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sprechen; reden {vi} (über; von)
sprechend; redend
gesprochen; geredet
du sprichst; du redest
er sie spricht; er sie redet
ich er sie sprach; ich er sie redete
er sie hat hatte gesprochen; er sie hat hatte geredet
ich er sie spräche; ich er sie redete
sprich!; rede!
Deutsch sprechen
gebrochen Deutsch sprechen
Sprechen Sie Deutsch?
Ich spreche nur ein bisschen Deutsch.
Ich spreche leider kein Englisch nicht englisch.
Mit wem spreche ich?
Könnten Sie bitte lauter langsamer sprechen?
lauter sprechen
sich klar und deutlich ausdrücken
frei sprechen
von jdm. schlecht reden
frisch von der Leber weg reden
also sprach ...
Dürfte ich Sie kurz sprechen?
to speak {spoke; spoken} (about)
you speak
he she speaks
I he she spoke; I he she spake [obs.]
he she has had spoken
I he she would speak
to speak German
to speak broken German
Do you speak German?
I only speak a little German.
I'm sorry I don't speak English.
Who am I speaking to?
Could you please speak louder slower?
to speak up
to speak plain English
to speak without notes
to speak evil of sb.
to speak freely; to let fly
thus spoke ...; thus spake ...
May I have a word with you?
deutsch {adj} dt. [geogr.]
auf deutsch
German Ger.
in German
sprechen, reden {vi} (über, von)
sprechend, redend
gesprochen, geredet
du sprichst, du redest
sie spricht, er
sie redet
sie sprach, ich
sie redete
sie hat
hatte gesprochen, er
sie hat
hatte geredet
sie spräche, ich
sie redete
sprich!, rede!
Deutsch sprechen
Sprechen Sie Deutsch?
Mit wem spreche ich?
lauter sprechen
frei sprechen
also sprach ...
to speak {spoke, spoken} (about)
you speak
she speaks
she spoke
she has
had spoken
she would speak
to speak German
Do you speak German?
Who am I speaking to?
to speak up
to speak without notes
thus spoke ...
Deutsch; deutsch
dt. : deutsch
Ger. : German
deutsch {adj} [geogr.]
deutsch {adj} [hist.] [art]
old German (period; language); German Renaissance (style)
Deutscher, deutsch
Wie sagt man ... auf Deutsch
How do you say ... in German
English?, What is the German
English for ... ?
Wie würden Sie das auf Deutsch wiedergeben?
How would you render that in German?
Ich kann Deutsch (sprechen).
I know German.
Wie sagt man ... auf Deutsch Englisch?
How do you say ... in German English?; What is the German English for ...?
deutschsprachig, deutschsprechend, Deutsch sprechend {adj}
German-speaking, German speaking
Ich spreche nur ein bisschen Deutsch (Englisch).
I only speak a little German (English).
deutschsprachig; deutschsprechend; Deutsch sprechend {adj}
German-speaking; German speaking
Sprachbeherrschung {f} [ling.]
Er spricht gut Deutsch.
command of the language
He has a good command of German.
Austriazismus {m} (Besonderheit des österreichischen Deutsch) [ling.]
Austrian idiom
Peru-Schnabelwal {m} (auf Deutsch noch nicht endgültig entschieden) [zool.]
lesser beaked whale, Peruvian beaked whale, pygmy beaked whale (Mesoplodon peruvianus)
fehlerlos; fehlerfrei; makellos; einwandfrei; lupenrein {adj}
Sie spricht lupenreines Deutsch.
Her German is flawless.
schwäbeln; einen schwäbischen Akzent haben; ein schwäbisch gefärbtes Deutsch sprechen {vi} [ling.]
to have a Swabian accent
sächseln; einen sächsischen Akzent haben; ein sächsisch gefärbtes Deutsch sprechen {vi} [ling.]
to have a Saxon accent
idiomatisch {adj} [ling.]
idomatischer Ausdruck
idiomatische Redewendung Wendung
idiomatisches Deutsch sprechen
idiomatic expression
idiomatic phrase
to speak idiomatic German
Klartext {m} (verständliche Ausdrucksweise)
im Klartext; auf gut deutsch [ugs.]
plain language
in plain language
Nebenfach {n}; Zusatzfach {n} (Schule) [school]
Nebenfächer {pl}; Zusatzfächer {pl}
etw. als Nebenfach haben
Ich habe Deutsch als Nebenfach.
subsidiary subject; minor [Am.]
subsidiary subjects; minors
to minor in [Am.]
I minor in German. [Am.]
Nebenfach {n} (Schule)
Nebenfächer {pl}
etw. als Nebenfach haben
Ich habe Deutsch als Nebenfach.
subsidiary subject, minor [Am.]
subsidiary subjects, minors
to minor in [Am.]
