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Meanings of Algetic:

adjective

= algesic .

Meanings of Altogether:

adverb

Completely; totally.

Usage examples:

I stopped seeing her altogether

Meanings of Altogetherness:

noun

The quality or condition of being or occurring altogether; unity; completeness; co-occurrence.

An-easy-target-for

ˈtɑː.ɡɪt

Meanings of An-easy-target-for:

noun

An object aimed and fired at during shooting practice, often a circle with a pattern of rings, or any object or place at which arrows, bullets, bombs, and other missiles are aimed

Usage examples:

I missed the target., the plane passed over the target., the president was the main target of the s…

Meanings of Analgetic:

adjective

Analgesic.

noun

Analgesic.

Meanings of Apologete:

noun

A person who uses argumentative discourse to defend a doctrine or religion, especially christianity; a person skilled in apologetics.

Meanings of Apologetic:

adjective

Expressing or showing regretful acknowledgement of an offence or failure.

Usage examples:

She was very apologetic about the whole incident

Meanings of Apologetically:

adverb

In a manner that expresses or shows regretful acknowledgement of an offence or failure.

Usage examples:

He smiles apologetically and slips away

Meanings of Apologetics:

plural noun

Reasoned arguments or writings in justification of something, typically a theory or religious doctrine.

Usage examples:

Free market apologetics

Meanings of Band-together:

phrasal verb

To join together as a group, often for a specific purpose

Usage examples:

The workers banded together to demand better working conditions.

Meanings of Banded-together:

phrasal verb

To join together as a group, often for a specific purpose

Usage examples:

The workers banded together to demand better working conditions.

Meanings of Be-getting-there:

phrase

To be getting old

Usage examples:

Be getting on (a bit) he's getting on (a bit) - he'll be 76 next birthday., i wonder how old he is …

Meanings of Beget:

verb

(especially of a man) bring (a child) into existence by the process of reproduction.

Usage examples:

They hoped that the king might beget an heir by his new queen

Meanings of Begets:

verb

(especially of a man) bring (a child) into existence by the process of reproduction.

Usage examples:

They hoped that the king might beget an heir by his new queen

Meanings of Begettal:

noun

Begetting.

Meanings of Begetter:

noun

Someone who creates something

Usage examples:

He was a begetter of chamber music and concertos in the 1980s., he made no secret of the fact that …

Meanings of Begetting:

verb

(especially of a man) bring (a child) into existence by the process of reproduction.

Usage examples:

They hoped that the king might beget an heir by his new queen

Meanings of Bioenergetics:

plural noun

The study of the transformation of energy in living organisms.

Usage examples:

The applications in photosynthesis are still scarce despite the unique opportunity given by the ful…

Meanings of Bring together:

idiom

Cause to become joined or linked

phrasal verb

To help people or groups to become friendly or to do something together, especially when they would not usually do this

Usage examples:

The disaster brought the community together., a common interest in chess brought them together., a …

Budget

ˈbʌdʒ.ɪt

Meanings of Budget:

noun

An estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time.

Usage examples:

Keep within the household budget
verb

Allow or provide a particular amount of money in a budget.

Usage examples:

The university is budgeting for a deficit
adjective

Inexpensive.

Usage examples:

A budget guitar

Meanings of Budget-for:

noun

A uk government organization that provides information on public finances to support the government’s financial decisions, and that provides judgments on their results

Budgetary

ˈbʌdʒ.ɪ.tər.i

Meanings of Budgetary:

adjective

Relating to or in accordance with an estimate of income and expenditure.

Usage examples:

Tight budgetary constraints

Meanings of Budgeted:

adjective

(of a sum of money) provided for a particular purpose from a budget.

Usage examples:

A budgeted figure of £31,000
verb

Allow or provide a particular amount of money in a budget.

Usage examples:

The university is budgeting for a deficit

Budgeting

ˈbʌdʒɪtɪŋ

Meanings of Budgeting:

verb

Allow or provide a particular amount of money in a budget.

Usage examples:

The university is budgeting for a deficit
noun

An estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time.

Usage examples:

Keep within the household budget
adjective

Inexpensive.

Usage examples:

A budget guitar

Budgets

ˈbʌdʒɪt

Meanings of Budgets:

noun

An estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time.

Usage examples:

Keep within the household budget
verb

Allow or provide a particular amount of money in a budget.

Usage examples:

The university is budgeting for a deficit
adjective

Inexpensive.

Usage examples:

A budget guitar

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