|fire an employee, prevent from working||disemploy|
|(about clothing or fabric) unshrinkable, shrunk beforehand in order to prevent later shrinkage in the laundry, already shrunk||preshrunk|
|(Computers) working at the level of single bits (rather than larger data units)||bitwise|
|(Greek Mythology) of Prometheus, pertaining to Prometheus (Titan who stole fire from heaven and was punished by the gods), boldly creative||Promethean|
|(Jacques Etienne) inventor of the first practical hot-air balloon; name of a hot-air balloon using fire as a thrusting force||Montgolfier|
|(Medicine) spasm of muscles to reduce motion or agitation of areas affected by injury or disease; (in Basketball) act of going after a rival around the court to prevent him from getting close to the basket while avoiding illegal contact||guarding|
|(Slang) ruined, done for, finished; not working, out of order||kaput|
|(Slang) went to sleep (Example: "After working the night shift, I fell out")||fell out|
|(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|
|(U.K.) working on a temporary basis; doing add jobs; taking advantage of opportunities of public service for personal gain||jobbing|
|(Zoology) tailed amphibian from the order Caudata found in warm temperate climates (resembles a small lizard), mythical reptile living in fire, portable stove, small animal resembling lizard||salamander|
|1st day of the working week, second day of the week (first working day in many countries)||Monday|
|40 days, detain, hold in isolation, hold in confinement, isolate to avoid spread of disease, isolation to prevent spread of disease, confinement; blockage, enforcement of sanctions, place of isolation, state or period of isolation, time of enforced iso...||quarantine|
|7-day period, calendar week, one week after a particular day, period of 7 days from Sunday to Saturday; any period of 7 days; number of days during the week devoted to work or school, seven days before; seven days after, special week, working week||week|
|a fortified wall surrounding West Berlin, Germany, built in 1961 to prevent East German citizens traveling to the West. Its demolition in 1989 marked the end of the Cold War.||Berlin Wall|
|a portable oil-burning lamp, formerly used by miners, in which the flame is protected by metal gauze to prevent it from igniting explosive gases underground||Davy lamp|
|a small war, fire in dry brush, involving local military, small crisis||brushfire|
|a trademark for a copolymer used in making fire- and insect-resistant textile fiber and derived from vinyl chloride and acrylonitrile||Dynel|
|a trademark for a lip balm in the form of a stick, applied to the lips to prevent or relieve chapping||Chap Stick|
|a trademark for a rifle first produced in the late 19th century that can fire several shots before it has to be reloaded||Winchester rifle|
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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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