I minor in German. [Am.]
schlecht; mager; dürftig {adj}
schlechtes Deutsch
sich schlecht ernähren
von der Idee her großartig aber schlecht in der Ausführung
Seine Arbeit ist schlecht.
poor German
to eat a poor diet
great in concept yet poor in execution
His work is poor.
ich lerne
du lernst
sie lernt
sie lernte
sie hat
hatte gelernt
deutsch lernen
to learn {learned, learnt, learned, learnt}
learned, learnt
I learn
you learn
she learns
she learned, I
she learnt
she has
had learned, he
she has
had learnt
to learn German
fließend {adj}
fließend Deutsch sprechen
to speak fluent German; to be fluent in German
jdn. zu etw. beglückwünschen; jdn. zu etw. gratulieren {vt}
beglückwünschend; gratulierend
beglückwünscht; gratuliert
beglückwünscht; gratuliert
beglückwünschte; gratulierte
Sie gratulierte mir zu meinem Outfit.
Ich habe ihn zu seinem ausgezeichneten Deutsch beglückwünscht.
Ich beglückwünsche sie zu ihrem Mut Nein zu sagen.
to compliment sb. on sth. sth.; to applaud sb. for sth.
She complimented my outfit.
I complimented him on his excellent German.
I applaud her for having the courage to refuse.
Klartext {m}
im Klartext, auf gut deutsch [ugs.]
in plain language
etw. lernen
ich lerne
du lernst
er sie lernt
ich er sie lernte
er sie hat hatte gelernt
deutsch lernen
einiges dazulernen hinzulernen
etwas dazulernen
Man kann immer etwas dazulernen.
to learn sth. {learned learnt; learned learnt}
learned; learnt
I learn
you learn
he she learns
I he she learned; I he she learnt
he she has had learned; he she has had learnt
to learn German
to learn a few (new) things
to learn something (new)
There's always something (new) to learn.
Hausaufgabe {f}; Hausarbeit {f}; Hausübung {f} [Ös.] [school]
Hausaufgaben {pl}; Hausübungen {pl}; Schulaufgaben {pl}
seine Hausaufgaben machen
die Hausaufgabe abgeben
Lateinhausaufgabe {f}; Lateinhausübung {f} [Ös.]
Was haben wir auf?
Es tut mir Leid ich habe die Hausaufgabe nicht (erledigt gemacht).
Wir haben heute eine neue Hausaufgabe in Deutsch bekommen und ich habe schon massenweise Aufgaben in Mathe Englisch und Biologie.
(homework) assignment
to do one's homework
to hand in the homework
Latin homework
What's for homework please?
I'm sorry I haven't got the homework.
We got a new assignment in German today and I already have a ton of homework in maths English and biology.
bedeuten; heißen {vi} (Sache)
bedeutend; heißend
bedeutet; geheißen
es bedeutet; es heißt
es bedeutete; es hieß
es hat hatte bedeutet; es hat hatte geheißen
auf Englisch heißt das
Was heißt das?; Was bedeutet das?
Was heißt das auf Englisch Deutsch?
Was bedeutet dieses Wort?
Was soll das heißen?
jdm. alles bedeuten
jdm. wenig bedeuten
Es bedeutet mir viel.
Heißt es nicht Vertraulichkeit erzeugt Geringschätzung?
Im Sinne dieses Vertrags bedeutet "Anleger" eine natürliche Person. (Vertragsformel) [jur.]
to mean {meant; meant} (matter)
it means
it meant
it has had meant
in English it means ...
What does that mean?; What is that?; What's that?
What's this in English German?
What does this word mean?; What's the meaning of this word?
What's the meaning of this?
to mean everything to sb.
to mean little to sb.
It means a lot to me.
Is the saying not Isn't the saying (that) familiarity breeds contempt?
