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Meanings of Chaprasi:

noun

A junior office worker who carries messages.

Usage examples:

His uncle sent the office chaprasi to show him the way

Chaps

tʃæps

Meanings of Chaps:

noun

(of the skin) become cracked, rough, or sore, especially through exposure to wind or cold weather.

Usage examples:

His skin is very dry and chaps easily
plural noun

Leather trousers without a seat, worn by a cowboy over ordinary trousers to protect the legs.

Usage examples:

Women riders' leather clothing and apparel ensemble include motorcycle leather jackets, vests, glov…

Chapstick

ˈtʃapstɪk

Meanings of Chapstick:

noun

A small stick of a cosmetic substance used to prevent chapping of the lips.

Usage examples:

She put on her chapstick, and drew on her high eyebrows a tad darker.

Chaptalization

ˌtʃaptəlʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Chaptalization:

noun

(in winemaking) the correction or improvement of must by the addition of calcium carbonate to neutralize acid, or of sugar to increase alcoholic strength.

Usage examples:

Not so many years ago the debate focused on chaptalization and acidification.

Chaptalize

ˈtʃaptəlʌɪz

Meanings of Chaptalize:

verb

(in winemaking) correct or improve (fermenting wine) by adding calcium carbonate to neutralize acid, or sugar to increase alcoholic strength.

Usage examples:

The wines may be chaptalized up to a final alcoholic strength of 13.5 per cent

Chaptalized

ˈtʃaptəlʌɪz

Meanings of Chaptalized:

verb

(in winemaking) correct or improve (fermenting wine) by adding calcium carbonate to neutralize acid, or sugar to increase alcoholic strength.

Usage examples:

The wines may be chaptalized up to a final alcoholic strength of 13.5 per cent

Chaptalizing

ˈtʃaptəlʌɪz

Meanings of Chaptalizing:

verb

(in winemaking) correct or improve (fermenting wine) by adding calcium carbonate to neutralize acid, or sugar to increase alcoholic strength.

Usage examples:

The wines may be chaptalized up to a final alcoholic strength of 13.5 per cent

Meanings of Chapter:

noun

A main division of a book, typically with a number or title.

Usage examples:

We will deal with this in chapter eleven

Chapters

ˈtʃaptə

Meanings of Chapters:

noun

A main division of a book, typically with a number or title.

Usage examples:

We will deal with this in chapter eleven

Meanings of Char:

verb

Partially burn so as to blacken the surface.

Usage examples:

A region charred by bush fires
noun

Material that has been charred.

Usage examples:

She trimmed the char from the wicks of the oil lamps

Chara

ˈʃær.ə.bæŋ

Meanings of Chara:

noun

A large old-fashioned vehicle, especially one used by groups for visiting places of interest

Meanings of Charabanc:

noun

An early form of bus, used typically for pleasure trips.

Usage examples:

With jack away on one of his charabanc trips, andy kerr had a fit and said we should send some of t…

Meanings of Charabancs:

noun

An early form of bus, used typically for pleasure trips.

Usage examples:

With jack away on one of his charabanc trips, andy kerr had a fit and said we should send some of t…

Characin

ˈkarəsɪn

Meanings of Characin:

noun

A small and brightly coloured freshwater fish native to africa and tropical america.

Usage examples:

Each year since 1960, more than 35 tropical american species of fishes, including catfishes, charac…

Meanings of Characine:

noun

A small and brightly coloured freshwater fish native to africa and tropical america.

Usage examples:

Each year since 1960, more than 35 tropical american species of fishes, including catfishes, charac…

Characins

ˈkarəsɪn

Meanings of Characins:

noun

A small and brightly coloured freshwater fish native to africa and tropical america.

Usage examples:

Each year since 1960, more than 35 tropical american species of fishes, including catfishes, charac…

Character

ˈkær.ək.tər

Meanings of Character:

noun

The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.

Usage examples:

Running away was not in keeping with her character
verb

Inscribe or write (something).

Usage examples:

You have well charactered him

Meanings of Character-assassination:

noun

An intentional attempt to spoil the reputation of a person by criticizing them severely, especially unfairly, in the newspapers or on television

Meanings of Character-reference:

noun

A statement of a person's good qualities, written by someone who knows the person well, that is sent to a future employer

Meanings of Character-witness:

noun

Someone who appears in a law court to talk about the good character of a person who is accused of something, rather than to say what happened

Usage examples:

A family friend testified as a character witness for him during his trial., several character witne…

Charactered

ˈkarəktə

Meanings of Charactered:

verb

Inscribe or write (something).

Usage examples:

You have well charactered him
noun

The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.

Usage examples:

Running away was not in keeping with her character

Characterful

ˈkarɪktəf(ʊ)l

Meanings of Characterful:

adjective

Individual in an interesting or unusual way; having a lot of character.

Usage examples:

A characterful old pub with many charming features

Meanings of Characterial:

adjective

Of or relating to character or characters.

Meanings of Characterical:

adjective

In the shorthand system devised by timothy bright: designating any of a set of words which can be written as single characters or symbols. compare "charactery". rare (now historical).

Charactering

ˈkarəktə

Meanings of Charactering:

verb

Inscribe or write (something).

Usage examples:

You have well charactered him
noun

The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.

Usage examples:

Running away was not in keeping with her character

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