Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

Sample of disambiguated senses (>1 candidate)

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SensetextWordLanguagePart-of-speechGlossTopicsTags
(s)kel-Proto-Indo-Europeanrootto bend, crookmorpheme reconstruction
(s)kel-Proto-Indo-Europeanrootbent, crookedmorpheme reconstruction
(s)kel-Proto-Indo-Europeanrootleg, heel, knee, hipmorpheme reconstruction
-aticumLatinsuffixUsed to form nouns indicating pertinence to the root verb or noun.Early Late-Latin Medieval-Latin declension-2 morpheme
-aticumLatinsuffixUsed to form nouns indicating a state of being resulting from an action.Early Late-Latin Medieval-Latin declension-2 morpheme
-idadePortuguesesuffixforms nouns, from adjectives, indicating the state, property or quality of conforming to the adjective’s description; -ity; -ness; -hoodfeminine morpheme uncountable usually
-idadePortuguesesuffixforms nouns, from adjectives, indicating something that has the given quality; -ityfeminine morpheme uncountable usually
AVODEnglishnounAbbreviation of ad-supported video on demand.abbreviation alt-of uncountable
AVODEnglishnounAbbreviation of audio and video on demand.abbreviation alt-of uncountable
AbschnittGermannounsection (cutting)masculine strong
AbschnittGermannounparagraphmasculine strong
AbschnittGermannounsegmentmasculine strong
AliceEnglishnameA female given name from the Germanic languages popular in England since the Middle Ages.
AliceEnglishnameThe person or system that sends a message to another person or system conventionally known as Bob.computing cryptography engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences physics sciences
AliceEnglishnameThe city of Alice Springs, Australia.Australia often slang with-definite-article
AliceEnglishnameA city in North Dakota.
AliceEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Jim Wells County, Texas.
AnbauGermannouncultivationagriculture business lifestylemasculine strong
AnbauGermannounextension, annexmasculine strong
BleasdaleEnglishnameA small village and civil parish in Wyre borough, Lancashire, England (OS grid ref SD5745).
BleasdaleEnglishnameA surname.
BoeotianEnglishadjPertaining to Boeotia.historical
BoeotianEnglishadjStupid, foolish, dull-witted.broadly
BoeotianEnglishnounAn inhabitant or a resident of Boeotia.historical
BoeotianEnglishnounA dull or ignorant person.broadly
BoeotianEnglishnameA dialect of Ancient Greek spoken in Boeotia.historical
BordeauxFrenchnameBordeaux (the capital city of the Gironde department, France; capital city of the region of Nouvelle-Aquitaine)masculine
BordeauxFrenchnamea surnamemasculine
BrillanzGermannounbrilliancefeminine no-plural
BrillanzGermannouncolor intensityfeminine no-plural
CHOEnglishnounInitialism of chief happiness officer: a person employed to improve employees' morale.businessabbreviation alt-of countable initialism
CHOEnglishnounInitialism of chief health officer.abbreviation alt-of countable initialism
CHOEnglishnounAcronym of Chinese hamster ovary. (only used attributively as an adjective)biotechnology engineering medicine natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation acronym alt-of uncountable
ChrissieEnglishnameA diminutive of the female given names Christina or Christine, sometimes also used as a formal given name
ChrissieEnglishnameChristmasAustralia slang
CocopahEnglishnounA member of a Native American people living in Baja California and Sonora, Mexico, and in Arizona in the United States.
CocopahEnglishnameTheir language, belonging to the Delta-California branch of the Yuman language family.
ColletonEnglishnameA surname.
ColletonEnglishnameA hamlet and old manor in North Devon District, Devon, England (OS grid ref SS6614).
CookEnglishnameAn English surname originating as an occupation for a cook or seller of cooked food. Famously held by James Cook, English captain and explorer of the Pacific Ocean, and for whom the Cook Islands, Cook Strait and Mount Cook were named.countable
CookEnglishnameA placename: / A locale in the United States. / A city in Minnesota; named for railroad official Wirth Cook.countable uncountable
CookEnglishnameA placename: / A locale in the United States. / A village in Nebraska; named for landowner Andrew Cook.countable uncountable
CookEnglishnameA placename: / A locale in the United States. / An unincorporated community in Ohio; named for landowner Matthew S. Cook.countable uncountable
CookEnglishnameA placename: / A suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia; named for James Cook.countable uncountable
CookEnglishnameA placename: / The Shire of Cook, a local government area in Far North Queensland, Australia.countable uncountable
CookEnglishnameA placename: / A ghost town in South Australia, Australia; named for Joseph Cook, 6th Prime Minister of Australia.countable uncountable
CookEnglishnameA placename: / A river in New Zealand.countable uncountable
CookEnglishnameAn electoral division in Sydney, New South Wales, Australiacountable uncountable
EintrachtGermannounconcordfeminine no-plural
EintrachtGermannounharmonyfeminine no-plural
EintrachtGermannoununityfeminine no-plural
EuricEnglishnameA historic king of the Visigoths.
EuricEnglishnameA male given name from Gothic.rare
H@RadialFinger-H@NearCenterChesthigh H@RadialFinger-H@CenterChesthighAmerican Sign Languageverbto name (someone or something); to call (someone or something)transitive
H@RadialFinger-H@NearCenterChesthigh H@RadialFinger-H@CenterChesthighAmerican Sign Languageverbto be called; to be namedwith no syntactic direct object
HardinEnglishnameA surname.
HardinEnglishnameA male given name
HardinEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Shelby County, Ohio, United States.
HardinEnglishnameA city in Ray County, Missouri, United States
HardinEnglishnameA village, the county seat of Calhoun County, Illinois, United States.
HardinEnglishnameA city in Marshall County, Kentucky, United States.
HardinEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Big Horn County, Montana, United States.
HardinEnglishnameA city in Liberty County, Texas, United States.
HardinEnglishnameA former settlement in Mendocino County, California, United States.
HeleneDanishnamea female given name
HeleneDanishnameA moon of the planet Saturn.astronomy natural-sciences
HesseEnglishnameA former realm and modern state of Germany.countable uncountable
HesseEnglishnameA surname from German.countable
HolandeLatviannameHolland (a traditional region in the Netherlands formed by two modern provinces, North Holland and South Holland) # Holland, the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe) / Holland (a traditional region in the Netherlands formed by two modern provinces, North Holland and South Holland)declension-5 feminine
HolandeLatviannameHolland (a traditional region in the Netherlands formed by two modern provinces, North Holland and South Holland) # Holland, the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe) / Holland, the Netherlands (a country in Western Europe)declension-5 feminine
HouserEnglishnameA surname.
HouserEnglishnameA surname from German
Hoàng SaEnglishnameParacel Islands (an archipelago in the South China Sea, Pacific Ocean).
Hoàng SaEnglishnameAn island district of Da Nang, Vietnam.
JanuarysEnglishadvIn January.not-comparable
JanuarysEnglishnameplural of Januaryform-of plural
JendzaPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
JendzaPolishnamea female surnamefeminine
JęcekPolishnamea male surnamemasculine person
JęcekPolishnamea female surnamefeminine indeclinable
KBEnglishsymbolAbbreviation of kilobyte.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of formal
KBEnglishsymbolAbbreviation of kibibyte.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of informal
KBEnglishnounInitialism of knowledge base.computer computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences science sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
KBEnglishnounInitialism of knockback.abbreviation alt-of initialism slang
KBEnglishnounAbbreviation of kine bud. (High-grade marijuana.)abbreviation alt-of slang
KBEnglishnounInitialism of Knowledge Bowl.abbreviation alt-of initialism
KBEnglishnameInitialism of Kuiper Belt.astronomy natural-sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
KBEnglishnameWest Kalimantan in Borneo
KarukEnglishnounA member of an indigenous people of California who reside along the Klamath River.
KarukEnglishnameThe language spoken by this tribe, which is either a language isolate or perhaps Hokan.
KatzeGermannounhouse cat, Felis silvestris catusfeminine
KatzeGermannounfemale house catfeminine specifically
KatzeGermannouncat (any member of the genus Felis)feminine
KatzeGermannounthe obsolete constellation Felisastronomy natural-sciencesfeminine historical
KikoSpanishnamea diminutive of the male given name Federicomasculine
KikoSpanishnamea diminutive of the male given name Franciscomasculine
KlescherBavariannouna bang (usually caused by a clash)Austria masculine
KlescherBavariannounscrew looseAustria masculine
LutscherGermannounagent noun of lutschen; suckeragent form-of masculine strong
LutscherGermannounlollipop, lollymasculine strong
MackemEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Sunderland, England.derogatory sometimes
MackemEnglishnameThe dialect spoken in these areas.
MarsFaroesenameMars (planet)masculine
MarsFaroesenameMars (Roman god)masculine
MoskowienGermannameMuscovy (Grand Duchy of Moscow).historical neuter proper-noun
MoskowienGermannameA planned Reichskommissariat in European Russia during World War II.historical neuter proper-noun
NetzGermannounnet; web; mesh (construction of interwoven fibres, e.g. that of a fisher, a spider, etc.)neuter strong
NetzGermannounnetwork; grid (a system, often interconnected, that covers a certain area)communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunicationsalso general neuter strong
NetzGermannounsignal (connection to a network)communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunicationsinformal neuter strong
NetzGermannounthe internetinformal neuter strong with-definite-article
NewburyEnglishnameA town in Berkshire, England.
NewburyEnglishnameA village in Ontario, Canada.
NewburyEnglishnameA town in Essex County, Massachusetts.
NewburyEnglishnameA town in New Hampshire.
NewburyEnglishnameA town and village in Vermont.
OrtGermannounplace, location, point, positionmasculine strong
OrtGermannounplace of abode, settled dwelling, village, townmasculine strong
OrtGermannounthe collective of inhabitants of such a settlementmasculine metonymically strong
OrtGermannounlocus, point (plural Örter)geometry mathematics sciencesmasculine strong
OrtGermannouncanton (plural Orte; also neuter)Switzerland dated masculine strong
OrtGermannounend, limitneuter obsolete strong
OrtGermannounend of a shaft or aditbusiness miningneuter strong
OrtGermannounawldated dialectal masculine neuter strong
OrtGermannounpoint (of a weapon), tipmasculine neuter obsolete strong
OrtGermannounquarter of various units of measure: / of a Reichstaler (coin)hobbies lifestyle numismaticshistorical masculine neuter obsolete strong
OrtGermannounquarter of various units of measure: / of a Quent (unit of mass)historical masculine neuter obsolete strong
OrtGermannounquarter of various units of measure: / of a Kanne, Pfanne, Maß (unit of volume)historical masculine neuter obsolete strong
SarelEnglishnameA surname.
SarelEnglishnameA male given name from Afrikaans.
Scooby-DooEnglishnameAn American cartoon franchise, named for one of the main characters, a large dog, and featuring as protagonists four "meddling" teenagers who unravel seemingly supernatural mysteries.
Scooby-DooEnglishnameThe cartoon dog from that cartoon, noted for his trouble-causing lack of sense and almost understandable vocalization.
Scooby-DooEnglishnounA Subaru automobile.slang
Scooby-DooEnglishnounA clue.slang
Scooby-DooEnglishnounA shoe.in-plural slang
Scooby-DooEnglishnounA screw (a prison warder)slang
SeafordEnglishnameA placename: / A suburb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.countable uncountable
SeafordEnglishnameA placename: / A suburb of Adelaide, in the City of Onkaparinga, South Australia.countable uncountable
SeafordEnglishnameA placename: / A coastal town in Lewes district, East Sussex, England (OS grid ref TV4899).countable uncountable
SeafordEnglishnameA placename: / A city in Sussex County, Delaware, United States.countable uncountable
SeafordEnglishnameA placename: / A census-designated place in Nassau County, New York, United States.countable uncountable
SeafordEnglishnameA placename: / An unincorporated community in York County, Virginia, United States.countable uncountable
SeafordEnglishnameA habitational surname from Old English.countable uncountable
TaosEnglishnounAn indigenous, Tiwa-speaking people of New Mexico who inhabit a pueblo there.plural plural-only
TaosEnglishnameThe pueblo which they inhabit, which, being about one thousand years old, is one of the oldest continuously inhabited sites in the United States.
TaosEnglishnameThe Kiowa-Tanoan lect they speak, which is either closely related to or a dialect of northern Tiwa.
TaosEnglishnameA town, the county seat of Taos County, New Mexico, south of Taos Pueblo.
TaosEnglishnameA city and town in Missouri.
TiltonEnglishnameA surname from Old English.countable uncountable
TiltonEnglishnameA placename: / A village in Vermilion County, Illinois, United States.countable uncountable
TiltonEnglishnameA placename: / An unincorporated community in Poweshiek County, Iowa, United States.countable uncountable
TiltonEnglishnameA placename: / An unincorporated community in Fleming County, Kentucky, United States.countable uncountable
TiltonEnglishnameA placename: / A town in Belknap County, New Hampshire, United States.countable uncountable
TāmatiMaorinamea male given name, equivalent to English Thomas
TāmatiMaorinameThomas (biblical)
VulvaGermannounvulvaanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
VulvaGermannounvaginacolloquial feminine
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A neighbourhood of Waterbury, Connecticut.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A minor city in Paint Creek Township, Allamakee County, Iowa.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A minor city in Marshall County, Kansas, named after Waterville, Maine.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Kennebec County, Maine.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Le Sueur County, Minnesota.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A village in Oneida County, New York, named after Waterville, Maine.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A city in Lucas County, Ohio.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Cummings Township, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / An unincorporated community in Bradley County, Tennessee.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Lamoille County, Vermont.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town, the county seat of Douglas County, Washington.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in the United States: / A town in Pepin County, Wisconsin.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in Canada: / A rural community in Carleton County, New Brunswick.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in Canada: / A rural community in Sunbury County, New Brunswick.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in Canada: / A community in Kings County, Nova Scotia.
WatervilleEnglishnameA number of places in Canada: / A city in Coaticook Regional County Municipality, south-east Quebec.
WatervilleEnglishnameA village in County Kerry, Ireland.
WatervilleEnglishnameA housing development in Fingal, Ireland.
WeiselGermannounqueen beefeminine
WeiselGermannounqueen antfeminine
WeiselGermannounnudge, boot (rejection or dismissal)Austria colloquial definite strong usually
WinedOld Englishnamea Slavmasculine
WinedOld EnglishnameSlaviain-plural masculine
Wood CountyEnglishnameOne of 88 counties in Ohio, United States. County seat: Bowling Green. Named after Eleazer D. Wood.
Wood CountyEnglishnameOne of 254 counties in Texas, United States. County seat: Quitman. Named after George Tyler Wood.
Wood CountyEnglishnameOne of 55 counties in West Virginia, United States. County seat: Parkersburg. Named after James Wood.
Wood CountyEnglishnameOne of 72 counties in Wisconsin, United States. County seat: Wisconsin Rapids. Named after Joseph Wood.
ZalaHungariannamea male given name
ZalaHungariannameAn administrative county in southwestern Hungary.
ZalaHungariannameA river in southwestern Hungary.
abandonarSpanishverbto abandon, to leavetransitive
abandonarSpanishverbto neglecttransitive
abausirOccitanverbto abound, be plentiful
abausirOccitanverbto brag, exaggerate
aberrantEnglishadjDiffering from the norm.
aberrantEnglishadjStraying from the right way; deviating from morality or truth.figuratively sometimes
aberrantEnglishadjDeviating from the ordinary or natural type; exceptional; abnormal.biology botany natural-sciences zoology
aberrantEnglishnounA person or object that deviates from the rest of a group.
aberrantEnglishnounA group, individual, or structure that deviates from the usual or natural type, especially with an atypical chromosome number.biology natural-sciences
abhaltenGermanverbto keep off, away, or out; to hold offclass-7 strong transitive
abhaltenGermanverbto stop (someone from doing something); to block; to hold back or upclass-7 strong transitive
abhaltenGermanverbto hold (a service, ceremony, etc.)class-7 strong transitive
abhaltenGermanverbto hold (a child while it relieves itself)class-7 strong transitive
abhaltenGermanverbto change the direction fromnautical transportclass-7 strong transitive
abkariEnglishnounThe manufacture or sale of liquors or drugs.India countable uncountable
abkariEnglishnounA revenue tax on the manufacture or sale of liquors and drugs.India countable uncountable
abolitionismEnglishnounSupport for the abolition of something; the tenets of abolitionists. / Support for the abolition of prisons.countable uncountable
abolitionismEnglishnounSupport for the abolition of something; the tenets of abolitionists. / Support for the abolition (banning) of sex work.countable uncountable
abolitionismEnglishnounSupport for the abolition of something; the tenets of abolitionists. / Support for the abolition (banning) of abortion.countable uncountable
abolitionismEnglishnounSupport for the abolition of something; the tenets of abolitionists.countable uncountable
abolitionismEnglishnounSupport for the abolition of slavery.US countable historical uncountable
abreggenMiddle EnglishverbTo lessen (either quantity or amount).
abreggenMiddle EnglishverbTo shorten or reduce in duration or time.
abreggenMiddle EnglishverbTo abridge or condense; to make into less words.
abreggenMiddle EnglishverbTo palliate, mitigate, or ameliorate; to make less dire.
abreggenMiddle EnglishverbTo terminate, stop, or block; to cause the end of.
abreggenMiddle EnglishverbTo restrict one's rights or privileges.rare
abreggenMiddle EnglishverbTo lessen in length or distance.rare
abreggenMiddle EnglishverbTo change to take less time.rare
abreggenMiddle EnglishverbTo release from something.rare
abrirSpanishverbto open, open upintransitive reflexive transitive
abrirSpanishverbto unlocktransitive
abrirSpanishverbto turn ontransitive
abrirSpanishverbto start, open, open up, set up (a business, restaurant, etc.)transitive
abrirSpanishverbto crack, crack open, to pop (e.g., a safe, a bottle, a coconut)transitive
abrirSpanishverbto break, break open, (new ground, a game, etc.); to break out (e.g., champagne); to breachtransitive
abrirSpanishverbto spread (one's legs, arms, fingers)transitive
abrirSpanishverbto answer (the door)figuratively transitive
abrirSpanishverbto open up (to become communicative)takes a reflexive pronoun
abrirSpanishverbto leave, go awayreflexive slang
abrirSpanishverbto withdraw, back out ofLatin-America reflexive
abrirSpanishnounthe act of openingmasculine
abscidoLatinverbto cut off (with an instrument), cut shortconjugation-3
abscidoLatinverbto amputatemedicine sciencesconjugation-3
abscidoLatinverbto deprive (of), cut off, detractconjugation-3 figuratively
abscidoLatinverbto banish, forbid, expel; destroy (hope)conjugation-3 figuratively
abyertoCebuanoadjopen; not closed
abyertoCebuanoadjajar
abâtardirFrenchverbto cause something's qualities or defining characteristics to degenerate; to defile or degrade; to bastardize
abâtardirFrenchverbto degrade; to degenerate; to become bastardizedtakes a reflexive pronoun
acquiescentEnglishadjwilling to acquiesce, accept or agree to something without objection, protest or resistance
acquiescentEnglishadjresting satisfied or submissive; disposed tacitly to submit
adeYorubanouncrown
adeYorubanounroyaltybroadly
adeYorubanounA common prefix in Yoruba given names and surnames for those born in royalty
adeYorubanounthe top part of something
adeYorubanounthe top part of something / the top part of a tree
adeguatoItalianadjfit, suitable, appropriate, proportionate
adeguatoItalianadjfair, just
adeguatoItalianadjsufficient, due
adeguatoItalianverbpast participle of adeguareform-of participle past
administrarSpanishverbto administer (cause to take)transitive
administrarSpanishverbto administer, to manage (manage or supervise the conduct of)transitive
agriturismoItaliannounagritourismmasculine
agriturismoItaliannounan agritourism accommodation; a farm that offers tourists lodging as one of its lines of businessmasculine
aidAzerbaijanipostprelated to, relating to, having to do with
aidAzerbaijanipostpconcerning, about
ain'tEnglishverbAm not.
ain'tEnglishverbAre not, aren’t; is not, isn’t; am not.
ain'tEnglishverbHave not, haven’t; has not, hasn’t, when used as an auxiliary.
ain'tEnglishverbDon't, doesn't.
ain'tEnglishverbDidn't.
ainleIrishnouncross, peevish, personfeminine
ainleIrishnounquerulous child, crybabyfeminine
ainriochtánIrishnounsorry-looking creaturemasculine
ainriochtánIrishnounmiserly personmasculine
airneánachIrishadjfond of night-visiting, of sitting up late
airneánachIrishnounone who is fond of night-visiting, of sitting up latemasculine
ajornalarCatalanverbto hire for a day; to employ as a day laborertransitive
ajornalarCatalanverbto hire oneself out as a day laborertakes a reflexive pronoun
alahNavajonounsibling (brother or sister) (of the opposite sex)
alahNavajonounfirst cousin, father's brother's daughter (male speaker)
alahNavajonounfirst cousin, mother's sister's daughter (male speaker)
all inEnglishadjVery tired.dated not-comparable
all inEnglishadjWith everything included.UK not-comparable
all inEnglishadjHaving no further stake to wager, but remaining active in a hand.card-games pokernot-comparable
all inEnglishnounA hand where at least one player bets all of his or her chips.card-games poker
all inEnglishnounA player who is all in.card-games poker
almasjLule Saminounhuman
almasjLule Saminounpeoplein-plural
altaSpanishnouncertificate of discharge (from a hospital)medicine sciencesfeminine
altaSpanishnounentry into a profession or organizationfeminine
altaSpanishnountax declaration, tax returnlawfeminine
altaSpanishadjfeminine singular of altofeminine form-of singular
amaroItalianadjbitter
amaroItaliannounbitter, bitternessmasculine
amaroItaliannounany of several herbal liqueursmasculine
anmodeteNorwegian Bokmålverbpast participle definite singular of anmodedefinite form-of participle past singular
anmodeteNorwegian Bokmålverbpast participle plural of anmodeform-of participle past plural
anupatatiPaliverbto fall uponconjugation-1
anupatatiPaliverbto befallconjugation-1
arabaTurkishnouncar
arabaTurkishnouncart
arabaTurkishnouncarriage
aranyaCatalannounspiderfeminine
aranyaCatalannounchandelierfeminine
aranyaCatalannounweever (any of nine species of fish in the family Trachinidae)feminine
areadEnglishverbTo soothsay, prophesy.obsolete
areadEnglishverbTo interpret; to explain.obsolete
areadEnglishverbTo advise, counsel.obsolete
arginareItalianverbto embank, to provide (a river, stream, etc.) with embankmentstransitive
arginareItalianverbto check, to limit, to restrain, to containfiguratively transitive
articuloLatinverbto divide into single members or jointsconjugation-1
articuloLatinverbto utter distinctly, articulateconjugation-1 figuratively
articuloLatinnoundative/ablative singular of articulusablative dative form-of singular
as long asEnglishconjUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see as, long.
as long asEnglishconjProvided that, if, assuming (depending upon some condition or requirement).idiomatic
as long asEnglishconjWhile, Sinceidiomatic
asparguAromanianverbto break, shatter
asparguAromanianverbto killfiguratively
aspettoItaliannounlook (act of looking)literary masculine
aspettoItaliannounsightliterary masculine
aspettoItaliannounappearance, lookmasculine
aspettoItaliannounaspect, side, angle, point of viewmasculine
aspettoItaliannounaspectastrology grammar human-sciences linguistics mysticism philosophy sciencesmasculine
aspettoItaliannounwaiting, now only used in sala d'aspettoarchaic masculine
aspettoItaliannounSynonym of pausaentertainment lifestyle musicmasculine
aspettoItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of aspettarefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
assuccareItalianverbto tighten (e.g. a rope)nautical transport
assuccareItalianverbto frap (several objects) (to tie them tightly with several turns of a lashing)nautical transport
asuTausugnounsmoke
asuTausugnounsteam, vapor
athrachIrishnounchange, alterationmasculine
athrachIrishnounalternativemasculine
athrachIrishnoungenitive singular of athair (“creeper”)feminine form-of genitive singular
atletaPolishnounathlete (sportsman practising strength disciplines such as weightlifting or boxing)dated masculine person
atletaPolishnounathlete (extremely physically fit or muscular person)masculine person
attentifFrenchadjattentive
attentifFrenchadjcareful (cautious)
ausbeutenGermanverbto exploitweak
ausbeutenGermanverbto exhaust, to depleteengineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technologyweak
avvicinamentoItaliannounapproachmasculine
avvicinamentoItaliannounthe way an aircraft comes in to land at an airportmasculine
avîNorthern Kurdishadjfluid, liquid, watery
avîNorthern Kurdishadjaquatic, water-dwellingnot-comparable
avîNorthern Kurdishadjirrigated, well-watered (of land)
avîNorthern Kurdishnoundew (moisture in the air that settles on plants, etc)feminine
azylowyPolishadjright of asylum, asylum, refuge, sanctuary (protection offered to a refugee)government law politicsnot-comparable relational
azylowyPolishadjshelter (a place of safety for animals)not-comparable relational
azylowyPolishadjrefuge islandnot-comparable relational
bad lightEnglishnounA weather condition where the light is so poor that the umpires feel that to continue playing would be dangerous.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
bad lightEnglishnounAn unfavourable presentation.figuratively
bakkeNorwegian Nynorsknouna hill or slopemasculine
bakkeNorwegian Nynorsknounthe ground (surface of the earth)masculine
barszczPolishnounborscht (beetroot soup)inanimate masculine
barszczPolishnounhogweed, cow parsnip, pigweed (any plant of the genus Heracleum)inanimate masculine
barúlachIrishadjopinionated, of the opinion
barúlachIrishadjconjectural, dubious, questionable
barúlachIrishadjlikely, promising
barúlachIrishadjnotional
bekkenNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite singular of bekkdefinite form-of masculine singular
bekkenNorwegian Bokmålnouna pelvisanatomy medicine sciencesneuter
bekkenNorwegian Bokmålnouna bedpanneuter
bekkenNorwegian Bokmålnouna cymbalentertainment lifestyle musicneuter
bekkenNorwegian Bokmålnouna basingeography natural-sciencesneuter
beneficenteItalianadjbeneficial
beneficenteItalianadjbeneficent
berkereMiddle EnglishnounA guard-dog; a dog set to guard.rare
berkereMiddle EnglishnounOne who makes fun of someone else.rare
bestechenGermanverbto bribeclass-4 strong
bestechenGermanverbto win overclass-4 strong
bestechenGermanverbto captivate, to impressclass-4 strong
beverageMiddle EnglishnounAn (alcoholic) beverage or beverages.
beverageMiddle EnglishnounSuch a beverage used to close negotiations; said negotiations in themselves.
beverageMiddle EnglishnounHardship, pain, torment; events that are hard to handle.
bhisiPalinouncushion, padfeminine
bhisiPalinounbolsterfeminine
biftaEnglishnounA cannabis cigarette.UK slang
biftaEnglishnounA cigarette.slang
biftaEnglishnounEverything that is available or possible; the works.UK slang with "full"
binusLatinadjoccurring twice, twofold, double, binaryadjective declension-1 declension-2
binusLatinadjin pairsadjective declension-1 declension-2 plural
binusLatinadjtwo eachadjective declension-1 declension-2 plural
bitingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of biteform-of gerund participle present
bitingEnglishnounAn instance of something being bitten.
bitingEnglishnounA bite-sized snack.Kenya
bitingEnglishadjCausing a stinging sensation.
bitingEnglishadjCutting or incisive.
bitingEnglishadjTending to bite.
boccioloItaliannounblossom, bud (on trees)masculine
boccioloItaliannouncam (of an engine)masculine
bomberoTagalognounfirefighter; fireman
bomberoTagalognounbombardier; bombergovernment military politics war
bomberoTagalognounactor of an X-rated filmcolloquial vulgar
botCatalannounjump, leapmasculine
botCatalanverbinflection of botre: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
botCatalanverbinflection of botre: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
botCatalannounboatmasculine
botCatalannounwineskinmasculine
botCatalannounbagpipesmasculine
botCatalannounsunfish (large marine fish of the family Molidae)masculine
boğarsuqKhalajnounbowels
boğarsuqKhalajnounivy
buannaIrishnounbilleted soldiergovernment military politics warhistorical masculine
buannaIrishnoundomineering person (in household)masculine
buannaIrishnounplural of buaform-of masculine plural
bucãAromaniannouncheekfeminine
bucãAromaniannounbuttcheekfeminine
bucãAromaniannounthigh, haunchfeminine
buluhIndonesiannounbamboo (plant)
buluhIndonesiannounbamboo (wood)
buničinaCzechnouncellulosefeminine
buničinaCzechnounwood pulpfeminine
camisaGaliciannounshirtfeminine
camisaGaliciannounshedding (of a snake)feminine
can't evenEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see can’t, even.no-past-participle no-present-participle
can't evenEnglishverbWithout a following verb, as an expression of aporia: to be unable to express one's feelings about an overwhelming situation.no-past-participle no-present-participle slang
candlestickEnglishnounA holder with a socket or spike for a candle.
candlestickEnglishnounA gymnastics move in which the legs are pointed vertically upward.gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
candlestickEnglishnounA color-coded bar showing the open and closing prices of a stock on a candlestick chart.business finance
candlestickEnglishnounThe central ignition tube connecting the fuse and charge of a WWI shrapnel shell, shaped like a candle stick.government military politics warBritain historical slang
candlestickEnglishverbTo catch on fire, so that the chute resembles a tapered candle with a flame on top.of a parachute
candlestickEnglishverbTo analyze stock behavior using Japanese candlestick charts.
candlestickEnglishverbTo adorn with candlesticks.
candlestickEnglishverbTo form a tall, thin, tapering shape similar to a candle.
canonSpanishnouncanon (principle, literary works, prayer, religious law, music piece)masculine
canonSpanishnountax, feemasculine
chaeto-Englishprefixchaeta (“chitinous bristle”).biology medicine natural-sciences sciencesmorpheme
chaeto-Englishprefixhair; hairy; hairiness.sciencesmorpheme
charOld Frenchnounflesh (tissue from an animal in general)anatomy medicine sciences
charOld Frenchnounmeat (flesh of an animal intended to be eaten)
charOld Frenchnouncart
chilcoSpanishnounany of a number of plants: / of genus Baccharis: / Baccharis linearifolia subsp. chilco (syn. Baccharis chilco)masculine
chilcoSpanishnounany of a number of plants: / of genus Baccharis: / Baccharis salicifolia subsp. salisifolia (syn. Baccharis fevillei, mule's fat, mule fat, seepwillow, water wallymasculine
chilcoSpanishnounany of a number of plants: / of genus Baccharis: / Baccharis latifoliamasculine
chilcoSpanishnounany of a number of plants: / of genus Baccharis: / Baccharis macranthamasculine
chilcoSpanishnounany of a number of plants: / of genus Baccharis: / Baccharis prunifoliamasculine
chilcoSpanishnounany of a number of plants: / Fuchsia magellanica (hummingbird fuchsia, hardy fuchsia)masculine
chilcoSpanishnounany of a number of plants: / Mitraria coccinea (Chilean mitre flower)masculine
chilcoSpanishnounany of a number of plants: / Astianthus viminalismasculine
chropawyPolishadjrough (of texture)
chropawyPolishadjharsh, rough, imperfect
chropawyPolishadjhoarse (of sound)
clarineteSpanishnounclarinetmasculine
clarineteSpanishnounclarinetistmasculine
clipIrishverbprick; tease, tormenttransitive
clipIrishverbtire, wear, outtransitive
cockerEnglishnounOne who breeds gamecocks or engages in the sport of cockfighting.
cockerEnglishnounOne who hunts woodcocks.dated
cockerEnglishnounA cocker spaniel, either of two breeds of dogs originally bred for hunting woodcocks.colloquial
cockerEnglishnounA device that aids in cocking a crossbow.
cockerEnglishnounA rustic high shoe; half-boot.
cockerEnglishnounA quiver.obsolete
cockerEnglishnounFriend, mate.UK informal
cockerEnglishverbTo make a nestle-cock of; to indulge or pamper (particularly of children).
colouristEnglishnounOne who colours; an artist with a talent for colouring
colouristEnglishnounA hairdresser who is a specialist in colouring and tinting hair.
combMiddle EnglishnounA comb (toothed tool for holding or grooming hair)
combMiddle EnglishnounAn instrument similar to a comb used for differing things.
combMiddle EnglishnounA comb or wattle (usually of a rooster)
combMiddle EnglishnounA honeycomb (hexagonal structure of bees)
combMiddle EnglishnounThe top of a mount or rise.rare
combMiddle EnglishnounThe palm or the analogous part of the foot.rare
comminusLatinadvin close combat, in close contest, hand-to-handnot-comparable
comminusLatinadvclose up or at hand, near to; immediatelynot-comparable
complottareItalianverbto plot, hatch or conspire [auxiliary avere] / to plot, hatch or conspireintransitive transitive
complottareItalianverbto chat, to chatterbroadly intransitive
compulsusLatinverbcompelleddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
compulsusLatinverburgeddeclension-1 declension-2 form-of participle passive perfect
courthouseEnglishnounA public building housing courts of law.
courthouseEnglishnounThe public building where most American counties have their county offices.US
coöriginalEnglishadjExisting together ab initio; equiprimordial.human-sciences philosophy sciencesnot-comparable
coöriginalEnglishadjOriginating from the same point in space.geometry mathematics sciencesnot-comparable of a line
crepantareNeapolitanverbbreak, burst, crack
crepantareNeapolitanverbdisagree
cristaGaliciannouncrestfeminine
cristaGaliciannouncomb, tuft (of animals)feminine
cristaGaliciannounridgefeminine
cristaGaliciannounhydropiper (Polygonum hydropiper)biology botany natural-sciencesfeminine
cristaGaliciannounlady's thumb (Persicaria maculosa)biology botany natural-sciencesfeminine
cristaGaliciannounrimfeminine
cvjetatiSerbo-Croatianverbto bloom, blossomintransitive
cvjetatiSerbo-Croatianverbto flourishfiguratively intransitive
cymeEnglishnounA “head” (of unexpanded leaves, etc.); an opening bud.obsolete rare
cymeEnglishnounA flattish or convex flower cluster, of the centrifugal or determinate type, on which each axis terminates with a flower which blooms before the flowers below it. Contrast raceme.biology botany natural-sciences
cymeEnglishnoun= cymaarchitecture
cymeEnglishnounMisspelling of senna.alt-of misspelling
cântăriRomanianverbto weigh (something), as with a scaleconjugation-4 transitive
cântăriRomanianverbto ponder, deliberate upon, considerconjugation-4 figuratively
cântăriRomaniannouninflection of cântare: ## indefinite nominative/accusative plural ## indefinite genitive/dative singular/plural / indefinite nominative/accusative pluralaccusative feminine form-of indefinite nominative plural
cântăriRomaniannouninflection of cântare: ## indefinite nominative/accusative plural ## indefinite genitive/dative singular/plural / indefinite genitive/dative singular/pluraldative feminine form-of genitive indefinite plural singular
dGPUEnglishnounInitialism of discrete graphics processing unit (a graphics processing unit which has access to dedicated graphics memory)computer-hardware computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
dGPUEnglishnounInitialism of dedicated graphics processing unit (a graphics processing unit which has access to dedicated graphics memory)computer-hardware computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesabbreviation alt-of initialism
dGPUEnglishnounvideo card, graphics cardcomputer-hardware computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescolloquial
danarPortugueseverbto damn to Helllifestyle religion
danarPortugueseverbto damage (to cause damage)
danarPortugueseverbto piss off (to cause to become angry)informal
daqnaMaltesenounbeard in general, as a stylefeminine
daqnaMaltesenounbeard as an object of shaving; facial hair; stubblesfeminine
dassGermanconjthatsubordinating
dassGermanconjso thatcolloquial subordinating
demagnetiseEnglishverbTo make something non-magnetic by removing its magnetic properties.UK
demagnetiseEnglishverbTo erase the contents of a magnetic storage device.
destinoLatinverbto bind, fasten, secure, fix, make fastconjugation-1
destinoLatinverbto establish, determine, resolve, consider, predict, destineconjugation-1
destinoLatinverbto intend, devoteconjugation-1
destinoLatinverbto appoint, choose, electconjugation-1
destinoLatinverbto aim atarchery government hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports warconjugation-1
detergeoLatinverbto wipe off, wipe away, clean by wipingconjugation-2
detergeoLatinverbto chase away, drive away, removeconjugation-2 figuratively
detergeoLatinverbto strip off, break offconjugation-2
diallaitIrishnounsaddle (seat on an animal)feminine
diallaitIrishnounsaddle (lower point between two hills)feminine
diligentesoIdonoundiligence (quality)
diligentesoIdonounindustriousness
discCatalannoundiscmasculine
discCatalannounClipping of disc fonogràfic.entertainment lifestyle musicabbreviation alt-of clipping masculine
discCatalannoundiskcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesmasculine
discCatalannoundiscushobbies lifestyle sportsmasculine
disciplinareItalianadjdisciplinary
disciplinareItalianverbto discipline
disciplinareItalianverbto regulate
dogoriRomanianverbto burn, scorchconjugation-4
dogoriRomanianverbto be burning hotconjugation-4
dogoriRomanianverbto bake, roast (especially in the sun)conjugation-4
dolcoItalianadjmoderate (of weather)Tuscany
dolcoItalianadjsoftTuscany archaic figuratively
dolcoItalianadjfavourable/favorable, propitiousTuscany archaic figuratively
dryppetNorwegian Bokmålnoundefinite singular of dryppdefinite form-of neuter singular
dryppetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of dryppe: / simple pastpast
dryppetNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of dryppe: / past participleparticiple past
drъvoProto-SlavicnounAlternative form of *dervo (“tree”)alt-of alternative reconstruction
drъvoProto-Slavicnounwoodin-plural reconstruction
dziaraćPolishverbto tattoo (to apply a tattoo to someone or something)colloquial imperfective transitive
dziaraćPolishverbto get tattooedcolloquial imperfective reflexive with się
dziļšLatvianadjdeep (having its bottom far from its surface)
dziļšLatvianadjdeep (located, extending, moving relatively far from the surface of something)
dziļšLatvianadjdeep (forming a thick layer)
dziļšLatvianadjdeep (involving a large amount of air)of breath
dziļšLatvianadjdeep (going down low)of movements
dziļšLatvianadjdeep (such that its edge or border is far from the center)
dziļšLatvianadjdeep, fullof silence
dziļšLatvianadjdeep, fullof physiological processes
dziļšLatvianadjdeep, strong, stableof psychological or emotional states
dziļšLatvianadjdeep (expressing itself strongly, very significantly)of beliefs usually
dziļšLatvianadjdeep (very important, affecting the foundations of something; content-rich)of thoughts usually
dziļšLatvianadjdeep (such that it expresses important, fundamental, content-rich thoughts)of eyes
dèmonCatalannoundaemonmasculine
dèmonCatalannoundemon, daimonhuman-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek masculine
dévergondageFrenchnounshamelessnessfeminine
dévergondageFrenchnounextravagancefeminine
ealne wegOld Englishadvall the way
ealne wegOld Englishadvalways
efectuarCatalanverbto carry outtransitive
efectuarCatalanverbto take place, be realizedtakes a reflexive pronoun
ehaEstoniannoundusk; twilight after the setting of the Sun / The reddening of the western sky after sunset; afterglow.
