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Meanings and phrases
- thin and fit; trim
- more than is needed, desired, or required; excess; extra; redundant; supererogatory; superfluous; supernumerary; surplus
- lacking in amplitude or quantity; bare; scanty
- lacking embellishment or ornamentation; plain; bare; unembellished; unornamented
- not taken up by scheduled activities; free
- kept in reserve especially for emergency use
- an extra car wheel and tire for a four-wheel vehicle; fifth wheel
- a score in tenpins; knocking down all ten after rolling two balls
- an extra component of a machine or other apparatus; spare part
- refrain from harming; save
- save or relieve from an experience or action
- give up what is not strictly needed; give up; part with; dispense with
- use frugally or carefully
- an extra component of a machine or other apparatus; spare
- time available for hobbies and other activities that you enjoy; free time
- time that is free from duties or responsibilities; free time
- In his spare time, Styler loved fishing and golf.
- In his spare time he enjoys bike riding and tennis.
- Ken is also a keen player of chess in his spare time.
- excess fat around the waistline; love handle
- EX had the spare tire below the cargo area and LX mounted in a swing carrier at rear.
- Standard rear-mounted spare tire, ABS, and removable sunroof rounded out the feature set.
- The Rodeo could also be optioned with a rear-mounted spare tire and its own 16-inch wheels on higher trim packages.
- This allows them to be used for cannibalization of spare parts.
- The WFSS team trains the well manager and provides spare parts.
- This shed also has a store with spare parts for the society's vehicles.
- Unfortunately, the tragedies did not spare him.
- Then Krishna addresses Arjuna to not spare Aswatthaman.
- Karna rest a bit, Arjuna allows, but Krishna encourages him to not spare him.
- The X3 is based on the Chery Tiggo 3 and has like this the spare wheel at the rear.
- The vehicle has no spare wheel; instead an aerosol foam sealant is provided to seal punctures until a new tyre can be purchased.
- There were two versions of this ambulance: The early version had two round spinning ventilators on the roof and a spare wheel cover with a large hump.