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hív ( transitive ) to call ( to request, summon, or beckon ) ( transitive ) to call ( to contact by telephone ) Hívom a rendőrséget. ― I'm calling the police. ( transitive ) to call ( to name or refer to ) Hogy hívnak ? ( informal ) ― What's your name? (literally

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Hyphenation: meg‧érint Verb [ edit ] megérint ( transitive ) to touch ( to make physical contact with ) Megérintettem a hajá t . ‎ ― I touched his/her hair. ( transitive ) to touch ( to affect emotionally ) Ez a történet megérinti az embereke t . ‎ ― This

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From Middle English sculle ( “ a type of oar ” ) , Unknown This etymology is incomplete. You can help Wiktionary by elaborating on the origins of this term. Noun [ edit ] scull ( plural sculls ) A single oar mounted at the stern of a boat and moved from side to side to propel

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the plaid was customarily shrugged off before the charge bit home, and the warrior came into contact with only his long, saffron s

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From Middle English led , leed , from Old English lēad ( “ lead ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *laudą ( “ lead ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *lewdʰ- ( “ lead ” ) . Cognate with Scots leid , lede ( “ lead ” ) , North Frisian lud , luad ( “ lead ” ) , West Frisian

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IPA ( key ) : /ˈkɒntækt/ , /kənˈtækt/ Audio (US) ( file ) Rhymes: -ækt Noun [ edit ] contact ( countable and uncountable , plural contacts ) The act of touching physically; being in close association. 1935 , George Goodchild , chapter 1, in Death on the Centre Court : She mixed

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From Middle English foul , from Old English fūl ( “ foul, unclean, impure, vile, corrupt, rotten, guilty ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *fūlaz ( “ foul, rotten ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European *puH- ( “ to rot ” ) . Cognate with Dutch vuil ( “ foul ” ) , German faul (

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From Middle English rubben . Cognate with Saterland Frisian rubje ( “ to rub, scrape ” ) , German Low German rubben ( “ to rub ” ) , Low German rubblig ( “ rough, uneven ” ) , Dutch robben , rubben ( “ to rub smooth; scrape; scrub ” ) , Danish rubbe ( “ to rub,

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From Middle English bonet , from Middle French bonet (Modern French bonnet ), from Old French bonet ( “ material from which hats are made ” ) , from Frankish *bunni ( “ that which is bound ” ) , from Proto-Germanic *bundiją ( “ bundle ” ) , from Proto-Indo-European

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118, [2] Students should be told in advance that training sessions will involve close physical contact with manikins used by their fellow students. A little man (sometimes as a term of endearment ). Synonyms : homunculus , midget , peewee , shorty , titman c. 1599 , William Shakespeare

wiktionary.org | 2017/10/9 8:45:04