ehaEstoniannoundusk; twilight after the setting of the Sun / A reddish glow or glare.rare
eintreibenGermanverbto drive inclass-1 strong
eintreibenGermanverbto collect (e.g. debts)class-1 strong
eksamenDanishnounexamination, exam (formal test)common-gender
eksamenDanishnoundegree (academic award)common-gender
elusivoSpanishadjelusive
elusivoSpanishadjevasive
elő-Hungarianprefixin front of, to the front, forward (in space) or before, in advance (in time)morpheme
elő-Hungarianprefixpre-, fore-morpheme noun prefix
endEnglishnounThe terminal point of something in space or time.
endEnglishnounThe cessation of an effort, activity, state, or motion.broadly
endEnglishnounDeath.broadly
endEnglishnounThe most extreme point of an object, especially one that is longer than it is wide.
endEnglishnounResult.
endEnglishnounA purpose, goal, or aim.
endEnglishnounOne of the two parts of the ground used as a descriptive name for half of the ground.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
endEnglishnounThe position at the end of either the offensive or defensive line, a tight end, a split end, a defensive end.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
endEnglishnounA period of play in which each team throws eight rocks, two per player, in alternating fashion.ball-games curling games hobbies lifestyle sports
endEnglishnounAn ideal point of a graph or other complex. See End (graph theory)mathematics sciences
endEnglishnounThat which is left; a remnant; a fragment; a scrap.
endEnglishnounOne of the yarns of the worsted warp in a Brussels carpet.
endEnglishnounMoney.in-plural slang
endEnglishverbTo come to an end.ergative intransitive
endEnglishverbTo conclude; to bring something to an end.intransitive
endEnglishverbTo finish, terminate.transitive
enquestMiddle EnglishnounA jury trial; a session of court with jurors in attendance.
enquestMiddle EnglishnounA group or body of jurors at a trial or inquest.
enquestMiddle EnglishnounA review or inquest of land or titles to determine fees.rare
enquestMiddle EnglishnounA quest, mission, or search.Late-Middle-English rare
enquestMiddle EnglishnounA petition or asking.Late-Middle-English rare
eqalukGreenlandicnounsea trout
eqalukGreenlandicnounArctic char (Salvelinus alpinus)
esmolaGaliciannounalmsfeminine
esmolaGaliciannounalmsgivingfeminine
essedumLatinnounchariotdeclension-2 neuter
essedumLatinnouncarriagedeclension-2 neuter
estiñarGalicianverbto staunch
estiñarGalicianverbto dry
estiñarGalicianverbto cease to produce milkof a mammal
estiñarGalicianverbto clear up, to clear (to stop raining)impersonal
estynWelshverbto extend, to stretch, to lengthen (also figurative)intransitive transitive
estynWelshverbto pass (to transfer from one person or place to another)transitive
estynWelshverb(of an ice sheet) to advancegeography natural-sciences
estynWelshverbto producegeometry mathematics sciences
estynWelshverbto augmententertainment lifestyle music
faclairScottish Gaelicnoundictionarymasculine
faclairScottish Gaelicnounvocabularymasculine
familiarPortugueseadjfamiliar (known to one)feminine masculine
familiarPortugueseadjfamilyfeminine masculine relational
familiarPortuguesenounrelative (person in the same family)masculine plural-normally
familiarPortuguesenounfamiliar (attendant spirit)masculine
farbaSlovaknouncolor, colourfeminine
farbaSlovaknoundyefeminine
federalistEnglishnounAdvocate of federalism.government politics
federalistEnglishnounSupporter of the view that the province of Québec should remain within the Canadian federal system; an opponent of Québec‐based separatism or sovereigns.government politicsCanada
federalistEnglishnounA covenantalist.lifestyle religion theology
federalistEnglishadjOf or relating to federalism, or its advocates.government politicsnot-comparable
fleuretEnglishnounAn ornament resembling a small flower.
fleuretEnglishnounA fencing foil.
flæscmeteOld Englishnouna type or piece of meatcountable
flæscmeteOld Englishnounmeatcollective
fløkjaFaroesenounchaos, tanglefeminine
fløkjaFaroesenouninconclusivenessfeminine
fotometroItaliannounphotometernatural-sciences physical-sciences physicsmasculine
fotometroItaliannounexposure meterarts hobbies lifestyle photographymasculine
frakkiFinnishnouna black evening tailcoat or dress coat and a pair of matching black trousers with strips of braid down the side seams.
frakkiFinnishnounwhite tie (man's full formal evening dress consisting of the above, white stiff-fronted wing-collar shirt, white bow tie, waist coat and black court shoes)
frakkiFinnishnounwhite tie, evening dress, full evening dress (dress code indicating formal evening dress, full military dress or national costume)
free agencyEnglishnounA system through which professional athletes are free to play for or sign a contract to play for any team.hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
free agencyEnglishnounThe movement of an athlete to a team through free agency.hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
free agencyEnglishnounThe status of an athlete as a free agent.hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
frekurIcelandicadjaggressively assertive or demanding; pushy
frekurIcelandicadjdifficult to handle, wildof animals
frekurIcelandicadjtaking up too much space
frekurIcelandicadj(too) much, (overly) longof a quantity of time or space
frekurIcelandicadjslightly more than; overof a quantity of time or space
frekurIcelandicadjmore, furtherin comparative
frenderedeMiddle EnglishnounThe state of being friends; a friendly relationship.rare
frenderedeMiddle EnglishnounA group or grouping of companions.rare
frereMiddle EnglishnounA male associate or companion
frereMiddle Englishnounfriar (male member of a mendicant order)
frereMiddle Englishnounfriary (religious institute for friars)
frereMiddle Englishnounmonk (male member of a monastic order)rare
fresh meatEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see fresh, meat.uncountable
fresh meatEnglishnounA person or group of people who arouse one's interest, either as a new target for deception, humiliation or ridicule, or as a potential love interest or one-night stand.informal uncountable
fresh meatEnglishnounAny newcomer.informal uncountable
frutoPortuguesenounfruit (biology term)archaic masculine poetic
frutoPortuguesenounfruit; result; rewardfiguratively masculine
frutoPortuguesenounoffspring (daughters and sons)masculine
fulangachIrishadjpassive (taking no action)
fulangachIrishadjforbearing, long-suffering, resigned
fulangachIrishadjtolerant, patient
fulangachIrishadjpatient or long-suffering personnoun-from-verb
gapeEnglishverbTo open the mouth wide, especially involuntarily, as in a yawn, anger, or surprise.intransitive
gapeEnglishverbTo stare in wonder.intransitive
gapeEnglishverbTo open wide; to display a gap.intransitive
gapeEnglishverbTo open the passage to the vomeronasal organ, analogous to the flehming in other animals.intransitive of a cat
gapeEnglishverbTo depict a dilated anal or vaginal cavity upon penetrative sexual activity.lifestyle media pornography sexuality
gapeEnglishnounAn act of gaping; a yawn.countable uncommon uncountable
gapeEnglishnounA large opening.countable uncountable
gapeEnglishnounA disease in poultry caused by gapeworm in the windpipe, a symptom of which is frequent gaping.uncountable
gapeEnglishnounThe width of an opening.countable uncountable
gapeEnglishnounThe maximum opening of the mouth (of a bird, fish, etc.) when it is open.biology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
garraCatalannounshank (the part of the leg between the knee and the ankle)feminine
garraCatalannountarsus (of animals)feminine
garraCatalannounclaw, talonfeminine
generaalDutchadjgeneral
generaalDutchnounfull general (rank higher than a colonel)masculine
generaalDutchnoungeneral officermasculine
getacniendliceOld Englishadvfiguratively
getacniendliceOld Englishadvsymbolically
getijdeDutchnounA tide of the sea, either flood or ebbneuter
getijdeDutchnouncanonical hourCatholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicismneuter
getijdeDutchnounA time (period) with a circumstantial nature; especially a season of the yeardated neuter
glandEnglishnounA specialized cell, group of cells, or organ of endothelial origin in the human or animal body that synthesizes a chemical substance, such as hormones or breast milk, and releases it, often into the bloodstream (endocrine gland) or into cavities inside the body or its outer surface (exocrine gland).biology natural-sciences zoology
glandEnglishnounA specialized cell, group of cells, or organ of endothelial origin in the human or animal body that synthesizes a chemical substance, such as hormones or breast milk, and releases it, often into the bloodstream (endocrine gland) or into cavities inside the body or its outer surface (exocrine gland). / A structure resembling a gland, especially a lymph node.anatomy biology medicine natural-sciences sciences zoology
glandEnglishnounA secretory structure on the surface of an organ.biology botany natural-sciences
glandEnglishnounA compressable cylindrical case and its contents around a shaft where it passes through a barrier, intended to prevent the passage of a fluid past the barrier, used for example around a ship’s propeller shaft or around a tap, valve or faucet.engineering mechanical-engineering mechanics natural-sciences physical-sciences
gredyMiddle EnglishadjEnvious, greedy; lusting after wealth or lucre; displaying avarice or greed.
gredyMiddle EnglishadjVoracious, insatiable, tending to overeat or excessively eat (used of people and beasts)
gredyMiddle EnglishadjOverexcited; excessively eager or willing; displaying impulsiveness.
gredyMiddle EnglishadjStarving, hungry; requiring or necessitating nutrition.rare
grgEgyptianverbto set in order or prepare (the earth by working it)transitive
grgEgyptianverbto set up, to found, to constructtransitive
grgEgyptianverbto furnish, to equiptransitive
grgEgyptiannounlie, falsehood
grgEgyptiannoununjust, unfair, or wrong way of thinking
grgEgyptiannouninjustice
grinzaItaliannounwrinklefeminine
grinzaItaliannouncreasefeminine
grúaSpanishnountow truckfeminine
grúaSpanishnouncrane (machine)feminine
grúaSpanishnounObsolete form of grulla.alt-of feminine obsolete
gusanoSpanishnounwormmasculine
gusanoSpanishnouninsect larva, such as a grub, caterpillar, or maggotmasculine
gusanoSpanishnounHispanicized Mexicanderogatory masculine
gusanoSpanishnounCuban reactionary or counter-revolutionaryCuba derogatory masculine
gyulladHungarianverbto catch fireintransitive
gyulladHungarianverbto inflamemedicine sciencesintransitive
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 傋
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 冓
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 勻/匀
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 坸
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 垢
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 夠/够
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 姤
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 媾
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 彀
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 搆/构
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 撀
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 杽
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 構/构
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 煹
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 稾
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 覯/觏
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 訽/𰵛
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 詬/诟
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 豬/猪
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 購/购
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 逅
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 遘
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鉟/𰽧
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 雊
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 骺
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鴛/鸳
gòuMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鷇/𬆮
güeySpanishnounchump, punk, dumbass, idiot, jerkMexico colloquial masculine slang
güeySpanishnoundude, guy, buddyMexico colloquial masculine slang
halkoFinnishnounpiece of firewood cut to about one meter in length and usually split
halkoFinnishnounbillet (short piece of firewood)
halkoFinnishnounboard meetingslang
halshuggNorwegian Bokmålverbimperative of halshuggeform-of imperative
halshuggNorwegian Bokmålverbsimple past of halshuggeform-of past
hebegHungarianverbto stammer, falter (to speak hesitantly, with pauses, due to excitement, fear or embarrassment)intransitive
hebegHungarianverbto stammer (to utter something hesitantly, with pauses, due to excitement, fear or embarrassment)transitive
hebegHungarianverbto stutter (to speak with a spasmodic repetition of vocal sounds)intransitive rare transitive
hedikTurkishnounBoiled wheat, bulgur, corn, chickpeas etc.colloquial dialectal uncountable
hedikTurkishnounEllipsis of hedik aşı (“hedik dish”); Ashure, Noah's pudding.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis regional uncountable
hedikTurkishnounbulgurKonya regional uncountable
hedikTurkishnounFine quality wheat with thick, reddish grains.regional uncountable
hedikTurkishnounA celebratory meeting held when a baby's first tooth comes out and the boiled corn or wheat dish given out at this event.Diyarbakır regional uncountable
hedikTurkishnounsnacksKonya regional uncountable
hedikTurkishnoungreen beansregional uncountable
hedikTurkishnounA type of round snowshoe.Adana Diyarbakır regional uncountable
heshimuSwahiliverbto honour
heshimuSwahiliverbto respect
hinwegsehenGermanverbto look overclass-5 strong
hinwegsehenGermanverbto overlook, to ignoreclass-5 figuratively strong
holtIcelandicnounhillockneuter
holtIcelandicnounwoodarchaic neuter
homaitaVepsverbto notice
homaitaVepsverbto pay attention to
homaitaVepsverbto take into account
home theaterEnglishnounA system for showing theater-quality films at home, usually comprising high-definition television and surround sound.US
home theaterEnglishnounA dedicated room for such a system.broadly
hugelyMiddle EnglishadvHugely; to a huge size, degree, or extent.
hugelyMiddle EnglishadvIn a large number; profusely.broadly
igārumAkkadiannounwall (of a building, house, garden)masculine
igārumAkkadiannounside of a shipmasculine
immediateEnglishadjHappening right away, instantly, with no delay.
immediateEnglishadjVery close; direct or adjacent.
immediateEnglishadjManifestly true; requiring no argument.
immediateEnglishadjEmbedded as part of the instruction itself, rather than stored elsewhere (such as a register or memory location).computer computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences science sciencesof an instruction operand
immediateEnglishadjUsed to denote that a transmission is urgent.government military politics war
immediateEnglishadjAn artillery fire mission modifier for two types of fire mission to denote an immediate need for fire: Immediate smoke, all guns involved must reload smoke and fire. Immediate suppression, all guns involved fire the rounds currently loaded and then switch to high explosive with impact fused (unless fuses are specified).government military politics war
imɣurKabyleverbto be big, large
imɣurKabyleverbto grow (in size or age)
imɣurKabyleverbto be old
incancrenirsiItalianverbto become gangrenousmedicine sciencesintransitive
incancrenirsiItalianverbto take root, to become ingrainedfiguratively intransitive
incorrectEnglishadjNot correct; erroneous or wrong.
incorrectEnglishadjFaulty or defective.
incorrectEnglishadjInappropriate or improper.
incorrectEnglishnounAn item or response that is incorrect.
informaciónSpanishnouninformationfeminine
informaciónSpanishnoundatafeminine
ingiungereItalianverbto enjoin or order (someone) [+ di (object) = to do something] / to enjoin or order (someone)transitive
ingiungereItalianverbto order (an action to be done)transitive
injetadoPortugueseadjinjected
injetadoPortugueseadjbloodshot
injetadoPortugueseverbpast participle of injetarform-of participle past
instituciónGaliciannouninstitutionfeminine
instituciónGaliciannounfoundationfeminine
iznositiSerbo-Croatianverbto carry out, take outtransitive
iznositiSerbo-Croatianverbto expound, present (evidence, arguments, opinion etc.)transitive
iznositiSerbo-Croatianverbto wear outtransitive
iznositiSerbo-Croatianverbto amount, totalintransitive
jumlahIndonesiannountotal: an amount obtained by the addition of smaller amounts.
jumlahIndonesiannounsum: a quantity obtained by addition or aggregation.
jumlahIndonesiannounsentencegrammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesArabic
justeFrenchadjfair, just
justeFrenchadjreasonable, appropriate, grounded
justeFrenchadjcorrect
justeFrenchadjperfectentertainment lifestyle musicof an interval perfect
justeFrenchnouna righteous personmasculine
justeFrenchadvexactly, precisely
justeFrenchadvjust, onlyinformal
justoOld Spanishnounsomeone just, righteousmasculine
justoOld Spanishadjjust, righteous
jøssingNorwegian Bokmålnouna Norwegian opponent of Nazism (referring to conditions in Norway during the German occupation during the second world war)historical masculine
jøssingNorwegian Bokmålnouna potato variety produced in Norway through refining, and used during World War IIagriculture business horticulture lifestylemasculine
kaYorubaverbto countintransitive transitive
kaYorubaverbto readintransitive transitive
kaYorubaverbto confess (literally, "to recount previous misdeeds involuntarily or under duress")transitive
kaYorubaverbto buy things in the hundreds
kaYorubaverbto pluck fruit (from a tree)transitive
kaYorubaverbto break something; to knock off something
kaYorubaverbto become snapped under pressureidiomatic
kaYorubaverbto curl or fold somethingtransitive
kaYorubaverbto become curled or foldedintransitive
kaYorubaverbto constrain someone (often via supernatural means)
kaYorubaverbto get something under controlidiomatic
kaYorubaverbto be everywhere
kabilTurkishadjWho accepts, accepter.obsolete
kabilTurkishadjpossible, doablearchaic
kabilTurkishadjcapable, skillfularchaic
kapitelNorwegian Bokmålnouncapitalarchitectureneuter
kapitelNorwegian Bokmålnounsmall capsmasculine
katuaFinnishverbto regret, rueintransitive transitive
katuaFinnishverbto repentintransitive
katuaFinnishnounpartitive singular of katuform-of partitive singular
kaveTokelauanverbto bringtransitive
kaveTokelauanverbto carrytransitive
kaveTokelauanverbto sendtransitive
kaveTokelauannounbeam, ray
kayıpTurkishadjlost
kayıpTurkishnounloss
kayıpTurkishnouncasualtiesgovernment military politics war
kioltHungarianverbto extinguish, to put outof fire transitive
kioltHungarianverbto exterminate, to killfiguratively literary of life transitive
kioltHungarianverbto make someone blindof eyesight rare transitive
klarsyntSwedishadjclear-sighted, perceptive, perspicacious
klarsyntSwedishadjclairvoyant, psychicarchaic
klathOld Frisiannouncloth
klathOld Frisiannoundress
klathOld Frisiannounclothesin-plural
kornvalaEsperantoadjCornish (of or pertaining to Cornwall or the Cornish people)
kornvalaEsperantoadjClipping of la kornvala lingvo (“the Cornish language”).abbreviation alt-of clipping
koszmarPolishnounnightmare (dream)inanimate masculine
koszmarPolishnounnightmare (experience)inanimate masculine
krakeSwedishnouna pitiful (and weak, in some sense) person or animal (arousing pity or contempt)common-gender
krakeSwedishnouna pitiful (and weak, in some sense) person or animal (arousing pity or contempt) / Synonym of hästkrakecommon-gender
kumahogTagalogverbto rush; to hurry to finish somethingactor-i
kumahogTagalogverbcomplete aspect of kumahogactor-i
kutuMalaynounlouse (insect)
kutuMalaynouncooperative association
kutuMalaynounchit fund
kvenNorwegian Nynorskpronwho
kvenNorwegian Nynorsknouna Finn, a Finnish speaking personmasculine
kvenNorwegian Nynorsknouna Finn, a Finnish speaking person / a Kven, person of a Finnish-descended people in Northern Norwaymasculine
kvistSwedishnouna twigbiology botany natural-sciencescommon-gender
kvistSwedishnouna stick (twig or small branch)common-gender
kvistSwedishnouna dormerarchitecturecommon-gender
kwikaćPolishverbto oink, to squeakimperfective intransitive
kwikaćPolishverbto squealimperfective intransitive
kämpaSwedishverbto fight
kämpaSwedishverbto struggle
käsnEstoniannounbath sponge
käsnEstoniannounsea spongebiology natural-sciences zoology
käsnEstoniannounbracket fungus, conkinformal
käsnEstoniannounwart
käsnEstoniannounold personcolloquial dated derogatory
kòmèHaitian Creolenounmadam, Mrs.
kòmèHaitian Creolenoungodmother
kėglisLithuaniannounbowling pincountable
kėglisLithuaniannoungame involving such pins; bowlingin-plural
kłaść na łopatkiPolishverbto smash, to destroy (to beat in a competition)idiomatic imperfective transitive
kłaść na łopatkiPolishverbto smash, to destroy (to bring to a downfall, destruction, or loss)idiomatic imperfective transitive
kʼáakʼYucatec Mayanounfire
kʼáakʼYucatec Mayanounsmallpox
kʼáakʼYucatec Mayanounmeasles
kʼáakʼYucatec Mayanouncold sores
kʼáakʼYucatec Mayaverbroast
lattonzoloItaliannouna suckling animalmasculine
lattonzoloItaliannouna suckling animal / a suckling pigmasculine
lattonzoloItaliannouna naive and inexperienced boy; a milksopfiguratively masculine
legislatureEnglishnounA governmental body with the power to make, amend and repeal laws.
legislatureEnglishnounA governmental body with the power to make, amend and repeal laws. / The legislative assembly of a province or territory, as opposed to the federal parliament.Canada
legislatureEnglishnounA legislative building.Canada
legutóbbHungarianadvlast time (at the last occurrence in the past)not-comparable
legutóbbHungarianadvlast time (at the latest occurrence in the past, the closest to the present time)not-comparable
legutóbbHungarianadvrecently (not long ago, in the near past)not-comparable
levellerEnglishadjcomparative form of level: more levelUK comparative form-of
levellerEnglishnounA person or thing that levels.UK
levellerEnglishnounSomething that transcends people’s differences (such as social class, wealth, etc.); something that tends to eliminate advantages and disadvantages.UK
levellerEnglishnounA person holding a political opinion in favor of eliminating disparities between the haves and the have-nots.UK
levellerEnglishnounAn equaliser.hobbies lifestyle sportsUK
libānietisLatviannouna Lebanese man, a man from Lebanon or of Lebanese descentdeclension-2 masculine
libānietisLatviannounLebanese, pertaining to Lebanon and its peopledeclension-2 genitive masculine plural
lichenousEnglishadjCovered in lichen.
lichenousEnglishadjComposed of lichen.
lichenousEnglishadjResembling lichen.
ligjAlbaniannounlawmasculine
ligjAlbaniannounstatutemasculine
lillàItaliannounlilac (plant)feminine invariable
lillàItaliannounlilac (color)feminine invariable
lillàItalianadjlilacinvariable
liraLatinnounthe earth thrown up between two furrows, a ridgedeclension-1
liraLatinnounfurrowagriculture business lifestyledeclension-1
llufaCatalannounsilent fartfeminine
llufaCatalannouna piece of paper placed on someone's behind as a prankfeminine
lobodaProto-Slavicnoungoosefoot (Chenopodium)feminine reconstruction
lobodaProto-Slavicnounorach (Atriplex gen. et spp.)feminine reconstruction
loefwaartsDutchadvwindward, loofward
loefwaartsDutchadjwindward, loofwardnot-comparable
lolcontentPolishnounsomething funny or amusingInternet inanimate masculine
lolcontentPolishnounsomething worthy of ridicule and mockeryInternet inanimate masculine
lopъProto-Slavicnounsmack, slap, spankmasculine reconstruction
lopъProto-Slavicnoungulping, swallowingmasculine reconstruction
lopъProto-Slavicnounplant, herb with large bulbous leavesmasculine reconstruction regional
luxemburgskNorwegian Nynorskadjrelating to Luxembourg and Luxembourgers
luxemburgskNorwegian NynorsknounLuxembourgish (the language)masculine uncountable
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 來/来
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 俫
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 倈/俫
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 婡/𫝫
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 孻/𡥧
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 崍/崃
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 庲/𫷬
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 律
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 徕
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 徟
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 徠/徕
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 来
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 梾
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 棶/梾
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 淶/涞
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 猍/𰡎
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 琜/𱮾
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 筙
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 箂/𮵱
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 萊/莱
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 逨
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 郲/𬩾
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 錸/铼
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 騋/𱅕
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鯠/𱇭
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鶆/𱉵
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 麳/𪎌
láiMandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 黧
látbragðsleikurIcelandicnounmimemasculine no-plural
látbragðsleikurIcelandicnounpantomimemasculine no-plural
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 綠/绿, 緑/绿, 绿
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 勴/𰅔
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 垍
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 壔/𭎜
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 寽
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 嵂
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 彔
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 律
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 慮/虑
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 氯
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 濾/滤
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 率
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 箻
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 累
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 膟
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 葎
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 虑
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鋀
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 錰
MandarinromanizationHanyu Pinyin reading of 鑢/𮣶
macaomhIrishnounyoung person, youth; boy, ladmasculine
macaomhIrishnounCubmasculine
machiavélismeFrenchnounMachiavellianism (philosophy)masculine uncountable
machiavélismeFrenchnounMachiavellianism (instance of application of the philosophy, or ruthless action in general)countable masculine
mafieuxFrenchadjmafiarelational
mafieuxFrenchnounMafioso (member of the mafia)masculine
mahiyyətAzerbaijaninounessence / The inherent nature of a thing or idea.
mahiyyətAzerbaijaninounessence / the true nature of anything, not accidental or illusoryhuman-sciences philosophy sciences
majorFrenchnounmajor, the upper rank of French non-commissioned officersgovernment military politics warFrance feminine masculine
majorFrenchnounmajor, the commissioned field officer rankgovernment military politics warCanada feminine masculine
mamparaSpanishnounpanel (small movable screen)feminine
mamparaSpanishnounshower screen, shower door (ellipsis of mampara de ducha.)feminine
mangluhoBikol Centralverbto create a hole, to bore a hole
mangluhoBikol Centralverbto punch a ticket
mariahEastern Chamadjred
mariahEastern Chamnounred (color)
mathematicsEnglishnounAn abstract representational system studying numbers, shapes, structures, quantitative change and relationships between them.uncountable
mathematicsEnglishnounA person's ability to count, calculate, and use different systems of mathematics at differing levels.uncountable
mating biteEnglishnounA bite performed during copulation in certain species.biology natural-sciences zoology
mating biteEnglishnounIn speculative erotica, a bite given by one person to another to form a permanent bond, typically leaving a scar or mark.fiction literature media publishing
mawmetrieMiddle EnglishnounIdolatry, paganism: / Islam (improperly understood as paganism)
mawmetrieMiddle EnglishnounIdolatry, paganism: / Adoration of worldly things.figuratively
mawmetrieMiddle EnglishnounIdolatry, paganism: / Occult practices; witchcraft.
mawmetrieMiddle EnglishnounAn idol or graven image: / idols, graven imagescollective
mawmetrieMiddle EnglishnounAn idol or graven image: / worldly distractionsfiguratively
mehrsprachigGermanadjmultilingual / containing text in more than one languagenot-comparable of a book usually
mehrsprachigGermanadjmultilingual / able to communicate in more than one languagenot-comparable of a person
membroItaliannounmember (one who belongs to a group; an element of a set)masculine
membroItaliannounpenismasculine
membroItaliannounmember, limbanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine plural-normally
membroItaliannounarmanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
membroItalianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of membrarefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
menerFrenchverbto lead, to taketransitive
menerFrenchverbto lead, to run, to take charge
menerFrenchverbto lead, to be leading, to be in the lead
meniñaGaliciannoungirl (child)feminine
meniñaGaliciannoungirl (young woman)feminine
middleweightEnglishnounA weight class in professional boxing between light middleweight or welterweight and super middleweight or cruiserweight; a similar division in wrestling and other sportsuncountable
middleweightEnglishnounA boxer who fights in this division; a similar wrestler etccountable
middleweightEnglishnounA class in between heavy and light.broadly countable uncountable
middleweightEnglishnounAn employee ranking anywhere between junior and senior.businessbroadly countable
migPolishnounsign of communication made with gestures or facial expressionscolloquial inanimate masculine
migPolishnounsign (linguistic unit in sign language)human-sciences linguistics sciencesinanimate masculine
migPolishnounflash, jiffy (very short, unspecified length of time)inanimate masculine
migPolishnounMiG (any of a series of Soviet and Russian fighter aircraft)aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesanimate masculine
millorCatalanadjcomparative degree of bo; bettercomparative feminine form-of masculine
millorCatalanadjsuperlative degree of bo; bestfeminine form-of masculine superlative
mirfalloGaliciannounloose threadmasculine
mirfalloGaliciannounstring; filamentmasculine
mirfalloGaliciannountasselmasculine
misconstructEnglishverbTo construct wrongly.
misconstructEnglishverbTo construe or interpret erroneously.
monophasicEnglishadjof, related to or affected with monophasia
monophasicEnglishadjhaving a single phase
morþOld Englishnounmurderneuter
morþOld Englishnoundeath, crimeneuter poetic
mtr'Middle Persiannounsun
mtr'Middle Persiannounlove, friendship
mtr'Middle PersiannameMithra
muirIrishnounseafeminine
muirIrishnounmareastronomy natural-sciencesfeminine
muishondAfrikaansnounmongoose, carnivore of the family Herpestidae.
muishondAfrikaansnounAfrican striped weasel, muishond, Poecilogale albinucha.
muishondAfrikaansnounstriped polecat, African polecat, Ictonyx striatus.
munningNorwegian Nynorsknounmouth (as above)feminine masculine
munningNorwegian Nynorsknounmuzzle (as above)feminine masculine
murarGalicianverbto wall
murarGalicianverbto mouse, to waylay miceof cats
murarGalicianverbto lurk; to awaitfiguratively
muốiVietnamesenounsalt (sodium chloride)
muốiVietnamesenounsaltchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
muốiVietnameseverbto pickle (to preserve food in a salt, sugar or vinegar solution)
muốiVietnameseadjpickled (preserved by pickling)
måsteSwedishverbmust, have toauxiliary no-infinitive
måsteSwedishnouna must; something that is (ordinarily) mandatory or required, an obligation, a dutyinformal neuter
méchammentFrenchadvnastily; meanly; cruelly
méchammentFrenchadvveryinformal
ménego maèstroVenetiannounwormwood
ménego maèstroVenetiannounabsinthe
namotatCzechverbto wind up, to coilperfective transitive
namotatCzechverbto wind aroundperfective reflexive with se
nasturzioItaliannounnasturtiummasculine
nasturzioItaliannounwatercressmasculine
nderAlbaniannounhonourmasculine
nderAlbaniannounfavourmasculine
nekDutchnounNape of the neck.masculine
nekDutchnounNeck.broadly masculine
nekDutchverbinflection of nekken: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / first-person singular present indicativefirst-person form-of indicative present singular
nekDutchverbinflection of nekken: ## first-person singular present indicative ## imperative / imperativeform-of imperative
nemat-EnglishprefixCharacteristic of, pertaining to, or possessing a filiform structure.biology natural-sciencesmorpheme
nemat-Englishprefixnematodemorpheme
nonfatalEnglishadjNot fatal; from which death will not result.not-comparable
nonfatalEnglishnounAn incident not causing death; a nonfatality.
nümayəndəAzerbaijaninounrepresentative
nümayəndəAzerbaijaninoundelegate, envoy
nümayəndəAzerbaijaninounmember (one who belongs to a group, not necessarily officially)
oblateEnglishnounA person dedicated to a life of religion or monasticism, especially a member of an order without religious vows or a lay member of a religious community.Catholicism Christianity Roman-Catholicism
oblateEnglishnounA child given up by its parents into the keeping or dedication of a religious order or house.
oblateEnglishadjFlattened or depressed at the poles.
oblateEnglishverbTo offer as either a gift or an oblation.
observadorPortuguesenounobserver (someone who observes something)masculine
observadorPortuguesenounobserver (person sent as a representative to monitor but not to participate in an event)masculine
obviusLatinadjin the way, who goes or comes to meetadjective declension-1 declension-2
obviusLatinadjmeetingadjective declension-1 declension-2
obviusLatinadjaffable, courteousadjective declension-1 declension-2
obviusLatinadjat hand, readyadjective declension-1 declension-2 of objects
obviusLatinadjexposed, lying openadjective declension-1 declension-2
obviusLatinadjknown, familiaradjective declension-1 declension-2 figuratively
occhioItaliannouneyemasculine
occhioItaliannounhilumbiology botany natural-sciencesmasculine
occhioItalianintjlook out! watch out!
occhioItalianintjmind!
occhioItalianintjbeware!
ocellatedEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, resembling or having an ocellus.
ocellatedEnglishadjspotted
odkázatCzechverbto bequeath (by testament)perfective
odkázatCzechverbto refer, direct (somebody to something or somebody else)perfective
odnóżePolishnounan arthropod limbneuter
odnóżePolishnouna human leghumorous neuter
oiriúnachIrishadjsuitable, fit, proper
oiriúnachIrishadjfitting, appropriate, meet
oiriúnachIrishadjexpedient (suitable to effect some desired end or the purpose intended)
oiriúnachIrishadjrespectable (deserving respect)
oiriúnachIrishadjbecoming (pleasingly suitable)
oiriúnachIrishadjcongenial (suitable to one’s needs), convenient
oiriúnachIrishadjdecorous, proper
oiselOld Frenchnounbird / bird, falcon, hawkfalconry hobbies hunting lifestyle
oiselOld Frenchnounbird / chick
oiselOld Frenchnounbird
ojalSpanishnounbuttonhole, eyeletmasculine
ojalSpanishnounloopmasculine
okupadoTagalogadjoccupied (of a house)
okupadoTagalogadjoccupied (by an invader)
okupadoTagalogadjoccupied (of a position in an office)
okupadoTagalogadjbusy; occupied
om nom nomEnglishintjThe sound made while relishing food.childish slang
om nom nomEnglishnounTasty food.Internet countable plural-normally uncountable
orechSlovaknounwalnut (any member of the genus Juglans)inanimate masculine
orechSlovaknouncommon walnut (Juglans regia)inanimate masculine
orechSlovaknounwalnut (wood of a walnut tree)inanimate masculine
oroLatinverbto orate, deliver a speech publiclyconjugation-1
oroLatinverbto plead, beg, pray, entreatconjugation-1
osztódikHungarianverbto divide (of a cell, to reproduce by dividing)biology natural-sciencesintransitive
osztódikHungarianverbto divide, split, break up into multiple partsintransitive
outerwearEnglishnounClothing (such as a dress) worn over one's underwear.countable uncountable
outerwearEnglishnounClothing (such as a raincoat) worn over one's clothes when outdoors.countable uncountable
oženitCzechverbto marry (of man, to take a wife)perfective reflexive with se
oženitCzechverbto marry (to give away a man as a husband)perfective transitive
oʻyinUzbeknoungame
oʻyinUzbeknoundance
oʻyinUzbeknounentertainment, fun
oʻyinUzbeknounjoke
pabuloganBikol Centralnounbarbershop
pabuloganBikol Centralnounbeauty parlor, beauty salon
paginationEnglishnounThe act of creating pages for a document, book, etc., or determining when to truncate text on the pages.countable uncountable
paginationEnglishnounThe act of numbering pages for a document, book, etc.countable uncountable
paginationEnglishnounThe separation of data into batches, so that it can be retrieved with a number of smaller requests.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
palihogCebuanoadvplease
palihogCebuanoverbto do someone a favor
papīrsLatviannounpaper (material for writing, printing, wrapping)declension-1 masculine singular
papīrsLatviannoundocumentdeclension-1 masculine
papīrsLatviannounletters, manuscripts, notes, writingsdeclension-1 masculine
parecerSpanishverbto seem, to see fitimpersonal
parecerSpanishverbto believetakes a reflexive pronoun
parecerSpanishverbto thinktakes a reflexive pronoun
parecerSpanishverbto strike (seem, appear, make an impression)
parecerSpanishverbto be like, to take after, to resemblereflexive
parecerSpanishverbto perceive
parecerSpanishnounappearance (used generally when a person is pretty)archaic masculine
parecerSpanishnounopinionmasculine
parisiskaSwedishnouna female Parisiancommon-gender
parisiskaSwedishnounParisian French (variety of French spoken in Paris)common-gender
pasteraCatalannountrough, kneading troughfeminine
pasteraCatalannounnichefeminine
pasteraCatalannouna small flat-bottomed boat; dinghyfeminine
patalBikol Centraladjstupid; dumbderogatory
patalBikol Centraladjdumbassderogatory
patriaItaliannounone's native land or countryfeminine
patriaItaliannounhomeland, fatherlandfeminine
patriaItalianadjfeminine singular of patriofeminine form-of singular
pedal to the metalEnglishadvat maximum speednot-comparable
pedal to the metalEnglishadvwith maximum effortnot-comparable
pedasoBikol Centralnounpiece
pedasoBikol Centralnounchunk; hunk; lump
pedasoBikol Centralnounslice
pelengkapIndonesiannouncomplement: / something (or someone) that completes; the consummation.
pelengkapIndonesiannouncomplement: / something which completes one's equipment, dress etc.; an accessory.
pelengkapIndonesiannouncomplement: / a word or group of words that completes a grammatical construction in the predicate and that describes or is identified with the subject or object.human-sciences linguistics sciences
pepticEnglishadjOf, pertaining to, capable of, or aiding digestion.not-comparable
pepticEnglishadjOf or pertaining to pepsin.not-comparable
pepticEnglishnounAn agent that promotes digestion.
pepticEnglishnounThe digestive organs.in-plural
percalSpanishnounpercalebusiness manufacturing textilesmasculine
percalSpanishnounshebangmasculine
percalSpanishnounfeint of the capebullfighting entertainment lifestylemasculine
peregrinoGaliciannounpilgrimmasculine
peregrinoGaliciannountravelermasculine
peregrinoGalicianadjperegrine
peregrinoGalicianverbfirst-person singular present indicative of peregrinarfirst-person form-of indicative present singular
perfumeEnglishnounA pleasant smell; the scent, odor, or odoriferous particles emitted from a sweet-smelling substance; a pleasant odorcountable uncountable
perfumeEnglishnounA substance created to provide a pleasant smell or one which emits an agreeable odor.cosmetics lifestylecountable uncountable
perfumeEnglishverbTo apply perfume to; to fill or impregnate with a perfume; to scent.transitive
perjalananIndonesiannountrip
perjalananIndonesiannounjourney
pernaGaliciannounlegfeminine
pernaGaliciannounshin, the region between the knee and ankleanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
peunaiddWelshadjpeacock-like
peunaiddWelshadjproud, ostentatious
phiềnVietnameseadjbothersome; annoying
phiềnVietnameseadjvery concernedin-compounds
phiềnVietnameseverbto bother; to annoy; to cause unnecessary concern
pleromaEnglishnounA plant of the genus Pleroma.biology botany natural-sciencescountable uncountable
pleromaEnglishnounThe central portion of the primary meristem.biology botany natural-sciencescountable uncountable
pleromaEnglishnounA state of perfect fullness, especially of God's being.lifestyle religion theologycountable uncountable
pleromaEnglishnameThe spiritual universe seen in terms of the full totality of the powers and essence of God.Gnosticism lifestyle religion
ploucFrenchnounhick, country bumpkin, yokelby-personal-gender derogatory feminine informal masculine
ploucFrenchnounrubeby-personal-gender derogatory feminine figuratively informal masculine
postpositionEnglishnounA word that has the same purpose as a preposition but comes after the noun.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
postpositionEnglishnounThe act of placing after, or the state of being placed after.