As used in this Contract the term 'investor' shall mean a natural person. (contractual phrase)

Deutsche Synonyme für Deutsch

deutsch  germanisch  teutonisch  
deutsch-deutsche  Grenze  innerdeutsche  Grenze  Zonengrenze  (umgangssprachlich)  
deutsch-deutsche Grenze  innerdeutsche Grenze  Zonengrenze (umgangssprachlich)  
deutsch  germanisch  teutonisch  

Englische Synonyme für to speak {spoke; spoken}

to  against  as far as  en route to  for  headed for  in  in consideration of  in contemplation of  in order to  in passage to  in transit to  into  on  on route to  over against  so  so as to  so that  till  toward  towards  until  unto  up  up to  upon  versus  
to a degree  a bit  a little  after a fashion  appositely  appreciably  at any rate  at best  at least  at most  at the least  at the most  at the outside  at worst  comparatively  detectably  extremely  fairly  germanely  in a manner  in a measure  in a way  in part  in some measure  incompletely  kind of  leastwise  merely  mildly  moderately  modestly  not absolutely  not comprehensively  not exhaustively  only  part  partially  partly  pertinently  pretty  pro tanto  proportionately  purely  quite  rather  relatively  relevantly  scarcely  simply  slightly  so far  somewhat  sort of  thus far  to an extent  to some degree  to some extent  tolerably  very  visibly  
to and fro  alternately  back and forth  backward and forward  backwards and forwards  by turns  capriciously  changeably  desultorily  erratically  every other  hitch and hike  in and out  in rotation  in turns  inconstantly  make and break  mutatis mutandis  off and on  on and off  reciprocally  ride and tie  round and round  seesaw  shuttlewise  turn about  uncertainly  unsteadfastly  unsteadily  up and down  variably  vice versa  waveringly  
to be expected  according to expectation  any day  any hour  any minute  any moment  any time  any time now  as a rule  as expected  as may be  as per usual  as things go  as usual  chiefly  commonly  counted on  customarily  expected of  generally  habitually  imminently  impendingly  in character  just as predicted  just like one  mainly  most often  mostly  naturally  normally  normatively  one all over  ordinarily  prescriptively  regularly  taken for granted  usually  
to blame  accountable  accusable  amenable  answerable  arraignable  at fault  blamable  blameworthy  censurable  chargeable  criminal  culpable  faulty  guilty  impeachable  implicated  imputable  inculpated  indictable  involved  liable  open to criticism  peccant  reprehensible  reproachable  reprovable  responsible  responsible for  
to come  about to be  advancing  already in sight  approaching  approximate  approximative  at hand  attracted to  billed  booked  brewing  close  close at hand  coming  desired  destinal  destined  determined  drawn to  emergent  eventual  extrapolated  fatal  fated  fatidic  forthcoming  future  futuristic  gathering  going to happen  hereafter  hoped-for  immediate  imminent  impendent  impending  in danger imminent  in prospect  in reserve  in store  in the cards  in the offing  in the wind  in view  instant  later  looming  lowering  lurking  menacing  near  near at hand  nearing  on the horizon  oncoming  overhanging  planned  plotted  predicted  preparing  probable  projected  prophesied  prospective  proximate  scheduled  slated  that will be  threatening  to-be  ultimate  upcoming  waiting  
to do  ado  agitation  bluster  bobbery  boil  boiling  bother  botheration  brawl  broil  brouhaha  burst  bustle  churn  clamor  coil  commotion  conturbation  discomposure  disorder  disquiet  disquietude  disturbance  donnybrook  donnybrook fair  dustup  ebullience  ebullition  eddy  effervescence  embroilment  excitement  feery-fary  ferment  fermentation  fever  feverishness  fidgetiness  fidgets  fit  flap  flurry  fluster  flutter  flutteration  flutteriness  foment  foofaraw  fracas  free-for-all  fume  furore  fuss  fussiness  hassle  helter-skelter  hubbub  hullabaloo  hurly-burly  hurrah  hurry  hurry-scurry  inquietude  jitters  jumpiness  maelstrom  malaise  melee  moil  nerviness  nervosity  nervousness  pell-mell  perturbation  pother  racket  rampage  restlessness  riot  roil  rough-and-tumble  roughhouse  rout  row  ruckus  ruction  ruffle  rumpus  scramble  seethe  seething  shindy  spasm  spurt  stew  stir  sweat  swirl  swirling  trepidation  trepidity  trouble  tumult  tumultuation  turbidity  turbulence  turmoil  twitter  unease  unquiet  unrest  uproar  upset  vortex  whirl  yeastiness  
to spare  de trop  dispensable  excess  expendable  expletive  extra  fresh  gratuitous  held back  held in reserve  held out  in abeyance  in excess  in hand  left  leftover  mint  needless  net  new  nonessential  odd  original  outstanding  over  pleonastic  pristine  prolix  put aside  put by  redundant  remaining  remanent  reserve  saved  spare  stored  supererogatory  superfluous  surplus  surviving  suspended  tautologic  tautologous  unapplied  unbeaten  uncalled-for  unconsumed  unemployed  unessential  unexercised  unexpended  unhandled  unnecessary  unneeded  unspent  untapped  untouched  untrodden  unused  unutilized  verbose  waived  
