9th A'man

A

Meanings and phrases

A

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a metric unit of length equal to one ten billionth of a meter (or 0.0001 micron); used to specify wavelengths of electromagnetic radiation; angstrom; angstrom unit
  2. the 1st letter of the Roman alphabet; a
  3. the blood group whose red cells carry the A antigen; type A; group A
  4. (biochemistry) purine base found in DNA and RNA; pairs with thymine in DNA and with uracil in RNA; adenine
  5. the basic unit of electric current adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites; ampere; amp
  6. one of the four nucleotides used in building DNA; all four nucleotides have a common phosphate group and a sugar (ribose); deoxyadenosine monophosphate
  7. any of several fat-soluble vitamins essential for normal vision; prevents night blindness or inflammation or dryness of the eyes; vitamin A; antiophthalmic factor; axerophthol

a

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the 1st letter of the Roman alphabet; A

5-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl-coenzyme A reductase

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. a liver enzyme that is responsible for producing cholesterol; HMG-CoA reductase
n.
  1. the battery used to heat the filaments of a vacuum tube
n.
  1. the top layer of a soil profile; usually contains humus; A-horizon

A level

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n.
  1. the advanced level of a subject taken in school (usually two years after O level)

A . A. Michelson

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n.
  1. United States physicist (born in Germany) who collaborated with Morley in the Michelson-Morley experiment (1852-1931); Michelson; Albert Michelson; Albert Abraham Michelson

A . A. Milne

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n.
  1. English writer of stories for children (1882-1956); Milne; Alan Alexander Milne

Al-Jama ' a al-Islamiyyah al-Muqatilah bi-Libya

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n.
  1. a Libyan terrorist group organized in 1995 and aligned with al-Qaeda; seeks to radicalize the Libyan government; attempted to assassinate Qaddafi; Libyan Islamic Fighting Group; FIG; Libyan Fighting Group; Libyan Islamic Group

Linear A

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n.
  1. an undeciphered writing system used in Crete in the 17th century B.C.

Saint Thomas a Becket

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n.
  1. (Roman Catholic Church) archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 to 1170; murdered following his opposition to Henry II's attempts to control the clergy (1118-1170); Becket; Thomas a Becket; St. Thomas a Becket

Sana ' a

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n.
  1. the capital and largest city of Yemen; on the central plateau; Sana; Sanaa

St. Thomas a Becket

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n.
  1. (Roman Catholic Church) archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 to 1170; murdered following his opposition to Henry II's attempts to control the clergy (1118-1170); Becket; Thomas a Becket; Saint Thomas a Becket

Thomas a Becket

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n.
  1. (Roman Catholic Church) archbishop of Canterbury from 1162 to 1170; murdered following his opposition to Henry II's attempts to control the clergy (1118-1170); Becket; Saint Thomas a Becket; St. Thomas a Becket

Thomas a Kempis

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n.
  1. German ecclesiastic (1380-1471); a Kempis

a Kempis

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n.
  1. German ecclesiastic (1380-1471); Thomas a Kempis

a bit

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adv.
  1. to a small degree; somewhat; a little; a trifle
n.
  1. singing without instrumental accompaniment; a cappella singing
adj.
  1. sung without instrumental accompaniment
adv.
  1. without musical accompaniment
n.
  1. singing without instrumental accompaniment; a capella singing
adj.
  1. more than one but indefinitely small in number; a few

a few

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adj.
  1. more than one but indefinitely small in number; a couple of

a fortiori

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adv.
  1. with greater reason; for a still stronger, more certain reason
adv.
  1. to a very great degree or extent; a lot; lots; a great deal; much; very much
adv.
  1. to a very great degree or extent; a lot; lots; a good deal; much; very much
  2. frequently or in great quantities; much; often
adv.
  1. by a factor of one hundred; hundredfold

a la carte

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adj.
  1. (of a restaurant meal) having unlimited choices with a separate price for each item

a la carte

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adv.
  1. by ordering items listed individually on a menu

a la carte

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n.
  1. a menu having individual dishes listed with separate prices

a la mode

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adj.
  1. in the current fashion or style; latest; in style; in vogue; modish

a la mode

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adv.
  1. with ice cream on top or on the side

a little

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adv.
  1. to a small degree; somewhat; a bit; a trifle

a lot

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adv.
  1. to a very great degree or extent; lots; a good deal; a great deal; much; very much
adv.
  1. by a factor of a million; millionfold

a posteriori

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adj.
  1. involving reasoning from facts or particulars to general principles or from effects to causes
  2. requiring evidence for validation or support

