|break or remove seal of, break the seal of, open, free from restriction||unseal|
|(Australian Slang) work break||smoko|
|(born 1980) female tennis athlete, winner of U.S. Open in 2000 and 2001||Venus Williams|
|(born 1981) female tennis athlete, winner of the 1999 U.S. Open||Serena Williams|
|(British) gape, stare stupidly with an open mouth||gawp|
|(British) not burdened, free of encumbrance; starved, weak, famished, glance at in a sly or malicious manner; look at in a lecherous manner, lascivious look, look lasciviously, sly or malicious glance; lascivious look; glass furnace||leer|
|(Chemistry) break down a polymer into monomers (also depolymerise), break down a molecule||depolymerize|
|(Chemistry) break down a polymer into monomers (also depolymerize)||depolymerise|
|(Computers) screen and text editor used primarily on UNIX systems (produced by the Free Software Foundation)||Emacs|
|(especially concerning a boat or spacecraft) remove from a dock, detach in space||undock|
|(Fe) metallic element (Chemistry); device used to remove wrinkles from fabric; items made from iron metal, `:Fe, clothes presser, computer hardware, cover with iron, fetter prisoner, handgun, harsh character, heated tool, made of iron, resembling iron,...||iron|
|(Hinduism and Jainism) being set free from the cycle of reincarnation; transcendental state arrived at by being set free from this cycle, release from rebirth||moksha|
|(in the USA) federally-funded program which provides low-cost or free legal services to the needy||Judicare|
|(India) park ground, open area||maidan|
|(Italian) plaza, public square; concourse, city square; balcony, veranda, Italian public square, open-sided passageway, porch||piazza|
|(Medicine) long flexible rod inserted into the larynx or throat (to deliver medication, remove obstructions, etc.)||probang|
|(Medicine) mold used to hold a skin graft in place during healing; thin tube inserted into a tubular structure (e.g. a blood vessel) to hold it open or remove a blockage||stent|
|(Medicine) perform surgery with a small circular saw for cutting circular discs of bone, remove a circle of bone or tissue, small circular saw for cutting circular discs of bone (Medicine), surgical instrument||trephine|
|(Physics) entity that has qualities of a particle (e.g. mass, momentum) but cannot exist as a free particle||quasiparticle|
|(symbol) Phi, minimum energy needed to remove electron||work function|
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