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read again, read another timereread
(1567-1643) Claudio, Italian composer belonging to the Renaissance time period (known for his advancement of the opera)Monteverdi
(1864-1909) German mathematician who developed the concept of four-dimensional space-timeMinkowski
(Archaic) since, since that timesinsyne
(Biblical) pertaining to the time before the fall of man, before fall from graceprelapsarian
(born 1968) American baseball player for the Chicago Cubs (competed with Mark McGwire for the all-time record of most home runs hit in one season)Sammy Sosa
(Botany) not falling off at a particular time of year (of leaves); evergreen, does not loose its leaves each year (of trees or plants)indeciduous
(British Slang) criminal, prisoner, ex-convict; prison time, decide the order of play, fall behind compared with others, fail to keep up with the established pace, straggle; develop slowly; linger, tarry; slacken, flag, weaken; imprison (British Slang)...lag
(British) traditional, conservative; time-honoredtrad
(Computers) any type of storage medium that can only be written to once but can be read an unlimited number of times (such as a CD-ROM)Write Once Read Many
(Computers) Read-only memory which can be programmed (written) againProgrammable Read Only Memory
(Computers) sign up, inform a newsgroup program that a user wants to regularly read a certain newsgroup; inform a mailing list server that a user wants to read a certain group, guarantee to invest in something, make advance payment for something, promi...subscribe
(Finance) process of selling or writing an option for the first timegrants
(French) epoch, era, distinct period of time noted for particular events characteristics or developmentsepoque
(Geology) of or pertaining to the earliest known forms of rocks; of or belonging to the earlier of the two divisions of Precambrian timearchaean
(Geology) of or pertaining to the earliest known forms of rocks; of or belonging to the earlier of the two divisions of Precambrian timearchean
(Informal) night; period of time between sunset and sunrise; darkness; end of the eveningnite
(Internet Slang) go meet some friends and develop some outside interests! (used to ridicule people who spend large amounts of time using computers or the Internet)GAL (get a life)
(Law) extension of time given to one party in a lawsuit for the purpose of reaching an amicable settlement, continuance; request for an extension of timeimparlance
(Law) failure to act within the time allowed; legal principle by which one loses the right to compensation if one does not act within the time allowed, negligencelaches
(Music) pause; act of holding a note longer than indicated, time extension in musicfermata
(Physics) theory of relativity as developed by Albert Einstein, theory that time and space are relative concepts and that motion must be defined in relation to a point of reference, dependence on contextually variable factor, equivalence of mass and en...relativity
(Slang) behave in a frivolous manner; waste money or time, behave frivolously, waste foolishlyfrivol
(Slang) make a stupid mistake, make a mess of; waste time; act in a playful or foolish manner, (Slang) stupid person, fool; stupid mistake, blunder, botch, make mistake, unintelligent persongoof
(symbol) mus, one millionth of second, unit of time equal to one-millionth of a secondmicrosecond
(tumbril) cart for transporting victims to their execution (especially to the guillotine during the time of the French Revolution); dumpcart (especially one used for transporting dung)tumbrel
1,000 years, hoped-for utopian age, millenary, prophesied rule by Jesus Christ, thousandth anniversary, unit of time equal to one thousand years; thousandth year anniversarymillennium
100 things, 100 years, 100-year period in dating system, group of Roman voters, long time, period of one hundred years, see also:maniple, unit of Roman soldierscentury
2nd full moon in a month, long timeblue moon
30 minutes, point in time halfway between hourshalf-hour
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EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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