a posteriori

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adv.
  1. derived from observed facts

a priori

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adj.
  1. involving deductive reasoning from a general principle to a necessary effect; not supported by fact
  2. based on hypothesis or theory rather than experiment

a priori

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adv.
  1. derived by logic, without observed facts

a trifle

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adv.
  1. to a small degree; somewhat; a bit; a little
n.
  1. (law) the removal or termination or destruction of something that has been found to be a nuisance; nuisance abatement
adv.
  1. to some extent; not very well

al-Gama ' a al-Islamiyya

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n.
  1. a terrorist organization of militant Islamists organized into tiny cells of extreme fundamentalists; emerged during the 1970s mainly in Egyptian jails; Islamic Group
adv.
  1. without warning; all at once
  2. happening unexpectedly; suddenly; of a sudden
adv.
  1. in a set manner without serious attention; perfunctorily; pro forma

as a group

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adv.
  1. all together; en masse; en bloc
adv.
  1. in reality or actuality; in fact; in point of fact

at a loss

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adj.
  1. filled with bewilderment; nonplused; nonplussed; puzzled

at a loss

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adv.
  1. below cost
adv.
  1. for a relatively small amount of money; for a song; for a bargain price
adv.
  1. in or to a place that is lower; below; to a lower place; beneath

at a time

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adv.
  1. simultaneously; at once; at one time
v.
  1. depart hastily
adv.
  1. in a manner or to a degree that could not be doubted; indubitably; beyond doubt; beyond a shadow of a doubt
adv.
  1. in a manner or to a degree that could not be doubted; indubitably; beyond doubt; beyond a doubt
v.
  1. get very angry and fly into a rage; flip one's lid; blow up; throw a fit; hit the roof; hit the ceiling; have kittens; have a fit; combust; blow one's stack; fly off the handle; flip one's wig; lose one's temper; go ballistic
n.
  1. a neurotoxin (trade name Botox) that is used clinically in small quantities to treat strabismus and facial spasms and other neurological disorders characterized by abnormal muscle contractions; is also used by cosmetic surgeons to smooth frown lines temporarily; Botox
adj.
  1. (metaphor) shining brightly
n.
  1. an outstanding person; as if produced by boiling down a savory broth; broth of a man
n.
  1. an outstanding person; as if produced by boiling down a savory broth; broth of a boy
adv.
  1. by a great deal

call it a day

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v.
  1. stop doing what one is doing; call it quits
v.
  1. show no concern or interest; always used in the negative; give a hoot; give a hang; give a damn
v.
  1. see something for a brief time; catch sight; get a look
v.
  1. take a siesta; nap; catnap
n.
  1. (mathematics) any number such that a given square matrix minus that number times the identity matrix has a zero determinant; eigenvalue; eigenvalue of a matrix; eigenvalue of a square matrix
n.
  1. a blue-black plant pigment having a blue-green alcohol solution; found in all higher plants
n.
  1. a coenzyme present in all living cells; essential to metabolism of carbohydrates and fats and some amino acids
adj.
  1. totally deaf; unable to hear anything; profoundly deaf; stone-deaf; unhearing
n.
  1. the degree of the term in the polynomial that has the highest degree
n.
  1. the sum of the exponents of the variables in the term

do a job on

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v.
  1. destroy completely or make ugly or useless
n.
  1. (mathematics) the set of values of the independent variable for which a function is defined; domain
v.
  1. hit a ball in such a way so as to make it go a short distance; bunt
v.
  1. aim with a gun
  2. have an ambitious plan or a lofty goal; aspire; aim; shoot for
v.
  1. be unable to remember; forget; block; blank out
v.
  1. reasonably object (to) or set a limit (on); draw the line
v.
  1. communicate (with) in writing; write
n.
  1. (mathematics) any number such that a given square matrix minus that number times the identity matrix has a zero determinant; eigenvalue; eigenvalue of a square matrix; characteristic root of a square matrix
n.
  1. (mathematics) any number such that a given square matrix minus that number times the identity matrix has a zero determinant; eigenvalue; eigenvalue of a matrix; characteristic root of a square matrix
n.
  1. a straight line joining the apex and a point on the base
n.
  1. a straight line running the length of the cylinder
adv.
  1. to any extent at all; in the least
v.
  1. utter or do something surprising
v.
  1. be in excellent health and spirits; feel like a million dollars
v.
  1. be in excellent health and spirits; feel like a million
n.
  1. the simultaneous occurrence of symptoms of a mental disorder (as delusions) in two persons who are closely related (as siblings or man and wife)
adv.
  1. for a relatively small amount of money; for a song; at a low price

