|wire in bra||underwire|
|a showing in a cinema, a showing on television, act of covering or camouflaging; act of filtering or sorting; concealment; division, act of partitioning; projection (of a film), protecting screens, sifted material, test for disease, wire mesh||screening|
|act of coiling, act of turning or coiling; curve, twisting of a path; path of conduction in an electrical device, curving course, something wound, spiraling, twisting and curving, turning; looping, wire coil carrying electricity||winding|
|act of conducting or conveying (i.e. water through a pipe or electricity through a wire), conveyance through passage, transmission of energy, transmission through a nerve fiber||conduction|
|act of fastening with staples, act of joining with wire staples||stapling|
|animal enclosure, barred enclosure; prison; elevator, basket, elevator platform, enclose in a cage; place in a cage, enclosing or protecting wire-mesh structure, hockey goal, put in confining conditions, put person or animal in cage, screen to stop bal...||cage|
|antenna wire, introductory remark||lead-in|
|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|
|assist during Mass, be in armed force, be of use, bind rope with wire or cord, copulate with female, deliver legal document to somebody, give somebody food or drink, have particular effect, hit that starts point, opening stroke or hit of the ball (Spor...||serve|
|attach laths to a surface, cover with strips of wood; line with laths, sheet or wire support for plastering, thin flat strip of wood; group of thin strips of wood, thin strip of wood, thin wooden strip used in a framework||lath|
|barbed wire, wire which has sharp metal points at regular intervals (used for fencing)||barbwire|
|barbed-wire barrier||wire entanglement|
|barbwire, spiky wire||barbed wire|
|basic ingredient of diet, bent wire to fasten papers, bind together by means of a staple or staples, essential, regularly used; primary, principal, main (of goods or products), fasten with staples, grade fibers, metal clip for binding papers; basic foo...||staple|
|behaving oddly, functioning erratically, out of control, crazy (Slang), wire used to bundle hay||haywire|
|bend, bend a body part, bend; bend repeatedly; display muscles, move muscles, bending ability, electrical cord; electrical wire, produce muscular contraction||flex|
|bent wire for holding hair, bobby pin, hair clip, something with a sharp bend, symbol for crescendo or diminuendo||hairpin|
|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|
|board with wire for cutting cheese||cheese cutter|
|braid, braided wire, long braid of hair hanging at the back of the head, queue, tobacco strand||pigtail|
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