481 shifts found

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1 V to calculate, count to take into account Accepted Open Show map
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English count
3 V to find to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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English to find to find, to count find
4 V to taste to try, to attempt Accepted Open Show map
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English to taste to try, to attempt try
5 V to go, walk to find Accepted Open Show map
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English to come to find come come across
6 V to think to recall, recollect Accepted Open Show map
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English to have in the mind; to reflect, to ponder to recall, recollect think
7 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to become Accepted Open Show map
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English turn
13 V to calculate, count to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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English to find the number of smth. to consider to be, to regard as count
16 sweet (taste) lovely Accepted Open Show map
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English sweet nice, kind, beloved sweet
19 V to remind to be alike Accepted Open Show map
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English to remind remind
27 V to get, obtain to contain New Open Show map
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English to get, obtain to contain receive
28 V to get, obtain to receive visitors Accepted Open Show map
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English receive
29 V to get, obtain to become infected New Open Show map
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English to grasp, seize to become infected catch
35 V to see/to look at to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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English see
37 V to see/to look at to wait Accepted Open Show map
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English to look to look forward look look forward
43 V to want to love Accepted Open Show map
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English to love to desire, to long for love
46 dog seal (animal) Accepted Open Show map
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English puppy young sea calf puppy
47 belly location of emotions Accepted Open Show map
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English stomach determination, inclination, position stomach
54 N wind window Accepted Open Show map
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English wind window wind window
57 N boy servant Accepted Open Show map
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English boy boy (errand boy, boy servant in the East) boy
59 Adj correct (adj.) right (vs. left) Accepted Open Show map
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English right
67 Adj light, bright comprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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English to illuminate to make comprehensible illuminate
69 Adj hot recent Accepted Open Show map
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English hot
73 Adj sweet (taste) fresh (of water) Accepted Open Show map
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English sweet fresh, insipid sweet
74 N spruce (Picea) abies (Abies) Accepted Open Show map
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English fur tree silver fir fir
119 merry, funny, cheerful profligate, womanizer Accepted Open Show map
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English cheerful of easy virtue gay
127 Adj sun Sunday Accepted Open Show map
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English sun Sunday Sun Sunday
129 Adj Saturn Saturday Accepted Open Show map
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English the planet Saturn Saturday Saturn Saturday
132 Adj moon Monday Accepted Open Show map
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English moon Monday moon Monday
134 shine (n.) fame Accepted Open Show map
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English glitter famous lustre illustrious
137 to suffer to endure New Open Show map
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English to suffer to bear suffer
140 V to take prisoner to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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English to capture, to take prisoners to delight, to charm captivate
148 nut, hazel testicle New Open Show map
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English nut man's testicles nut nuts
163 V to return (tr.) to answer Accepted Open Show map
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English to return
164 V to turn, rotate (intr.) to return (intr.) Accepted Open Show map
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English to spin to return turn return
172 puppy (of a dog) inexperienced Accepted Open Show map
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English puppy greenhorn puppy
184 Adj to sleep to copulate Accepted Open Show map
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English to sleep to have sexual relationship with smn to sleep to sleep (with)
188 flexible compliant, pliable Accepted Open Show map
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English pliable pliable, compliant pliable
220 strong strong (of liquid or smell) Accepted Open Show map
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English strong strong (drinks) strong
223 power, authority country, land Accepted Open Show map
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English power state power
234 to cover to copulate New Open Show map
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English to cover to cover (mare) to cover
242 V to grasp, seize to understand Accepted Open Show map
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English to grasp to understand grasp
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English to grasp to understand catch
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English to get to understand get
254 light, bright clever New Open Show map
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English bright intelligent bright
275 poisonous sarcastic New Open Show map
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English poisonous full of malice or spite venomous
331 oil (food) petroleum, oil New Open Show map
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English oil oil oil
337 to beat, hit to be surprised Accepted Open Show map
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English to beat, to hit to strike, to surprize strike
342 to fall down to decrease drastically Accepted Open Show map
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English to fall to descend dramatically to fall
344 V to wound (tr.) to offend (tr.) Accepted Open Show map
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English to hurt to hurt hurt
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English to wound (tr.) to offend (tr.) wound
346 N dream (during sleep) daydream (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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English dream dream dream
356 Adv soon almost Accepted Open Show map
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German
quickly, in a short time almost fast
360 V to touch to evoke (a feeling) Accepted Open Show map
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English to touch to evoke (a feeling) touch
368 V to put into the ground to bury Accepted Open Show map
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English grave to bury (archaic) grave
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English to bury, to embed; to fill up to bury (obs.) to earth
381 V to pull to smoke Accepted Open Show map
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English to pull, to draw to draw in, to inhale drag
384 V to see/to look at to care for, look after Accepted Open Show map
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English to see to watch, to look after see see (to smth.)
