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Results for: mother-in-law apartmentTranslations 1 - 30 of 116
 English English
mother-in-law apartmentgranny flat
(1507-1536) second wife of Henry VIII, mother of Queen Elizabeth IAnne Boleyn
(British) roommate, person with whom one shares a room or apartmentflat-mate
(Greek mythology) the mother of the Muses, Greek goddess of memoryMnemosyne
acquit, exit from program, free of something, leave, liberated, released, exempt from, move out, pay off, resign, stop doing something, cease; leave (a place or person); evacuate an apartment; relinquish, give up; leave a job; release, unburdenquit
act as mother to, protect, nurture; give life to by birthing, mom, female parent; woman who has given birth; woman acting as a mother or exercising mother-like authority; small British gun used in WWI (British Slang), mother of vinegar, of a female par...mother
act in a play, celebrate in disguise, chrysanthemum, keep quiet, mom, Mom, Mother (British); silence, quietness; chrysanthemum (Informal), silent, strong beermum
act of allowing something to enter or pass; leasing, renting, rented apartmentletting
act of being a father or mother to a child, raising children, child-rearingparenting
acting as a substitute or replacement, appoint as a stand-in, kind of judge, substitute authority figure, act in place of another; carry a fetus for another woman; act as a substitute parent, substitute; surrogate mother, woman who voluntarily carries ...surrogate
allowing transmission in one direction, apartment on one floor, geometric figure or element, having only one part or element; of or pertaining to a telecommunications system that works in only one direction at a time, root form of word, simplesimplex
alternative name for the Thames River around Oxford, England, Egyptian goddess of fertility, Egyptian mother goddessIsis
An organization owned by its members, for example, agriculture cooperatives that assist farmers in selling their products more efficiently and apartment buildings owned by the residents who have full control of the property.Cooperative
ancient Assyrian and Babylonian goddess of love fertility and war, Babylonian mother goddessIshtar
animal without mother, child whose parents are dead, child without parents, make into an orphan, cause to become orphan, render parentless, see also:widow, stranded first lineorphan
apartmentapt.
apartment building with garden, apartment with garden access, garden flatgarden apartment
apartment building, flat, living area within a building, home in larger building, room, special rooms in big buildingapartment
apartment for a parent, granny flatmother-in-law apartment
apartment in houseaccessory apartment
apartment on 2 adjoining floorsduplex apartment
apartment owned under strata titlestrata unit
apartment reached by stairs, building without elevatorwalk-up
apartment with rooms in linerailroad flat
apartment, below correct pitch, below pitch, big flat envelope, commercially inactiveflat
area where group lives, country ruled by another, group of animals or plants, group of colonists, group of people who have settled in a new country and who are still subject to the mother country; country or location subject to the mother country; comm...colony
biblical character, mother-in-law of Ruth (Biblical); female first name (Hebrew)Naomi
bra for a nursing mothernursing bra
building containing 3 apartments, something that is threefold; triple time, musical measurement of three beats per measure (Music); apartment with three floorstriplex
building containing condominiums, individually owned apartment, joint dominion over a territory; apartment building in which the apartments are individually owned; apartment in such a building, joint government of territory, state ruled by foreign coun...condominium
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