|dig ditch around, encroach, intrench, protect, settle firmly, strongly establish; establish a strong defensive position; dig foxholes or trenches for defense; intrude, encroach (also intrench)||entrench|
|$100 note, being 100 in number, county subdivision, group of 100, large number, number 100, number third from decimal point, numbers 100 to 999, position third from decimal point, years of a century||hundred|
|(Arabic) strong hot wind coming from the Saharian desert (also known as simoon), simoom||samiel|
|(Archaic) comrade, good fellow; sailor, cordial, affectionate; sincere, genuine, honest; enthusiastic; devoted; vigorous; healthy; abundant, loud and enthusiastic, overloud and overenthusiastic, sincere and enthusiastic, strongly felt, substantial and ...||hearty|
|(Archaic) strong, intoxicating, alcoholic (drink); slightly drunk, slightly intoxicated, deep bowl for food; bib or napkin for a baby; (British) diaper||nappy|
|(Botany) variety of Mexican agave plant cultivated for its strong fiber; fiber from the Mexican agave plant (used to make rope and carpets), fiber from sisal, plant yielding fibers, sisal hemp||sisal|
|(British spelling for defense) protection, security||defence|
|(British) apron, pinafore; smock worn over clothing to protect it from becoming soiled (term used by children)||pinny|
|(British) dark beer, alcoholic beverage; sour quality, difficult to accept, having an acrid taste, hostile, resentful, strong and sharp in taste, very cold||bitter|
|(British) package, bundle; group, gang; field, plot of land, yard, batch of commercial goods, bunch, make parcel of something, bundle; divide, partition; wrap, cover, portion, protect rope, something wrapped up||parcel|
|(British) person nominated to a position as a personal favor or reward||placeman|
|(Buddhism and Hinduism) type of symbolic hand gesture, hand position||mudra|
|(Chemistry) contains permanganate, contains the radical MnO4 (strong oxidizing agent that has a purple coloring when in a water solution)||permanganic|
|(Computers) high-level modular computer programming language used to develop applications for military and civilian needs (standard of the U.S. Department of Defense)||ada|
|(Football) defensive or offensive players who are positioned behind the line or behind the linebackers; area in which the backfield are positioned, area of field, positions||backfield|
|(Football) player who is stationed farthest behind the scrimmage line; position played by the tailback, offensive back||tailback|
|(French) point, sharp end; ballet position in which dancers stand on the tip of the toes, tip-of-toe ballet position||pointe|
|(French) weapon, instrument for use in attack or defense in combat (i.e. sword, gun, claws, etc.)||arme|
|(from Krav Maga) the official self defense and fighting system of the Israeli Defense Forces||maga|
|(Grammar) fundamental part of a sentence that contains a verb and provides details about the subject of a sentence (such as attributes, action, etc.), assert something about subject of statement, base on, found on; establish, set; ascribe, base somethi...||predicate|
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