|cosmetic preparation for cleansing pores||face pack|
|(Computers) composing, preparing of a multimedia display; writing of hypertext and its preparation, writing of computer programs||authoring|
|(Computers) preparation of a diskette or hard disk for reading and writing; design, setting of configurations of a document||formatting|
|(Slang) kiss and caress, "make out" (usually about teenagers); kill a bird for food preparation by chopping its head off at the neck; strangle, band around pillar, cut of meat, garment part around neck, kill poultry, kiss and cuddle, long narrow finger...||neck|
|a trademark for a medicinal preparation of the painkiller meperidine, brand name of meperidine, narcotic drug prescribed to relieve pain||Demerol|
|a trademark for a preparation of amphetamine, a medical stimulant, brand name for a commercially produced amphetamine (Pharmacology)||Benzedrine|
|act of grinding or fine chopping; preparation of mincemeat; hesitant or restrained speech; speech or behavior that is affected or unnaturally courteous; walking with dainty steps, overly dainty||mincing|
|act of improvising, extemporizing, act of performing without advance preparation, act of making up on the spur of the moment||improvising|
|act of improvising; something which is done without preparation, something improvised (i.e. speech or musical performance), creating and performing simultaneously, improvised piece or performance||improvisation|
|act of preparation for war by equipping with weapons||arming|
|act of preparing food with heat, preparation of food, prepared food, used in cooking||cooking|
|act of processing in advance, advance preparation or adaption||preprocessing|
|act of secreting, oozing out, exudate, release through pores or cut||exudation|
|act of stooping or bending low, act of crouching, bend down low, stoop down; cringe, bow low, bend in preparation to pounce, squatting position||crouch|
|act of tripling; preparation of three copies||triplication|
|act of washing or cleansing with a liquid (as with water), cleansing liquid, cosmetic treatment for hair, dip something into dye, flush mouth with water, gentle wash, lightly clean something in liquid, cleanse (as with water); soak in water to remove s...||rinse|
|act of washing, apply thin coating to something, be convincing, be washable, clean something, clean yourself, cleansing; rinsing; cleaning; cleaning laundry; erode; flood; be rinsed; be flooded; coat with a color, cleansing; rinsing; cleaning; laundry;...||wash|
|act or process of initializing; act of resetting something to its starting value or position; preparation of a computer disk for reading and writing; startup of a system or program (Computers)||initialisation|
|ad-lib, extemporize, make up on the spur of the moment, perform without advance preparation, make something up on the spot, substitute||improvise|
|administer a douche; use a douche, be given a douche, clean body with water jet, cleaning body by squirting water, equipment producing cleansing water jet, stream of water used to cleanse various parts of the body (for medical or hygienic purposes)||douche|
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