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English words starting with bot

Meanings of Bot:

noun

An autonomous program on the internet or another network that can interact with systems or users.

Usage examples:

You can program your bot to store data in the database of your choice
abbreviation

(with reference to journal titles) botanic; botanical; botany.

Meanings of Bota:

noun

Originally: a measure of capacity for liquid, used especially in spain and portugal and varying according to locality and the nature of the contents. in later use: a large cask for wine or other liquids, the capacity of which varies according to the contents and locality.

Botanic

bəˌtæn.ɪk ˈɡɑː.dən

Meanings of Botanic:

noun

A garden, usually open to the public, where a wide range of plants are grown for scientific and educational purposes

Meanings of Botanica:

noun

(in the us) a small shop that sells herbal and other traditional remedies, together with charms, incense, candles, and other items used for religious or spiritual purposes.

Usage examples:

He performed cleansing rituals at a botanica he owned in montebello

Botanical

bəˈtanɪkl

Meanings of Botanical:

adjective

Relating to botany.

Usage examples:

Botanical specimens
noun

A substance obtained from a plant and used typically in medicinal or cosmetic products.

Usage examples:

Included under the act's definition of dietary supplements are such widely divergent substances as …

Botanicas

bəˈtanɪkə

Meanings of Botanicas:

noun

(in the us) a small shop that sells herbal and other traditional remedies, together with charms, incense, candles, and other items used for religious or spiritual purposes.

Usage examples:

He performed cleansing rituals at a botanica he owned in montebello

Meanings of Botanised:

verb

Study plants, especially in their natural habitat.

Usage examples:

I'd always be scheming to go birdwatching or botanizing

Meanings of Botanising:

verb

Study plants, especially in their natural habitat.

Usage examples:

I'd always be scheming to go birdwatching or botanizing

Botanize

ˈbɒtənʌɪz

Meanings of Botanize:

verb

Study plants, especially in their natural habitat.

Usage examples:

I'd always be scheming to go birdwatching or botanizing

Botanized

ˈbɒtənʌɪz

Meanings of Botanized:

verb

Study plants, especially in their natural habitat.

Usage examples:

I'd always be scheming to go birdwatching or botanizing

Meanings of Botanizer:

noun

A person who engages in the recording or study of plants.

Botanizes

ˈbɒtənʌɪz

Meanings of Botanizes:

verb

Study plants, especially in their natural habitat.

Usage examples:

I'd always be scheming to go birdwatching or botanizing

Botanizing

ˈbɒtənʌɪz

Meanings of Botanizing:

verb

Study plants, especially in their natural habitat.

Usage examples:

I'd always be scheming to go birdwatching or botanizing

Meanings of Botanomancy:

noun

Divination or fortune-telling using plants or their leaves, petals, etc.

Botany

ˈbɒt(ə)ni

Meanings of Botany:

noun

The scientific study of the physiology, structure, genetics, ecology, distribution, classification, and economic importance of plants.

Usage examples:

Modelling of plant growth and architecture relies on biological assumptions borrowed from botany an…

Botch up

bɒtʃ

Meanings of Botch up:

phrasal verb

Make a mess of, destroy or ruin

verb

Carry out (a task) badly or carelessly.

Usage examples:

He was accused of botching the job
noun

A bungled task.

Usage examples:

I've probably made a botch of things

Botched

bɒtʃ

Meanings of Botched:

adjective

(of a task) carried out badly or carelessly.

Usage examples:

A botched attempt to steal a car
verb

Carry out (a task) badly or carelessly.

Usage examples:

He was accused of botching the job

Meanings of Botcheries:

noun

Poor or clumsy workmanship. also as a count noun: something produced by a botcher; a mess; a shambles.

Meanings of Botchery:

noun

Poor or clumsy workmanship. also as a count noun: something produced by a botcher; a mess; a shambles.

Botels

bəʊˈtɛl

Meanings of Botels:

noun

A waterside hotel with facilities for mooring boats.

Usage examples:

These seafood restaurants and boatels have since been relocated to facilitate reclamation works.

Meanings of Boterol:

noun

A charge in the form of a chape; a crampet.

Meanings of Botfly:

noun

A stout hairy-bodied fly with larvae that are internal parasites of mammals.

Usage examples:

Other than biting and acting as vectors of disease, flies may affect humans by causing myiasis, inf…

Meanings of Bother:

verb

Take the trouble to do something.

Usage examples:

Scientists rarely bother with such niceties
noun

Effort, trouble, or difficulty.

Usage examples:

He saved me the bother of having to come up with a speech
exclamation

Used to express mild irritation or impatience.

Usage examples:

‘bother!’ she muttered

Meanings of Botheration:

noun

Effort, worry, or difficulty; bother.

Usage examples:

He has caused us a deal of unnecessary botheration
exclamation

Used to express mild irritation or annoyance.

Usage examples:

The wind caught me a fearful buffet-and-a-half as i stepped out of the door, causing me to drop one…

Bothered

ˈbɒð.əd

Meanings of Bothered:

adjective

Concerned about something.

Usage examples:

He was trying to play it cool and not look bothered
verb

Take the trouble to do something.

Usage examples:

Scientists rarely bother with such niceties

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