to the hilt  ad infinitum  all over  altogether  at all points  at full length  completely  comprehensively  entirely  every bit  every inch  every whit  exhaustively  fully  globally  head and shoulders  heart and soul  hundred per cent  in all respects  in every respect  in extenso  in full  in full measure  inclusively  inside and out  inside out  integrally  largely  neck deep  on all counts  one and all  outright  overall  root and branch  roundly  thoroughly  through and through  throughout  to the brim  to the death  to the end  totally  tout a fait  unconditionally  unreservedly  wholly  you name it  
to the letter  absolutely  dead  definitely  directly  even  exactly  expressly  faithfully  in all respects  in every respect  ipsissimis verbis  just  literally  literatim  plumb  point-blank  positively  precisely  right  rigidly  rigorously  square  squarely  straight  strictly  undeviatingly  unerringly  verbally  verbatim  verbatim et litteratim  word by word  word for word  
to the point  Spartan  a propos  abbreviated  abridged  ad rem  adapted  admissible  aposiopestic  appertaining  applicable  applying  apposite  appropriate  apropos  apt  becoming  befitting  belonging  brief  brusque  clipped  close  compact  compendious  compressed  concise  condensed  contracted  crisp  curt  cut  docked  dovetailing  elliptic  epigrammatic  felicitous  fit  fitted  fitting  geared  germane  gnomic  happy  in plain English  in plain words  in point  involving  just right  laconic  likely  material  matter-of-factly  meshing  naturally  on the button  opportune  pat  pertaining  pertinent  pithy  plainly  point-blank  pointed  pruned  qualified  relevant  reserved  right  seasonable  sententious  short  short and sweet  shortened  simply  sortable  succinct  suitable  suited  suiting  summary  synopsized  taciturn  tailored  terse  tight  to the purpose  truncated  unaffectedly  
toad  amphibian  apple-polisher  ass-licker  backscratcher  backslapper  batrachian  bootlick  bootlicker  brown-nose  brownie  bullfrog  clawback  courtier  creature  cringer  croaker  dog  dupe  fawner  flatterer  flunky  footlicker  frog  groveler  handshaker  helot  hoppytoad  hoptoad  instrument  jackal  kowtower  lackey  led captain  lickspit  lickspittle  mealymouth  minion  newt  paddock  peon  polliwog  prick  puppet  salamander  scum  serf  shit  shithead  skunk  slave  snake  spaniel  stinker  stooge  suck  sycophant  tadpole  timeserver  toadeater  toady  tool  tree frog  tree toad  truckler  tufthunter  turd  yes-man  
toadstool  algae  autophyte  bean  bracken  brown algae  climber  conferva  confervoid  creeper  diatom  fern  fruits and vegetables  fucus  fungus  grapevine  green algae  gulfweed  herb  heterophyte  ivy  kelp  legume  lentil  liana  lichen  liverwort  mold  moss  mushroom  parasite  parasitic plant  pea  perthophyte  phytoplankton  planktonic algae  plant families  puffball  pulse  red algae  rockweed  rust  saprophyte  sargasso  sargassum  sea lentil  sea moss  sea wrack  seaweed  smut  succulent  vetch  vine  wort  wrack  
toady  apple-polish  apple-polisher  ass-licker  backscratcher  backslapper  bend the knee  bootlick  bootlicker  bow  bow and scrape  brown-nose  brownie  clawback  courtier  cower  crawl  creature  creep  cringe  cringer  crouch  dupe  fawn  fawner  flatter  flatterer  flunky  follow  footlicker  grovel  groveler  handshaker  helot  instrument  jackal  kneel  kowtow  kowtower  lackey  led captain  lick the dust  lickspit  lickspittle  mealymouth  minion  peon  puppet  serf  slave  spaniel  stooge  stoop  suck  sycophant  tag  tail  timeserver  toad  toadeat  toadeater  tool  trail  truckle  truckler  tufthunter  yes-man  
toadying  abject  apple-polishing  ass-kissing  backscratching  beggarly  bootlicking  brown-nosing  cowering  crawling  cringing  crouching  fawnery  fawning  flattering  flunkyism  footlicking  groveling  handshaking  hangdog  ingratiating  ingratiation  insinuation  kowtowing  mealymouthed  mealymouthedness  obeisance  obeisant  obsequious  obsequiousness  on bended knee  parasitic  parasitism  prostrate  prostration  sniveling  sponging  sycophancy  sycophantic  timeserving  toadeating  toadyish  toadyism  truckling  tufthunting  
