- PER SE | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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- Japanese dictionary - Wikipedia
Lexicographical terminology First, it will be useful to introduce some key Japanese terms for dictionaries and collation (ordering of entry words) that the following discussion will be using The Wiktionary uses English dictionary to define a few synonyms including lexicon, wordbook, vocabulary, thesaurus, and translating dictionary It also uses dictionary to translate six Japanese words
- Correct - definition of correct by The Free Dictionary
Synonyms: correct, rectify, remedy, redress, revise, amend These verbs mean to make right what is wrong Correct refers to eliminating faults, errors, or defects: I corrected the spelling mistakes The new design corrected the flaws in the earlier version Rectify stresses the idea of bringing something into conformity with a standard of what is right: "It is dishonest to claim that we can
- Amongst - definition of amongst by The Free Dictionary
[Old English amang, contracted from on gemang in the group of, from on + gemang crowd; see mingle, mongrel]
- Definition of WORD - Dictionary by Merriam-Webster . . .
What makes a word a real word? The word word has a wide range of meanings and uses in English Yet one of the most often looked for pieces of information regarding word is not something that would be found in its definition Instead, it is some variant of the question, What makes a word a real word?
- Definition of IT - Dictionary by Merriam-Webster: America . . .
1: that one — used as subject or direct object or indirect object of a verb or object of a preposition usually in reference to a lifeless thing took a quick look at the house and noticed it was very old, a plant there is a rosebush near the fence and it is now blooming, a person or animal whose sex is unknown or disregarded don't know who it is, a group of individuals or things, or an
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- Ghost - Wikipedia
The English word ghost continues Old English gāst, from Proto-Germanic *gaistaz It is common to West Germanic, but lacking in North Germanic and East Germanic (the equivalent word in Gothic is ahma, Old Norse has andi m , önd f ) The prior Proto-Indo-European form was *ǵʰéysd-os, from the root *ǵʰéysd-denoting "fury, anger" reflected in Old Norse geisa "to rage"
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