for a song

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adv.
  1. for a relatively small amount of money; for a bargain price; at a low price
adv.
  1. for a short time; awhile
adv.
  1. for a very long or seemingly endless time; forever

get a line

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. get to know or become aware of, usually accidentally; learn; hear; get word; get wind; pick up; find out; discover; see

get a load

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. look at with attention; take a look; have a look

get a look

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. see something for a brief time; catch sight; catch a glimpse

get a noseful

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. smell strongly and intensely; get a whiff
v.
  1. smell strongly and intensely; get a noseful
v.
  1. show no concern or interest; always used in the negative; care a hang; give a hoot; give a hang
v.
  1. show no concern or interest; always used in the negative; care a hang; give a hoot; give a damn
v.
  1. show no concern or interest; always used in the negative; care a hang; give a hang; give a damn

give it a try

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v.
  1. try; give it a whirl
  2. make an attempt at something; have a go
v.
  1. try; give it a try

go a long way

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v.
  1. suffice or be adequate for a while or to a certain extent
v.
  1. be unable to move further; get stuck; bog down; mire

group A

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the blood group whose red cells carry the A antigen; A; type A
n.
  1. hemophilia caused by a congenital deficiency of factor VIII; occurs almost exclusively in men; hemophilia A; classical hemophilia; classical haemophilia
n.
  1. the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one; six; 6; VI; sixer; sise; Captain Hicks; sextet; sestet; sextuplet; hexad
v.
  1. depend on a small thing or be at risk; hang by a thread
v.
  1. depend on a small thing or be at risk; hang by a hair

hardly a

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adj.
  1. very few
v.
  1. enjoy oneself greatly; have a good time
v.
  1. be pregnant with; bear; carry; gestate; expect

have a fit

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v.
  1. get very angry and fly into a rage; flip one's lid; blow up; throw a fit; hit the roof; hit the ceiling; have kittens; combust; blow one's stack; fly off the handle; flip one's wig; lose one's temper; blow a fuse; go ballistic

have a go

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. make an attempt at something; give it a try

have a go at it

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. have sexual intercourse with; sleep together; roll in the hay; love; make out; make love; sleep with; get laid; have sex; know; do it; be intimate; have intercourse; have it away; have it off; screw; fuck; jazz; eff; hump; lie with; bed; bang; get it on; bonk
v.
  1. enjoy oneself greatly; have a ball
v.
  1. look at with attention; take a look; get a load
n.
  1. hemophilia caused by a congenital deficiency of factor VIII; occurs almost exclusively in men; haemophilia A; classical hemophilia; classical haemophilia
n.
  1. an acute but benign form of viral hepatitis caused by an RNA virus that does not persist in the blood serum and is usually transmitted by ingesting food or drink that is contaminated with fecal matter; infectious hepatitis
n.
  1. the virus causing hepatitis A
n.
  1. the part of a complex number that has the square root of -1 as a factor; imaginary part
n.
  1. one of the most common of the five major classes of immunoglobulins; the chief antibody in the membranes of the gastrointestinal and respiratory tracts; IgA

in a bad way

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adj.
  1. facing or experiencing financial trouble or difficulty; distressed; hard-pressed; hard put
adv.
  1. in an inhumane manner; bestially; brutishly
adv.
  1. in a general fashion; at large

in a flash

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adv.
  1. without any delay; instantaneously; outright; instantly
adv.
  1. in a sincere and heartfelt manner; dearly
adv.
  1. in or to a place that is higher; above; higher up; to a higher place
adv.
  1. in an undertone; sotto voce
adv.
  1. summed up briefly

in a pig 's eye

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adv.
  1. very unlikely
adv.
  1. with something of the same kind; in kind

in a way

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adv.
  1. from some points of view
adv.
  1. without delay or hesitation; with no time intervening; immediately; instantly; straightaway; straight off; directly; now; right away; at once; forthwith

lobster a la Newburg

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n.
  1. lobster in Newburg sauce served on buttered toast or rice; lobster Newburg
v.
  1. admit or acknowledge a wrongdoing or error; own up; fess up
v.
  1. contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state; grimace; pull a face
v.
  1. propose formally; in a debate or parliamentary meeting; move
v.
  1. make a point of doing something; act purposefully and intentionally; make sure
v.
  1. take strong and forceful action, as to object or express discontent; raise hell; raise a stink

many a

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adj.
  1. each of a large indefinite number; many an; many another

