|fault with strike parallel to strata||strike fault|
|(British) destroy, annihilate; strike suddenly, make a surprise assault, opening allowing drainage from building, opening for draining water from deck, opening for draining water from the deck of a ship (Nautical), sink ship, wreck or ruin something||scupper|
|(Computers) ability to carry out more than one process simultaneously; parallel processing, simultaneous use of several computers for processing tasks, use of multiple computer programming units||multiprocessing|
|(Computers) interface standard for connecting disk drives and other peripheral devices to personal computers (enables faster transmission than regular parallel connections)||SCSI (small computer system interface)|
|(Geology) fold shown on a map as concentrically arranged contour patterns whose amplitude decreases to zero in a regular fashion in two directions, dome-shaped, parallel to outside wall||periclinal|
|(Geology) of a line or axis toward which strata slope; sloping downwards in opposite directions to meet in common point or line||synclinal|
|(Geometry) truncated cone or pyramid; part of a solid that is cut parallel, parallel-cutting part of solid||frustum|
|(Mining) incline from a vertical position (of a fault or vein), angle of a fault plane, slope from the vertical||hade|
|(Music) early type of modern jazz music that began in the 1940s (characterized by emphasized improvisation, quick melodies, and a wide range of chords), a spell of dancing, bebop, blow delivered, dance, go casually, hit, blow (Slang), strike a blow, hi...||bop|
|(Rhetoric) reversal in the order of words in two otherwise parallel phrases (i.e. I went to school, to work went they), inverted word order in phrase||chiasmus|
|(Slang) loud noise (from impact), forceful blow, hit something with loud noise, sound of forceful blow, strike, hit powerfully; slam; make a slamming noise, suddenly and forcefully, used to indicate the sound of blow||wham|
|(Sports) to pitch a ball outside of the area of the plate to prevent a base runner stealing a base (Baseball); lateral underhand pass from a quarterback to a running back (American football), lateral pass behind line of scrimmage, pitch out of strike zone||pitchout|
|a blow, dowse, drenching, extinguish something, immerse something in water, lower sail, punch or strike somebody, put liquid on something, take off a hat, throw water on, plunge into water; strike, hit; take in or lower a sail (Nautical)||douse|
|a collection of things held together, a lot of money, band of parallel tissues, gather together, bind together; make into a bundle, package, number of objects that have been gathered together; package, set of computer equipment:, shove somebody or some...||bundle|
|abbreviate word, block player illegally, bullet holder, clamp, fastener; shred; short segment of video; selecting part of a graphic document for the purpose of editing (Computers); cartridge for bullets; sharp blow, sharp strike, clipping, curtail, cut...||clip|
|ability to hit hard, ability to impress, beat somebody, defeat somebody decisively, hard hit, heavy blow, thump; ability to give heavy blows; quality of making a strong impression (Informal), hit somebody very hard, strike, give heavy blow; decisively ...||wallop|
|accidental knock, blow, stroke; projection, swelling, interj. thump, noise made by a bump, lump on surface, move unsteadily, raised area on skull, sound of impact, strike, hit; collide; be jolted, be shaken, swelling on body, turn away a passenger, wit...||bump|
|accuse, describe symptoms of something, express unhappiness about something, find fault, express displeasure||complain|
|act as a strikebreaker, cheater; strikebreaker, disease of farm animals, disease of oilseed rape, gambler who cheats, potato disease, scab, somebody who works during strike||blackleg|
|act of hitting; refusal to work as a form of protest, arresting, noticeable, tending to draw attention, attractive or impressive, conspicuous, on strike||striking|
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