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English to look to look after look look after
387 N mud faeces Accepted Open Show map
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English Excrement, faeces dirt, waste dirt
403 N goal frame (sport) goal (sport result) Accepted Open Show map
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English goal (sport.) goal goal
405 N period of time age Accepted Open Show map
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English epoch age age
412 V to emit smoke to smoke Accepted Open Show map
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English to smoke to smoke smoke
417 N box, container chest (body part) Accepted Open Show map
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English chest breast, chest chest
419 Adj quick bold, insolent Accepted Open Show map
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German
quick lively, pert, bold quick keck
433 N cover, lid eyelid Accepted Open Show map
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English cover, lid eyelid lid eye-lid
450 N eye opening, hole Accepted Open Show map
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English eye eye eye
457 N eye spot, stain Accepted Open Show map
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English eye eye shaped pattern on the peacock plumage, speculum in the insect marking eye
462 N eye loop Accepted Open Show map
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English eye stitch eye
467 N eye centre New Open Show map
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English eye center (of science, culture) eye
468 N eye eye of typhoon New Open Show map
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English eye eye of the tropic cyclone eye
470 N eye vision Accepted Open Show map
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English eye sight eye
471 N eye look (n.) Suspended Open Show map
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English eye glance, look eye
472 N eye opinion New Open Show map
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English eye opinion eye
473 N eye supervision Accepted Open Show map
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English eye supervision eye
475 N eye observer Accepted Open Show map
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English eye detective eye
477 N mouth mouth (of a river) Accepted Open Show map
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English mouth creek mouth
480 N mouth grimace Suspended Open Show map
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English mouth grimace mouth
481 N mouth impudence Suspended Open Show map
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English mouth impudence, insolence (slang) mouth
487 N mouth eater Accepted Open Show map
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English mouth eater mouth
488 N mouth herald Suspended Open Show map
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English mouth herald, voice (smbs) mouth
495 N nose front part Suspended Open Show map
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English nose nose, front part (boat, plane, car, surfing board etc ) nose
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English nose nose (kettle), neck (vessel) nose
498 N nose sense of smell Accepted Open Show map
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English nose nose, sense of smell nose
499 N nose informer Suspended Open Show map
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English nose informer, telltale nose
502 N ear opening, hole Accepted Open Show map
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English ear tug, handle ear
503 N ear hearing Accepted Open Show map
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English ear hearing, musical ear ear
504 N ear listener New Open Show map
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English ear listener (argot) listener
507 N throat passageway Suspended Open Show map
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English throat, farynx; gorge neck, mouth (in the upper part of an object), crater, aperture (volcano etc) throat
509 N comb (of a bird) comb New Open Show map
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English crest, tuft (cock) comb comb
510 N comb (of a bird) mane Suspended Open Show map
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English crest, tuft, cap (birds) mane, crest crest
511 N comb (of a bird) mountain ridge, edge New Open Show map
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English crest, tuft, cap (birds) peak, crest (mountain, wave, fortress wall etc.) crest
514 N head headstream Accepted Open Show map
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English head source (river) head
545 V to pay to revenge Accepted Open Show map
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English pay pay off
547 N heel (of a foot) heel (of a shoe) Accepted Open Show map
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English heel heel heel
548 Adj narrow, close difficult Accepted Open Show map
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English narrow, tight hard (circumstances) tight
552 N granule small quantity of something New Open Show map
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English corn, grain; grain, a grain of sand small particle grain
560 Adj to mix, stir to confuse (with) Accepted Open Show map
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English to mix up to confuse mix up
561 hand/arm handful New Open Show map
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English hand handful hand handful
563 N man person Accepted Open Show map
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English man person man
566 V to come to begin (tr.) Suspended Open Show map
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English to come to become gradually come
573 V to come to come (of an event) Accepted Open Show map
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English come
580 Adj <crockery> face Suspended Open Show map
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English mug face (slang) mug
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English pan face (Amer., colloq.) pan
584 poor unhappy Accepted Open Show map
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English poor poor, miserable poor
585 missing, failing stupid New Open Show map
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English missing, lacking imbecile defective
589 Adj <wooden object> fool Accepted Open Show map
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English block, chunk blockhead block blockhead
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English stump blockhead, idiot stump
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English block, chunk blockhead, fool chump
591 house family Accepted Open Show map
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English house family, household; home house
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English home family, household; home home
595 hook fang Accepted Open Show map
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English fang, tush hook; grip, jaw (techn.) fang
601 N wood, timber forest Accepted Open Show map
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English wood
602 N firewood wood, timber New Open Show map
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English wood
622 V to howl to cry, weep New Open Show map
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English to howl, to wail (wind) to cry, to weep, to howl howl
625 N noise rumour Accepted Open Show map
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English buzz rumour buzz
628 N cattle bad person Accepted Open Show map
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English cattle rabble (disdainf.) cattle
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English beast stubborn, unpleasant person (playful) beast
649 N hand/arm side (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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English arm, hand side, direction hand
653 V to eat to be fed up with Accepted Open Show map
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English to nourish быть достанным кем/чем-либо feed up fed up
654 V to shout to cry, weep Accepted Open Show map
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English to shout to cry cry
666 soul person Accepted Open Show map
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English soul, heart person soul
671 pumpkin head Accepted Open Show map
