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Hq

eɪtʃˈkjuː

Meanings of Hq:

abbreviation

Headquarters.

Meanings of Hr:

abbreviation

Hour.

Usage examples:

A forty hr week

Meanings of Hrs:

abbreviation

Hours.

Usage examples:

Cook for 2 hrs
noun

Written abbreviation for hours: used when giving times or saying how long something will take

Usage examples:

Opening times are 0900-2300 hrs., orders will usually be shipped within 48 hrs.

Hs

ˈhasɪəm

Meanings of Hs:

noun

The eighth letter of the alphabet.

The chemical element hassium.

Meanings of Ht:

abbreviation

(electrical) high tension.

Usage examples:

Ht voltage

Meanings of Hts:

noun

Abbreviation for harmonized tariff schedule

Huarache

waˈrɑːtʃi

Meanings of Huarache:

noun

A leather-thonged sandal, originally worn by mexican indians.

Usage examples:

Items such as sarapes (serapes, or shawls) and huaraches, as well as other clothing symbolic of mex…

Hub

hʌb

Meanings of Hub:

noun

The central part of a wheel, rotating on or with the axle, and from which the spokes radiate.

Usage examples:

Remove your wheels, and wipe them down, since the dirt gets lodged in the little nooks and crannies…

Meanings of Hubba:

exclamation

Used to express approval, excitement, or enthusiasm, especially with regard to a person's appearance.

Usage examples:

He plays a guy who thinks he's don juan—the greatest seducer of all time. hubba hubba!

Hubbies

ˈhʌbi

Meanings of Hubbies:

noun

A humorous or affectionate way of referring to a person's husband.

Usage examples:

I popped into the butchers in my lunch break to buy some chops for hubby's dinner

Hubbub

ˈhʌbʌb

Meanings of Hubbub:

noun

A chaotic din caused by a crowd of people.

Usage examples:

A hubbub of laughter and shouting

Meanings of Hubbubs:

noun

A chaotic din caused by a crowd of people.

Usage examples:

A hubbub of laughter and shouting

Meanings of Hubby:

noun

A humorous or affectionate way of referring to a person's husband.

Usage examples:

I popped into the butchers in my lunch break to buy some chops for hubby's dinner

Hubcap

ˈhʌbkap

Meanings of Hubcap:

noun

A metal or plastic cover for the hub of a motor vehicle's wheel.

Usage examples:

There's wide variety of designs for the wheels including its wheel covers and hubcaps; each can fit…

Meanings of Hubcaps:

noun

A metal or plastic cover for the hub of a motor vehicle's wheel.

Usage examples:

There's wide variety of designs for the wheels including its wheel covers and hubcaps; each can fit…

Hubris

ˈhjuː.brɪs

Meanings of Hubris:

noun

Excessive pride or self-confidence.

Usage examples:

The self-assured hubris among economists was shaken in the late 1980s

Hubristic

hjuːˈbrɪs.tɪk

Meanings of Hubristic:

adjective

Excessively proud or self-confident.

Usage examples:

A hubristic belief in his own self-proclaimed genius

Meanings of Hubs:

noun

The central part of a wheel, rotating on or with the axle, and from which the spokes radiate.

Usage examples:

Remove your wheels, and wipe them down, since the dirt gets lodged in the little nooks and crannies…

Huchen

ˈhuːk(ə)n

Meanings of Huchen:

noun

A large, slender, non-migratory fish of the salmon family that lives only in the danube river system.

Usage examples:

At the latest count, some 110,000 tonnes of fish, including the rare danube sturgeon, the huchen, a…

Huck

hʌk

Meanings of Huck:

verb

Throw (something).

Usage examples:

People have been hucking trash into the trees

Huckaback

ˈhʌkəbak

Meanings of Huckaback:

noun

A strong linen or cotton fabric with a rough surface, used for towelling and glass cloths.

Usage examples:

People started to make rag or rough linen carpets in the plain cloth or huckaback techniques.

Huckleberries

ˈhʌk.əlˌber.i

Meanings of Huckleberries:

noun

A soft edible blue-black fruit resembling a currant.

Usage examples:

These include berries, especially huckleberries, fruits, nuts, bulbs, and tubers.

Huckleberry

ˈhʌk.əlˌber.i

Meanings of Huckleberry:

noun

A soft edible blue-black fruit resembling a currant.

Usage examples:

These include berries, especially huckleberries, fruits, nuts, bulbs, and tubers.

Meanings of Hucks:

verb

Throw (something).

Usage examples:

People have been hucking trash into the trees

Meanings of Huckster:

noun

A person who sells small items door-to-door or from a stall.

Usage examples:

A door-to-door huckster
verb

Bargain; haggle.

Usage examples:

They were clearly embarrassed at having to huckster for cash

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