|(Dentistry) procedure of cementing orthodontic bands to teeth, tracking||banding|
|(Chemistry) compound derived from the oil of cloves and other oils (used in perfumes and dentistry), oily liquid from cloves||eugenol|
|(Dentistry) four parts of the mouth (upper left, upper right, lower left and the lower right)||quadrants|
|(Mathematics) step-by-step procedure used to solve a problem (often includes repetition of steps); step-by-step problem-solving procedure used within software applications (Computers), problem-solving computer program||algorithm|
|(Phonetics) expressed by the lips and teeth (about a phoneme)||dentilabial|
|(Slang) false teeth||snappers|
|(Slang) teeth; dice; keys of a piano||ivories|
|(Surgery) surgical procedure in which the stapes bone in the inner ear is replaced with a prosthetic device (to relieve deafness), surgical removal of bone in ear||stapedectomy|
|(Video) display in letterbox format, display only across the center of a screen with black bands at the top and bottom (so the wider film format will fit the different dimensions of a TV screen);(British) mailbox, mail slot, maildrop, video playback fo...||letterbox|
|a support for something constructed, adjuster for drum tension, appliance affixed to teeth, bracer, bracket connecting lines of music, clamp, pair, prepare for something, reinforce, strengthen, rest, prop; rope on a sailboat; pair, couple, rope control...||brace|
|a trademark for a dental X-ray device used for examining the crowns of the upper and lower teeth||Bitewing-Pro|
|abandon mission, end a pregnancy; cancel, call off; fail; (Computers) stop a procedure in progress or a program in operation (especially suddenly or abnormally), end prematurely, have miscarriage, quit computer program, remove fetus||abort|
|able to be done, can be operated on, can be treated by a surgical procedure; feasible, doable, possible, surgically treatable||operable|
|able to change, encouraging discovery of solutions, heuristic method, investigative approach to problem solving, involving trial and error, procedure for getting solution, serving to discover||heuristic|
|absence of teeth, lack of teeth||anodontia|
|absorb or adsorb, align teeth properly, close; shut; block; absorb (Chemistry), cut off flow of, form occluded front, stop up||occlude|
|absorption or adsorption of liquid, act of occluding, closure of hollow organ, closure; blockage; absorption (Chemistry), meeting of upper and lower teeth, obstruction, occluded front||occlusion|
|according to endodontics (branch of dentistry which treats diseases of the dental pulp)||endodontically|
|act of cutting from the underside; act of slicing the ball from underneath (Golf, Tennis); notch cut in a tree which aids in controlling its fall; type of beef tenderloin; type of cavity with a broad base (Dentistry), charge a lower amount than, cut ma...||undercut|
|act of linking; connecting, joining, coupling, binding, associated genes, diplomatic procedure, system of interconnected parts||linkage|
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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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