postpositionEnglishverbTo be placed after a the word that it modifies.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
potępiaćPolishverbto condemn, to denounce (speak out against)imperfective transitive
potępiaćPolishverbto damnlifestyle religion theologyimperfective transitive
preisiEstonianadjPrussianindeclinable
preisiEstonianadjOld Prussianindeclinable
pressNorwegian Bokmålnounpressureneuter
pressNorwegian Bokmålnouna presshobbies lifestyle sports weightliftingneuter
pressNorwegian Bokmålverbimperative of presseform-of imperative
pretorRomaniannounpraetorhistorical masculine
pretorRomaniannounthe leader of a plasăgovernment politicsmasculine
produktCzechnounproduct (commodity for sale)inanimate masculine
produktCzechnounproductchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciencesinanimate masculine
przepowiednikOld Polishnounpublic instructormasculine
przepowiednikOld Polishnounsoothsayer, diviner, predictormasculine
prāvsLatvianadjlarge, big, sizeable, considerable (having size, dimensions above average)
prāvsLatvianadjlarge, big, sizeable, considerable (having many components, many members, many units)
prāvsLatvianadjlarge, strong, intensiveof activities
quaranta-vuitèCatalanadjforty-eighthnumeral ordinal
quaranta-vuitèCatalannounforty-eighthmasculine
ranaItaliannounfrogfeminine
ranaItaliannounbreaststrokehobbies lifestyle sports swimmingfeminine singular singular-only
rasenGermanverbto race; to speed (drive faster than permitted) [auxiliary sein] / to race; to speed (drive faster than permitted)weak
rasenGermanverbto rage [auxiliary haben] / to rageweak
rastLatvianverbto find (to cause by searching that something (desirable, necessary) be present, in use, or in one's possession)transitive
rastLatvianverbto find (to discover via research)transitive
rastLatvianverbto find (to choose, e.g., the right word, in one's thoughts)transitive
rastLatvianverbto find, to receive (e.g., help, understanding, from others)transitive
rastLatvianverbto find, to start (e.g., a state, a situation, a relationship)transitive
rastLatvianverbto find (to be such that a certain mental state is caused)transitive
rastLatvianverbaccustomed, used toin the past active participle form radis transitive
rastLatvianverbusual, well-knownin the past passive participle form rasts rare transitive
realnyPolishadjreal (that has physical existence)
realnyPolishadjviable (possible)
realnyPolishadjcommon-sense, commonsensical
rebolarGalicianverbto throw rolling downtransitive
rebolarGalicianverbto roll
rebolarGalicianverbto throw, shoot (specially, a long object which is made to turn over its axis)transitive
rebolarGalicianverbto skim (a container with a rebolo)transitive
religious educationEnglishnounThe teaching of a particular religion, and its doctrines, beliefs etc.uncountable
religious educationEnglishnounThe teaching about various religions; also known as religious studies.UK uncountable
remote controlEnglishnounA device used to operate an appliance (such as a television, vehicle, or mechanical toy) from a short distance away.countable
remote controlEnglishnounA means of operating a device from a distance.uncountable
rereEnglishnounArchaic spelling of rear (all meanings).alt-of archaic
rereEnglishnounback portion or area behind (a building, etc.)lawIreland specifically
riallacciareItalianverbto tie up again, to refasten, to reconnecttransitive
riallacciareItalianverbto renewtransitive
riattareItalianverbto restore, to renovate, to repair, to refurbish (a road, bridge, house, table, etc.)transitive
riattareItalianverbto modernize, to adapt (e.g. a dress)rare transitive
riciclareItalianverbto recycletransitive
riciclareItalianverbto launder (money)transitive
riciclareItalianverbto retrain, redeploytransitive
rievocareItalianverbto recall, bring backtransitive
rievocareItalianverbto remember, call uptransitive
rievocareItalianverbto commemorate, hark back totransitive
riggaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of rigge: / simple pastpast
riggaNorwegian Bokmålverbinflection of rigge: / past participleparticiple past
rigirareItalianverbto turn again or several timestransitive
rigirareItalianverbto go around (a location)transitive
rigirareItalianverbto turn overtransitive
rigirareItalianverbto surround, to enclosetransitive
rigirareItalianverbto modify (a sentence, argument, etc.) (usually in order to improve it)transitive
rigirareItalianverbto turn (something) to one's advantagetransitive
rigirareItalianverbto take advantage of (someone)transitive
rigirareItalianverbto turn here and there [auxiliary avere] / to turn here and thereintransitive
rindimaSwahiliverbto rumble
rindimaSwahiliverbto roar
rinriQuechuanounear
rinriQuechuanounhearing
ristabilireItalianverbto reestablishtransitive
ristabilireItalianverbto restoretransitive
rotharScottish Gaelicnouncyclemasculine
rotharScottish Gaelicnounbagpipe chantermasculine
rozruszaćPolishverbto set in motion (e.g. joints, limbs), to start up, to turn over (e.g. an engine)perfective transitive
rozruszaćPolishverbto limber up, to warm upperfective reflexive with się
rukaLower Sorbiannounhandfeminine
rukaLower Sorbiannounarmfeminine
rukojměOld Czechnounguarantor, suretymasculine person
rukojměOld Czechnounhostagemasculine person
rózsásHungarianadjfull of roses (adorned with roses)
rózsásHungarianadjrosy, pink (color)
rózsásHungarianadjbright, optimistic (mood)
s(j)am-sProto-Sino-Tibetannounsoul, mind, spiritreconstruction
s(j)am-sProto-Sino-Tibetannounheartreconstruction
s(j)am-sProto-Sino-Tibetannounbreath, voicereconstruction
saetaSpanishnounarrowfeminine
saetaSpanishnoundartfeminine
saetaSpanishnounhand (of a clock or watch)feminine
saetaSpanishverbinflection of saetar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / third-person singular present indicativeform-of indicative present singular third-person
saetaSpanishverbinflection of saetar: ## third-person singular present indicative ## second-person singular imperative / second-person singular imperativeform-of imperative second-person singular
saisirFrenchverbto take hold of; to grab
saisirFrenchverbto seize, to take (an illegal product), to capture
saisirFrenchverbto grasp mentally; understand
saisirFrenchverbto capture (screen or data)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
saisirFrenchverbto type (something) into a computer; to inputcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
saisirFrenchverbto record (something) in an account, ledger, etc.accounting business finance
saisirFrenchverbto vest a court with a case; to refer a matter to a courtlaw
samizdatEnglishnounThe secret copying and sharing of illegal publications, chiefly in the Soviet Union; underground publishing and its publications.attributive often uncountable
samizdatEnglishnounA samizdat publication.countable
satguruEnglishnounIn Hinduism and Buddhism, a great teacher; a supremely wise guide.
satguruEnglishnounIn Sikhism, God.
sbandarsiItalianverbreflexive of sbandareform-of reflexive
sbandarsiItalianverbto disperse
sbandarsiItalianverbto scatter
sbandarsiItalianverbto break up
scaollmharIrishadjpanicky
scaollmharIrishadjtimid
scheduleEnglishnounA slip of paper; a short note.obsolete
scheduleEnglishnounA written or printed table of information, often forming an annex or appendix to a statute or other regulatory instrument, or to a legal contract. / One of the five divisions into which controlled substances are classified, or the restrictions denoted by such classification.lawUS capitalized often
scheduleEnglishnounA written or printed table of information, often forming an annex or appendix to a statute or other regulatory instrument, or to a legal contract. / One of the nine schedules of the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons. Identical to the American usage above.law medicine sciencesAustralia
scheduleEnglishnounA written or printed table of information, often forming an annex or appendix to a statute or other regulatory instrument, or to a legal contract.law
scheduleEnglishnounA serial record of items, systematically arranged.
scheduleEnglishnounA procedural plan, usually but not necessarily tabular in nature, indicating a sequence of operations and the planned times at which those operations are to occur.
scheduleEnglishnounAn allocation or ordering of a set of tasks on one or several resources.computer computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences science sciences
scheduleEnglishverbTo create a time-schedule.
scheduleEnglishverbTo plan an activity at a specific date or time in the future.
scheduleEnglishverbTo add a name to the list of people who are participating in something.
scheduleEnglishverbTo admit (a person) to hospital as an involuntary patient under a schedule of the applicable mental health law.medicine sciencesAustralia
scheduleEnglishverbTo classify as a controlled substance.US
schwierigGermanadjdifficult, hard, challenging, tough
schwierigGermanadjdifficult, pricklyof a person
scuddeenYolanounA rubbing of the back, shrug.
scuddeenYolaverbrubbing
selceItaliannounflint (hard fine-grained quartz which generates sparks when struck)feminine
selceItaliannounpaving stonefeminine
seneschalEnglishnounA steward, particularly (historical) one in charge of a medieval nobleman's estate.
seneschalEnglishnounAn officer of the crown in late medieval and early modern France who served as a kind of governor and chief justice of the royal court in Normandy and Languedoc.historical
senhoraPortuguesenounladyfeminine
senhoraPortuguesenounmistressfeminine
sewerageEnglishnounA network of sewer pipes that geographically transfers wastewater; a sewer system.countable uncountable
sewerageEnglishnounSewage.countable nonstandard rare uncountable
sgomitolarsiItalianverbto unwind (of a spool of yarn, etc.)intransitive
sgomitolarsiItalianverbto tumble forth (of words, ideas, etc.)figuratively intransitive
sickbayEnglishnounA place used as a hospital on board a ship, on a spaceship (in science fiction).
sickbayEnglishnounA room or area for the treatment of the sick or injured in a school.
significarSpanishverbto signify
significarSpanishverbto mean
significarSpanishverbto stand outtakes a reflexive pronoun
significarSpanishverbto speak out, to assert (to voice one's opinion)takes a reflexive pronoun transitive with en
signumLatinnounvisible indication: sign, mark, signaldeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounseal, signetdeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounemblem, ensigndeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounwatchworddeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounsymptom, prognosticdeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounmiracle, miraculous work, signdeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounstatue, figuredeclension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounconstellation; sign in the heavens, heavenly signdeclension-2 neuter poetic
signumLatinnounsignum (medieval tower bell used particularly for ringing the 8 canonical hours)Medieval-Latin declension-2 neuter
signumLatinnounthe cross of Jesus Christ & Christianity.Medieval-Latin declension-2 neuter
simbolsLatviannounsymbol (a sign or group of signs — image, ornament, object, music, text, etc. — which represents an idea or phenomenon in society, in nature, etc.)declension-1 masculine
simbolsLatviannounsymbol (a sign used in a technical or scientific field to represent a certain idea, entity, or quantity)declension-1 masculine
sixteMiddle Englishadjsixth
sixteMiddle EnglishnounA sixth; something which is sixth.
sixteMiddle EnglishnounA musical sixth; a note a sixth away from another given note.rare
skaldSwedishnounskaldcommon-gender historical
skaldSwedishnounpoetcommon-gender
slagningSwedishnounlookup (the act of looking something up in a book or database)common-gender
slagningSwedishnounlaybusiness manufacturing textiles weavingcommon-gender
sledging biscuitEnglishnounA kind of dense, high-energy biscuit eaten in Antarctica.
sledging biscuitEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: A biscuit riding a sledge.
slykeMiddle Englishnounslick, slippery
slykeMiddle Englishnoundeceptive, maliciousfiguratively
soitellaFinnishverbFrequentative form of the verb soittaa (“to play”); to play for fun, in a light-hearted way, without paying too much attention to playing exactly right.form-of frequentative
soitellaFinnishverbTo give a number of phone calls, either many to one person, or one to each of many people.
soule-heleMiddle EnglishnounOne's spiritual wellbeing; the health of one's soul.uncountable
soule-heleMiddle EnglishnounThe healing of one's soul; salvation.uncountable
soule-heleMiddle EnglishnounThat which provides spiritual wellbeing or healing.uncountable
sterquiliniumLatinnoundung heapdeclension-2
sterquiliniumLatinnounmiddendeclension-2
stormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest. / A heavy fall of precipitation (hail, rain, or snow) or bout of lightning and thunder without strong winds; a hail storm, rainstorm, snowstorm, or thunderstorm.broadly
stormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest. / Synonym of cyclone (“a weather phenomenon consisting of a system of winds rotating around a centre of low atmospheric pressure”)broadly
stormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest. / A period of frosty and/or snowy weather.Canada Scotland US broadly dated
stormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest. / A disturbed state of the atmosphere between a severe or strong gale and a hurricane on the modern Beaufort scale, with a wind speed of between 89 and 102 kilometres per hour (55–63 miles per hour; 10 on the scale, known as a "storm" or whole gale), or of between 103 and 117 kilometres per hour (64–72 miles per hour; 11 on the scale, known as a "violent storm").climatology meteorology natural-sciences
stormEnglishnounAny disturbed state of the atmosphere causing destructive or unpleasant weather, especially one affecting the earth's surface involving strong winds (leading to high waves at sea) and usually lightning, thunder, and precipitation; a tempest.
stormEnglishnounA heavy expulsion or fall of things (as blows, objects which are thrown, etc.).figuratively
stormEnglishnounA violent agitation of human society; a domestic, civil, or political commotion.figuratively
stormEnglishnounA violent commotion or outbreak of sounds, speech, thoughts, etc.; also, an outpouring of emotion.figuratively
stormEnglishnounChiefly with a qualifying word: a violent attack of diease, pain, physiological reactions, symptoms, etc.; a paroxysm.medicine pathology sciencesfiguratively
stormEnglishnounEllipsis of storm window (“a second window (originally detachable) attached on the exterior side of a window in climates with harsh winters, to add an insulating layer of still air between the outside and inside”).Canada US abbreviation alt-of ellipsis in-plural
stormEnglishverbPreceded by the dummy subject it: to have strong winds and usually lightning and thunder, and/or hail, rain, or snow.US impersonal
stormEnglishverbTo make (someone or something) stormy; to agitate (someone or something) violently.transitive
stormEnglishverbTo disturb or trouble (someone).figuratively transitive
stormEnglishverbTo use (harsh language).figuratively transitive
stormEnglishverbTo violently assault (a fortified position or stronghold, a building, etc.) with the aim of gaining control of it.government military politics wartransitive
stormEnglishverbTo violently assault (a fortified position or stronghold, a building, etc.) with the aim of gaining control of it. / To assault or gain control or power over (someone's heart, mind, etc.).government military politics warfiguratively often poetic transitive
stormEnglishverbTo protect (seed-hay) from stormy weather by putting sheaves of them into small stacks.agriculture business lifestyleBritain dialectal transitive
stormEnglishverbOf the weather: to be violent, with strong winds and usually lightning and thunder, and/or hail, rain, or snow.intransitive
stormEnglishverbTo be exposed to harsh (especially cold) weather.intransitive
stormEnglishverbTo move noisily and quickly like a storm (noun sense 1), usually in a state of anger or uproar.figuratively intransitive
stormEnglishverbTo move quickly in the course of an assault on a fortified position or stronghold, a building, etc.government military politics warbroadly figuratively intransitive
stormEnglishverbTo be in a violent temper; to use harsh language; to fume, to rage.figuratively intransitive
stormEnglishnounA violent assault on a fortified position or stronghold.government military politics war
stádoSlovaknounflock (of sheep)neuter
stádoSlovaknounherd (of various mammals)neuter
ståNorwegian Bokmålnounstop up, stop short, break downidiomatic not inflected
ståNorwegian Bokmålnouna stand
ståNorwegian Bokmålnounerection, hard-onnot inflected slang
ståNorwegian Bokmålverbto stand.
ståNorwegian Bokmålverbto be, be located.
ståNorwegian Bokmålverbto stand still, be stopped
ståNorwegian Bokmålverbto take place, happen
ståNorwegian Bokmålverbto reach, be at
ståNorwegian Bokmålverbto be written, to say
ståNorwegian Bokmålverbto pass
ståNorwegian Bokmålverbto be in a certain situation or condition
stăruiRomanianverbto persevere, persist, continue, endure, lastconjugation-4
stăruiRomanianverbto insistconjugation-4
sudSerbo-Croatiannouncourt
sudSerbo-Croatiannouncourthouse
sudSerbo-Croatiannountribunal
sudSerbo-Croatiannounjudgment
sudSerbo-Croatiannounvesselregional
sudSerbo-CroatiannoundishSerbia
sulfurousEnglishadjContaining sulfur.US
sulfurousEnglishadjOf, or relating to sulfur, especially in its lower oxidation state.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
sunjōnąProto-Germanicverbto deny a charge, put rightreconstruction
sunjōnąProto-Germanicverbto put oneself in the right, excuse oneselfreconstruction with reflexive pronoun
surnameMiddle Englishnounepithet, nickname
surnameMiddle Englishnounsurname, family name
surnameMiddle Englishnounalias, appellation
swojegoPolishproninflection of swój: / masculine/neuter genitive singulargenitive masculine neuter singular
swojegoPolishproninflection of swój: / personal masculine accusative singularaccusative masculine personal singular
swojegoPolishproninflection of swój: / animate masculine accusative singularaccusative animate masculine singular
synonymousEnglishadjHaving an identical meaning.construed with with not-comparable
synonymousEnglishadjHaving a similar meaning.construed with with not-comparable
synonymousEnglishadjOf, or being a synonym.construed with with not-comparable
synonymousEnglishadjSuch that both its forms yield the same sequenced protein.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciencesnot-comparable of a SNP
syrligSwedishadjhaving a (pleasant, refreshing) slightly sour taste or smell
syrligSwedishadjslightly mean and biting (of a comment or the like)figuratively
sýnilegurIcelandicadjvisible
sýnilegurIcelandicadjobvious
talkaLatviannounjoint workdeclension-4 feminine
talkaLatviannounhelpdeclension-4 feminine
talkaLatviannounassistancedeclension-4 feminine
temperarGalicianverbto mix or combine properly
temperarGalicianverbto tune
temperarGalicianverbto temper
temperarGalicianverbto warm up or to cool down to the desired temperature
teorPortuguesenouncontentmasculine
teorPortuguesenounkind, typemasculine
testamentumLatinnounwill, testamentdeclension-2
testamentumLatinnounTestamentlifestyle religiondeclension-2
trashEnglishnounUseless physical things to be discarded; rubbish; refuse.Canada US countable uncountable
trashEnglishnounA container into which things are discarded.Canada US countable metonymically uncountable
trashEnglishnounSomething worthless or of poor quality.Canada US countable figuratively uncountable
trashEnglishnounA dubious assertion, either for appearing untrue or for being excessively boastful.countable uncountable
trashEnglishnounThe disused stems, leaves, or vines of a crop, sometimes mixed with weeds, which will either be plowed in as green manure or be removed by raking, grazing, or burning.agriculture business lifestyleSouthern US countable uncountable
trashEnglishnounLoose-leaf tobacco of a low grade, with much less commercial value than the principal grades.agriculture business lifestyleuncountable
trashEnglishnounPeople of low social status or class. (See, for example, white trash or Eurotrash.)Canada US countable derogatory slang uncountable
trashEnglishnounA fan who is excessively obsessed with their fandom and its fanworks.lifestyleCanada US humorous slang uncountable
trashEnglishnounTemporary storage on disk for files that the user has deleted, allowing them to be recovered if necessary.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
trashEnglishverbTo discard.US
trashEnglishverbTo make into a mess.US
trashEnglishverbTo beat soundly in a game.US
trashEnglishverbTo treat as trash, or worthless matter; hence, to spurn, humiliate, or disrespect.transitive
trashEnglishverbTo free from trash, or worthless matter; hence, to lop; to crop.
trashEnglishverbTo hold back by a trash or leash, as a dog in pursuing game; hence, to retard, encumber, or restrain; to clog; to hinder vexatiously.
trasnadaGaliciannounmischief, trickfeminine
trasnadaGaliciannounprankfeminine
tritagonistEnglishnounIn Greek drama, the actor who played the third role (after the protagonist and deuteragonist)
tritagonistEnglishnounThe third most important character in a story, after the protagonist and deuteragonist
troimhpeScottish Gaelicpronthrough her
troimhpeScottish Gaelicpronthrough it
trokPolishnounstrapinanimate masculine
trokPolishnounribbon, stringcolloquial inanimate masculine
true northEnglishnounAt a given point, the direction in which the geographic North Pole of the earth lies.geography natural-sciencesuncountable
true northEnglishnounA correct course or right direction.figuratively uncountable
trykkNorwegian Nynorsknounpressureneuter
trykkNorwegian Nynorsknouna print (printed picture etc.)neuter
turhamainenFinnishadjvainglorious (with excessive vanity)
turhamainenFinnishadjconceited (vain and egotistic)
typeEnglishnounA grouping based on shared characteristics; a class.
typeEnglishnounAn individual considered typical of its class, one regarded as typifying a certain profession, environment, etc.
typeEnglishnounAn individual that represents the ideal for its class; an embodiment.
typeEnglishnounA letter or character used for printing, historically a cast or engraved block. / Such types collectively, or a set of type of one font or size.media printing publishinguncountable
typeEnglishnounA letter or character used for printing, historically a cast or engraved block. / Text printed with such type, or imitating its characteristics.media printing publishinguncountable
typeEnglishnounSomething, often a specimen, selected as an objective anchor to connect a scientific name to a taxon; this need not be representative or typical.biology natural-sciences taxonomy
typeEnglishnounPreferred sort of person; sort of person that one is attracted to.
typeEnglishnounA blood group.medicine sciences
typeEnglishnounA word that occurs in a text or corpus irrespective of how many times it occurs, as opposed to a token.
typeEnglishnounAn event or person that prefigures or foreshadows a later event - commonly an Old Testament event linked to Christian times.lifestyle religion theology
typeEnglishnounA tag attached to variables and values used in determining which kinds of value can be used in which situations; a data type.computing computing-theory engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
typeEnglishnounThe original object, or class of objects, scene, face, or conception, which becomes the subject of a copy; especially, the design on the face of a medal or a coin.
typeEnglishnounA simple compound, used as a mode or pattern to which other compounds are conveniently regarded as being related, and from which they may be actually or theoretically derived.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
typeEnglishnounA part of the partition of the object domain of a logical theory (which due to the existence of such partition, would be called a typed theory). (Note: this corresponds to the notion of "data type" in computing theory.)mathematics sciences
typeEnglishnounA symbol, emblem, or example of something.
typeEnglishverbTo put text on paper using a typewriter.
typeEnglishverbTo enter text or commands into a computer using a keyboard.
typeEnglishverbTo determine the blood type of.
typeEnglishverbTo represent by a type, model, or symbol beforehand; to prefigure.
typeEnglishverbTo furnish an expression or copy of; to represent; to typify.
typeEnglishverbTo categorize into types.
typeEnglishadvVery, extremely.not-comparable rare slang
tâuVietnameseverbto report (to the king)archaic historical
tâuVietnameseverbto report (on); to make a report (on something to curry favour)colloquial
týtCzechverbto gain weightarchaic imperfective
týtCzechverbto make use ofarchaic imperfective
tătRomanianadjAlternative form of tot (“all, entire”)Transylvania alt-of alternative masculine neuter
tătRomanianadvAlternative form of totTransylvania alt-of alternative
tătRomanianpronAlternative form of tot (“everything, everyone”)Transylvania alt-of alternative masculine neuter
ufortyfikowaćPolishverbto fortifyperfective transitive
ufortyfikowaćPolishverbto fortify oneselfperfective reflexive with się
ukiCebuanointjOK; okay; agree; alright (Used to indicate acknowledgement or acceptance.)
ukiCebuanonounapproval; endorsement; acceptance; acquiescence
ukiCebuanoadjalright; acceptable; permitted
unrollEnglishverbTo straighten something that has been rolled, twisted or curled.transitive
unrollEnglishverbTo emerge, be revealed or become apparent; to unfold.intransitive
unrollEnglishverbTo replace (a loop in a program) with a repetitive sequence of the individual instructions that the loop would carry out, sometimes used as an optimization.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences software-compilationtransitive
unseatEnglishverbTo dislodge or remove (someone) from a seat, especially on horseback.transitive
unseatEnglishverbTo remove (someone) from an office or position, especially a political one; to dethrone.figuratively transitive
unseatEnglishverbTo cause (something) to be removed or replaced in its role; to displace, to overturn.figuratively transitive
unseatEnglishverbTo upset the composure of (someone); to astound, to shock, to unsettle.figuratively transitive
unseatEnglishverbTo come off or out of a seat.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences technicalintransitive
upright manEnglishnounThe leader of a group of thieves or vagrants.UK archaic
upright manEnglishnounUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see upright, man.
vad fanSwedishphrasewhat the hell, what the fuckcolloquial vulgar
vad fanSwedishphrasewhy the fuck, why the hellcolloquial vulgar
vad fanSwedishphrasewhatever the hell, whatever the fuckcolloquial vulgar
vagabondEnglishnounA person on a trip of indeterminate destination and/or length of time.
vagabondEnglishnounOne who usually wanders from place to place, having no fixed dwelling, or not abiding in it, and usually without the means of honest livelihood.
vagabondEnglishverbTo roam, as a vagabond
vagabondEnglishadjFloating about without any certain direction; driven to and fro.not-comparable
valseNorwegian Nynorsknounalternative form of vals (sense 2)alt-of alternative masculine
valseNorwegian Nynorskverbto roll (with rollers)
valseNorwegian Nynorskverbto waltz (dance a waltz)
vandalizedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of vandalizeform-of participle past
vandalizedEnglishadjDamaged by vandalism.
veifIcelandicnounsmall flagfeminine
veifIcelandicnouna semaphore; (bit, token, fragment of code, or some other mechanism which is used to restrict access to a shared function or device to a single process at a time, or to synchronize and coordinate events in different processes)computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesfeminine
verkneifenGermanverbto refrain from; to suppress; to stifleclass-1 strong transitive with reflexive dative
verkneifenGermanverbto squeeze togetherclass-1 rare strong
vessatorioItalianadjoppressive
vessatorioItalianadjvexatious
vestirsiItalianverbreflexive of vestireform-of reflexive
vestirsiItalianverbto get dressed, dress
vestirsiItalianverbto clothe oneself
vestirsiItalianverbto put on, wear, be dressed, dress, dress up
vidëAlbaniannounfemale pigeon, female dovefeminine
vidëAlbaniannounwoodpigeon (Columba palumbus)Gheg feminine
vidëAlbaniannounsquab, doveletArbëresh feminine
vidëAlbaniannounpretty womanfeminine figuratively
viršusLithuaniannountop
viršusLithuaniannounhead
viršusLithuaniannounupper part
viršusLithuaniannounupper storey
volttiFinnishnounsomersault (act of going head over heels without touching the ground, in any which way)gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
volttiFinnishnounfrontflip (act of doing a single forward somersault on the floor)gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
volttiFinnishnounvoltbusiness electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
volttiFinnishnounvolt, turning aroundequestrianism hobbies horses lifestyle pets sports
väljumaEstoniannounto depart, to leave
väljumaEstoniannounto exit, to go out
väljumaEstoniannounto alight, to disembark, to get off (from vehicle)
výhraCzechnounwinfeminine
výhraCzechnounprizefeminine
věšetCzechverbto hang sthimperfective transitive
věšetCzechverbto hang, to dangleimperfective reflexive with se
wertGermanadjworth something, worthy of somethingwith-accusative
wertGermanadjworthy of someonewith-genitive
wertGermanadjdearformal
winićPolishverbto blame (to place blame upon)imperfective transitive
winićPolishverbto blame oneselfimperfective reflexive with się
work the roomEnglishverbTo interact enthusiastically with the attendees at an event, by moving among them, greeting them, and engaging them in conversation.idiomatic of a host
work the roomEnglishverbTo interact with one's audience, taking cues from its reactions and adapting one's performance or words to elicit the audience's attention and enthusiasm.idiomatic of a performer or public speaker
yinyinYorubanounhail
yinyinYorubanounsnowbroadly
youresMiddle EnglishpronSecond-person plural possessive pronoun: yours (plural).
youresMiddle EnglishpronSecond-person singular possessive pronoun: yours (singular).formal
youresMiddle EnglishpronUsed determinatively with a plural referent: your.
ystumWelshnoungesture, posture, posefeminine masculine
ystumWelshnounform, shapefeminine masculine
ystumWelshnounturning, curve, meanderfeminine masculine
ystumWelshnoungrimacefeminine in-plural masculine
yugtoTagalognounpart (of a series)
yugtoTagalognoundivision or act in a stage play or drama
yugtoTagalognounphase
yuꞌuYosondúa Mixtecnounmouth
yuꞌuYosondúa Mixtecnounlanguage
yuꞌuYosondúa Mixtecnounedge, border
yuꞌuYosondúa Mixtecverbbe afraidintransitive
za górami, za lasamiPolishadvonce upon a time (traditional beginning of children’s stories, especially fairy tales)idiomatic not-comparable
za górami, za lasamiPolishadvsomewhere far awayhumorous idiomatic not-comparable
zamachPolishnounswing (movement of the body before throwing an object)inanimate masculine
zamachPolishnounattack; sabotageinanimate masculine
zompareNeapolitanverbto jump
zompareNeapolitanverbto run around
zompareNeapolitanverbto get out of bed
ztrácetCzechverbto loseimperfective
ztrácetCzechverbto lose, to wasteimperfective
ztrácetCzechverbto be lagging behindimperfective
ztrácetCzechverbto fade away, to wear offimperfective reflexive with se
záštitaCzechnounprotection, safeguard, bulwarkfeminine
záštitaCzechnounsponsorship, patronagefeminine
àraichScottish Gaelicverbbreed, train
àraichScottish Gaelicverbbring up, foster, raise
àraichScottish Gaelicverbbrood
àraichScottish Gaelicverbcherish, nurture, nourish, tend to
äläFinnishverbsecond-person singular imperative present of eiform-of imperative present second-person singular
äläFinnishintjdon't!, stop!
äläFinnishintjwow, really?
äläFinnishintjtell me about it! I know, right?colloquial
äläFinnishintjyou don't say, (oh) really?colloquial sarcastic
élénkHungarianadjlively (full of life)
élénkHungarianadjbright, vivid (color)
önállósítHungarianverbto make independent / self-reliant / self-sufficienttransitive
önállósítHungarianverbto become independent / self-reliant / self-sufficient, to set up on one's own, to stand on one's own two feetas önállósítja magát with definite conjugation
účiCzechnameinflection of úča: ## genitive/dative/locative singular ## nominative/accusative/vocative plural / genitive/dative/locative singulardative form-of genitive locative singular
účiCzechnameinflection of úča: ## genitive/dative/locative singular ## nominative/accusative/vocative plural / nominative/accusative/vocative pluralaccusative form-of nominative plural vocative
čaucaDalmatiannounhen, mother henfeminine
čaucaDalmatiannounmothering womanfeminine figuratively
čovječuljakSerbo-Croatiannounmanlet, manling
čovječuljakSerbo-Croatiannounhomunculus
čovječuljakSerbo-Croatiannounmidget, dwarfderogatory
šamšumAkkadiannounsunmasculine
šamšumAkkadiannounsunlightmasculine
šamšumAkkadiannoundaymasculine
šamšumAkkadiannounsun diskmasculine
šulmumAkkadiannouncompleteness, intact statemasculine
šulmumAkkadiannounwell-being, healthmasculine
šulmumAkkadiannounsafety, peacemasculine
šulmumAkkadiannoungood wishes, greetingmasculine
šulmumAkkadiannouna crease on the sheep's livermasculine
ɓuuɓugolFulaverbto be wet, coldPular intransitive
ɓuuɓugolFulaverbto be dead, to diefiguratively
əyməkAzerbaijaniverbto bend, to curve, crook, bow, tilttransitive
əyməkAzerbaijaniverbto convince to do somethingfiguratively transitive
əyməkAzerbaijaniverbto distortfiguratively transitive
əyməkAzerbaijaniverbto spoil, to ruinfiguratively transitive
ακροάζομαιGreekverbto auscultatemedicine sciences
ακροάζομαιGreekverbto listen
αρκετόςGreekadjenough, sufficient, adequate
αρκετόςGreekadjseveral
καλάρωGreekverbto submerge fishing netsnautical transporttransitive
καλάρωGreekverbto lower sailsnautical transporttransitive
καλάρωGreekverbto set sail in the open seanautical transportintransitive
κερκίςAncient Greeknounweaver's shuttle
κερκίςAncient Greeknounany taper rod, of wood or ivory
κερκίςAncient Greeknounmeasuring rod, gnomon
κερκίςAncient Greeknounrod for stirring liquids
κερκίςAncient Greeknouniron dowel
κερκίςAncient Greeknounwedge shaped division of the seats in the theatrearchitecture
κερκίςAncient Greeknountibiaanatomy medicine sciences
κερκίςAncient Greeknounaspen (Populus tremula)
κερκίςAncient GreeknounJudas tree (Cercis siliquastrum)
κερκίςAncient Greeknounwhite bryony
κόκκοςAncient Greeknoungrain, seed, kernel
κόκκοςAncient GreeknounThe kermes oak (Quercus coccifera)
κόκκοςAncient Greeknouninsects of the genus Kermes, which live on the oak.
κόκκοςAncient GreeknounA scarlet dye made from the crushed bodies of the kermes bugs
κόκκοςAncient Greeknounscarletberry (Solanum dulcamara)
κόκκοςAncient Greeknounthe colour scarlet
κόκκοςAncient Greeknountesticle
κύτοςGreeknounvessel (vase, jug, ewer, urn)
κύτοςGreeknounhold (of ship or aeroplane)
παράAncient Greekprepfromaccusative dative with-genitive
παράAncient Greekprepbecause ofaccusative dative with-genitive
παράAncient Greekprepat, beside, by, nearaccusative dative with-dative with-genitive
παράAncient Greekprepcontrary toaccusative dative with-accusative with-genitive
παράAncient Greekprepbeside, by, near (w/ verbs of coming or going; w/ verbs of past motion; w/ verbs of striking or wounding)accusative dative with-accusative with-genitive
πορφύραAncient Greeknounpurple-fish (Hexaplex trunculus)
πορφύραAncient Greeknouna purple dye obtained from it
πορφύραAncient Greeknouncloths of purplein-plural
πορφύραAncient Greeknounpurple stripe or other adornment of a garment
πρέπειGreekverbto be fit for, to be worthy of, deservepersonal pronoun with-genitive
πρέπειGreekverbto must, have to, oughtsingular singular-only
πύληGreeknoungate, portal
πύληGreeknounportalcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
σανίςAncient Greeknounboard, plank, timber / folding doorsin-plural
σανίςAncient Greeknounboard, plank, timber / wooden platform, scaffold or stage
σανίςAncient Greeknounboard, plank, timber / ship's deck
σανίςAncient Greeknounboard, plank, timber / bench, seat
σανίςAncient Greeknounboard, plank, timber / lid of box
σανίςAncient Greeknounboard, plank, timber / wooden tablets for writing onin-plural
σανίςAncient Greeknounboard, plank, timber / plank to which offenders were bound or nailed
ταμείοGreeknouncash desk, checkout, cashier's desk
ταμείοGreeknounbox office, ticket office
χολήAncient Greeknoungall, bile
χολήAncient Greeknoungall bladderin-plural
χολήAncient Greeknounbitterness, wrath, anger
χολήAncient Greeknoundisgust, aversion
ЕвропаMacedoniannameEurope (a continent)
ЕвропаMacedoniannameEuropa (princess abducted to Crete by Zeus in Greek mythology)human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesGreek
ЕвропаMacedoniannameEuropa (moon of Jupiter)astronomy natural-sciences
азыAbkhazprepfor
азыAbkhazprepto
азыAbkhazprepbecause of
атяErzyanounelder, old man
атяErzyanounhusband
бейнеKazakhnounappearance
бейнеKazakhnountype, figureliterature media publishing
бейнеKazakhnounvideo
бејрутскиMacedonianadjBeirutnot-comparable relational
бејрутскиMacedonianadjBeiruti, Beirutian (Of or relating to Beirut.)not-comparable
бъхтяBulgarianverbto smack, to blow away (somebody/something)colloquial transitive
бъхтяBulgarianverbto do tedious work, to perform tedious task, to walk a long wayintransitive
бъхтяBulgarianverbto slogreflexive with се
высьRussiannounheight
высьRussiannounether, the realms of fancy, the world of fantasyfiguratively
высьRussiannounsummitplural-normally
глибиннийUkrainianadjdepth (attributive)relational
глибиннийUkrainianadjdeep, deep-water (carried out at great depth)
губитиUkrainianverbto lose (cause to cease to be in one's possession or capability due to unfortunate or unknown circumstances, events or reasons)transitive
губитиUkrainianverbto lose, to shed (part with)transitive
губитиUkrainianverbto lose (:some quality or ability)transitive
губитиUkrainianverbto destroytransitive
губитиUkrainianverbto ruintransitive
губитиUkrainianverbto waste (:time)transitive
двоповерховийUkrainianadjtwo-storey
двоповерховийUkrainianadjdouble-decker
жумшакKyrgyzadjsoft
жумшакKyrgyzadjmild
заражатиUkrainianverbto infecttransitive
заражатиUkrainianverbto contaminatetransitive
заслушатьRussianverbto hear out (something spoken publicly)
заслушатьRussianverbto listen to (something) too many timescolloquial
заспокійливийUkrainianadjcalming, soothing
заспокійливийUkrainianadjsedating, sedative, tranquilizingmedicine sciences
зацепкаRussiannounhook, pegcolloquial
зацепкаRussiannounsnag, hitchcolloquial
зацепкаRussiannouninfluence, pullcolloquial
извеждамBulgarianverbto take out, to bring out, to lead away/off
извеждамBulgarianverbto lead, to take
извеждамBulgarianverbto deduce, to draw
извеждамBulgarianverbto derive
израчунатиSerbo-Croatianverbto calculatetransitive
израчунатиSerbo-Croatianverbto estimatetransitive
испарятьсяRussianverbto evaporate, to vaporize, to turn into vapor
испарятьсяRussianverbto disappear, to vanish into thin aircolloquial
испарятьсяRussianverbpassive of испаря́ть (isparjátʹ)form-of passive
использовавRussianverbshort past adverbial imperfective participle of испо́льзовать (ispólʹzovatʹ): having usedadverbial form-of imperfective participle past short-form
использовавRussianverbshort past adverbial perfective participle of испо́льзовать (ispólʹzovatʹ)adverbial form-of participle past perfective short-form
колядаUkrainiannounkoliada, a Christmas folk tradition, common in Ukraine, featuring people going around singing Christmas carols and receiving gifts / a carol sung as a part of this traditionuncountable
колядаUkrainiannounkoliada, a Christmas folk tradition, common in Ukraine, featuring people going around singing Christmas carols and receiving gifts / a gift received as a part of this traditionuncountable
кондензаторSerbo-Croatiannouncondenser
кондензаторSerbo-Croatiannouncapacitorbusiness electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
көлденеңKazakhadjtransverse, crosswise, horizontal
көлденеңKazakhadjunexpected, unforeseenfiguratively
объявитьсяRussianverbto turn up, to show up, to appearcolloquial
объявитьсяRussianverbpassive of объяви́ть (obʺjavítʹ)form-of passive
оправитьсяRussianverbto recover, to pick up
оправитьсяRussianverbto put in order
оправитьсяRussianverbto ease oneself, to do the deedcolloquial
оправитьсяRussianverbpassive of опра́вить (oprávitʹ)form-of passive
опчїйOld Ruthenianadjforeign, aliennot-comparable
опчїйOld Ruthenianadjcoming from an unrelated party; neutralnot-comparable
опчїйOld Ruthenianadjcommonnot-comparable rare
опчїйOld Rutheniannounforeigner, outsider
оттукBulgarianadvfrom herenot-comparable
оттукBulgarianadvthrough herenot-comparable
оттукBulgarianadvhencenot-comparable
покрытьсяRussianverbto cover oneself, to get covered
покрытьсяRussianverbto be covered (with)
покрытьсяRussianverbpassive of покры́ть (pokrýtʹ)form-of passive
поспоритьRussianverbto dispute, to argue (for some time)
поспоритьRussianverbto discuss, to debate (for some time)
поспоритьRussianverbto bet, to wager
прикидыватьRussianverbto estimate, to make a rough calculation, to ballparkcolloquial
прикидыватьRussianverbto gauge, to size up, to weigh upcolloquial
прикидыватьRussianverbto try oncolloquial
прикидыватьRussianverbto throw in, to addcolloquial
разпределениеBulgariannoundistribution, allocation
разпределениеBulgariannounlayout
разрыватьRussianverbto rend, to sever
разрыватьRussianverbto dig, to excavate
разрыватьRussianverbto jumble
связыватьRussianverbto tie together, to bind
связыватьRussianverbto connect, to join
силаSerbo-Croatiannounforce
силаSerbo-Croatiannounstrength
силаSerbo-Croatiannounpower
силаSerbo-Croatiannounviolence
срубатьRussianverbto fell, to cut down
срубатьRussianverbto build (of logs)
теплушкаRussiannounheated boxcar (used to carry people)colloquial
теплушкаRussiannounwarm room functioning as a temporary shelterdated
түзуKazakhadjstraight
түзуKazakhadjright, correct
түзуKazakhadjrighteous, upright
удивительноRussianadvextremely
удивительноRussianadvastonishingly, surprisingly
удивительноRussianadjshort neuter singular of удиви́тельный (udivítelʹnyj)form-of neuter short-form singular
утруднитиUkrainianverbto make difficult, to hamper, to hinder, to encumbertransitive
утруднитиUkrainianverbto give/cause trouble (to), to make difficulties (for)colloquial transitive
хворостRussiannounbrushwood
хворостRussiannounstraws, twiglets (pastry)cooking food lifestyle
хмурыйRussianadjgloomy, sullen (affected with, or expressing, gloom; melancholy)
хмурыйRussianadjcloudy, overcast, dull
хэгъэкӏынAdygheverbto allow/force someone to leave from a grouptransitive
хэгъэкӏынAdygheverbto decrease, to lower (amount)transitive
хяргахMongolianverbto cut (hair)
хяргахMongolianverbto shear (wool)
хяргахMongolianverbto clip (vegetation)
шиыршықKazakhnounroll
шиыршықKazakhnountwist
шиыршықKazakhnounspiralgeometry mathematics sciences
штрихRussiannounstroke, hatch, hachures, dash
штрихRussiannountrait, feature, detail
џабаSerbo-Croatianadvfree, for free, gratisregional
џабаSerbo-Croatianadvcheap, inexpensive, affordableregional
џабаSerbo-Croatianadvin vain, futileregional
џабаSerbo-Croatianadvindeed, reallyemphatic intensifier regional
џабеSerbo-Croatianadvfree, for free, gratisregional
џабеSerbo-Croatianadvcheap, inexpensive, affordableregional
џабеSerbo-Croatianadvin vain, futileregional
џабеSerbo-Croatianadvindeed, reallyemphatic intensifier regional
արժանArmenianadjworthy, proper, fitting
արժանArmenianadjcheapdated
իմաստArmeniannounsense, meaning
իմաստArmeniannounpurport; point
իմաստArmeniannounpoint, sense
ծոցOld Armeniannounbosom, lap
ծոցOld Armeniannouncavity, hollow
կոչեցյալArmenianadjso-calledderogatory
կոչեցյալArmenianadjcalled, invitedarchaic
կրծեմOld Armenianverbto gnaw, to nibbletransitive
կրծեմOld Armenianverbto corrode, to cankertransitive
կրծեմOld Armenianverbto eat, to consume, to destroytransitive
կրծեմOld Armenianverbto take or carry away by force (e.g. territories)transitive
հիմարությունArmeniannounstupidity, foolishness (quality of being stupid)
հիմարությունArmeniannounstupidity, foolishness (act that is stupid)
սարքArmeniannoundevice, equipment
սարքArmeniannounoutfit
սովորեցնելArmenianverbcausative of սովորել (sovorel)causative form-of
սովորեցնելArmenianverbto accustom, habituatetransitive
սովորեցնելArmenianverbto teach; to traintransitive
քայլOld Armeniannounpace, step, stride
քայլOld Armeniannouna kind of measure of length
אויסרײַסןYiddishverbto tear away
אויסרײַסןYiddishverbto tear out, pull out (a tooth)
אויסרײַסןYiddishverb(with ווערן (vern)) to suffer / to sufferwith ווערן (vern)
צייכענעןYiddishverbdraw
צייכענעןYiddishverbillustrate
أيArabicpronwhich ...? what ...? what kind of ...? (followed by a noun in the genitive or a personal suffix)
أيArabicpronwhichever
أيArabicpronany
أيArabicconjthat is to say, namely, i.e.
