|during the entire day||all day|
|ability, ability; aptitude; sense; skill, talent; capability; department; teaching staff; teaching and administrative force of a university, all members of profession, division of university, entire teaching staff, mental ability, power granted by auth...||faculty|
|add (Mathematics); summarize, add up, amount of money, amount that is determined by adding two or more numbers; whole amount, entire quantity; unspecified amount; essence, gist; group of numbers to be added up; summary, arithmetical calculation, combin...||sum|
|add things together, amount to total, entire, complete, absolute, kill somebody or destroy something, overall, sum, sum up, come to, sum; whole, used for emphasis||total|
|affecting entire state, occurring throughout all parts of a state, throughout a state, in all parts of a state, throughout state||statewide|
|affecting whole body, affecting whole plant, of a system, of or pertaining to a system; pertaining to or affecting an entire body or organism, systemic chemical||systemic|
|all day, throughout an entire day, lasting a whole day||daylong|
|all galaxies, entire system of the galaxies (Astronomy)||metagalaxy|
|all over a city, involving an entire city||citywide|
|all the organisms in given area, entire population of all plants and animals living in a particular ecosystem (Ecology)||biota|
|as a single piece, complete, not in pieces; full; entire, including every part; healthy, well, completely, having common parents, healed or healthy, not fractional, relating to duration or extent, single entity or unit, something complete, totality; co...||whole|
|attended by everyone, full or unlimited, replete; complete, whole, entire; absolute, definite, plenary meeting||plenary|
|buying entire amount of something, instance in which one company purchases a controlling interest in another company (Finance)||buyout|
|complete range of musical notes, full range, lowest medieval musical note, medieval musical scale system, total range of notes (Music); entire extent of anything||gamut|
|complete, not damaged, whole, entire; unbroken, undamaged; unscathed, inviolate; unchanged, without any removed parts||intact|
|countries in the Western Hemisphere south of the United States were Romance languages are spoken (i.e. Spanish, Portuguese and French), the entire western hemisphere south of the United States, those countries of the Americas that developed from the co...||Latin America|
|decorate surface of, do too much work, excessive work, excessive work; overexertion, work too hard; cause to work too hard; decorate an entire surface; overuse, overuse something, work too much on something||overwork|
|disease causing spots on skin, pimples, small inflammations of the skin; syphilis, type of infectious venereal disease that can affect the entire body||pox|
|during the night, all night, in the course of the night, throughout entire night||nightlong|
|during the year, lasting the entire year, lasting a whole year||yearlong|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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