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(Physics) Any of several kinds of deformation of the dimensions of a body when subjected to stress, as axial strain or elastic strain.
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  1. (Physics) Any of several kinds of deformation of the dimensions of a body when subjected to stress, as axial strain or elastic strain.
  2. A group of cultivated plants or domestic animals of the same species that have distinctive characteristics but are not considered a separate breed or variety.
  3. The descendants of a common ancestor; race; stock; line; breed; variety
The quality or condition of being various or varied; diversity:
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  1. The quality or condition of being various or varied; diversity:
  2. A number or collection of varied things, especially of a particular group; an assortment:
  3. (Short for, Brit.) variety show
A doubtful or borderline member of a given category:
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  1. A doubtful or borderline member of a given category:
  2. A type, race or category; a group of entities that have common characteristics such that they may be grouped together.
  3. Sort; variety; class
To produce offspring; bring forth others of its kind
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  1. To produce offspring; bring forth others of its kind
  2. To generate offspring by sexual or asexual means.
  3. To undergo reproduction, or copying, duplication, etc.
To beget or conceive (offspring).
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  1. To beget or conceive (offspring).
  2. To produce offspring; reproduce.
  3. (Intransitive) To reproduce.
To bring into being; produce
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  1. To bring into being; produce
  2. To produce (offspring) by sexual reproduction. Used especially of a man.
  3. To cause to exist or occur; produce:
To be the origin of; to produce; to result in.
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  1. To be the origin of; to produce; to result in.
(Obs.) To be produced; originate
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  1. (Obs.) To be produced; originate
  2. To bring into existence; give rise to:
  3. To bring into being; bring about; cause; produce
To be the occasion of; give occasion to; cause
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  1. To be the occasion of; give occasion to; cause
To cause to occur or exist; give rise to:
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  1. To cause to occur or exist; give rise to:
  2. To bring forth; exhibit:
  3. To create by physical or mental effort:
(Phonet.) To change the sound of (a vowel) by putting the tongue in a higher position
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  1. (Phonet.) To change the sound of (a vowel) by putting the tongue in a higher position
  2. To cause to arise, appear, come, etc.; esp., to bring back as from death; reanimate
  3. To bring about; provoke:
To allow to grow
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  1. To allow to grow
  2. To cause to grow; raise:
  3. To allow (something) to develop or increase by a natural process:
To prepare and use (soil or land) for growing crops; till
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  1. To prepare and use (soil or land) for growing crops; till
  2. To break up the surface soil around (plants) in order to destroy weeds, prevent crusting, and preserve moisture
  3. To seek to develop familiarity with; give one's attention to; pursue
To aid in the growth of; strengthen:
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  1. To aid in the growth of; strengthen:
  2. To come to have gradually; acquire:
  3. To make available and effective to fulfill a particular end or need:
(Computing) To cause to take effect on all relevant devices in a network.
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  1. (Computing) To cause to take effect on all relevant devices in a network.
  2. To cause to spread to extend; to impel or continue forward in space; as, to propagate sound or light.
  3. (Physics) To cause something such as a wave to move in some direction or through a medium; transmit.
(Archaic) To lift upright; raise.
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  1. (Archaic) To lift upright; raise.
  2. To build; erect.
  3. To bring up by educating, nurturing, training, etc.; raise
To save; reserve:
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  1. To save; reserve:
  2. To maintain for use or service:
  3. To raise:
To cross-breed animals or plants to form hybrids
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  1. To cross-breed animals or plants to form hybrids
  2. (Biochemistry) to combine complementary subunits of multiple biological macromolecules
  3. To produce or cause to produce hybrids; crossbreed.
To mate (an organism) with another organism so as to produce a hybrid.
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  1. To mate (an organism) with another organism so as to produce a hybrid.
  2. To produce a hybrid animal or plant by breeding two animals or two plants of different species or varieties. For example, crossbreeding a male donkey with a female horse will produce a mule.
  3. (Intransitive) To mate so as to produce a hybrid; interbreed.
To produce by means of cloning
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  1. To produce by means of cloning
  2. To create a clone.
  3. To grow as a clone.
To make greater or larger.
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  1. To make greater or larger.
  2. To multiply; reproduce.
  3. To cause to become greater in size, amount, degree, etc.; add to; augment
To grow in amount, number, or degree:
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  1. To grow in amount, number, or degree:
  2. (Math.) To find the product of by multiplication
  3. To increase in number, amount, extent, or degree; specif., to increase by procreation
To beget or conceive (offspring).
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  1. To beget or conceive (offspring).
  2. To produce offspring; reproduce.
  3. To produce or bring into existence
To increase or spread at a rapid rate:
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  1. To increase or spread at a rapid rate:
  2. To cause to grow or increase rapidly.
  3. To multiply rapidly; increase profusely
To cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.
