|(born 1965) American actress and celebrity, Princeton University graduate and author of two books||Brooke Shields|
|(born 1968) American baseball player for the Chicago Cubs (competed with Mark McGwire for the all-time record of most home runs hit in one season)||Sammy Sosa|
|(Botany) pertaining to stamens which have united filaments, with filaments in a tube shape, with monadelphous stamens||monadelphous|
|(British trademark) brand name of a ball point pen (comparable to Bic in American English)||Biro|
|(British) award ceremony similar to the American Grammys, British person||Brit|
|(British) hungry; (American) grouchy, annoyed, cranky||peckish|
|(Canadian and American Slang) cheap stew, unappetizing stew||slumgullion|
|(Computers) American standard for encoding data that uses a private key algorithm (encodes data in a manner that is extremely difficult to crack)||Data Encryption Standard|
|(formerly) Consumer Value Stores, American corporation headquartered in Rhode Island, operator of two national retail drug store chains, chorionic villus sampling||CVS|
|(Harold) former prime minister of the United Kingdom||Macmillan|
|(Louis-Joseph de) general of French armed forces in Canada (1756-59); last name, surname; name of several European and North American cities||Montcalm|
|(Mythology) ancient Greek goddess of victory; type of antiaircraft missile; American sporting goods company||Nike|
|(Nautical) fasten with a rope, tie down with a rope; thread a rope through a block or pulley, Canadian town council president, district official, fasten something by reeving, female sandpiper, head of a city council, chief administrator of a town, repr...||reeve|
|(Nicholas) British author; (Walter) African-American author; (Sir Oswald Ernald) English politician (founded the British Union of Fascists and the Union Movement)||Mosley|
|(Offensive Slang) Mexican worker in the United States (especially one who crossed the border illegally)||wetback|
|(Robert) former prime minister of New Zealand (1975-1984); (William) American professional wrestler||Muldoon|
|(Sese Seko) former president of Zaire||Mobutu|
|(Slang) derogatory term for a white person (as opposed to an American Indian)||paleface|
|(Sports) to pitch a ball outside of the area of the plate to prevent a base runner stealing a base (Baseball); lateral underhand pass from a quarterback to a running back (American football), lateral pass behind line of scrimmage, pitch out of strike zone||pitchout|
|(Telecommunications) most widely-used standard for analog cellular communications (basis of the cellular phone industry in the United States)||AMPS (Analog Mobile Phone System)|
Translations: 21 – 40 / 2001
EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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