|apparatus, appendix, appointed, apprentice||app.|
|(Australian) man who lives on a sheep or cattle farm as an apprentice||jackaroo|
|(Cell Biology) component of the Golgi apparatus, series of two or more stacked cisternae; cell organelle in plants which corresponds to the Golgi apparatus in animal cells||dictyosome|
|A bankruptcy practitioner appointed by secured creditors in the United Kingdom to oversee the repayment of debts.||Receiver|
|a trademark for a mobile tanker with a pumping apparatus, containing fuel for aircraft or military vehicles||Bowser|
|a trademark for a type of borosilicate glass that is resistant to heat and chemicals and is used in household kitchenware and laboratory apparatus||Pyrex|
|a trademark for an underwater breathing apparatus used by divers||Aqua-Lung|
|ability to be allocated; ability to be appointed||assignability|
|accessory, auxiliary part; supplement, appendix, assistant, attached temporarily to a staff, inessential part of sentence, something extra added on||adjunct|
|act of appointing a representative or representatives; group of appointed representatives, delegation, appointment of deputy||deputation|
|act of being appointed again, renomination, redesignation, reassignment||reappointment|
|act of raising or lifting; height to which something is raised, elevation; force which raises or elevates something; elevator (British); mechanical apparatus which lifts or raises (i.e. ski lift); ride in the vehicle of another person; elation, happy f...||lift|
|act of raising or lifting; something which is lifted or raised; apparatus which raises or lifts, device for lifting, lift up, lifting up, measure of a sail, signal||hoist|
|addition to a will, appendix to text, extra part of will||codicil|
|additional clause to bill, additional comment, person or thing which who rides; addition or appendix to a document, sliding adjustment, somebody on horse or bike, something resting on or strengthening something, thin seam||rider|
|additional information accompanying main text, projecting part, small outgrowth from large intestine, small sac attached to the intestines; addendum, vermiform appendix||appendix|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, be an intern, work as an intern (especially in the medical profession); limit movement; confine, res...||intern|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, intern||interne|
|affairs, aim, apparatus, belongings, concern, deed, detail, fashion, garment, ideal, living creature, object, article; fact; matter; fabrication; idea, occurrence, preferred activity, strong like or dislike, unspecified item, what can be possessed, wor...||thing|
|aircraft device controlling climb and descent, aircraft platform on carrier, grain elevator, grain storehouse, hoisting machine, mechanical apparatus for moving people or items from floor to floor within a building, muscle that lifts part of the body, ...||elevator|
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