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  • Basketball
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    LikeReply 12 months ago
  • doglover11
    This site is the best! I’ve been using it for a long time, and I just love it! Now I can pronounce “antidisestablishmentarianism” and I know what it means! Five stars definitely; it’s impossible to be laconic when so many resplendent words are swirling around me! 
    LikeReply 58 months ago
  • andrewjohnmorgan1969
    One of the longest word combinations: dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane meningoencephalomyelitisis.
    LikeReply 201 year ago
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    Super Awesome
    LikeReply 231 year ago
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    LikeReply 371 year ago
    • Soulwriter
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      LikeReply 281 year ago
    • nick200097
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      LikeReply 161 year ago
  • Isabella-Hotty
    Hey people keeps asking"Whats the longest word" i am going to tell you the longest word!


    supercalifragilisticexpialidocious


    it is pretty long!
    LikeReply 352 years ago
    • yann_a
      It is!
      LikeReply 272 years ago
    • kdubred
      Actually, the longest word is
      pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis. It's a disease that is more commonly known as silicosis.
      LikeReply 391 year ago
    • rinat
      LikeReply 211 year ago
    • gurum.55374
      It simply means deposition of sand dust in lungs due to exposure to volcanic eruption
      PNEMONO. meaning lungs
      ULTRAMICROSCOPIC meaning extremely small particles
      SILICO. meaning sand
      VOLCANO. from the volcanic eruption
      CONIOSIS. deposition in the lungs 
      LikeReply 59 months ago
    • friendlybanana17
      Pronounced pneu·monoul·tra·mi·cro·scop·ic·sil·i·co·vol·canoco·nio·sis
      LikeReply 18 months ago
    • BTSFan0613
      That’s not the longest word.
      LikeReply 25 months ago
    • friendlybanana17
      actually, meriam-webster.com says differently. According to their official website, "t
      he longest word entered in most standard English dictionaries is Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis with 45 letters. Our definition is 'a lung disease caused by inhalation of very fine silicate or quartz dust.'" 
      LikeReply 14 months ago
  • krlik_r
    I am here new. Quiz is good for practice. Thanks.
    LikeReply 232 years ago
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    LikeReply 182 years ago
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    It is good
    LikeReply 172 years ago
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    LikeReply 162 years ago
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    LikeReply 192 years ago
  • nick200097
    I love this site! I'm sure I learnt more than 30 words a day! I think everyone will love it!
    LikeReply 182 years ago
    • rhythmosaur
      Hey Nick! Keep up the good work!
      LikeReply 211 months ago
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    LikeReply 182 years ago
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    LikeReply 162 years ago
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    LikeReply 172 years ago
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    I enjoy this side of thought.
    LikeReply 122 years ago
  • olivia
    olivia
    what does mission mean 
    LikeReply 132 years ago
  • bitrus
    bitrus
    what is the meaning of u.e.f.a
    LikeReply 102 years ago
  • Janet Fogarty
    Janet Fogarty
    Very Helpful
    LikeReply 142 years ago
  • Ramnath Prasad
    Ramnath Prasad
    no cooments
    LikeReply 102 years ago
  • Lutz Müller
    Lutz Müller
    I have vainly sought a definition of "hoodcheck": None is provided!!!
    LikeReply 92 years ago
    • nick200097
      Lutz, here's definition of hoodcheck: "
      When a G ( a thug, gay girl who dresses and looks like a guy) is leaving the house, usually in the night time, without really having plans, just to check on his neighborhood." This word was made famous by a romanian rapper, Mobtrap. 
      LikeReply 211 months ago
  • Gloria Febrizio
    Gloria Febrizio
    So what does sconce mean
    LikeReply 132 years ago
  • Lee Dancey
    Lee Dancey
    does anyone know what "sendle" means. From 16th century song Greensleeves.
    LikeReply 112 years ago
  • Bobby Larson
    Bobby Larson
    I am intellengant
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    LikeReply 112 years ago
  • Prince Morris
    Prince Morris
    How can i say hllo in Irish language / how can i ommunicate with friends of this organization around the world?
    LikeReply 92 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Dia dhuit
      LikeReply 92 years ago
  • Angelo Paladini Neto
    Angelo Paladini Neto
    .
    LikeReply 102 years ago
  • Dior Dioratic Full
    Dior Dioratic Full
    Is there translation for Bahasa Melayu (Malaysia) please?
    LikeReply 72 years ago
  • Vernon Maldoom
    Vernon Maldoom
    How goest all?