toast  French bread  Irish soda bread  Italian bread  anniversaries  appreciation  bake  barbecue  baste  be in heat  beige  belle  bib  black bread  blanch  blaze  bloom  boil  booze  braise  bread  bread stick  bread stuff  brew  broil  brown  brown bread  brownish  brownish-yellow  brunet  burn  celebrating  celebration  ceremony  cheers  chocolate  choke  cinnamon  cocoa  cocoa-brown  coddle  coffee  coffee-brown  combust  commemoration  congratulate  cook  cracked-wheat bread  crust  curry  dark bread  darling  devil  do  do to perfection  drab  drain the cup  dressing ship  drink  drink in  drink off  drink to  drink up  dun  dun-brown  dun-drab  ecru  fanfare  fanfaronade  favorite  fawn  fawn-colored  felicitate  festivity  fine lady  fire  flame  flame up  flare  flare up  flicker  flourish of trumpets  flush  fricassee  frizz  frizzle  fry  fuscous  garlic bread  gasp  glow  good wishes  graham bread  grande dame  greet  greetings  grege  griddle  grill  guzzle  hazel  heat  hero  heroine  holiday  honor  idol  imbibe  incandesce  jubilee  khaki  loaf of bread  lurid  marking the occasion  matzo  matzoth  memorialization  memory  nut bread  nut-brown  observance  olive-brown  olive-drab  ovation  oven-bake  pain  pan  pan-broil  pant  parboil  parch  pay tribute to  pita  pledge  poach  precieuse  prepare  prepare food  pull  pumpernickel  quaff  radiate heat  raisin bread  rejoicing  religious rites  remembrance  remembrances  revel  rite  ritual observance  roast  rye bread  salt-rising bread  salutations  salute  salvo  saute  scald  scallop  scorch  seal  seal-brown  sear  seethe  sepia  shimmer with heat  shirr  simmer  sip  smolder  smother  snuff-colored  solemn observance  solemnization  sorrel  sourbread  sourdough bread  spark  staff of life  steam  stew  stifle  stir-fry  suck  suck in  suckle  suffocate  sup  sweat  swelter  swig  swill  tan  taupe  tawny  testimonial  testimonial banquet  testimonial dinner  tipple  toast-brown  tommy  toss do  
toasty  aestival  blood-hot  blood-warm  calid  equatorial  genial  luke  lukewarm  mild  room-temperature  subtropical  summery  sunny  sunshiny  temperate  tepid  thermal  thermic  tropical  unfrozen  warm  warm as toast  warmish  
tobacconist  antique store  apothecary  automobile showroom  baker  bookdealer  bookseller  bookstore  bootery  butcher  candy store  chandler  chemist  cigar store  clothiers  clothing merchant  clothing store  confectioner  confectionery  draper  dress shop  drugstore  dry goods store  drysalter  fishmonger  fishwife  florist  florists  footwear merchant  fruiterer  fur salon  furnisher  furniture store  furrier  gift shop  greengrocer  grocer  groceryman  haberdasher  haberdashery  hardware store  hardwareman  hat shop  hobby shop  ironmonger  ironmongery  jeweler  jewelers  jewelry store  leather goods store  liquor merchant  liquor store  luggage shop  milliners  newsdealer  novelty shop  package store  perfumer  pharmacy  poulterer  saddler  saddlery  schlock house  schlock shop  secondhand shop  secondhand store  shoe store  smoke shop  snuffman  specialty shop  sporting goods store  stationer  stationers  stationery store  sweater shop  sweet shop  thrift shop  tobacco store  tobacconists  toy shop  trimming store  used-car lot  vintner  wine merchant  
tocsin  Klaxon  Mayday  SOS  air-raid alarm  alarm  alarm bell  alarm clock  alarm signal  alarum  alert  all clear  beacon  blinking light  burglar alarm  buzzer  crostarie  fiery cross  fire alarm  fire bell  fire flag  five-minute gun  flashing light  fog bell  fog signal  foghorn  gale warning  hooter  horn  hue and cry  hurricane warning  lighthouse  note of alarm  occulting light  police whistle  sign  signal  signal of distress  siren  small-craft warning  still alarm  storm cone  storm flag  storm warning  two-minute gun  upside-down flag  whistle  
today  as of now  as things are  at present  at this juncture  at this moment  at this point  at this time  but now  contemporaneity  contemporaneousness  even now  for the nonce  for this occasion  here  here and now  hereat  hic et nunc  historical present  in our time  in these days  just now  modernity  newness  now  nowadays  nowness  on the spot  our times  present  present tense  presently  presentness  the Now Generation  the nonce  the now  the present  the present age  the present day  the present hour  the present juncture  the present time  the time being  the times  these days  this day  this hour  this instant  this moment  this night  this point  this stage  tonight  

Lexikoneinträge für to speak {spoke; spoken} (about) / speaking / spoken / you speak / he she speaks / I he she spoke; I he she spake [obs.] / he she has had spoken / I he she would speak / speak! / to speak German / to speak broken German / Do you speak German? / I only speak a little German. / I'm sorry I don't speak English. / Who am I speaking to? / Could you please speak louder slower? / to speak up / to speak plain English / to speak without notes / to speak evil of sb. / to speak freely; to let fly / thus spoke ...; thus spake ... / May I have a word with you?

Borough-English (n.) A custom, as in some ancient boroughs, by which lands and tenements descend to the youngest son, instead of the eldest
Broken (p. p.) of Break
Broken (v. t.) Separated into parts or pieces by violence
Broken (v. t.) Disconnected
Broken (v. t.) Fractured
Broken (v. t.) Made infirm or weak, by disease, age, or hardships.
