|a thousandth part, the thousandth member of a series, being number one thousand in a sequence, one of 1, 000 parts of something||thousandth|
|act of hitting ball, attempt, attempt to score, blasting explosion, bullet or cannonball, camera view, chance at winning, continuous uninterrupted film sequence, filled with particular quality, firing of a bullet or other projectile from a weapon; rang...||shot|
|act of putting in order, arrangement in a sequence; (Genetics) determination of the order of monomers in a polymer chain (especially nucleotides within DNA)||sequencing|
|act of recording something again, film something again, photograph or film sequence that is reshot, recapture something, take back, take again; film again, rephotograph, take shot again||retake|
|action chosen, class taught at educational institution, direction traveled, direction; part of a meal; series; layer; series of lessons or classes on a particular subject; unit of studies (especially on a university level), established sequence of trea...||course|
|adjacent items in sequence not independent||autocorrelation|
|advancement, progress; development, growth; sequence of related numbers (Mathematics), forward movement, gradual advancement, series of notes or chords, series of related things||progression|
|ahead of, conj. preceding, previous, earlier, in the presence of, indicates location, prep indicates sequence, prep. in front of, previously, in the preceding time, rather than, with more importance than||before|
|alive; lively, dynamic, vigorous, energetic; functioning in a way that resembles a live being (especially regarding animated cartoon characters), filmed as moving sequence of stills, lively or busy||animated|
|alternative sequence of computer instructions||branch|
|amount paid, filmed sequence showing event, length measured in feet; scene which has been filmed on camera, length of piece of film, payment by size, size in feet||footage|
|and the following oneFull form et sequens, et seqq. and those that follow, et sequentia||et seq.|
|animated film from drawings, caricature; animated drawing, draw a caricature, draw a picture story; create an animated film, humorous drawing, preparatory drawing, satirical drawing, sequence of drawings||cartoon|
|any method, established method, routine, protocol; course of action; subroutine, sequence of instructions (Computers)||procedure|
|arranged in rows, ordered in a sequence, arranged in a series||seriate|
|arranged in sequence, consecutive||sequenced|
|arrangement of numbers in subsets, combined set, formation of a compound, joining, union (of two or more persons or things); number of things combined; motorcycle with a sidecar, mixture, numbers that open a lock, sequence of moves involving multiple p...||combination|
|artwork created from many small pieces, creation of image from collected pieces, moviemaking style, sequence of overlapping film clips, technique of creating a composite picture; juxtaposition of separate parts to create a whole (picture, music, etc.)||montage|
|ascending or descending in sequence, unchanging, repetitious; boring, tedious||monotonic|
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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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