is unstoppable until it reaches the bottom.figuratively
sled pulled by dogs, with runnerstobogganEnglishnounA knit cap, designed to provide warmth in cold weather.Southern-US Virginia West
sled pulled by dogs, with runnerstobogganEnglishverbTo slide down a hill on a toboggan or other object.
sled pulled by dogs, with runnerstobogganEnglishverbTo go downhill unstoppably until one reaches the bottom.figuratively
sled pulled by dogs, with runnerstobogganEnglishverbTo fly sharply downward so as to build up speed to facilitate in-flight refueling of a faster aircraft.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
small and weakweedyEnglishadjAbounding with weeds.
small and weakweedyEnglishadjOf, relating to or resembling weeds.
small and weakweedyEnglishadjConsisting of weeds.
small and weakweedyEnglishadjCharacteristic of a plant that grows rapidly and spreads invasively, and which grows opportunistically in cracks of sidewalks and disturbed areas.biology botany natural-sciences
small and weakweedyEnglishadjSmall and weak.figuratively
small and weakweedyEnglishadjLacking power or effectiveness.Ireland UK figuratively informal
someone or something that causes or attempts to cause rain to fallrainmakerEnglishnounSomeone or something that causes or attempts to cause rain to fall. / A medicine man, shaman, or the like, who seeks to induce rain through performing rituals, as in African or Native American cutlures.
someone or something that causes or attempts to cause rain to fallrainmakerEnglishnounSomeone or something that causes or attempts to cause rain to fall. / A person who seeks to induce rainfall through scientific methods, such as cloud seeding.
someone or something that causes or attempts to cause rain to fallrainmakerEnglishnounSomeone or something that causes or attempts to cause rain to fall.
someone or something that causes or attempts to cause rain to fallrainmakerEnglishnounA person having the ability to generate business, raise funds, or otherwise engineer success for a company, organization, etc.US figuratively informal
someone or something that causes or attempts to cause rain to fallrainmakerEnglishnounA batted ball that is hit very high into the air.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsinformal
someone with a scheme or ulterior motiveanglerEnglishnounA person who fishes with a hook and line.
someone with a scheme or ulterior motiveanglerEnglishnounAn angler fish, Lophius piscatorius.
someone with a scheme or ulterior motiveanglerEnglishnounSomeone who tries to work an angle; a person who schemes or has an ulterior motive.
someone with a scheme or ulterior motiveanglerEnglishnounA thief who uses a hooked stick to steal goods out of shop-windows, grates, etc.UK archaic
speaker of the lawlawmanEnglishnounA lawspeaker: a declarer of the law.lawhistorical
speaker of the lawlawmanEnglishnounOne of 12 magistrates in certain Danish boroughs of England empowered with soc and sac over their own households.lawhistorical
speaker of the lawlawmanEnglishnounThe presiding justice of the supreme court.lawOrkney Shetland
speaker of the lawlawmanEnglishnounA man of the law: a lawyer.rare
speaker of the lawlawmanEnglishnounAn officer of the law: a law-enforcement officer.informal
speaker recognitionvoice recognitionEnglishnounSpeech recognitioncomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesuncountable
speaker recognitionvoice recognitionEnglishnounThe identification of a speaker based on the sound of their voice.uncountable
standard of identityground beefEnglishnounBeef that has been finely chopped; minced beef.Canada US uncountable usually
standard of identityground beefEnglishnounChopped fresh or frozen beef without the addition of beef fat as seasoning, with no more than 30 percent fat, and with no added water, phosphates, binders, or extenders.uncountable usually
statistics: to reduce variationsnormalizeEnglishverbTo make normal, to make standard.transitive
statistics: to reduce variationsnormalizeEnglishverbTo format in a standardized manner, to make consistent.transitive
statistics: to reduce variationsnormalizeEnglishverbTo reduce the variations by excluding irrelevant aspects.mathematics sciences statisticstransitive
statistics: to reduce variationsnormalizeEnglishverbTo return a set of points (switches) to the normal position.rail-transport railways transporttransitive
statistics: to reduce variationsnormalizeEnglishverbTo return to the normal position from the reverse position.rail-transport railways transportintransitive
statistics: to reduce variationsnormalizeEnglishverbTo subject to normalization; to eliminate redundancy in (a model for storing data).computing databases engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencestransitive
statistics: to reduce variationsnormalizeEnglishverbTo anneal (steel) for the purpose of decreasing brittleness and increasing ductility.engineering metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciencestransitive
statistics: to reduce variationsnormalizeEnglishverbTo divide a vector by its magnitude to produce a unit vector.mathematics sciencestransitive
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA straight, round stick, shaft, bar, cane, or staff.
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA longitudinal pole used for forming part of a framework such as an awning or tent.
