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(Short for, Brit.) variety show
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A usually degenerative change in the structure of a particular body tissue.
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To give and receive mutually; exchange.
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To move in regular procession through a system.
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In novelty theory, newness, density of complexification, and dynamic change as opposed to static habituation.
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A variety or assortment:
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(Now Chiefly Dial.) A change of clothing
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The definition of a switch is a device used to make or break a connection in a circuit so you an turn power on and off to something, or a change in attitude or policy.
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(Education) Professional special education assistance for children or adults in the process of leaving one educational environment or support program for another to relatively more independent living.
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An act for the attainment of an object; a step in the execution of a plan or purpose.
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Difference in value between currencies
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An instance of disparity or unlikeness:
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The trade winds
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(Med.) The spread of disease from one part of the body to another unrelated to it, as in the transfer of the cells of a malignant tumor by way of the bloodstream or lymphatics
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(Linguistics) Transposition within a word of letters, sounds, or syllables, as in the change from Old English brid to modern English bird or in the confusion of modren for modern.
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A sharp change in attitude or opinion
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Lightness or gaiety of disposition, conduct, or speech; esp., improper or unbecoming gaiety or flippancy; lack of seriousness; frivolity
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Any of many gram-negative bacteria, of the genus Proteus, several of which are responsible for human infections.
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An exchange, trade, or barter
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A change or development in a particular way:
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A payment made before due, as of wages
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An improvement in character and conduct; reformation
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A transition; change
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Change or progress from one process or condition to another; transition
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To vary is to change, to cause something to change or to differ in some way from something or someone else.
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To become different; change; vary
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(Intransitive) To become darker or more intense
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To exchange (a currency) for an equivalent amount of another currency or precious metal
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(Intransitive, mathematics) To engage in a commutative operation.
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To be modified
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To transfer oneself or be transferred; move
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To veer is to turn or swerve sharply or to go off course.
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To change the appearance of something, especially by covering with patches or streaks of different colour
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To be unable to choose between different courses of action or opinions; waver:
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To change from one substance into another; transmute; transform
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To transfer or shift; now, specif., to change the usual, normal, relative, or respective order or position of; interchange
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To transfer (tissue, a body structure, or an organ) from an animal or cadaver to a person.
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(Intransitive) To change, transform or convert to another, or from one state or form to another.
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To change completely; transform, esp. in a grotesque or strange manner
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(Elec.) To change (a voltage or current value) by use of a transformer
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To change the figure, form, or outward appearance of; transform
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To tergiversate is to often change your mind about a subject or cause, or to change your alliances.
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Substitute means to use something instead of the originally needed item or to have a person do something for another.
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To reconsider and change or modify:
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To turn or move in the opposite direction.
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Revamp is to repair, restore or give something old a new appearance or a new life.
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To take the place of; to supply the want of; to fulfil the end or office of.
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(Intransitive) To change one's residence; to move.
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To put or maintain in order: regulate one's eating habits.
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(Physics) To vary regularly between maximum and minimum values, as an electric current
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(By extension) To change direction to face a certain way.
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To change or vary the pitch, intensity, or tone of (one's voice or a musical instrument, for example).
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To turn, bend, or curve, usually inward
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Graduate means to mark a container with lines showing amounts of a liquid or solid.
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To be continually changing or varying in an irregular way
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To distribute (investments) among different companies or securities in order to limit losses in the event of a fall in a particular market or industry.
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To turn aside from a course or way:
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Coin means to make metal money, or to come up with something new.
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To remove the testicles of; emasculate; geld
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To exchange for or convert into ready money:
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To move apart, or withdraw, from a clinch in boxing
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To change or revise (a legislative bill, law, constitution, etc.)
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To do or use by turns
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To make suitable to or fit for a specific use or situation:
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(Animal Husbandry) To improve by crossing with a pure breed
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To become cloudy
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To alter slightly.
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(Intransitive) To become twisted out of shape.
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Deflect is defined as to cause something to change direction, or to deter someone from his/her intended purpose.
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To change its course by being tacked, or sail against the wind by a series of tacks
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To turn aside or cause to turn aside sharply or suddenly from a straight line, course, etc.
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Diverge is defined as to move in a different direction, to branch off or to change from a viewpoint.
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To come into conformity, as with one's surroundings; become suited, as to one's associates, circumstances, etc.
