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Results for: protecting pileTranslations 1 - 30 of 96
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protecting pilefender pile
(Slang) homosexual (derogatory); bunch, pile, package; bundle of sticks, bundle of pieces of metal, bundle of sticks for firewood, collect something and tie into bundle, faggot, stitch with fagotingfagot
(Slang) homosexual (derogatory); bunch, pile, package; bundle of sticks, fagotfaggot
1930s dance, catch fly balls, chase away, dance the shag, have sexual intercourse (British Slang); cause wear and tear, layered haircut, long pile on textile, long-piled carpet, make rough, matted tangle of hair, provide with shaft, retrieve, rough and...shag
1960s dance, act like a monkey; imitate a monkey; make mischief, clown around, dupe, mimic, mischievous child, nonhuman primate, pile driver ram, type of agile tree-dwelling mammal of the order Primates (not including humanoid apes, lemurs, or humans);...monkey
a showing in a cinema, a showing on television, act of covering or camouflaging; act of filtering or sorting; concealment; division, act of partitioning; projection (of a film), protecting screens, sifted material, test for disease, wire meshscreening
absorbent material for medical packs, act of putting things into containers, material for protecting a packed object, packaging material; filling; caulking; manner in which a thing is packed; action of someone or something that packs, processing and pa...packing
accelerate to top speed, security software, security system for protecting against illegal entry to a local area network which is connected to the Internet (Computers)firewall
accumulation; pile, heapcumulation
animal enclosure, barred enclosure; prison; elevator, basket, elevator platform, enclose in a cage; place in a cage, enclosing or protecting wire-mesh structure, hockey goal, put in confining conditions, put person or animal in cage, screen to stop bal...cage
anklebone, area of rubble, astragalus, base of fortification, bone in ankle, rock rubble, sloping pile of rock fragments at the bottom of a clifftalus
area between thighs and abdomen, area where the thigh joins the abdomen (Anatomy); area where two vaults intersect (Architecture), construction protecting beach from erosion, edge between vaults, genitals, groynegroin
assault or attack somebody, criticize somebody or something fiercely, hammer, sledge-hammer; brawl, handle somebody or something roughly, intimidate, log-splitting hammer//mau-mau, pile-driving hammer, vtmau-mau, wound, crush, mutilate; behave crudely;...maul
assemble and package something, build something, can fruits or vegetables, engage in something, fasten something to wall, give or find shelter and food, increase something, offer for sale, offer somebody as candidate, pile hair on top of head, provide ...put up
backbone, skeletal axis protecting spinal cord, spine, vertebral columnspinal column
band protecting hat from sweat, band worn to absorb sweat, strip of material sewn inside the crown of a hat to absorb sweat; strip of material tied around the forehead to collect sweatsweatband
barrier protecting land from waves, pier, quay; barrier which breaks the force of wavesbreakwater
bring or come together, hoard; pile; gatheramass
burden somebody with task, logs sawed for use, move clumsily, move heavily or awkwardly; make a rumbling sound; accumulate, collect, clutter with useless objects; chop down trees and saw them into rough planks and boards, pile things together, timber, ...lumber
Cairn terrier, pile of stones set up as a memorial or mark of some kind, pile of stones used as markercairn
carpet with heavy pileBrussels carpet
carpet with thick pile, smooth soft carpet with thick pile, Wilton rug (named for the town Wilton in Wiltshire, England), England); family name; male first nameWilton
caulk, fit calk on something, horseshoe spike, part on a horseshoe that prevents slipping, put on calks (part on a horseshoe that prevents slipping), spiked plate protecting solescalk
cheat; rob; shear the wool from a sheep, coat of wool on a sheep; wool sheared from a sheep; something soft and fluffy, something resembling wool, cover with something resembling fleece, shear sheep, soft covering, soft fabric with nap or pile, swindle...fleece
church protecting fugitives, holy or sacred place; shelter, refuge; wildlife refuge, area of land set aside for the protection of wildlife; ancient Temple of Jerusalem (Judaism); holy of holies in the ancient Temple of Jerusalem (Judaism), holy place, ...sanctuary
cleft in rock face, glass tube protecting lantern flame, part of structure rising above roof, pipe that funnels smoke (away from a fireplace, furnace, etc.); narrow passage, smokestack, smoke-venting passage inside chimney, structure for venting gas or...chimney
coarse shaggy woolen cloth, decorative band along wall, decorative border (Architecture), horizontal band on classical building, long shaggy carpet pilefrieze
collect again, re-amass; reaccumulate, pile up againregather
collection of things, gathering; collection; agglomeration, pile, growth through interestaccumulation
common fund, container used for cooking; earthenware, ceramic vessel; central pile of money in a poker game; large sum of money (Slang); marijuana, hashish (Slang), contents of pot, fish or lobster trap, hit ball into pocket, hit of ball into pocket, k...pot
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