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English (тыква-)горлянка, бутылочная тыква head (playful) calabash
673 green plant (biol.) Accepted Open Show map
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English green green vegetation, vegetables green green, greens
674 Adj <artiodactyl (even-toed animal)> woman Suspended Open Show map
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English jade whore; witch jade
678 strength power, authority Accepted Open Show map
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English force, might, power power power
683 N air melody, tune Accepted Open Show map
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English air; atmosphere tune, primary aria in a choral air
695 V to beat, hit to win Accepted Open Show map
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English to beat to win, to defeat beat
701 paper document (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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English an official document paper
710 Adv ahead before Accepted Open Show map
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English in front, in advance of before before
728 N bottom buttock Accepted Open Show map
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English bottom rear bottom
730 N chopped billet executioner's block Suspended Open Show map
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English block, chunk block, scaffold block
733 Adj curved wrong Accepted Open Show map
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English crooked, curved dishonest crooked
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English crooked, lop-sided wrong,contradictory, distorted wry
738 V to lead to behave Accepted Open Show map
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English to lead, to conduct to behave conduct conduct oneself
739 V to lead to govern, control, rule Accepted Open Show map
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English to lead, to conduct to lead, to rule lead
740 V to lead to cause Accepted Open Show map
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English to lead (the way) [НБАРС II 332] to lead to, to cause lead
743 V to weigh (intr.) to think Accepted Open Show map
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English heavy to ponder, to reflect, to consider [НБАРС 732] ponderous ponder
746 V to see/to look at to understand Accepted Open Show map
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English to see to understand, to be aware see
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English to catch sight of to mentally realize discern
747 V to see/to look at to visit Suspended Open Show map
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English to see to see each other, to meet see
748 N road manner, way Accepted Open Show map
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English path
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English road manner, method way
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English road, way means road
749 V to blow to breathe Accepted Open Show map
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English breathe to breathe, to inhale, to breathe out [NBARS 275] breathe
750 V to search, to look for to want Accepted Open Show map
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English to seek [НБАРС 183] to strive for smth [НБАРС 183] seek
751 N leaf sheet of paper Accepted Open Show map
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English leaf, foliage [НБАРС 333] page (book) [НБАРС 183] leaf
752 V to carry to endure Accepted Open Show map
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English to transfer, to transport [НБАРС 205] to stand, to bear [НБАРС 183] bear
754 V to bend, bow (intr.) to be disposed towards Accepted Open Show map
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English incline
755 N spot, stain place Accepted Open Show map
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English spot (НБАРС 331) place, region, district spot
758 V to fill (tr.) to carry out Accepted Open Show map
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English to fill to fulfil, to complete (a task etc) [OERD 560] fill fulfil
761 V to braid, plait, weave to tell lie Accepted Open Show map
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English to plait, to braid [OERD 1556] to twist, to distort the meaning of words (brit. Slang) twist
762 V to taste to feel (an emotion) Accepted Open Show map
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English to taste to experience, to taste taste
764 Adj bitter sorrowful Accepted Open Show map
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English bitter sad bitter
767 Adj dark (adj.) incomprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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English dark (OERD 1003] unclear, vague obscure
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English dark (adj.) incomprehensible opaque
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English dark (adj.) incomprehensible murky
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English dark (adj.) incomprehensible muddy
769 Adj brilliant, glaring glad Accepted Open Show map
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English bright, brilliant, clear (НБАРС I 278) cheerful, vivacious bright
782 Adj brilliant, glaring clever Accepted Open Show map
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English shining, glittering smart bright
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English brilliant, glaring intelligent brilliant
785 to press down to oppress Accepted Open Show map
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English to press to oppress press oppress
795 time one time, once New Open Show map
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English time once time
806 dry having no milk Accepted Open Show map
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English having no milk (a cow etc.) dry
807 Adj rough, uneven rude, impolite Accepted Open Show map
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English uneven, rought rude, unpleasant, inconsiderate rough
808 rough, uneven difficult New Open Show map
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English rough, uneven (surface) hard, difficult (circumstances) rough
817 Adj taste aesthetic perception Accepted Open Show map
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English taste
826 Adj to tan (hides) brown New Open Show map
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English to tan sun tan, brwon colour to tan tan
828 to hold (in hands) to contain Accepted Open Show map
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English to take, to hold to hold hold
838 N hump (of a person or camel) hill Accepted Open Show map
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English a rounded protuberance found on the back of a camel or other animal or as an abnormality on the back of a person a rounded raised mass of earth or land hump
849 Adj heavy (of weight) important Accepted Open Show map
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English heavy weighty weighty
851 Adj heavy (of weight) pregnant Accepted Open Show map
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English heavy pregnant heavy
853 V to transit to win New Open Show map
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English to come to win, to overcome come overcome
855 V to feed to bring up Accepted Open Show map
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English to breast feed to bring up suckle
856 N moon month Accepted Open Show map
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English moon calendary month moon month
865 Adj blunt stupid Accepted Open Show map
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English blunt dim blunt
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English blunt (blade) stupid, dim dull
878 N cattle property, possessions Accepted Open Show map
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English fund, property stock
880 to fall down to be keen of New Open Show map
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English to fall to fall in love to fall to fall in love
886 N bile, gall anger Accepted Open Show map
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English bile rage, grudge gall
888 N back (body part) mountain ridge, edge Accepted Open Show map
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English back mountain crest back
898 N cheek jaw Accepted Open Show map
