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Results for: blivet, pointless source of annoyance, problem difficult to solveTranslations: 130 / 578
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blivet, pointless source of annoyance, problem difficult to solveblivit
(about an area of land or a source of information) able to be mined (excavated, searched)minable
(Archaic) greatly, very much; harshly, gravely, severely, annoying, distressing, infected spot, inflammation, wound, abscess; source of pain or grief, sensitive issue, offended, painful, painful; raw, tender, sensitive; inflamed; hurting; annoying; dis...sore
(Archaic) not relaxed, not settled; restless; annoying, troublesome, uneasy, very difficulttroublous
(British) dark beer, alcoholic beverage; sour quality, difficult to accept, having an acrid taste, hostile, resentful, strong and sharp in taste, very coldbitter
(Computers) American standard for encoding data that uses a private key algorithm (encodes data in a manner that is extremely difficult to crack)Data Encryption Standard
(from Latin meaning "in the work cited") refers back to a source previously indicatedop.cit (opere citato)
(Grammar) verb form used to show that the subject is being acted upon (rather than performing an action), expressing action done to the subject, influenced by something external, lacking a power source, not actively taking part, not managed by the inve...passive
(Mathematics) step-by-step procedure used to solve a problem (often includes repetition of steps); step-by-step problem-solving procedure used within software applications (Computers), problem-solving computer programalgorithm
(Scottish) vex; annoy; trouble, (Slang) fashion; (Scottish) vexation; worry, fear; care trouble; annoyance, fashionablefash
(Slang) corpse, dead body; overly formal or priggish person; fellow, regular person; drunk, difficult to bend, rigid; stubborn; strong; awkward; hard, difficult; thick; high, expensive, in a rigid state; thoroughly, completelystiff
,(north england) brat, arrest somebody, be in a particular state, become, begin something, bring something, catch an illness, cause something to be done, conceive somebody, difficult tennis return, forms passives, gain access to somebody, have an idea,...get
a challenge, challenge somebody, have audacity to do something, have enough courage for something, venture, attempt, daring act; challenge, have courage to do something difficult or dangerous; challenge someone to do something difficult or dangerousdare
a dispute, effort, objections, quality of being difficult, something not easily done, something that is difficult; hardship, troubledifficulty
A non-cash expense that provides a source of free cash flow. Amount allocated during the period to amortize the cost of acquiring long term assets over the useful life of the assets.Depreciation
a struggle with something difficult, fight between wrestlers, fight by gripping and pushing, have a struggling fight, have difficulty, maneuver something awkward, struggle with; scuffle, contend in a wrestling match, struggle; act or bout of wrestling;...wrestle
abandon problem, defeat somebody, have minor injuries, win somethingwalk away
ability to do things, capacity to do work, forceful effort, power supply or source, power; vigor, liveliness, intensityenergy
able to change, encouraging discovery of solutions, heuristic method, investigative approach to problem solving, involving trial and error, procedure for getting solution, serving to discoverheuristic
able to survive in modern city, street-smart, knowing how to survive or succeed in difficult or dangerous situations (especially in an urban environment)streetwise
able to tolerate difficult circumstances, capable of waiting, one who receives therapy or treatment (medical, psychiatric, etc.), somebody given medical treatment, tolerant, forbearing, long-sufferingpatient
abnormally difficult labor or childbirth (Medicine), difficult childbirthdystocia
about which little is known, difficult to understand, full of mystery, having to do with something that is unknown or not understood, enigmatic, pertaining to a mystery, unexplainable, puzzling, strangemysterious
abstract artwork, conceptual, conceptualize something, extract something, impersonal, intangible, unconnected to concrete reality; theoretical, not practical; unconnected to a specific instance or example; difficult to understand, intellectual concept,...abstract
abundant source of something, fountain, holder for liquid, receptacle for baptismal water, receptacle for holy water, style and size of type, typeface, type style (Computers); complete set of type (Printing); basin in which baptismal water is kept; spr...font
abundantly using something, broad and dark, busy, clumsy, dark and overcast, demanding, difficult to lift; having a great weight; very large, massive; grave, serious; deep, profound, explicit, extensively producing or refining something, fleshy, full, ...heavy
accounting journal, perplexing problem or riddle; one who tickles, tickler coil, tickler filetickler
accused person, one accused, offender, guilty party, origin of problem, wrongdoerculprit
achieve academic rating, achieve particular test result, ask somebody questions, basis for evaluation, carry out a medical test, check, try, attempt, difficult situation, evaluate something, examination, examination of part of the body, series of quest...test
achieve something by effort, comprehend somebody or something, end in particular way, end satisfactorily, exercise, exhaust mine by extraction, make total, resolve difficulty, solve or calculate something, think something up, work offwork out
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