Broken (v. t.) Subdued
Broken (v. t.) Subjugated
Broken (v. t.) Crushed and ruined as by something that destroys hope
Broken (v. t.) Not carried into effect
Broken (v. t.) Ruined financially
Broken (v. t.) Imperfectly spoken, as by a foreigner
Broken-backed (a.) Having a broken back
Broken-backed (a.) Hogged
Broken-bellied (a.) Having a ruptured belly.
Broken-hearted (a.) Having the spirits depressed or crushed by grief or despair.
Broken wind () The heaves.
Broken-winded (a.) Having short breath or disordered respiration, as a horse.
Brother german () A brother by both the father's and mother's side, in contradistinction to a uterine brother, one by the mother only.
Cousin-german (n.) A first cousin. See Note under Cousin, 1.
English (a.) Of or pertaining to England, or to its inhabitants, or to the present so-called Anglo-Saxon race.
English (a.) See 1st Bond, n., 8.
English (n.) Collectively, the people of England
English (n.) The language of England or of the English nation, and of their descendants in America, India, and other countries.
English (n.) A kind of printing type, in size between Pica and Great Primer. See Type.
English (n.) A twist or spinning motion given to a ball in striking it that influences the direction it will take after touching a cushion or another ball.
English (v. t.) To translate into the English language
English (v. t.) To strike (the cue ball) in such a manner as to give it in addition to its forward motion a spinning motion, that influences its direction after impact on another ball or the cushion.
Evil (a.) Having qualities tending to injury and mischief
Evil (a.) Having or exhibiting bad moral qualities
Evil (a.) Producing or threatening sorrow, distress, injury, or calamity
Evil (n.) Anything which impairs the happiness of a being or deprives a being of any good
Evil (n.) Moral badness, or the deviation of a moral being from the principles of virtue imposed by conscience, or by the will of the Supreme Being, or by the principles of a lawful human authority
Evil (n.) malady or disease
Evil (adv.) In an evil manner
Evil eye () See Evil eye under Evil, a.
Evil-eyed (a.) Possessed of the supposed evil eye
Evil-favored (a.) Having a bad countenance or appearance
Evil-minded (a.) Having evil dispositions or intentions
Faair-spoken (a.) Using fair speech, or uttered with fairness
Foul-spoken (a.) Using profane, scurrilous, slanderous, or obscene language.
Freely (adv.) In a free manner
Free-spoken (a.) Accustomed to speak without reserve.
German (a.) Nearly related
German (n.) A native or one of the people of Germany.
German (n.) The German language.
German (n.) A round dance, often with a waltz movement, abounding in capriciosly involved figures.
German (n.) A social party at which the german is danced.
German (n.) Of or pertaining to Germany.
Home-speaking (n.) Direct, forcible, and effective speaking.
Indo-English (a.) Of or relating to the English who are born or reside in India
Plain (v. i.) To lament
Plain (v. t.) To lament
Plain (superl.) Without elevations or depressions
Plain (superl.) Open
Plain (superl.) Not intricate or difficult
Plain (superl.) Void of extraneous beauty or ornament
Plain (superl.) Not highly cultivated
Plain (superl.) Free from affectation or disguise
Plain (superl.) Not luxurious
Plain (superl.) Without beauty
Plain (superl.) Not variegated, dyed, or figured
Plain (superl.) Not much varied by modulations
Plain (adv.) In a plain manner
Plain (a.) Level land
Plain (a.) A field of battle.
Plain (v.) To plane or level
Plain (v.) To make plain or manifest
Plain-dealing (a.) Practicing plain dealing
Plain-hearted (a.) Frank
Plain-laid (a.) Consisting of strands twisted together in the ordinary way
Plain-spoken (a.) Speaking with plain, unreserved sincerity
Pock-broken (a.) Broken out, or marked, with smallpox
Pretty-spoken (a.) Spoken or speaking prettily.
Short-spoken (a.) Speaking in a quick or short manner
Smooth-spoken (a.) Speaking smoothly
Soft-spoken (a.) Speaking softly
Spake () imp. of Speak.
Spoke (imp.) of Speak
Spake () of Speak
Spoken (p. p.) of Speak
Spoke () of Speak
Speaking (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Speak
Speak (v. i.) To utter words or articulate sounds, as human beings
Speak (v. i.) To express opinions
Speak (v. i.) To utter a speech, discourse, or harangue
Speak (v. i.) To discourse
Speak (v. i.) To give sound
Speak (v. i.) To convey sentiments, ideas, or intelligence as if by utterance
Speak (v. t.) To utter with the mouth
Speak (v. t.) To utter in a word or words
Speak (v. t.) To declare
Speak (v. t.) To talk or converse in
Speak (v. t.) To address
Speaking (a.) Uttering speech
Speaking (a.) Seeming to be capable of speech
Spoke () imp. of Speak.
Spoke (n.) The radius or ray of a wheel
Spoke (n.) A projecting handle of a steering wheel.
Spoke (n.) A rung, or round, of a ladder.