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English
Old English
cheek jaw cheek cēace
928 N beetle freak, oddity New Open Show map
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English insect; beatle an obsessed person; an enthusiastic person bug
930 N case, event case (grammar) Accepted Open Show map
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English chance case case
932 N heart centre Accepted Open Show map
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English heart core; center, seat; central part of a country heart
936 Adj low (size) quiet (vs. loud) Suspended Open Show map
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English low
938 Adj fearful, dreadful very Accepted Open Show map
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English scary, horrible terrible terribly
944 N button (on a dress) push button Accepted Open Show map
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English button button button
957 N affair battle Accepted Open Show map
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English business, affair, thing fight, battle affair
960 V to ask, beg to ask, inquire Accepted Open Show map
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English to ask to ask ask
963 Adj good very Accepted Open Show map
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English good
973 V to stand up to revolt, rebel Suspended Open Show map
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English to rise, to stand up to revolt; to rise in arms rise
975 V to fall down to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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English to fall to die fall
976 N thread wire (n.) New Open Show map
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English cable, wire rope cable cable
977 N <vessel> head Accepted Open Show map
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English
German
cup head cup Kopf
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English pan skull pan
980 V to move quickly to flow Accepted Open Show map
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English to run to flow run
984 V to see/to look at to search, to look for Accepted Open Show map
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English to look to look for look look for
992 V to see/to look at to have experience Accepted Open Show map
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English to see to feel, to experience see
993 V to know to understand Accepted Open Show map
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English to know to understand know
1003 Adj light (of weight) lung Accepted Open Show map
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English light lungs (of an animal) light lights
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English
Russian
lung light lung лёгкий
1005 N head chief (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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English head head, boss head
1017 Adj straight honest Accepted Open Show map
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English straight sincere, honest straight
1035 Adj healthy intact Accepted Open Show map
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English health whole, entire, sound, intact health whole
1038 Adj dumb stupid Accepted Open Show map
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English dumb stupid, dim dumb
1042 V to drive, to force to move on to drive (the car) Accepted Open Show map
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English to drive to drive drive
1062 N dog whore Accepted Open Show map
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English bitch whore bitch
1064 N rooster cock (of a gun) Accepted Open Show map
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English rooster trigger cock
1077 Adj greasy fat (adj.)(of a person) Accepted Open Show map
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English fat fat (person) fat
1078 Adj lean fatless Accepted Open Show map
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English lean lean (meat) scraggy
1079 N nail (body part) nail (metal spike) Suspended Open Show map
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English nail nail nail
1082 N servant Jack (playing card) New Open Show map
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English servant, butler knave, jack knave
1091 V to die, pass away to want Accepted Open Show map
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English die
1093 N mouse bat (Microchiroptera) Accepted Open Show map
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English bat mouse flitter-mouse
1094 N to speak rumour Accepted Open Show map
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English to speak rumour talk
1100 Adj funny strange Accepted Open Show map
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English funny strange, suspicious funny
1107 V to smear, anoint to bribe Accepted Open Show map
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English to lubricate, to oil to bribe grease
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English to lubricate to bribe lubricate
1113 N taste inclination to smth Accepted Open Show map
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English taste inclination for smth taste taste for
1124 spot, stain disgrace New Open Show map
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English spot spot
1126 N milk milk-tooth, deciduous tooth Accepted Open Show map
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English milk baby tooth milk milk-tooth
1138 V to bridle to subjugate Accepted Open Show map
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English to bridle to bridle, to restrain, to subdue, to tame to bridle
1139 Adj wild, untamed wild (of a person) Suspended Open Show map
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English wild stormy, violent, uneasy wild
1141 N nettle (Urtica) medusa, jellyfish Accepted Open Show map
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English nettle jelly fish nettle nettle-fish
1145 Adj cold (adj.) indifferent Accepted Open Show map
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English cold hard-hearted, insensate cold
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English cold hard-hearted chill
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English cool indifferent, impassible cool
1147 N fox (Vulpes vulpes) cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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English fox cunning fox fox
1148 V to cool down (intr.) to calm down Accepted Open Show map
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English cool (down) to cool, to calm down cool
1150 Adj low (location) bad (ethically) Accepted Open Show map
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English low mean, base low
1165 V to work to deliver (a child) Accepted Open Show map
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English to work to give birth, to have birth pangs labour
1166 V>N to chew bit (part of horse harness) Accepted Open Show map
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English to bite bar bit bite bit
1178 N crane (Grus) cranberry (Oxycoccus) Accepted Open Show map
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English crane cranberry crane cranberry
1180 V to hold (in hands) to have opinion Accepted Open Show map
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English to hold to think hold
1182 N sediment lumpen Suspended Open Show map
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English scum nullity, squalid person scum
1183 V to dissolve in liquid (tr.) to solve (a problem) Accepted Open Show map
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English to dissolve to solve (problem) solve
1191 N circle finger-ring New Open Show map
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English ring ring ring
1198 V to water, to give water to water (plants) New Open Show map
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English to give to drink, to water to moisten; to water water
1205 N hand/arm wing Accepted Open Show map
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English arm (Amer., colloq.) wing wing
1211 V to feel thirsty to want Accepted Open Show map
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English thirst strong desire thirst
1221 to dig to find New Open Show map
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English to remove something from under the earth using a spade to find hidden or forgotten information by careful searching dig up
