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Meanings of Enosis:

noun

The political union of cyprus and greece, as an aim or ideal of certain greeks and cypriots.

Usage examples:

Cyprus's greek community has long desired enosis, political union of cyprus with greece, for a long…

Meanings of Enough:

determiner

As much or as many as required.

Usage examples:

There's too much work and not enough people to do it
pronoun

As much or as many of something as required.

Usage examples:

You need to get enough of the right things to eat
adverb

To the required degree or extent (used after an adjective, adverb, or verb).

Usage examples:

At the time, he wasn't old enough to vote
adjective

As much as is necessary; in the amount or to the degree needed

Usage examples:

Do we have enough lettuce for a salad?, he had just enough time to make his train., [ + to infiniti…

Enounce

ɪˈnaʊns

Meanings of Enounce:

verb

Utter or pronounce (words).

Usage examples:

Hers was the only voice able to enounce words that reached his ears

Enounced

ɪˈnaʊns

Meanings of Enounced:

verb

Utter or pronounce (words).

Usage examples:

Hers was the only voice able to enounce words that reached his ears

Enounces

ɪˈnaʊns

Meanings of Enounces:

verb

Utter or pronounce (words).

Usage examples:

Hers was the only voice able to enounce words that reached his ears

Meanings of Enouncing:

verb

Utter or pronounce (words).

Usage examples:

Hers was the only voice able to enounce words that reached his ears

Meanings of Enplane:

verb

Go or put on board an aircraft.

Usage examples:

Some travellers spend the night before emplaning the next day for new york

Enplaned

ɪmˈpleɪn

Meanings of Enplaned:

verb

Go or put on board an aircraft.

Usage examples:

Some travellers spend the night before emplaning the next day for new york

Enplanes

ɪmˈpleɪn

Meanings of Enplanes:

verb

Go or put on board an aircraft.

Usage examples:

Some travellers spend the night before emplaning the next day for new york

Enplaning

ɪmˈpleɪn

Meanings of Enplaning:

verb

Go or put on board an aircraft.

Usage examples:

Some travellers spend the night before emplaning the next day for new york

Enqueue

ɪnˈkjuː

Meanings of Enqueue:

verb

Add (an item of data awaiting processing) to a queue of such items.

Usage examples:

The system is built with an ability to enqueue requests

Enqueued

ɪnˈkjuː

Meanings of Enqueued:

verb

Add (an item of data awaiting processing) to a queue of such items.

Usage examples:

The system is built with an ability to enqueue requests

Enqueues

ɪnˈkjuː

Meanings of Enqueues:

verb

Add (an item of data awaiting processing) to a queue of such items.

Usage examples:

The system is built with an ability to enqueue requests

Meanings of Enquire:

verb

Ask for information from someone.

Usage examples:

He inquired about cottages for sale

Enquired

ɪnˈkwaɪər

Meanings of Enquired:

verb

Ask for information from someone.

Usage examples:

He inquired about cottages for sale

Meanings of Enquirer:

noun

A person who asks for information about something

Usage examples:

The company's head office in london can direct inquirers to their nearest outlet.

Enquires

ɪnˈkwaɪər

Meanings of Enquires:

verb

Ask for information from someone.

Usage examples:

He inquired about cottages for sale

Enquiries

ɪnˈkwaɪə.ri

Meanings of Enquiries:

noun

An act of asking for information.

Usage examples:

The police were making inquiries in all the neighbouring pubs

Enquiring

ɪnˈkwaɪər

Meanings of Enquiring:

verb

Ask for information from someone.

Usage examples:

He inquired about cottages for sale
adjective

Showing an interest in learning new things.

Usage examples:

An open, inquiring mind

Enquiry

ɪnˈkwʌɪri

Meanings of Enquiry:

noun

An act of asking for information.

Usage examples:

The police were making inquiries in all the neighbouring pubs

An instance of questioning

Enrage

ɪnˈreɪdʒ

Meanings of Enrage:

verb

Make (someone) very angry.

Usage examples:

The students were enraged at these new rules

Enrages

ɪnˈreɪdʒ

Meanings of Enrages:

verb

Make (someone) very angry.

Usage examples:

The students were enraged at these new rules

Enraging

ɪnˈreɪdʒ

Meanings of Enraging:

verb

Make (someone) very angry.

Usage examples:

The students were enraged at these new rules

Enrapt

ɪnˈrapt

Meanings of Enrapt:

adjective

Fascinated; enthralled.

Usage examples:

The enrapt audience

Enrapture

ɪnˈræp.tʃər

Meanings of Enrapture:

verb

Give intense pleasure or joy to.

Usage examples:

Ruth was enraptured by the sleeping child

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