menage a trois

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. household for three; an arrangement where a married couple and a lover of one of them live together while sharing sexual relations
n.
  1. given two equal and opposite forces, the product of the force and the distance between them
n.
  1. the torque exerted on a magnet or dipole when it is placed in a magnetic field; magnetic moment
adj.
  1. (used informally) completely unclothed; bare-assed; bare-ass; in the altogether; in the buff; in the raw; raw; peeled; stark naked
adv.
  1. definitely not; by no means; not by a long sight
adv.
  1. definitely not; by no means; not by a blame sight
n.
  1. the object governed by a preposition; prepositional object
adv.
  1. happening unexpectedly; suddenly; all of a sudden
adv.
  1. on a floor above; upstairs; up the stairs
adv.
  1. on a floor below; downstairs; down the stairs; below
adv.
  1. in a regular manner; regularly
adv.
  1. now and then or here and there; occasionally; on occasion; now and then; now and again; at times; from time to time

one at a time

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adv.
  1. in single file; one by one; one after another
v.
  1. call to mind; suggest; evoke

pate a choux

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. batter for making light hollow cases to hold various fillings; puff batter; pouf paste
v.
  1. deceive somebody; flim-flam; play tricks; trick; fob; fox; pull a fast one on; play a trick on
  2. subject to a playful hoax or joke; hoax; pull someone's leg
v.
  1. deceive somebody; flim-flam; play a joke on; play tricks; trick; fob; fox; pull a fast one on
n.
  1. an orange isomer of an unsaturated hydrocarbon found in many plants; is converted into vitamin A in the liver; carotene; carotin
v.
  1. contort the face to indicate a certain mental or emotional state; grimace; make a face
v.
  1. deceive somebody; flim-flam; play a joke on; play tricks; trick; fob; fox; play a trick on

quite a

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adv.
  1. of an unusually noticeable or exceptional or remarkable kind (not used with a negative); quite; quite an
n.
  1. (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent; batch; deal; flock; good deal; great deal; hatful; heap; lot; mass; mess; mickle; mint; mountain; muckle; passel; peck; pile; plenty; pot; raft; sight; slew; spate; stack; tidy sum; wad
v.
  1. take strong and forceful action, as to object or express discontent; raise hell; make a stink
n.
  1. (mathematics) the set of values of the dependent variable for which a function is defined; image; range
n.
  1. a novel in which actual persons and events are disguised as fictional characters

run a risk

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome; gamble; chance; risk; hazard; take chances; adventure; take a chance
v.
  1. give or constitute a signal, not necessarily verbally
v.
  1. show off; boast; tout; swash; brag; gas; blow; bluster; vaunt; gasconade
adv.
  1. since long ago; from way back
adj.
  1. having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence; brainy; brilliant
n.
  1. insulting terms of address for people who are stupid or irritating or ridiculous; asshole; bastard; cocksucker; dickhead; shit; mother fucker; motherfucker; prick; whoreson; SOB
v.
  1. eliminate urine; make; urinate; piddle; puddle; micturate; piss; pee; pee-pee; make water; relieve oneself; take a leak; wee; wee-wee; pass water
v.
  1. affect adversely
v.
  1. create an emotional response
  2. refer to or be relevant or familiar to; hit home; strike home; strike a note
  3. evoke a reaction, response, or emotion; touch a chord
v.
  1. refer to or be relevant or familiar to; hit home; strike home; strike a chord

take a bow

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v.
  1. acknowledge praise or accept credit
  2. acknowledge applause by inclining the head, as of an artist after a performance
v.
  1. draw air into, and expel out of, the lungs; breathe; respire; suspire
v.
  1. take a short break from one's activities in order to relax; rest; breathe; catch one's breath
v.
  1. take a risk in the hope of a favorable outcome; gamble; chance; risk; hazard; take chances; adventure; run a risk
v.
  1. have a bowel movement; stool; defecate; shit; take a shit; ca-ca; crap; make
v.
  1. be dared to do something and not attempt it
  2. be dared to do something and attempt it; pick up the gauntlet
v.
  1. pretend to be knocked out, as of a boxer
v.
  1. be emphatic or resolute and refuse to budge; insist

take a hit

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
v.
  1. inhale through the nose; snort

take a hop

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v.
  1. spring back; spring away from an impact; bounce; resile; spring; bound; rebound; recoil; reverberate; ricochet
v.
  1. listen to a joke at one's own expense
v.
  1. eliminate urine; make; urinate; piddle; puddle; micturate; piss; pee; pee-pee; make water; relieve oneself; spend a penny; wee; wee-wee; pass water
v.
  1. look at with attention; have a look; get a load
v.
  1. disappear without notifying anyone (idiom); skip town
v.
  1. have a bowel movement; stool; defecate; shit; take a crap; ca-ca; crap; make
n.
  1. the period of time during which a contract conveying property to a person is in effect; lease
n.
  1. earliest limiting point; starting point

