|ability of a photographic material to duplicate the transition at a boundary in the original image||acutance|
|achieve something, direction finder, encompass, instrument that indicates magnetic north; boundary, limit, personal direction, scope, surround, encircle; comprehend, understand, understand something||compass|
|act of enclosing, boundary fence, confinement, closure of area; additional document or letter placed within another, inclosure, land surrounded by a boundary, reserved area at sports event, restricted part of convent or monastery, something inside a le...||enclosure|
|act or extent of marching, border, border area between two countries, force somebody to go somewhere, long journey by foot; coordinated steps of soldiers; organized walk; progression; marching song; boundary, marching speed, move in military-style form...||march|
|additional range of merchandise, area of a playing field, exclude somebody, keep player out of game, line of merchandise that is secondary to the principal line; secondary business or activity; line that marks the boundary on a playing field (Sports); ...||sideline|
|adjacent, bordering on, having a common border; having the same area, having the same boundaries, coterminous, inside same boundary, meeting in time or place, of equal extent or scope||conterminous|
|apparent, appear, become known, come to the top, exterior or upper boundary of a thing, external part or layer; outward appearance, give a surface to something, of or pertaining to a surface, external; superficial, on land or sea, outer part, provide w...||surface|
|approach a state or quality, border on an area, approach; border, be on the verge; tend towards, lean in a certain direction, boundary, change gradually, clock spindle, edge, brink; wand, staff (especially one that indicates authority), move in particu...||verge|
|area around something, area or district within a city; police station which oversees a precinct; place with set limits or boundaries, boundary, city area patrolled by police unit, electoral district, police unit or station, special part of town||precinct|
|area on playing field, bring to a conclusion; complete, finish, conclude; cease, completion, termination; purpose, aim; death, extremity of a scale, extremity of object, final part, goal, have a tip, leftover piece, limit or boundary, part of communica...||end|
|ball crossing boundary, being 6 in number, group of Cubs or Brownies, group of six, number 6, something with value of 6||six|
|be adjacent to; live next door, be next to something, boundary; edge, fringe; frame which surrounds the application window (Computers), form frontier with place, land at edge, line dividing two areas, narrow flowerbed, strip around edge||border|
|be boundary to, boundary of an area, create boundaries; restrict; reduce; function as a border, farthest point, degree, or amount, maximum money allowed in betting, maximum of a mathematical function, maximum or minimum amount allowed, point at which s...||limit|
|be evasive, evasive statement, protective method, put bushes around something, restrict something, row of bushes forming a fence or boundary; barrier, limit, row of shrubs, surround with a hedge; put up a boundary, enclose; evade, avoid, try to offset ...||hedge|
|black hole boundary trapping light||event horizon|
|border, boundary, parts of a plot of land which touch an adjoining plot of land||abuttal|
|boundary across which data passes, boundary between things, bring into an interface; act as an interface; connect, coordinate, cooperate, common boundary, have or give common boundary, interact, linking device, linking software, point of interaction, s...||interface|
|boundary between crust and mantle, Moho||Mohorovicic discontinuity|
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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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