|a trademark for a hand-held video-game machine with a very small monochrome LCD screen, graphics capability, and an extensive selection of games||Gameboy|
|able to read and write, able to read and write; educated; well-versed in literature, knowledgeable, one who can read and write; educated person, skillfully written, somebody capable of reading and writing, somebody with extensive education, well-educat...||literate|
|able to understand, comprehensive, comprehensive examination, covering many eventualities, extensive, including much, large in scope; having a thorough understanding of a subject or subjects, including all, inclusive||comprehensive|
|act of using a broom, extensive, general, having a wide range; moving over or through a large area; moving rapidly and forcefully, on a large scale, overwhelming, removal of dust and dirt with a broom, too general, with broad extent||sweeping|
|ancient Athenian statesman known for the severity of his code of laws, Dragon, extensive faint constellation of northern hemisphere||Draco|
|awful, disastrous, life-threatening and requiring expensive treatment, providing extensive coverage for high expenses, terrible, calamitous||catastrophic|
|being type of sentence in logic, including many things, including speaker and person addressed, including the specified limits, containing, taking in; comprehensive, all-embracing, extensive, see also:exclusive||inclusive|
|big and detailed, extensive||large-scale|
|broad in scope, containing great space, having a large amount of space, roomy; large, enormous; extensive, comprehensive||spacious|
|broad, comprehensive, covering a wide range of subjects; spreading, extensive; open, unrestrained, communicative, expanding, having exaggerated feelings of self-worth, lavish, with outstretched arms||expansive|
|chance, probability of advancement or success; hope, promise; view, vista, scene; outlook, perspective; potential customer (Economics), direction faced, expectations of success, extensive outlook or scene, likely customer, look for something, mineral d...||prospect|
|common, popular, extensive, prevalent; spread out over a large area, spread far apart||widespread|
|comprehensive inquiry, extensive investigation of a subject||res. (research)|
|comprehensive inquiry, extensive investigation of a subject, organized study, perform a thorough investigation, study a subject closely, study something methodically||research|
|comprehensive, all-embracing, extensive; including, containing||incl (inclusive)|
|comprehensive; extensive, end to end, general, in general, generally, on the whole, one-piece protective garment, overalls, one piece garment made of trousers and a piece of cloth that covers the chest and has shoulder straps (originally worn to protec...||overall|
|declaration, declaration of religious belief, occupation requiring extensive education, people in profession, vocation, skilled occupation; total people engaged in a profession; declaration, proclamation; avowal, acknowledgement||profession|
|extending throughout the world, global, universal, extensive, over whole earth, relating to whole world||worldwide|
|extensive diagnosis as protection against lawsuit||defensive medicine|
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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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