|routine trip||milk run|
|(Colloquial) journey across the snow (esp. with dogs); command a team of dogs to set out or move faster (in Northwestern USA and Alaska); mash, make into mush, command to sled dogs, cooked cereal, dogsled trip, mash something, porridge, gruel; sentimen...||mush|
|(Computers) object or routine for accessing items from an array||iterator|
|ability to fly, air trip, cause to float toward target, extraordinary mental feat, fly together, flying; aviation; trip on an airplane; set of stairs; escape, running away; group (of birds, planes, etc.); passage of time, group flying together, group o...||flight|
|act of jumping, leap, spring; rapid or sudden increase; sudden upward movement; jerk; hurdle, something that must be leaped over; move; short quick trip; leap made from an airplane with a parachute, spring; get up quickly; move suddenly, jerk; act quic...||jump|
|act of traveling on or in; trip, journey; path, road; means of transportation, anchor, appear to be floating, be allowed to continue, be in race, be supported by something, deal with problem and survive, depend on something, do something effortlessly, ...||ride|
|activity fitted to somebody, long narrow channel, furrow; routine, habit, fixed way of doing things, make a groove, make furrows or channels, cut a groove in; enjoy oneself; interact harmoniously, musical beat, narrow passage, play music rhythmically, ...||groove|
|add extra charge to insurance premium, amount carried in one trip, amount of drawn electrical power, charge added to mutual share price, device drawing electrical power, fill, burden, pack (with goods, cargo, etc.); overload, supply with an overly larg...||load|
|adherence to routine, adherence to procedure, slavish respect for regulations||officialism|
|administrative official, government official, person who works in a bureaucracy; official whose duties are routine and uncreative, inflexible official||bureaucrat|
|aircraft mission, attack on an enemy, make a sortie, people on sortie, raid made by a besieged military force on its attackers; combat flight made by an aircraft, short trip||sortie|
|alternating motion, digression, distance covered, group on a short trip, movement of a body part, outing, sortie||excursion|
|amusing occasion, expense-paid trip, have expense-paid trip, hold party, pleasure trip, excursion, picnic, outing; sweetened curdled milk (eaten as a dessert); official trip paid for by the government, set milk dessert, take a pleasure trip; host a pic...||junket|
|anchor part, animal pen, available amount, available on a regular basis; commonplace, routine; employed to handle merchandise or goods; of or pertaining to livestock, broth, capital stock, clerical shirt front, construction stand, descent, fill up, fil...||stock|
|annual period of sexual excitement in some animals (esp. deer); groove, furrow; routine, habitual procedure or course of action, be in a period of sexual excitement (about animals); create furrows, make grooves, be in rut, boring situation, make ruts i...||rut|
|any method, established method, routine, protocol; course of action; subroutine, sequence of instructions (Computers)||procedure|
|appropriate for work, regular, routine, daily; weekday, routine and commonplace, workday||workaday|
|approval of new law, bowel movement, change of place or condition, corridor or pathway, interchange, movement in dressage, passageway, perform a passage, piece of writing or music, process of time passing, right to travel, sea channel, trip, tube in th...||passage|
|arrive for trip, make contact, reception desk, guest registration desk; register upon arrival, go through check-in procedures, register at hotel||check in|
|assail somebody or something, baseball warmup routine, capsicum, hollow vegetable, make something lively, pepper game, plant with berries, plant with edible pods, pungent condiments, season with pepper; add pepper, seasoning, sprinkle something around,...||pepper|
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