ابتداPersiannounbeginning
ابتداPersianadvfirstly, first
استقامتOttoman Turkishnoundirection, alignment
استقامتOttoman Turkishnounintegrity, rectitude
ب ل دArabicrootRelated to stupiditymorpheme
ب ل دArabicrootRelated to habitsmorpheme
دخلArabicverbto enter, go in, come in
دخلArabicverbto penetrate, to pierce
دخلArabicverbto befall, to seize
دخلArabicverbto take up (a profession, etc.), to start
دخلArabicverbto drop in on, to come to see, to call on
دخلArabicverb(construed with عَلَى (ʕalā) or بِـ (bi-)) to consummate the marriage, to cohabit, to sleep with / to consummate the marriage, to cohabit, to sleep withconstrued with عَلَى (ʕalā) or بِـ (bi-)
دخلArabicverbto convert to (a religion or faith) (فِي (fī))
دخلArabicverbto make enter, to bring in, to let in
دخلArabicverbto enter, to insert, to include
دخلArabicnounincome
دخلArabicnounrevenues, receipts, returns
دخلArabicnouninterference, intervention
دخلArabicnoundoubt, misgiving
دخلArabicnoundisturbance, imbalance, derangement, disorder, mental defect
دخلArabicnoundefect, infirmity
ديرةGulf Arabicnounplace: a city, country, state, any place with shared culture, values, design, lifestyle etc.
ديرةGulf Arabicnoun(with the definite article الديرة) Kuwait CityKuwait
سفارشPersiannounrecommendation
سفارشPersiannounorder (of a product or service)
فيهHijazi Arabicdetthere is
فيهHijazi Arabicdetin him, with him
كاتبOttoman Turkishnounsecretary, especially in a government office
كاتبOttoman Turkishnounclerk
كاتبOttoman Turkishnounwriter
ميلادArabicnounbirth
ميلادArabicnountime of birth, nativity
ميلادArabicnounbirthday
ميلادArabicnounage classes, age groupsin-plural
ميلادArabicnounChristmas, abbreviation of عِيد الْمِيلَاد (ʕīd al-mīlād).
نافذةArabicnounopening in a wall, air hole
نافذةArabicnounwindow
نافذةArabicnounwindowcomputing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
نهارArabicnoundaytime, dayuncountable
نهارArabicnounchick of a bustard (حُبَارَى (ḥubārā)), curlew (كَرَوَان (karawān)), sandgrouse (قَطًا (qaṭan)) and/or owl (بُوم (būm))countable obsolete
نهارArabicnouncock of a bustard or owlcountable obsolete
پادزهرPersiannounbezoar
پادزهرPersiannounantidote
کشفUrdunounopening
کشفUrdunoundeclaration
کشفUrdunounmanifestation
کشفUrdunoundisclosure
کشفUrdunounapocalypse
کشفUrdunounrevelation
کشفUrdunoundiscovery
کشفUrdunountortoise
گھرناUrdunounhatred, disgust
گھرناUrdunounaversion, scorn, loathing
گھرناUrdunoundisdain, abhorrence, repulsion
یونجهOttoman Turkishnounclover, any leguminous plant of the genus Trifolium
یونجهOttoman Turkishnounalfalfa, lucerne, any plant of the species Medicago sativa
ܠܓܬܐClassical Syriacnounplate, dish; basin, vessel
ܠܓܬܐClassical Syriacnounfurrow, seedbed, flowerbed, parterre
ܠܓܬܐClassical Syriacnounridge
ܡܘܬܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnoundeath (the cessation of life and all associated processes)
ܡܘܬܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnouna death
ܡܘܬܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounway of dying, cause of death
ܥ ܠ ܡAssyrian Neo-Aramaicrootforming words pertaining to the world, eternitymorpheme
ܥ ܠ ܡAssyrian Neo-Aramaicrootforming words pertaining to youthmorpheme
ܥ ܠ ܡAssyrian Neo-Aramaicrootforming words pertaining to training, learningmorpheme
ܬܪܥܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnoundoor, gate
ܬܪܥܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounentrance, ingress
ܬܪܥܐAssyrian Neo-Aramaicnounopening, outlet, vent
आरामHindinounsensual pleasure, delight, bliss
आरामHindinounplace of delight, garden, grove
आरामHindinounrest; leisure
आरामHindinouncomfort
आरामHindinounlaze
गल्तीNepalinounmistake
गल्तीNepalinounerror, fault
पकडणेMarathiverbto catch, grab
पकडणेMarathiverbto hold
मण्डलPalinouncircleneuter
मण्डलPalinoundiscneuter
मण्डलPalinounround platformneuter
मण्डलPalinouncircus ringneuter
मण्डलPalinounround flat surfaceneuter
शुरुआतHindinounbeginning, commencement
शुरुआतHindinounopening
शुरुआतHindinounstarter, appetizers
शुष्कSanskritadjdried, dried up, dry, arid, parched, shrivelled, emaciated, shrunk, withered
शुष्कSanskritadjuseless, fruitless, groundless, vain, unprofitable, empty
शुष्कSanskritadjmere, simple
सदस्यHindinounmember
सदस्यHindinounuserInternet
स्कन्धSanskritnounshoulder, torso
स्कन्धSanskritnountree trunk
स्कन्धSanskritnounlarge branch or bough
स्कन्धSanskritnounmultitude, quantity, aggregate
स्कन्धSanskritnounpart, division (especially of a military array)
स्कन्धSanskritnounchapter, section (of a book)
स्कन्धSanskritnountract, path (especially of the winds)
स्कन्धSanskritnounthe five objects of sensehuman-sciences philosophy sciences
स्कन्धSanskritnounAny of the five attributes that constitute the sentient being; aggregate, skandhaBuddhism lifestyle religion
स्कन्धSanskritnounbody
स्कन्धSanskritnounking, prince
स्कन्धSanskritnounsage, teacher
स्कन्धSanskritnounwar, battle
स्कन्धSanskritnounany article used at a coronation of a king
ওলমাAssameseadjhanging
ওলমাAssameseverbto hang, be suspendedintransitive
কিনইন্যাBengalinounbuyer, customer
কিনইন্যাBengaliadjbuying
বাজাBengaliverbto ring, to sound
বাজাBengaliverbto strikeindicating time
বাজাBengaliverb(music) to playintransitive
মমিসিংগাBengaliadjOf or relating to Mymensingh.Vaṅga
মমিসিংগাBengalinounA Mymensinghia; a native or resident of Mymensingh.Vaṅga
সমাইন্যাBengaliadjpeer, of equal rank or age
সমাইন্যাBengaliadjequal
ਕਸਾਈPunjabinounbutcher
ਕਸਾਈPunjabinounmerciless personfiguratively
ਕਸਾਈPunjabinounAlternative form of ਕਸਵਾਈ (kasvāī)alt-of alternative
ਜੁਆਲਾਮੁਖੀPunjabinounvolcanic fire or eruption
ਜੁਆਲਾਮੁਖੀPunjabinounvolcano
ਫੱਟPunjabinounboard, plank
ਫੱਟPunjabinouncut, sword wound
ਲੱਖਣPunjabinouncharacteristic, property, trait, attribute
ਲੱਖਣPunjabinounsymptom, sign, indication
ਲੱਖਣPunjabinounportent, omen
ரமலான்TamilnameEid ul-Fitr (religious celebration)
ரமலான்TamilnameRamadan; the ninth month of the Islamic calendar
வங்கியம்Tamilnounbamboo
வங்கியம்Tamilnounreed pipe, a type of hautboy
ఆస్ట్రేలియాTelugunameAustralia (a country and island in Oceania) # (geology) Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands) / Australia (a country and island in Oceania)
ఆస్ట్రేలియాTelugunameAustralia (a country and island in Oceania) # (geology) Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands) / Australia (a continent consisting of the islands of Australia, New Guinea and intervening islands)geography geology natural-sciences
చుట్టుTelugunounA turn, a round, a circuit, a circumference.
చుట్టుTelugunounA turner.
చుట్టుTelugunounA toe ring
చుట్టుTeluguverbTo go about, to go round.
చుట్టుTeluguverbTo roll, wrap up, to wind up, to encircle or clasp in an embrace.
చుట్టుTeluguverbTo surround.
చుట్టుTeluguverbTo draw a circle.
ഇരുൾMalayalamnoundarkness
ഇരുൾMalayalamnounnight
කාරයතිPaliverbAlternative form of කාරෙති (kāreti) and Sinhala script form of kārayati, which is a causative of කරොති (karoti, “to do”) and should be seen for further information.alt-of alternative conjugation-7
කාරයතිPaliadjSinhala script form of kārayati, which is masculine/neuter locative singular of කාරයන්ත් (kārayant), present participle of the verb
ලුණුSinhalesenounsalt
ලුණුSinhalesenounsaline taste
กระจายThaiverbto circulate; to disseminate; to distribute; to propagate; to spread.
กระจายThaiverbto dissipate; to disperse; to scatter.
ช้างม้าวัวควายThainounbeast of burden.idiomatic
ช้างม้าวัวควายThainounlarge animal.figuratively
หมากรุกThainounmakruk
หมากรุกThainounchess
โมฆะThaiadjinvalid; void.law
โมฆะThaiadjfruitless; nonproductive; unprofitable; useless; worthless; good for nothing.formal
ນ້ຳມັນLaonounoil (petroleum or comestible).
ນ້ຳມັນLaonoungasoline.
ལམTibetannounpath, way
ལམTibetannounmethodlifestyle religion
တပ်ခွဲတပ်ကြပ်ကြီးBurmesenouncompany great sergeantgovernment military politics warMyanmar
တပ်ခွဲတပ်ကြပ်ကြီးBurmesenounstaff sergeantgovernment military politics war
ნათელიGeorgianadjlighted, light
ნათელიGeorgianadjobvious, blatantfiguratively
ციციLaznounbreast, tit / breast of man and all mammals of all sexes and ageschildish
ციციLaznounbreast, tit / The lactating breast and milk of the adult woman
ციციLaznounbreast, tit / The breast of children and all animal offspringin conversation between elders
ციციLaznounbreast, tit / Male breast, Man titin conversation between elders
ჯარიGeorgiannounarmy, host (military force, not necessarily the armed forces of a nation)
ჯარიGeorgiannounarmy, host (military force, not necessarily the armed forces of a nation) / # (military) army (armed forces of a nation) / army (armed forces of a nation)government military politics war
ჯარიGeorgiannountroop (military unit)government military politics warin-plural
ᖃᐅᔨᒪᔭᑐᖃᖏᑦInuktitutnountraditional knowledge
ᖃᐅᔨᒪᔭᑐᖃᖏᑦInuktitutnounInuit traditional knowledge
ᠶᠠᠪᡠᠮᠪᡳManchuverbto go
ᠶᠠᠪᡠᠮᠪᡳManchuverbto handle affairs; to deal with things
ᠶᠠᠪᡠᠮᠪᡳManchuverbto execute; to carry out; to enforce
ᠶᠠᠪᡠᠮᠪᡳManchuverbto employ; to hire
ἀτάλλωAncient Greekverbto skip in childish glee, gambol, frolic
ἀτάλλωAncient Greekverbto bring up a child, foster, rearactive
ἀτάλλωAncient Greekverbto grow up, wax
のぞむJapaneseverb望む: to wish, to hope, to want, to desire
のぞむJapaneseverb望む: to expect someone to do something, to hope something from someone
のぞむJapaneseverb望む: to see from far away, to command a view
のぞむJapaneseverb臨む: physically face, look out upon
のぞむJapaneseverb臨む: face, approach with a certain mental state or attitude
のぞむJapaneseverb臨む: face a situation
のぞむJapaneseverb臨む: take part in; participate
コモロJapanesenameComoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa) # Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte) / Comoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa)
コモロJapanesenameComoros (A country and group of islands in the Indian Ocean off the coast of East Africa) # Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte) / Comoros (an archipelago consisting of the Union of the Comoros and the French overseas department of Mayotte)
井田ChinesenounAlternative name for 井田制度 (jǐngtián zhìdù, “well-field system (system for land distribution in ancient China)”).alt-of alternative historical name
井田Chinesenounfarmland; fieldsfiguratively
Chinesecharacteralso; too; likewise; stillformal
Chinesecharacteronly; justformal
Chinesecharacteralreadyformal
Chinesecharacteralthoughformal
ChinesecharacteragainSuzhou
Chinesecharactera surname: Yi
Chinesecharactermeaningless particle
何方Japanesepronwhich way?
何方Japanesepronwhich one? (of two alternatives)
何方Japanesepronwho?honorific
何方Japanesepronindefinite interrogative directional pronoun; which direction, where
何方Japanesepronwhich direction
何方Japanesepronwho
佛陀ChinesenameBuddha
佛陀ChinesenameEnlightenment
依公Chinesenounpaternal grandfather (one's father's father)Min-Dong
依公Chinesenounterm of address for an elderly manMin-Dong
偕行Chineseverbto coexistliterary
偕行Chineseverbto travel togetherliterary
備胎Chinesenounspare tyreliterally
備胎Chinesenounpossible replacement for one's current partner; back-up; fall-back; plan B partnerfiguratively
入室Chineseverbto enter someone's house or room
入室Chineseverbto gain mastery offiguratively
冷風Chinesenounchilly wind
冷風Chinesenounrumorfiguratively
勉強Japanesenounstudying, studies, study
勉強Japaneseverbto study
勉強Japaneseverbto discount, to reduce the price of something
Chinesecharacterto blow; to puff
Chinesecharacterto blowof wind
Chinesecharacterto blow / to hit; to strikeof typhoon of wind
Chinesecharacterto blow; to play a wind instrument
Chinesecharacterto brag; to boastcolloquial
Chinesecharacterto drink alcoholic beverages directly from a bottlecolloquial
Chinesecharacterto fall through; (of relationship) to break downcolloquial of a plan
ChinesecharacterShort for 吹水.Cantonese abbreviation alt-of
ChinesecharacterShort for 吹脹/吹胀 (ceoi¹ zoeng³).Cantonese abbreviation alt-of
Chinesecharacterto likeACG video-games
ChinesecharacterMisspelling of 催 (cuī, “to urge”).alt-of misspelling
Chinesecharacter^⁜ wind instruments; music performed with wind instruments
Chinesecharacterwindliterary
命ずるJapaneseverbcommand
命ずるJapaneseverbappoint
命ずるJapaneseverbname, give a name
唱雙簧Chineseverbto perform shuanghuang (a two-man comic show)
唱雙簧Chineseverbto collaborate with each other; to scheme and put on a show together, often to cover up or deceive othersderogatory figuratively of two parties often
國色Chinesenounmost beautiful woman of a country; national beauty
國色Chinesenounpeony
Chinesecharacterearth; soil
Chinesecharacterdustdialectal
Chinesecharacterland
Chinesecharactercrude opium
Chinesecharacterhometown; native place
Chinesecharacterlocal; native; indigenous
Chinesecharacterrustic; unsophisticated; uncouth; vulgar; tasteless; uncultured
Chinesecharacterindigenous; traditional and used by the common people
Chinesecharacterthe Tu ethnic group; Monguor people; White Mongol
ChinesecharacterShort for 土耳其 (Tǔ'ěrqí, “Turkey”).abbreviation alt-of
Chinesecharactera surname
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 杜 (dù, “root”)alt-of alternative obsolete
ChinesecharacterAn ancient riverobsolete
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 土苴 (chǎzhǎ).obsolete
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 土門/土门 (Túmén).
土生仔Chinesenounperson of mixed raceXiamen Zhangzhou-Hokkien
土生仔Chinesenounhybrid of a poisonous and nonpoisonous snake (said to be very poisonous)Zhangzhou-Hokkien colloquial
Chinesecharacter^⁜ mold
Chinesecharactermodel; type; style; pattern
Chinesecharacterstylish; coolCantonese
奴婢Chinesenounservants and maid-servants (as a combined category)archaic literary
奴婢ChinesenounI; your humble servant (term of self-address used by servants, maid-servants and eunuchs when addressing the emperor, ministers, concubines, etc.)archaic literary
Chinesecharacterto amuse; to entertain
Chinesecharacteramusing; entertaining
Chinesecharacteramusement; enjoyment; pleasure
Chinesecharacterentertainment
小白鼠Chinesenounlaboratory rat; lab rat
小白鼠Chinesenounlab rat; guinea pig (subject of an experiment or test)figuratively
履歷Chinesenounpersonal experiences; antecedents
履歷Chinesenouncurriculum vitae; resume
履歷Chineseverbto walk to; to go toliterary
履歷Chineseverbto go through; to experience; to undergoliterary
Chinesecharacterlabour; work (Classifier: 份 c)
Chinesecharacterwork; job; profession (Classifier: 份 c)dialectal regional
Chinesecharacterworking day; daytime; a day (24 hours)Min-Bei Min-Dong Min-Nan
Chinesecharacterworker; labourer
Chinesecharacterman-day
Chinesecharacterconstruction
Chinesecharacterindustry
Chinesecharacterengineer
Chinesecharacterskill; technique
Chinesecharacterto be good at; to be skilled in
Chinesecharacterdelicate; exquisite; fine
ChinesecharacterKunqu gongche notation for the note mi (3).entertainment lifestyle music
ChinesecharacterCantonese opera gongche notation for the note mi (3).entertainment lifestyle music
巫女JapanesenounAn unmarried woman who serves at a Shintō shrine, helping to receive visitors and performing 神楽 (kagura) dances at ceremonies, among other responsibilities. A shrine maid.
巫女JapanesenounAn unmarried woman who serves a deity as a medium to convey oracles.
巫女JapanesenounAn unmarried woman who serves a deity as a medium to convey oracles.
打炮Chineseverbto fire a cannon; to shoot off a gun; to launch a flare
打炮Chineseverbto set off a firecracker
打炮Chineseverbto make one's stage debutdated
打炮Chineseverbto jerk off; to masturbateslang
打炮Chineseverbto have casual sex; to have sex with a fuck buddyslang
打炮Chineseverbto consort with prostitutes; to solicit prostitutesslang
Chinesecharacterto smooth; to brush
Chinesecharacterto purse; to pucker
Chinesecharacterto sip
Chinesecharacterbrush (tool)Hokkien
Chinesecharacterto brushHokkien
招惹Chineseverbto provoke; to incur
招惹Chineseverbto tease; to kid; to poke fun at
撥音Japanesenouna moraic nasal (usually phonologically noted as /N/, variously realized as [m], [n], [ŋ], [ɴ] or a nasalized vowel, bearing one mora as the coda of a syllable)human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesJapanese
撥音Japanesenounthe kana ん/ン (n) used to spell a moraic nasalcommunications journalism literature media orthography publishing writingJapanese
撥音Japanesenounthe sound made when playing an instrument with a pick or a drumstick
文言文ChinesenounClassical Chinese
文言文ChinesenounClassical Chinese texts
春雨Chinesenounspring rainliterally
春雨Chinesenoungift from above; favour bestowed by a superiorfiguratively literary
智力Chinesenounintellect; intelligence
智力Chinesenounpower and resourcefulnessarchaic
Japanesecharactergrade-2-kanji kanji no-gloss
Japanesenounthe east (compass point)
Japanesenounthe Orient
Japanesenounan easterly (wind blowing from the east)
Japanesenounhigher-ranked wrestlers listed on the right of a banzukegovernment hobbies lifestyle martial-arts military politics sports sumo war wrestling
Japanesenounan Eastern Bloc country
JapanesenounKamakura and/or Edo, as opposed to Kyoto and Osakahistorical regional
Japanesenamea historical red-light district in Edo located east of Edo Castle, today in Fukagawa, Kōtō, Tokyo prefectureentertainment lifestyle theater
JapanesenameShort for 東本願寺 (Higashi Hongan-ji): a Buddhist temple in Shimogyō, Kyoto, JapanBuddhism lifestyle religionabbreviation alt-of
JapanesenameHigashi (multiple places throughout Japan, especially referring to a ward in Okayama, Kumamoto, Sakai, Sapporo, Nagoya, Niigata, Hamamatsu, Hiroshima and Fukuoka)
JapanesenameA former ward of Osaka, Japan
Japanesenamea surname
Japanesenounthe eastobsolete
Japanesenounthe eastarchaic
Japanesenounthe lands east of the 都 (miyako, “imperial capital”)archaic
Japanesenounduring the Kamakura and Muromachi periods, the Kamakura region or its titular 幕府 (bakufu, “shogunate”), as opposed to the imperial capital of Kyotohistorical regional
Japanesenounduring the Edo period, the region around Edohistorical regional
JapanesenounShort for 東つ (azumatsu): / Short for 東つ (azumatsu)abbreviation alt-of
JapanesenounShort for 東琴 (azumagoto): a six-stringed Japanese zitherabbreviation alt-of
JapanesenounShort for 東下駄 (azumageta): / Short for 東下駄 (azumageta)abbreviation alt-of
Japanesenamea placename
Japanesenamea female given name
Japanesenamea surname
JapanesenameShort for 関東 (Kantō):: the Kantō region of Japanabbreviation alt-of
JapanesenameShort for 東国 (Tōgoku): a historical administrative division of Japan, corresponding to the modern Kantō and Tōkai regionsabbreviation alt-of
JapanesenameShort for 東京 (Tōkyō): Tokyoabbreviation alt-of
Japanesenamea surname
Japanesenounentertainment lifestyle musicempty-gloss no-gloss
Japaneseaffixeast
Japanesenouneast wind (mahjong tile)board-games games mahjong
Japanesenouna 役 (yaku, “winning hand”) with a triplet or quad of east wind tiles; depending on wind round and player's seat wind, it is worth either 1 or 2 翻 (han, “doubles”)board-games games mahjong
Japanesenamea surname
Japanesenamea surname
Japanesenamea male given name
Japanesenamea male given name
Japanesenamea surname
Japanesenamea male given name
槓子Chinesenounthick bar
槓子Chinesenounthick line
槓子Chinesenounkong; four-of-a-kindboard-games games mahjong
Chinesecharactermoney (of certain kind)
Chinesecharactermodel, type
Chinesecharactersignature
Chinesecharactersubsection; subparagraph; subclause (in bills)law
Chinesecharacterappearance; beingCantonese Min-Nan
ChinesecharacterClassifier for varieties: kind; sort; type ⇒ all nouns using this classifierHokkien
歸納Chineseverbto induce (from a set of facts); to conclude
歸納Chineseverbto summarize; to sum up
消釋Chineseverbto melt; to dissolveliterary
消釋Chineseverbto dispel; to dissolve; to remove; to iron out; to clear upfiguratively
Chinesecharactermuddy
Chinesecharacterthick, muddy water
Chinesecharactercauterize
Chinesecharacterto scorch
Chinesecharacterto make pottery
Chinesecharacterpotter's wheel
Chinesecharacterto examine; to distinguish; to select the best
Chinesecharactera surname
疑惑Chineseverbto feel perplexed; to not understand
疑惑Chineseverbto feel uncertain; to not be convinced
疑惑Chinesenounpuzzlement; question
疑惑Chinesenounsuspicion; doubt; misgivings
白兔Chinesenounwhite rabbit (Classifier: 隻/只 m c)
白兔Chinesenounmoonfiguratively literary
白兔Chinesenoundeserted wifefiguratively literary
Chinesecharacterappearance of piles of rocks
Chinesecharacterto pile upobsolete
Chinesecharacterlarge; tallobsolete
ChinesecharacterOnly used in 磊口.
Chinesecharacterhole
Chinesecharactergrave (pit)
Chinesecharactercave; cavern
Chinesecharacterden; nest; lairfiguratively
Chinesecharacteracupointmedicine sciencesChinese traditional
Chinesecharacterto swarm; to crowd together; to cluster
Chinesecharactercluster; pile
ChinesecharacterClassifier for bunched objects: cluster; bundle; bunch
Chinesecharactercompletely
索然ChineseadjcryingClassical-Chinese
索然ChineseadjscatteredClassical-Chinese
索然Chineseadjdull; uninteresting; insipidliterary
聰明Chineseadjclever; intelligent; smart; bright
聰明Chineseadjsharp; keen; perceptivearchaic of hearing and vision
花心Chinesenoununfaithfulness; fickle mind
花心Chineseadjhaving a roving eye; promiscuous; fickle in love affairs
花心Chineseadjwithered due to lost moisture (of root crops)Cantonese Guangzhou
花心Chinesenouncentre of a flower; stamens and gynoeciumcolloquial
華北ChinesenameNorth China (a region of China; consisting of Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shanxi, and Inner Mongolia)
華北Chinesename(historical) North China (a former greater administrative region of China from 1949 to 1954, consisting of Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, Shanxi, Chahar, Pingyuan and Suiyuan)
ChinesecharacterUsed in 薜荔 (bìlì) and 薜羅/薜罗.
Chinesecharacter^‡ type of grass / type of grasshistorical obsolete
Chinesecharactera surname.
ChinesecharacterAngelica sinensis (type of medicinal herb)
Chinesecharactermountain hemp (Ribes manshuricum)
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 劈 (“to rupture”)alt-of alternative
Chinesecharacter^‡ type of aquatic plant / type of aquatic planthistorical obsolete
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 僻 (“remote; secluded”)alt-of alternative
負荷Chinesenounload; workload
負荷Chineseverbto bear; to shoulder
負荷Chineseverbto carry on one's father's business
越すJapaneseverbto cross, go over
越すJapaneseverbto pass time
越すJapaneseverbto move house
越すJapaneseverbto exceed, surpass
趕得及Chineseverbto (be able to) make it; to do something on time
趕得及Chineseverbthere's still time
路徑Chinesenounpath; route (Classifier: 條/条 m)countable literally
路徑Chinesenounmethod; way; means; pathwayfiguratively
路徑Chinesenounroutingcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
退堂Chineseverbto dismiss a courthistorical
退堂Chineseverbto leave the court after hearing a casehistorical
Chinesecharacterpommel; guard (often round and with holes)historical
Chinesecharacterdagger; small swordhistorical
Chinesecharactera surname
門生Chinesenounstudent; disciple; pupil; followerliterary
門生Chinesenounyour student; I; me (especially used before the chief examiner by a successful candidate in the imperial examination)dated
Chinesecharactershort moment of time
Chinesecharacterformation
ChinesecharacterClassifier for short periods of an event.
Chinesecharactercolumn, row or file of troopsgovernment military politics war
Chinesecharacterbeam; crossbeam (Classifier: 條/条 c)Cantonese
Chinesecharacterwheelbasetransport vehiclesCantonese
ChinesecharacterAlternative form of 𠹻 (zam6, “classifier for smells”)Cantonese alt-of alternative
電門Chinesenounswitch (device for controlling supply of electricity)
電門Chinesenounaccelerator of an electric vehicle
飛象過河Chinesephraseto move one's elephant across the river (a move that is against the rules of xiangqi)board-games games xiangqiidiomatic
飛象過河Chinesephraseto be unreasonableidiomatic
飛象過河Chinesephraseto get food from the far side of a dishCantonese idiomatic
鳥仔Chinesenounbirddialectal
鳥仔Chinesenounlittle birdGan Hainanese Leizhou-Min Min-Dong Pingxiang
鳥仔Chinesenounpenis; male genitaliaMin-Nan figuratively
麵頭Chinesenounleavening doughMandarin dialectal
麵頭ChinesenounChinese steamed bun (without filling); mantouKinmen-Hokkien Quanzhou Xiamen
麵頭Chinesenounmantou used during the hundredth day commemoration of one's parent's deathHokkien
麵頭ChinesenounbreadHokkien Philippines archaic in Cantonese
번뇌KoreannounkleshaBuddhism lifestyle religionHinduism
번뇌Koreannounanguish, agony
Jejunounolder brother (of a male)
Jejunounolder sister (of a male)
𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐍄𐌰𐌽𐌰Gothicverbinflection of 𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐍄𐌰𐌽𐍃 (aflētans), the past participle of 𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐍄𐌰𐌽 (aflētan): ## strong nominative/accusative feminine singular ## strong nominative/accusative neuter plural ## weak nominative masculine singular / strong nominative/accusative feminine singularaccusative feminine form-of nominative participle singular strong
𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐍄𐌰𐌽𐌰Gothicverbinflection of 𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐍄𐌰𐌽𐍃 (aflētans), the past participle of 𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐍄𐌰𐌽 (aflētan): ## strong nominative/accusative feminine singular ## strong nominative/accusative neuter plural ## weak nominative masculine singular / strong nominative/accusative neuter pluralaccusative form-of neuter nominative participle plural strong
𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐍄𐌰𐌽𐌰Gothicverbinflection of 𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐍄𐌰𐌽𐍃 (aflētans), the past participle of 𐌰𐍆𐌻𐌴𐍄𐌰𐌽 (aflētan): ## strong nominative/accusative feminine singular ## strong nominative/accusative neuter plural ## weak nominative masculine singular / weak nominative masculine singularform-of masculine nominative participle singular weak
𐌰𐍆𐍈𐌰𐍀𐌽𐌰𐌽Gothicverbto be choked
𐌰𐍆𐍈𐌰𐍀𐌽𐌰𐌽Gothicverbto be quenched (of a fire)
𐌽𐌰𐌼𐍉Gothicnounname (word or phrase indicating a particular person, place, class or thing)
𐌽𐌰𐌼𐍉Gothicnounname (authority)
(accounting) an entry (or account) that cancels another entrycontraEnglishprepagainst; contrary or opposed to; in opposition or contrast to
(accounting) an entry (or account) that cancels another entrycontraEnglishadvcontrary to something
(accounting) an entry (or account) that cancels another entrycontraEnglishnounA deal to swap goods or services.business
(accounting) an entry (or account) that cancels another entrycontraEnglishnounA conservative; originally tied to Nicaraguan counter-revolutionaries.government politicsderogatory
(accounting) an entry (or account) that cancels another entrycontraEnglishnounAn entry (or account) that cancels another entry (or account).accounting business financeattributive often
(accounting) an entry (or account) that cancels another entrycontraEnglishnounAny of the musical instruments in the contrabass range, e.g. contrabassoon, contrabass clarinet or, especially, double bass.entertainment lifestyle musicinformal
(accounting) an entry (or account) that cancels another entrycontraEnglishnounA contra dance.dance dancing hobbies lifestyle sports
(accounting) an entry (or account) that cancels another entrycontraEnglishnounA country dance.dance dancing hobbies lifestyle sportsNew-England US obsolete
(accounting) an entry (or account) that cancels another entrycontraEnglishverbTo undo; to reverse.accounting business financeno-past no-present-participle participle past
(grammar) that specifies the thing or person referred todemonstrativeEnglishadjthat serves to demonstrate, show or prove
(grammar) that specifies the thing or person referred todemonstrativeEnglishadjgiven to open displays of emotion
(grammar) that specifies the thing or person referred todemonstrativeEnglishadjthat specifies the thing or person referred togrammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
(grammar) that specifies the thing or person referred todemonstrativeEnglishnounA demonstrative word / A demonstrative adjective.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
(grammar) that specifies the thing or person referred todemonstrativeEnglishnounA demonstrative word / A demonstrative pronoun.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo change (something) from a smaller form or size to a larger one; to spread out or lay open.transitive
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo increase the extent, number, volume or scope of (something).transitive
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo express (something) at length and/or in detail.transitive
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo rewrite (an expression) as a longer, yet equivalent sum of terms.algebra mathematics sciencestransitive
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo become, by rewriting, a longer, yet equivalent sum of terms.algebra mathematics sciencesintransitive of an expression
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo multiply both the numerator and the denominator of a fraction by the same natural number yielding a fraction of equal valuearithmetictransitive
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo change or grow from smaller to larger in form, number, or size.intransitive
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo increase in extent, number, volume or scope.intransitive
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo speak or write at length or in detail.intransitive
(transitive, algebra) to rewrite as an equivalent sum of termsexpandEnglishverbTo feel generous or optimistic.intransitive
(zoology) relating to metazoametazoanEnglishnounAny animal that undergoes development from an embryo stage with two or three tissue layers, namely the ectoderm, endoderm, and sometimes mesoderm.biology natural-sciences zoologyproscribed
(zoology) relating to metazoametazoanEnglishnounAny animal that is multicellular.biology natural-sciences zoology
(zoology) relating to metazoametazoanEnglishadjHaving to do with animals that develop from an embryo with three tissue layers.not-comparable
(zoology) relating to metazoametazoanEnglishadjHaving to do with animals that are multicellular.not-comparable
* bible societysocietyEnglishnounA long-standing group of people sharing cultural aspects such as language, dress, norms of behavior and artistic forms.countable
* bible societysocietyEnglishnounA group of people who meet from time to time to engage in a common interest; an association or organization.countable
* bible societysocietyEnglishnounThe sum total of all voluntary interrelations between individuals.countable
* bible societysocietyEnglishnounThe people of one’s country or community taken as a whole.uncountable
* bible societysocietyEnglishnounHigh society.uncountable
* bible societysocietyEnglishnounA number of people joined by mutual consent to deliberate, determine and act toward a common goal.lawcountable
Alternatively suffixed forms거치적거리다Koreanverbto encumber, block, obstruct, hamperfrequentative transitive
Alternatively suffixed forms거치적거리다Koreanverbto bother, irritate, cling to, be in the wayfrequentative transitive
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA member of the class of animals Aves in the phylum Chordata, characterized by being warm-blooded, having feathers and wings usually capable of flight, having a beaked mouth, and laying eggs.
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA chicken or turkey used as food.cooking food lifestyleslang
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA man, fellow.slang
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA girl or woman, especially one considered sexually attractive.Ireland UK slang
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA girlfriend.Ireland UK slang
AppendixbirdEnglishnounAn aircraft.slang
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA satellite.slang
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA chicken; the young of a fowl; a young eaglet; a nestling.obsolete
AppendixbirdEnglishnounBooing and jeering, especially as done by an audience expressing displeasure at a performer.UK especially in expressions such as 'give someone the bird' with-definite-article
AppendixbirdEnglishnounThe vulgar hand gesture in which the middle finger is extended.with-definite-article
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA yardbird.
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA kilogram of cocaine.US slang
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA penis.Canada Philippines slang
AppendixbirdEnglishnounJailtime; time in prison.UK slang
AppendixbirdEnglishverbTo observe or identify wild birds in their natural environment.intransitive
AppendixbirdEnglishverbTo catch or shoot birds; to hunt birds.intransitive
AppendixbirdEnglishverbTo seek for game or plunder; to thieve.figuratively intransitive
AppendixbirdEnglishverbTo transmit via satellite.broadcasting media televisiontransitive
AppendixbirdEnglishadjAble to be passed with very little work; having the nature of a bird course.Canada colloquial of a school or university course
AppendixbirdEnglishnounA prison sentence.slang uncountable
AppendixbirdEnglishverbTo bring into prison, to roof.slang transitive
Bhaiksuki scriptचापSanskritnounbow
Bhaiksuki scriptचापSanskritnounarc
Bhaiksuki scriptझौलिकSanskritnounA pan or bag for keeping betel-nut, catechew etc.
Bhaiksuki scriptझौलिकSanskritnouna small bag
BongWasserpfeifeGermannounwater pipe / bongfeminine
BongWasserpfeifeGermannounwater pipe / hookahfeminine
Causative: sdegdeg (“to make tired”); Verbal noundegdegTarifitverbto crush, to bruise, to break a thingtransitive
Causative: sdegdeg (“to make tired”); Verbal noundegdegTarifitverbto be tired, to be exhaustedtransitive
Chinese foodsweet fermented riceEnglishnounA traditional food of China, used as a dish itself, or components of other dishes, and a folk remedy; composed of glutinous rice that has been lightly fermented with distillers yeast (酒麴/酒曲/酒曲/酒曲), resulting in a slightly alcoholic product. In some regions of China, it is a breakfast food, or desert, or serves as a base for a soup, porridge, pudding; or as an ingredient.uncountable
Chinese foodsweet fermented riceEnglishnounA traditional desert of Thailand, composed of a lightly fermented glutinous rice.uncountable
Chinese foodsweet fermented riceEnglishnounA traditional pudding of Vietnam, composed of a lightly fermented glutinous riceuncountable
DanishwarenMiddle Low Germanverbto last, to endure
DanishwarenMiddle Low Germanverbto vouch for, to swear an oath to that something is true, to prove the truth of something by evidence
DanishwarenMiddle Low Germanverbto take care, to look after
DanishwarenMiddle Low Germanverbto protect, to guard
DanishwarenMiddle Low Germanverbto keep up, to continue
Eastern AbenakiAbenakiEnglishnameAn Algonquian First People from northeastern North America, mainly Maine and Quebec.