1225 ceiling palate Accepted Open Show map
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English OF THE MOUTH the hard upper part of the inside of the mouth roof
1236 to bark (of a dog) to cough Accepted Open Show map
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English to bark to cough (colloq.) bark
1239 to bite bitter New Open Show map
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English to bite bitter bite bitter
1252 to pinch to steal Accepted Open Show map
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English to pinch informal to steal something, especially something small or not very valuable pinch
1258 to drop (of liquid) to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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English to drip to die drop
1271 rooster penis New Open Show map
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English an adult male chicken taboo a penis cock
1294 many very Accepted Open Show map
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English a lot of very much
1303 V to pull to slow, linger Accepted Open Show map
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English to pull, to draw, to drag to move slowly drag
1309 N <governor> queen (bee) Accepted Open Show map
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English queen queen bee queen
1311 N magpie (Pica pica) talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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English magpie chatterbox magpie
1315 N head mind (n.) Accepted Open Show map
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English head
1316 V to go out to run out (of smth) Accepted Open Show map
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English to run out to be finished run out
1317 V to sit down to set (of heavenly bodies) Accepted Open Show map
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English set
1332 Adj>N bald bald-coot (Fulica atra) Accepted Open Show map
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English bald bald-coot bald bald-coot
1337 N attack (n.) attack of disease Accepted Open Show map
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English attack fit, attack (disease) attack
1340 N hair hair (of animals) New Open Show map
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English hair fur, hair (animal) hair
1349 V to become dumb to grow numb Accepted Open Show map
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German
dumb numb (limb) dumb dumm
1350 V to go away to die, pass away Accepted Open Show map
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English to leave to die depart
1361 V to change (tr.) to change clothes Accepted Open Show map
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English to change to change (clothes) change
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English to change to change clothes (scot.) shift
1368 N foot <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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English foot foot (length unit) foot
1370 N elbow <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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English elbow bone length unit cubit
1372 N stick (n.) <unit of length> Accepted Open Show map
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English perch length unit (= 5,03 m) perch
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English rod length unit (= 5 m) rod
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English pole, perch, length unit (= 5,029 m) pole
1398 N cat catnip (Nepeta cataria) Accepted Open Show map
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English Nepeta cataria cat catnip
1399 Adj dirty bad (ethically) Accepted Open Show map
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English dishonest (behaviour) dirty
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English dirty mean, disgusting filthy
1400 V to break (tr.) to ache New Open Show map
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English to crush to ache crush
1401 V to lose to be defeated Accepted Open Show map
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English to lose to lose lose
1404 Adj pregnant destined to produce New Open Show map
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English pregnant pregnant with pregnant
1405 V to practise witchcraft to charm, to delight Accepted Open Show map
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English to bewitch to put a spell on smn glamour
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English to bewitch, to put spell on to charm, to delight enchant
1418 Adj expensive lovely Accepted Open Show map
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English dear dear, respected dear
1423 N to beat, hit woodpecker Accepted Open Show map
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English to peck woodpecker peck woodpecker
1433 back (body part) behind Accepted Open Show map
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English back backside back
1437 to see/to look at to observe, obey New Open Show map
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English to observe observe the rules observe
1438 Adj louse bad New Open Show map
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English lousy, mangy louse lousy
1453 Adj footprint, track road Accepted Open Show map
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English track path, country road track
1455 to call (somebody), to make respond to name Accepted Open Show map
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English send for, command to come name, give a name call
1460 to lie (posture) to be situated Accepted Open Show map
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English to lie to be somewhere to lie
1465 face surface Accepted Open Show map
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English face surface face surface
1467 Adj heart brave Accepted Open Show map
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English anatomical organ courage heart
1476 to remain, stay corpse Accepted Open Show map
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English to remain relics to remain remains
1516 Adj work (n.) service, good turn New Open Show map
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English job, occupation, work service service
1522 Adj head heading, title Accepted Open Show map
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English head heading
1527 Adj cold (n.) chill (disease) Accepted Open Show map
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English cold, cold weather (bad) cold, running nose cold
1536 Adj sad to regret New Open Show map
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English sad, upset, gloomy upset, regretting sorry
1537 Adj rag, duster (?) clothes New Open Show map
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English rag rags, tatters (clothes), clothes (colloq.) rag
1560 nature human temper, character New Open Show map
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English nature, universe character, temper, nature nature
1568 to pull to draw, paint Accepted Open Show map
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English to pull, to draw to draw draw
1585 Adj manufacturer, producer commodity, goods Accepted Open Show map
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Russian
a flywheel on a thread, a toy Yo-Yo jo-jo
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Russian
gramophone Gramophone grammofon
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Russian
manufacturer's name photocopier Xerox kseroks
1601 Adj shadow phantom, ghost Accepted Open Show map
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English shadow ghost shadow
1605 Gipsy, Gypsy to deceive New Open Show map
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English gypsy (male and female) a cunning false woman (disdainful) Gipsy
1606 Gipsy, Gypsy to nomadize New Open Show map
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English gypsy (male and female) to nomadise Gipsy
1618 Adj book (n.) writing-book, note-pad New Open Show map
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English book writing-book, copy-book
1619 mad rabid Accepted Open Show map
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English mad, insane rabid mad
1626 short (size) brief Accepted Open Show map
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English short brief short
1645 tail rudder (of a boat) New Open Show map
