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(British) carpet pad, layer beneath carpet, place underneath; lie under; provide something that supports from below, provide with something underneath, support for something, underlieunderlay
(Nautical) protruding parts of the topmast, support for a mast and rigginghounds
10 dollars, sawhorse, ten-dollar bill; sawhorse, four-legged support used to hold wood while cuttingsawbuck
3-legged household object, 3-legged support, three-legged stand (for example used to support a camera); something with three legs (e.g. stool, table, vessel, etc.)tripod
3-legged stand, 3-legged support for pan, three-legged stand or stool, tripod; metal plate with three short legs used to hold a hot dish (used to support hot dishes or pans)trivet
a support for something constructed, adjuster for drum tension, appliance affixed to teeth, bracer, bracket connecting lines of music, clamp, pair, prepare for something, reinforce, strengthen, rest, prop; rope on a sailboat; pair, couple, rope control...brace
a support, a visit, act of halting; visit, temporary residence; suspension of a legal proceeding; brace; small piece of bone or plastic used to stiffen part of a garment; heavy rope (Nautical), alleviate in the short term, be around for something, comf...stay
A technical analysis tool: a chart pattern depicting the period when the supply and demand of a certain stock are in relative equilibrium resulting in a narrow trading range. The merging of the support level and resistance level.Base
a trademark for a widely used computer operating system, developed in 1969 at AT&T Bell Laboratories, that can support multitasking in a multiuser environment, operating system which can operate on various computers and support multi-tasking (Computers)UNIX
able to be occupied, capable of being defended in battle, resistant, may be carried out, with reasonable arguments to support ittenable
abort carrier landing, failed carrier landing, horse given to suddenly starting or running away; one withdraws membership or support from a political party, horse likely to bolt, somebody who abandons political partybolter
accompaniment, copied, copying, copying of data in order for retrieval in the event of a malfunction (Computers); substitute; reserve, spare, overflow, providing musical accompaniment, reinforcements, security copy, substitute or reserve, support, supp...backup
accumulate, copy computer files, go backward, prove statement, to support somebodyback up
achieve support for somebody, announce, assist during birth, carry something to somebody, convey; give; express; give birth; redeem; surrender, do as promised, give somebody somethingdeliver
act as support for, support from below, support from below; strengthen a foundation, remake a foundation; comprise a basis forunderpin
act of confirming, confirmation, reinforcement; confirmation; supportcorroboration
act of endorsing, advertising testimonial, official approval or permission, policy alteration, public support, signature or written commentendorsement; indorsement
act of maintaining; upkeep, repairs; livelihood, means of support, condition, continuing repair work, interference in legal action, maintaining of something, provision of financial supportmaintenance
act of making unstable, act of making unsteady; process of undermining a government by removing popular or political support (Politics)destabilization
act of providing evidence to support a claim, act of supporting with an example; act of producing a more specifically defined object by replacing some variables with values (Computer Programming)instantiation
act of providing guidance and support to another (usually younger or less-skilled) person, acting as mentormentoring
act of sticking or adhering to a surface; attachment, devotion; agreement; abnormal growing together of separate body tissues (Medicine), intermolecular attraction, joining of body parts, non-slippiness, sticking power, supportadhesion
act of strengthening, fortification; reward or punishment designed to encourage or discourage a particular response (Psychology); act of reinforcing, added support, additional troops or weapons, something added to increase strengthreinforcement
act of sustaining or being sustained; nourishment, food; livelihood, maintenance, support, upkeep, condition of being sustainedsustenance
act of sustaining, maintenance, supportsustainment
active, alive, living, possessing life; lively, energetic; important; carrying an electric current; transmitted by live broadcast, be alive, exist; survive, remain alive; reside, dwell; support oneself, earn money; cohabit; enjoy life, be kept
add support to building, cover a wall or embankment with stone or cementrevet
additional support, catch stopping backward movement, catcher, give support to somebody, screen to stop a ball, wall or some type of barrier which keeps a ball from going outside of an area of play; catcher (Baseball)backstop
adhere to something, be present without action, remain ready, supportstand by
adjacency, making things abut, meeting point, structure that supports an arch or vault (as on a bridge); place where two adjoining structures come in contact, juncture, support structureabutment
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