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Meanings of Bastions:

noun

A projecting part of a fortification built at an angle to the line of a wall, so as to allow defensive fire in several directions.

Usage examples:

A large area was enclosed by a defensive wall with bastions and monumental gates, and the natural s…

Meanings of Bastite:

noun

A variety of lizardite (serpentine), typically with a silky lustre, which is pseudomorphous after pyroxene or another mineral.

Meanings of Bastnaesite:

noun

A yellow to brown mineral consisting of a fluoride and carbonate of cerium and other rare earth metals.

Usage examples:

A sample from andakatany labeled ‘bastnaesite,’ turned out to be bastnasite- (ce).

Meanings of Bastnasite:

noun

A yellow to brown mineral consisting of a fluoride and carbonate of cerium and other rare earth metals.

Meanings of Basto:

noun

In ombre and quadrille: the ace of clubs, being the third highest trump.

Meanings of Baston:

noun

With reference to such a staff having symbolic significance or used as sign of office or authority. a warden, gaoler, or other prison officer; (sometimes) specifically with reference to the warden of the fleet prison or his officers. compare "tipstaff". chiefly historical after 17th century.

Meanings of Bastonite:

noun

A variety of mica occurring as large greenish-brown plates, close to hydrobiotite in composition.

Meanings of Bat:

noun

An implement with a handle and a solid surface, typically of wood, used for hitting the ball in games such as cricket, baseball, and table tennis.

Usage examples:

A cricket bat
verb

(of a sports team or player) take the role of hitting rather than throwing the ball.

Usage examples:

Australia reached 263 for 4 after choosing to bat

Meanings of Batak:

noun

A member of a people of the northern part of sumatra.

Usage examples:

The 216 million people comprise 365 ethnic and tribal groups, the principle ones being the acehnese…
adjective

Relating to the batak or their language.

Usage examples:

‘we should first love our culture and show our hospitality to others, as hospitality and politeness…

Meanings of Batata:

noun

(in the southern caribbean) sweet potato.

Usage examples:

Confusingly, the spanish for the sweet potato is batata and the italian patata.

Meanings of Batavian:

adjective

Relating to the batavians.

Usage examples:

He was a batavian nobleman of equestrian status, which meant that his family had amassed a fortune …
noun

A member of the ancient germanic people who inhabited the island of betuwe between the rhine and the waal (now part of the netherlands).

Usage examples:

The western portion was inhabited by the batavians and became part of a roman province; the eastern…

Meanings of Batch:

noun

A quantity or consignment of goods produced at one time.

Usage examples:

A batch of bread
verb

Arrange (things) in sets or groups.

Usage examples:

I had nothing to do but batch the reports

Meanings of Batched:

verb

Arrange (things) in sets or groups.

Usage examples:

I had nothing to do but batch the reports
noun

A quantity or consignment of goods produced at one time.

Usage examples:

a batch of bread

Meanings of Batches:

noun

A quantity or consignment of goods produced at one time.

Usage examples:

A batch of bread
verb

Arrange (things) in sets or groups.

Usage examples:

I had nothing to do but batch the reports

Meanings of Batching:

verb

Arrange (things) in sets or groups.

Usage examples:

I had nothing to do but batch the reports
noun

A quantity or consignment of goods produced at one time.

Usage examples:

a batch of bread

Meanings of Bate:

noun

An angry mood.

Usage examples:

He got into a stinking bate
verb

(of a hawk) beat the wings in agitation and flutter off the perch.

Usage examples:

The hawks bated and immediately the breeze got in their feathers

Meanings of Bateau:

noun

A light flat-bottomed riverboat used in canada.

Usage examples:

In addition to revealing the lives of black schooner and lightermen, cecelski discusses canal build…

Meanings of Bateaux:

noun

A light flat-bottomed riverboat used in canada.

Usage examples:

In addition to revealing the lives of black schooner and lightermen, cecelski discusses canal build…

Meanings of Bated:

verb

(of a hawk) beat the wings in agitation and flutter off the perch.

Usage examples:

The hawks bated and immediately the breeze got in their feathers

Meanings of Bateleur:

noun

A short-tailed african eagle with mainly black plumage and a bare red face.

Usage examples:

There are also plenty of birds, including the impressive bateleur eagle and ground hornbills.

Meanings of Bates:

verb

(of a hawk) beat the wings in agitation and flutter off the perch.

Usage examples:

The hawks bated and immediately the breeze got in their feathers
noun

An angry mood.

Usage examples:

He got into a stinking bate

Meanings of Batete:

noun

An angry mood.

Usage examples:

He got into a stinking bate
verb

(of a hawk) beat the wings in agitation and flutter off the perch.

Usage examples:

The hawks bated and immediately the breeze got in their feathers

Meanings of Batfish:

noun

A fish of tropical and temperate seas with a flattened body that is round or almost triangular when viewed from above.

Usage examples:

We saw crabs, eels, batfish, unicornfish, pufferfish, boxfish, lionfish, squirrelfish, racoonfish, …

Meanings of Batfishes:

noun

A fish of tropical and temperate seas with a flattened body that is round or almost triangular when viewed from above.

Usage examples:

We saw crabs, eels, batfish, unicornfish, pufferfish, boxfish, lionfish, squirrelfish, racoonfish, …

Meanings of Bath:

noun

A large container for water, used for immersing and washing the body.

Usage examples:

The bedrooms have their own bath and shower
verb

Wash (someone) while immersing them in a bath.

Usage examples:

How to bath a baby
proper noun

A city in south-western england; population 81,600 (est. 2009). bath was founded by the romans, who called it aquae sulis, and was a fashionable spa in the 18th and early 19th centuries.

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