|taking away, dispossessing, stripping; withholding; discriminating||depriving|
|(about an airplane) move slowly along a runway before takeoff of after landing, cab, taxicab, car taking paying passengers, move aircraft on ground, transport somebody or be transported, travel in taxi||taxi|
|(Grammar) verb form used to show that the subject is being acted upon (rather than performing an action), expressing action done to the subject, influenced by something external, lacking a power source, not actively taking part, not managed by the inve...||passive|
|(symbol) -, deduction of number, mathematical function in which one number is deducted from another (represented by the sign - ); deduction, act of taking away part of a whole, removal from something larger, withdrawal of benefit||subtraction|
|(U.K.) working on a temporary basis; doing add jobs; taking advantage of opportunities of public service for personal gain||jobbing|
|abduction, act of stealing or taking a child or person by force||kidnaping|
|abduction, act of stealing or taking a child or person by force||kidnapping|
|abilities of a sportsman; conduct of a sportsman (such as fair play, good manners, grace in losing, etc.), fair conduct, taking part in sports||sportsmanship|
|able to grasp something, aggressively eager, capable of grasping, capable of taking hold, able to seize, quick to understand||prehensile|
|able to receive, able to receive stimuli, accepting, taking in; open to ideas, open to suggestions, quick to learn, willing to accept||receptive|
|able to remember many things, not easily disconnected, sticky or clinging, taking by force, not easily loosened, stubborn, tightly held, very determined or stubborn||tenacious|
|able to walk, for walking, of walking, strolling, striding, taking steps, moving along; of striding, of moving along||walking|
|abnormal, involving abnormal form, of different size or shape, taking different forms during life cycle||heteromorphic; heteromorphous|
|absorption of fluid by a colloid, drinking; absorption; taking in, receiving||imbibition|
|acceptance of treaty, addition to collection, arrival, attainment; act of coming into high office, succession, assent, catalog additions to collection, increase to property, right to increase in property, sudden mood, taking up position||accession|
|accumulate, hoard; bring together, add up to a number, collective, total, taking all units as a whole, combination; conjunction; group; mixture, forming a total, ingredients of concrete, mineral mixture resembling rock, sum total, unite||aggregate|
|ace relief pitcher, card that prevents taking of suit, close with stopper, cork or plug, person or thing that stops; device which closes an opening, somebody or something that stops something, stopple||stopper|
|acid-loving organism, cell taking up acidic dye||acidophil; acidophile|
|act of crystallizing (taking form or shape, forming into crystals; causing to take form or shape, causing to form into crystals)||crystallization|
|act of cutting grass and preserving it to make hay; taking complete advantage of an opportune moment while it lasts||haymaking|
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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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