|excessively ripe, too ready, too ripe||overripe|
|(Medicine) excessively high amount of uric acid in the blood (also lithaemia)||lithemia|
|(Slang) loud noise; swindle; trap; ambush; competition or game organized with an opponent who can be defeated without effort, arrangement, organization; scheme; camera position ready for a specific shot, assemble; arrrange; establish; operate; cause so...||set tub|
|(Slang) pre-university studies; intensive course; preparatory lessons, attend private secondary school, get ready, prepare (for a test, etc.), homework, preparatory school, prepare for something, prepare somebody for surgery, prepare something for pain...||prep|
|able and willing, made, or made ready, beforehand, ready and able to deal with something, ready; arranged, set||prepared|
|able to be gotten, eligible for office, ready for use; attainable; unoccupied; valid, unattached||available|
|able to be run as a program, achievable, practicable, feasible, computer file that can be executed, file in machine language that is ready to be run (Computers), executable file||executable|
|able to be used, combat-ready, of or pertaining to an operation; working; functional; ready for use; operative, of the operation of something||operational|
|abnormally preoccupied with something; haunted by feelings of anxiety; excessively focused on, crazy about||obsessed|
|abstract, based on abstract reasoning; excessively subtle or theoretical; supernatural; of or pertaining to metaphysics, incorporeal||metaphysical|
|accessible to a particular group, alert, allowing access to the inside, apart or wide, available to all registered voters, available to do business, available without limitations, be ready for new ideas, become accessible to the public, begin showing t...||open|
|acquiescent, yielding, obliging, submissive, obedient, conforming to requirements, ready to conform||compliant|
|act in an excessively emotional or sentimental manner, make more dramatic||hoke|
|act of bragging, something bragged about, exaggerate about oneself, desirable possession, excessively proud statement, possess something desirable, shape stone, speak proudly about possessions or accomplishments||boast|
|act of exercising excessively, exercise excessively||overexercise|
|act of getting ready, act of preparing; arrangement, act of putting in order; medicinal substance, substance concocted for medical purposes, homework, mixture, preparatory measure, preparing something or somebody, readiness, softening approach to disso...||preparation|
|act of making ready, act of putting into the proper condition; act of getting oneself ready||preparing|
|actual, having a striking result, military personnel or equipment, officially in force, producing a result, productive, efficient; in operation; impressive, ready for action, true as a rate of interest||effective|
|add an additional cost to; overcharge; overburden, additional amount added to the usual price; excessively high price; overly heavy load or burden||surcharge|
|added in speaking, growing excessively; redundant, superfluous, relating to an outgrowth||excrescent|
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