tete a tete

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adv.
  1. without the intrusion of a third person; in intimate privacy
v.
  1. get very angry and fly into a rage; flip one's lid; blow up; hit the roof; hit the ceiling; have kittens; have a fit; combust; blow one's stack; fly off the handle; flip one's wig; lose one's temper; blow a fuse; go ballistic
n.
  1. a rate of pay that is 1.5 times the regular rate; for overtime work

to a T

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. in every detail; to the letter; just right; to perfection

to a fault

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adv.
  1. to a degree exceeding normal or proper limits; excessively; overly; too
adv.
  1. to a considerable degree; heavily
adv.
  1. used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs; more
adv.
  1. in or to a place that is higher; above; higher up; in a higher place
adv.
  1. used to form the comparative of some adjectives and adverbs; less
adv.
  1. in or to a place that is lower; below; at a lower place; beneath

to a man

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
adv.
  1. without exception
v.
  1. evoke a reaction, response, or emotion; strike a chord
v.
  1. refuse to acknowledge
v.
  1. fail to make money in a business; make a loss or fail to profit; lose
v.
  1. make a satisfactory profit; turn a nice penny; turn a nice dollar
v.
  1. make a satisfactory profit; turn a nice dime; turn a nice penny
v.
  1. make a satisfactory profit; turn a nice dime; turn a nice dollar
v.
  1. make a profit; gain money or materially; profit
v.
  1. have a customer, of a prostitute
v.
  1. have a small turning radius

type A

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the blood group whose red cells carry the A antigen; A; group A
n.
  1. any of several fat-soluble vitamins essential for normal vision; prevents night blindness or inflammation or dryness of the eyes; antiophthalmic factor; axerophthol; A
adj.
  1. without any clothing at all
E.g.
  • She became a member of a girl group named G.L.A.M.
  • In May 1834, Young became a member of Zion's Camp.
  • Hake became a member of the circle round Rossetti.

only a few

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E.g.
  • There are only a few highways in the North region.
  • Currently only a few tombstones remain to be seen.
  • This often happened only a few days or weeks later.
E.g.
  • In 2013 signed a contract with Marmi Lanza Verona.
  • On 1 July 2015, Barreto signed a contract with U.C.
  • In May 2018 he signed a contract extension to 2022.
E.g.
  • He won a bronze medal at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
  • She herself won a bronze in the individual event.
  • She also won a bronze medal in the 100 m butterfly.
E.g.
  • They lost this final, but still won a silver medal.
  • He also won a silver medal in the 1500 meter event.
  • He won a silver medal in the boardercross event.

just a few

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E.g.
  • They fly just a few meters above the forest floor.
  • To the south, there are just a few residences.
  • It was more than just a few percentage points.

won a gold

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E.g.
  • Samantha won a gold medal with a time of 2:08:33.
  • In 1974, he won a gold medal at the Balkan Games.
  • He won a gold medal at the 1963 Pan American Games.
E.g.
  • A fight to regain an old passion and build a new one.
  • In 1977, John initiated plans to build a new restaurant.
  • 3 has plans to build a new Ultrafast mast.
E.g.
  • Most sunburns heal completely within a few weeks.
  • who had crawled up within a few yards of the position.
  • Toxicity may reoccur within a few days after treatment.

such a way

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E.g.
  • To have it taken away in such a way was terrible."
  • (Again, in such a way that 1 goes to the multiplicand.)
  • Fuel is handled in such a way that even small spills are minimized.

