|raised point||gros point|
|$100 note, being 100 in number, county subdivision, group of 100, large number, number 100, number third from decimal point, numbers 100 to 999, position third from decimal point, years of a century||hundred|
|(Anatomy) region at the base of the skull (meeting point of the parietal, temporal, sphenoid, and frontal bones)||pterion|
|(Biblical) man who Jesus raised from the dead; sick beggar named in a New Testament parable||Lazarus|
|(Biology) from the point of view of immunology (study of the immune system)||immunologically|
|(Biology) smallest unit of DNA (point where mutation can take place), smallest known unit of mutable DNA||muton|
|(Botany) from the point of view of photodynamics (study of the influence of light on plants)||photodynamically|
|(British trademark) brand name of a ball point pen (comparable to Bic in American English)||Biro|
|(British) raised edge of a sidewalk (also curb)||kerb|
|(Computers) unit of measurement equal to one billion floating point operations per second (used to evaluate processing speed)||GIGAFLOP (Giga Floating Point Operations)|
|(French) nail; cynosure, major point of interest; highlight (as the most memorable or outstanding feature, event, experience etc.)||clou|
|(French) point, sharp end; ballet position in which dancers stand on the tip of the toes, tip-of-toe ballet position||pointe|
|(Geology) of a line or axis toward which strata slope; sloping downwards in opposite directions to meet in common point or line||synclinal|
|(Informal) second floor of an auditorium; first seating raised-balcony above ground level in a theater or opera house; dress circle||gods|
|(Internet) concentrating data in a distribution point from which it is sent over Internet channels; concentrating radio or TV signals in a distribution point for later broadcast; transferal of data from remote users to a central network||backhaul|
|(Linguistics) from the point of view of phonemics (study of phonemes)||phonemically|
|(Physics) theory of relativity as developed by Albert Einstein, theory that time and space are relative concepts and that motion must be defined in relation to a point of reference, dependence on contextually variable factor, equivalence of mass and en...||relativity|
|(Slang) complaint, point of contention; argument with another person, dispute, animal giving beef, complain (Slang), meat from cattle, meat taken from cows or bulls; vigor, strength; fattened bull||beef|
|(Slang) have a point of contention, have an issue that one wants to discuss||have an axe to grind|
|(Sports) one who scores a point or goal; one who keeps track of the score of a game, cutting device, scorekeeper, somebody scoring point, somebody scoring points in an exam||scorer|
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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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