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English rudder tail (fish, bird, animal) rudder
1655 to touch to reach Suspended Open Show map
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English to touch to reach touch
1673 bitter bitterling Accepted Open Show map
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English bitter bitterling bitter bitterling
1676 to blink (by eyes) instant, moment Accepted Open Show map
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English to blink, to wink instant wink
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English to blink instant blink
1677 Adj deep saturated (of colour) Accepted Open Show map
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English deep deep, dark deep
1682 <governor> european kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) Accepted Open Show map
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English kingfisher king kingfisher
1692 to fall down to fall (of rain, snow) Accepted Open Show map
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English to fall to fall out (rain, snow, stars, meteorite) fall
1699 black illegal Accepted Open Show map
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English black
1726 eye eyebright (Euphrasia officinalis) Accepted Open Show map
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English plant Euphrasia officinalis eye eyebright
1731 stone, rock turnstone (Arenaria interpres) Accepted Open Show map
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English stone turnstone stone turnstone
1736 to stink bad New Open Show map
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English to stink to be dislikeable stink
1799 to call (somebody), to make respond to make a telephone call Accepted Open Show map
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English to call, to summon to make a phone call to call
1807 to see/to look at to guard New Open Show map
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English to look, to observe to guard to watch
1816 Adj to hang to depend Accepted Open Show map
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English to hang to depend hang hang on
1836 N friend lover Accepted Open Show map
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English friend boy-friend
1868 Adj road Milky Way Accepted Open Show map
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English way Milky Way
1875 Adj to prop up to help, aid Accepted Open Show map
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English support
1884 to leave to let Accepted Open Show map
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English go away from permit, allow (colloquial, chiefly U.S.) leave
1897 Adj wolf (Canis lupus) cruel New Open Show map
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English wolf cruel person wolf
1942 to cackle, to cluck to speak New Open Show map
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English cackle, gaggle chatter; chatterbox (fem.) cackle
1964 to spring, jump grasshopper (Tettigonioidea) New Open Show map
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English to jump, to hop grasshopper to hop grasshopper
1979 sail (n.) to sail Accepted Open Show map
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English sail to go by boat sail
1990 patch spot, stain New Open Show map
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English patch spotty, brindle patch patched
1999 Adj smooth to escape Accepted Open Show map
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English to slip to escape, to elude slip slip off
2002 rough, uneven approximately New Open Show map
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English rough, uneven approximately rough roughly
2003 sharp clever Accepted Open Show map
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English sharp, sharp pointed, sharpened smart sharp
2005 edge sharp point New Open Show map
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English edge blade edge
2010 Adj to be awake attentive Accepted Open Show map
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English awake, vigilant awake, on guard awake
2030 cold (adj.) pleasant New Open Show map
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English cool cute, awsome (slang) cool
2033 fine, powder-like thin (of an object) New Open Show map
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English fine, fine grained thin fine
2035 thin (of an object) thin (of liquid) Accepted Open Show map
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English thin
2036 thin (of an object) lean Accepted Open Show map
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English thin thin, lean thin
2040 thin (of an object) delicate, subtle (person, question etc.) Accepted Open Show map
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English 'thin in thickness or diameter' 'characterized by elegance or refinement or accomplishment' fine
2043 thick fat (adj.)(of a person) Accepted Open Show map
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English thick (object) fat, obese (person) fat
2044 thick dense, thick (liquid) Accepted Open Show map
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English 'not thin' 'relatively dense in consistency' thick
2061 aim, goal goal (sport result) New Open Show map
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English goal
2062 end aim, goal Accepted Open Show map
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English final part aim, goal end
2063 to think to intend Accepted Open Show map
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English to think to intend think
2065 Adj branch, twig part Accepted Open Show map
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English branch
2074 to insert plant (biol.) New Open Show map
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English plant
2078 Adj to cut (tr.) to ignore, not to greet somebody New Open Show map
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English to cut fail to recognize smn in public, to pretend not to know a person to cut
2080 meat fruit pulp Accepted Open Show map
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English flesh pulp flesh
2089 dust pollen Accepted Open Show map
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English dust pollen dust
2096 soldier soldier (plan, Stratiotes) New Open Show map
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English soldier water soldier soldier
2101 flat (adj) stupid New Open Show map
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English flat, even (not downward) stupid, silly flat
2109 to flow electricity Accepted Open Show map
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English current current current
2111 rooster bully Accepted Open Show map
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English rooster bully rooster
2112 drone (n.) idler, loafer Accepted Open Show map
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English drone sponger drone
2119 monkey to imitate Accepted Open Show map
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English monkey to monkey
2128 cold (adj.) <cold steel> New Open Show map
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English cold cold (steel)
2134 to break (tr.) to infringe Accepted Open Show map
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English to break (into pieces) to break (law etc.) break
2136 Adj to speak to foretell New Open Show map
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English tell foretell
2152 tail horsetail Accepted Open Show map
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English tail horsetail tail horsetail
2158 dew sundew (Drosera) Accepted Open Show map
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English dew sundew dew sundew
2160 person servant Accepted Open Show map
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English person servant, vassal man
2163 Adj to cut (tr.) to give up, stop doing Accepted Open Show map
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English to cut (off) to switch off cut off
2182 leech extortioner New Open Show map
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English leech extorter leech
2183 to follow to act according to Accepted Open Show map
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English to follow (smn) to follow smth follow
2186 to see/to look at to beware, be careful Accepted Open Show map
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English to beware of smth watch watch out
2205 Adj child sucker (botany) Accepted Open Show map
