|fertilizer added at roots, use of side-dressing||side-dressing|
|(Archaic) deck of a ship, side of a ship; state of being on board a ship, designed for use on a ship; occurring or happening on a ship, occurring on board ship||shipboard|
|(Architecture) having a double row of columns on each side, front and rare; having two wings, building with two wings (Architecture)||dipteral|
|(Botany) an shared connection between the roots of a fungus and the roots of a higher plant||mycorrhiza|
|(British) pertaining to the side located on the left, port, (British) side located on the left, side opposite the right side, port side||nearside|
|(Chemistry) acid phosphate, mixture containing calcium acid phosphate and calcium sulfate (mainly used as an agricultural fertilizer)||superphosphate|
|(Chemistry) chloride compound used as a fertilizer (no longer in technical use)||muriate|
|(Chemistry) potassium compound obtained from wood ashes (used in fertilizers, soaps, etc.), potassium carbonate, potassium compound used in fertilizer, potassium hydroxide||potash|
|(Geometry) draw a circle around a triangle tangent to one side of the triangle and to the extensions of the other two sides||escribe|
|(in right triangles) ratio of the length of the side opposite an acute angle to the length of the hypotenuse (Trigonometry), mathematical function on circle, trigonometric function for angles||sine|
|(Medicine) bone fracture in which one side of the bone is bent and the other side is broken (most often occurs in children)||greenstick fracture|
|(Slang) and something else; and a little more, advantageous, advantageous factor, and also, involving addition, on positive side, on the electrical positive side, plus sign, positive (Mathematics, Electricity); and more, positive quantity, prep. and mo...||plus|
|(Slang) hostile and tough sailor, having the taste of salt; having salt added; sharp, shrewd; pertaining to the sea or life at sea, lively and amusing, of sea or sailors, tasting of salt||salty|
|(Statistics) measure of the degree to which statistical data varies from the mean (equal to the square root of the average of the square roots of the deviations)||SD (standard deviation)|
|a chambered and coiled ammonoid (an extinct mollusk), explosive, extinct sea animal, fertilizer, fossilized ammonite shell||ammonite|
|a round lunar lowland region on the side of the Moon that is furthest from the Earth||Mare Orientale|
|a rush or run, coal container, destroy something, move with short fast steps, run or move quickly, scamper, scurry; cause a ship to sink by opening or creating holes in its hull, quick movement, scurry; hatch on the deck or side of a ship; container fo...||scuttle|
|A small charge, typically 1/8 point, added to the purchase price and subtracted from the selling price by the dealer for odd-lot quantities.||Differential|
|a trademark for a utensil shaped like a spoon with tines at the end like a fork and a sharp edge on one side like a knife||Splayd|
|a trademark for shoes and boots, especially low-cut patent-leather shoes for girls with a strap fastening near the ankle at the side||Mary Janes|
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