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Trench-coat

ˈtrentʃ ˌkəʊt

Meanings of Trench-coat:

noun

A long, loose coat with a belt, usually made from waterproof material and similar in style to a military coat

Trenchancy

ˈtren.tʃən.si

Meanings of Trenchancy:

noun

Vigorousness or incisiveness in expression or style.

Usage examples:

She opines with characteristic trenchancy

Trenchant

ˈtren.tʃənt

Meanings of Trenchant:

adjective

Vigorous or incisive in expression or style.

Usage examples:

The white paper makes trenchant criticisms of health authorities

Trenchantly

ˈtren.tʃənt.li

Meanings of Trenchantly:

adverb

Vigorously or incisively.

Usage examples:

A work that trenchantly expressed some innate truths

Meanings of Trenchcoats:

noun

A loose belted, double-breasted raincoat in a military style.

Meanings of Trenched:

verb

Dig a trench or trenches in (the ground).

Usage examples:

She trenched the terrace to a depth of 6 feet
noun

A long, narrow ditch.

Usage examples:

Dig a trench around the perimeter of the fire

Meanings of Trencher:

noun

A wooden plate or platter for food.

Usage examples:

Then one evening dull, as stien stood by the large wash bin in the inn scrubbing food from used tre…

Trencherman

ˈtrɛn(t)ʃəmən

Meanings of Trencherman:

noun

A person who eats in a specified manner, typically heartily.

Usage examples:

A doughty trencherman who gives the simpson's beef trolley a good run for its money

Trenchermen

ˈtrɛn(t)ʃəmən

Meanings of Trenchermen:

noun

A person who eats in a specified manner, typically heartily.

Usage examples:

A doughty trencherman who gives the simpson's beef trolley a good run for its money

Meanings of Trenches:

noun

A long, narrow ditch.

Usage examples:

Dig a trench around the perimeter of the fire
verb

Dig a trench or trenches in (the ground).

Usage examples:

She trenched the terrace to a depth of 6 feet

Working in the most active and difficult parts of a job or business

Usage examples:

The boss understands the difficulties we face here in the trenches., he's a salesman with 30 years …

Meanings of Trenching:

verb

Dig a trench or trenches in (the ground).

Usage examples:

She trenched the terrace to a depth of 6 feet
noun

A long, narrow ditch.

Usage examples:

Dig a trench around the perimeter of the fire

Meanings of Trend:

noun

A general direction in which something is developing or changing.

Usage examples:

An upward trend in sales and profit margins
verb

Change or develop in a general direction.

Usage examples:

Unemployment has been trending upwards

Trended

trend

Meanings of Trended:

verb

Change or develop in a general direction.

Usage examples:

Unemployment has been trending upwards
noun

A general direction in which something is developing or changing.

Usage examples:

An upward trend in sales and profit margins

Trendier

ˈtren.di

Meanings of Trendier:

adjective

Very fashionable or up to date.

Usage examples:

I enjoyed being able to go out and buy trendy clothes
noun

A person who is very fashionable or up to date.

Usage examples:

Taiwan's well-heeled young trendies

Meanings of Trendiest:

adjective

Very fashionable or up to date.

Usage examples:

I enjoyed being able to go out and buy trendy clothes
noun

A person who is very fashionable or up to date.

Usage examples:

Taiwan's well-heeled young trendies

Meanings of Trendily:

adverb

In a way that is modern and influenced by the most recent fashions or ideas

Usage examples:

The bar was full of trendily dressed people drinking cocktails., he wore a white shirt and a trendi…

Meanings of Trending:

adjective

Currently popular or widely discussed online, especially on social media websites.

Usage examples:

Today's top trending topics
verb

Change or develop in a general direction.

Usage examples:

Unemployment has been trending upwards
noun

The general direction of changes or developments

Usage examples:

Fashion trends, the trend is toward working longer hours for less money.

Trends

trend

Meanings of Trends:

noun

A general direction in which something is developing or changing.

Usage examples:

An upward trend in sales and profit margins
verb

Change or develop in a general direction.

Usage examples:

Unemployment has been trending upwards

Trendsetter

ˈtrendˌset.ər

Meanings of Trendsetter:

noun

A person, organization, etc. that starts to do something that others then copy

Usage examples:

This is the flagship product of a company that is increasingly a trendsetter in wireless networking.

Meanings of Trendy:

adjective

Very fashionable or up to date.

Usage examples:

I enjoyed being able to go out and buy trendy clothes
noun

A person who is very fashionable or up to date.

Usage examples:

Taiwan's well-heeled young trendies

Meanings of Trent:

proper noun

The chief river of central england, which rises in staffordshire and flows 275 km (170 miles) generally north-eastwards, uniting with the river ouse 25 km (15 miles) west of hull to form the humber estuary.

Meanings of Trenton:

proper noun

The state capital of new jersey; population 82,883 (est. 2008).

Trepan

trɪˈpan

Meanings of Trepan:

noun

A trephine (hole saw) used by surgeons for perforating the skull.

Usage examples:

And furthermore, he just sliced through the trepan.
verb

Perforate (a person's skull) with a trepan.

Usage examples:

They shaved his head and trepanned him to let the pressure out.

Meanings of Trepang:

noun

Another term for bêche-de-mer (sense 1).

Trepangs

trɪˈpaŋ

Meanings of Trepangs:

noun

Another term for bêche-de-mer (sense 1).

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