    LikeReply 62 years ago
  • Crystal Mae Casabuena
    Crystal Mae Casabuena
    what does mean of yongwonhi in korean???
    LikeReply 52 years ago
  • Bhaiti Kaman
    Bhaiti Kaman
    District. lokhimpur gaon goroimari
    LikeReply 52 years ago
  • Nobel Destiny
    Nobel Destiny
    Please, what's the longest word in the dictionary?
    LikeReply 42 years ago
  • Nobel Destiny
    Nobel Destiny
    I'm so delighted, I'm part of this community of self development.
    LikeReply 62 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Thanks Nobel! Great to have your here...
      LikeReply 32 years ago
    • label
      i always hear this word dictionary please can some one help me with the meaning of dictionary
      LikeReply 42 years ago
  • Swamidas Swamidas
    Swamidas Swamidas
    Good
    LikeReply 52 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Thanks Swamidas, appreciated!
      LikeReply 32 years ago
  • Ziyad Bel
    Ziyad Bel
    What does antidisestablishmentarianism means?
    LikeReply 62 years ago
  • Amine Tazi
    Amine Tazi
    Please add arabic dictionary
    LikeReply 32 years ago
  • Wasima Mowla Raida
    Wasima Mowla Raida
    Add Bangla( Bengali) translation
    LikeReply 22 years ago
  • Jennifer Mork
    Jennifer Mork
    Here's one for you all coronavirus n other words that are similiar
    LikeReply 42 years ago
  • Wendy Donohoe
    Wendy Donohoe
    What does the word Holf mean ?? Wendy Donohoe
    LikeReply 22 years ago
  • Syed Azhar Abbas
    Syed Azhar Abbas
    Add Urdu language
    LikeReply 62 years ago
  • Ivan Jorquera Gómez
    Ivan Jorquera Gómez
    pleaset he meaning of 'nevertheless'
    LikeReply 42 years ago
  • Sadaf Naz
    Sadaf Naz
    Great Community
    LikeReply 62 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Thanks Sadaf -- good to have you here!
      LikeReply 22 years ago
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    América Díaz López
    letra de la cancion bealiver
    LikeReply 23 years ago
    • América Díaz López
      América Díaz López
      letther of beliber
      LikeReply 23 years ago
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    Rey Vincent Fernandez Afable
    ashly bredes
    LikeReply 23 years ago
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    John Thimakis
    The Chrome extension is very handy
    LikeReply 73 years ago
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      STANDS4
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      LikeReply 53 years ago
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      John Thimakis
      STANDS4
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      LikeReply 63 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      John Thimakis
      LikeReply 33 years ago
    • Re Hart
      Re Hart
      When I checked Chrome Extensions, this message came up, "No Search Results Found".
      Where did you find the extension for Definitions & Translations?
      LikeReply 52 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      LikeReply 42 years ago
  • Mads Christensen
    Mads Christensen
    gg
    LikeReply 43 years ago
    • kk slider
      kk slider
      gg no re
      LikeReply 32 years ago
  • Rehan Wani
    Rehan Wani
    Modeling
    LikeReply 53 years ago
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    Lou Cabrera
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    LikeReply 93 years ago
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    Gerry Mays
    My favorite spot now so happy with the site
    LikeReply 63 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Thanks Gerry! We're so glad you like it!
      LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Liv Nordahl
    Liv Nordahl
    Yes, its wonerfull. I try to find out my name backwords, amazing... Lhadron lirot evil (liv torill nordahl)
    LikeReply 53 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      ;-)
      LikeReply 23 years ago
  • Edgar Cifuentes
    Edgar Cifuentes
    This is a great helper's page
    LikeReply 43 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Thank you Edgar, we truly appreciate your great feedback!
      LikeReply 13 years ago
  • Harley quinn
    Harley quinn
    SADD
    Students Against driving D*ckheads
    LikeReply 13 years ago
  • Harley quinn
    Harley quinn
    MADD
    Mothers Against driving D*ckheads
    LikeReply 13 years ago
  • Harley quinn
    Harley quinn
    National Rimjob Association
    NRA
    LikeReply 13 years ago
  • Noury Bilah
    Noury Bilah
    very interesting
    LikeReply 53 years ago
  • Javier Antonio Ovalles
    Javier Antonio Ovalles
    Like this page ...It has all I need to practice
    LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Gerald Booker
    Gerald Booker
    I find this very interesting and informative
    LikeReply 73 years ago
  • Vignesh Moorthy
    Vignesh Moorthy
    good job
    LikeReply 53 years ago
  • Marites Samillano Lagrito
    Marites Samillano Lagrito
    do you have a definition for pre-school teachers?