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  1. To cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.
  2. To cause (a plant or animal) to reproduce itself; raise or breed
  3. To cause to extend to a broader area or larger number; spread:
To undergo reproduction, or copying, duplication, etc.
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  1. To undergo reproduction, or copying, duplication, etc.
  2. To generate offspring by sexual or asexual means.
  3. To produce offspring; bring forth others of its kind
To produce or deposit (spawn).
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  1. To produce or deposit (spawn).
  2. To produce or give rise to:
  3. To produce offspring in large numbers.
To be the father or sire of; procreate
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  1. To be the father or sire of; procreate
  2. To produce (offspring) by sexual reproduction. Used especially of a man.
  3. To bring into being; produce
To provide the sperm that unites with an egg to produce (an embryo, fetus, or child).
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  1. To provide the sperm that unites with an egg to produce (an embryo, fetus, or child).
  2. To act or serve as a father to (a child).
  3. To look after or care for as a father does
To work for gain or profit; make money:
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  1. To work for gain or profit; make money:
  2. To go and bring
  3. To cause to move or leave:
To beget or conceive (offspring).
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  1. To beget or conceive (offspring).
  2. To produce or bring into existence
  3. To originate, create or produce something.
To beget
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  1. To beget
  2. To be the male individual or gamete producing an animal's offspring or a plant's seed through sexual reproduction:
  3. To be the biological father of (a child).
To cause to exist or occur; produce:
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  1. To cause to exist or occur; produce:
  2. To produce (offspring) by sexual reproduction. Used especially of a man.
  3. To bring into being; produce
To give rise to; produce:
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  1. To give rise to; produce:
  2. To produce through artistic or imaginative effort:
  3. To cause to come into existence; bring into being; make; originate; esp., to make or design (something requiring art, skill, invention, etc.)
(Critical theory) To endow with gender; to create gender or enhance the importance of gender. [from 20th c.]
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  1. (Critical theory) To endow with gender; to create gender or enhance the importance of gender. [from 20th c.]
  2. To bring into existence; give rise to:
  3. To bring into being; bring about; cause; produce
To act or serve as a father to (a child).
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  1. To act or serve as a father to (a child).
  2. To provide the sperm that unites with an egg to produce (an embryo, fetus, or child).
  3. To look after or care for as a father does
To bring forth (young) from an egg or eggs by applying warmth
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  1. To bring forth (young) from an egg or eggs by applying warmth
  2. To emerge from or break out of an egg.
  3. To bring (a plan, idea, etc.) into existence; esp., to plan in a secret or underhanded way; plot
To rise or accumulate:
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  1. To rise or accumulate:
  2. To achieve, produce, or attain:
  3. To draw up and execute in a suitable form:
To come into being; begin; start
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  1. To come into being; begin; start
  2. To bring into being; create or start:
  3. To bring into being; esp., to create (something original); invent
To act as a parent to; raise and nurture:
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  1. To act as a parent to; raise and nurture:
  2. To cause to come into existence; originate.
To produce offspring; reproduce.
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  1. To produce offspring; reproduce.
  2. To produce or bring into existence
  3. To originate, create or produce something.
To get (a play, film, TV program, etc.) ready for presentation to the public
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  1. To get (a play, film, TV program, etc.) ready for presentation to the public
  2. To make or yield products or a product:
  3. To make or manufacture
To beget
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  1. To beget
  2. To be the male individual or gamete producing an animal's offspring or a plant's seed through sexual reproduction:
  3. To be the biological father of (a child).
To plant with mycelia grown in specially prepared organic matter.
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  1. To plant with mycelia grown in specially prepared organic matter.
  2. To bring forth or be the source of (esp. something regarded with contempt and produced in great numbers)
  3. To produce or give rise to:
To prepare and use (soil or land) for growing crops; till
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  1. To prepare and use (soil or land) for growing crops; till
  2. To grow (plants, crops, etc.)
  3. To grow or tend (a plant or crop).
To come to be by a gradual process or by degrees; become:
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  1. To come to be by a gradual process or by degrees; become:
  2. To allow to grow
  3. To cause to grow; raise:
To cause to spread to extend; to impel or continue forward in space; as, to propagate sound or light.
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  1. To cause to spread to extend; to impel or continue forward in space; as, to propagate sound or light.
  2. To cause to continue or multiply by generation, or successive production; -- applied to animals and plants; as, to propagate a breed of horses or sheep; to propagate a species of fruit tree.