set a new

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E.g.
  • The 2004 season set a new record with over burned.
  • The film set a new record for box office sales.
  • He set a new Irish record of 22.14 and finished 19th.
E.g.
  • On 30 May 2014, Hopper signed a new two-year deal.
  • He signed a new one-year deal for the 2009 season.
  • On 31 May 2011 he signed a new two-year contract.
E.g.
  • On the actual summit is only a small wooden cross.
  • Suburbanization played only a small role in Erfurt.
  • Survived only a small fragment 6 by 3 cm.
E.g.
  • Its emergency department operates 24 hours a day.
  • Their status of trading 24 hours a day was retained.
  • It broadcasts 24 hours a day, on 92.1 in the FM band.
E.g.
  • Dolphins have long played a role in human culture.
  • She also played a role in the Dutch film Süskind.
  • He also played a role in the Camp David Accords.
E.g.
  • Y&R was tasked to create a new global brand for Rebisco.
  • In January 1991 Zone 5 was split to create a new Zone 6.
  • We have to create a new rating for that.'"
E.g.
  • It became a part of Grant Thornton on 1 July 2007.
  • Political violence became a part of this warfare.
  • Kannada films became a part of the event in 1969.
E.g.
  • Natural light also played a major part in the design.
  • Religion played a major role during labor and delivery.
  • House played a major role in shaping wartime diplomacy.
E.g.
  • He became a regular forward and scored many goals.
  • He became a regular player as offensive midfielder.
  • He became a regular player as defensive midfielder.
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  • The taille became a major source of royal income.
  • It rapidly became a major freight route for the PRR.
  • In 1843 he became a major in the Texas militia.
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  • Sharon played a key role in the War of Attrition.
  • The air force played a key role in their defeat.
  • Pierre's family played a key role in politics itself.
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  • It may play a role as potential therapeutic agent.
  • Governments can play a role in all of these areas.
  • Vitamin D also play a role in phosphate absorption.
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  • During this time students trained 6–7 days a week.
  • The service operates hourly, seven days a week.
  • Metro buses and rail service run 7 days a week.
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  • He has published a book titled "" (The New Press).
  • He published a book on the "Indian Timbers" (1910).
  • He also published a book on making stained glass.
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  • The company issued a statement in response to the issue.
  • In February, Yow issued a statement of support for Williams.
  • The Romney campaign subsequently issued a statement saying, "Gov.
E.g.
  • The plank ultimately failed by only a single vote.
  • The upper whorls have only a single row of tubercles.
  • There is 1 with only a single inversion, 0101.

form a new

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It was merged with another unit to form a new regiment in 1927.
  • It was merged with Lasino to form a new municipality, Madruzzo.
  • It was merged with Calavino to form a new municipality, Madruzzo.
E.g.
  • Players navigate through a series of screens.
  • Users can query results through a series of search options.
  • humans) through a series of lower forms.
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  • He wrote a book "On the Early History of Arcadia".
  • In 2013 he wrote a book titled "A Snid Of Milk".
  • Keene wrote a book about the opening with that title.
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  • Carrie then went on to pursue a career in writing.
  • She retired in 1973 to pursue a career in business.
  • (Mama) Mann who did not pursue a career as a musician.
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  • In April 2016, Wimdu filed a lawsuit against the law.
  • The band had filed a lawsuit with the Coca-Cola company.
  • The government had filed a lawsuit against Do for his social activism.
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  • She then became a professor at Mercer University.
  • Brown became a professor of classics at Wesleyan.
  • In 1904 he became a professor at University College.
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  • Some did artwork, and she wrote a letter in character.
  • Wolf wrote a letter to talk about the album.
  • She wrote a letter to Chadral Rinpoche who confirmed this.
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  • They created a new order, calling it Asparagales.
  • In 2014, Yishai created a new party, called Yachad.
  • In fact, the anti-virus would have created a new virus.
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  • She spent a year travelling around in South America.
  • She also spent a year with the Secret Service.
  • He spent a year at Al-Washm before joining Al-Shoulla.
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  • He was ordained a priest on June 7, 1879 in Naples.
  • Alemany was ordained a priest on March 11, 1837.
  • On December 14, 1941, he was ordained a priest.
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  • They released a new album of bird songs in 2014.
  • In mid 2011, HP released a new version of the envy 14.
  • In 2002, Mumba released a new single "I'm Right Here".
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  • He was elected a member of the 56 Group Wales (1971–75).
  • In 2016 he was elected a member of the Academia Europaea.
  • He was elected a member of the Royal Institution in 1902.
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  • The song became a popular Irish nationalist anthem.
  • It became a popular instrument after about 1910.
  • Calcata became a popular site for pilgrimage.
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  • In , he signed a minor league contract with the Boston Red Sox.
  • In 2015, LaHair signed a minor league contract with the Boston Red Sox.
  • In January 2018, Cuevas signed a minor league contract with the Red Sox.
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  • Davies and Janion formed a new partnership in 1871.
  • In 1999, she formed a new soul band called Soul Explosion.
  • In 2008, he formed a new group and resumed the N'Harmony name.
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  • course & in its place introduced a new B.Tech.
  • In 1949, it introduced a new type of alkaline battery.
  • The Quran introduced a new way of writing to the world.
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  • Nottingham released a statement confirming his death.
  • Solomon later released a statement saying, "It's overkill.
  • The IBF released a statement in detail.
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  • Martin also scored a goal in the win over Rennes.
  • In the 37th minute, Gergely Rudolf scored a goal.
  • He then scored a goal against Mioveni in a 4-0 win.
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  • He earned a bachelor's degree from Miami in December 2012.
  • He earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Surrey.
  • Rocca earned a bachelor's degree from University of Michigan.
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  • The Town Hall played a significant part in public life.
  • Ukrainka's mother played a significant role in her upbringing.
  • Maragondon played a significant role in the Philippine revolution.
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  • Sherman built a new "Childs Truss covered Bridge."
  • Samuel Marsden where he built a new home, Newlands.
  • James V built a new harbour at Burntisland in 1542.
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  • About 70% of people die within a year of diagnosis.
  • Sasipada taught her to read and write within a year.
  • The first draft of the DSM-III was prepared within a year.