Eastern AbenakiAbenakiEnglishnameA complex of Eastern Algonquian lects, originally spoken in what is now Maine, and Quebec, divided into Western Abenaki and Eastern Abenaki (Penobscot).
Eastern AbenakiAbenakiEnglishnameThe Western Abenaki language.in particular
Eastern AbenakiAbenakiEnglishnounA member of this Algonquian First People.
Eastern AbenakiAbenakiEnglishadjRelated or pertaining to the Abenaki people or language.not-comparable
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA former province of Pays de la Loire, France. Capital: Le Mans.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA river in Maine-et-Loire department, Pays de la Loire, France, a tributary of the Loire.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA state of the United States; probably named for the province in France. Capital: Augusta. Largest city: Portland.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA town in New York.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA town in Outagamie County, Wisconsin; named for the state.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA river in Maine, United States, flowing 5.5 miles from Pocomoonshine Lake in Princeton into Crawford Lake in Crawford.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameUniversity of Maine.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA river in France, flowing 12 km through the city of Angers from the confluence of the Mayenne and Sarthe into the Loire.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA Scottish and English surname from Old French, a variant of Main.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA village in Marathon County, Wisconsin; named for county sheriff Uriah E. Maine.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA river in County Kerry, Ireland, flowing 43 km from Tobermaing into the Atlantic at Castlemaine.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameA male given name of historical usage, notably borne by Irish kings Maine mac Cerbaill and Maine mac Néill.
Federal DistrictMaineEnglishnameAlternative form of Main: A river in County Antrim, Northern Ireland.alt-of alternative
Female fiendfiendetteEnglishnounA female fiend.
Female fiendfiendetteEnglishnounA little fiend.
Form I: أَكَلَ (ʔakala, “to eat, to consume, to swallow, to devour”), أَكِلَ (ʔakila, “to eat, to consume, to swallow, to devour”); Verbal nounء ك لArabicrootrelated to food and eatingmorpheme
Form I: أَكَلَ (ʔakala, “to eat, to consume, to swallow, to devour”), أَكِلَ (ʔakila, “to eat, to consume, to swallow, to devour”); Verbal nounء ك لArabicroothence, related to eating away from, corrosion, itching and the likemorpheme
Form I: خَبَرَ (ḵabara, “to try; to experience”); Verbal nounخ ب رArabicrootto be fully aware, well-acquainted,morpheme
Form I: خَبَرَ (ḵabara, “to try; to experience”); Verbal nounخ ب رArabicrootto be thoroughly informed or familiar with, to be an expert in or aboutmorpheme
Form I: خَبَرَ (ḵabara, “to try; to experience”); Verbal nounخ ب رArabicrootto be privy to inside or true information aboutmorpheme
Form I: خَبَرَ (ḵabara, “to try; to experience”); Verbal nounخ ب رArabicrootto have news, information, or the scoop aboutmorpheme
Form I: سَلَّ (salla, “to pull out gently”); Active participleس ل لArabicrootrelated to gentle slipping away or forwardmorpheme
Form I: سَلَّ (salla, “to pull out gently”); Active participleس ل لArabicrootrelated to piercingmorpheme
Form I: كَرِهَ (kariha); Active participleك ر هArabicrootRelated to aversion or hatredmorpheme
Form I: كَرِهَ (kariha); Active participleك ر هArabicrootRelated to coercionmorpheme
Form V: تَقَرَّأَ (taqarraʔa); Verbal nounق ر ءArabicrootrelated to reading, uttering, vocalizing, reciting; calling, invitingmorpheme
Form V: تَقَرَّأَ (taqarraʔa); Verbal nounق ر ءArabicrootrelated to drawing together, matching, collecting, joining together piecesmorpheme
Form V: تَقَرَّأَ (taqarraʔa); Verbal nounق ر ءArabicrootrelated to study, investigation, discovery, reviewing, citing, recollecting, bringing back, holding on especially to informationmorpheme
Form V: تَقَرَّأَ (taqarraʔa); Verbal nounق ر ءArabicrootrelated to timing, especially reoccurring, continuing, periodicmorpheme
Grantha scriptघातSanskritnouna blow, bruise
Grantha scriptघातSanskritnounslaying, killing
Grantha scriptघातSanskritnouninjuring, hurting, devastation, destruction
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishadjHaving existed in ancient times, descended from antiquity; used especially in reference to Greece and Rome.
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishadjBelonging to former times, not modern, out of date, old-fashioned.
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishadjDesignating a style of type.media publishing typography
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishadjEmbossed without gilt.arts bookbinding crafts hobbies lifestyle
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishadjSynonym of old (“of color: subdued, as if faded over time”)
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishadjSynonym of antic, specifically: / Synonym of antic, specificallyobsolete
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishadjSynonym of antic, specifically: / Fantastic, odd, wild, antic.obsolete
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishnounIn general, anything very old; specifically: / An old object perceived as having value because of its aesthetic or historical significance.
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishnounIn general, anything very old; specifically: / An object of ancient times.
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishnounIn general, anything very old; specifically: / The style or manner of ancient times, used especially of Greek and Roman art.singular
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishnounIn general, anything very old; specifically: / An old person.derogatory figuratively mildly
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishnounIn general, anything very old; specifically: / A man of ancient times.obsolete
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishnounA style of type of thick and bold face in which all lines are of equal or nearly equal thickness.media publishing typography
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishnounSynonym of antic, specifically: / Grotesque entertainment; an antic.obsolete
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishnounSynonym of antic, specifically: / A performer in an antic; or in general, a burlesque performer, a buffoon.obsolete
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishverbTo search or shop for antiques.intransitive
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishverbTo make (an object) appear to be an antique in some way.transitive
Having existed in ancient timesantiqueEnglishverbTo emboss without gilding.arts bookbinding crafts hobbies lifestyletransitive
Manchu scriptअग्निष्टोमSanskritnouna ritual, variation of the ज्योतिष्टोम (jyotiṣṭoma), lasting for five days, conducted by 16 priests, in which soma is offered to the gods through the sacred fire
Manchu scriptअग्निष्टोमSanskritnouna mantra or kalpa connected to the agniṣṭoma
Micromys minutusharvest mouseEnglishnounMicromys minutus, a species of the sub-family Murinae (Old World rats and mice).
Micromys minutusharvest mouseEnglishnounA New World mouse of the genus Reithrodontomys.
Mongolia112EnglishnameThe telephone number for emergency services on all GSM cell phones and in the EU, Russia, United Kingdom, Ireland, India, Indonesia, Turkey, Ukraine, Cameroon, Ghana, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome, the Seychelles, Uganda, East Timor, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Kuwait, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, North Macedonia, Vatican City, New Caledonia, Vanuatu, and Saint Vincent.
Mongolia112EnglishnameThe telephone number for ambulance services in Afghanistan, Angola, Benin, Bhutan, Burundi, and Burkina Faso.
Mongolia112EnglishnameThe telephone number for law enforcement in South Korea, Norway, Colombia, Serbia, Lebanon, Syria, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Papua New Guinea, and Mauritius.
Mongolia112EnglishnameThe telephone number for firefighting assistance in Equatorial Guinea and Nauru.
Nandinagari scriptकुलत्थिकाSanskritnounKulthi, the horse gram (Macrotyloma uniflorum) (a type of bean eaten in South Asia)
Nandinagari scriptकुलत्थिकाSanskritnouna blue stone used as a collyrium
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouna break, gap
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouna chip, piece, slice, bit, portion, fragment
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnounclause, chapter, section (of a work, document)
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouncandied sugar, dried molasses, treacle
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouna variety of sugar canearchaic
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouna continent
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouna term in an equationalgebra mathematics sciences
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouna party, number, multitude, assemblage
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouna flaw in a jewel
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouna calf with horns half-grown
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritnouna kind of measureentertainment lifestyle music
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritadjbroken, having chasms or gaps or breaks
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritadjdeficient, defective, crippled
Nandinagari scriptखण्डSanskritadjnot full (as the moon)
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritadjhard, harsh, rough, sharp, pungent, acid
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritadjsolid
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritadjdense (clouds)
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritadjsharp, hot (wind)
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritadjhurtful, injurious, cutting (as speech or word)
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritadjsharp-edged
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritadjcruel
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnoundonkey (so called from his cry)
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounmule
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounosprey
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounheron
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnouncrow
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounthorny plant (sort of prickly nightshade (Solanum torvum) or perhaps camelthorn (Alhagi maurorum L.))
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounname of a fragrant substance
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounquadrangular mound of earth for receiving the sacrificial vessels (compare ἐσχάρα)
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnouna place arranged for building a house upon
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounname of the 25th year of the sixty years' बृहस्पति cycle
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounदैत्य or demon
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounname of the असुर धेनुक
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounname of a रक्षस् slain by राम (younger brother of रावण)
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounname of an attendant of the Sun (= धर्म)
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounname of a रुद्र
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnoun‘a she-mule’ » खरी-वात्सल्य
Nandinagari scriptखरSanskritnounname of one of the mothers in स्कन्द's retinue
Nandinagari scriptघृतSanskritadjsprinkled
Nandinagari scriptघृतSanskritnounghee i.e. clarified butter or butter which has been boiled gently and allowed to cool (it is used for culinary and religious purposes and is highly esteemed by the Hindus), fat (as an emblem of fertility), fluid grease, cream
Nandinagari scriptघृतSanskritnounthe spiritual bliss obtained from the divine cow (Vedic)
Nandinagari scriptघृतSanskritnoun(= उदक (udaka)) fertilizing rain (considered as the fat which drops from heaven), water / fertilizing rain (considered as the fat which drops from heaven), water
Nandinagari scriptघृतSanskritnounname of a son of Dharma (grandson of Anu and father of Duduha)
Nandinagari scriptघृतSanskritadjillumined
On fire with visible flamesflamingEnglishadjOn fire with visible flames.
On fire with visible flamesflamingEnglishadjVery bright and the color of flame.
On fire with visible flamesflamingEnglishadjExtremely obvious; visibly evident. Typically of a homosexual male.colloquial
On fire with visible flamesflamingEnglishadjDamned, bloody.Britain colloquial
On fire with visible flamesflamingEnglishadjVery enthusiastic or passionate.
On fire with visible flamesflamingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of flameform-of gerund participle present
On fire with visible flamesflamingEnglishnounAn emission or application of fire; act of burning with flames.
On fire with visible flamesflamingEnglishnounSterilization by holding an object in a hot flame.
On fire with visible flamesflamingEnglishnounVitriolic criticism.Internet
PreviousVIIITranslingualnumA Roman numeral representing the number eight (8).number
PreviousVIIITranslingualnumthe eighth.especially in the names of aristocracy number
Previous chapterOgbesẹYorubanameThe thirtieth sign of the Ifa divination system, it is one of the signs of the ọmọ odù; the 240 minor signs
Previous chapterOgbesẹYorubanameThe thirtieth chapter of the Odù Ifá corpus. It is one of the sixteen chapters in the Ogbè category (àpólà) and one of the 240 minor chapters, or àmúlù of the Odù Ifá.
Previous chapterOgbesẹYorubanameThe spirit associated with this chapter
Romance language spoken in GaliciaGalicianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the region of Galicia in Iberia.
Romance language spoken in GaliciaGalicianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the people of Galicia (in Iberia) or their culture.
Romance language spoken in GaliciaGalicianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the Galician language.
Romance language spoken in GaliciaGalicianEnglishnounA native or inhabitant of Galicia, a region of the northwestern Iberian peninsula.countable
Romance language spoken in GaliciaGalicianEnglishnounThe language of Galicia; a Romance language spoken in the northwestern corner of the Iberian peninsula.uncountable
Romance language spoken in GaliciaGalicianEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the historical region of Galicia in Central Europe.
Romance language spoken in GaliciaGalicianEnglishnounAn inhabitant of Galicia, a region in Poland and Ukraine.
Siddham scriptरञ्ज्Sanskritrootto reddenmorpheme
Siddham scriptरञ्ज्Sanskritrootto dye or colourmorpheme
Southeast Asian country — see also BurmaMyanmarEnglishnameA country in Southeast Asia. Official name: Republic of the Union of Myanmar. Capital: Naypyidaw. Also known as Burma (which was formerly the official name).
Southeast Asian country — see also BurmaMyanmarEnglishnameThe Sino-Tibetan official language of the country of Myanmar.
Southeast Asian country — see also BurmaMyanmarEnglishnameThe script in which the Myanmar language is written.
The absence of knowledgenescienceEnglishnounThe absence of knowledge, especially of orthodox beliefs.countable uncountable
The absence of knowledgenescienceEnglishnounThe doctrine that nothing is actually knowable.human-sciences philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
To drive forward; to propel an objectimpelEnglishverbTo urge a person; to press on; to incite to action or motion via intrinsic motivation.transitive
To drive forward; to propel an objectimpelEnglishverbTo drive forward; to propel an object, to provide an impetus for motion or action.transitive
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounA hollow form or matrix for shaping a fluid or plastic substance.US countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounA frame or model around or on which something is formed or shaped.US countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounSomething that is made in or shaped on a mold.US countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounThe shape or pattern of a mold.US countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounGeneral shape or form.US countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounDistinctive character or type.US countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounA fixed or restrictive pattern or form.US countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounA group of moldings.architectureUS countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounA fontanelle.anatomy medicine sciencesUS countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishverbTo shape in or on a mold; to form into a particular shape; to give shape to.US transitive
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishverbTo guide or determine the growth or development of; influenceUS transitive
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishverbTo fit closely by following the contours of.US transitive
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishverbTo make a mold of or from (molten metal, for example) before casting.US transitive
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishverbTo ornament with moldings.US transitive
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishverbTo be shaped in or as if in a mold.US intransitive
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounA natural substance in the form of a woolly or furry growth of tiny fungi that appears when organic material lies for a long time exposed to (usually warm and moist) air.US countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounA fungus that creates such colored, furry growths.US countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishverbTo cause to become moldy; to cause mold to grow upon.US transitive
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishverbTo become moldy; to be covered or filled, in whole or in part, with a mold.US intransitive
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounLoose friable soil, rich in humus and fit for planting.countable uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounEarth, ground.UK countable dialectal plural uncountable
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishverbTo cover with mold or soil.US
To form into a particular shape; to give shape tomoldEnglishnounThe top or crown of the head.dialectal obsolete uncountable
To interrupt a conversation by introducing a different subject or making a commentinterposeEnglishverbTo insert something (or oneself) between other things.transitive
To interrupt a conversation by introducing a different subject or making a commentinterposeEnglishverbTo interrupt a conversation by introducing a different subject or making a comment.transitive
To interrupt a conversation by introducing a different subject or making a commentinterposeEnglishverbTo offer (one's help or services).transitive
To interrupt a conversation by introducing a different subject or making a commentinterposeEnglishverbTo be inserted between parts or things; to come between.intransitive
To interrupt a conversation by introducing a different subject or making a commentinterposeEnglishverbTo intervene in a dispute, or in a conversation.intransitive
To settle accounts with or to settle claims withreckon withEnglishverbTo settle accounts or claims with.
To settle accounts with or to settle claims withreckon withEnglishverbTo deal with.
To settle accounts with or to settle claims withreckon withEnglishverbTo take into account.
TranslationsTempelhofEnglishnameA neighbourhood of Tempelhof-Schoeneberg borough, Berlin, Berlin, Berlin-Brandenburg, Germany
TranslationsTempelhofEnglishnameEllipsis of Berlin Tempelhof Airport. A former airport in Berlin, Germanyaeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesabbreviation alt-of ellipsis historical
TranslationsTempelhofEnglishnameA former borough of Berlin, Germanyhistorical
TranslationsTempelhofEnglishnameA former village in Berlin, Germanyhistorical
Translationsin the wrong place at the wrong timeEnglishprep_phraseDescribing actions or activities that the speaker considers inappropriate, misdirected, or unlikely to yield good results.literally
Translationsin the wrong place at the wrong timeEnglishprep_phraseAt a location or in a situation by where something bad is about to happen at just the time of its occurrence by bad luck.idiomatic
a feedback looppositive feedbackEnglishnounA situation where some function of the output of a system, process, or mechanism is fed back in a manner that tends to increase any divergence of the output from its initial value. / A feedback loop in which the output of a system is amplified with a net positive gain and added to the input signal before the main amplifier.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsuncountable
a feedback looppositive feedbackEnglishnounA situation where some function of the output of a system, process, or mechanism is fed back in a manner that tends to increase any divergence of the output from its initial value. / Feedback which builds upon previous feedback.figuratively uncountable
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishnounA thin artificial barrier that separates two pieces of land or forms a perimeter enclosing the lands of a house, building, etc.countable uncountable
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishnounSomeone who hides or buys and sells stolen goods, a criminal middleman for transactions of stolen goods.countable informal uncountable
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishnounThe place whence such a middleman operates.broadly countable uncountable
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishnounSkill in oral debate.countable uncountable
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishnounThe art or practice of fencing.obsolete uncountable
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishnounA guard or guide on machinery.countable uncountable
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishnounA barrier, for example an emotional barrier.countable figuratively uncountable
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishnounA memory barrier.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencescountable uncountable
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishverbTo enclose, contain or separate by building fence.transitive
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishverbTo defend or guard.transitive
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishverbTo engage in the selling or buying of stolen goods.transitive
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishverbTo engage in the sport of fencing.hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishverbTo jump over a fence.equestrianism hobbies horses lifestyle pets sportsintransitive
a guard or guide on machineryfenceEnglishverbTo conceal the truth by giving equivocal answers; to hedge; to be evasive.intransitive
a habit or practiceaddictionEnglishnounA state that is characterized by compulsive drug use or compulsive engagement in rewarding behavior, despite negative consequences.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
a habit or practiceaddictionEnglishnounThe state of being addicted; devotion; inclination.countable uncountable
a habit or practiceaddictionEnglishnounA habit or practice that damages, jeopardizes or shortens one's life but when ceased causes trauma.countable uncountable
a habit or practiceaddictionEnglishnounA pathological relationship to mood altering experience that has life damaging consequences.countable uncountable
a hump on a skiing pistemogulEnglishnounA rich or powerful person; a magnate, nabob.
a hump on a skiing pistemogulEnglishnounA hump or bump on a skiing piste.hobbies lifestyle skiing sports
a hump on a skiing pistemogulEnglishnounA larger-sized (39 mm diameter) screw base used for large, high-power light bulbs, known as mogul (screw) base light bulbs.
a hump on a skiing pistemogulEnglishnounA machine that forms shaped candies from syrups or gels.
a hump on a skiing pistemogulEnglishverbTo ski over a course of humps or bumps.hobbies lifestyle skiing sports
a muscle that contracts while another relaxesagonistEnglishnounSomeone involved in a contest or battle (as in an agon), protagonist.
a muscle that contracts while another relaxesagonistEnglishnounThe muscle that contracts while the other relaxes.
a muscle that contracts while another relaxesagonistEnglishnounA molecule that can combine with a receptor on a cell to produce a physiological reaction.biochemistry biology chemistry medicine microbiology natural-sciences pharmacology physical-sciences sciences
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishnounA high-pitched, short and somewhat sharp sound.
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishnounA pulse of high-pitched or ultrasonic sound whose echoes provide information about nearby objects and vessels.
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishnounA packet which a remote host is expected to echo, thus indicating its presence.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishnounAn email or other message sent requesting acknowledgement.Internet
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishnounLatency.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishnounA means of highlighting a feature on the game map so that allied players can see it.video-games
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishnounA notification.
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishverbTo make a high-pitched, short and somewhat sharp sound.
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishverbTo emit a signal and then listen for its echo in order to detect objects.
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishverbTo send a packet in order to determine whether a host is present, particularly by use of the ping utility.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences networking physical-sciences sciences
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishverbTo send an email or other message to someone in hopes of eliciting a response.broadly
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishverbTo flick.colloquial
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishverbTo bounce.hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial intransitive
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishverbTo cause something to bounce.hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial transitive
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishverbTo call out audibly.hobbies lifestyle sportscolloquial
a packet which a remote host is expected to echopingEnglishverbTo penalize.colloquial
a person who can be bullied playfully, or easily teasedtwerpEnglishnounA fool, a twit.UK colloquial
a person who can be bullied playfully, or easily teasedtwerpEnglishnounA small or puny person; one regarded as insignificant, contemptible.US childish colloquial
a person who can be bullied playfully, or easily teasedtwerpEnglishnounA person who can be bullied playfully, or easily teased. Sometimes used as a pet-name (often for a younger sibling).US childish colloquial
a pneumonic device for assisted breathingiron lungEnglishnounA pneumonic device for assisted breathing.
a pneumonic device for assisted breathingiron lungEnglishnounA bung; a bribe.Cockney slang
a weedy biennial umbellifercow parsleyEnglishnounAnthriscus sylvestris, a weedy biennial umbellifer native to the Old World.uncountable
a weedy biennial umbellifercow parsleyEnglishnounAny of a variety of plants of similar appearance.broadly uncountable
actvaledictionEnglishnounA speech made when leaving or parting company.
actvaledictionEnglishnounThe act of parting company.
actvaledictionEnglishnounA word or phrase (such as adieu or farewell) said upon leaving.
actvaledictionEnglishnounA word or phrase used to end a letter or message.
act of applying tilestilingEnglishnounA covering of tiles.countable uncountable
act of applying tilestilingEnglishnounThe act of applying tiles.uncountable
act of applying tilestilingEnglishnounA tessellation; the covering of a plane with shapes, without overlaps or gaps.geometry mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
act of applying tilestilingEnglishnounA technique for optimizing loops by partitioning the iteration space into smaller chunks or blocks that will more easily fit in a cache.computing computing-theory engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
act of applying tilestilingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of tileform-of gerund participle present
act of enunciatingenunciationEnglishnounThe act of enunciating, announcing, proclaiming, or making known; open attestation; declaration.countable uncountable
act of enunciatingenunciationEnglishnounThe mode of utterance or pronunciation, especially with regards to the fullness and distinctness of articulation.countable uncountable
act of enunciatingenunciationEnglishnounThat which is enunciated or announced; words in which a proposition is expressed; formal declarationcountable uncountable
act of imitatingimitationEnglishnounThe act of imitating.countable uncountable
act of imitatingimitationEnglishnounA copy or simulation; something that is not the real thing.attributive countable uncountable
act or crimelibelEnglishnounA written or pictorial false statement which unjustly seeks to damage someone's reputation.countable
act or crimelibelEnglishnounThe act or tort of displaying such a statement publicly.uncountable
act or crimelibelEnglishnounAny defamatory writing; a lampoon; a satire.countable
act or crimelibelEnglishnounA written declaration or statement by the plaintiff of their cause of action, and of the relief they seek.lawcountable
act or crimelibelEnglishnounA brief writing of any kind, especially a declaration, bill, certificate, request, supplication, etc.countable
act or crimelibelEnglishverbTo defame (someone), especially in a manner that meets the legal definition of libel.transitive
act or crimelibelEnglishverbTo proceed against (goods, a ship, etc.) by filing a libel claim.transitive
act virtuouslydo goodEnglishverbTo act virtuously.
act virtuouslydo goodEnglishverbTo contribute positively; to aid.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA compartment for a single animal in a stable or cattle shed.countable
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA stable; a place for cattle.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA bench or table on which small articles of merchandise are exposed for sale.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA small open-fronted shop, for example in a market, food court, etc.countable
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA very small room used for a shower or a toilet.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA seat in a theatre close to and (about) level with the stage; traditionally, a seat with arms, or otherwise partly enclosed, as distinguished from the benches, sofas, etc.countable
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounAn Heathen altar, typically an indoor one, as contrasted with a more substantial outdoor harrow.lifestyle paganism religionGermanic
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA seat in a church, especially one next to the chancel or choir, reserved for church officials and dignitaries.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA church office that entitles the incumbent to the use of a church stall.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA sheath to protect the finger.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounThe space left by excavation between pillars.business mining
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounA parking stall; a space for a vehicle in a parking lot or parkade.Canada
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo put (an animal, etc.) in a stall.transitive
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo fatten.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo live in, or as if in, a stall; to dwell.obsolete
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo place in an office with the customary formalities; to install.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo forestall; to anticipate.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo keep close; to keep secret.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounAn action that is intended to cause, or actually causes, delay.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishnounLoss of lift due to an airfoil's critical angle of attack being exceeded, normally occurring due to low airspeed.aeronautics aerospace business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo employ delaying tactics against.transitive
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo employ delaying tactics; to stall for time.intransitive
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo come to a standstill.intransitive
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo cause to stop making progress; to hinder; to slow down; to delay or forestall.transitive
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo exceed the critical angle of attack, resulting in loss of lift.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo cause to exceed the critical angle of attack, resulting in loss of lift.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencestransitive
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo plunge into mire or snow so as not to be able to get on; to set; to fix.
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo stop suddenly.intransitive of an engine
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo cause the engine of a manual-transmission car or truck to stop by going too slowly for the selected gear.automotive transport vehiclestransitive
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo be stuck, as in mire or snow; to stick fast.obsolete
action that causes, or is intended to cause, delaystallEnglishverbTo be tired of eating, as cattle.obsolete
activity one has performedexperienceEnglishnounThe effect upon the judgment or feelings produced by any event, whether witnessed or participated in; personal and direct impressions as contrasted with description or fancies; personal acquaintance; actual enjoyment or suffering.countable uncountable
activity one has performedexperienceEnglishnounAn activity one has performed.countable
activity one has performedexperienceEnglishnounA collection of events and/or activities from which an individual or group may gather knowledge, opinions, and skills.countable
activity one has performedexperienceEnglishnounThe knowledge thus gathered.uncountable
activity one has performedexperienceEnglishnounTrial; a test or experiment.obsolete uncountable
activity one has performedexperienceEnglishverbTo observe certain events; undergo a certain feeling or process; or perform certain actions that may alter one or contribute to one's knowledge, opinions, or skills.transitive
agreement between opposed partiestruceEnglishnounA period of time in which no fighting takes place due to an agreement between the opposed parties.
agreement between opposed partiestruceEnglishnounAn agreement between opposed parties in which they pledge to cease fighting for a limited time.
alienbody snatcherEnglishnounOne who makes arrests, such as a bailiff or policeman.derogatory humorous obsolete slang
alienbody snatcherEnglishnounOne who abducts or controls another's body, such as a slaver, psychic, or human resources agent.
alienbody snatcherEnglishnounOne who sells cadavers to anatomists, surgeons, etc., especially by exhuming corpses from graves, a resurrection man.historical
alienbody snatcherEnglishnounA graverobber who steals bodies or body parts.in particular
alienbody snatcherEnglishnounA stretcher-bearer.government military politics warBritain slang
alternately forwards and backwards along a pathup and downEnglishadvupward and downward, alternately.not-comparable
alternately forwards and backwards along a pathup and downEnglishadvalternately forwards and backwards along a pathidiomatic not-comparable
alternately forwards and backwards along a pathup and downEnglishadvstaunchly, unwaveringly, obstinatelyidiomatic not-comparable
alternately forwards and backwards along a pathup and downEnglishadvIn various places, e.g. in a country.not-comparable
alternately forwards and backwards along a pathup and downEnglishadjVertical; perpendicular; said of the cable when the anchor is under, or nearly under, the hawse hole, and the cable is taut.nautical transportnot-comparable
alternately forwards and backwards along a pathup and downEnglishadjplain; downrightfiguratively not-comparable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounThe determination of the relative position of something or someone.countable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounThe relative physical position or direction of something.countable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounThe construction of a Christian church to have its aisle in an east-west direction with the altar at the east end.uncountable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounAn inclination, tendency or direction.countable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounThe ability to orient, or the process of so doing.countable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounAn adjustment to a new environment.countable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounAn introduction to a (new) environment.countable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounAn introduction to a (new) environment. / Events to orient new students at a school; events to help new students become familiar with a school.educationcountable uncountable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounThe direction of print across the page; landscape or portrait.media publishing typographycountable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounEllipsis of sexual orientation.LGBT lifestyle sexualityabbreviation alt-of countable ellipsis uncountable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounThe choice of which ordered bases are "positively" oriented and which are "negatively" oriented on a real vector space.mathematical-analysis mathematics sciencescountable
an inclination, tendency or directionorientationEnglishnounThe designation of a parametrised curve as "positively" or "negatively" oriented (or "nonorientable"); the analogous description of a surface or hypersurface.geometry mathematics sciences topologyanalytic countable
ancient triangular harp having a sharp, shrill tonesambucaEnglishnounAn Italian liqueur made from elderberries and flavoured with licorice, traditionally served with 3 coffee beans that represent health, wealth and fortune (or past, present and future).uncountable usually
ancient triangular harp having a sharp, shrill tonesambucaEnglishnounAn ancient form of triangular harp having a very sharp, shrill tone.entertainment lifestyle musichistorical
ancient triangular harp having a sharp, shrill tonesambucaEnglishnounAn ancient type of ship-borne siege engine.historical
and seeάχρηστοςGreekadjuseless, unusable (thing)
and seeάχρηστοςGreekadjineffective (of a person)derogatory
and seeάχρηστοςGreekadjuseless (of a person, usually in the vocative)offensive
and seeακατοίκητοςGreekadjuninhabitable
and seeακατοίκητοςGreekadjuninhabited
and seeεξέτασηGreeknounexamination, investigation / of plans, accounts, objects, etc
and seeεξέτασηGreeknounexamination, investigation / examination, exameducation
and seeεξέτασηGreeknounexamination, investigation / examination (of witness)law
and seeεξέτασηGreeknounexamination, investigation / examination (of patient)medicine sciences
and seeκλέφτηςGreeknounthief, stealer
and seeκλέφτηςGreeknounklepht (member of an armed group of men who took refuge in the mountains, lived by stealing and fought against the Ottomans)history human-sciences sciences
any composition, musical or otherwise, that is created on the spot without preparationimpromptuEnglishadjImprovised; without prior preparation, planning or rehearsal.not-comparable
any composition, musical or otherwise, that is created on the spot without preparationimpromptuEnglishnounA short musical composition for an informal occasion often with the character of improvisation and usually to be played solo.entertainment lifestyle music
any composition, musical or otherwise, that is created on the spot without preparationimpromptuEnglishnounAny composition, musical or otherwise, that is created on the spot without preparation.broadly
apparent brighness of a starmagnitudeEnglishnounThe absolute or relative size, extent or importance of something.countable uncountable
apparent brighness of a starmagnitudeEnglishnounAn order of magnitude.countable
apparent brighness of a starmagnitudeEnglishnounA number, assigned to something, such that it may be compared to others numericallymathematics sciencescountable uncountable
apparent brighness of a starmagnitudeEnglishnounOf a vector, the norm, most commonly, the two-norm.mathematics sciencescountable uncountable
apparent brighness of a starmagnitudeEnglishnounA logarithmic scale of brightness defined so that a difference of 5 magnitudes is a factor of 100. / The apparent brightness of a star, with lower magnitudes being brighter; apparent magnitudeastronomy natural-sciencesuncountable
apparent brighness of a starmagnitudeEnglishnounA logarithmic scale of brightness defined so that a difference of 5 magnitudes is a factor of 100. / A ratio of intensity expressed as a logarithm.astronomy natural-sciencescountable
apparent brighness of a starmagnitudeEnglishnounA measure of the energy released by an earthquake (e.g. on the Richter scale).geography geology natural-sciences seismologycountable uncountable
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA long dowel or plank protruding from the ground; a fencepost; a lightpost.
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA stud; a two-by-four.business construction manufacturing
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA pole in a battery.
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA long, narrow piece inserted into a root canal to provide retention for a crown.dentistry medicine sciences
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA prolonged final melody note, among moving harmony notes.
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA printing paper size measuring 19.25 inches x 15.5 inches.media printing publishing
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA goalpost.hobbies lifestyle sports
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA location on a basketball court near the basket.
assigned stationpostEnglishnounThe doorpost of a victualler's shop or inn, on which were chalked the scores of customers; hence, a score; a debt.obsolete
assigned stationpostEnglishnounThe vertical part of a crochet stitch.
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo hang (a notice) in a conspicuous manner for general review.transitive
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo hold up to public blame or reproach; to advertise opprobriously; to denounce by public proclamation.
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo carry (an account) from the journal to the ledger.accounting business finance
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo inform; to give the news to; to make acquainted with the details of a subject; often with up.
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo deposit a payment that may or may not be returned. / To pay (a stake or blind).gambling gamestransitive
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo deposit a payment that may or may not be returned. / To pay bail.lawtransitive
assigned stationpostEnglishnounEach of a series of men stationed at specific places along a postroad, with responsibility for relaying letters and dispatches of the monarch (and later others) along the route.obsolete
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA station, or one of a series of stations, established for the refreshment and accommodation of travellers on some recognized route.dated
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA military base; the place at which a soldier or a body of troops is stationed; also, the troops at such a station.
assigned stationpostEnglishnounSomeone who travels express along a set route carrying letters and dispatches; a courier.historical
assigned stationpostEnglishnounAn organisation for delivering letters, parcels etc., or the service provided by such an organisation.Australia New-Zealand UK
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA single delivery of letters; the letters or deliveries that make up a single batch delivered to one person or one address.Australia New-Zealand UK
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA message posted in an electronic or Internet forum, or on a blog, etc.
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA moderate to deep passing route in which a receiver runs 10-20 yards from the line of scrimmage straight down the field, then cuts toward the middle of the field (towards the facing goalposts) at a 45-degree angle.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
assigned stationpostEnglishnounHaste or speed, like that of a messenger or mail carrier.obsolete
assigned stationpostEnglishnounOne who has charge of a station, especially a postal station.obsolete
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo travel with relays of horses; to travel by post horses, originally as a courier.
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo travel quickly; to hurry.
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo send (an item of mail etc.) through the postal service.Australia New-Zealand UK
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo rise and sink in the saddle, in accordance with the motion of the horse, especially in trotting.
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo publish (a message) to a newsgroup, forum, blog, etc.Internet
assigned stationpostEnglishadvWith the post, on post-horses; by a relay of horses (changing at every staging-post); hence, express, with speed, quickly.not-comparable
assigned stationpostEnglishadvSent via the postal service.not-comparable
assigned stationpostEnglishnounAn assigned station; a guard post.
assigned stationpostEnglishnounAn appointed position in an organization, job.
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo enter (a name) on a list, as for service, promotion, etc.
assigned stationpostEnglishverbTo assign to a station; to set; to place.
assigned stationpostEnglishprepAfter; especially after a significant event that has long-term ramifications.
assigned stationpostEnglishnounPost-production.broadcasting film media televisioninformal uncountable
assigned stationpostEnglishnounA post mortem (investigation of body's cause of death).medicine sciencesinformal
associated with the base of an organism or structurebasalEnglishadjBasic, elementary; relating to, or forming, the base, or point of origin.
associated with the base of an organism or structurebasalEnglishadjAssociated with the base of an organism or structure.anatomy medicine sciences
associated with the base of an organism or structurebasalEnglishadjOf a minimal level that is necessary for maintaining the health or life of an organism.medicine sciences
associated with the base of an organism or structurebasalEnglishadjIn a phylogenetic tree, being a group, or member of a group, which diverged earlier. The earliest clade to branch in a larger clade.
associated with the base of an organism or structurebasalEnglishnounbase, bottom, minimum
associated with the base of an organism or structurebasalEnglishnounAny basal structure or partanatomy medicine sciences
at faultremissEnglishadjAt fault; failing to fulfill responsibility, duty, or obligations.not-comparable
at faultremissEnglishadjNot energetic or exact in duty or business; careless; tardy; slack; hence, lacking earnestness or activity; languid; slow.not-comparable
at or from a distancealoofEnglishadvAt or from a distance, but within view, or at a small distance; apart; away.
at or from a distancealoofEnglishadvWithout sympathy; unfavorably.
at or from a distancealoofEnglishadjReserved and remote; either physically or emotionally distant; standoffish.
at or from a distancealoofEnglishprepAway from; clear of.obsolete
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishnounA vibraphone.colloquial plural plural-only
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishnounVibration.informal
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishnounA vibrator (sex toy).informal
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishnounAn atmosphere or aura felt to belong to a person, place or thing.in-plural informal often
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishnounSomething that is good, trendy, pleasant, or atmospheric; a thing or person with a good vibe.informal
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishverbTo stimulate with a vibrator.colloquial transitive
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishverbTo relax and enjoy oneself.colloquial intransitive
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishverbTo agree.colloquial intransitive
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishverbTo get along; to hit it off.colloquial intransitive
atmosphere or auravibeEnglishverbTo feel in agreement with; to appreciate.colloquial transitive
attackattemptEnglishverbTo try.
attackattemptEnglishverbTo try to move, by entreaty, by afflictions, or by temptations; to tempt.obsolete
attackattemptEnglishverbTo try to win, subdue, or overcome.archaic
attackattemptEnglishverbTo attack; to make an effort or attack upon; to try to take by force.archaic
attackattemptEnglishnounThe action of trying at something.
attackattemptEnglishnounAn assault or attack, especially an assassination attempt.
banish, expel, exileвиганятиUkrainianverbto drive outtransitive
banish, expel, exileвиганятиUkrainianverbto banish, to cast out, to expel, to ousttransitive
banish, expel, exileвиганятиUkrainianverbto exiletransitive
banish, expel, exileвиганятиUkrainianverbto extrude, to push out (:outgrowth etc.)transitive
banish, expel, exileвиганятиUkrainianverbto distil outtransitive
banish, expel, exileвиганятиUkrainianverbto exorcise, to drive out an evil spiritlifestyle religiontransitive
banish, expel, exileвиганятиUkrainianverbto run about, to run around (run to many places and/or for a certain time)colloquial intransitive
basketball: alley-oop playalley oopEnglishintjEncouraging or calling attention to a physical performance, especially one involving an upwards lift or leap.
basketball: alley-oop playalley oopEnglishadvSynonym of up.not-comparable rare
basketball: alley-oop playalley oopEnglishnounAn instance of saying "Alley oop!"
basketball: alley-oop playalley oopEnglishnounA high and arcing pass, catch, or move, especially (basketball) a shot made by a player as part of the same jump used to catch a pass.hobbies lifestyle sportsUS
basketball: alley-oop playalley oopEnglishadjHigh and arcing.hobbies lifestyle sportsUS not-comparable
basketball: alley-oop playalley oopEnglishadjInvolving at least a 180-degree turn.hobbies lifestyle skateboarding snowboarding sportsUS not-comparable
basketball: alley-oop playalley oopEnglishverbTo lift or toss upward, or to be lifted or tossed upward.
be astounded, be flabbergastedπαθαίνωGreekverbto happen to (something negative), be wrong with, suffer, undergointransitive rare transitive
be astounded, be flabbergastedπαθαίνωGreekverbto be afflicted, suffer (something medical and negative)transitive
be astounded, be flabbergastedπαθαίνωGreekverbto be overcome (with an intense emotion, such as love, lust, etc), be moved, be deeply touchedintransitive
be astounded, be flabbergastedπαθαίνωGreekverbto be astounded, be flabbergasted (be intensely shocked)colloquial intransitive
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounA horizontal door in a floor or ceiling.
