|machine for sewing||sewing machine|
|(British) excercise machine on which one can perform various excercises; workout room having more than one excercise machine, exercise equipment||multigym|
|(Computers) programming language in which instructions are written in a clean language that resembles human language (and is later translated into machine language)||HLL (High Level Language)|
|(Graphics) most basic geometric shapes (lines, points, squares, and circles); simplest elements of a computer program (Programming); basic commands (in Machine Language)||primitives|
|(Weaving) loosen and clean fibers with a willow machine (especially wool and cotton fibers), any of a number of deciduous trees having long flexible branches; cricket bat (made from the wood of a willow); machine with a spiked drum used for cleaning an...||willow|
|a trademark for a cross-country ski exercise machine||Nordic Track|
|a trademark for a film editing machine||Moviola|
|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|
|a trademark for a machine that resurfaces the ice on hockey and skating rinks||Zamboni|
|a trademark for a machine with a large scoop that is used for lifting and moving earth and rubble||Payloader|
|a trademark for a typesetting machine that is run from a keyboard activating a unit that sets type by individual characters, brand name of a typesetting machine used to cast metal type||Monotype|
|ability to be mechanically processed, ability to be cut or shaped by a machine||machinability|
|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|
|abstaining from, away, away from work, branching out from, canceled, closed, deactivated (machine, appliance, etc.); canceled; secondary (road); free from work (day, etc.); right (side of the road); bad, rotten (food), deactivated state, closed conditi...||off|
|abstract control, boss, chief, principal; controlling, ruling; expert, proficient, skilled; superior, control somebody, control something, controlling machine, leader, learn something, lord, ruler; captain of a ship; principal of a school; owner of a s...||master|
|aching pain, article of clothing, bind pages, close wound, complete movement of a threaded needle through cloth or other material; single loop of yarn (Knitting); particular method of sewing; sudden intense pain; bit, small amount; piece of clothing, l...||stitch|
|act of removing parts from (an object, machine, etc.) to be used in another||cannibalization|
|act of sewing, act of fastening with a needle and thread; line of stitches||stitching|
|act of tearing into small pieces; act of destroying documents with a shredding machine; process of being torn into small pieces||shredding|
|act or process of making a product by hand or by machine (especially on a large scale); specific branch of industry (i.e. linen manufacture); product made by hand or by machine, invent, make body chemical, make by machine (especially on a large scale);...||manufacture|
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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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