|3-legged household object, 3-legged support, three-legged stand (for example used to support a camera); something with three legs (e.g. stool, table, vessel, etc.)||tripod|
|(about a pronoun) referring to the subject (Grammar); (about a verb) having a subject and object with the same referent (Grammar); reflective; pertaining to an involuntary physiological response, (Grammar) objective pronoun which refers to the subject,...||reflexive|
|(about billiards) slanted stroke made with the cue held perpendicular to the billiard table (especially to make the cue ball go around another ball that is in the way)||masse|
|(Anatomy) lachrymal bone (bone of the inner corner of the eye); vessel used to collect the tears of the bereaved, crying, lacrimal, of or pertaining to tears; producing tears, secreting tears; lacrimal, of or near the organs which secrete tears (Anatomy)||lachrymal|
|(Archaic) landowner (according to a particular document), assistant to proofreader, document stand||copyholder|
|(Architecture) object which is flat and has curved edges; entranceway which has scalloped edges, many-lobed architectural shape||multifoil|
|(Architecture) small ornamental object at the top of a column (or gable, etc.), architectural decoration, curve in a typeface, furniture decoration||finial|
|(British) carpet pad, layer beneath carpet, place underneath; lie under; provide something that supports from below, provide with something underneath, support for something, underlie||underlay|
|(British) one who runs a fish and chips stand; immoral woman (Slang), chippie, hostile, of or containing chips, resembling chips, promiscuous woman||chippy|
|(British) pants, garment that covers the body from the waist down to the legs having separate parts of the garment to cover each leg||trousers|
|(Computers) modular programming technique in which each object is an individual "entity"||OOP (Object Oriented Programming)|
|(Computers) object or routine for accessing items from an array||iterator|
|(French) point, sharp end; ballet position in which dancers stand on the tip of the toes, tip-of-toe ballet position||pointe|
|(Grammar) quality of being without a direct object (of a verb)||intransitiveness|
|(Grammar) without a direct object (of a verb)||intransitively|
|(in western Africa) object believed to have magical powers; magical power attributed to an object; rule resulting from superstitious beliefs associated with an object, musical style characterized by drums and Hawaiian-style guitar (developed in Nigeria...||juju|
|(Internet) standard for software interoperability (set of common, object-oriented interfaces that can communicate on various platforms)||CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture)|
|(Law) part of the phrase "nolo contendere" ("without desire to stand trial, " plea by the defendant to receive judgment without technically admitting guilt)||contendere|
|(Medicine) any disease of the blood vessels (esp. one that is a complication of diabetes), blood vessel disease||angiopathy|
|(Medicine) mold used to hold a skin graft in place during healing; thin tube inserted into a tubular structure (e.g. a blood vessel) to hold it open or remove a blockage||stent|
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