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounA trapdoor.
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounAn opening in a wall at window height for the purpose of serving food or other items. A pass through.
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounA small door in large mechanical structures and vehicles such as aircraft and spacecraft often provided for access for maintenance.
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounAn opening through the deck of a ship or submarinenautical transport
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounA gullet.slang
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounA frame or weir in a river, for catching fish.
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounA floodgate; a sluice gate.
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounA bedstead.Scotland
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounAn opening into, or in search of, a mine.business mining
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishverbTo close with a hatch or hatches.transitive
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishverbTo emerge from an egg.intransitive of young animals
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishverbTo break open when a young animal emerges from it.intransitive of eggs
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishverbTo incubate eggs; to cause to hatch.transitive
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishverbTo devise (a plot or scheme).transitive
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounThe act of hatching.
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounDevelopment; disclosure; discovery.figuratively
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounA group of birds that emerged from eggs at a specified time.
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounThe phenomenon, lasting 1–2 days, of large clouds of mayflies appearing in one location to mate, having reached maturity.as mayfly hatch often
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishnounA birth, the birth records (in the newspaper).informal
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishverbTo shade an area of (a drawing, diagram, etc.) with fine parallel lines, or with lines which cross each other (cross-hatch).transitive
birds that emerged from eggs at a specified timehatchEnglishverbTo cross; to spot; to stain; to steep.obsolete transitive
botany: slightly indented at the tipemarginateEnglishadjWith the outline of the margin more or less concave in places, usually at the apex.biology botany natural-sciencesof leaves
botany: slightly indented at the tipemarginateEnglishadjHaving roughly the same height or width for most of its length, becoming much shallower or narrower before reaching the attachment point.biology botany mycology natural-sciences
botany: slightly indented at the tipemarginateEnglishadjHaving a margin that has concave edges as though with parts removed or notched.anatomy biology medicine natural-sciences sciences zoology
botany: slightly indented at the tipemarginateEnglishadjOf a crystal: having edges or corners of the primitive form beveled, crossed by a face.chemistry geography geology mineralogy natural-sciences physical-sciences
botany: slightly indented at the tipemarginateEnglishverbTo take away the margin of.transitive
botany: slightly indented at the tipemarginateEnglishverbTo lose the margin.intransitive
botany: slightly indented at the tipemarginateEnglishverbTo marginalize.
brush to clean bottlesbottle brushEnglishnounA brush, having bristles that radiate from a central stem, used for cleaning bottles.
brush to clean bottlesbottle brushEnglishnounAny of several plants having a similar appearance, especially Anthephora or Callistemon.
burialillatioLatinnounThe act of carrying or bringing in; burying, interment, burial.declension-3
burialillatioLatinnounAn impost, duty, tax, payment.declension-3
burialillatioLatinnounA logical inference, deduction, conclusion, illation.declension-3
carrying an unborn childpregnantEnglishadjCarrying developing offspring within the body.not-comparable
carrying an unborn childpregnantEnglishadjCarrying developing offspring within the body. / Of a couple: expecting a baby together.not-comparable
carrying an unborn childpregnantEnglishadjHaving numerous possibilities or implications; full of promise; abounding in ability, resources, etc.comparable
carrying an unborn childpregnantEnglishadjFertile, prolific (usually of soil, ground, etc.).poetic
carrying an unborn childpregnantEnglishadjAffording entrance; receptive; yielding; willing; open; prompt.obsolete
carrying an unborn childpregnantEnglishadjReady-witted; clever; ingenious.obsolete
carrying an unborn childpregnantEnglishnounA pregnant person.
carrying an unborn childpregnantEnglishadjCompelling; clear, evident.archaic
case used to indicate the subjectnominative caseEnglishnounThe case used to indicate the subject—or agent—of a finite verb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
case used to indicate the subjectnominative caseEnglishnounThe subject of a verb.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesobsolete
ceremony amongst certain indigenous peoples of the Pacific NorthwestpotlatchEnglishnounA ceremony amongst certain indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest in which gifts are bestowed upon guests and personal property is destroyed in a show of generosity and wealth.Canada US also figuratively uncountable usually
ceremony amongst certain indigenous peoples of the Pacific NorthwestpotlatchEnglishnounA communal meal to which guests bring dishes to share; a potluck.US uncountable usually
ceremony amongst certain indigenous peoples of the Pacific NorthwestpotlatchEnglishverbTo give; especially, to give as a gift during a potlatch ceremony.transitive
ceremony amongst certain indigenous peoples of the Pacific NorthwestpotlatchEnglishverbTo carry out or take part in a potlatch ceremony.intransitive
change, altermudâFriulianverbto change, make a change, alter, switchtransitive
change, altermudâFriulianverbto varytransitive
change, altermudâFriulianverbto developintransitive
changes in color of sky at sunsetsunsetEnglishnounThe moment each evening when the sun disappears below the western horizon.countable uncountable
changes in color of sky at sunsetsunsetEnglishnounThe changes in color of the sky before and after sunset.countable uncountable
changes in color of sky at sunsetsunsetEnglishnounThe final period of the life of a person or thing.countable figuratively uncountable
changes in color of sky at sunsetsunsetEnglishnounA set termination date.attributive countable uncountable
changes in color of sky at sunsetsunsetEnglishnounThe region where the sun sets; the west.countable uncountable
changes in color of sky at sunsetsunsetEnglishverbTo phase out.business government politicstransitive
chemistry: of a basebasicEnglishadjNecessary, essential for life or some process.
chemistry: of a basebasicEnglishadjElementary, simple, fundamental, merely functional.
chemistry: of a basebasicEnglishadjOf or pertaining to a base; having a pH greater than 7.chemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
chemistry: of a basebasicEnglishadjUnremarkable or uninteresting; boring; uncool.informal
chemistry: of a basebasicEnglishnounA necessary commodity, a staple requirement.
chemistry: of a basebasicEnglishnounAn elementary building block, e.g. a fundamental piece of knowledge.
chemistry: of a basebasicEnglishnounBasic training.government military politics war
chips/friespatatDutchnounchips, french friesNorthern feminine uncountable
chips/friespatatDutchnouna potatoSouthern countable feminine
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishnounA form of acting without words; pantomime.countable uncountable
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishnounA pantomime actor.countable uncountable
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishnounA classical theatrical entertainment in the form of farce.countable uncountable
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishnounA performer of such a farce.countable uncountable
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishnounA person who mimics others in a comical manner.countable uncountable
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishnounAny of various papilionid butterflies of the genus Chilasa or Papilio, that mimic other species in appearance.countable uncountable
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishnounA unit of imitation in the theory of symbiosism.countable uncountable
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishverbTo mimic.
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishverbTo act without words.intransitive
classical theatrical entertainmentmimeEnglishverbTo represent an action or object through gesture, without the use of sound.
clear space between a citadel and the nearest housesesplanadeEnglishnounA clear space between a citadel and the nearest houses of the town.
clear space between a citadel and the nearest housesesplanadeEnglishnounThe glacis of the counterscarp, or the slope of the parapet of the covered way toward the country.
clear space between a citadel and the nearest housesesplanadeEnglishnounA grass plat; a lawn.
clear space between a citadel and the nearest housesesplanadeEnglishnounAny clear, level space used for public walks or drives; especially, a terrace by the seaside.
clear space between a citadel and the nearest housesesplanadeEnglishnounGrassy strips between two divided highway lanes; a traffic island.Texas
clothsackclothEnglishnounA coarse hessian style of cloth used to make sacks.countable uncountable
clothsackclothEnglishnounGarments worn as an act of penance.also countable figuratively uncountable usually with “and ashes”
clothsackclothEnglishadjMade of sackcloth.not-comparable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA cold-blooded vertebrate animal that lives in water, moving with the help of fins and breathing with gills.countable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounAny animal (or any vertebrate) that lives exclusively in water.archaic broadly countable uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounCod; codfish.Newfoundland countable uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounThe flesh of the fish used as food.uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA card game in which the object is to obtain cards in pairs or sets of four (depending on the variation), by asking the other players for cards of a particular rank.uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA woman.derogatory slang uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounAn easy victim for swindling.countable slang
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA bad poker player. Compare shark (a good poker player).card-games pokercountable slang
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA makeshift overlapping longitudinal brace, originally shaped roughly like a fish, used to temporarily repair or extend a spar or mast of a ship.nautical transportcountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA purchase used to fish the anchor.nautical transportcountable uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA torpedo (self-propelled explosive device).government military nautical politics transport warcountable slang
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA paraphyletic grouping of the following extant taxonomic groups: / Class Myxini, the hagfish (no vertebrae)biology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA paraphyletic grouping of the following extant taxonomic groups: / Class Petromyzontida, the lampreys (no jaw)biology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA paraphyletic grouping of the following extant taxonomic groups: / Within infraphylum Gnathostomata (jawed vertebrates (also including Tetrapoda)) / Class Chondrichthyes, cartilaginous fish such as sharks and raysbiology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA paraphyletic grouping of the following extant taxonomic groups: / Within infraphylum Gnathostomata (jawed vertebrates (also including Tetrapoda)) / Superclass Osteichthyes, bony fish.biology natural-sciences zoologycountable uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounThe thirty-fourth Lenormand card.cartomancy human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciencescountable uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA new (usually vulnerable) prisoner.countable slang uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA male homosexual; a gay man.Jamaica countable derogatory offensive uncountable
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA period of time spent fishing.
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounAn instance of seeking something.
collective plural of fishfishEnglishverbTo hunt fish or other aquatic animals in a body of water.intransitive
collective plural of fishfishEnglishverbTo search (a body of water) for something other than fish.transitive
collective plural of fishfishEnglishverbTo use as bait when fishing.fishing hobbies lifestyletransitive
collective plural of fishfishEnglishverbTo (attempt to) find or get hold of an object by searching among other objects.intransitive
collective plural of fishfishEnglishverbTo talk to people in an attempt to get them to say something, or seek to obtain something by artifice.followed by "for" or "around for" intransitive
collective plural of fishfishEnglishverbOf a batsman, to attempt to hit a ball outside off stump and miss it.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive
collective plural of fishfishEnglishverbTo repair (a spar or mast) by fastening a beam or other long object (often called a fish) over the damaged part (see Noun above).nautical transporttransitive
collective plural of fishfishEnglishverbTo hoist the flukes of.nautical transporttransitive
collective plural of fishfishEnglishnounA counter, used in various games.obsolete
composer of madrigalsmadrigalistEnglishnounA composer of madrigals.
composer of madrigalsmadrigalistEnglishnounA singer or interpreter of madrigals.
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishadjHaving little depth; significantly less deep than wide.
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishadjExtending not far downward.
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishadjConcerned mainly with superficial matters.
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishadjLacking interest or substance.
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishadjNot intellectually deep; not penetrating deeply; simple; not wise or knowing.
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishadjNot deep in tone.obsolete
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishadjNot far forward, close to the net.hobbies lifestyle sports tennis
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishadjNot steep; close to horizontal.of an angle
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishnounA shallow portion of an otherwise deep body of water.
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishnounA fish, the rudd.
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishnounA costermonger's barrow.historical
concerned mainly with superficial mattersshallowEnglishverbTo make or become less deep.intransitive transitive
constellationLeoEnglishnameA male given name from Latin, borne by numerous saints and 13 popes.
constellationLeoEnglishnameA constellation of the zodiac, shaped approximately like a lion and containing the stars Regulus and Denebola.astronomy natural-sciences
constellationLeoEnglishnameThe zodiac sign for the Lion, ruled by the Sun and covering July 23 - August 22 (tropical astrology) or August 16 - September 15 (sidereal astrology).astrology human-sciences mysticism philosophy sciences
constellationLeoEnglishnameA surname.
constellationLeoEnglishnameAn unincorporated community in Jackson Township, Jackson County, Ohio, United States.
constellationLeoEnglishnameA ghost town in Roane County, West Virginia, United States.
constellationLeoEnglishnounSomeone with a Leo star sign
constellationLeoEnglishnounA Leonberger
consumesumoLatinverbto take, take up, catch, assume, seize, claim, arrogateconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto undertake, begin, enter uponconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto exact satisfaction, inflict punishmentconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto choose, selectconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto obtain, acquire, receive, get, takeconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto use, apply, employ, spend, consumeconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto adopt; borrowconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto buy, purchaseconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto accept, presuppose, establish as a principleconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto fascinate, charmconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto put onconjugation-3
consumesumoLatinverbto take heartconjugation-3
corrupt, mercenaryvenalEnglishadjVenous; pertaining to veins.
corrupt, mercenaryvenalEnglishadjFor sale; available for purchase.archaic
corrupt, mercenaryvenalEnglishadjOf a position, privilege etc.: available for purchase rather than assigned on merit.
corrupt, mercenaryvenalEnglishadjCapable of being bought (of a person); willing to take bribes.
corrupt, mercenaryvenalEnglishadjCorrupt, mercenary.of behaviour etc.
countyアラメダJapanesenameAlameda (a city in Alameda, California, United States)
countyアラメダJapanesenameAlameda (a county of California, United States)
crazykookyEnglishadjEccentric, strange, or foolish; crazy or insane; kookish.slang
crazykookyEnglishadjBehaving like a kook (a person with poor style or skill); kook-like.hobbies lifestyle sports surfing
crazykookyEnglishnounAlternative form of kookie (“kookaburra”)alt-of alternative childish
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounA 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.
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounA 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”)
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounA 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.
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounA 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.
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounA 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounA 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A low point, in the shape of a saddle, between two hills.
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / A cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbone.
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The raised floorboard in a doorway.business construction manufacturing
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The part of a denture which holds the artificial teeth.dentistry medicine sciences
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething resembling a saddle (sense 1) in appearance or shape. / The clitellum of an earthworm (family Lumbricidae).biology natural-sciences zoology
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishnounSomething 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbTo put a saddle (noun sense 1) on (an animal).transitive
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbTo put (something) on to another thing like a saddle on an animal.transitive
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbTo enter (a trained horse) into a race.figuratively transitive
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbChiefly followed by with: to burden or encumber (someone) with some problem or responsibility.figuratively transitive
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbChiefly followed by on or upon: to place (a burden or responsibility) or thrust (a problem) on someone.figuratively transitive
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbTo control or restrain (someone or something), as if using a saddle; to bridle, to harness, to rein in.archaic figuratively transitive
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbTo get (someone) to do a burdensome task.figuratively obsolete rare transitive
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbTo 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
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbTo put something on to (another thing) like a saddle on an animal.obsolete transitive
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbOften followed by up. / To put a saddle on an animal.Canada US intransitive
cut of meat that includes both loins and part of the backbonesaddleEnglishverbOften followed by up. / Of a person: to get into a saddle.Canada US intransitive
departure from what is pure or correctcorruptionEnglishnounThe act of corrupting or of impairing integrity, virtue, or moral principle; the state of being corrupted or debased; loss of purity or integritycountable uncountable
departure from what is pure or correctcorruptionEnglishnounThe act of corrupting or making putrid, or state of being corrupt or putrid; decomposition or disorganization, in the process of putrefaction; putrefaction; deterioration.countable uncountable
departure from what is pure or correctcorruptionEnglishnounThe product of corruption; putrid matter.countable uncountable
departure from what is pure or correctcorruptionEnglishnounThe decomposition of biological matter.countable uncountable
departure from what is pure or correctcorruptionEnglishnounUnethical administrative or executive practices (in government or business), including bribery (offering or receiving bribes), conflicts of interest, nepotism, and so on.countable uncountable
departure from what is pure or correctcorruptionEnglishnounThe destruction of data by manipulation of parts of it, either by deliberate or accidental human action or by imperfections in storage or transmission media.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
departure from what is pure or correctcorruptionEnglishnounThe act of changing, or of being changed, for the worse; departure from what is pure, simple, or correct.countable uncountable
departure from what is pure or correctcorruptionEnglishnounA nonstandard form of a word, expression, or text, assigned a value judgment as being debased, especially when resulting from misunderstanding, transcription error, or mishearing.countable uncountable
departure from what is pure or correctcorruptionEnglishnounSomething originally good or pure that has turned evil or impure; a perversion.countable uncountable
directly一頭Chinesenouna head full of something
directly一頭Chinesenounone end
directly一頭Chinesenounone aspect
directly一頭Chinesenounone head in height
directly一頭Chineseadvheadlong
directly一頭Chineseadvdirectly; straight
directly一頭Chineseadvsuddenly; abruptly
directly一頭Chineseadvtogetherdialectal
disorientedconfusedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of confuseform-of participle past
disorientedconfusedEnglishadjunable to think clearly or understandof a person
disorientedconfusedEnglishadjdisorientedof a person or animal
disorientedconfusedEnglishadjchaotic, jumbled or muddled
disorientedconfusedEnglishadjmaking no sense; illogical
disorientedconfusedEnglishadjembarrassed
départementArdennesEnglishnameA placename / forest and mountainous region in France, Belgium, Germany and Luxembourg.
départementArdennesEnglishnameA placename / Ellipsis of Ardennes Forest / Ardenne Forest / Forest of Ardennes.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
départementArdennesEnglishnameA placename / A range of hills in the Ardennes-Eiffel mountainous range
départementArdennesEnglishnameA placename / A department of Grand Est, France. Capital: Charleville-Mézières (INSEE code 08)
départementArdennesEnglishnameEllipsis of Battle of Ardennes or Battle of the Ardennes.abbreviation alt-of ellipsis
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjOf, resembling, relating to, or consisting of a name or names.not-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjAssigned to or bearing a person's name.not-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjExisting in name only.not-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjOf or relating to nominalism.human-sciences philosophy sciencesnot-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjInsignificantly small.not-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjOf or relating to the presumed or approximate value, rather than the actual value.not-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjOf, relating to, or being the amount or face value of a sum of money or a stock certificate, for example, and not the purchasing power or market value.business financenot-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjOf, relating to, or being the rate of interest or return without adjustment for compounding or inflation.business financenot-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjOf or relating to a noun or word group that functions as a noun.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciencesnot-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjAccording to plan or design.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesnot-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjWithout adjustment to remove the effects of inflation.economics science sciencesnot-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjHaving values whose order is insignificant.mathematics sciences statisticsnot-comparable of a variable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishadjOf a species, the species name without consideration of whether it is a junior synonym or in reality consists of more than one biological species.biology natural-sciences taxonomynot-comparable
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishnounA noun or word group that functions as part of a noun phrase.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishnounA part of speech that shares features with nouns and adjectives. (Depending on the language, it may comprise nouns, adjectives, possibly numerals, pronouns, and participles.)grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishnounA number (usually natural) used like a name; a numeric code or identifier. (See nominal number on Wikipedia.)
economics: without adjustment to remove the effects of inflationnominalEnglishnounA person listed in the Police National Computer database as having been convicted, cautioned or recently arrested.law-enforcement policeUK jargon
elementmercuryEnglishnounA metal. / A silvery-colored, toxic, metallic chemical element, liquid at room temperature, with atomic number 80 and symbol Hg.countable uncountable
elementmercuryEnglishnounA metal. / One of the elemental principles formerly thought to be present in all metals.sciencescountable historical uncountable
elementmercuryEnglishnounA metal. / Ambient pressure or temperature (from the use of mercury in barometers and thermometers).countable uncountable with-definite-article
elementmercuryEnglishnounA metal. / Liveliness, volatility.countable obsolete uncountable
elementmercuryEnglishnounAny of several types of plant. / An annual plant, annual mercury (Mercurialis annua), formerly grown for its medicinal properties; French mercury, herb mercury.countable uncountable
elementmercuryEnglishnounAny of several types of plant. / Any plant of any species of the genus and the genus Mercurialis.countable uncountable
elementmercuryEnglishnounAny of several types of plant. / A similar edible plant (Blitum bonus-henricus), otherwise known as English mercury or allgood.countable uncountable
elementmercuryEnglishnounAny of several types of plant. / The poison oak or poison ivy.US countable regional uncountable
embitteredsárIcelandicadjpainful, sore
embitteredsárIcelandicadjbitter, distressing
embitteredsárIcelandicadjhurt, offended, embittered
embitteredsárIcelandicnouna woundneuter
embitteredsárIcelandicnouncaskmasculine
employeesstaffEnglishnounA long, straight, thick wooden rod or stick, especially one used to assist in walking.countable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounA series of horizontal lines on which musical notes are written; a stave.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounThe employees of a business.countable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounA mixture of plaster and fibre used as a temporary exterior wall covering.ᵂuncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounA pole, stick, or wand borne as an ensign of authority; a badge of office.countable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounA pole upon which a flag is supported and displayed.countable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounThe rung of a ladder.archaic countable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounA series of verses so disposed that, when it is concluded, the same order begins again; a stanza; a stave.countable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounAn arbor, as of a wheel or a pinion of a watch.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounThe grooved director for the gorget, or knife, used in cutting for stone in the bladder.medicine sciences surgerycountable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounAn establishment of officers in various departments attached to an army, to a section of an army, or to the commander of an army. The general's staff consists of those officers about his person who are employed in carrying his commands into execution.government military politics warcountable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishnounA form of token once used, in combination with a ticket, for safe train movements between two points on a single line.rail-transport railways transportarchaic countable uncountable
employeesstaffEnglishverbTo supply (a business, volunteer organization, etc.) with employees or staff members.transitive
employeesstaffEnglishnounMisspelling of staph.alt-of misspelling
end of some ongoing situationgame overEnglishphraseA message signaling that the game has ended, usually because the player failed (for example by losing all of their lives) but sometimes following successful completion of the game.video-games
end of some ongoing situationgame overEnglishphraseThe end of some ongoing situation due to either failure or success, typically failure.broadly
end of some ongoing situationgame overEnglishnounAn appearance of a game over message.video-games
end of some ongoing situationgame overEnglishverbTo receive a 'game over' message.video-gamesintransitive rare
end of some ongoing situationgame overEnglishverbTo deliver to someone a 'game over' message.video-gamesrare transitive
end relationshipthrow overEnglishverbTo end a romantic/sexual relationship with.transitive
end relationshipthrow overEnglishverbTo discard or give up (a plan or project, etc.).transitive
especially sensitivesusceptibleEnglishadjLikely to be affected by something.
especially sensitivesusceptibleEnglishadjEasily influenced or tricked; credulous.
especially sensitivesusceptibleEnglishadjEspecially sensitive, particularly to a stimulus.medicine sciences
especially sensitivesusceptibleEnglishadjThat, when subjected to a specific operation, will yield a specific result.
especially sensitivesusceptibleEnglishadjVulnerable.
especially sensitivesusceptibleEnglishadjAmenable.
especially sensitivesusceptibleEnglishnounA person who is vulnerable to being infected by a certain diseaseepidemiology medicine sciences
expressed in more words than are necessaryperiphrasticEnglishadjExpressed in more words than are necessary.
expressed in more words than are necessaryperiphrasticEnglishadjIndirect in naming an entity; circumlocutory.
expressed in more words than are necessaryperiphrasticEnglishadjCharacterized by periphrasis.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
expression of painaïeFrenchintjinterjection expressing a sharp pain: ouch!
expression of painaïeFrenchintjinterjection expressing worry: dang!; oh dear
fine thread or wirefilamentEnglishnounA fine thread or wire.
fine thread or wirefilamentEnglishnounSuch a wire, as can be heated until it glows, in an incandescent light bulb or a thermionic valve.
fine thread or wirefilamentEnglishnounA massive, thread-like structure, such as those gaseous ones which extend outward from the surface of the sun, or such as those (much larger) ones which form the boundaries between large voids in the universe.astronomy natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
fine thread or wirefilamentEnglishnounThe stalk of a flower stamen, supporting the anther.biology botany natural-sciences
fine thread or wirefilamentEnglishnounA continuous object, limited in length only by its spool, and not cut to length.business manufacturing textiles
flowerpensamentCatalannounthoughtmasculine
flowerpensamentCatalannounpansymasculine
foolish undertakingfool's errandEnglishnounA foolish undertaking, especially one that is purposeless, fruitless, nonsensical, or certain to fail.idiomatic
foolish undertakingfool's errandEnglishnounSuch an undertaking, assigned as a prank.idiomatic
for GreekδημοτικήGreeknounany vernacular form of a language, in contrast to learned varietieshuman-sciences linguistics sciencesuncountable
for GreekδημοτικήGreeknounshortened form of δημοτική γλώσσα f (dimotikí glóssa, “Demotic Greek tongue”)human-sciences linguistics sciencesuncountable
for GreekδημοτικήGreekadjNominative, accusative and vocative feminine singular form of δημοτικός (dimotikós).: of the people
force another to acceptfoistEnglishverbTo introduce or insert surreptitiously or without warrant.transitive
force another to acceptfoistEnglishverbTo force another to accept especially by stealth or deceit.transitive
force another to acceptfoistEnglishverbTo pass off as genuine or worthy.transitive
force another to acceptfoistEnglishnounA thief or pickpocket.historical slang
force another to acceptfoistEnglishnounA light and fast-sailing ship.obsolete
force another to acceptfoistEnglishnounA cask for wine.obsolete
force another to acceptfoistEnglishnounFustiness; mustiness.
force another to acceptfoistEnglishadjPronunciation spelling of first.alt-of not-comparable pronunciation-spelling
form into one wholeintegrateEnglishverbTo form into one whole; to make entire; to complete; to renew; to restore; to perfect.
form into one wholeintegrateEnglishverbTo include as a constituent part or functionality.
form into one wholeintegrateEnglishverbTo indicate the whole of; to give the sum or total of; as, an integrating anemometer, one that indicates or registers the entire action of the wind in a given time.
form into one wholeintegrateEnglishverbTo subject to the operation of integration; to find the integral of an equation.mathematics sciences
form into one wholeintegrateEnglishverbTo desegregate, as a school or neighborhood.
form into one wholeintegrateEnglishverbTo combine compatible elements in order to incorporate them.biology genetics medicine natural-sciences sciences
four humourssanguineMiddle EnglishadjHaving a bloody-red hue; coloured in sanguine or a similar colour.
four humourssanguineMiddle EnglishadjUnder the influence of blood as a cardinal humour (inherently or in the current case)
four humourssanguineMiddle EnglishadjDue to the influence or presence of a dangerous profusion of blood.
four humourssanguineMiddle EnglishadjMade of or created from blood (as a humour); bloody.
four humourssanguineMiddle EnglishnounA bloody red colour; sanguine or blood red.
four humourssanguineMiddle EnglishnounA kind of fabric that is sanguine-coloured or the colour of blood.
four humourssanguineMiddle EnglishnounBlood as one of the four cardinal humours believed to influence health and mood.
four humourssanguineMiddle EnglishnounA swollen region or edema attributed to an excess of blood.rare
four humourssanguineMiddle EnglishnounA person primarily under the influence of blood as a cardinal humour.rare
fruit or seed of leguminous plantslegumeEnglishnounThe fruit or seed of leguminous plants (as peas or beans) used for food.biology botany natural-sciences
fruit or seed of leguminous plantslegumeEnglishnounAny of a large family (Fabaceae, syn. Leguminosae) of dicotyledonous herbs, shrubs, and trees having fruits that are legumes or loments, bearing nodules on the roots that contain nitrogen-fixing bacteria, and including important food and forage plants (as peas, beans, or clovers).biology botany natural-sciences
fruit or seed of leguminous plantslegumeEnglishnounA pod dehiscent into two pieces or valves, and having the seed attached at one suture, as that of the pea.biology botany natural-sciences
gang fightgang bangEnglishnounAn orgy, especially a sexual one.vulgar
gang fightgang bangEnglishnounA gang fight.US slang
gang fightgang bangEnglishnounProtecting gang turf, especially when dealing drugs or other black market objects.US slang
gang fightgang bangEnglishnounA gang rape.dated informal
genus LepiotabedlaCzechnounname of several genera of fungi from the family Agaricaceae / Chamaemycesfeminine
genus LepiotabedlaCzechnounname of several genera of fungi from the family Agaricaceae / Chlorophyllumfeminine
genus LepiotabedlaCzechnounname of several genera of fungi from the family Agaricaceae / Cystolepiotafeminine
genus LepiotabedlaCzechnounname of several genera of fungi from the family Agaricaceae / Echinodermafeminine
genus LepiotabedlaCzechnounname of several genera of fungi from the family Agaricaceae / genusfeminine
genus LepiotabedlaCzechnounname of several genera of fungi from the family Agaricaceae / Leucoagaricusfeminine
genus LepiotabedlaCzechnounname of several genera of fungi from the family Agaricaceae / Leucocoprinusfeminine
genus LepiotabedlaCzechnounname of several genera of fungi from the family Agaricaceae / Macrolepiotafeminine
genus in PolyporaceaePoriaTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Polyporaceae – certain fungi, now part of Perenniporia.feminine
genus in PolyporaceaePoriaTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Coccinellidae – certain small beetles.feminine
genus in PolyporaceaePoriaTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Canthocamptidae – now Hanikraia, a single species of crustacean.feminine
genus in PolyporaceaePoriaTranslingualnameA taxonomic genus within the family Hahniidae – now Porioides, certain dwarf sheet spiders.feminine
given nameAnthonyEnglishnameA male given name from Latin, in regular use since the Middle Ages.
given nameAnthonyEnglishnameA surname originating as a patronymic.
given nameAnthonyEnglishnameA city, the county seat of Harper County, Kansas, United States.
given nameAnthonyEnglishnameA city in New Mexico
given nameAnthonyEnglishnameA town in Texas
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To move forward quickly upon two feet by alternately making a short jump off either foot. (Compare walk.)intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To go at a fast pace; to move quickly.intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To cause to move quickly or lightly.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To compete in a race.intransitive transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To transport (someone or something), notionally at a brisk pace.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / Of a means of transportation: to travel (a route).intransitive transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To transit a length of a river, as in whitewater rafting.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / Of fish, to migrate for spawning.intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To carry (a football) down the field, as opposed to passing or kicking.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sportsintransitive transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To achieve or perform by running or as if by running.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To flee from a danger or towards help.intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To pass (without stopping), typically a stop signal, stop sign, or duty to yield the right of way.figuratively transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo move swiftly. / To juggle a pattern continuously, as opposed to starting and stopping quickly.arts hobbies juggling lifestyle performing-arts sportscolloquial transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo flow. / Of a liquid, to flow.chemistry engineering fluids natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsintransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo flow. / To move or spread quickly.chemistry engineering fluids natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsfiguratively intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo flow. / Of an object, to have a liquid flowing from it.chemistry engineering fluids natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsintransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo flow. / To make a liquid flow; to make liquid flow from or into an object.chemistry engineering fluids natural-sciences physical-sciences physicstransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo flow. / To become liquid; to melt.chemistry engineering fluids natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsintransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo flow. / To leak or spread in an undesirable fashion; to bleed (especially used of dye or paint).chemistry engineering fluids natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsintransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo flow. / To fuse; to shape; to mould; to cast.chemistry engineering fluids natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo sail before the wind, in distinction from reaching or sailing close-hauled.nautical transportof a vessel
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo control or manage; to be in charge of.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo be a candidate in an election.intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo make participate in certain kinds of competitions. / To make run in a race.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo make participate in certain kinds of competitions. / To make run in an election.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo exert continuous activity; to proceed.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo be presented in the media.intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo print or broadcast in the media.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo smuggle (illegal goods).transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo sort through a large volume of produce in quality control.agriculture business lifestyletransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo extend or persist, statically or dynamically, through space or time. / To extend in space or through a range (often with a measure phrase).intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo extend or persist, statically or dynamically, through space or time. / To extend in time, to last, to continue (usually with a measure phrase).intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo extend or persist, statically or dynamically, through space or time. / To make something extend in space.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo extend or persist, statically or dynamically, through space or time. / Of a machine, including computer programs, to be operating or working normally.intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo extend or persist, statically or dynamically, through space or time. / To make a machine operate.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo execute or carry out a plan, procedure, or program.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo pass or go quickly in thought or conversation.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo become different in a way mentioned (usually to become worse).copulative
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo cost a large amount of money.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbOf stitches or stitched clothing, to unravel.intransitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo cause stitched clothing to unravel.transitive
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo pursue in thought; to carry in contemplation.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo cause to enter; to thrust.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo drive or force; to cause, or permit, to be driven.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo cause to be drawn; to mark out; to indicate; to determine.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo encounter or incur (a danger or risk).
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo put at hazard; to venture; to risk.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo tease with sarcasms and ridicule.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo sew (a seam) by passing the needle through material in a continuous line, generally taking a series of stitches on the needle at the same time.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo control or have precedence in a card game.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo be in form thus, as a combination of words.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo be popularly known; to be generally received.archaic
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo have growth or development.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo tend, as to an effect or consequence; to incline.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo have a legal course; to be attached; to continue in force, effect, or operation; to follow; to go in company.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo encounter or suffer (a particular, usually bad, fate or misfortune).
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo strike (the ball) in such a way as to cause it to run along the ground, as when approaching a hole.golf hobbies lifestyle sports
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo speedrun.video-gamesrare
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbTo eject from a game or match.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sportsespecially
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounAct or instance of running, of moving rapidly using the feet.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounAct or instance of hurrying (to or from a place) (not necessarily on foot); dash or errand, trip.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA pleasure trip.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounFlight, instance or period of fleeing.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounMigration (of fish).
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA group of fish that migrate, or ascend a river for the purpose of spawning.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA literal or figurative path or course for movement relating to: / A (regular) trip or route.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA literal or figurative path or course for movement relating to: / The route taken while running or skiing.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA literal or figurative path or course for movement relating to: / A single trip down a hill, as in skiing and bobsledding.hobbies lifestyle skiing sports
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA literal or figurative path or course for movement relating to: / The distance sailed by a ship.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA literal or figurative path or course for movement relating to: / A voyage.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA literal or figurative path or course for movement relating to: / A trial.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA literal or figurative path or course for movement relating to: / The execution of a program or modelcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA literal or figurative path or course for movement relating to: / A playthrough, or attempted playthrough; a session of play.video-games
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounUnrestricted use. Only used in have the run of.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounAn enclosure for an animal; a track or path along which something can travel.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA rural landholding for farming, usually for running sheep, and operated by a runholder.Australia New-Zealand
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounState of being current; currency; popularity.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounContinuous or sequential / A continuous period (of time) marked by a trend; a period marked by a continuing trend.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounContinuous or sequential / A series of tries in a game that were successful.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounContinuous or sequential / A production quantity (such as in a factory).
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounContinuous or sequential / The period of showing of a play, film, TV series, etc.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounContinuous or sequential / A period of extended (usually daily) drug use.slang
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounContinuous or sequential / A sequence of cards in a suit in a card game.card-games games
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounContinuous or sequential / A rapid passage in music, especially along a scale.entertainment lifestyle music
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA flow of liquid; a leak.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA small creek or part thereof. (Compare Southern US branch and New York and New England brook.)Pennsylvania Virginia West
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA quick pace, faster than a walk.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA quick pace, faster than a walk. / A fast gallop.of horses
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA sudden series of demands on a bank or other financial institution, especially characterised by great withdrawals.banking business
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounAny sudden large demand for something.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounVarious horizontal dimensions or surfaces / The top of a step on a staircase, also called a tread, as opposed to the rise.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounVarious horizontal dimensions or surfaces / The horizontal length of a set of stairs
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounVarious horizontal dimensions or surfaces / Horizontal dimension of a slope.business construction manufacturing
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA standard or unexceptional group or category.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounIn sports / A score when a runner touches all bases legally; the act of a runner scoring.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounIn sports / The act of passing from one wicket to another; the point scored for this.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounIn sports / A running play.American-football ball-games football games hobbies lifestyle sports
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounIn sports / The movement communicated to a golf ball by running it.golf hobbies lifestyle sports
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounIn sports / The distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a stroke.golf hobbies lifestyle sports
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounIn sports / The distance drilled with a bit, in oil drilling.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA line of knit stitches that have unravelled, particularly in a nylon stocking.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounThe stern of the underwater body of a ship from where it begins to curve upward and inward.nautical transport
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounThe horizontal distance to which a drift may be carried, either by licence of the proprietor of a mine or by the nature of the formation; also, the direction which a vein of ore or other substance takes.business mining
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounA pair or set of millstones.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishnounShortening of speedrun.
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishadjIn a liquid state; melted or molten.not-comparable
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishadjCast in a mould.not-comparable
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishadjExhausted; depleted (especially with "down" or "out").not-comparable
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishadjTravelled, migrated; having made a migration or a spawning run.not-comparable of a zoology
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishadjSmuggled.not-comparable
golf: distance a ball travels after touching the ground from a strokerunEnglishverbpast participle of rinform-of participle past
goodnessgunaIndonesiannounbenefit
goodnessgunaIndonesiannounpurpose, function
goodnessgunaIndonesiannoungoodness
goodnessgunaIndonesianprepfor
grammar: degreecomparativeEnglishadjOf or relating to comparison.
grammar: degreecomparativeEnglishadjUsing comparison as a method of study, or founded on something using it.
grammar: degreecomparativeEnglishadjApproximated by comparison; relative.
grammar: degreecomparativeEnglishadjComparable; bearing comparison.obsolete
grammar: degreecomparativeEnglishnounA construction showing a relative quality, in English usually formed by adding more or appending -er. For example, the comparative of green is greener; of evil, more evil.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
grammar: degreecomparativeEnglishnounA word in the comparative form.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
grammar: degreecomparativeEnglishnounData used to make a comparison.in-plural
grammar: degreecomparativeEnglishnounAn equal; a rival; a compeer.obsolete
grammar: degreecomparativeEnglishnounOne who makes comparisons; one who affects wit.obsolete
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe interior bottom or surface of a house or building; the supporting surface of a room.
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe bottom surface of a natural structure, entity, or space (e.g. cave, forest, ocean, desert, etc.); the ground (surface of the Earth).biology geography geology natural-scienceswith a modifier
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe ground.UK colloquial dialectal
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounA structure formed of beams, girders, etc, with proper covering, which divides a building horizontally into storeys/stories.architecture business construction manufacturing
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe supporting surface or platform of a structure such as a bridge.
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounA storey/story of a building.architecture
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounIn a parliament, the part of the house assigned to the members, as opposed to the viewing gallery.
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe right to speak at a given time during a debate or other public event.broadly
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThat part of the bottom of a vessel on each side of the keelson which is most nearly horizontal.nautical transport
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounA horizontal, flat ore body; the rock underlying a stratified or nearly horizontal deposit.business mining
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe bottom of a pit, pothole or mine.business mining
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe largest integer less than or equal to a given number.mathematics sciences
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounAn event performed on a floor-like carpeted surface; floor exercisegymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounA floor-like carpeted surface for performing gymnastic movements.gymnastics hobbies lifestyle sports
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounA lower limit on the interest rate payable on an otherwise variable-rate loan, used by lenders to defend against falls in interest rates. Opposite of a cap.business finance
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounA dance floor.
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe trading floor of a stock exchange, pit; the area in which business is conducted at a convention or exhibition.
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe area of a casino where gambling occurs.
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishnounThe area of an establishment where food and drink are served to customers.
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishverbTo cover or furnish with a floor.transitive
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishverbTo strike down or lay level with the floor; to knock down.
