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Hardstanding

ˈhɑːdstandɪŋ

Meanings of Hardstanding:

noun

Ground surfaced with a hard material for parking vehicles on.

Usage examples:

An area of hardstanding for a car

Meanings of Hardstands:

noun

A paved parking area, especially one designed for the use of aircraft or other heavy vehicles.

Meanings of Hardtack:

noun

Hard dry bread or biscuit, especially as rations for sailors or soldiers.

Hardtail

ˈhɑːdteɪl

Meanings of Hardtail:

noun

A bicycle or motorcycle that has suspension at the front but not at the rear.

Usage examples:

There are a few key skills that will allow you to ride a hardtail effectively

Hardtails

ˈhɑːdteɪl

Meanings of Hardtails:

noun

A bicycle or motorcycle that has suspension at the front but not at the rear.

Usage examples:

There are a few key skills that will allow you to ride a hardtail effectively

Hardtop

ˈhɑːd.tɒp

Meanings of Hardtop:

noun

A motor vehicle with a rigid roof which in some cases is detachable.

Usage examples:

In spite of innovative hatchback sedans, four-door hardtops, and four-door convertibles, kf sales p…

Meanings of Hardtops:

noun

A motor vehicle with a rigid roof which in some cases is detachable.

Usage examples:

In spite of innovative hatchback sedans, four-door hardtops, and four-door convertibles, kf sales p…

Hardware

ˈhɑːd.weər

Meanings of Hardware:

noun

Tools, machinery, and other durable equipment.

Usage examples:

High-tech military hardware

Meanings of Hardwareman:

noun

A maker of or dealer in hardware.

Meanings of Hardway:

noun

A foreshore, a landing place; = sense b. 3.

Meanings of Hardwired:

verb

Make (a function) a permanent feature in a computer by means of permanently connected circuits, so that it cannot be altered by software.

Usage examples:

The rate at which the supply of bitcoins grows is hardwired into the system
adjective

A computer or electronic device that is hardwired is built to work in a particular way and you cannot change the way it performs with new software, etc.

Usage examples:

Humans are hardwired to love fattening foods.

Hardwood

ˈhɑːd.wʊd

Meanings of Hardwood:

noun

The wood from a broadleaved tree (such as oak, ash, or beech) as distinguished from that of conifers.

Usage examples:

All hardwood should be treated with stain preservative

Hardwoods

ˈhɑːd.wʊd

Meanings of Hardwoods:

noun

The wood from a broadleaved tree (such as oak, ash, or beech) as distinguished from that of conifers.

Usage examples:

All hardwood should be treated with stain preservative

Hardworking

ˌhɑːdˈwəːkɪŋ

Meanings of Hardworking:

adjective

(of a person) tending to work with energy and commitment; diligent.

Usage examples:

An efficient, hard-working, and trusted administrator

Meanings of Hardy:

adjective

Capable of enduring difficult conditions; robust.

Usage examples:

A hardy breed of cattle

Meanings of Hardyhead:

noun

Any of various small silvery fishes of the family atherinidae; especially the marine fish atherinomorus lacunosus of the indo-pacific, and freshwater fishes of the genus craterocephalus, which are endemic to australia and new guinea.

Hare

hɛː

Meanings of Hare:

noun

A fast-running, long-eared mammal that resembles a large rabbit, having very long hind legs and typically found in grassland or open woodland.

Usage examples:

European game animals include various deer, wild boar, hare, and rabbit.
verb

Run with great speed.

Usage examples:

He hared off between the trees

Meanings of Harebell:

noun

A widely distributed bellflower with slender stems and pale blue flowers in late summer.

Usage examples:

Purple gentians and orchids, blue scabious and harebells, orange hawkweeds, and cream and pink yarr…

Harebells

ˈheə.bel

Meanings of Harebells:

noun

A widely distributed bellflower with slender stems and pale blue flowers in late summer.

Usage examples:

Purple gentians and orchids, blue scabious and harebells, orange hawkweeds, and cream and pink yarr…

Harebrained

ˈheə.breɪnd

Meanings of Harebrained:

adjective

Rash; ill-judged.

Usage examples:

A hare-brained scheme

Meanings of Hared:

verb

Run with great speed.

Usage examples:

He hared off between the trees
noun

A fast-running, long-eared mammal that resembles a large rabbit, having very long hind legs and typically found in grassland or open woodland.

Usage examples:

European game animals include various deer, wild boar, hare, and rabbit.

Harelip

ˌheəˈlɪp

Meanings of Harelip:

noun

Another term for cleft lip.

Meanings of Harelipped:

adjective

Having a cleft lip.

Meanings of Harelips:

noun

Another term for cleft lip.

Harem

ˈhɑː.riːm

Meanings of Harem:

noun

(in former times) the separate part of a muslim household reserved for wives, concubines, and female servants.

Usage examples:

We were invited into the harem in the rear of the house

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