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English words starting with d

D

ˌɒksəʊbʌɪə(ʊ)dɪˈɡreɪdəb(ə)l

Meanings of D:

abbreviation

(in genealogies) daughter.

Usage examples:

Henry m. georgina 1957, 1s 2d
contraction

Had.

Usage examples:

They'd already gone
noun

The fourth letter of the alphabet.

Usage examples:

Each half resembles a uppercase letter d, so the two parts of the cyclotron are known as dees.
adjective

(of plastic) breaking down in the presence of oxygen into tiny pieces that may then slowly biodegrade. oxo-biodegradable plastics generally degrade more slowly than compostable materials, but disintegrate too fast to be recyclable.

phrasal verb

The 4th letter of the roman alphabet

Electric flux density.

Da

diːˈeɪ

Meanings of Da:

abbreviation

(in units of measurement) deca-.

determiner

Non-standard spelling of the, used in representing speech.

noun

One's father.

Usage examples:

I learned the songs from my da

Meanings of Dab:

verb

Press against (something) lightly several times with a piece of absorbent material in order to clean or dry it or to apply a substance.

Usage examples:

He dabbed his mouth with his napkin
noun

A small amount of something.

Usage examples:

She licked a dab of chocolate from her finger
abbreviation

Digital audio broadcasting.

Dab-hand

ˌdæb ˈhænd

Meanings of Dab-hand:

noun

Someone who is very good at a particular activity

Usage examples:

She was a dab hand at tennis and played for her school., carlo's a dab hand in the kitchen (= good …

Meanings of Dabbed:

verb

Press against (something) lightly several times with a piece of absorbent material in order to clean or dry it or to apply a substance.

Usage examples:

He dabbed his mouth with his napkin
noun

A small amount of something.

Usage examples:

She licked a dab of chocolate from her finger
abbreviation

Digital audio broadcasting.

Dabber

ˈdabə

Meanings of Dabber:

noun

A rounded pad used in printing to apply ink to a surface.

Usage examples:

Later, a coat of lamp black ink and gum is applied on the paper, which is tapped with dabbers and b…

Meanings of Dabble:

verb

Immerse (one's hands or feet) partially in water and move them around gently.

Usage examples:

They dabbled their feet in the rock pools

Dabbled

ˈdæb.əl

Meanings of Dabbled:

verb

Immerse (one's hands or feet) partially in water and move them around gently.

Usage examples:

They dabbled their feet in the rock pools

Meanings of Dabbles:

verb

Immerse (one's hands or feet) partially in water and move them around gently.

Usage examples:

They dabbled their feet in the rock pools

Meanings of Dabbling:

verb

Immerse (one's hands or feet) partially in water and move them around gently.

Usage examples:

They dabbled their feet in the rock pools

Meanings of Dace:

noun

A small freshwater fish related to the carp, typically living in running water.

Usage examples:

The foss currently contains a good population of fish including brown trout, dace, chub, roach and …

Meanings of Dacha:

noun

A country house or cottage in russia, typically used as a second or holiday home.

Usage examples:

A man may boast of his home as his castle, but russians are increasingly turning to building countr…

Meanings of Dachas:

noun

A country house or cottage in russia, typically used as a second or holiday home.

Usage examples:

A man may boast of his home as his castle, but russians are increasingly turning to building countr…

Meanings of Dachshund:

noun

A dog of a very short-legged, long-bodied breed.

Usage examples:

Pekinese, bearded collies, dachshunds and yorkshire terriers were among the 260 dogs seized at a si…

Meanings of Dachshunde:

noun

A dog of a very short-legged, long-bodied breed.

Usage examples:

Pekinese, bearded collies, dachshunds and yorkshire terriers were among the 260 dogs seized at a si…

Dachshunds

ˈdæk.sənd

Meanings of Dachshunds:

noun

A dog of a very short-legged, long-bodied breed.

Usage examples:

Pekinese, bearded collies, dachshunds and yorkshire terriers were among the 260 dogs seized at a si…

Dacian

ˈdeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Dacian:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of dacia, an ancient country of south-eastern europe, or its people or language.

Usage examples:

The dacian kingdom
noun

A native or inhabitant of dacia, an ancient country of south-eastern europe.

Usage examples:

The dacians became a united nation under a single ruler

Dacite

ˈdeɪsʌɪt

Meanings of Dacite:

noun

A volcanic rock resembling andesite but containing free quartz.

Usage examples:

The volcanic strata consist of sheet-like flows of andesite, dacite, basalts, and trachybasalts tha…

Dacoit

dəˈkɔɪt

Meanings of Dacoit:

noun

(in india or burma (myanmar)) a member of a band of armed robbers.

Usage examples:

This valley was recently the territory of a famous dacoit, or highway robber, named mohammad khan.

Meanings of Dacoities:

noun

(in india or burma (myanmar)) an act of violent robbery committed by an armed gang.

Usage examples:

An increase in the number of dacoities in buses

Dacoits

dəˈkɔɪt

Meanings of Dacoits:

noun

(in india or burma (myanmar)) a member of a band of armed robbers.

Usage examples:

This valley was recently the territory of a famous dacoit, or highway robber, named mohammad khan.

Dacoity

dəˈkɔɪti

Meanings of Dacoity:

noun

(in india or burma (myanmar)) an act of violent robbery committed by an armed gang.

Usage examples:

An increase in the number of dacoities in buses

Meanings of Dactyl:

noun

A metrical foot consisting of one stressed syllable followed by two unstressed syllables or (in greek and latin) one long syllable followed by two short syllables.

Usage examples:

Thus a pattern consisting of five iambs would be an iambic pentameter; a pattern consisting of six …

Dactylic

dækˈtɪl.ɪk

Meanings of Dactylic:

adjective

Of or using dactyls.

Usage examples:

Dactylic rhythm
noun

Dactylic verse.

Usage examples:

He thereby lends some countenance to saintsbury's later mantra that what passes for english dactyli…

Meanings of Dactylics:

noun

Dactylic verse.

Usage examples:

He thereby lends some countenance to saintsbury's later mantra that what passes for english dactyli…
adjective

Of or using dactyls.

Usage examples:

Dactylic rhythm

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