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishverbTo hang (a picture on exhibition) near the base of a wall, where it cannot easily be seen.dated informal
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishverbTo push (a pedal) down to the floor, especially to accelerate.slang transitive
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishverbTo silence by a conclusive answer or retort.informal transitive
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishverbTo amaze or greatly surprise.informal transitive
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishverbTo finish or make an end of.colloquial transitive
gymnastics: floor-like carpeted surfacefloorEnglishverbTo set a lower bound.mathematics sciences
hard disc componentplatterEnglishnounA tray for serving foods.
hard disc componentplatterEnglishnounA main dish and side dishes served together on one plate.
hard disc componentplatterEnglishnounThe hard surface of a turntable on which a gramophone record rests when being played.
hard disc componentplatterEnglishnounA vinyl record.
hard disc componentplatterEnglishnounOne of possibly many disks on which data is stored in a mechanical hard drive.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
hard disc componentplatterEnglishnounOne who plats/plaits or braids.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjHaving a small distance from one end or edge to another, either horizontally or vertically.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjOf comparatively small height.of a person
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjHaving little duration.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjOf a word or phrase, constituting an abbreviation (for another) or shortened form (of another).followed by for
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjthat is relatively close to the batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsof a fielder or fielding position
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjbowled so that it bounces relatively far from the batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsof a ball
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjthat falls short of the green or the hole.golf hobbies lifestyle sportsof an approach shot or putt
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjOf betting odds, offering a small return for the money wagered.gambling games
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjBrittle, crumbly. (See shortbread, shortcake, shortcrust, shortening, hot short, cold-short.)baking cooking engineering food lifestyle metallurgy natural-sciences physical-sciencesof pastries
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjAbrupt; brief; pointed; petulant.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjLimited in quantity; inadequate; insufficient; scanty.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjInsufficiently provided; inadequately supplied, especially with money; scantily furnished; lacking.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjDeficient; less; not coming up to a measure or standard.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjUndiluted; neat.colloquial
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjNot distant in time; near at hand.obsolete
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjBeing in a financial investment position that is structured to be profitable if the price of the underlying security declines in the future.business finance
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjDoubtful of, skeptical of.broadly
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadjOf money: given in the fewest possible notes, i.e. those of the largest denomination.business financedated
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvAbruptly, curtly, briefly.not-comparable
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvUnawares.not-comparable
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvWithout achieving a goal or requirement.not-comparable
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvRelatively far from the batsman and hence bouncing higher than normal; opposite of full.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsnot-comparable of the manner of bounce of a cricket ball
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishadvWith a negative ownership position.business financenot-comparable
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short circuit.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short film.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short version of a garment in a particular size.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA shortstop.ball-games baseball games hobbies lifestyle sports
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short seller.business finance
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short sale or short position.business finance
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA summary account.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounA short sound, syllable, or vowel.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounAn integer variable having a smaller range than normal integers; usually two bytes long.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciences
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishnounAn automobile; especially in crack shorts, to break into automobiles.US slang
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo cause a short circuit in (something).transitive
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo short circuit.intransitive of an electrical circuit
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo shortchange.transitive
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo provide with a smaller than agreed or labeled amount.informal transitive
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo sell something, especially securities, that one does not own at the moment for delivery at a later date in hopes of profiting from a decline in the price; to sell short.businesstransitive
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishverbTo shorten.obsolete
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishprepDeficient in.
having a small distance from one end or edge to anothershortEnglishprepHaving a negative position in.business finance
having a tendency to talk back in a cheeky or impertinent mannerlippyEnglishadjHaving prominent lips.informal
having a tendency to talk back in a cheeky or impertinent mannerlippyEnglishadjHaving a tendency to talk back in a cheeky or impertinent manner.informal
having a tendency to talk back in a cheeky or impertinent mannerlippyEnglishnounLip gloss or lipstick; (countable) a stick of this product.Britain New-Zealand also colloquial uncountable
having a tendency to talk back in a cheeky or impertinent mannerlippyEnglishnounAn old dry measure amounting to one quarter of a peck (for goods sold by weight, 1¾ pounds or about four-fifths of a kilogram); also, a container of that capacity.Scotland historical
having an affinity for silverargentophilEnglishadjHaving an affinity for silver.not-comparable
having an affinity for silverargentophilEnglishadjargyrophilbiology cytology medicine natural-sciences sciencesnot-comparable
having an unconventional formfree-formEnglishadjHaving an unconventional, variable or asymmetric form.
having an unconventional formfree-formEnglishadjReferring to a roleplaying game which does not use a formal system of rules.
having an unconventional formfree-formEnglishnounA free-form shape or artwork.
having four handsfourhandedEnglishadjHaving four hands; quadrumanous.not-comparable
having four handsfourhandedEnglishadjRequiring four hands.not-comparable
having four handsfourhandedEnglishadjRequiring or involving four people.not-comparable
having the ability to germinategerminativeEnglishadjOf or pertaining to germination
having the ability to germinategerminativeEnglishadjHaving the ability to germinate
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjHaving the power or quality of acting; causing change; communicating action or motion; acting;—opposed to passive, that receives.
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjQuick in physical movement; of an agile and vigorous body; nimble.
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjIn action; actually proceeding; working; in force
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjIn action; actually proceeding; working; in force / Emitting hot materials, such as lava, smoke, or steam, or producing tremors.of certain geological features specifically
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjGiven to action; constantly engaged in action; energetic; diligent; busy
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjRequiring or implying action or exertion
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjGiven to action rather than contemplation; practical; operative
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjBrisk; lively.
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjImplying or producing rapid action.
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjAbout verbs. / Applied to a form of the verb; — opposed to passive. See active voice.grammar heading human-sciences linguistics sciences
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjAbout verbs. / Applied to verbs which assert that the subject acts upon or affects something else; transitive.grammar heading human-sciences linguistics sciences
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjAbout verbs. / Applied to all verbs that express action as distinct from mere existence or state.grammar heading human-sciences linguistics sciences
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjEligible to be processed by a compiler or interpreter.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesof source code
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadjNot passive.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishadj(of a homosexual man) enjoying a role in anal sex in which he penetrates, rather than being penetrated by his partner.
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishnounA person or thing that is acting or capable of acting.
having the quality or power of actingactiveEnglishnounAny component that is not passive. See Passivity (engineering).business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
henceheretoEnglishadvTo here; to this.archaic not-comparable
henceheretoEnglishadvYet; so far.archaic not-comparable
henceheretoEnglishadvRegarding this subject.archaic not-comparable
hoofcascCatalannounhelmet (protective headgear)masculine
hoofcascCatalannouncrownanatomy medicine sciencesmasculine
hoofcascCatalannounhelmet (feature on a coat of arms)government heraldry hobbies lifestyle monarchy nobility politicsmasculine
hoofcascCatalannounhood dryer (hairdryer which covers the entire head)masculine
hoofcascCatalannounheadphonesin-plural masculine
hoofcascCatalannouncask, bottlemasculine
hoofcascCatalannounhoof (of equids)masculine
hoofcascCatalannountown centremasculine
house with inexpensive apartmentsrooming houseEnglishnounA house which lets out furnished apartments.
house with inexpensive apartmentsrooming houseEnglishnounA building with small, basic, inexpensive apartments for rent, often without en-suite bathrooms.
ill-conceived ideathought bubbleEnglishnounA rounded or cloud-shaped outline, usually containing words, representing thought in a cartoon.
ill-conceived ideathought bubbleEnglishnounAn ill-conceived idea.idiomatic
imaginary invisible wall in theatrefourth wallEnglishnounThe imaginary invisible wall at the front of the stage in a proscenium theatre, through which the audience sees the action in the world of the play.idiomatic
imaginary invisible wall in theatrefourth wallEnglishnounThe boundary between the fiction and the audience.broadly
intheretoEnglishadvTo that.formal not-comparable
intheretoEnglishadvTo it.archaic not-comparable poetic
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounA piece of fur or cloth, usually with open ends, used for keeping the hands warm.historical
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounFemale pubic hair; female genitals (vulva, vagina), like muffin. See Thesaurus:vagina.slang vulgar
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounA woman or girl.broadly slang vulgar
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounA blown cylinder of glass which is afterward flattened out to make a sheet.arts crafts glassblowing hobbies lifestyle
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounThe feathers sticking out from both sides of the face under the beak of some birds.
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounA short hollow cylinder surrounding an object such as a pipe.
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounA fool, a stupid or poor-spirited person.colloquial
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounAn error, a mistake; a failure to hold a ball when once in the hands.hobbies lifestyle sportsslang
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounA bird, the whitethroat.
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishverbTo drop or mishandle (the ball, a catch etc.); to play badly.hobbies lifestyle sports
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishverbTo mishandle; to bungle.
in American football, to drop or mishandle the ballmuffEnglishnounA muffin.slang
in a morbid manner — see also morbidly, sinisterlydarklyEnglishadvWith insufficient light for easy discernment or comprehension
in a morbid manner — see also morbidly, sinisterlydarklyEnglishadvWith a dark appearance
in a morbid manner — see also morbidly, sinisterlydarklyEnglishadvIn a manner which is not readily visible or noticeable; inconspicuouslyfiguratively
in a morbid manner — see also morbidly, sinisterlydarklyEnglishadvIn a manner which retards or prevents discernment; clandestinelyfiguratively
in a morbid manner — see also morbidly, sinisterlydarklyEnglishadvIn a manner which is difficult to understand, or which retards or prevents understanding; incomprehensiblyfiguratively
in a morbid manner — see also morbidly, sinisterlydarklyEnglishadvIn a manner which tends to produce uncertainty or confusion; bewilderinglyfiguratively
in a morbid manner — see also morbidly, sinisterlydarklyEnglishadvIn a manner which produces an inward conviction of future misfortune; ominouslyfiguratively
in a morbid manner — see also morbidly, sinisterlydarklyEnglishadvIn a morbid manner; morbidly, sinisterlyfiguratively
in a morbid manner — see also morbidly, sinisterlydarklyEnglishadjRelating to darkness or obscurity.poetic
influential starsศุกร์Thainoun(ดาว~, ดาวพระ~, พระ~) Venus: planet.astronomy natural-sciences
influential starsศุกร์Thainoun(พระ~) Venus: god of love.human-sciences mysticism mythology philosophy sciencesRoman
influential starsศุกร์Thainoun(พระ~) Śukra: god of wealth.Hinduism
influential starsศุกร์Thainoun(ดาว~, ดาวพระ~, พระ~) Śukra: the eighth of the nine influential stars navagraha.
influential starsศุกร์ThainounFriday. Abbreviation: ศ. (sɔ̌ɔ)
insane; crazybaliwTagalogadjinsane; crazy; mad
insane; crazybaliwTagalognouncrazy person; lunatic; maniac
insane; crazybaliwTagalogadjcruel; brutal
insane; crazybaliwTagalognouncruel person; brutal person
insane; crazybaliwTagalognounmatting; matobsolete
instance of repeatingrepetitionEnglishnounThe act or an instance of repeating or being repeated.countable uncountable
instance of repeatingrepetitionEnglishnounThe act of performing a single, controlled exercise motion. A group of repetitions is a set.hobbies lifestyle sports weightliftingcountable uncountable
instance of repeatingrepetitionEnglishverbTo petition again.
intended to combat or reduce seizuresantiseizureEnglishadjIntended to combat or reduce seizures.medicine pharmacology sciencesnot-comparable
intended to combat or reduce seizuresantiseizureEnglishadjPreventing goods etc. from being seized.not-comparable
intenseconcentratedEnglishadjNot dilute; having a high concentration.
intenseconcentratedEnglishadjIntense; directed towards a specific location.
intenseconcentratedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of concentrateform-of participle past
interlanguage based on Romance languagesInterlinguaEnglishnameA constructed interlanguage based on Romance languages, English, German, Russian and Latin, developed by the International Auxiliary Language Association, and first published in 1951.
interlanguage based on Romance languagesInterlinguaEnglishnameLatino sine flexione, a simplified version of Latin by Giuseppe Peano
intransitive: perform a snowplow in skiingsnowplowEnglishnounA motorized vehicle that is used to push snow off flat surfaces such as roads and parking lots.US
intransitive: perform a snowplow in skiingsnowplowEnglishnounA device attached to a vehicle to enable it to be used for removing snow.US
intransitive: perform a snowplow in skiingsnowplowEnglishnounA maneuver in which the tips of the skis or skates point inwards and the back ends point outwards.hobbies lifestyle skating skiing sportsUS
intransitive: perform a snowplow in skiingsnowplowEnglishverbTo clear (roads, etc) using a snowplow.US transitive
intransitive: perform a snowplow in skiingsnowplowEnglishverbTo perform a snowplow in skiing.US intransitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo use or experience the sense of touch. / To become aware of through the skin; to use the sense of touch on.headingcopulative transitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo use or experience the sense of touch. / To find one's way (literally or figuratively) by touching or using cautious movements.headingtransitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo use or experience the sense of touch. / To receive information by touch or by any neurons other than those responsible for sight, smell, taste, or hearing.headingintransitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo use or experience the sense of touch. / To search by sense of touch.headingintransitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo sense or think emotionally or judgmentally. / To experience an emotion or other mental state about.headingtransitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo sense or think emotionally or judgmentally. / To think, believe, or have an impression concerning.headingtransitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo sense or think emotionally or judgmentally. / To experience an emotion or other mental state.headingcopulative intransitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo sense or think emotionally or judgmentally. / To sympathise; to have the sensibilities moved or affected.headingintransitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo be or become aware of.transitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo experience the consequences of.transitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo seem (through touch or otherwise).copulative
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishverbTo understand.US slang transitive
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishnounThe sense of touch.archaic
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishnounA perception experienced mainly or solely through the sense of touch.
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishnounA vague mental impression.
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishnounAn act of fondling.
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishnounA vague understanding.
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishnounAn intuitive ability.
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishnounA feeling; an emotion.US slang
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishpronAlternative form of felealt-of alternative dialectal obsolete
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishadjAlternative form of felealt-of alternative dialectal not-comparable obsolete
intransitive: to experience an emotion or other mental statefeelEnglishadvAlternative form of felealt-of alternative dialectal not-comparable obsolete
junk maililmaisjakelupostiFinnishnounAny mass-distributed unsolicited printed material that is delivered to the recipient as mail; consists chiefly of free newspapers and advertising mail.
junk maililmaisjakelupostiFinnishnounjunk mail (such mail as perceived by many recipients)
kidneymunaskuuFinnishnounkidneyarchaic
kidneymunaskuuFinnishnoungut, guts (the imagined seat within the body of instinctive feeling)idiomatic plural plural-only
kidneymunaskuuFinnishnounkidney, rein (used in several Biblical passages where God is said to know a person thoroughly; thence used idiomatically)biblical lifestyle religionarchaic idiomatic
kidneymunaskuuFinnishnountesticlescolloquial plural plural-only
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA circular wooden vessel, made of hooped staves.countable uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA kind of basket made especially from straw of rushes, especially for holding fish; by extension, the contents of such a basket or similar container, used as a measure of weight.countable uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA collection of items forming the equipment of a soldier, carried in a knapsack.countable uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounAny collection of items needed for a specific purpose, especially for use by a workman, or personal effects packed for travelling.countable uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA collection of parts sold for the buyer to assemble.countable uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounThe standard set of clothing, accessories and equipment worn by players.hobbies lifestyle sportsUK countable uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounClothing.UK countable informal uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA full software distribution, as opposed to a patch or upgrade.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable informal uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounThe set of skills and abilities chosen for a playable character.video-gamescountable uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA drum kit.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounThe whole set; kit and caboodle.countable dated uncountable
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishverbTo assemble or collect something into kits.transitive
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishverbTo equip (somebody) with something.transitive
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA kitten (young cat).
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA kit fox.
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA young beaver.
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA young skunk.
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA young ferret.
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA young rabbit.
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA young weasel
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounSynonym of kit violin
kind of basket made from straw of rusheskitEnglishnounA school of pigeons, especially domesticated, trained pigeons.
lacking sense or meaninginaneEnglishadjLacking sense or meaning (often to the point of boredom or annoyance)
lacking sense or meaninginaneEnglishadjPurposeless; pointless
lacking sense or meaninginaneEnglishnounThat which is void or empty.
lacking skill in physical movementham-fistedEnglishadjLacking skill in physical movement, especially with the hands.
lacking skill in physical movementham-fistedEnglishadjLacking skill in general.broadly
law: an instrument transferring titleconveyanceEnglishnounAn act or instance of conveying.countable uncountable
law: an instrument transferring titleconveyanceEnglishnounAn act or instance of conveying. / A manner of conveying one's thoughts, a style of communication.archaic countable uncountable
law: an instrument transferring titleconveyanceEnglishnounA means of transporting, especially a vehicle.countable uncountable
law: an instrument transferring titleconveyanceEnglishnounAn instrument transferring title of an object from one person or group of persons to another.lawcountable uncountable
law: an instrument transferring titleconveyanceEnglishverbTo transfer (the title) of an object from one person or group of persons to another.lawtransitive
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjSensitive or painful to the touch.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjEasily bruised or injured; not firm or hard; delicate.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjPhysically weak; not able to endure hardship.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjSoft and easily chewed.of food
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjSensible to impression and pain; easily pained.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjFond, loving, gentle, or sweet.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjYoung and inexperienced.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjAdapted to excite feeling or sympathy; expressive of the softer passions; pathetic.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjApt to give pain; causing grief or pain; delicate.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjHeeling over too easily when under sail; said of a vessel.nautical transport
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjExciting kind concern; dear; precious.obsolete
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadjCareful to keep inviolate, or not to injure; used with of.obsolete
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounCare, kind concern, regard.countable obsolete uncountable
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounThe inner flight muscle (pectoralis minor) of poultry.countable uncountable
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishadvtenderly
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishverbTo make tender or delicate; to weaken.archaic
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishverbTo feel tenderly towards; to regard fondly or with consideration.archaic
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounSomeone who tends or waits on someone.obsolete
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounA railroad car towed behind a steam engine to carry fuel and water.rail-transport railways transport
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounA naval ship that functions as a mobile base for other ships.nautical transport
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounA smaller boat used for transportation between a large ship and the shore.nautical transport
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounA member of a diving team who assists a diver during a dive but does not themselves go underwater.diving hobbies lifestyle sports
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishverbTo work on a tender.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounAnything which is offered, proffered, put forth or bid with the expectation of a response, answer, or reply.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounA means of payment such as a check or cheque, cash or credit card.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounA formal offer to buy or sell something.law
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishnounAny offer or proposal made for acceptance.
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishverbTo offer, to give.formal
law: an offer to buy or sell somethingtenderEnglishverbTo offer a payment, as at sales or auctions.
laws of nature大器Chinesenountreasure (especially jade tablets, stone ornaments, bells, cauldrons, etc.)archaic
laws of nature大器Chinesenounlaws of nature; laws of heavenhuman-sciences philosophy sciencesarchaic
laws of nature大器Chinesenounperson of great talentfiguratively
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishnounA narrow ledge or shelf, as along the top or bottom of a slope.
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishnounA raised bank or path, especially the bank of a canal opposite the towpath.
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishnounOne of the flat terraces on the slope of an open-pit mine.business miningAustralia
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishnounA terrace or shelf of sand along a beach, formed above the high tide water level by wave action.
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishnounA long mound or bank of earth, used especially as a barrier or to provide insulation.
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishnounA small wall along the edge of a bench of an open-pit mine, intended to prevent items falling over the crest.business miningCanada US
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishnounA ledge between the parapet and the moat in a fortification.
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishnounA strip of land between a street and sidewalk.New-Zealand Pennsylvania
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishnounThe edge of a road.Pennsylvania Western
ledge between the parapet and the moatbermEnglishverbTo provide something with a berm
leftover goods for saleodd lotEnglishnounA block of shares of stock that is not a multiple of some number, usually 100.business finance
leftover goods for saleodd lotEnglishnounA set of leftover goods, of a quantity less than an evenly divisible shippable unit, often sold at reduced price.economics science sciences
locatedinterredEnglishadjHaving been interred.not-comparable
locatedinterredEnglishadjLocated.not-comparable of a buried corpse
locatedinterredEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of interform-of participle past
looplykkjaIcelandicnounloopfeminine
looplykkjaIcelandicnounnoosefeminine
looplykkjaIcelandicnounstitch, loopbusiness knitting manufacturing textilesfeminine
looplykkjaIcelandicnounloopcomputing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences programming sciencesfeminine
major riverColoradoEnglishnameA major river of western North America, running from the Rocky Mountains in the United States to the Gulf of California in Mexico.
major riverColoradoEnglishnameA state in the western United States, the 38th state. Capital and largest city: Denver.
major riverColoradoEnglishnameA river in Texas in the United States, flowing into the Gulf of Mexico.
major riverColoradoEnglishnameA river in southern Argentina, running from the Andes into the Atlantic.
major riverColoradoEnglishnameSeveral settlements in the Americas. / A municipality of Paraná, Brazil.
major riverColoradoEnglishnameSeveral settlements in the Americas. / A municipality of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.
major riverColoradoEnglishnameSeveral settlements in the Americas. / A village in the Dominican Republic.
major riverColoradoEnglishnameSeveral settlements in the Americas. / An unincorporated community in Texas, United States.
major riverColoradoEnglishnameThe Territory of Colorado, a former territory of the United States.historical
major riverColoradoEnglishnameA ghost town in California, United States.historical
mark on the sungranuleEnglishnounA tiny grain, a small particle.
mark on the sungranuleEnglishnounA small structure in a cell.biology natural-sciences
mark on the sungranuleEnglishnounA particle from 2 to 4 mm in diameter, following the Wentworth scalegeography geology natural-sciences
mark on the sungranuleEnglishnouna small mark in the photosphere of the sun caused by convection currents. See also Wikipedia:Granule (solar physics).astronomy natural-sciences
medieval taxtallageEnglishnounAn impost.countable uncountable
medieval taxtallageEnglishnounA certain rate or tax paid by barons, knights, and inferior tenants toward the public expenses.lawUK countable historical obsolete uncountable
medieval taxtallageEnglishverbTo lay an impost upon.
medieval taxtallageEnglishverbTo cause to pay tallage.
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / Mental or emotional aptitude or skill.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / Mind; one's own thoughts.countable figuratively metonymically uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / A headache; especially one resulting from intoxication.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / A headdress; a covering for the head.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / An individual person.countable figuratively metonymically uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / A single animal.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / The population of game.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs. / To do with heads. / The antlers of a deer.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe part of the body of an animal or human which contains the brain, mouth, and main sense organs.countable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end of a table. / The end of a rectangular table furthest from the entrance; traditionally considered a seat of honor.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end of a table. / The end of a pool table opposite the end where the balls have been racked.ball-games billiards games hobbies lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The end of a hammer, axe, golf club, or similar implement used for striking other objects.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The end of a nail, screw, bolt, or similar fastener which is opposite the point; usually blunt and relatively wide.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The sharp end of an arrow, spear, or pointer.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The top part of a lacrosse stick that holds the ball.ball-games games hobbies lacrosse lifestyle sportscountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / A drum head, the membrane which is hit to produce sound.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / A machine element which reads or writes electromagnetic signals to or from a storage medium.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The part of a disk drive responsible for reading and writing data.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / The cylinder head, a platform above the cylinders in an internal combustion engine, containing the valves and spark plugs.automotive transport vehiclescountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The principal operative part of a machine or tool. / A milling head, a part of a milling machine that houses the spindle.engineering machining mechanical-engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The foam that forms on top of beer or other carbonated beverages.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end cap of a cylindrically-shaped pressure vessel.engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencescountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end cap of a cask or other barrel.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The uppermost part of a valley.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / Deposits near the top of a geological succession.geography geology natural-sciencesBritain countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / Short for headline.journalism mediaabbreviation alt-of countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The end of an abscess where pus collects.medicine sciencescountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / The headstock of a guitar.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / A leading component. / The top edge of a sail.nautical transportcountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / A leading component. / The bow of a vessel.nautical transportcountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part. / A headland.Britain countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe topmost, foremost, or leading part.countable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA leader or expert. / The place of honour, or of command; the most important or foremost position; the front.countable metonymically uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA leader or expert. / Leader; chief; mastermind.countable metonymically uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA leader or expert. / A headmaster or headmistress.countable metonymically uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA leader or expert. / A person with an extensive knowledge of hip hop.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable figuratively metonymically slang uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / The source of a river; the end of a lake where a river flows into it.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / A clump of seeds, leaves or flowers; a capitulum. / An ear of wheat, barley, or other small cereal.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / A clump of seeds, leaves or flowers; a capitulum. / The leafy top part of a tree.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / A clump of seeds, leaves or flowers; a capitulum.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / The rounded part of a bone fitting into a depression in another bone to form a ball-and-socket joint.anatomy medicine sciencescountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / The toilet of a ship.nautical transportcountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A beginning or end, a protuberance. / Tiles laid at the eaves of a house.countable in-plural uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A component. / The principal melody or theme of a piece.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA significant or important part. / A component. / A morpheme that determines the category of a compound or the word that determines the syntactic type of the phrase of which it is a member.human-sciences linguistics sciencescountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounHeadway; progress.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounTopic; subject.countable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounDenouement; crisis.countable singular uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounPressure and energy. / A buildup of fluid pressure, often quantified as pressure head.fluid-dynamics natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounPressure and energy. / The difference in elevation between two points in a column of fluid, and the resulting pressure of the fluid at the lower point.fluid-dynamics natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounPressure and energy. / More generally, energy in a mass of fluid divided by its weight.fluid-dynamics natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounFellatio or cunnilingus; oral sex.slang uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounThe glans penis.countable slang uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounA heavy or habitual user of illicit drugs.countable slang
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishnounPower; armed force.countable obsolete uncountable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishadjOf, relating to, or intended for the head.not-comparable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo be in command of. (See also head up.)transitive
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo come at the beginning or front of; to commence.transitive
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo strike with the head; as in soccer, to head the balltransitive
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo move in a specified direction.intransitive
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo remove the head from a fish.fishing hobbies lifestyle
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo originate; to spring; to have its course, as a river.intransitive
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo form a head.intransitive
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo form a head to; to fit or furnish with a head.transitive
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo cut off the top of; to lop off.transitive
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo behead; to decapitate.obsolete transitive
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo go in front of.
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo get in the front of, so as to hinder or stop; to oppose.
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo check or restrain.broadly
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishverbTo set on the head.
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishadjForemost in rank or importance.not-comparable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishadjPlaced at the top or the front.not-comparable
mental aptitude or talentheadEnglishadjComing from in front.not-comparable
messagemeldingNorwegian Nynorsknounthe act of reportingfeminine
messagemeldingNorwegian Nynorsknounmessage, reportfeminine
messagemeldingNorwegian Nynorsknounreview, evaluationfeminine
messagemeldingNorwegian Nynorsknounan announcementfeminine
military unitsfrontHungariannounfront (an area where armies are engaged in conflict)government military politics war
military unitsfrontHungariannouna unit composed of several, normally three, army groups, cf. German Front, [2a] / a unit composed of several, normally three, army groups, cf. German Front,government military politics war
military unitsfrontHungariannounfront (the interface or transition zone between two airmasses of different density)climatology meteorology natural-sciences
military unitsfrontHungariannounfront, face (the side of a building with the main entrance)architecture
minor woundbaksheeshEnglishnounIn the Middle East or southwest Asia: a bribe or tip.uncountable usually
minor woundbaksheeshEnglishnounA minor wound that is severe enough to get a soldier sent away from the front.government military politics warslang uncountable usually
minor woundbaksheeshEnglishverbTo bribe with a baksheesh.
mischievous and playfulroguishEnglishadjUnprincipled or unscrupulous.
mischievous and playfulroguishEnglishadjMischievous and playful.
mischievous and playfulroguishEnglishadjMischievously and playfully unprincipled or unscrupulous.
mournful poem or piece of musicdirgeEnglishnounA mournful poem or piece of music composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person.
mournful poem or piece of musicdirgeEnglishnounA song or piece of music that is considered too slow, bland or boring.informal
mournful poem or piece of musicdirgeEnglishverbTo sing dirges
mushroombureteRomaniannounsponge (cleaning item)masculine
mushroombureteRomaniannounsponge (sea creature)masculine
mushroombureteRomaniannouna species of mushroommasculine
neat; eloquent; applicable; relevantpoignantEnglishadjSharp-pointed; keen.obsolete of a weapon usually
neat; eloquent; applicable; relevantpoignantEnglishadjNeat; eloquent; applicable; relevant.
neat; eloquent; applicable; relevantpoignantEnglishadjEvoking strong mental sensation, to the point of distress; emotionally moving.
neat; eloquent; applicable; relevantpoignantEnglishadjPiquant, pungent.figuratively of a smell
neat; eloquent; applicable; relevantpoignantEnglishadjIncisive; penetrating; piercing.figuratively of a look
neat; eloquent; applicable; relevantpoignantEnglishadjInducing sharp physical pain.Britain dated
negative form, "not all there": mentally incompetentall thereEnglishadjMentally competent; not absent-minded or insane.idiomatic
negative form, "not all there": mentally incompetentall thereEnglishadjUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see all, there.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjHaving an absolute or (more often) relative lack of light. / Extinguished.of a source of light
nightfalldarkEnglishadjHaving an absolute or (more often) relative lack of light. / Deprived of sight; blind.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjHaving an absolute or (more often) relative lack of light.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjTransmitting, reflecting, or receiving inadequate light to render timely discernment or comprehension: caliginous, darkling, dim, gloomy, lightless, sombre.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjDull or deeper in hue; not bright or light.of colour
nightfalldarkEnglishadjAmbiguously or unclearly expressed: enigmatic, esoteric, mysterious, obscure, undefined.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjMarked by or conducted with secrecy: hidden, secret; clandestine, surreptitious.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjMarked by or conducted with secrecy: hidden, secret; clandestine, surreptitious. / Having racing capability not widely known.gambling gamesof race horses
nightfalldarkEnglishadjWithout moral or spiritual light; sinister, malevolent, malign.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjConducive to hopelessness; depressing or bleak.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjLacking progress in science or the arts.of a time period
nightfalldarkEnglishadjThe dark ages began after the collapse of the Roman Empire.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjThe Greek Dark Ages began after the Bronze Age collapse.
nightfalldarkEnglishadj1668, John Denham, The Progress of Learning: The age wherein he lived was dark, but he Could not want light who taught the world to see. / 1668, John Denham, The Progress of Learning
nightfalldarkEnglishadj1668, John Denham, The Progress of Learning: The age wherein he lived was dark, but he Could not want light who taught the world to see. / The age wherein he lived was dark, but he
nightfalldarkEnglishadj1668, John Denham, The Progress of Learning: The age wherein he lived was dark, but he Could not want light who taught the world to see. / Could not want light who taught the world to see.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjExtremely sad, depressing, or somber, typically due to, or marked by, a tragic or undesirable event.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjWith emphasis placed on the unpleasant and macabre aspects of life; said of a work of fiction, a work of nonfiction presented in narrative form, or a portion of either.
nightfalldarkEnglishadjOff the air; not transmitting.broadcasting mediaof a television station
nightfalldarkEnglishnounA complete or (more often) partial absence of light.uncountable usually
nightfalldarkEnglishnounIgnorance.uncountable usually
nightfalldarkEnglishnounNightfall.uncountable usually
nightfalldarkEnglishnounA dark shade or dark passage in a painting, engraving, etc.uncountable usually
nightfalldarkEnglishverbTo grow or become dark, darken.intransitive
nightfalldarkEnglishverbTo remain in the dark, lurk, lie hidden or concealed.intransitive
nightfalldarkEnglishverbTo make dark, darken; to obscure.transitive
not accessible to view; in hidingout of sightEnglishadjNot accessible to view.literally not-comparable
not accessible to view; in hidingout of sightEnglishadjNot yet attainable.idiomatic not-comparable of a goal
not accessible to view; in hidingout of sightEnglishadjSuperb, excellent.colloquial idiomatic not-comparable
not accessible to view; in hidingout of sightEnglishadjVery expensive.colloquial idiomatic not-comparable
not accessible to view; in hidingout of sightEnglishadjDrunk.colloquial idiomatic not-comparable
not mentally sound; insaneone brick short of a full loadEnglishadjNot mentally sound; insane.not-comparable slang
not mentally sound; insaneone brick short of a full loadEnglishadjStupid.idiomatic not-comparable
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishpronThe people spoken, or written to, as an object.nominative objective plural second-person singular
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishpron(To) yourselves, (to) yourself.US colloquial nominative objective plural reflexive second-person singular
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishpronThe person spoken to or written to, as an object. (Replacing thee; originally as a mark of respect.)nominative objective plural second-person singular
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishpronThe people spoken to or written to, as a subject. (Replacing ye.)nominative objective plural pronoun second-person singular subjective
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishpronThe person spoken to or written to, as a subject. (Originally as a mark of respect.)nominative objective plural pronoun second-person singular subjective
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishpronAnyone, one; an unspecified individual or group of individuals (as subject or object).indefinite nominative objective personal plural pronoun second-person singular
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishdetThe individual or group spoken or written to.
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishdetUsed before epithets, describing the person being addressed, for emphasis.
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishverbTo address (a person) using the pronoun you (in the past, especially to use you rather than thou, when you was considered more formal).transitive
object pronoun: the group being addressedyouEnglishnounThe name of the Latin-script letter U.
of "male child"zēnsLatviannounboy (a male child, approximately until 11 years of age)declension-1 masculine
of "male child"zēnsLatviannounyoung (especially adolescent) mandeclension-1 masculine
of "male child"zēnsLatviannounboy, boyfriend (a young man in whom a woman is romantically interested)declension-1 masculine
of "male child"zēnsLatviannounboy, guy (a young man seen as having some, usually positive, quality)declension-1 masculine usually with an adjective or adjectival expression
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishnounA gap or opening made by breaking or battering, as in a wall, fortification or levee / embankment; the space between the parts of a solid body rent by violence
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishnounThe act of breaking, in a figurative sense.
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishnounA breaking or infraction of a law, or of any obligation or tie; violation; non-fulfillment.law
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishnounA breaking up of amicable relations, a falling out.
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishnounA difference in opinions, social class, etc.figuratively
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishnounA breaking of waters, as over a vessel or a coastal defence; the waters themselves
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishnounA breaking out upon; an assault.
