|chinaware with relief figures||cameo ware|
|ace relief pitcher, card that prevents taking of suit, close with stopper, cork or plug, person or thing that stops; device which closes an opening, somebody or something that stops something, stopple||stopper|
|add up figures, attach a foot to; walk; pay (Slang); move with the rhythm, body part located at the end of the leg; unit of length equal to 12 inches or 30.48 cm; bottom or lowest part of something (i.e. stairs, a table, a hill, a page, etc.), footligh...||foot|
|add up part of a series of numbers; reach a subtotal, calculate subtotal of, sum of part of a series of numbers, total of partial set of figures||subtotal|
|agreed break in arguing, agreed break in fighting, agreement to stop fighting, armistice, cease fire; relief from trouble||truce|
|aid to those in need, bas-relief, diverting contrast, easement, alleviation; liberation, release; support provided to the needy; embossment, sculpture in which the forms project outward from the surface; aid, assistance; person who fills the role of an...||relief|
|alleviation, relief, assuagement; calming, soothing; extenuation, act of making a crime less severe||palliation|
|alto-rilievo, high relief||alto-relievo|
|amount expressed numerically, be included in something, be unsurprising, believe or conclude, believe somebody to be something, calculate, calculate; think, assume; portray, depict; express verbally; adorn with figures or patterns; embellish; express i...||figure|
|any addictive substance which dulls the senses (morphine, opium, alcohol, etc.); opium and its derivatives; medical drug for pain relief and sedation; relaxant, barbiturate; drug addict, causing sleep, illegal drug, of addicts, of narcotics, of or asso...||narcotic|
|area for clerical workers, baseball warm-up area, bull enclosure, fenced in area where bulls are kept, relief pitchers, temporary cell||bullpen|
|assign a number to something, count; assign a number; equal in amount; limit, allot; be included in (a specific group); total, add up to, counting, or figures used to count, garment, grammatical quantity, identifying figure, include something, make as ...||number|
|atlas, set of sculptural figures of men used to support structures in architecture||atlantes|
|basso-relievo, basso-rilievo, flat sculpture, high relief, low relief, sculpture in which the carved images project slightly from the background surface (Art), piece of bas-relief, see also:low relief||bas-relief|
|battik, design produced by batik method, fabric printing technique, hand-dyed fabric, wax dye relief technique of producing a pattern on cloth; piece of fabric dyed by the batik process||batik|
|being composed of figures, having figures, figurative||figural|
|being or having a mechanism which causes a quick upward or forward motion; becoming three dimensional when opened (Art); appearing temporarily when activated (Computers), item with pop-up figures, pop fly, pop-fly, ball that is hit high up in the air b...||pop-up|
|brawny, expecting good stock market figures, optimistic, resembling a bull, obstinate, stubborn; tending to cause a rise in prices (of the stock exchange)||bullish|
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