|milliner, one who manufactures hats as a profession||hatmaker|
|(Computers) large software company that manufactures many popular computer programs (such as the operating systems DOS and Windows, Excel, Word, and others)||MS (Microsoft)|
|a medicine, drug; cathartic, diarrhetic, laxative, physics, pick-me-up, profession of medicine, provide medicine, administer drugs; act as a laxative, function as a diarrhetic, purge something, treat somebody or something||physic|
|a trademark for hats having wide brims and high crowns||Stetson|
|a trademark for tractors that have continuous treads composed of chain, American company that manufactures agricultural and heavy industrial machinery||Caterpillar|
|ability, ability; aptitude; sense; skill, talent; capability; department; teaching staff; teaching and administrative force of a university, all members of profession, division of university, entire teaching staff, mental ability, power granted by auth...||faculty|
|academic degree, person with a license, person with a permit; person with a degree from an academic institution, Presbyterian preacher, qualification of a licentiate, somebody authorized in a profession, somebody with a licentiate degree||licentiate|
|act of expelling a lawyer from the legal profession||disbarment|
|act of forcefully taking possession of an area, seizure; conquest; possession or settlement of land, act of occupying, activity, invasion, job, profession, vocation; employment; business; work, time of occupying||occupation|
|act of limiting oneself to a particular profession or field of study, concentration in field of study, specialty||specialism|
|act of producing or directing motion pictures, profession of a moviemaker||filmmaking|
|adapt to particular purpose, become adapted, devote oneself to a particular profession or field of study; adapt to a particular environment (Biology); limit, restrict; make special, devote time to particular activity, specify something||specialize|
|advanced medical student working as an apprentice in a hospital; one who is involved in a specialized training program which gives hands-on experience, be an intern, work as an intern (especially in the medical profession); limit movement; confine, res...||intern|
|amateurish, contrary to professional standards, not belonging to profession, not professional; contrary to professional ethics; unbecoming in members of a profession||unprofessional|
|ambition, aspiration; profession, impulse to follow particular job||calling|
|American company that manufactures comprehensive programs for financial management and preparing tax reports||Intuit|
|analyzing prices and market indicators, belonging to particular subject or profession, exhibiting technique, high-tech, of or pertaining to technique; relating to technology; specialized; mechanical; having practical knowledge; applied, relating to ind...||technical|
|appeal for profession of faith||altar call|
|application of science to designing things, contrivance, profession involving technical designing, work of an engineer (including planning, etc.)||engineering|
|apprentice, one who is learning a skill (or profession, etc.); beginner, novice||prentice|
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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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