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Meanings of Umlauting:

verb

Modify (a form or sound) by using an umlaut.

Usage examples:

The colour of prothetic vowels, unless umlauted by the next syllable, was that of the laryngeal whi…
noun

A mark (¨) used over a vowel, especially in german, to indicate a different vowel quality.

Usage examples:

German umlauts appear to be a problem in some cases.

Meanings of Umlauts:

noun

A mark (¨) used over a vowel, especially in german, to indicate a different vowel quality.

Usage examples:

German umlauts appear to be a problem in some cases.
verb

Modify (a form or sound) by using an umlaut.

Usage examples:

The colour of prothetic vowels, unless umlauted by the next syllable, was that of the laryngeal whi…

Ump

ˈʌm.paɪər

Meanings of Ump:

noun

An umpire.

Usage examples:

The ump ruled brett out
verb

Act as an umpire.

Usage examples:

He umped in the minors

Umped

ʌmp

Meanings of Umped:

verb

Act as an umpire.

Usage examples:

He umped in the minors

Umph

ʊmf

Meanings of Umph:

noun

The quality of being exciting, energetic, or sexually attractive.

Usage examples:

He showed entrepreneurial oomph

Meanings of Umping:

verb

Act as an umpire.

Usage examples:

He umped in the minors

Meanings of Umpire:

noun

(in some sports) an official who watches a game or match closely to enforce the rules and arbitrate on matters arising from the play.

Usage examples:

But the point here is that such a play does not give umpires the mandate to reverse any call.
verb

Act as an umpire in a game or match.

Usage examples:

He could be seen regularly umpiring for the club

Meanings of Umpired:

verb

Act as an umpire in a game or match.

Usage examples:

He could be seen regularly umpiring for the club
noun

(in some sports) an official who watches a game or match closely to enforce the rules and arbitrate on matters arising from the play.

Usage examples:

But the point here is that such a play does not give umpires the mandate to reverse any call.

Umpires

ˈʌm.paɪər

Meanings of Umpires:

noun

(in some sports) an official who watches a game or match closely to enforce the rules and arbitrate on matters arising from the play.

Usage examples:

But the point here is that such a play does not give umpires the mandate to reverse any call.
verb

Act as an umpire in a game or match.

Usage examples:

He could be seen regularly umpiring for the club

Umpiring

ˈʌmpʌɪə

Meanings of Umpiring:

verb

Act as an umpire in a game or match.

Usage examples:

He could be seen regularly umpiring for the club
noun

(in some sports) an official who watches a game or match closely to enforce the rules and arbitrate on matters arising from the play.

Usage examples:

But the point here is that such a play does not give umpires the mandate to reverse any call.

Umps

ˈʌm.paɪər

Meanings of Umps:

noun

An umpire.

Usage examples:

The ump ruled brett out
verb

Act as an umpire.

Usage examples:

He umped in the minors

Umpteen

ʌmpˈtiːn

Meanings of Umpteen:

cardinal number

Indefinitely many; a lot of.

Usage examples:

You need umpteen pieces of identification to cash a cheque
determiner

Very many; a lot (of)

Usage examples:

We've been there umpteen times and she still can't remember the way.

Meanings of Umpteenth:

ordinal number

Used to emphasize that something has happened on many other occasions.

Usage examples:

She checked her watch for the umpteenth time

Meanings of Umpy:

noun

An umpire.

Usage examples:

They took so long that the umpy could almost have started the game without them

Meanings of Umu:

noun

A maori oven consisting of a hollow in the earth in which food is cooked on heated stones.

Usage examples:

I know how to prepare an umu or earth oven.

Un

juːˈɛn

Meanings of Un:

contraction

One.

Usage examples:

A good 'un
prefix

(added to adjectives, participles, and their derivatives) denoting the absence of a quality or state; not.

Usage examples:

Unabashed
abbreviation

United nations.

Meanings of Una:

abbreviation

United nations association.

Unabashedly

ˌʌn.əˈbæʃt.li

Meanings of Unabashedly:

adverb

Without embarrassment or shame.

Usage examples:

He was staring unabashedly at her

Unabated

ˌʌn.əˈbeɪ.tɪd

Meanings of Unabated:

adjective

Without any reduction in intensity or strength.

Usage examples:

The storm was raging unabated

Unabating

ʌnəˈbeɪtɪŋ

Meanings of Unabating:

adjective

Not weakening or losing intensity.

Usage examples:

The battle raged with unabating fury

Meanings of Unable:

adjective

Lacking the skill, means, or opportunity to do something.

Usage examples:

She was unable to conceal her surprise

Unable-to

ʌnˈeɪ.bəl

Meanings of Unable-to:

adjective

Not able

Usage examples:

I was unable to find a pay phone.

Meanings of Unabridged:

adjective

(of a text) not cut or shortened; complete.

Usage examples:

An unabridged edition

Meanings of Unabsorbed:

adjective

Not taken in or soaked up; not absorbed.

Usage examples:

Unabsorbed nutrients

Meanings of Unabsorbent:

adjective

Not able to take liquid in through the surface and hold it

Usage examples:

The soil was very dry but unabsorbent., the map was printed on smooth, unabsorbent paper.

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