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA long slender usually tapering pole used for angling; fishing rod.fishing hobbies lifestyle
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA stick, pole, or bundle of switches or twigs (such as a birch), used for personal defense or to administer corporal punishment by whipping.
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounAn implement resembling and/or supplanting a rod (particularly a cane) that is used for corporal punishment, and metonymically called the rod, regardless of its actual shape and composition.
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA stick used to measure distance, by using its established length or task-specific temporary marks along its length, or by dint of specific graduated marks.
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA unit of length equal to 1 pole, a perch, ¹⁄₄ chain, 5+¹⁄₂ yards, 16+¹⁄₂ feet, or exactly 5.0292 meters (these being all equivalent).archaic
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounAn implement held vertically and viewed through an optical surveying instrument such as a transit, used to measure distance in land surveying and construction layout; an engineer's rod, surveyor's rod, surveying rod, leveling rod, ranging rod. The modern (US) engineer's or surveyor's rod commonly is eight or ten feet long and often designed to extend higher. In former times a surveyor's rod often was a single wooden pole or composed of multiple sectioned and socketed pieces, and besides serving as a sighting target was used to measure distance on the ground horizontally, hence for convenience was of one rod or pole in length, that is, 5+¹⁄₂ yards.
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA unit of area equal to a square rod, 30+¹⁄₄ square yards or ¹⁄₁₆₀ acre.archaic
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA straight bar that unites moving parts of a machine, for holding parts together as a connecting rod or for transferring power as a driveshaft.
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA rod cell: a rod-shaped cell in the eye that is sensitive to light.anatomy medicine sciences
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounAny of a number of long, slender microorganisms.biology natural-sciences
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA stirring rod: a glass rod, typically about 6 inches to 1 foot long and ¹⁄₈ to ¹⁄₄ inch in diameter that can be used to stir liquids in flasks or beakers.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA pistol; a gun.slang
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounThe penis.slang vulgar
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA hot rod, an automobile or other passenger motor vehicle modified to run faster and often with exterior cosmetic alterations, especially one based originally on a pre-1940s model or (currently) denoting any older vehicle thus modified.slang
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA rod-shaped object that appears in photographs or videos traveling at high speed, not seen by the person recording the event, often associated with extraterrestrial entities.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciences ufology
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA Cuisenaire rod.mathematics sciences
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishnounA coupling rod or connecting rod, which links the driving wheels of a steam locomotive, and some diesel shunters and early electric locomotives.rail-transport railways transport
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishverbTo reinforce concrete with metal rods.business construction manufacturing
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishverbTo furnish with rods, especially lightning rods.transitive
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishverbTo penetrate sexually.slang transitive vulgar
stick or bundle used for punishmentrodEnglishverbTo hot rod.slang
stonepebbleEnglishnounA small stone, especially one rounded by the action of water.countable uncountable
stonepebbleEnglishnounA particle from 4 to 64 mm in diameter, following the Wentworth scale.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
stonepebbleEnglishnounA small droplet of water intentionally sprayed on the ice that cause irregularities on the surface.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
stonepebbleEnglishnounTransparent and colourless rock crystal.countable uncountable
stonepebbleEnglishnounA form of slow-burning gunpowder in large cubical grains.countable uncountable
stonepebbleEnglishnounA small piece of crack cocaine.countable slang uncountable
stonepebbleEnglishverbTo pave with pebbles.transitive
stonepebbleEnglishverbTo deposit water droplets on the ice.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
stonepebbleEnglishverbTo give (leather) a rough appearance with small rounded prominences.transitive
stonepebbleEnglishverbTo place a pebble at (a vertex of a graph) according to certain rules; see pebble game.graph-theory mathematics sciencestransitive
strongly desirousambitiousEnglishadjHaving or showing ambition; wanting a lot of power, honor, respect, superiority, or other distinction.
strongly desirousambitiousEnglishadjVery desirous
strongly desirousambitiousEnglishadjResulting from, characterized by, or indicating, ambition
strongly desirousambitiousEnglishadjHard to achieve.
studentоқушыKazakhnounreader
studentоқушыKazakhnounpupil, student
substanceinfiltrationEnglishnounThe act or process of infiltrating, as of water into a porous substance, or of a fluid into the cells of an organ or part of the body.countable uncountable
substanceinfiltrationEnglishnounThe act or process of infiltrating, as of water into a porous substance, or of a fluid into the cells of an organ or part of the body. / process by which water on the ground surface enters the soil.geography hydrology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
substanceinfiltrationEnglishnounThe substance which has entered the pores or cavities of a body.countable uncountable
substanceinfiltrationEnglishnounThe act of secretly entering a physical location and/or organization.countable uncountable
substance harming living tissue or damaging materialcorrosiveEnglishadjEating away; having the power of gradually wearing, hanging, or destroying the texture or substance of a body; as the corrosive action of an acid.
