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Kevel

ˈkɛv(ə)l

Meanings of Kevel:

noun

A large cleat fitted to the gunwale of a ship and used for securing ropes.

Meanings of Kevels:

noun

A large cleat fitted to the gunwale of a ship and used for securing ropes.

Kewpie

ˈkjuːpi

Meanings of Kewpie:

noun

A type of doll characterized by a large head, big eyes, chubby cheeks, and a curl or topknot on top of its head.

Usage examples:

If you can make it all the way through, i will mail you a kewpie doll.

Kex

keks

Meanings of Kex:

noun

Trousers

Usage examples:

How do they walk in those skintight kecks?, he hasn't had a shave or changed his kecks in days.

Meanings of Key:

noun

A small piece of shaped metal with incisions cut to fit the wards of a particular lock, which is inserted into a lock and turned to open or close it.

Usage examples:

There were two keys to the cupboard
adjective

Of crucial importance.

Usage examples:

She became a key figure in the suffragette movement
verb

Enter or operate on (data) by means of a computer keyboard or telephone keypad.

Usage examples:

Not everyone can key data quickly and accurately

Meanings of Key-in:

phrase

In tune; with correct pitch.

Usage examples:

She can actually sing in key
phrasal verb

To enter information into a computer or other device using a keyboard or buttons

Usage examples:

It will take about two hours to key in all this data.

Meanings of Key-player:

noun

An important person, company, etc. in a particular area of activity

Usage examples:

Key player in sth robin is changing jobs but he will remain one of the key players in our managemen…

Meanings of Keyaki:

noun

A deciduous tree, zelkova serrata (family ulmaceae), native to japan and other parts of eastern asia, commonly planted as a shade tree and formerly for timber.

Keyboard

ˈkiː.bɔːd

Meanings of Keyboard:

noun

A panel of keys that operate a computer or typewriter.

Usage examples:

Input devices may consist of computer mice, keyboards, pixels of one or more video cameras, wearabl…
verb

Enter (data) by means of a keyboard.

Usage examples:

Entries would be keyboarded

Meanings of Keyboarding:

verb

Enter (data) by means of a keyboard.

Usage examples:

Entries would be keyboarded
noun

A panel of keys that operate a computer or typewriter.

Usage examples:

Input devices may consist of computer mice, keyboards, pixels of one or more video cameras, wearabl…

Meanings of Keyboards:

noun

A panel of keys that operate a computer or typewriter.

Usage examples:

Input devices may consist of computer mice, keyboards, pixels of one or more video cameras, wearabl…
verb

Enter (data) by means of a keyboard.

Usage examples:

Entries would be keyboarded

Keyed

kiː

Meanings of Keyed:

adjective

(of a locking mechanism or switch) operated by a key.

Usage examples:

Keyed locks for windows
verb

Enter or operate on (data) by means of a computer keyboard or telephone keypad.

Usage examples:

Not everyone can key data quickly and accurately
noun

A piece of metal cut into a special shape to fit into a lock where it can be turned to open something, such as a door, or to start something, such as a car engine

Usage examples:

I put the key into the ignition., piano keys, press the shift key to write in capital letters., rev…

Meanings of Keyed-up:

adjective

Excited or nervous

Usage examples:

She was too keyed up to sleep.

Meanings of Keyhole:

noun

A hole in a lock into which the key is inserted.

Usage examples:

Selecting one, he inserted it into the keyhole and turned.

Keyholes

ˈkiː.həʊl

Meanings of Keyholes:

noun

A hole in a lock into which the key is inserted.

Usage examples:

Selecting one, he inserted it into the keyhole and turned.

Keying

kiː

Meanings of Keying:

verb

Enter or operate on (data) by means of a computer keyboard or telephone keypad.

Usage examples:

Not everyone can key data quickly and accurately
noun

A small piece of shaped metal with incisions cut to fit the wards of a particular lock, which is inserted into a lock and turned to open or close it.

Usage examples:

There were two keys to the cupboard
adjective

Of crucial importance.

Usage examples:

She became a key figure in the suffragette movement

Meanings of Keylet:

noun

A small key.

Keynesian

ˈkeɪn.zi.ən

Meanings of Keynesian:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the economic theories of john maynard keynes.

Usage examples:

Keynesian policies
noun

An advocate of the economic theories of john maynard keynes.

Usage examples:

Radical keynesians

Keynesianism

ˈkeɪn.zi.ən

Meanings of Keynesianism:

noun

The economic theory or practice based on the ideas of the english economist john maynard keynes.

Usage examples:

A return to keynesianism
adjective

Relating to the economic principles of john maynard keynes, especially the importance of having government programmes to encourage employment and spending

Usage examples:

Keynesian economics, past governments had followed an orthodox keynesian approach and had borrowed …

Keynoter

ˈkiːnəʊtər

Meanings of Keynoter:

noun

→  keynote speaker

Meanings of Keynoters:

noun

→  keynote speaker

Keynotes

ˈkiː.nəʊt

Meanings of Keynotes:

noun

A prevailing tone or central theme.

Usage examples:

Individuality is the keynote of the nineties

Meanings of Keynoting:

noun

The action of setting or expressing a prevailing tone or essential idea. now usually: the action of delivering a keynote speech at a conference, political meeting, etc.

Keypad

ˈkiːpad

Meanings of Keypad:

noun

A miniature keyboard or set of buttons for operating a portable electronic device, telephone, or other equipment.

Usage examples:

Changeable cell phone covers and face plates to suit your mood, the latest holograms, flashing keyp…

Keypads

ˈkiː.pæd

Meanings of Keypads:

noun

A miniature keyboard or set of buttons for operating a portable electronic device, telephone, or other equipment.

Usage examples:

Changeable cell phone covers and face plates to suit your mood, the latest holograms, flashing keyp…

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