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishnounA bruise; a wound.archaic
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishnounA hernia; a rupture.archaic
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishverbTo make a breach in.transitive
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishverbTo violate or break.transitive
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishverbTo break into a ship or into a coastal defence.nautical transportof the sea transitive
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishverbTo leap out of the water.intransitive of a whale
of a whale, to leap clearbreachEnglishverbTo charge or convict (someone) of breaching the terms of a bail, probation, recognizance, etc.lawinformal passive transitive usually
of or relating to a habit; performed over and over again — see also recurrenthabitualEnglishadjOf or relating to a habit; established as a habit; performed over and over again; recurrent, recurring.
of or relating to a habit; performed over and over again — see also recurrenthabitualEnglishadjRegular or usual.
of or relating to a habit; performed over and over again — see also recurrenthabitualEnglishadjOf a person or thing: engaging in some behaviour as a habit or regularly.
of or relating to a habit; performed over and over again — see also recurrenthabitualEnglishadjPertaining to an action performed customarily, ordinarily, or usually.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
of or relating to a habit; performed over and over again — see also recurrenthabitualEnglishnounOne who does something habitually, such as a serial criminal offender.colloquial
of or relating to a habit; performed over and over again — see also recurrenthabitualEnglishnounA construction representing something done habitually.grammar human-sciences linguistics sciences
of or relating to the ancient Greek culture and civilizationHellenicEnglishadjOf or relating to the ancient Greek culture and civilization before the Hellenistic period.
of or relating to the ancient Greek culture and civilizationHellenicEnglishadjOf or relating to Hellas (Greece) or the Hellenes (Greeks).
of or relating to the ancient Greek culture and civilizationHellenicEnglishnameThe Greek language and its dialects from the earliest records (Linear B inscriptions, about 1600-1300 B.C.E.) to the present Modern Greek.
of pharyngeal soundspharyngealEnglishadjOf or pertaining to the pharynx.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
of pharyngeal soundspharyngealEnglishadjArticulated with the pharynx; a term usually describing a consonant which is articulated by the rear area of the tongue being raised to below the region between the uvula and the pharyngeal wall. The term cannot apply to a plosive or stop consonant.human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciencesnot-comparable
of pharyngeal soundspharyngealEnglishnounA sound that is articulated with the pharynx; ellipsis of pharyngeal consonant..human-sciences linguistics phonetics phonology sciences
of questionable qualityslimEnglishadjSlender, thin. / Slender in an attractive way.of a person or a person's build
of questionable qualityslimEnglishadjSlender, thin. / Designed to make the wearer appear slim.broadly of clothing
of questionable qualityslimEnglishadjSlender, thin. / Long and narrow.of an object
of questionable qualityslimEnglishadjSlender, thin. / Of a reduced size, with the intent of being more efficient.of a workforce
of questionable qualityslimEnglishadjVery small, tiny.of something abstract like a chance or margin
of questionable qualityslimEnglishadjBad, of questionable quality; not strongly built, flimsy.Northern-England Scotland
of questionable qualityslimEnglishadjSly, crafty.South-Africa in UK obsolete
of questionable qualityslimEnglishnounA type of cigarette substantially longer and thinner than normal cigarettes.
of questionable qualityslimEnglishnounA potato farl.Ireland regional
of questionable qualityslimEnglishnounAIDS, or the chronic wasting associated with its later stages.Africa East uncountable
of questionable qualityslimEnglishnounCocaine.slang uncountable
of questionable qualityslimEnglishverbTo lose weight in order to achieve slimness.intransitive
of questionable qualityslimEnglishverbTo make slimmer; to reduce in size.transitive
of the period following a warpostbellumEnglishadjOf the period following a war.not-comparable
of the period following a warpostbellumEnglishadjOf the period following the American Civil War, especially used in reference to the South.US not-comparable
office, or area of dominion, of an ElectorelectorateEnglishnounThe collective people of a country, state, or electoral district who are entitled to vote.
office, or area of dominion, of an ElectorelectorateEnglishnounThe office, or area of dominion, of an Elector (“a German prince entitled to elect the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire”); an electorship.historical
office, or area of dominion, of an ElectorelectorateEnglishnounA geographical area represented by one or more elected officials; a constituency, an electoral district.Australia New-Zealand
oily part of milk which rises to the topkajmakSerbo-Croatiannounkaymak
oily part of milk which rises to the topkajmakSerbo-Croatiannouncream (oily part of milk which rises to the top)
oily part of milk which rises to the topkajmakSerbo-Croatiannounfoam appearing on the top when making coffee
oily part of milk which rises to the topkajmakSerbo-Croatiannouncream (the best part of something)
one who is harmed by a disaster or other adverse circumstancevictimEnglishnounOne that is harmed—killed, injured, subjected to oppression, deceived, or otherwise adversely affected—by someone or something, especially another person or event, force, or condition; in particular: / One who is harmed or killed by a crime or scam.
one who is harmed by a disaster or other adverse circumstancevictimEnglishnounOne that is harmed—killed, injured, subjected to oppression, deceived, or otherwise adversely affected—by someone or something, especially another person or event, force, or condition; in particular: / One who is harmed or killed by an accident or illness.
one who is harmed by a disaster or other adverse circumstancevictimEnglishnounOne that is harmed—killed, injured, subjected to oppression, deceived, or otherwise adversely affected—by someone or something, especially another person or event, force, or condition; in particular: / One who is harmed or killed as a result of other people's biases, emotions or incompetence, or their own.
one who is harmed by a disaster or other adverse circumstancevictimEnglishnounOne that is harmed—killed, injured, subjected to oppression, deceived, or otherwise adversely affected—by someone or something, especially another person or event, force, or condition; in particular: / One who is harmed or killed as a result of a natural or man-made disaster or impersonal condition.
one who is harmed by a disaster or other adverse circumstancevictimEnglishnounOne that is harmed—killed, injured, subjected to oppression, deceived, or otherwise adversely affected—by someone or something, especially another person or event, force, or condition; in particular: / One that is harmed—killed, injured, subjected to oppression, deceived, or otherwise adversely affected—by someone or something, especially another person or event, force, or condition; in particular
one who is harmed by a disaster or other adverse circumstancevictimEnglishnounA living being which is slain and offered as a sacrifice, usually in a religious rite.
one who is harmed by a disaster or other adverse circumstancevictimEnglishnounA living being which is slain and offered as a sacrifice, usually in a religious rite. / The transfigured body and blood of Christ in the Eucharist.Christianitybroadly
one who siftssifterEnglishnounA tool for sifting, especially one for powdered cooking ingredients.
one who siftssifterEnglishnounOne who sifts.rare
one who siftssifterEnglishnounAny lamellirostral bird, as a duck or goose, so called because it sifts or strains its food from the water and mud by means of the lamellae of the beak.
one who writes computer programsprogrammerEnglishnounOne who writes computer programs; a software developer.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
one who writes computer programsprogrammerEnglishnounOne who decides which programs will be shown on a television station, or which songs will be played on a radio station.
one who writes computer programsprogrammerEnglishnounA device that installs or controls a software program in some other machine.
one who writes computer programsprogrammerEnglishnounA short film feature as part of a longer film program.archaic
original text底子Chinesenounbottom; underneath; underside; base
original text底子Chinesenounfoundation
original text底子Chinesenounrough draft; sketch; outline
original text底子Chinesenounoriginal text (of a book, publication, etc.); source
original text底子Chinesenouncopy kept as a record
original text底子Chinesenounleftover material; remnant; remainder; last of something
original text底子Chinesenounsole (bottom of a shoe or boot)
original text底子Chinesenounphysique; constitution
original text底子Chinesenoundetails; ins and outs; inside information
original text底子Chinesenounground; background; foundation
oscillationdampedEnglishverbsimple past and past participle of dampform-of participle past
oscillationdampedEnglishadjstopped from smouldering and reigniting by the application of waterof an extinguished fire
oscillationdampedEnglishadjPossessing a nonzero damping ratio.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsof a linear dynamic system
oxygen; chieflyChinesecharacteroxygenchemistry natural-sciences physical-sciences
oxygen; chieflyChinesecharacteroxygen gas
peopleਨਸਲPunjabinounethnicity, ethnic group, stock, race, tribe, clan
peopleਨਸਲPunjabinounbreed, descent, genealogy, pedigree
perceptual strength or amplitude of sound pressureloudnessEnglishnounthe perceptual strength or amplitude of sound pressure, measured in sones or phonscountable uncountable
perceptual strength or amplitude of sound pressureloudnessEnglishnounthe physical strength of the sound pressure level, measured in decibelscountable uncountable
persongossipEnglishnounSomeone who likes to talk about other people's private or personal business.countable
persongossipEnglishnounIdle talk about someone’s private or personal matters, especially someone not present.uncountable
persongossipEnglishnounIdle conversation in general.uncountable
persongossipEnglishnounA genre in contemporary media, usually focused on the personal affairs of celebrities.uncountable
persongossipEnglishnounCommunication done using a gossip protocol.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencescountable uncountable
persongossipEnglishnounA sponsor; a godfather or godmother; the godparent of one's child or godchild, or the parent of one's godchild.countable historical uncountable
persongossipEnglishnounA familiar acquaintance.countable obsolete uncountable
persongossipEnglishnounTitle used with the name of one's child's godparent or of a friend.countable obsolete uncountable
persongossipEnglishverbTo talk about someone else's private or personal business, especially in a manner that spreads the information.intransitive
persongossipEnglishverbTo talk idly.intransitive
persongossipEnglishverbTo stand godfather to; to provide godparents for.obsolete
persongossipEnglishverbTo enjoy oneself during festivities, to make merry.obsolete
persongossipEnglishverbTo communicate using a gossip protocol.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesintransitive
person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or valueminnowEnglishnounAny small fish. / The common minnow (Phoxinus phoxinus), a small freshwater fish of the carp family Cyprinidae which has a green back with black elongated blotches, commonly swimming in large shoals.
person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or valueminnowEnglishnounAny small fish. / Chiefly with a qualifying word: any of a number of other (small) fish from the family Cyprinidae; also (chiefly US), other small (usually freshwater) fish from other families.
person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or valueminnowEnglishnounAny small fish. / Synonym of galaxiid (“any member of the family Galaxiidae of mostly small freshwater fish of the Southern Hemisphere”); specifically, the common galaxias, inanga, or jollytail (Galaxias maculatus).Australia New-Zealand
person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or valueminnowEnglishnounAny small fish. / Synonym of stickleback (family Gasterosteidae).Britain regional
person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or valueminnowEnglishnounA person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or value.figuratively
person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or valueminnowEnglishnounAn artificial bait in the form of a small fish.fishing hobbies lifestyle
person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or valueminnowEnglishadjVery small; tiny.rare
person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or valueminnowEnglishverbTo fish for minnows (noun sense 1 and subsenses).intransitive
person or thing of relatively little consequence, importance, or valueminnowEnglishverbTo fish, especially for trout, using minnows as bait.intransitive
person replying to a questionnairerespondentEnglishnounOne who responds; one who replies.
person replying to a questionnairerespondentEnglishnounA defendant, especially in a case instituted by a petition or in appellate and divorce proceedings.law
person replying to a questionnairerespondentEnglishnounA person replying to a questionnaire.
person replying to a questionnairerespondentEnglishadjDisposed or expected to respond; answering; according; corresponding.
person who cuts, etc., gemslapidaryEnglishnounA person who cuts and polishes, engraves, or deals in gems and precious stones.countable uncountable
person who cuts, etc., gemslapidaryEnglishnounThe field in which such a person works, a subfield of gemology.countable uncountable
person who cuts, etc., gemslapidaryEnglishnounAn expert in gems and precious stones; a connoisseur of lapidary work.countable obsolete uncountable
person who cuts, etc., gemslapidaryEnglishnounGems and precious stones collectively; jewellery.countable obsolete uncountable
person who cuts, etc., gemslapidaryEnglishnounA treatise on (precious) stones.countable obsolete uncountable
person who cuts, etc., gemslapidaryEnglishadjOf or pertaining to gems and precious stones, or the art of working them.not-comparable
person who cuts, etc., gemslapidaryEnglishadjSenses relating to inscriptions. / Of an inscription: engraved on stone.not-comparable
person who cuts, etc., gemslapidaryEnglishadjSenses relating to inscriptions. / Of a piece of writing or a writing style: characteristic of or suitable for an inscription; embodying the precision and refinement of inscriptions on monuments; concise and stately.not-comparable
person who cuts, etc., gemslapidaryEnglishadjOf or pertaining to stones in general.archaic not-comparable rare
person who dons a disguising costumemummerEnglishnounA person who dons a disguising costume, as for a parade or a festival.
person who dons a disguising costumemummerEnglishnounAn actor in a pantomime; one who communicates entirely through gesture and facial expression.
person who dons a disguising costumemummerEnglishverbSynonym of mum (“to act in pantomime or dumb show”)
person who exploresexplorerEnglishnounOne who explores something
person who exploresexplorerEnglishnounA person who by means of travel (notably an expedition) searches out new information.
person who exploresexplorerEnglishnounAny of various hand tools, with sharp points, used in dentistry.
person who exploresexplorerEnglishnounA visual representation of a file system etc. through which the user can navigate.computing engineering graphical-user-interface mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciences
person who exploresexplorerEnglishnounSomeone who is adventurous and free-thinking.figuratively
person who singssingerEnglishnounA person who sings, often professionally.
person who singssingerEnglishnoundance figure with a fixed structure, sung by a caller, or a piece of music with that structure.
person who singssingerEnglishnounA person who, or device which, singes.
person who singssingerEnglishnounA machine for singeing cloth.
photographically fixзакріплюватиUkrainianverbto fasten, to fix, to secure (make fast; fasten securely; firmly affix)transitive
photographically fixзакріплюватиUkrainianverbto fix (render (a photographic impression) permanent by treating with such applications as will make it insensitive to the action of light)arts hobbies lifestyle photographytransitive
photographically fixзакріплюватиUkrainianverbto consolidate, to confirm (make stronger or more solid)transitive
photographically fixзакріплюватиUkrainianverbto assign, to attach (ownership of something to: + за + instrumental)transitive
piece of wise advicewisdomEnglishnounAn element of personal character that enables one to distinguish the wise from the unwise.uncountable
piece of wise advicewisdomEnglishnounA piece of wise advice.countable
piece of wise advicewisdomEnglishnounThe discretionary use of knowledge for the greatest good.countable uncountable
piece of wise advicewisdomEnglishnounThe ability to apply relevant knowledge in an insightful way, especially to different situations from that in which the knowledge was gained.countable uncountable
piece of wise advicewisdomEnglishnounThe ability to make a decision based on the combination of knowledge, experience, and intuitive understanding.countable uncountable
piece of wise advicewisdomEnglishnounThe ability to know and apply spiritual truths.lifestyle religion theologycountable uncountable
piece of wise advicewisdomEnglishnounA group of wombats.countable rare uncountable
piece of wise advicewisdomEnglishnounA group of owls.countable rare uncountable
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounThe boundary line of a surface.
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounA one-dimensional face of a polytope. In particular, the joining line between two vertices of a polygon; the place where two faces of a polyhedron meet.geometry mathematics sciences
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounAn advantage.
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounThe thin cutting side of the blade of an instrument, such as an ax, knife, sword, or scythe; that which cuts as an edge does, or wounds deeply, etc.also figuratively
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounA sharp terminating border; a margin; a brink; an extreme verge.
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounSharpness; readiness or fitness to cut; keenness; intenseness of desire.
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounThe border or part adjacent to the line of division; the beginning or early part (of a period of time)
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounA shot where the ball comes off the edge of the bat, often unintentionally.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sports
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounA connected pair of vertices in a graph.graph-theory mathematics sciences
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounA level of sexual arousal that is maintained just short of reaching the point of inevitability, or climax.
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishnounThe point of data production in an organization (the focus of edge computing), as opposed to the cloud.computing engineering mathematics natural-sciences physical-sciences sciencesattributive often
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo move an object slowly and carefully in a particular direction.transitive
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo move slowly and carefully in a particular direction.intransitive
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo win by a small margin.
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo hit the ball with an edge of the bat, causing a fine deflection.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportstransitive
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo trim the margin of a lawn where the grass meets the sidewalk, usually with an electric or gas-powered lawn edger.transitive
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo furnish with an edge; to construct an edging.transitive
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo furnish with an edge, as a tool or weapon; to sharpen.transitive
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo make sharp or keen; to incite; to exasperate; to goad; to urge or egg on.figuratively
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo intentionally stay or keep someone extremely close to the point of orgasm for a long period of time.intransitive slang transitive
place where two faces of a polyhedron meetedgeEnglishverbTo agitate or exasperate (someone) due to constant delays of something.figuratively slang transitive
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishnounA musical instrument of the brass family, generally tuned to the key of B-flat; by extension, any type of lip-vibrated aerophone, most often valveless and not chromatic.
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishnounSomeone who plays the trumpet; a trumpeter.
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishnounThe cry of an elephant, or any similar loud cry.
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishnounOne who praises, or propagates praise, or is the instrument of propagating it.figuratively
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishnounA funnel, or short flaring pipe, used as a guide or conductor, as for yarn in a knitting machine.
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishnounA kind of traffic interchange involving at least one loop ramp connecting traffic either entering or leaving the terminating expressway with the far lanes of the continuous highway.
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishnounA powerful reed stop in organs, having a trumpet-like sound.
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishnounAny of various flowering plants with trumpet-shaped flowers, for example, of the genus Collomia.
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishnounA supporter of Donald Trump, especially a fervent one.US capitalized often slang
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishverbTo sound loudly, be amplifiedintransitive
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishverbTo play the trumpet.intransitive
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishverbOf an elephant, to make its cry.intransitive transitive
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishverbTo give a loud cry like that of an elephant.intransitive transitive
play the instrumenttrumpetEnglishverbTo proclaim loudly; to promote enthusiasticallytransitive
point of flametongueEnglishnounThe flexible muscular organ in the mouth that is used to move food around, for tasting and that is moved into various positions to modify the flow of air from the lungs in order to produce different sounds in speech.countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounThis organ, as taken from animals used for food (especially cows).countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounAny similar organ, such as the lingual ribbon, or odontophore, of a mollusk; the proboscis of a moth or butterfly; or the lingua of an insect.countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounA language.countable metonymically uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounSpeakers of a language, collectively.countable obsolete uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounVoice (the distinctive sound of a person's speech); accent (distinctive manner of pronouncing a language).countable obsolete uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounManner of speaking, often habitually.countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounA person speaking in a specified manner (most often plural).countable metonymically uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounThe power of articulate utterance; speech generally.countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounDiscourse; fluency of speech or expression.countable obsolete uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounDiscourse; fluency of speech or expression.obsolete uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounHonourable discourse; eulogy.countable obsolete uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounGlossolalia.lifestyle religioncountable in-plural often uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounIn a shoe, the flap of material that goes between the laces and the foot (so called because it resembles a tongue in the mouth).countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounAny large or long physical protrusion on an automotive or machine part or any other part that fits into a long groove on another part.countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounA projection, or slender appendage or fixture.countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounA long, narrow strip of land, projecting from the mainland into a sea or lake.countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounThe pole of a vehicle; especially, the pole of an ox cart, to the end of which the oxen are yoked.countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounThe clapper of a bell.countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounAn individual point of flame from a fire.countable figuratively uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounA small sole (type of fish).countable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounA short piece of rope spliced into the upper part of standing backstays, etc.; also, the upper main piece of a mast composed of several pieces.nautical transportcountable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounA reed.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishnounA division of formation; A layer or member of a formation that pinches out in one direction.geography geology natural-sciencescountable uncountable
point of flametongueEnglishverbOn a wind instrument, to articulate a note by starting the air with a tap of the tongue, as though by speaking a 'd' or 't' sound (alveolar plosive).entertainment lifestyle musicintransitive transitive
point of flametongueEnglishverbTo manipulate with the tongue, as in kissing or oral sex.slang
point of flametongueEnglishverbTo protrude in relatively long, narrow sections.
point of flametongueEnglishverbTo join by means of a tongue and groove.
point of flametongueEnglishverbTo talk; to prate.intransitive obsolete
point of flametongueEnglishverbTo speak; to utter.obsolete transitive
point of flametongueEnglishverbTo chide; to scold.obsolete transitive
point on the land or water surface below, at, or above the detonation of a nuclear bombground zeroEnglishnounOriginally, the point on the land or water surface below which a nuclear bomb detonates in the air; now also the point on such a surface at or above the detonation.countable uncountable
point on the land or water surface below, at, or above the detonation of a nuclear bombground zeroEnglishnounThe location of any disaster or violent assault.broadly countable uncountable
point on the land or water surface below, at, or above the detonation of a nuclear bombground zeroEnglishnounThe point at which something begins.countable figuratively uncountable
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA lash; a pliant, flexible instrument, such as a rod (commonly of cane or rattan) or a plaited or braided rope or thong (commonly of leather) used to create a sharp "crack" sound for directing or herding animals.
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA lash; a pliant, flexible instrument, such as a rod (commonly of cane or rattan) or a plaited or braided rope or thong (commonly of leather) used to create a sharp "crack" sound for directing or herding animals. / The same instrument used to strike a person or animal for corporal punishment or torture.
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA blow administered with a whip.
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA whipper-in.hobbies hunting lifestyle
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA member of a political party who is in charge of enforcing the party's policies in votes.government politics
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA document distributed weekly to MPs by party whips informing them of upcoming votes in parliament.government politicsUK with-definite-article
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounThe regular status of an MP within a parliamentary party, which can be revoked by the party as a disciplinary measure.government politicsUK broadly
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounWhipped cream.
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA purchase in which one block is used to gain a 2:1 mechanical advantage.nautical transport
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA mode of personal motorized transportation; an automobile, all makes and models including motorcycles, excluding public transportation.
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA move in which one player transfers momentum to another.
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA whipping motion; a thrashing about.
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounThe quality of being whiplike or flexible; suppleness, as of the shaft of a golf club.
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounAny of various pieces that operate with a quick vibratory motion / A spring in certain electrical devices for making a circuit
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounAny of various pieces that operate with a quick vibratory motion / A wippen, a rocking component in certain piano actions.entertainment lifestyle music
political party enforcerwhipEnglishnounA coach driver; a coachman.historical
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo hit with a whip.transitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo hit with any flexible object.broadly transitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo defeat, as in a contest or game.slang transitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo mix in a rapid aerating fashion, especially food.transitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo urge into action or obedience.transitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo enforce a member voting in accordance with party policy.government politicstransitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo bind the end of a rope with twine or other small stuff to prevent its unlaying: fraying or unravelling.nautical transporttransitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo hoist or purchase by means of a whip.nautical transporttransitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo sew lightly; specifically, to form (a fabric) into gathers by loosely overcasting the rolled edge and drawing up the thread.
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo throw or kick an object at a high velocity.transitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo fish a body of water especially by making repeated casts.intransitive transitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo snap back and forth like a whip.intransitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo move very fast.intransitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo move (something) very fast; often with up, out, etc.transitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo transfer momentum from one skater to another.transitive
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo lash with sarcasm, abuse, etc.figuratively
political party enforcerwhipEnglishverbTo thrash; to beat out, as grain, by striking.
possibly relatedꜣꜥwEgyptiannounstorage case for scribal materials, papyri, and other implements
possibly relatedꜣꜥwEgyptiannounThe meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / part of a temple
possibly relatedꜣꜥwEgyptiannounThe meaning of this term is uncertain. Possibilities include: / a construction tool or material
private male roomstudyEnglishverbTo review materials already learned in order to make sure one does not forget them, usually in preparation for an examination.literary usually
private male roomstudyEnglishverbTo take a course or courses on a subject.literary
private male roomstudyEnglishverbTo acquire knowledge on a subject with the intention of applying it in practice.
private male roomstudyEnglishverbTo look at minutely.
private male roomstudyEnglishverbTo fix the mind closely upon a subject; to dwell upon anything in thought; to muse; to ponder.
private male roomstudyEnglishverbTo endeavor diligently; to be zealous.
private male roomstudyEnglishnounMental effort to acquire knowledge or learning.countable uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounThe act of studying or examining; examination.countable uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounAny particular branch of learning that is studied; any object of attentive consideration.countable uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounA room in a house intended for reading and writing; traditionally the private room of the male head of household.countable uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounAn artwork made in order to practise or demonstrate a subject or technique.countable uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounThe human face, bearing an expression which the observer finds amusingly typical of a particular emotion or state of mind.countable uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounA piece for special practice; an étude.entertainment lifestyle musiccountable uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounAn academic publication.countable literary uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounOne who commits a theatrical part to memory.countable uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounAn endgame problem composed for artistic merit, where one side is to play for a win or for a draw.board-games chess gamescountable uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounA state of mental perplexity or worried thought.countable obsolete uncountable
private male roomstudyEnglishnounThought, as directed to a specific purpose; one's concern.archaic countable uncountable
process of keeping scorescoringEnglishadjOf something or someone that scores.not-comparable
process of keeping scorescoringEnglishnounThe process of keeping score in a sport or contest.
process of keeping scorescoringEnglishnounThe process of winning points in a sport or contest.
process of keeping scorescoringEnglishnounThe action of scratching paper or other material to make it easier to fold.
process of keeping scorescoringEnglishnounA deep groove made by glacial action or similar.
process of keeping scorescoringEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of scoreform-of gerund participle present
profanityoathEnglishnounA solemn pledge or promise that invokes a deity, a ruler, or another entity (not necessarily present) to attest the truth of a statement or sincerity of one's desire to fulfill a contract or promise.
profanityoathEnglishnounA statement or promise which is strengthened (affirmed) by such a pledge.
profanityoathEnglishnounA light, irreverent or insulting appeal to a deity or other entity.
profanityoathEnglishnounA curse, a curse word.
profanityoathEnglishverbTo pledge.archaic
providing intermediate level of nutrients and mineralsmesotrophicEnglishadjproviding intermediate (right) level of nutrients and minerals, nor eutrophic (too high), nor oligotrophic (too low level).geography natural-sciencesof a body of water
providing intermediate level of nutrients and mineralsmesotrophicEnglishadjdescribing organisms that inhabit such waterbiology natural-sciences
provinceQuebecEnglishnameA province in eastern Canada.uncountable usually
provinceQuebecEnglishnameThe capital city of the province of Quebec, Canada.uncountable usually
provinceTerniEnglishnameA province of Umbria, Italy.
provinceTerniEnglishnameThe capital city of the province of Terni, Umbria, Italy.
provinces of IndonesiaMalukuEnglishnameA province of Indonesia. Capital: Ambon.
provinces of IndonesiaMalukuEnglishnameSynonym of Moluccas
raft, stretcher, penal hurdlecliathIrishnounwattled, latticed frame; hurdlefeminine
raft, stretcher, penal hurdlecliathIrishnounraft, stretcher; (penal) hurdlefeminine
raft, stretcher, penal hurdlecliathIrishnounphalanxgovernment military politics warfeminine
raft, stretcher, penal hurdlecliathIrishnouncrowd, shoalfeminine
raft, stretcher, penal hurdlecliathIrishnounstaff, staveentertainment lifestyle musicfeminine
raft, stretcher, penal hurdlecliathIrishnoun(patch of) darning (on stocking)business knitting manufacturing textilesfeminine
raft, stretcher, penal hurdlecliathIrishnounbodily frame, chest; chestiness, wheezeanatomy medicine sciencesfeminine
rash on the skinšašasLithuaniannounscab
rash on the skinšašasLithuaniannounrash (on the skin)
raspyraspingEnglishadjraspy
raspyraspingEnglishadjexasperating
raspyraspingEnglishadjPushing forward with great force.hobbies lifestyle sports
raspyraspingEnglishverbpresent participle and gerund of raspform-of gerund participle present
raspyraspingEnglishnounA sound that rasps.
raspyraspingEnglishnounThe act of rasping as with a file.
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishnounThe act of flowing; a continuous moving on or passing by, as of a flowing stream.countable uncountable
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishnounA state of ongoing change.countable uncountable
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishnounA chemical agent for cleaning metal prior to soldering or welding.countable uncountable
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishnounThe rate of transfer of energy (or another physical quantity), especially an electric or magnetic field, through a given surface.natural-sciences physical-sciences physicscountable uncountable
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishnounA disease which causes diarrhea, especially dysentery.archaic countable uncountable
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishnounDiarrhea or other fluid discharge from the body.archaic countable uncountable
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishnounThe state of being liquid through heat; fusion.countable uncountable
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishverbTo use flux on.transitive
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishverbTo melt.transitive
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishverbTo flow as a liquid.intransitive
rate of transfer of energy (electric flux, magnetic flux)fluxEnglishadjFlowing; unstable; inconstant; variable.not-comparable uncommon
refusal to cooperatestonewallEnglishnounAn obstruction.idiomatic
refusal to cooperatestonewallEnglishnounA refusal to cooperate.idiomatic
refusal to cooperatestonewallEnglishnounAn alcoholic drink popular in colonial America, consisting of apple cider (or sometimes applejack) mixed with rum (or sometimes gin or whisky).historical idiomatic
refusal to cooperatestonewallEnglishnounAlternative form of stone wall (“wall made of stone”).alt-of alternative
refusal to cooperatestonewallEnglishverbTo obstruct.transitive
refusal to cooperatestonewallEnglishverbTo refuse to answer or cooperate, especially in supplying information.informal intransitive transitive
refusal to cooperatestonewallEnglishadjCertain, definite.Britain idiomatic not-comparable
regardingcome toEnglishverbTo recover consciousness after fainting etc.idiomatic intransitive
regardingcome toEnglishverbTo stop a sailing vessel, especially by turning into the wind. See also come about.nautical transportidiomatic intransitive
regardingcome toEnglishverbTo total; to amount to.transitive
regardingcome toEnglishverbTo reach; to arrive at.transitive
regardingcome toEnglishverbTo seek help from.transitive
regardingcome toEnglishverbTo devote attention to in due course; to come around to.transitive
regardingcome toEnglishverbTo befall; to happen to; to come upon.transitive
regardingcome toEnglishverbTo regard or specifically pertain to.present regional transitive
regardingcome toEnglishverbUsed other than figuratively or idiomatically: see come, to.
rejoice for somethingгушӏонAdygheverbto rejoiceintransitive
rejoice for somethingгушӏонAdygheverbto laughKfar-Kama dialectal intransitive
related to PlatoPlatonicEnglishadjOf or relating to the ancient Greek philosopher Plato or his philosophies.
related to PlatoPlatonicEnglishadjAlternative letter-case form of platonic (non-sexual).alt-of
related to PlatoPlatonicEnglishnounA Platonist; a follower of Plato's ideas.
related to PlatoPlatonicEnglishnounA Platonic solid.
related to or affecting the visionvisualEnglishadjRelated to or affecting the vision.
related to or affecting the visionvisualEnglishadjThat can be seen; visible.obsolete
related to or affecting the visionvisualEnglishnounAny element of something that depends on sight.
related to or affecting the visionvisualEnglishnounAn image; a picture; a graphic.
related to or affecting the visionvisualEnglishnounAll the visual elements of a multimedia presentation or entertainment, usually in contrast with normal text or audio.in-plural
related to or affecting the visionvisualEnglishnounA preliminary sketch.advertising business marketing
relating to the ancient Germanic peopleTeutonicEnglishadjRelating to the ancient Germanic people, the Teutons.
relating to the ancient Germanic peopleTeutonicEnglishadjHaving qualities that are regarded as typical of German people.
relating to the ancient Germanic peopleTeutonicEnglishadjRelating to the Germanic branch of the Indo-European language family.archaic
relating to the ancient Germanic peopleTeutonicEnglishnounAn ancient Germanic, or modern German, individual.
relating to the lentiform nucleus and the striatumlenticulostriateEnglishadjRelating to the lentiform nucleus and the striatumanatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
relating to the lentiform nucleus and the striatumlenticulostriateEnglishadjRelating to the lenticulostriate arteries (a group of small arteries arising at the commencement of the middle cerebral artery) or the territory supplied by those arteries.anatomy medicine sciencesnot-comparable
relating to the lentiform nucleus and the striatumlenticulostriateEnglishnounA lenticulostriate artery
remotely piloted vehicleRPVEnglishnounAbbreviation of rilpivirine.medicine pharmacology sciencesabbreviation alt-of
remotely piloted vehicleRPVEnglishnounInitialism of remote-person view.abbreviation alt-of initialism
remotely piloted vehicleRPVEnglishnounInitialism of remotely piloted vehicle.abbreviation alt-of initialism
remotely piloted vehicleRPVEnglishnounInitialism of rapid patrol vehicle.abbreviation alt-of initialism
remotely piloted vehicleRPVEnglishnounAbbreviation of residual pressure valve.abbreviation alt-of
response indicating agreement with prior statement before it was madeI knowEnglishphraseA response used to indicate that speaker was in agreement with the preceding statement before it was made.
response indicating agreement with prior statement before it was madeI knowEnglishphraseAn emphatic assertion that one has a solution, an answer, or an idea.
retinue of attendants, associates or followersentourageEnglishnounA retinue of attendants, associates or followers.
retinue of attendants, associates or followersentourageEnglishnounA binary relation in a uniform space which generalises the notion of two points being no farther apart than a given fixed distance; a uniform neighbourhood.mathematics sciences topology
retinue of attendants, associates or followersentourageEnglishnounDecorations, such as people, vehicles, or trees, appearing on an architectural sketch or rendering to make the site look more lively.architecture
return to fame etc.comebackEnglishnounA return (e.g. to popularity, success, etc.) after an extended period of obscurity or underperformance.
return to fame etc.comebackEnglishnounA retort or answer, particularly a quick or clever one.
return to fame etc.comebackEnglishnounAn occurrence of an athlete or sports team in a competition overcoming a substantial disadvantage in points to win or draw.hobbies lifestyle sports
return to fame etc.comebackEnglishverbMisspelling of come back.alt-of misspelling
rightdeasScottish Gaelicadjready, prepared, accomplished
rightdeasScottish Gaelicadjright, right-hand
rightdeasScottish Gaelicadjadroit, dexterous, skillful, expert
rightdeasScottish Gaelicadjtrim, spruce
rightdeasScottish Gaelicadjerect
rightdeasScottish Gaelicnounsouthfeminine
rightdeasScottish Gaelicadjsouthern, south
rightdeasScottish Gaelicverbremain, abide
riserăsăriRomanianverbto rise, arise, spring, sproutconjugation-4
riserăsăriRomanianverbto appear, turn upconjugation-4
riserăsăriRomanianverbto riseconjugation-4 of the sun
roadaccess roadEnglishnounA road giving entry to a region or, especially, to a motorway.
roadaccess roadEnglishnounA road giving access to a particular place.
ruin, devastation, gloomویرانPunjabiadjruined
ruin, devastation, gloomویرانPunjabiadjdesolate
ruin, devastation, gloomویرانPunjabiadjgloomy
scepticism of increasing powers of the EUEuroscepticismEnglishnounOpposition to or scepticism of increasing European integration, such as the EEC, the EC, the EP, the EU, the Euro.uncountable
scepticism of increasing powers of the EUEuroscepticismEnglishnounOpposition to or scepticism of the increasing powers of the European Union.uncountable
scrotummunapussitFinnishnounnominative plural of munapussiform-of nominative plural
scrotummunapussitFinnishnounnutbag (scrotum)colloquial plural
seeαντιπολιτικόςGreekadjunpolitical, politically unsuitablegovernment politics
seeαντιπολιτικόςGreekadjantipoliticalgovernment politics
set apart or dedicated for a specific purposeholyEnglishadjDedicated to a religious purpose or a god.
set apart or dedicated for a specific purposeholyEnglishadjRevered in a religion.
set apart or dedicated for a specific purposeholyEnglishadjMorally perfect or flawless, or nearly so.
set apart or dedicated for a specific purposeholyEnglishadjSeparated or set apart from (something unto something or someone else).
set apart or dedicated for a specific purposeholyEnglishadjSet apart or dedicated for a specific purpose, or for use by a single entity or person.
set apart or dedicated for a specific purposeholyEnglishadjUsed as an intensifier in various interjections.slang
set apart or dedicated for a specific purposeholyEnglishintjAn expression of astonishment and awe.slang
set apart or dedicated for a specific purposeholyEnglishnounA thing that is extremely holy; used almost exclusively in Holy of Holies.archaic
sharp tower of iceseracEnglishnounOften sérac: a hard, cone-shaped, pale green, strongly flavoured cheese from Switzerland made from skimmed cowmilk and blue fenugreek (Trigonella caerulea); Schabziger, Sapsago. It is usually eaten grated, mixed with butter, or in a fondue.
sharp tower of iceseracEnglishnounA sharp tower of ice formed by intersecting crevasses of a glacier.geography glaciology natural-sciences
sideveeriProto-Finnicnounside, flankreconstruction
sideveeriProto-Finnicnounedgereconstruction
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA limb or appendage that an animal uses for support or locomotion on land.
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounIn humans, the lower limb extending from the groin to the ankle.
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounThe portion of the lower limb of a human that extends from the knee to the ankle.anatomy medicine sciences
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA part of garment, such as a pair of trousers/pants, that covers a leg.
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA rod-like protrusion from an inanimate object, such as a piece of furniture, supporting it from underneath.
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounSomething that supports.figuratively
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA stage of a journey, race etc.
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA distance that a sailing vessel does without changing the sails from one side to the other.nautical transport
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounOne side of a multiple-sided (often triangular) course in a sailing race.nautical transport
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA single game or match played in a tournament or other sporting contest.hobbies lifestyle sports
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounOne of the two sides of a right triangle that is not the hypotenuse.geometry mathematics sciences
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounOne of the branches of a hyperbola or other curve which extend outward indefinitely.geometry mathematics sciences
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounThe ability of something to persist or succeed over a long period of time.plural-normally
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA disreputable sporting character; a blackleg.UK archaic slang
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounAn extension of a steam boiler downward, in the form of a narrow space between vertical plates, sometimes nearly surrounding the furnace and ash pit, and serving to support the boiler; called also water leg.
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounIn a grain elevator, the case containing the lower part of the belt which carries the buckets.
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounDenotes the half of the field on the same side as the batsman's legs; the left side for a right-handed batsman.ball-games cricket games hobbies lifestyle sportsattributive
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA branch or lateral circuit connecting an instrument with the main line.communications electrical-engineering engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences telecommunications telephony
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA branch circuit; one phase of a polyphase system.business electrical electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physics
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounAn underlying instrument of a derivatives strategy.business finance
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounAn army soldier assigned to a paratrooper unit who has not yet been qualified as a paratrooper.government military politics warUS slang
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA gesture of submission; a bow or curtsey. Chiefly in phrase make a leg.archaic
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounA column, as a unit of length of text as laid out.journalism media
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounSynonym of leg up (“forming a step for a person's feet with one's hands”)
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounAn individual bet in a parlay (a series of bets where the stake and winnings are cumulatively carried forward).gambling games
side in a trianglelegEnglishverbTo remove the legs from an animal carcass.
side in a trianglelegEnglishverbTo build legs onto a platform or stage for support.
side in a trianglelegEnglishverbTo put a series of three or more options strikes into the stock market.
side in a trianglelegEnglishverbTo apply force using the leg (as in 'to leg a horse').
side in a trianglelegEnglishnounAlternative spelling of leg.alt-of alternative no-plural
side in a trianglelegEnglishadjAlternative spelling of leg.alt-of alternative not-comparable
similar to a monkeymonkeylikeEnglishadjSimilar to a monkey.
similar to a monkeymonkeylikeEnglishadjResembling a monkey; as in, a monkeylike skull, monkeylike curiosity.
similar to a monkeymonkeylikeEnglishadvIn the manner of a monkeynot-comparable
sincereionraicIrishadjhonest, sincere, upright
sincereionraicIrishadjartless, guileless
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishadjUnable to walk properly because of a problem with one's feet or legs.
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishadjMoving with pain or difficulty on account of injury, defect or temporary obstruction of a function.
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishadjHobbling; limping; inefficient; imperfect.broadly
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishadjUnconvincing or unbelievable.colloquial
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishadjFailing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevant.colloquial
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishverbTo cause (a person or animal) to become lame.transitive
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishnounA stupid or undesirable person.slang
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishnounA lamina; a thin layer or plate of material, as in certain kinds of armor.
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishnounA set of joined overlapping metal plates.in-plural
slang: failing to be cool, funny, interesting or relevantlameEnglishnounKitchen tool for scoring bread dough before baking.
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo change the direction of motion after hitting an obstacle.intransitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo move quickly up and then down (or vice versa), once or repeatedly.intransitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo cause to move quickly up and down, or back and forth, once or repeatedly.transitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo suggest or introduce (an idea, etc.) to (off or by) someone, in order to gain feedback.colloquial transitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo leap or spring suddenly or unceremoniously; to bound.intransitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo move rapidly (between).
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo be refused by a bank because it is drawn on insufficient funds.informal intransitive of a cheque/check
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo fail to cover (have sufficient funds for) (a draft presented against one's account).informal transitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo leave.intransitive slang
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo eject violently, as from a room; to discharge unceremoniously, as from employment.US dated slang
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo have sexual intercourse.followed by with intransitive slang sometimes
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo attack unexpectedly.transitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo turn power off and back on; to reset.business electrical-engineering electricity electromagnetism electronics energy engineering natural-sciences physical-sciences physicsintransitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo return undelivered.Internet intransitive of an e-mail message transitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo land hard and lift off again due to excess momentum.aeronautics aerospace aviation business engineering natural-sciences physical-sciencesintransitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo land hard at unsurvivable velocity with fatal results.hobbies lifestyle skydiving sportsintransitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo mix (two or more tracks of a multi-track audio tape recording) and record the result onto a single track, in order to free up tracks for further material to be added.transitive
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo bully; to scold.archaic slang
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo boast; to bluster.archaic slang
slang: to leavebounceEnglishverbTo strike or thump, so as to rebound, or to make a sudden noise; to knock loudly.archaic
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounA change of direction of motion after hitting the ground or an obstacle.countable uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounA movement up and then down (or vice versa), once or repeatedly.countable uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounAn email that returns to the sender because of a delivery failure.Internet countable uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounThe sack, dismissal.countable uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounA bang, boom.countable uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounA drink based on brandy.ᵂarchaic countable uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounA heavy, sudden, and often noisy, blow or thump.archaic countable uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounBluster; brag; untruthful boasting; audacious exaggeration; an impudent lie; a bouncer.archaic countable uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounScyliorhinus canicula, a European dogfish.countable uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounA genre of hip-hop music of New Orleans, characterized by often lewd call-and-response chants.uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounDrugs.slang uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounSwagger.slang uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounA good beat in music.slang uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounA talent for leaping.slang uncountable
slang: to leavebounceEnglishnounAn increase in popularity.government politicscountable informal uncountable
slang: turkeygobblerEnglishnounA turkey.slang
slang: turkeygobblerEnglishnounA turkey. / A male turkey; a tom; a stag; a jake.slang
slang: turkeygobblerEnglishnounOne who eats food very quickly, without decorum.
small adhesive bandageband-aidEnglishnounAn adhesive bandage, a small piece of fabric or plastic that may be stuck to the skin in order to temporarily cover a small wound.Australia Canada US
small adhesive bandageband-aidEnglishnounA temporary or makeshift solution to a problem, created ad hoc and often with a lack of foresight.Australia Canada US informal
small adhesive bandageband-aidEnglishverbTo apply an adhesive bandage.
small adhesive bandageband-aidEnglishverbTo apply a makeshift fix; to jury-rig.
small quantity of liquid etc.dashEnglishnounAny of the following symbols: ‒ (figure dash), – (en dash), — (em dash), or ― (horizontal bar).media publishing typography
small quantity of liquid etc.dashEnglishnounAny of the following symbols: ‒ (figure dash), – (en dash), — (em dash), or ― (horizontal bar). / A hyphen or minus sign.computing engineering mathematics media natural-sciences physical-sciences publishing sciences typography
small quantity of liquid etc.dashEnglishnounThe longer of the two symbols of Morse code.broadly
small quantity of liquid etc.dashEnglishnounA short run, flight.
small quantity of liquid etc.dashEnglishnounA rushing or violent onset.
small quantity of liquid etc.dashEnglishnounViolent strike; a whack.
small quantity of liquid etc.dashEnglishnounA small quantity of a liquid substance etc.; less than 1/8 of a teaspoon.
small quantity of liquid etc.