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English sucker branch, offshoot sucker
2212 foot mountain foot Accepted Open Show map
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English foot mountain foot foot
2238 hard, solid difficult Accepted Open Show map
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English hard hard, tiresome hard
2243 to follow to follow logically Accepted Open Show map
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English to follow to follow logically to follow
2244 to follow next Accepted Open Show map
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English to follow next to follow following
2247 Adj free free of charge Accepted Open Show map
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English free free, gratuitous free
2263 stump (of tree) share; stock New Open Show map
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English stump share stock
2295 Adj buttock edge New Open Show map
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English (informal) buttocks The larger or thicker end of an object butt
2297 to be sure to believe Suspended Open Show map
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English to believe, to be sure to trust smn to believe
2304 heart by heart New Open Show map
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English heart by heart heart by heart
2366 fire inflammation Accepted Open Show map
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English fire fever (obs.) fire
2385 to croak to predict misfortune New Open Show map
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English to croak to croak, to draw on croak
2410 to let, leave to give up, stop doing Accepted Open Show map
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English leave leave (+ V-ing)
2469 tower prison New Open Show map
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English dungeon jail dungeon
2491 mental hospital disorder, mess Accepted Open Show map
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English
Russian
Bedlam, Bethlem Royal Hospital in London for mentally ill mess Bedlam bedlam
2500 to swear to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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English to swear to swear, to curse, to blaspheme swear
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English oath blasphemy, swear oath
2507 <bird> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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English jay chatterbox jay
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English jackdaw chatterbox jackdaw
2509 Adj end completion Accepted Open Show map
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English end (in space) end (temporal) end
2532 to break (tr.) to divide into several parts Accepted Open Show map
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English to break to share to break
2533 to break (tr.) to subjugate New Open Show map
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English to break to make obey, to tame to break
2540 common, shared by several people vulgar Accepted Open Show map
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English common rude, vulgar common
2542 little, small detailed, thorough New Open Show map
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English minute
2551 to do to copulate Accepted Open Show map
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English to seduce, to make a person of the opposite sex go to make love make
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English to have sexual intercourse (euphemism) do
2588 to chew to think New Open Show map
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English to ruminate to think, to reflect ruminate
2602 to extinguish to destroy Accepted Open Show map
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English to put out (fire) to destroy, annihilate extinguish
2617 to light, to kindle to shoot Accepted Open Show map
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English fire to shoot fire
2631 to thrust (into) to ache Accepted Open Show map
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English sting (n.) sensation of pain sting
2643 <animal> coward Accepted Open Show map
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English chick coward chiсken
2664 pig (Sus scrofa) hedgehog (Еrinaceus) New Open Show map
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English hog hedgehog hog hegdehog
2668 Adj to know wizard, magician Accepted Open Show map
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English wise wizard
2670 <animal> white caps (on sea waves) Accepted Open Show map
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English horses white horses (on the waves) horses white horses
2679 <animal> fool Accepted Open Show map
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English prawn nitwit prawn
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English goat fool goat
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English goose fool, blockhead, dupe gander
2696 shapeless ugly, unpleasant Accepted Open Show map
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English shapeless, amorphous ugly shapeless
2701 ram battering-ram Accepted Open Show map
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English ram battering ram ram
2708 <furniture> <office> Accepted Open Show map
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English bench institution bench
2711 wind to winnow Suspended Open Show map
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English wind to blow (wind), to fan (corn) wind winnow
2724 to cut (tr.) to dilute Accepted Open Show map
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English to cut to dilute, to water cut
2734 affair commerce, business Accepted Open Show map
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English business commercial activity business
2767 to pull up (a plant) to destroy New Open Show map
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English to pull weeds to eradicate, to destroy weed
2774 to roast to swear, curse, abuse one another Accepted Open Show map
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English to fry food to criticize severely, to judge, to condemn roast
2793 to fall down autumn New Open Show map
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English to fall autumn fall
2798 <profession> talkative person Accepted Open Show map
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English sharper chatterbox, babbler spieler
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English merchant, shop keeper chatterbox, news monger retailer
2806 sour sad Accepted Open Show map
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English sour gloomy, displeased sour
2807 blue sad New Open Show map
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English blue low-spirited blue
2820 head ear, spike (of a grain plant) Accepted Open Show map
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English head corn head head
2857 to raise, lift (tr.) to bring up New Open Show map
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English to raise
2860 wide, broad far away New Open Show map
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German
wide (dimensional) far wide weit
2861 thick stupid New Open Show map
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English thick, fat of low intelligence, stupid thick
2868 to blow to beat, hit New Open Show map
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English hard stroke with fist, hammer etc. to blow blow
2869 short (size) missing, failing New Open Show map
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English short
2871 Adj thick thick (of a growth, hair) Accepted Open Show map
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English thick
2872 high (location) high (size) New Open Show map
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English high
2892 to touch mad Accepted Open Show map
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English to touch touched (in the head) to touch touched
2908 cat vagina Accepted Open Show map
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English pussy cat vagina (vulg.) pussy
2926 Adj girl female servant, maid Accepted Open Show map
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English (arch.) an unmarried girl or woman a female servant maid
2965 deep dark (adj.) New Open Show map
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English deep dark, rich (colour) deep
2978 poppy (Papaver somniferum) red New Open Show map