substance harming living tissue or damaging materialcorrosiveEnglishadjHaving the quality of fretting or vexing.
substance harming living tissue or damaging materialcorrosiveEnglishadjdestroying or undermining something gradually.
substance harming living tissue or damaging materialcorrosiveEnglishnounThat which has the quality of eating or wearing away gradually.
substance harming living tissue or damaging materialcorrosiveEnglishnounAny solid, liquid or gas capable of irreparably harming living tissues or damaging material on contact.
sum that can be removed from tax calculationsdeductionEnglishnounThat which is deducted; that which is subtracted or removed / A sum that can be removed from tax calculations; something that is written offcountable uncountable
sum that can be removed from tax calculationsdeductionEnglishnounThat which is deducted; that which is subtracted or removed / A sum withheld from an employee's pay for the purpose of paying tax.business finance lawcountable uncountable
sum that can be removed from tax calculationsdeductionEnglishnounA process of reasoning that moves from the general to the specific, in which a conclusion follows necessarily from the premises presented, so that the conclusion cannot be false if the premises are true. / A conclusion; that which is deduced, concluded or figured outhuman-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
sum that can be removed from tax calculationsdeductionEnglishnounA process of reasoning that moves from the general to the specific, in which a conclusion follows necessarily from the premises presented, so that the conclusion cannot be false if the premises are true. / The ability or skill to deduce or figure out; the power of reasonhuman-sciences logic mathematics philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
superclassActinopterygiiTranslingualnameThe ray-finned fishes / A taxonomic class within the superclass Osteichthyes.
superclassActinopterygiiTranslingualnameThe ray-finned fishes / A taxonomic superclass within the infraphylum Gnathostomata.
surnameSchrödingerEnglishnameA surname from German.countable
surnameSchrödingerEnglishnameA placename / Schrödinger: Ellipsis of Schrödinger Crater.; A crater in LQ30, Moon, Earth-Moon System, Solar Systemcountable uncountable
surnameSchrödingerEnglishnameA placename / Vallis Schrödinger; Ellipsis of Schrödinger Valley.; A valley in LQ30, Moon, Earth-Moon System, Solar Systemcountable uncountable
surnameSchrödingerEnglishnameA placename / 13092 Schrödinger; Ellipsis of Asteroid Schrödinger.; An asteroid in Main Belt, Solar Systemcountable uncountable
table for washingwashstandEnglishnounA table containing a basin and a pitcher of water for washing.furniture lifestyle
table for washingwashstandEnglishnounIn a stable or garage, a place in the floor prepared so that carriages or automobiles may be washed there and the water run off.dated
temper脾氣Chinesenountemperament; attitude; disposition
temper脾氣Chinesenountemper; bad temper
tendency of conforming with otherscomplianceEnglishnounAn act of complying.countable uncountable
tendency of conforming with otherscomplianceEnglishnounThe state of being compliant.uncountable
tendency of conforming with otherscomplianceEnglishnounThe tendency of conforming with or agreeing to the wishes of others.uncountable
tendency of conforming with otherscomplianceEnglishnounA measure of the extension or displacement of a loaded structure; its flexibilityengineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
tendency of conforming with otherscomplianceEnglishnounThe accuracy with which a patient follows an agreed treatment planmedicine sciencescountable uncountable
tendency of conforming with otherscomplianceEnglishnounThe department of a business that ensures all government regulations are complied with.businessuncountable
tending to arouse sexual interestprovocativeEnglishadjServing or tending to elicit a strong, often negative sentiment in another person; exasperating.
tending to arouse sexual interestprovocativeEnglishadjServing or tending to excite, stimulate or arouse sexual interest; sexy.
tending to arouse sexual interestprovocativeEnglishadjProvoking or triggering any response.
tending to arouse sexual interestprovocativeEnglishnounSomething that provokes an appetite, especially a sexual appetite; an aphrodisiac.obsolete
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishnounA writing; a written document.countable obsolete
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishnounWritten characters; style of writing.countable uncountable
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishnounType made in imitation of handwriting.media publishing typographycountable uncountable
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishnounAn original instrument or document.lawcountable
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishnounThe written document containing the dialogue and action for a drama; the text of a stage play, movie, or other performance. Especially, the final form used for the performance itself.countable
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishnounA file containing a list of user commands, allowing them to be invoked once to execute in sequence.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishnounEllipsis of behavioral script; a sequence of actions in a given situation.human-sciences psychology sciencesabbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis uncountable
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishnounA system of writing adapted to a particular language or set of languages.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishnounClipping of prescription. (for drugs or medicine)abbreviation alt-of clipping countable informal uncountable
text of the dialogue and action for a dramascriptEnglishverbTo make or write a script.transitive
text of the dialogue and action for a drama