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English words containing gain:

Meanings of Advise-against:

collocation

To give someone advice not to do something

Usage examples:

I'd strongly advise against making a sudden decision., many western countries, including the united…

Meanings of Again:

adverb

Another time; once more.

Usage examples:

It was great to meet old friends again

Anew

Meanings of Again-and-again:

adverb

Many times

Usage examples:

I’ve told you again and again that i don’t know anything about it.

Meanings of Against:

preposition

In opposition to.

Usage examples:

The fight against crime

Meanings of Against all odds:

idiom

If you do or achieve something against (all) the odds/against all odds, you do or achieve it although there were a lot of problems and you were not likely to succeed

Usage examples:

Against all the odds, he recovered.

Meanings of Against the run of play:

idiom

If a football team scores a goal against the run of play, they score when the opposing side has been playing better or had more opportunities to score

Usage examples:

West brom scored against the run of play just before half time.

Meanings of Against-the-tide:

idiom

To not follow what everyone else is doing

Meanings of As-again:

idiom

The same amount again

Usage examples:

My fare was £10, and it was almost as much again for the children.

Meanings of Assegaing:

verb

Wound or kill with an assegai.

Usage examples:

He was a very brave man but he was eventually assegaied
noun

A slender, iron-tipped, hardwood spear used chiefly by southern african peoples.

Usage examples:

Inside the village, park visitors could divide their attention, and their spare change, between a f…

Meanings of Bargain:

noun

An agreement between two or more people or groups as to what each will do for the other.

Usage examples:

Bargains between political parties supporting the government
verb

Negotiate the terms and conditions of a transaction.

Usage examples:

He bargained with the local council to rent the stadium

Meanings of Bargain-basement:

adjective

(of prices) extremely low, or (of products) of low quality

Usage examples:

Farmers bought up the land at bargain-basement prices.
noun

A store or a part of a store, often underground, where things are sold at reduced prices

Usage examples:

The book had been a terrible flop, and you could buy it for $5 in any bargain basement., jonathan m…

Meanings of Bargain-down:

phrasal verb

Persuade the seller to accept a lower price

Meanings of Bargain-on:

phrasal verb

To expect something to happen

Usage examples:

We hadn’t bargained on an entire week of rain.

Meanings of Bargainable:

adjective

That may be bargained with or about; open to negotiation.

Meanings of Bargained:

verb

Negotiate the terms and conditions of a transaction.

Usage examples:

He bargained with the local council to rent the stadium
noun

An agreement between two or more people or groups as to what each will do for the other.

Usage examples:

Bargains between political parties supporting the government

Meanings of Bargainer:

noun

A person or group who discusses something with another person or group in order to try to reach an agreement that is better for them, for example to get a lower price or higher offer

Usage examples:

Although his manner is mild, he's a tough character and a hard bargainer., he urged wage bargainers…

Meanings of Bargainers:

noun

A person or group who discusses something with another person or group in order to try to reach an agreement that is better for them, for example to get a lower price or higher offer

Usage examples:

Although his manner is mild, he's a tough character and a hard bargainer., he urged wage bargainers…

Meanings of Bargaining:

verb

Negotiate the terms and conditions of a transaction.

Usage examples:

He bargained with the local council to rent the stadium
noun

An agreement between two or more people or groups as to what each will do for the other.

Usage examples:

Bargains between political parties supporting the government

Meanings of Bargains:

noun

An agreement between two or more people or groups as to what each will do for the other.

Usage examples:

Bargains between political parties supporting the government
verb

Negotiate the terms and conditions of a transaction.

Usage examples:

He bargained with the local council to rent the stadium

Be-against

reɪndʒ

Meanings of Be-against:

phrasal verb

To be part of a group that opposes/supports a particular idea, plan, or group

Usage examples:

Most of the state democratic party are ranged against the president., she ranged herself with my op…

Meanings of Be-up-against:

idiom

To be having or likely to have serious problems or difficulties

Usage examples:

With seven members of the team missing, hull are going to be up against it., many families are up a…

Meanings of Born-again:

adjective

(esp. of christians) extremely enthusiastic about religion; evangelical

Bougainvillaea

ˌbuːɡ(ə)nˈvɪlɪə

Meanings of Bougainvillaea:

noun

An ornamental shrubby climbing plant that is widely cultivated in the tropics. the insignificant flowers are surrounded by large, brightly coloured papery bracts which persist on the plant for a long time.

Usage examples:

Standards of plants not requiring dormant cycles, such as bougainvillea, hibiscus, ivies or geraniu…

Meanings of Bougainvillaeas:

noun

An ornamental shrubby climbing plant that is widely cultivated in the tropics. the insignificant flowers are surrounded by large, brightly coloured papery bracts which persist on the plant for a long time.

Usage examples:

Standards of plants not requiring dormant cycles, such as bougainvillea, hibiscus, ivies or geraniu…

Meanings of Bougainvillea:

noun

An ornamental shrubby climbing plant that is widely cultivated in the tropics. the insignificant flowers are surrounded by large, brightly coloured papery bracts which persist on the plant for a long time.

Usage examples:

Standards of plants not requiring dormant cycles, such as bougainvillea, hibiscus, ivies or geraniu…

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