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Servos

ˈsɜː.vəʊˌmek.ə.nɪ.zəm

Meanings of Servos:

noun

Short for servomechanism or servomotor.

Usage examples:

The servos should faithfully follow the input commands

Meanings of Servus:

exclamation

Used in austria and bavaria as a greeting or farewell, or to invite the person addressed to place an order (as for food or drink).

Sesame

ˈses.ə.mi

Meanings of Sesame:

noun

A tall annual herbaceous plant of tropical and subtropical areas of the old world, cultivated for its oil-rich seeds.

Usage examples:

Maize and sesame are common in the irrigated farms along the wabe sha ile river.

Sesames

ˌəʊ.pən ˈses.ə.mi

Meanings of Sesames:

noun

Something that makes it very easy to achieve a particular thing

Usage examples:

A science degree can be an open sesame to a job in almost any field.

Sesamoid

ˈses.ə.mɔɪd

Meanings of Sesamoid:

noun

A small independent bone or bony nodule developed in a tendon where it passes over an angular structure, typically in the hands and feet. the kneecap is a particularly large sesamoid bone.

Usage examples:

Plain radiographs may reveal the type of injury by the position of the sesamoids.
adjective

Relating to any of the sesamoid bones (= a bone inside a tendon)

Usage examples:

A sesamoid bone

Meanings of Sesamoids:

noun

A small independent bone or bony nodule developed in a tendon where it passes over an angular structure, typically in the hands and feet. the kneecap is a particularly large sesamoid bone.

Usage examples:

Plain radiographs may reveal the type of injury by the position of the sesamoids.
adjective

Relating to any of the sesamoid bones (= a bone inside a tendon)

Usage examples:

A sesamoid bone

Sesamum

ˈsɛsəməm

Meanings of Sesamum:

noun

Another term for sesame.

Meanings of Sesh:

noun

A period of time spent doing a lot of an enjoyable activity, for example spending time with friends, watching television, or drinking alcohol

Usage examples:

You and me need a big catch-up sesh over coffee!, i'm just having a couple of beers. i'm not gettin…

Meanings of Sesqui:

Denoting one and a half.

Usage examples:

Sesquicentenary

Meanings of Sesquialter:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a ratio of 3:2, as in an interval of a fifth.

Sesquialtera

ˌsɛskwɪˈalt(ə)rə

Meanings of Sesquialtera:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a ratio of 3:2, as in an interval of a fifth.

Meanings of Sesquialteral:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a ratio of 3:2, as in an interval of a fifth.

Meanings of Sesquialteran:

adjective

Relating to or denoting a ratio of 3:2, as in an interval of a fifth.

Meanings of Sesquicentenary:

noun

The one-hundred-and-fiftieth anniversary of a significant event.

Usage examples:

The year in which both celebrate their sesquicentenaries
adjective

Relating to a sesquicentenary.

Usage examples:

Part of the society's sesquicentenary celebrations

Sesquicentennial

ˌsɛskwɪsɛnˈtɛnɪəl

Meanings of Sesquicentennial:

adjective

Relating to a sesquicentenary.

Usage examples:

As the town's sesquicentennial celebrations get under way
noun

A sesquicentenary.

Usage examples:

The texas sesquicentennial was just two years away

Sesquicentennials

ˌsɛskwɪsɛnˈtɛnɪəl

Meanings of Sesquicentennials:

noun

A sesquicentenary.

Usage examples:

The texas sesquicentennial was just two years away
adjective

Relating to a sesquicentenary.

Usage examples:

As the town's sesquicentennial celebrations get under way

Meanings of Sesquioxide:

noun

An oxide in which oxygen is present in the ratio of three atoms to two of another element.

Usage examples:

An e horizon, which usually underlies an o, h, or a horizon, is an ‘eluvial’ horizon, having lost c…

Sesquipedalian

ˌsɛskwɪpɪˈdeɪlɪən

Meanings of Sesquipedalian:

adjective

(of a word) polysyllabic; long.

Usage examples:

Sesquipedalian surnames

Meanings of Sesquipedalianism:

adjective

(of a word) polysyllabic; long.

Usage examples:

Sesquipedalian surnames

Meanings of Sesquiterpene:

noun

A terpene with the formula c15h24, or a simple derivative of such a compound.

Sess

sɛs

Meanings of Sess:

noun

(in scotland, ireland, and india) a tax or levy.

Usage examples:

Mandated by common minimum programme, the budget proposes a levy of two per cent cess on income tax…

Sessile

ˈses.aɪl

Meanings of Sessile:

adjective

(of an organism, e.g. a barnacle) fixed in one place; immobile.

Usage examples:

Parrotfish inadvertently graze upon sessile invertebrates when cropping algae

Meanings of Session:

noun

A meeting of an official body, especially a legislature, council, or court of law, to conduct its business.

Usage examples:

The governor called this week's special session to reconsider the decision

Meanings of Sessions:

noun

A meeting of an official body, especially a legislature, council, or court of law, to conduct its business.

Usage examples:

The governor called this week's special session to reconsider the decision

Sesterce

ˈsɛstəːs

Meanings of Sesterce:

noun

An ancient roman coin and monetary unit equal to one quarter of a denarius.

Usage examples:

There was, of course, one more thing that may be worth a few sesterces, but i would not part with t…

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