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English words starting with p

P

ˈfɒsf(ə)rəs

Meanings of P:

abbreviation

Page.

Usage examples:

See p 784
symbol

(in units of measurement) pico- (10−12).

Usage examples:

A 220 pf capacitor
noun

The sixteenth letter of the alphabet.

Usage examples:

Let’s have an ‘s’ for speedy, and a ‘p’ for polly, intertwined on the top of the cake, in red frost…

The chemical element phosphorus.

Pa

ˌprəʊtakˈtɪnɪəm

Meanings of Pa:

noun

Father.

Usage examples:

Pa is busy on the telephone
abbreviation

Pascal(s).

The chemical element protactinium.

Pa-system

piːˈeɪ ˌsɪs.təm

Meanings of Pa-system:

noun

A public address system

Meanings of Pabble:

verb

To boil; to bubble; to emit a sound like that of boiling liquid or fast-flowing water. chiefly figurative.

Pablum

ˈpabjʊləm

Meanings of Pablum:

noun

Bland or insipid intellectual matter, entertainment, etc.

Usage examples:

I think what documentary filmmakers do is make an attempt - and non-fiction writing does this as we…

Meanings of Pabular:

adjective

Of, relating to, or of the nature of pabulum.

Pac

pak

Meanings of Pac:

noun

Short for political action committee.

Usage examples:

Over 80% of the financial support of 9 house members came from pacs
abbreviation

Pan-africanist congress.

Pacas

ˈpakə

Meanings of Pacas:

noun

A large nocturnal south american rodent that has a reddish-brown coat patterned with rows of white spots and is hunted for its meat.

Usage examples:

We saw squirrel monkeys, capuchins, spider monkeys, peccaries, kinkajous, coatis, howler monkeys, t…

Meanings of Pacay:

noun

The edible, pulpy fruit of any of several tropical south american trees, especially inga feuillei and prosopis juliflora (family mimosaceae (leguminosae)).

Paced

peɪs

Meanings of Paced:

verb

Walk at a steady speed, especially without a particular destination and as an expression of anxiety or annoyance.

Usage examples:

We paced up and down in exasperation
noun

A single step taken when walking or running.

Usage examples:

Kirov stepped back a pace
preposition

With due respect to (someone or their opinion), used to express polite disagreement or contradiction.

Usage examples:

Narrative history, pace some theorists, is by no means dead
abbreviation

Police and criminal evidence act.

Pacemaker

ˈpeɪsˌmeɪ.kər

Meanings of Pacemaker:

noun

A person or animal who sets the pace at the beginning of a race, sometimes in order to help a runner break a record.

Usage examples:

He acted as a pacemaker for bannister when he broke the four-minute mile

Pacers

ˈpeɪsə

Meanings of Pacers:

noun

A pacemaker.

Usage examples:

Thus if you start playing tennis or jogging, the pacer will sense the motion and up your heart rate.

Meanings of Paces:

noun

A single step taken when walking or running.

Usage examples:

Kirov stepped back a pace
verb

Walk at a steady speed, especially without a particular destination and as an expression of anxiety or annoyance.

Usage examples:

We paced up and down in exasperation
preposition

With due respect to (someone or their opinion), used to express polite disagreement or contradiction.

Usage examples:

Narrative history, pace some theorists, is by no means dead
abbreviation

Police and criminal evidence act.

Meanings of Pacesetter:

noun

Another term for pacemaker (sense 1 of the noun).

Usage examples:

These centres are the pacesetters for the nation

Meanings of Pacesetters:

noun

Another term for pacemaker (sense 1 of the noun).

Usage examples:

These centres are the pacesetters for the nation

Meanings of Paceway:

noun

A racecourse at which pacing or trotting races take place.

Meanings of Pacha:

noun

The title of a turkish officer of high rank.

Usage examples:

That he even has a library sets him apart from most high-tech pashas.

Meanings of Pachalics:

noun

The jurisdiction of a pasha; the area governed by a pasha.

Meanings of Pachanga:

noun

A type of latin-american dance of cuban origin, containing elements of the conga and merengue and other originally african characteristics; (a piece of) music for this dance or in its rhythm, performed by a charanga band.

Pachas

ˈpaʃə

Meanings of Pachas:

noun

The title of a turkish officer of high rank.

Usage examples:

That he even has a library sets him apart from most high-tech pashas.

Meanings of Pachisi:

noun

A four-handed indian board game in which cowrie shells are thrown to determine the movements of pieces around the board.

Usage examples:

Pachisi was the favorite game of the rulers of india, but you don't have to be a major mogul to enj…

Meanings of Pachnolite:

noun

A hydrated fluoride of aluminium, calcium, and sodium, nacaalf₆ ·h₂ o, occurring as small white monoclinic crystals on cryolite.

Meanings of Pachometer:

noun

Any of various instruments used to measure thickness, originally of the glass of mirrors, but later also of paper, concrete, etc.; (ophthalmology) an instrument for measuring the thickness of the cornea of the eye, typically using either light from a slit lamp or ultrasound.

Pachucos

pəˈtʃuːkəʊ

Meanings of Pachucos:

noun

A member of a gang of young mexican americans.

Usage examples:

In the 1988 piece, border brujo, gomez-pena's character, the border brujo, assumes many successive …

Meanings of Pachycephalic:

adjective

Having a very thick skull; exhibiting pachycephaly. later also (humorous): thickheaded, stupid.

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