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Meanings of Embargoed:

verb

Impose an official ban on (trade or a country or commodity).

Usage examples:

All of these countries have been embargoed by the us
noun

An official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.

Usage examples:

An embargo on grain sales

Meanings of Embargoes:

noun

An official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.

Usage examples:

An embargo on grain sales
verb

Impose an official ban on (trade or a country or commodity).

Usage examples:

All of these countries have been embargoed by the us

Plural of embargo

Meanings of Embargoing:

verb

Impose an official ban on (trade or a country or commodity).

Usage examples:

All of these countries have been embargoed by the us
noun

An official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.

Usage examples:

An embargo on grain sales

Meanings of Embargos:

noun

An official ban on trade or other commercial activity with a particular country.

Usage examples:

An embargo on grain sales
verb

Impose an official ban on (trade or a country or commodity)

Usage examples:

All of these countries have been embargoed by the us

Embark

ɪmˈbɑːk

Meanings of Embark:

verb

Go on board a ship or aircraft.

Usage examples:

He embarked for india in 1817

Meanings of Embark on:

phrasal verb

Get off the ground

Meanings of Embark-upon:

phrasal verb

To start something big or important

Usage examples:

We’ve embarked on an exciting new project.

Meanings of Embarkation:

noun

The act of going onto a ship

Usage examples:

You'll be asked for those documents on embarkation., i returned to my original point of embarkation.

Embarkations

ˌem.bɑːˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Embarkations:

noun

The act of going onto a ship

Usage examples:

You'll be asked for those documents on embarkation., i returned to my original point of embarkation.

Embarked

ɪmˈbɑːk

Meanings of Embarked:

verb

Go on board a ship or aircraft.

Usage examples:

He embarked for india in 1817

Meanings of Embarking:

verb

Go on board a ship or aircraft.

Usage examples:

He embarked for india in 1817

Embarks

ɪmˈbɑːk

Meanings of Embarks:

verb

Go on board a ship or aircraft.

Usage examples:

He embarked for india in 1817

Meanings of Embarras:

abbreviation

Delaware (in official postal use).

Meanings of Embarrased:

adjective

Feeling or showing embarrassment.

Usage examples:

I felt quite embarrassed whenever i talked to her

Embarrass

ɪmˈbær.əs

Meanings of Embarrass:

verb

Cause (someone) to feel awkward, self-conscious, or ashamed.

Usage examples:

She wouldn't embarrass either of them by making a scene

Embarrassed

ɪmˈbær.əst

Meanings of Embarrassed:

adjective

Feeling or showing embarrassment.

Usage examples:

I felt quite embarrassed whenever i talked to her
verb

Cause (someone) to feel awkward, self-conscious, or ashamed.

Usage examples:

She wouldn't embarrass either of them by making a scene

Embarrasses

ɪmˈbarəs

Meanings of Embarrasses:

verb

Cause (someone) to feel awkward, self-conscious, or ashamed.

Usage examples:

She wouldn't embarrass either of them by making a scene

Embarrassing

ɪmˈbær.ə.sɪŋ

Meanings of Embarrassing:

adjective

Causing embarrassment.

Usage examples:

An embarrassing muddle
verb

Cause (someone) to feel awkward, self-conscious, or ashamed.

Usage examples:

She wouldn't embarrass either of them by making a scene

Embarrassingly

ɪmˈbær.ə.sɪŋ.li

Meanings of Embarrassingly:

adverb

In a manner or to a degree that causes self-consciousness, shame, or awkwardness.

Usage examples:

The lie was embarrassingly exposed last december

Embarrassment

ɪmˈbær.əs.mənt

Meanings of Embarrassment:

noun

A feeling of self-consciousness, shame, or awkwardness.

Usage examples:

I turned red with embarrassment

Embarrassments

ɪmˈbarəsmənt

Meanings of Embarrassments:

noun

A feeling of self-consciousness, shame, or awkwardness.

Usage examples:

I turned red with embarrassment

Meanings of Embassade:

noun

The business or function of an ambassador; a diplomatic mission.

Meanings of Embassador:

noun

A person formally commissioned (alone, or as one of a party) to convey a message from or to a monarch or other authority; especially a minister of high rank sent on a diplomatic or political mission by one monarch or state to another.

Meanings of Embassadress:

noun

A female ambassador.

Embassage

ˈɛmbəsɪdʒ

Meanings of Embassage:

noun

The business or message of an envoy.

Usage examples:

He listened to this late embassage

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