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English words starting with dic

Diced

daɪs

Meanings of Diced:

adjective

(of food) cut into small cubes.

Usage examples:

Diced carrots
verb

Play or gamble with dice.

Usage examples:

Prohibitions on all dancing and dicing

Meanings of Dicentra:

noun

A plant of the genus dicentra (family fumariaceae ), especially (in gardening) a bleeding heart.

Meanings of Dicentras:

noun

A plant of the genus dicentra (family fumariaceae ), especially (in gardening) a bleeding heart.

Dicey

ˈdaɪ.si

Meanings of Dicey:

adjective

Unpredictable and potentially dangerous.

Usage examples:

Food supplies have been dicey in recent months

Dichasia

dʌɪˈkeɪzɪəm

Meanings of Dichasia:

noun

A cyme in which each flowering branch gives rise to two or more branches symmetrically placed.

Usage examples:

A flowering plant consists of a rosette of hairy basal leaves with long petioles, and from one to s…

Meanings of Dichasial:

adjective

Of or relating to a dichasium; designating a cyme that branches as a dichasium.

Meanings of Dichasium:

noun

A cyme in which each flowering branch gives rise to two or more branches symmetrically placed.

Usage examples:

A flowering plant consists of a rosette of hairy basal leaves with long petioles, and from one to s…

Meanings of Dichlamydeous:

adjective

Of a flower: having both a calyx and a corolla, or having a double perianth.

Meanings of Dichloride:

noun

A chloride containing two atoms of chlorine in its molecule or empirical formula. compare "bichloride", "deuto-chloride".

Meanings of Dichloromethane:

noun

A volatile, sweet-smelling liquid used as a solvent, especially for the extraction of organic substances and as a component of paint removers.

Meanings of Dichogamic:

adjective

Dichogamous.

Dichogamy

dʌɪˈkɒɡəmi

Meanings of Dichogamy:

noun

The ripening of the stamens and pistils of a flower at different times, so that self-fertilization is prevented.

Usage examples:

However, the form of dichogamy (protogyny and protandry) is likely to have different consequences f…

Meanings of Dichoptic:

adjective

Of the eyes of certain dipteran flies: widely separated. of a fly (or its head): having such eyes. contrasted with "holoptic".

Meanings of Dichord:

noun

An instrument having two strings.

Meanings of Dichotomal:

adjective

Of, relating to, or characterized by dichotomy.

Meanings of Dichotomically:

adverb

Dichotomously.

Dichotomies

dʌɪˈkɒtəmi

Meanings of Dichotomies:

noun

A division or contrast between two things that are or are represented as being opposed or entirely different.

Usage examples:

A rigid dichotomy between science and mysticism

Dichotomise

dʌɪˈkɒtəmʌɪz

Meanings of Dichotomise:

verb

Regard or represent as divided or opposed.

Usage examples:

The sample was dichotomized into low and high educational groups

Meanings of Dichotomist:

noun

A person who dichotomizes or classifies by dichotomy.

adjective

Seeing or dividing things into two completely opposing ideas

Usage examples:

This type of reasoning reinforces the dichotomist view of sexuality., this reflects his dichotomist…

Meanings of Dichotomistic:

adjective

Of or relating to dichotomy or a dichotomist.

Meanings of Dichotomization:

noun

The condition of being, or process of becoming, dichotomized; division into two sharply defined parts or mutually exclusive categories.

Dichotomize

dʌɪˈkɒtəmʌɪz

Meanings of Dichotomize:

verb

Regard or represent as divided or opposed.

Usage examples:

The sample was dichotomized into low and high educational groups

Dichotomized

dʌɪˈkɒtəmʌɪz

Meanings of Dichotomized:

verb

Regard or represent as divided or opposed.

Usage examples:

The sample was dichotomized into low and high educational groups

Dichotomizing

dʌɪˈkɒtəmʌɪz

Meanings of Dichotomizing:

verb

Regard or represent as divided or opposed.

Usage examples:

The sample was dichotomized into low and high educational groups

Meanings of Dichotomous:

adjective

Exhibiting or characterized by dichotomy.

Usage examples:

A dichotomous view of the world

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