|act of pounding, attack continuously, avoirdupois unit of weight, beat something to pulp or powder, British unit of force, coin or bill worth a pound, common unit of currency, enclosure for stray animals, enclosure for vehicles or other goods, place fo...||pound|
|action taken, step; unit of size or capacity; criterion; device for measuring; amount, degree, extent; system of measuring; meter, cadence; legislative bill or act; prescribed distance or quantity, adjust for effect, assess effect or quality, bar, be a...||measure|
|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 to requirements, amount in excess of what is needed; excess of assets over liabilities (Accounting), excess amount, excess money, extra worth, more than is needed, superfluous||surplus|
|admirable quality, cardinal or theological morality, chastity, effective force, good quality, goodness, goodness; uprightness, integrity; morality (especially in sexual conduct); good quality, order of angels, worth||virtue|
|advance billing, advance debit, bill in advance, charge a fee in advance, debit beforehand||prebill|
|Afghan currency unit, basic unit of currency in Afghanistan, coin worth an afghani||afghani|
|African American holiday that begins in the end of December; currency of Angola, coin or bill worth one kwanza, unit of Angolan currency||kwanza|
|African bird with curved bill||wood hoopoe|
|African monetary unit, bill worth a loti||loti|
|African stork with yellow bill, wood stork||wood ibis|
|always fashionable, creation that serves as an example to be followed (outstanding piece of art, excellent book, etc.); something worth remembering; something traditional, definitive, excellent; timeless; traditional; serving as a model (in art and lit...||classic|
|amount calculated, educational evaluation, estimation, appraisal (of worth), property valuation||assessment|
|ancient Greek silver coin, ancient Greek unit of weight, coin worth one drachma, dram, Greek currency unit, unit of currency in Greece||drachma|
|Angolan currency unit, coin worth lwei, currency sub-unit of Angola (100 lwei equal 1 kwanza)||lwei|
|animal with a duck-like bill (native to Australia), see also:duckbilled-platypus||platypus|
|any of a number of insectivorous birds having a strong hooked and toothed bill, bird that impales its prey||shrike|
|any of a number of large wading birds having long legs and a long narrow bill (native to the Eastern Hemisphere), large wading bird with long legs||stork|
|any of a number of small birds having a thick conical bill, kind of finch||grosbeak|
|any of a number of subatomic particles that have very little mass, Greek monetary unit, old coin worth one lepton||lepton|
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