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Meanings of Appetit:

exclamation

A phrase, originally from french, meaning "good appetite", said to someone who is about to eat, meaning "i hope you enjoy your food"

Meanings of Appetite:

noun

A natural desire to satisfy a bodily need, especially for food.

Usage examples:

He has a healthy appetite

Meanings of Appetites:

noun

A natural desire to satisfy a bodily need, especially for food.

Usage examples:

He has a healthy appetite

Meanings of Appetitive:

adjective

Characterized by a natural desire to satisfy bodily needs.

Usage examples:

The appetitive behaviour of animals

Meanings of Appetizer:

noun

A small dish of food or a drink taken before a meal or the main course of a meal to stimulate one's appetite.

Usage examples:

The meal started off with an assortment of appetizers including mini egg rolls and fried mozzarella

Meanings of Appetizers:

noun

A small dish of food or a drink taken before a meal or the main course of a meal to stimulate one's appetite.

Usage examples:

The meal started off with an assortment of appetizers including mini egg rolls and fried mozzarella

Meanings of Appetizing:

adjective

Stimulating one's appetite.

Usage examples:

The appetizing aroma of sizzling bacon

Meanings of Appetizingly:

adverb

In a way that makes you want to eat

Usage examples:

They serve an appetisingly spicy stew of chillies, ginger, and fish., my burger looked grey instead…

Meanings of Applaud:

verb

Show approval or praise by clapping.

Usage examples:

The crowd whistled and applauded

Clap one's hands or shout to indicate approval

Meanings of Applaudable:

adjective

(of an action, idea, or aim) deserving praise and commendation.

Usage examples:

The efforts by the students were applaudable

Meanings of Applauded:

verb

Show approval or praise by clapping.

Usage examples:

The crowd whistled and applauded

Meanings of Applauding:

verb

Show approval or praise by clapping.

Usage examples:

The crowd whistled and applauded

Meanings of Applauds:

verb

Show approval or praise by clapping.

Usage examples:

The crowd whistled and applauded

Meanings of Applause:

noun

Approval or praise expressed by clapping.

Usage examples:

They gave him a round of applause

Meanings of Apple:

noun

The round fruit of a tree of the rose family, which typically has thin green or red skin and crisp flesh.

Usage examples:

It could be something specific, victoria plum skins or green apples.
adjective

A tree widely cultivated for its firm rounded edible fruits

Meanings of Apple of one’s eye:

idiom

The person who someone loves most and is very proud of

Usage examples:

His youngest daughter was the apple of his eye.

Meanings of Apple of someone’s eye:

idiom

The person who someone loves most and is very proud of

Usage examples:

His youngest daughter was the apple of his eye.

Meanings of Applecart:

noun

To cause trouble or spoil something

Usage examples:

The state-run media is hardly likely to upset the applecart and criticize the government., he is no…

Meanings of Appled:

adjective

Resembling or characteristic of an apple or apples.

Meanings of Applejack:

noun

An alcoholic drink distilled from fermented cider.

Usage examples:

He was a little nervous, but after a moment's hesitation he swung into action and, using twice as m…

Meanings of Appleringie:

noun

The aromatic herb southernwood, artemisia abrotanum (family asteraceae (compositae)).

Meanings of Apples:

noun

The round fruit of a tree of the rose family, which typically has thin green or red skin and crisp flesh.

Usage examples:

It could be something specific, victoria plum skins or green apples.

Meanings of Apples and oranges:

phrase

Used with reference to two things that are fundamentally different and therefore not suited to comparison.

Usage examples:

Unless you also drove a corolla on the same roads as the a8, you're comparing apples and oranges
idiom

Used to say that two things are completely different and it is not sensible to compare them

Usage examples:

The ratio of exports to gdp is very misleading. it compares apples and oranges., you're comparing a…

Meanings of Applesauce:

noun

A puree of stewed apples, typically sweetened.

Meanings of Applewood:

noun

The timber of the apple tree.

Usage examples:

There are 34 full-color photographs of beautiful gages made of ebony, rosewood, boxwood, mahogany, …

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