find a way

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • We've got to find a way to play better next week."
  • He promises he’ll find a way to make it up to Bob.
  • But those who love each other will find a way to reunite.
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  • By May 1945 half a million people (35%) had fled.
  • It has had over half a million views on YouTube.
  • The population is in excess of half a million people.
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  • Not long before Luke had sent a letter to Cora declaring his love.
  • The Guyanese government sent a letter to Venezuela on 8 January 1969.
  • Horiuchi sent a letter of testimony that he did not know these facts.
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  • Sell-through is calculated during a period (usually 1 month).
  • This was during a period of turmoil that made governing difficult.
  • This occurred in Paris during a period following the French Revolution.
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  • He visits the United States several times a year.
  • The Lions and Suns play each other two times a year.
  • It is published eight times a year by Routledge.
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  • He made a number of films for Robert L. Lippert.
  • He made a number of studies of Richmond Bridge.
  • Bell made a number of administrative reforms.

took a job

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • She then took a job as a lecturer in the Dr. S.K.
  • In 1936 he took a job with the Office of Works.
  • After the war, Evers took a job as an insurance salesman.
E.g.
  • On 29 January 2020, Masiello signed a deal with Genoa.
  • In May 2017, Ronny J signed a deal with Atlantic Records.
  • Employees signed a deal in May 2014 and returned to work.

name a few

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • King, Counting Crows and Ry Cooder, to name a few.
  • Brighton, Lancaster, VZ to name a few).
  • Layout boats come in designs such as pumpkin seed, oval, box-like just to name a few.
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  • It's their reunion for half a century.
  • He died in 1695, aged only 26; his widow outlived him by half a century.
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  • Of the former Odhams strips, only a handful survived.
  • As of 2012 only a handful of hospitals had been designated.
  • As of 2018, only a handful of structures remain in the area.
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  • In 1922 Emilio opened a new distillery in Santiago.
  • Stanley opened a new plant in Aurora, Colorado.
  • In 2008, the school opened a new Post-16 block.
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  • from 1940–42 and received a bachelor's degree in science.
  • He received a bachelor's degree in agronomy in March 1970.
  • He received a bachelor's degree in 1629.
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  • Together, they launched a new hedge fund platform.
  • During 2008, TAAG launched a new route to Beijing.
  • In June 2013, Hellion also launched a new web page.
E.g.
  • He later earned a master's degree in physics.
  • Davis earned a master's degree in history.
  • He earned a master's degree in English from Columbia in 1953.
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  • To become a member, one needs to pass the advanced test.
  • In July, 2013, they will become a member of Conference USA.
  • Institutions must purchase stock in order to become a member.
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  • Franco quickly gained a reputation as a good officer.
  • Bilotti soon gained a reputation for violence.
  • Mingus gained a reputation as a bass prodigy.
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  • Ruf became a free agent following the 2019 season.
  • He became a free agent, at the end of that season.
  • Brooking became a free agent on February 27, 2009.
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  • On June 5, 2010, the band announced a new line-up.
  • The Kaiser announced a new chapter in world history.
  • She announced a new album scheduled for spring 2012.
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  • This movie received a nomination for the Gouden Kalf.
  • It received a nomination for an Eisner Award in 2015.
  • Day received a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Actress.

