|with uniform polarity||homopolar|
|(archaic) shirt that soldiers wear over their uniform as to be able to recognize one another during a night attack; surprise military attack carried out at night by soldiers wearing "camisados", surprise attack||camisado|
|(Computers) document used as a foundation for new documents having a uniform style; cutting tool, master, master molecule, pattern, short beam||template|
|(French) fringed shoulder ornament on a uniform||epaulette|
|achieve same score, adjust an electronic signal, make equal, make equal; make uniform, become equal||equalize|
|acquire polarity, cause a division of opinion, restrict light vibration, separate into opposing groups, contrapose; give polarity to something, cause an item to have unequally distributed characteristics||polarize|
|act of making equal; act of making uniform||equalization|
|act of removing polarity||depolarization|
|appear momentarily, badge on uniform or vehicle, beam, gleam, flare; spark; brief news dispatch; outbreak; split-second; flash of a camera; showiness, brief moment, bright lighting used in photography, catch fire suddenly, coat something for protection...||flash|
|at the same time, in an equal manner; in a uniform manner, in same sized amounts, in same way, to same extent||equally|
|attempting to explain, automatically making text uniform on margin, logically complete||self-justifying|
|behaving unacceptably, constipated, having asymmetrical parts, nonconforming, not formed by usual grammatical rules, not of uniform appearance, not symmetrical, uneven; inconsistent, erratic; deviating from the norm, abnormal; not organized; defective,...||irregular|
|beige cloth, brownish-yellow, trousers or uniform, yellowish-brown color; khaki colored sturdy cotton cloth, yellowish-brown; made of khaki cloth||khaki|
|branching out at only one end, having one magnetic pole, having single pole, with one polarity||unipolar|
|business that rents vehicles, characteristic appearance, liverish, livery stable, professional care of horses, renting of horses, suffering from a liver disorder; resembling liver; liver colored; depressed, irritable, uniform, uniform of a footman or o...||livery|
|calm, not extreme, uniform, regular, even, steady||equable|
|ceremonial military uniform||dress uniform|
|civilian clothes (as opposed to military uniform), ordinary clothes||civvies|
|civilian clothes as opposed to a military uniform||civies|
|civilian, civilian; civilian clothes as opposed to a military uniform (also civy)||civvy|
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