|of unknown name, nameless, incognito||anon. (anonymous)|
|26th letter of English alphabet, 26th letter of the alphabet; unknown, variable (Mathematics), a Cartesian coordinate along the z-axis, an algebraic variable||z|
|a great deal, a little, approximately, to a certain degree; somewhat (Informal); very, considerably (Informal), being an unknown or unspecified amount, undetermined, approximate; being unnamed; impressive, remarkable (Informal), particular but unspecif...||some|
|A method of approximating price or yield which is unknown by using numbers which are known.||Interpolation|
|abandoned baby, infant or child who has been deserted; child of unknown parentage||foundling|
|abnormal sensation, imaginary sensation, skin sensation with unknown cause||paresthesia|
|abnormally high blood pressure (chronic condition whose cause is unknown)||hyperpiesia|
|abnormally high blood pressure (chronic condition whose cause is unknown)||hyperpiesis|
|about which little is known, difficult to understand, full of mystery, having to do with something that is unknown or not understood, enigmatic, pertaining to a mystery, unexplainable, puzzling, strange||mysterious|
|add solution of known concentration to solution of unknown concentration (Chemistry), measure the concentration of a solution||titrate|
|addition of solution of known concentration to solution of unknown concentration (Chemistry), way of determining the concentration of a solution||titration|
|an unknown factor, Fifth letter of a NASDAQ stock symbol specifying that it is an A.D.R.||Y|
|and a bit more, pron. some object, unspecified item; certain amount, some unknown quantity (i.e. twenty-something), rather, unspecified object; special or remarkable person or thing (Informal), something impressive, somewhat, suggesting resemblance, to...||something|
|anonymous person, person whose real identity is hidden; nameless||incog (incognito)|
|anonymous, nameless, unnamed||innominate|
|at a time in future, one day, at some unspecified or unknown time in the future||someday|
|at all, something unspecified or unknown, something; everything; some object, any object||anything|
|at an unknown place, conj. any place that; in any place that; to any place that; in some place, every time or place that, no matter where, where indeed, where?, in what location?||wherever|
|avoid bad situation, avoidance of bad situation, be temporarily unknown to, be uttered, break free from captivity, breaking free from captivity, computer key, escape code, exit computer procedure, gas or liquid leak, leak out, means of getting away, ru...||escape|
|belief that is not based on fact; custom or action based on a superstitious belief; irrational fear of something that is unknown or mysterious, irrational belief, irrational beliefs||superstition|
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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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