|obtain something||come by|
|(Mathematics) number by which one can multiply logarithms of one system to obtain the logarithms of another system; number by which two quantities can be divided to yield the same remainder, absolute value, coefficient, division number, logarithm factor||modulus|
|A group of businesses or nations that act together as a single producer to obtain market control and to influence prices in their favor by limiting production of a product. The United States has laws prohibiting cartels.||Cartel|
|achieve victory, amount of money won, be victorious; gain; obtain; arrive with great effort; succeed; acquire; convince; gain trust (or approval, favor, etc.), capture something using force, earn the love of somebody, extract something from ore, first ...||win|
|acquire something by payment, be buyer for company or individual, believe something, bribe somebody, exchange of money for goods, obtain something by sacrifice, obtain time, purchase, obtain by paying money, purchase; something purchased at a cheap pri...||buy|
|acquire something, assured, ensure payment for something, assure; obtain, procure; protect, defend; fortify, strengthen; lock, fasten, firmly fixed, fix something firmly, guarantee, make something safe, make something safe for secret communications, ma...||secure|
|acquire something, obtain, get; buy, purchase; pimp, obtain people to work as prostitutes, provide prostitutes||procure|
|act of buying, advantage, acquire in exchange for money; procure, obtain, get something by paying money, hold, move something using a lever, obtain something through effort, obtaining through effort, power given by a lever, something bought, something ...||purchase|
|act of stretching out, area or level, arrive at particular place, arrive at particular state, arrive; obtain, procure; extend the arm outward, contact somebody, distance that an arm can extend, extent of reaching, influence people, move toward somethin...||reach|
|act to prevent something, make bridge bid that blocks others, occupy a place, take a place; obtain at an advance opportunity, acquire by preemptive right, occupy something, preemptive bid, replace something||preempt|
|adapt to something, adjust electronic instrument, adjust engine, adjust instrument for pitch, adjust station or channel, adjust to obtain correct musical pitch; adjust to improve operation (e.g. a car engine); adjust to obtain operational conditions (e...||tune|
|advance in rank, advance something, advertise something, exchange pawn for more powerful piece, further, advance; advance in rank or position; foster sales through advertising, encourage sales; aid, help, assist; obtain through trickery (Slang), suppor...||promote|
|always effective, bound to, certain to obtain something, certain; firm; confident; inevitable; reliable; steady, certainly, definitely true, dependable, firm and secure, firmly believing, undoubtedly, unerring, very confident, yes||sure|
|appear unexpectedly, area notable for something, arrive by plane, arrive on the ground, alight; set on the ground; bring to shore; drop anchor; climb onto dry ground; exit from a ship; arrive at, end up in (a place, situation, etc.); obtain, get a hold...||land|
|approximate quantity of alcohol, approximate unit of length, digit, digit of the hand, extension of the hand; action performed on a person in order to obtain his email address (Internet), give up to police, locate computer users, long narrow portion of...||finger|
|aquatic vertebrate with gills, catch fish, catch fish in a place, catch fish; try to catch fish; search for fish; search; try to obtain -, fish consumed as food||fish|
|artistic technique which creates textural effects by rubbing crayon or charcoal over paper placed on a rough or textured surface; artwork produced using this technique; act of rubbing against someone or something to obtain sexual stimulation, artwork c...||frottage|
|ask for something, attempt something, go in search of, look for; search for, try to discover; request, try to obtain; pursue; try, strive, head for something, search for something, strive for something||seek|
|ask somebody for something, get somebody to do something wrong, offer sex for money, plead for something, try and obtain something through persuasion or earnest requests; attempt to convince someone to give or do something; try to influence another to ...||solicit|
|attack somebody, be relevant to somebody, choose something, command a price, like something or somebody a lot, try to obtain something you want, try to attain, attempt, set about||go for|
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