|at this, on this matter, upon this; following this||hereupon|
|(British) leaflet of two to four pages; protective cover for a tent, printed matter||flysheet|
|(Chemistry) specialist in microanalysis (branch of chemistry that studies very small particles of matter)||microanalyst|
|(Slang) disregard or ignore, neglect, emphatic "what", expressing mild disagreement, no matter what, of any kind, pron. whichever; any one; any; anything; what, whichever; any; anything; any amount; so be it||whatever|
|a vertical cavity in a glacier caused by hard matter falling through a crack in the ice, shaft bored into a glacier by debris||moulin|
|able to decompose naturally, can be broken down (pertaining to matter)||biodegradable|
|accusation, accuse somebody of crime, amount of money asked, an order to do something, ask money for something, attack in a rush, criticize, debit, electric property of matter, enough explosive for detonation, enough to fill something, entrust; order, ...||charge|
|act of judging; forming of an opinion; assessment, opinion; verdict, sentence of a court; decree, sentence; ability to judge, good sense, act of making a statement, decision of a judge, decision on a disputed matter, discernment or good sense, divine p...||judgment|
|act of removing matter floating on the surface of a liquid; act of removing from the top; film, thin layer, coat or become coated with layer, cursory look, embezzle, give little or no attention to, glance through a book or paper, hide profits to avoid ...||skim|
|act of sending out, distribution; something sent out, publication, edition; subject, topic, matter under discussion; end result; children, offspring, add up as gain, allotting of something, announce something publicly, arise from a condition, copy of a...||issue|
|act of sounding bell, band of matter circling planet, bell sound, boxing, bullring, call on the telephone (British); bid, summon; encircle, surround; form into a ring; sound a bell; seem, appear; resound, be filled with sound; reverberate, echo, circle...||ring|
|actually, truthfully, as a matter of fact||in fact|
|addition, attraction of matter by gravity, expansion or increase due to gradual build-up or additions; growth, increase in size; added part, addition; growing together or joining of separate parts, increase in landmass, increase in size of continents||accretion|
|advocate of dualism; advocate of the belief that mind and matter exist separately (Philosophy); advocate of the belief that good and evil are embodied in two separate divine beings or principles (Theology)||dualist|
|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|
|aforesaid, same, as already stated, repeat something, same here, symbols representing repeated matter, the same thing applies elsewhere||ditto|
|all matter and energy in space, population, sphere of person or thing, the earth and humanity, universe of discourse, world, cosmos, creation, nature, everything||universe|
|all the things that, each matter/object that||everything that|
|amuse oneself, toy, play, waste time, idle, make sport of, cold dessert, matter or object of small value or importance; small amount of something; artistic work of no lasting significance; type of pewter; dessert made from sponge cake layered with whip...||trifle|
|any one; whatever; no matter which, pron. whatever; no matter which||whichever|
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