    LikeReply 63 years ago
    • Marites Samillano Lagrito
      Marites Samillano Lagrito
      STANDS4 thank you. how about PRESCHOOL TEACHER if do you have meaning of this. thank you in advance.
      LikeReply 13 years ago
  • Dror Dvash
    Dror Dvash
    Do you have version without Commercials?
    LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Ely Jaeno Catinggan
    Ely Jaeno Catinggan
    i ask something,what is dillinger?
    LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Hugh Page Taylor
    Hugh Page Taylor
    I searched for the meaning in English of the Flemish adjective Dietsche - but no result. Not German suerly, so possibly Flemish?
    Hugh Page Taylor
    LikeReply 23 years ago
  • Melissa Martins Fernandes Sheridan
    Melissa Martins Fernandes Sheridan
    The pronunciation section is way off for all your entries......all in a bad French accent!!
    LikeReply 13 years ago
  • Fred Lundgren
    Fred Lundgren
    I attempted to correct the definition of a radio station call sign which was incorrectly defined in this website. It was the definition of KELG. I know the history of KELG because I was the President and founder of the company that applied for the license of KELG and put the station on the air. When I attempted to enter the correct information, my entry was flagged by Facebook, although I had not knowingly posted it on Facebook.
    For the record, this was my post that was found to violate Facebook standards, and again, to be clear, I never posted it on Fascebook, yet I was told by Facebook that it violated community standrards...
    The FCC Call Sign KELG was originated by Fred Lundgren when he founded a company named Bastrop County Communications in 1976 and applied for the original license of the Elgin, Texas radio station. The license was granted in 1979. The station operated with a four tower parallelogram on 1440 AM with a directional array designed to put a city grade signal over Austin, Texas. Therefore, KELG stands for K-Elgin and is not related to the non-description in definitions.net.
     
    LikeReply 53 years ago
    • Fred Lundgren
      Fred Lundgren
      STANDS4 It was impossible for me to navigate. Here is the true definition of KELG if you want to correct your siute.

      The FCC Call Sign KELG was originated by Fred Lundgren when he founded a Texas Corporation named Bastrop County Communications in 1976 and applied for the original license of the Elgin, Texas radio station. The license was granted in 1979. The station operated with a four tower parallelogram on 1440 AM with a directional array designed to put a city grade signal over Austin, Texas. 
      LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Lovely Sodecta Catacata
    Lovely Sodecta Catacata
    thanks
    LikeReply 43 years ago
  • Tan Yi Chun
    Tan Yi Chun
    very cool very cool. There's even links of different formats for us to just copy paste into references. Even the dates of the links are set to today's date :D
    LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Ningu B
    Ningu B
    Thanks
    LikeReply 33 years ago
    • Douglas d'Enno
      Douglas d'Enno
      STANDS4 I think, with respect, that you mean 'most welcome', since 'mostly welcome' means largely - but not entirely - welcome!
      LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Deborah Kurylo
    Deborah Kurylo
    I have had many of my poems published in many countries.
    Living in many hospitals, I have witnessed extraordinary Miracles as a child.
    At the age of 50 years, I began writing children's stories based on my memories of those impressive moments of the power of healing and sharing love and caring for others. 
    LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Fernando Sambambi Sambambi
    Fernando Sambambi Sambambi
    preciso do Dicionário Português
    LikeReply 13 years ago
  • Da Nii To
    Da Nii To
    its very educating
    LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Vilma Trinidad
    Vilma Trinidad
    padoga means what
    LikeReply 33 years ago
  • Christopher Mbowa Wasswa
    Christopher Mbowa Wasswa
    what is the meaning of the word landate dominum in music
    LikeReply 13 years ago
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    Manasse Maniraho
    and also me very nice
    LikeReply 53 years ago
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    Rubert Raja
    VERY NICE
    LikeReply 83 years ago
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    Carol McCord Hall
    I, at 75, still thirst for knowledge, and this is one of the places I seek it out. I just thought I had a decent vocubulary, wow, I love it. You can never stop learning, it is good for the brain, the heart, and the soul. 
