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Spallation

spɔːˈleɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Spallation:

noun

The break-up of a bombarded nucleus into several parts.

Spalled

spɔːl

Meanings of Spalled:

verb

Break (ore, rock, or stone) into smaller pieces, especially in preparation for sorting.

Usage examples:

The ore was spalled by young women seated at anvils
noun

A splinter or chip, especially of rock.

Usage examples:

Any cracks, chips, holes, dips or spalls should be repaired in order to achieve a flat surface.

Spalling

spɔːl

Meanings of Spalling:

verb

Break (ore, rock, or stone) into smaller pieces, especially in preparation for sorting.

Usage examples:

The ore was spalled by young women seated at anvils
noun

A splinter or chip, especially of rock.

Usage examples:

Any cracks, chips, holes, dips or spalls should be repaired in order to achieve a flat surface.

Spalls

spɔːl

Meanings of Spalls:

verb

Break (ore, rock, or stone) into smaller pieces, especially in preparation for sorting.

Usage examples:

The ore was spalled by young women seated at anvils
noun

A splinter or chip, especially of rock.

Usage examples:

Any cracks, chips, holes, dips or spalls should be repaired in order to achieve a flat surface.

Meanings of Spalpeen:

noun

A rascal.

Usage examples:

The two spalpeens laughed and dodged through traffic to the opposite side of the narrow street.

Meanings of Spam:

noun

Irrelevant or unsolicited messages sent over the internet, typically to a large number of users, for the purposes of advertising, phishing, spreading malware, etc.

Usage examples:

E-mail and newsgroup spam are annoying, but at least they file neatly into your e-mail or newsgroup…
verb

Send the same message indiscriminately to (a large number of internet users).

Usage examples:

Experts at sophos have warned users to be wary of unsolicited emails claiming to contain photograph…

Meanings of Spammed:

verb

Send the same message indiscriminately to (a large number of internet users).

Usage examples:

Experts at sophos have warned users to be wary of unsolicited emails claiming to contain photograph…
noun

Irrelevant or unsolicited messages sent over the internet, typically to a large number of users, for the purposes of advertising, phishing, spreading malware, etc.

Usage examples:

E-mail and newsgroup spam are annoying, but at least they file neatly into your e-mail or newsgroup…

Past simple and past participle of spam

Spamming

ˈspæmɪŋ

Meanings of Spamming:

verb

Send the same message indiscriminately to (a large number of internet users).

Usage examples:

Experts at sophos have warned users to be wary of unsolicited emails claiming to contain photograph…
noun

Irrelevant or unsolicited messages sent over the internet, typically to a large number of users, for the purposes of advertising, phishing, spreading malware, etc.

Usage examples:

E-mail and newsgroup spam are annoying, but at least they file neatly into your e-mail or newsgroup…

Span

spɪn

Meanings of Span:

noun

The full extent of something from end to end; the amount of space that something covers.

Usage examples:

A warehouse with a clear span of 28 feet
verb

(of a bridge, arch, etc.) extend from side to side of.

Usage examples:

The stream was spanned by a narrow bridge
adjective

See spick and span.

Meanings of Span-of-control:

noun

The number of employees or ranks of employees for which a manager is responsible

Usage examples:

Firms can improve the span of control by shifting more attention towards outsourcing., a vertical/h…

Spandex

ˈspæn.deks

Meanings of Spandex:

noun

A type of stretchy polyurethane fabric.

Usage examples:

Gold spandex leggings

Spandrel

ˈspandrɪl

Meanings of Spandrel:

noun

The almost triangular space between one side of the outer curve of an arch, a wall, and the ceiling or framework.

Usage examples:

Relief panels containing scenes from the childhood of christ filled the triangular spandrels betwee…

Meanings of Spandrels:

noun

The almost triangular space between one side of the outer curve of an arch, a wall, and the ceiling or framework.

Usage examples:

Relief panels containing scenes from the childhood of christ filled the triangular spandrels betwee…

Spang

spaŋ

Meanings of Spang:

adverb

Directly; completely.

Usage examples:

Looking the general right spang in the eye

Spangle

ˈspaŋɡ(ə)l

Meanings of Spangle:

noun

A small thin piece of glittering material, typically sewn as one of many on clothing for decoration; a sequin.

Usage examples:

We were dressed for the show in leotards covered with silver spangles
verb

Cover with spangles or other small sparkling objects or lights.

Usage examples:

Stars spangled the moonless sky

Spangled

ˈspæŋ.ɡəld

Meanings of Spangled:

adjective

Covered with spangles or other small sparkling objects or lights.

Usage examples:

She arrived alone wearing a red spangled dress
verb

Cover with spangles or other small sparkling objects or lights.

Usage examples:

Stars spangled the moonless sky

Meanings of Spangling:

verb

Cover with spangles or other small sparkling objects or lights.

Usage examples:

Stars spangled the moonless sky
noun

A small thin piece of glittering material, typically sewn as one of many on clothing for decoration; a sequin.

Usage examples:

We were dressed for the show in leotards covered with silver spangles

Meanings of Spaniard:

noun

A native or inhabitant of spain, or a person of spanish descent.

Usage examples:

Ecuador's 11 million people are descended from spaniards, indians, africans, and other europeans.

Spaniards

ˈspæn.jəd

Meanings of Spaniards:

noun

A native or inhabitant of spain, or a person of spanish descent.

Usage examples:

Ecuador's 11 million people are descended from spaniards, indians, africans, and other europeans.

Spaniel

ˈspæn.jəl

Meanings of Spaniel:

noun

A dog of a breed with a long silky coat and drooping ears.

Usage examples:

In the middle ages, a type of spaniel was bred, the ancestor of some of our modern spaniels, that w…

Spaniels

ˈspæn.jəl

Meanings of Spaniels:

noun

A dog of a breed with a long silky coat and drooping ears.

Usage examples:

In the middle ages, a type of spaniel was bred, the ancestor of some of our modern spaniels, that w…

Spanish

ˈspanɪʃ

Meanings of Spanish:

adjective

Relating to spain, its people, or its language.

Usage examples:

The breed was originally brought here by spanish colonists in the 16th century
noun

The people of spain.

Usage examples:

A type of banana first introduced by the spanish

Meanings of Spank:

verb

Slap with one's open hand or a flat object, especially on the buttocks as a punishment.

Usage examples:

She was spanked for spilling ink on the carpet
noun

A slap or series of slaps with one's open hand or a flat object.

Usage examples:

When his father caught him he got a spank

Spanked

spæŋk

Meanings of Spanked:

verb

Slap with one's open hand or a flat object, especially on the buttocks as a punishment.

Usage examples:

She was spanked for spilling ink on the carpet
noun

A slap or series of slaps with one's open hand or a flat object.

Usage examples:

When his father caught him he got a spank

Meanings of Spanker:

noun

A fore-and-aft sail set on the after side of a ship's mast, especially the mizzenmast.

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