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Funfairs

ˈfʌn.feər

Meanings of Funfairs:

noun

A fair consisting of rides, sideshows, and other amusements.

Usage examples:

A travelling funfair set up every year

Meanings of Funfest:

noun

An event which provides fun for attendees; (hence) something characterized, sometimes ironically, as being full of fun.

Fungal

ˈfʌŋ.ɡəl

Meanings of Fungal:

adjective

Of or caused by a fungus or fungi.

Usage examples:

Fungal diseases such as mildew

Meanings of Fungate:

verb

To form a fungoid growth or growths, especially on the skin or other surface of the body; to undergo fungation.

Meanings of Fungation:

noun

The development of a fungoid growth or growths. also (as a count noun): a fungoid growth.

Fungi

ˈfʌŋɡəs

Meanings of Fungi:

noun

Any of a group of spore-producing organisms feeding on organic matter, including moulds, yeast, mushrooms, and toadstools.

Usage examples:

Truffles are fungi but not mushrooms

Plural of fungus

Fungibility

ˈfʌn.dʒ.ə.bəl

Meanings of Fungibility:

adjective

Fungible goods are easy to exchange for others of the same type and value

Usage examples:

Technological advances have given gas the potential to be a fungible global commodity like oil., fu…

Fungibles

ˈfʌn.dʒ.ə.bəl

Meanings of Fungibles:

adjective

Fungible goods are easy to exchange for others of the same type and value

Usage examples:

Technological advances have given gas the potential to be a fungible global commodity like oil., fu…

Meanings of Fungic:

adjective

Of or relating to fungi; = "fungal". also (chiefly in non-technical use): of or relating to (edible) mushrooms.

Fungicide

ˈfʌŋ.ɡɪ.saɪd

Meanings of Fungicide:

noun

A chemical that destroys fungus.

Usage examples:

Many orchards no longer use fungicides

Fungicides

ˈfʌŋ.ɡɪ.saɪd

Meanings of Fungicides:

noun

A chemical that destroys fungus.

Usage examples:

Many orchards no longer use fungicides

Meanings of Fungiferous:

adjective

Bearing or producing fungi; (loosely) fungal.

Fungiform

ˈfʌŋ(d)ʒɪfɔːm

Meanings of Fungiform:

adjective

Having the shape of or resembling a fungus or mushroom.

Usage examples:

Lamellae within the inner exocuticle are tangential to the cuticular surface but become undulose be…

Meanings of Fungilliform:

adjective

Shaped like a small mushroom or fungus, especially in having a rounded, convex extremity.

Meanings of Fungin:

noun

An insoluble nitrogenous polysaccharide which is a major constituent of the cell walls of fungi (later identified as chitin).

Fungistatic

ˌfʌn(d)ʒɪˈstatɪk

Meanings of Fungistatic:

adjective

Inhibiting the growth of fungi.

Usage examples:

Fungicides have fungicidal activity, that actually kills the fungus, or fungistatic activity, that …

Meanings of Fungite:

noun

A coral or fossil coral with a skeleton thought to resemble a mushroom.

Meanings of Fungitoxic:

adjective

Poisonous or injurious to fungi.

Meanings of Fungitoxicity:

noun

Toxicity to fungi; the property or fact of being fungitoxic.

Fungivorous

fʌŋˈdʒɪv(ə)rəs

Meanings of Fungivorous:

adjective

Feeding on fungi or mushrooms.

Usage examples:

A fungivorous arthropod such as a millipede

Fungo

ˈfʌŋ.ɡəʊ

Meanings of Fungo:

noun

A fly ball hit for practice.

Usage examples:

If that is working on your hitting, than pedroia taking fungoes before the game is working on your …

Fungoes

ˈfʌŋ.ɡəʊ

Meanings of Fungoes:

noun

A fly ball hit for practice.

Usage examples:

If that is working on your hitting, than pedroia taking fungoes before the game is working on your …

Fungoid

ˈfʌŋ.ɡɔɪd

Meanings of Fungoid:

adjective

Of or caused by a fungus or fungi.

Usage examples:

She suffered from a fungoid disease of her feet
noun

A fungus or a growth resembling a fungus.

Usage examples:

Fungins, much like their larger cousins, fungoids, thrive in dark and moist environments.

Meanings of Fungoidal:

adjective

Fungoid.

Meanings of Fungoids:

noun

A fungus or a growth resembling a fungus.

Usage examples:

Fungins, much like their larger cousins, fungoids, thrive in dark and moist environments.
adjective

Of or caused by a fungus or fungi.

Usage examples:

She suffered from a fungoid disease of her feet

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