    LikeReply 133 years ago
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    Tawil Shabazz
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    LikeReply 53 years ago
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    Armando Alvarez
    LikeReply 33 years ago
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    LikeReply3 years ago
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    MavyLuc Mpulula
    Excellent
    LikeReply 53 years ago
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    Seth Amedetor
    Excellent resource
    LikeReply 53 years ago
  • Vincenzo Santone
    Vincenzo Santone
    a schedule a show has for the day
    LikeReply 13 years ago
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    Janet Grace Esson-Scott
    See ras cardo from trench town for all things reggae and rastafari
    LikeReply 13 years ago
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    Fils Saint Bisimwa
    hello
    LikeReply 33 years ago
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    Obaidullah Abidyar
    Hello
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    LikeReply 43 years ago
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    Sarawut Pinjean
    พยายาม จริงๆ
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Fulgence Havugimana
    Fulgence Havugimana
    also called company mission corporate mission
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Raman V R
    Raman V R
    Hai
    LikeReply 34 years ago
  • Tress Dehaan
    Tress Dehaan
    what does d.a.v. mean?
    LikeReply 54 years ago
    • Robert Neville
      Robert Neville
      ''Disabled American Veterans'', American veterans' organization
      LikeReply 14 years ago
  • OT Vitoy
    OT Vitoy
    assestrais
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Lloyd Luallin
    Lloyd Luallin
    Your site fails to define points of light. It is not just a charitable organization. A point of light is a fact!
    LikeReply 44 years ago
  • Gerard Salamat Cervantes
    Gerard Salamat Cervantes
    pano mo nasabe?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Rabindra Shakya
    Rabindra Shakya
    It is a form of greetings widely used in India and Nepal.
    LikeReply 34 years ago
  • Geronimo Balmaceda
    Geronimo Balmaceda
    PROSELISTIMO
    LikeReply 34 years ago
  • Grace Johnson David
    Grace Johnson David
    Does the word Honorus mean Henry in French?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Pam Hartin
    Pam Hartin
    What does the word amasate mean?
    LikeReply 34 years ago
    • Guy McNeil
      Guy McNeil
      I believe you mean the word NAMASTE, which, loosely translated, means “I see the light (God, spirit, goodness) within you”.
      LikeReply 54 years ago
    • Sayed Asadullah Musavi
      Sayed Asadullah Musavi
      Guy McNeil Okay
      LikeReply 13 years ago
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    Mattéo de Chassey
    G
    LikeReply 34 years ago
  • Eve Atlas
    Eve Atlas
    scrabble needs a word starting with Q & F
    LikeReply 34 years ago
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      Yvonne Manning
      Quibble and ferocally
      LikeReply 34 years ago
    • Yvonne Manning
      Yvonne Manning
      Quinoa and fetishes
      LikeReply 34 years ago
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    Krish Menon
    Only Science cal lead mankind forward /backward/sideways up/down with TIME. great indeed. Not Dinken God.
    LikeReply 34 years ago
    • Eve Atlas
      Eve Atlas
      The fool hath said in his heart there is no God....Anyone living on this earth can see the hand of a Supernatural Person.
      LikeReply 94 years ago
  • Mark Kerr
    Mark Kerr
    So far, I have encountered an interesting array of words and facts about how the language has changed which is interesting to see how youths are re-writing our words and definitions to, I believe, make it easier to understand and quicker to get their points across. 
    LikeReply 34 years ago
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    Gloria Vojchehoske
    I want to know what Alaye means
    LikeReply 34 years ago
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    Santos Souza
    nao tem prova
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Лариса Зеленская
    Лариса Зеленская
    How can I sign up to save my vocabulary, please?
    LikeReply 34 years ago
  • Лариса Зеленская
    Лариса Зеленская
    Sorry, how can I create, find and use my vocabulary list?
    LikeReply 14 years ago
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    Uwe Tippelt
    git es den Wortlaut "Erfolgs orentiert"
    LikeReply 14 years ago
  • Luigi Octavio
    Luigi Octavio
    luigi17
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Patricia Lunsford
    Patricia Lunsford
    okay so I got. Transpire.... Words of the day, but I thought it meant something else so you really do learn something new everyday if you try to, besides it's good for the brain! Thank you very much
    LikeReply 24 years ago
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    Meaza Berhanu
    good...........
    LikeReply 24 years ago
  • Kamus.net
    Kamus.net
    Good
    LikeReply 44 years ago
  • Christa Ann
    Christa Ann
    dose eneyone know what entrepreneur mean if you do not know please go onthe enternet please tell me if you knoe it
    LikeReply 34 years ago
    • Deb M Steacy
      Deb M Steacy
      with all due respect Christa, some online spelling classes might be a good idea for you.
