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Meanings of Dyer:

noun

A person whose trade is the dyeing of cloth or other material.

Usage examples:

Weavers and dyers sell their cloth to men and women, who take it to tailors to make it into clothing.

Meanings of Dyers:

noun

A person whose trade is the dyeing of cloth or other material.

Usage examples:

Weavers and dyers sell their cloth to men and women, who take it to tailors to make it into clothing.

Dyes

daɪ

Meanings of Dyes:

noun

A natural or synthetic substance used to add a colour to or change the colour of something.

Usage examples:

Blonde hair dye
verb

Add a colour to or change the colour of (something) by soaking it in a solution impregnated with a dye.

Usage examples:

I dyed my hair blonde

Meanings of Dyestuff:

noun

A substance yielding a dye or that can be used as a dye, especially when in solution.

Usage examples:

Loosening makes the tanning agents, fats, dyestuffs and other substances, penetrate easily into the…

Dyestuffs

ˈdʌɪstʌf

Meanings of Dyestuffs:

noun

A substance yielding a dye or that can be used as a dye, especially when in solution.

Usage examples:

Loosening makes the tanning agents, fats, dyestuffs and other substances, penetrate easily into the…

Dyewood

ˈdaɪ.wʊd

Meanings of Dyewood:

noun

A type of wood from which dye (= colour) for cloth, etc. can be obtained

Usage examples:

They filled the ship with fine-grained timber and dyewood., old fustic is a dyewood from india and …

Dyewoods

ˈdaɪ.wʊd

Meanings of Dyewoods:

noun

A type of wood from which dye (= colour) for cloth, etc. can be obtained

Usage examples:

They filled the ship with fine-grained timber and dyewood., old fustic is a dyewood from india and …

Meanings of Dying:

adjective

On the point of death.

Usage examples:

He visited his dying mother
verb

(of a person, animal, or plant) stop living.

Usage examples:

He died of tuberculosis

Present participle of die

Meanings of Dying-down:

phrasal verb

To become reduced in strength

Usage examples:

A storm is expected tonight, but the wind and rain should die down by morning.

Meanings of Dying-out:

phrasal verb

To become less common and finally stop existing

Usage examples:

Dinosaurs died out millions of years ago.

Meanings of Dyke:

noun

A long wall or embankment built to prevent flooding from the sea.

Usage examples:

Ponds are separated by dikes that prevent flooding and provide access routes to the ponds for elect…
verb

Provide (land) with a wall or embankment to prevent flooding.

Usage examples:

They dyked the marshland along the rivers to provide pasture in summer

Meanings of Dyked:

verb

Provide (land) with a wall or embankment to prevent flooding.

Usage examples:

They dyked the marshland along the rivers to provide pasture in summer
noun

A long wall or embankment built to prevent flooding from the sea.

Usage examples:

Ponds are separated by dikes that prevent flooding and provide access routes to the ponds for elect…

Dykes

daɪk

Meanings of Dykes:

noun

A long wall or embankment built to prevent flooding from the sea.

Usage examples:

Ponds are separated by dikes that prevent flooding and provide access routes to the ponds for elect…
verb

Provide (land) with a wall or embankment to prevent flooding.

Usage examples:

They dyked the marshland along the rivers to provide pasture in summer

Dyking

dʌɪk

Meanings of Dyking:

verb

Provide (land) with a wall or embankment to prevent flooding.

Usage examples:

They dyked the marshland along the rivers to provide pasture in summer
noun

A long wall or embankment built to prevent flooding from the sea.

Usage examples:

Ponds are separated by dikes that prevent flooding and provide access routes to the ponds for elect…

Dyn

dʌɪn

Meanings of Dyn:

abbreviation

Dyne.

noun

A unit of force that, acting on a mass of one gram, increases its velocity by one centimetre per second every second along the direction that it acts.

Dynamic

daɪˈnæm.ɪk

Meanings of Dynamic:

adjective

(of a process or system) characterized by constant change, activity, or progress.

Usage examples:

A dynamic economy
noun

A force that stimulates change or progress within a system or process.

Usage examples:

Evaluation is part of the basic dynamic of the project

Dynamically

daɪˈnæm.ɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Dynamically:

adverb

In a manner characterized by constant change, activity, or progress.

Usage examples:

This situation can change dynamically on the timescale of minutes

Dynamics

daɪˈnæm.ɪks

Meanings of Dynamics:

noun

A force that stimulates change or progress within a system or process.

Usage examples:

Evaluation is part of the basic dynamic of the project
plural noun

The branch of mechanics concerned with the motion of bodies under the action of forces.

Usage examples:

The training allows astronauts to become familiar with the dynamics of body motion under weightless…

Meanings of Dynamism:

noun

The quality of being characterized by vigorous activity and progress.

Usage examples:

The dynamism and strength of the economy

Dynamited

ˈdaɪ.nə.maɪt

Meanings of Dynamited:

verb

Blow up (something) with dynamite.

Usage examples:

He threatened to dynamite a major hydroelectric dam
noun

A high explosive consisting of nitroglycerine mixed with an absorbent material and typically moulded into sticks.

Usage examples:

The builders of these bombs wouldn't have much trouble getting their hands on high explosives - dyn…

Dynamites

ˈdaɪ.nə.maɪt

Meanings of Dynamites:

verb

Blow up (something) with dynamite.

Usage examples:

He threatened to dynamite a major hydroelectric dam
noun

A high explosive consisting of nitroglycerine mixed with an absorbent material and typically moulded into sticks.

Usage examples:

The builders of these bombs wouldn't have much trouble getting their hands on high explosives - dyn…

Meanings of Dynamiting:

verb

Blow up (something) with dynamite.

Usage examples:

He threatened to dynamite a major hydroelectric dam
noun

A high explosive consisting of nitroglycerine mixed with an absorbent material and typically moulded into sticks.

Usage examples:

The builders of these bombs wouldn't have much trouble getting their hands on high explosives - dyn…

Dynamize

ˈdʌɪnəmʌɪz

Meanings of Dynamize:

verb

Give power or energy to; make dynamic.

Usage examples:

The new businesses that so dynamized the state in the 1960s

Dynamo

ˈdaɪ.nə.məʊ

Meanings of Dynamo:

noun

A machine for converting mechanical energy into electrical energy, typically by means of rotating coils of copper wire in a magnetic field.

Usage examples:

A dynamo converts mechanical energy from a moving electrical conductor into electromagnetic energy …

Meanings of Dynamometer:

noun

An instrument which measures the power output of an engine.

Usage examples:

First, under the testing conditions described, it is not possible for the dynamometer to measure th…

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