  3. To cause (a plant or animal) to reproduce itself; raise or breed
To stir up; instigate:
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  1. To stir up; instigate:
  2. To grow, especially in quantity; cultivate:
  3. To bring about; provoke:
The act of casting; a throw; also, a way of casting or distance thrown
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  1. The act of casting; a throw; also, a way of casting or distance thrown
  2. Outward form or look; appearance:
  3. The form in which something is made or constructed; arrangement:
A statement or an account describing something:
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  1. A statement or an account describing something:
  2. Sort, kind, or variety
  3. The act, process, art, or technique of describing or picturing in words
Kind; sort; class
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  1. Kind; sort; class
  2. The same. Used following a name to indicate that the one named resides in an area bearing the same name:
  3. A type, race or category; a group of entities that have common characteristics such that they may be grouped together.
A doubtful or borderline member of a given category:
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  1. A doubtful or borderline member of a given category:
  2. The natural order or course of things; nature.
  3. A type, race or category; a group of entities that have common characteristics such that they may be grouped together.
A piece of land used for a given purpose:
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  1. A piece of land used for a given purpose:
  2. A number of associated people or things:
  3. An individual of a particular kind or type:
The prevailing customs, social conduct, and norms of a specific society, period, or group, especially as the subject of a literary work:
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  1. The prevailing customs, social conduct, and norms of a specific society, period, or group, especially as the subject of a literary work:
  2. Kind; sort:
  3. A way or method in which something is done or happens; mode or fashion of procedure
A pattern, hollow form, or matrix for giving a certain shape to something in a plastic or molten state
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  1. A pattern, hollow form, or matrix for giving a certain shape to something in a plastic or molten state
  2. Distinctive character or type:
  3. Any of various fungi that often form a fuzzy growth (called a mycelium ) on the surface of organic matter. Some molds cause food to spoil, but others are beneficial, such as those used to make certain cheeses and those from which antibiotics like penicillin are developed. The molds do not form a distinct phylogenetic grouping but belong to various phyla including the ascomycetes and the zygomycetes.
A kind or sort:
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  1. A kind or sort:
  2. Inborn character; innate disposition; inherent tendencies of a person
  3. Kind; sort; type
A condition of methodical or prescribed arrangement among component parts such that proper functioning or appearance is achieved:
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  1. A condition of methodical or prescribed arrangement among component parts such that proper functioning or appearance is achieved:
  2. A sequence or arrangement of successive things:
  3. (Biol.) A major category in the classification of animals, plants, etc., ranking above a family and below a class: it can include one family or many similar families: the Latinized order names are capitalized but not italicized (Ex.: Fabales, legumes)
Character or nature:
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  1. Character or nature:
  2. (Printing) Any of the kinds of characters in a font of type
  3. A group of persons or things of the same general character; a kind.
(Logic) A class of individuals or objects having certain distinguishing attributes in common, given a common name, and comprised with other similar classes in a more comprehensive grouping called a genus
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  1. (Logic) A class of individuals or objects having certain distinguishing attributes in common, given a common name, and comprised with other similar classes in a more comprehensive grouping called a genus
  2. A group of organisms having many characteristics in common and ranking below a genus. Organisms that reproduce sexually and belong to the same species interbreed and produce fertile offspring. Species names are usually written lower case and in italics, as rex in Tyrannosaurus rex.
  3. A kind, variety, or type:
Characteristic nature or quality:
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  1. Characteristic nature or quality:
  2. A small piece of paper, distinctively imprinted on the face and usually gummed on the back, issued by a government for a specified price and required to be affixed to a letter, parcel, document, commodity subject to duty, etc. as evidence that the prescribed fee, as for carrying mail, has been paid
  3. Character; kind; class; type
A strip of cloth or braid worn on a uniform to indicate rank, awards received, or length of service; a chevron.
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  1. A strip of cloth or braid worn on a uniform to indicate rank, awards received, or length of service; a chevron.
  2. A long narrow band distinguished, as by color or texture, from the surrounding material or surface.
  3. A distinctive type, kind, or sort
A size or style of printed or typewritten characters; a typeface:
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  1. A size or style of printed or typewritten characters; a typeface:
  2. (Biology) The type specimen, type species, or type genus, which serves as the basis for the name of a species, genus, or family.
  3. A number of people or things having in common traits or characteristics that distinguish them as a group or class:
The quality or condition of being various or varied; diversity:
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  1. The quality or condition of being various or varied; diversity:
  2. Something that is distinguished from others of the same kind by a specific characteristic or set of characteristics:
  3. A number or collection of varied things, especially of a particular group; an assortment:
A body of religious beliefs; a religion:
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  1. A body of religious beliefs; a religion:
  2. A party, faction, or group holding to a particular set of ideas or beliefs.
  3. (Informal) Kind, sort, sex, etc.
Find another word for breed. In this page you can discover 81 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for breed, like: give-birth, strain, variety, kind, reproduce, procreate, beget, give-rise-to, engender, occasion and produce.