      LikeReply 34 years ago
  • Rahul Singh
    Rahul Singh
    Hi
    LikeReply 24 years ago
  • Thomas Failla
    Thomas Failla
    worry stone
    LikeReply 54 years ago
  • Valter Santiago de Oliveira
    Valter Santiago de Oliveira
    estante
    LikeReply4 years ago
  • Suja Cherry Philip
    Suja Cherry Philip
    what does suja mean its my name
    LikeReply 34 years ago
  • Geraldine Cox
    Geraldine Cox
    What REG means
    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Djeffe Felipe Bulux
    Great Webpage, anyone wants to talk?
    LikeReply5 years ago
  • Deb M Steacy
    Deb M Steacy
    Fun Fact! On your page that describes the 'Definitions API' and how to get it, the word 'definitions' is spelled DEFNITIONS. (somebody at STANDS4 needs a 'whupping' with a wet noodle!) tsk tsk tsk......
    LikeReply 25 years ago
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    Dino Cervantes
    Who wants to talk??
    LikeReply 15 years ago
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      Deb M Steacy
      Just curious, Dino - wouldn't Facebook or Twitter be a better place to find someone who wants to talk?
      LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Nazim Shahzad
    good
    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Bozdar Mustafa
    Excellent................You made things very easy for writing eassyas and articles. Thanks.
    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Sajal Chakraborty
    I find your services very useful.
    LikeReply 55 years ago
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    Phil Daniels
    Do you know why the Word 2016 Addin has stopped working
    LikeReply 15 years ago
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      Phil Daniels
      Suddenly stated working again - digital fairy dust
      LikeReply 15 years ago
  • Abraham A. Sena
    Abraham A. Sena
    Very helpful
    LikeReply 35 years ago
  • Gian Carlo Vallejos Sapon
    Gian Carlo Vallejos Sapon
    INDEED
    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Geomatique Yeo
    well down
    LikeReply 55 years ago
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    Linda Brave
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    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Prakash Shilkar
    Skits
    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Christopher Omotoso
    Good and educative.
    LikeReply 35 years ago
  • Mike King
    Mike King
    Just added in two definitions of Cosha. Hoping that the submissions will be accepted.
    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Bessie Cofield
    It would be nice if I could hear how the word was pronounced. Thanks
    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Toby D. Sorrels
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    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Theresa Bennett
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    LikeReply 15 years ago
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    Khalid Asif
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    LikeReply 35 years ago
    • Paula Johnson Linner
      Paula Johnson Linner
      Most welcome, not mostly welcome. Doesn't sound right.
      LikeReply5 years ago
  • Sani Isa Abubakar
    Sani Isa Abubakar
    What is the meaning of the acronym HYDRUS
    LikeReply 15 years ago
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    Willy Matine
    autofagia
    LikeReply 15 years ago
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    Patricia Lunsford
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    LikeReply 35 years ago
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    Claude Laferté
    Un excellent outil pour les définitions, les corrections orthographiques et les traductions des textes dans WORD, surtout pour le français
    LikeReply 36 years ago
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    Uzo Ebere
    Hilarious
    LikeReply 36 years ago
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    Jozef Viglasky
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    LikeReply 36 years ago
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    Deborah Kaczmarek
    You should ad how to pronounce the word
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    LikeReply 36 years ago
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      Deborah Kaczmarek
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      LikeReply6 years ago
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    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Greg Keynes
    Greg Keynes
    sorry "encounted" not "encountered" or though it sounds like the later
    LikeReply6 years ago
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    Greg Keynes
    Can anybody tell me why "encountered" and "trough" which are both words I use My computer does not recognise??
    LikeReply6 years ago
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    Frank Pugh Sr.
    Consonants
    LikeReply 16 years ago
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    Eliza Wyatt
    I understand now why allocution is the Road Word = Trump is constantly defending himself before sentencing
    LikeReply 26 years ago
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    Peter Buttacavoli
    all good
    LikeReply 26 years ago
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    Ali Homaid
    Super source of information.The translation efforts are astronomical!
    LikeReply 26 years ago
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    Juan José Torres Román
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    LikeReply 26 years ago
  • Michael Ofori
    Michael Ofori
    It really help if you want to make reference to word detail meaning
    LikeReply 26 years ago
  • Christopher Kgofelo
    Christopher Kgofelo
    What is the meaning of scrat bath?
