|bullfight in which matadors take turns, competing directly, face-to-face confrontation||mano a mano|
|(about a motor vehicle) be involved in a situation in which a vehicle turns less sharply than desired because the front wheels slide during a turn, (about a motor vehicle) condition in which a vehicle turns less sharply than desired because the front w...||understeer|
|(Architecture) architrave, lowermost part of an entablature in classical architecture that rests directly on top of a column||epistyle|
|(British spelling for complectional) of facial complexion, of the appearance of the skin and face; of the state of things, of the current situation||complexional|
|(British) type of hat that covers the head face and shoulders (worn in extremely cold weather), knitted cap||balaclava|
|(Computers) connected, connected to another computer or to the Internet; available through the Internet, connected via a computer, directly connected to a measurable process, ongoing, on-line, see also:off-line, while connected to a computer||online|
|(French) one-on-one meeting, private meeting; an intimate conversation; a confrontation; a s-shaped couch, intimate conversation for two, intimately, privately; one-on-one, type of sofa||tête-à-tête|
|(Grammar) noun; word or phrase functioning as a noun, directly attaching as dye color, essential, existing independently; real, tangible; substantial; of or pertaining to the essence of something; functioning as a noun (Grammar); expressing existence (...||substantive|
|(Internet) type of icon in the shape of a face that show emotions and expressions like a human face (such as a smiley face)||Emoticon|
|(Slang) with a loud smacking sound; directly, squarely, be distinctively flavored, distinctive taste, express something indirectly, faint taste, slight hint; little bit, small amount; slap; opening and closing of the lips accompanied by a sharp sound; ...||smack|
|(Spanish) mounted man who pricks a bull in order to anger it before a bullfight, bullfighter on horseback||picador|
|(Sports) area which is directly in front of the goal (in soccer, hockey), area in front of the goal||goalmouth|
|a process of converting computer output directly to microfilm.||COM|
|able to function without waste, acting directly to produce an effect, effective, done without waste (of time, resources, etc.), well-organized||efficient|
|abnormal condition in which the feet are flat and turned outward; flat foot which turns outward, outwardly turned foot, outspread foot, see also:flatfoot||splayfoot|
|about-face, position change||volte-face|
|abrupt fall or its sound, bluntly, chubby; full-figured; fattened; frank, sincere, direct, directly, drop abruptly or heavily, fatten up; fluff, make plump, loud fall, loud crash; blow, stroke, hit, with a loud noise, with a thump||plump|
|abseil, descend a mountain face by sliding down a rope which is attached to a body harness and fastened to an overhead projection, descend by rope, descent by rappelling||rappel|
|absolute, candidly, clear; total, absolute; complete; directed straight out (Archaic), instantly, totally, completely; openly; absolutely; directly; immediately, wholly, without qualifications||outright|
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