Spoke (n.) A contrivance for fastening the wheel of a vehicle, to prevent it from turning in going down a hill.
Spoke (v. t.) To furnish with spokes, as a wheel.
Spoken (a.) Uttered in speech
Spoken (a.) Characterized by a certain manner or style in speaking
Stag-evil (n.) A kind of palsy affecting the jaw of a horse.
Straight-spoken (a.) Speaking with directness
Well-spoken (a.) Speaking well
Well-spoken (a.) Spoken with propriety
Wind-broken (a.) Having the power of breathing impaired by the rupture, dilatation, or running together of air cells of the lungs, so that while the inspiration is by one effort, the expiration is by two
Word (n.) The spoken sign of a conception or an idea
Word (n.) Hence, the written or printed character, or combination of characters, expressing such a term
Word (n.) Talk
Word (n.) Account
Word (n.) Signal
Word (n.) Language considered as implying the faith or authority of the person who utters it
Word (n.) Verbal contention
Word (n.) A brief remark or observation
Word (v. i.) To use words, as in discussion
Word (v. t.) To express in words
Word (v. t.) To ply with words
Word (v. t.) To flatter with words
Word-catcher (n.) One who cavils at words.

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plain sailing
clear sailing
easy going
easy unobstructed progress, after we solved that problem the rest was plain sailing
body English a motion of the body by a player as if to make an object already propelled go in the desired direction
word division
division of a word especially at the end of a line on a page
word game any game involving the formation or alteration or discovery of words
word play playing on words or speech sounds
German lesson instruction in the German language
morally objectionable behavior
evil eye a look that is believed to have the power of inflicting harm
whole-word method teaching reading by training beginners to associate printed words with spoken words
the worship of words
English Civil War civil war in England between the Parliamentarians and the Royalists under Charles I, -
English Revolution
Glorious Revolution
Bloodless Revolution
the revolution against James II, there was little armed resistance to William and Mary in England although battles were fought in Scotland and Ireland (-)
English sparrow
house sparrow
Passer domesticus
small hardy brown-and-grey bird native to Europe
English lady crab
Portunus puber
crab of the English coasts
plain turkey
Choriotis australis
popular Australian game bird
plain wanderer
Pedionomus torquatus
small Australian bird related to the button quail, classified as wading bird but inhabits plains
English toy spaniel British breed having a long silky coat and rounded head with a short upturned muzzle
English foxhound an English breed slightly larger than the American foxhounds originally used to hunt in packs
German short-haired pointer liver or liver-and-white hunting dog developed in Germany,
pointer and
English setter an English breed having a plumed tail and a soft silky coat that is chiefly white
English springer
English springer spaniel
a breed having typically a black-and-white coat
cocker spaniel
English cocker spaniel
a small breed with wavy silky hair, originally developed in England
Old English sheepdog
large sheepdog with a profuse shaggy bluish-grey-and-white coat and short tail, believed to trace back to the Roman occupation of Britain
German shepherd
German shepherd dog
German police dog
breed of large shepherd dogs used in police work and as a guide for the blind
English bulldog
a sturdy thickset short-haired breed with a large head and strong undershot lower jaw, developed originally in England for bull baiting
black bee
German bee
darkolored ill-tempered honeybee supposedly of German origin
German cockroach
Croton bug
water bug Blattella germanica
small light-brown cockroach brought to United States from Europe, a common household pest
English sole
lemon sole Parophrys vitulus
popular pale brown food flatfish of the Pacific coast of North America
broken arch an arch with a gap at the apex, the gap is usually filled with some decoration
civilian clothing
civilian dress
civilian garb
plain clothes
ordinary clothing as distinguished from uniforms, work clothes, clerical garb, etc.