    LikeReply6 years ago
    • Paula Johnson Linner
      Paula Johnson Linner
      Christopher Kgofelo-
      Definition of SCRAT - a small, insignificant thing or amount, according 2 Merriam-Webster, so I'm assuming a SCRAT bath is an insignificant bath.
      LikeReply 15 years ago
  • Jhonny Vicente Lopez Benavides
    Jhonny Vicente Lopez Benavides
    como cambia a español este diccionario por favor
    lo que pasa es que en Word las que trato de buscar no me busca ninguna respuesta y me sale unas palabras en ingles y deseo saber en español
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Grish Davtian
    Grish Davtian
    Հայերեն, Armenian
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Roberto Nicolau Do Carmo Carmo
    Roberto Nicolau Do Carmo Carmo
    Excelente oportunidade de aprendizado para quem que estudar as artimanhas do teclado de atalhos. Deixando, de lado um pouco, o uso do mouse.
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Pastor Ernest Sye
    Pastor Ernest Sye
    This world represent, “ the system of man without the influence of the Holy Spirit."
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Luiz Pessoa
    Luiz Pessoa
    I regard to see! I wiil tray to tranlate my abstrat here from Portuguese into English.
    LikeReply 36 years ago
    • Luiz Pessoa
      Luiz Pessoa
      Hey, you! thanks to notise me!
      LikeReply6 years ago
  • Joe Brothers
    Joe Brothers
    generalistic Is not a legitimate word just because Hillary Clinton used it in a deplorable statement. Why haven't the grammarians spoken up?
    LikeReply 26 years ago
  • Juan Aragón Lobatón
    Juan Aragón Lobatón
    huellas
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Mireya Santoyo
    Mireya Santoyo
    procesual
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Ashley Goosen
    Ashley Goosen
    someone used the term "summed up in Christ". How would one say that another way?
    LikeReply 16 years ago
    • Karen Carpenter
      Karen Carpenter
      To "sum up in Christ" is to put the term under the primary useage of the Christian religion. Or, if it isn't something Christe would approve (in the author's oppinion) it doesn't exist. Try "sum up in Buddha" and see how it reads. 
      LikeReply6 years ago
  • Ashley Goosen
    Ashley Goosen
    summed up
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Walter Inchausti
    Walter Inchausti
    It is very good definition.net
    LikeReply 46 years ago
  • Umar Bukar
    Umar Bukar
    add a word to your vocabulary every day
    LikeReply 46 years ago
  • Elysia Saw
    Elysia Saw
    Well done ! Keep it up!
    LikeReply 46 years ago
  • Elysia Saw
    Elysia Saw
    Yes. it helps a lot in improving our English vocabulary
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Chikh Moh
    Chikh Moh
    slt les amis et les amies
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Hermes Mellie Preston
    Hermes Mellie Preston
    sicarios
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Ferid Chikhi
    Ferid Chikhi
    malgré
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • Deirdre McLaren
    Deirdre McLaren
    I Dei would love to know the definition of the word - 'syncategorem' jena121@inbox.com
    LikeReply 26 years ago
  • Joe Saliba
    Joe Saliba
    velification
    LikeReply6 years ago
  • هبة سعيد
    هبة سعيد
    Really excellent
    LikeReply 46 years ago
  • Der Gesegnete Mann
    Der Gesegnete Mann
    SUPER
    LikeReply 117 years ago
    • Paula Johnson Linner
      Paula Johnson Linner
      Monokandilosa Juliana - What is the purpose of this story? It is not related 2 what we're doing here. Post this on FB, not here. We don't want 2 hear it
      LikeReply 25 years ago
  • Annelize Simons
    Annelize Simons
    Definitions.net is excellent reference page for easy translations and grammer page.
    LikeReply 77 years ago
    • STANDS4
      STANDS4
      Thanks Annelize, truly appreciated!
      LikeReply7 years ago
    • T Dorrace Morris
      T Dorrace Morris
      Except "grammer" is spelled grammar.
      LikeReply 147 years ago
    • Paula Johnson Linner
      Paula Johnson Linner
      T Dorrace Morris - STANDS4 didn't even catch that! LOL
      LikeReply 15 years ago
    • Joellen Davis-Scialpi
      Joellen Davis-Scialpi
      Luke Stevenson - its not "it's".
      LikeReply4 years ago
    • Felix.
      killed it
      LikeReply 11 year ago


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