when a new

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • It was used until 1810 when a new church was erected in the town.
  • Further expansion occurred in 1830 when a new canal basin was dug.
  • The school was used from 1921 to 1988, when a new school was built.
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  • As a weekly thing, it would get tired, but once a year?
  • Adults fly once a year between May and July.
  • The listing of starred restaurants is updated once a year.
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  • It became a hit, selling 25,000 tickets per week.
  • This version became a hit in Italy, Portugal and Poland.
  • His 1955 song "Onna Sendō Uta" (おんな船頭唄) became a hit song.
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  • It became a full community college on July 1, 1946.
  • It became a full member of the organization in 2014.
  • In 1985 he became a full member of the Gallery.
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  • Now it has become a major commercial hub in city.
  • The annual event has become a major tourist attraction.
  • Drug resistance has "become a major concern".
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  • Emotion regulation plays a role in maladjustment.
  • IL-6 plays a role in neuronal reaction to an injury.
  • Cognitive load also plays a role in ironic control theory.
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  • He arrives in Erinsborough to start a new business.
  • Both want to start a new life at a new place.
  • They eventually fall in love and decide to start a new life.
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  • Its popularity has grown since its invention, creating a new demand.
  • This is why the exodus is sometimes described as ""creating a new Antwerp"".
  • In late 1974, ABC Daytime approached Labine about creating a new soap opera.
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  • By then, the writers had established a new villain, Kaine.
  • The crowd of 105,543 established a new NCAA attendance record.
  • He established a new Swami order in 2009: the Nayaswami Order.
E.g.
  • He was aided by a local banker, who became a partner.
  • He became a partner in 1927 of Hentz, Adler & Shutze.
  • Dewar became a partner in Ross Harper Murphy, in 1975.

up a new

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Just a few days after, he took up a new job at NK Zelina.
  • identity, takes up a new life as his old self in the capital.
  • In 2011 the school opened up a new playground for the students.
E.g.
  • He wrote a number of children's books which include:
  • He also wrote a number of choral works.
  • During this time he wrote a number of works on the specialty.
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  • He played a total of 56 games for the Magpies.
  • He played a total of 23 matches in the season.
  • He played a total of 29 games for Poland, scoring 7 goals.
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  • It moults twice a year, during spring and autumn.
  • She was able to return home just twice a year.
  • Once or twice a year an academic workshop is organized.
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  • He made a total of four appearances in 2016–17.
  • He made a total of 9 appearances in the season.
  • He made a total of 12 appearances for the club.
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  • It later reached a peak population of about 6,500.
  • It reached a peak of #11 on the Oricon weekly chart.
  • The album's title cut reached a peak of No.
E.g.
  • Chad is currently a free agent.
  • He is currently a free agent.
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  • On 10 December 1896, he suffered a stroke and died.
  • In early 1999, he suffered a stroke and hemiplegia.
  • He suffered a stroke on 18 April 1869 in Chester.
E.g.
  • It also published a number of interim reports.
  • He has published a number of works, including:
  • Emery published a number of works, including:
E.g.
  • The Komnenos dynasty produced a number of branches.
  • Wright has produced a number of cast recordings.
  • They also produced a number of local live shows.
E.g.
  • Alnmouth railway station is about half a mile away.
  • It is about half a mile to the east of Speech House.
  • It is less than half a mile from U.S. Route 51.
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  • However, he is not a member of the committee itself.
  • De León was not a member of any political party.
  • UN observer the Holy See is also not a member.
E.g.
  • União Tokodede and Lalenok United received a bye.
  • The top two teams received a bye to the semifinals.
  • All seeds received a bye into the quarter-finals.
E.g.
  • She released a single of the same name on March 5.
  • He has also released a single, "Deny", with Anatii.
  • Afterwards he released a single named "la moulance".
E.g.
  • FC Zestafoni management is building a new base for the club.
  • The dancers symbolised the workers building a new Australia for the future.
  • The Corris Railway is currently building a new locomotive to the same design.
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  • In June 2003 Scoble accepted a position at Microsoft.
  • Braman had accepted a position in the Nixon administration.
  • She then accepted a position at The Scripps Research Institute.
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  • After returning, he became a prominent "heel" in New Japan.
  • The Kerrs' son Michael Kerr became a prominent British lawyer.
  • Boudinot became a prominent lawyer and his practice prospered.
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  • The Texas House passed a resolution to honor him.
  • In 2016, the rabbis passed a resolution supporting transgender rights.
  • The Connecticut legislature passed a resolution praising the crew of "Dexter".

find a new

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
E.g.
  • Building a starship, they left Earth to find a new home.
  • Often, it fails to find a new mate in its short lifespan.
  • Lakes formed, until the waters could find a new way to drain.
E.g.
  • Modestinus also held a number of Roman priesthoods.
  • It held a number of hearings around the country.
  • Tisserant held a number of offices in the Roman Curia.
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  • In 1930, he became a teacher at the Naval school.
  • He became a teacher at the Académie Julian in 1889.
  • Directly after graduation, Hart became a teacher.
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  • Therefore, a bad winter probably also played a part.
  • He also played a part in Måns Mårlind's "Snapphanar".
  • Social issues played a part in the campaign.
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