English horn
cor anglais
a doubleeed woodwind instrument similar to an oboe but lower in pitch
English saddle
English cavalry saddle
a saddle having a steel cantle and pommel and no horn
hub-and-spoke system
a system of air transportation in which local airports offer air transportation to a central airport where long-distance flights are available
knit knit stitch
plain stitch
a basic knitting stitch
plain weave
taffeta weave
a basic style of weave in which the weft and warp threads intertwine alternately to produce a checkerboard effect
spoke rung
one of the crosspieces that form the steps of a ladder
speaking trumpet a trumpet-shaped acoustic device to intensify and direct the human voice, formerly held to the ear by a hard-of-hearing person
speaking tube a tube for conveying the sound of a voice from one room to another
wheel spoke
support consisting of a radial member of a wheel joining the hub to the rim
last word
elegance by virtue of being fashionable
the quality of being morally wrong in principle or practice, attempts to explain the origin of evil in the world
evil that which causes harm or destruction or misfortune, the evil that men do lives after them, the good is oft interred with their bones- Shakespeare
making too fine distinctions of little importance, they didn't take his hairsplitting seriously
perpendicular style
English-Gothic architecture
a Gothic style in th and th century England, characterized by vertical lines and a fourentered (Tudor) arch and fan vaulting
English the discipline that studies the English language and literature
morphology sound structure
syllable structure
word structure
the admissible arrangement of sounds in words
word a unit of language that native speakers can identify, words are the blocks from which sentences are made, he hardly said ten words all morning
opposite word
a word that expresses a meaning opposed to the meaning of another word, in which case the two words are antonyms of each other, to him the antonym of `gay' was `depressed'
portmanteau word
a new word formed by joining two others and combining their meanings, `smog' is a blend of `smoke' and `fog', `motel' is a portmanteau word made by combining `motor' and `hotel', `brunch' is a well-known portmanteau
cognate word
a word is cognate with another if both derive from the same word in an ancestral language
content word
openlass word
a word to which an independent meaning can be assigned
deictic word
a word specifying identity or spatial or temporal location from the perspective of a speaker or hearer in the context in which the communication occurs, words that introduce particulars of the speaker's and hearer's shared cognitive field into the message- R.Rommetveit
dirty word a word that is considered to be unmentionable, `failure' is a dirty word to him
word form
the phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or identify something, the inflected forms of a word can be represented by a stem and a list of inflections to be attached
four-letter word
four-letter Anglo-Saxon word
any of several short English words (often having letters) generally regarded as obscene or offensive
function word
closedlass word
a word that is uninflected and serves a grammatical function but has little identifiable meaning
guide word
a word printed at the top of the page of a dictionary or other reference book to indicate the first or last item on that page
head head word (grammar) the word in a grammatical constituent that plays the same grammatical role as the whole constituent
headword head word a content word that can be qualified by a modifier
superordinate word
a word that is more generic than a given word
subordinate word
a word that is more specific than a given word
key word a significant word used in indexing or cataloging
monosyllabic word
a word or utterance of one syllable
nonce word
hapax legomenon
a word with a special meaning used for a special occasion
ghost word a word form that has entered the language through the perpetuation of an error
root word
stem theme radical
(linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed, thematic vowels are part of the stem
citation form
main entry word
entry word
the form of a word that heads a lexical entry and is alphabetized in a dictionary
polysemantic word
polysemous word
a word having more than one meaning
polysyllabic word
a word of more than three syllables
equivalent word
two words that can be interchanged in a context are said to be synonymous relative to that context
spoken word
a word that is spoken aloud
part of speech
form class
word class
one of the traditional categories of words intended to reflect their functions in a grammatical context
written word the written form of a word, while the spoken word stands for something, the written word stands for something that stands for something, a craftsman of the written word
Shakespearean sonnet
Elizabethan sonnet
English sonnet
a sonnet consisting three quatrains and a concluding couplet in iambic pentameter with the rhyme pattern abab cdcd efef gg
word order the order of words in a text
last word an authoritative statement, my doctor has the last word on the medicines I take
Oxford English Dictionary
an unabridged dictionary constructed on historical principles
word finder
a thesaurus organized to help you find the word you want but cannot think of
Christian Bible
Book Good Book
Holy Scripture
Holy Writ
Word of God
the sacred writings of the Christian religions, he went to carry the Word to the heathen
New English Bible a modern English version of the Bible and Apocrypha
Word of God the message of the Gospel of Christ
key word a word that is used as a pattern to decode an encrypted message
word processor
word processing system
an application that provides the user with tools needed to write and edit and format text and to send it to a printer
word meaning
word sense
the accepted meaning of a word
word salad jumble of incoherent speech as sometimes heard in schizophrenia
word of farewell
an acknowledgment or expression of goodwill at parting
intelligence tidings
information about recent and important events, they awaited news of the outcome
good word good news
last word the final statement in a verbal argument, she always gets the last word
admonition monition warning word of advice cautionary advice about something imminent (especially imminent danger or other unpleasantness), a letter of admonition about the dangers of immorality, the warning was to beware of surprises, his final word of advice was not to play with matches
word parole countersign
a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group, he forgot the password
recommendation testimonial
good word
something that recommends (or expresses commendation of) a person or thing as worthy or desirable
smear word an epithet that can be used to smear someone's reputation, he used the smear word `communist' for everyone who disagreed with him
word a brief statement, he didn't say a word about it
weasel word an equivocal qualification, a word used to avoid making an outright assertion
word square
a puzzle where you fill a square grid with words reading the same down as across
Basic English a simplified form of English proposed for use as an auxiliary language for international communication, devised by C. K. Ogden and I. A. Richards
English language
an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch, the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the commonwealth countries
American English
American language
the English language as used in the United States
African American Vernacular English
African American English
Black English
Black English Vernacular
Black Vernacular
Black Vernacular English
a nonstandard form of American English characteristically spoken by African Americans in the United States