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English poppy red poppy
3051 stupid rabid New Open Show map
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German
not quick in intelligence or mental perception, slow of understanding, not sharp of wit, obtuse, stupid, inapprehensive rabid dull toll
3074 bowel string (of a musical instrument) Accepted Open Show map
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English intestine string gut
3080 <animal> cunning person Accepted Open Show map
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English racoon cunning fox coon
3085 weather good weather New Open Show map
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Russian
weather fine weather weather vëdro
3145 shoal troop (of animals) New Open Show map
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English bank, sand bank troop (of fishes) shoal
3181 head nail-head Accepted Open Show map
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English head
3191 sky cloud New Open Show map
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English
Swedish
sky cloud sky
3192 <hat> aconite Accepted Open Show map
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English bikh, aconite hood monkshood
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English helmet helmetflower (Aconitum anthora) helmet helmetflower
3195 <foot-wear> lady's slipper (Cypripedium) Accepted Open Show map
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English slipper lady's slipper (Cypripediun) slipper lady's slipper
3201 milk dandelion (Taraxacum) New Open Show map
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English dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) milk milk-govan
3241 N <foreigner> syphilis Accepted Open Show map
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English French syphilis Gall gallican
3242 neck neck (of bottle etc.) Accepted Open Show map
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English neck neck (bottle) neck
3262 star celebrity Accepted Open Show map
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English star celebrity star
3275 underground, subterranean illegal Accepted Open Show map
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English underground underground, clandestine underground
3276 underground, subterranean secret New Open Show map
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English underground secret underground
3304 bell bellflower (Campanula) Accepted Open Show map
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English bell bellflower bell bellflower
3317 <dish> disorder, mess Accepted Open Show map
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English a dish of cooked meat cut into small pieces and recooked, usually with potatoes a mixture of jumbled incongruous things; a mess hash
3319 brilliant, glaring loud New Open Show map
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English loud loud loud
3367 brave bold, insolent Suspended Open Show map
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English fearless and daring immodest or impudent bold
3390 weak not strong (of liquid or smell) New Open Show map
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English weak weak
3400 rain worm New Open Show map
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English rain earthworm rain rain-worm
3410 pine-tree horsetail Accepted Open Show map
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English pine tree horsetail (Equisetum arvense) pine meadow pine
3417 to mill to destroy New Open Show map
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English to press, to grind, to suppress, to smash to crush
3418 to break (tr.) to give up, stop doing New Open Show map
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English to break to make a pause, to stop temporarily break
3423 white good New Open Show map
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English white morally good white
3450 only, just but, however New Open Show map
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English only, just however but
3487 to raise, lift (tr.) to bring into discussion New Open Show map
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English to raise
3494 <young animal> child New Open Show map
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English kid
3563 bowels, intestine brave New Open Show map
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English the alimentary canal or a portion thereof, especially the intestine or stomach fortitude and determination guts
3596 tongue (body part) cape New Open Show map
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English the principal organ of taste, an aid in chewing and swallowing, and, in humans, an important organ of speech. a narrow strip of land that juts out into the sea tongue
3602 day today New Open Show map
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English day today
3608 to raise, lift (tr.) to remove, eliminate Accepted Open Show map
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English to move to a higher position; elevate to bring to an end; remove to raise
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English to raise, lift (tr.) to remove, eliminate lift
3610 to forget forget-me-not (flower) Accepted Open Show map
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English to forget forget-me-not
3628 Adj hand/arm handle, gripe Accepted Open Show map
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English hand handle hand handle
3656 to pull to draw (an official paper) New Open Show map
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English to pull, to draw to sign a cheque, note, bill etc to draw
3676 transparent comprehensible Accepted Open Show map
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English light, clear (sky) clear clear
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English transparent comprehensible transparent
3677 good property, possessions Accepted Open Show map
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English good goods good goods
3678 to eat to corrode Accepted Open Show map
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English to eat eat eat away (at)
3711 V to raise, lift (tr.) to discover game animals or birds (hunting) New Open Show map
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English to raise, lift (tr.) to drive (an animal) from its lair raise
3739 Adj to smell, scent to detect New Open Show map
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English to smell, scent to detect dislikeable characteristics smell
3749 Adj straight directly New Open Show map
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English rectilinear directly straight
3750 Adj straight immediately New Open Show map
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English rectilinear immediately straight
3763 Adj straight classical New Open Show map
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English rectilinear classical straight
3764 Adj straight heterosexual New Open Show map
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English rectilinear heterosexual straight
3765 Adj straight undiluted New Open Show map
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English rectilinear undiluted straight
3767 Adj to cry (of animals) to cry, weep New Open Show map
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English to cry (of animals) to cry, weep cry
3769 Adj alike probable New Open Show map
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English alike likely like likely
3770 Adj gloomy boring New Open Show map
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English dull, gloomy boring dull
3772 Adj to smell (of smth) to smoke New Open Show map
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English
German
to smell badly to smoke reek rauchen
3777 Adj to touch to deal with New Open Show map
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English to touch to deal with touch
3817 N horseman, rider knight (chess) New Open Show map
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English horseman, rider knight (chess) knight
3845 Adv literally figuratively New Open Show map
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English in a literal way or sense “used for emphasis rather than being actually true” literally
3859 fire to shoot New Open Show map
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English fire the shooting of projectiles from weapons, especially bullets from guns fire
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