|pay TV on cable||pay cable|
|adjust mechanical parts accurately, cable car, silk thread, streetcar, streetcar; cart run on tracks in a coal mine, vehicle in coal mine||tram|
|aircraft that is supported in flight by an unpowered rotary wing or rotor and is moved through the air by either an engine-powered propeller or a tow cable||autogyro|
|American cable television channel which broadcasts shows of interest to African Americans||BET (Black Entertainment Television)|
|American cable television channel which broadcasts shows of interest to African-Americans, BET||Black Entertainment Television|
|anchoring, act of one who moors; place where boats are moored; securing line, cable securing watercraft or aircraft, moorage, physical or emotional tie, place for securing watercraft or aircraft||mooring|
|any end or finish, cable providing telecommunications link, connect electrical equipment, electronic listening device, fasten something with wire, fasten with wire; attach a wire; send a telegram; install an electronic listening device, fit somebody wi...||wire|
|apparatus for getting skiers up mountainside, transportation device for carrying skiers to the top of a slope (usually a series of chairs suspended from a moving cable)||ski lift|
|badly damaged state, decorate with ribbons, decorative strip of fabric, flat cable, ledger board, long narrow strip, reins, ribbon as award or badge, strip of inked material, strip of material used for decoration; shred, torn strip of material, tear in...||ribbon|
|ball shaped vessel for underwater observation, diving sphere lowered by cable||bathysphere|
|bind with a cord, tie, bind, body part resembling rope, chord, electrical cable, fastening or belt, pants, ribbed fabric, rope; string, wire; thread, stack wood in cords, string or rope, tie with cord, unit of volume for cut timber||cord|
|Black Entertainment Television; American cable television channel which broadcasts shows of interest to African Americans||BET|
|broadcast a program via cable television, cable TV broadcast||cablecast|
|broadcasting of textual information via cable television, video communications service||videotext|
|bundle of electrical wires, cable stitch, cable television, cablegram||cable|
|cable car system, telferage||telpherage|
|cable car, car below a balloon, flat-bottomed riverboat, gondola car, long flat-bottomed boat piloted by one person with a single oar (commonly used on the canals of Venice, Italy), Venetian canal boat, wide-mouthed container||gondola|
|cable car, take by telpher, telfer||telpher|
|cable carrying electricity||power line|
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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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