|enclosed in parentheses||parenthetic|
|enclosed in parentheses||parenthetical|
|a trademark for an enclosed telescoping walkway between an airplane and a terminal building, through which passengers can embark and disembark||Jetway|
|acoustic, science of sound; manner in which sound is transmitted within an enclosed space (as in a room, auditorium, etc.), sound-carrying ability, study of sound||acoustics|
|acquire monopoly of, area enclosed by converging lines, control of a market, difficult situation, force into difficult position, hold at bay; gain advantage on the market; approach; catch, trap, in corner of something, intended for corner, kick or shot...||corner|
|activist group, basic unit of living thing, dependent religious house, loculus, smallest unit of life, range of mobile phone transmitter, room for holding prisoner, small enclosed structure, small room, solar cell, something that produces electricity, ...||cell|
|add interest, add together, consisting of more than one part, divided into parts, enclosed area; mixture, substance composed of different elements, group of buildings, having parts, intensify something, made from two or more words, make something by co...||compound|
|add something as extra comment, insert extra comments, put in parentheses, enclose in parentheses; use a parenthetical expression, put something in parentheses||parenthesize|
|additional, containing parentheses||parenthetical; parenthetic|
|adjust the cabin pressure inside an airplane; apply force or weight, press; compel, subject to mental stress, urge, increase air pressure in container, increase air pressure in enclosed space, put fluid under pressure||pressurize|
|animals kept in pen, area that confines somebody or something, confine somebody or something, enclose, fence into an enclosed area, female swan, fortified dock for repairing submarines, instrument for writing in ink||pen|
|area enclosed by defensive structure, defensive enclosure, enclave, enclosed area, pregnant||enceinte|
|area for cars before a race, area for mounting racehorses, enclosed field for horses, enclosure; small field near a stable for pasturing or exercising animals; enclosed pen for saddling and mounting race horses; area at a racetrack where race cars rece...||paddock|
|area used for business or activity, enclosed paved piece of land, garden, imperial unit of length, keep livestock in a yard, land around a house, lawn, enclosure, lot, courtyard; unit of measure equal to 0.9144 meters; storage area; pen, enclosure for ...||yard|
|audio recording stored on magnetic tape and enclosed in a cassette; cassette containing a strip of magnetic tape that is used to record sound, audiotape cassette||audiocassette|
|avenue of stores, enclosed area with game machines, passageway covered with an arched roof; video game room, location containing coin-operated games, passageway with arches, series of arches||arcade|
|baby enclosure, enclosed area for children to play in safely||playpen|
|beer in barrels, call for military service, call up, call-up, check, compel to run for office, conscription, current of air in enclosed space, current of cold air, depth needed by ship to float, dose of liquid medicine, follow closely, leveling line on...||draft|
|body cavity, enclosed area at a rail car entrance, entrance hall, entrance hall just inside the front doors of a building; small cavity leading from one larger cavity or canal to another (Anatomy); closed passageway between two railroad cars, middle ca...||vestibule|
|booth; enclosed seating area (in a theater or opera house), box in theater, front of balcony||loge|
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