|arrogant, feeling pride, feeling satisfaction; arrogant, haughty; magnificent, wonderful; impressive, fostering feelings of pride, having self-respect, high-spirited, Midwestern U.S.: feeling pleased, pleased and satisfied||proud|
|(born 1942) "Queen of Soul", American soul and gospel singer (best known for her 1967 song "Respect")||Aretha Franklin|
|(British slang) proud, self-satisfied, pleased||chuffed|
|(British) respect, dignity (alternate spelling for honor), show respect; fulfill a promise (alternate spelling for honor)||honour|
|(Cards) bid too high; bid higher in level or suit than the previous bidder (in Bridge), higher bid||overcall|
|(Chemistry) of or containing molybdenum (metallic element used to strengthen and harden steel), relating to molybdenum with a high valence||molybdic|
|(Computers) high-level modular computer programming language used to develop applications for military and civilian needs (standard of the U.S. Department of Defense)||ada|
|(Computers) high-powered chip set used on advanced 3D graphic accelerator cards (developed by 3Dfx Interactive)||Voodoo|
|(French) high, upper; high-class, fashionable, stylish||haute|
|(in Economics) nickname for stocks of a company that is considered stable and profitable and has a relatively high price per share; something of high quality and expensive; blue token that has a high value (in poker games), poker chip, valuable asset o...||blue chip|
|(Informal) amazing, excellent, great; stylish, fashionable, act of swelling, distention; swollen part, protuberance; gradual increase; surge of feeling or emotion; long unbroken wave; elevation of land, slope; crescendo followed by a diminuendo (Music)...||swell|
|(Italian) Mrs., Madame, title of respect for a married woman||signore (signora)|
|(Medicine) excessively high amount of uric acid in the blood (also lithaemia)||lithemia|
|(Medicine) serving to reduce the ability to feel pain (of drugs); (Pathology) causing lack of feeling (of a disease), anesthetic||anaesthetic|
|(Meteorology) large white cloud formation having a flat base and high puffy peaks located at medium altitude of 2 or 3 miles (2450-6100 m), cloud with rounded outline||altocumulus|
|(Music) of or pertaining to a falsetto; pertaining to an unnaturally high-pitched voice (esp. in a man); pertaining to one who sings with an unnaturally high-pitched voice (esp. of a man), falsetto singer, falsetto voice, high singing method, high-pitc...||falsetto|
|(north england) like something, apprehend mentally, arrogance, excessive pride, haughtiness, conceitedness, exaggerated comparison in literature, imaginative idea, too much pride in yourself, whimsical object, witty expression||conceit|
|(north england) money, brass musical instrument group or players, brass musical instruments, category of musical instruments; type of metal alloy which consists of zinc and copper, excessive self-assurance, high-ranking officers, item made of brass, it...||brass|
|(Pathology) "Parrot Fever", infectious disease carried by some birds and which can be transmitted to humans (causes pneumonia, high fever, weakness, and fatigue), disease of birds, parrot fever||psittacosis|
|(Pathology) contagious disease caused by a microorganism from the genus Rickettsia (symptoms include severe headaches, high fever, and skin eruption)||typhus|
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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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