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To become moderate
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To aid in the growth of; strengthen:
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To develop or work out fully
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(Intransitive) To become mellow.
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To become or make ripe; mature, age, cure, etc.
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To develop and reach maturity.
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To undress
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To remove the clothing of; disrobe.
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To remove or uproot in order to replace with something else
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(Chemistry) To replace (an atom, radical, ion, or molecule) in a compound during a reaction.
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To replace older materials or to place older materials in front of newer ones so that older ones get used first.
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Increase is defined as to become bigger or greater.
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To shape is to mold something or someone.
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To increase the contrast of (a photographic image).
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(Music) To reduce (a perfect or minor interval) by a semitone.
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To increase the number of electrons of (an atom, element, or ion)
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(Intransitive) To become worse; to get worse; to deteriorate.
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(Dated) To use or employ to good purpose; to turn to profitable account.
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To construct or create anew, especially in an improved manner.
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(Physics) To subject (a body) to translation, i.e., to move a body on a linear path with no rotation.
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To prepare an edition of for publication:
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To scold or punish so as to improve or reform.
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The definition of invert is to turn something upside down or to put something into the opposite direction.
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To establish a nonnative species in a region where it is able to reproduce successfully and live alongside native species in the wild. Naturalized species may be introduced intentionally or unintentionally. Eucalyptus trees are native to Australia but have become naturalized in many other parts of the world.
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To adjust again; rearrange
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(Often reflexive) To render fit, suitable, or correspondent; to adapt; to conform; as, to accommodate ourselves to circumstances.
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To modify by the addition of a moderating element; moderate:
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To construct again; rebuild.
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To make modern; bring up to date in style, design, methods, etc.
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To to restore to freshness or vigor.
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To regain or restore the physical or mental vigor of; revive:
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To restrict (something) in order to meet a particular need
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To change the appearance, layout, or furnishings of.
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(Video games) To make an enhanced remake of (a computer or video game).
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To organize something again, or in a different manner
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To subject to a political or social revolution.
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To modify the manner or appearance of (a person, for example) in order to prevent recognition:
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To redecorate (a room, etc.)
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A change in an organism that results from external influences and cannot be inherited.
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The result of this; change
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Difference or inconsistency:
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A transmuting or being transmuted; change of one thing into another
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(Countable, mathematics, physics) Motion of a body on a linear path, without deformation or rotation, i.e. such that every part of the body moves at the same speed and in the same direction; also (in physics), the linear motion of a body considered independently of its rotation.
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The change undergone by an animal cell upon infection by a cancer-causing virus.
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A change from lack of faith to religious belief; adoption of a religion
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A complete change, as in goods produced, methods of production, or equipment
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The act, fact, or process of varying; change or deviation in form, condition, appearance, extent, etc. from a former or usual state, or from an assumed standard
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The selection of an individual or a thing to take the place of another; the process of one thing taking another’s place or one person acting in lieu of another.
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The definition of improvisation is the act of coming up with something on the spot.
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The definition of a diversion is an activity, often pleasant, that takes you away from your normal activity, or a detour or alternative course.
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(Statistics) For interval variables and ratio variables, a measure of difference between the observed value and the mean.
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(Law) Annulment, change, or revocation, as of a lower court's decision
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(Finance) A thorough reconstruction of a business corporation, comprising a considerable change in capital structure, as effected after, or in anticipation of, a failure and receivership
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The thing determined upon; decision as to future action; resolve
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Indecision in speech or action.
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(Grammar) A change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical function.
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The act or process of qualifying for a position, achievement etc. [from 16th c.]
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The process of moving, or the fact of being removed
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The definition of a renewal is the act of becoming new again.
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Something that has been enlarged, especially a photographic reproduction or a copy larger than the original print or negative.
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Act, process, or work of revising
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A rewriting of a deed or contract that does not express what was actually agreed upon, only when it can be demonstrated in a clear and convincing manner that a mutual mistake was made. There will be no rewriting if the mistake was made by one party only, unless it was caused by the other party’s fraud. Reformation is considered to be an equitable remedy.
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An act, or the process, of renovating.
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A sudden, vast change in a situation, a discipline, or the way of thinking and behaving.
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To accept legal responsibility for the act of another. See also ratify.
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An instance of such a change or an inflection.
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In medicine, a wave-like motion or undulation of a fluid in a natural or abnormal cavity (e.g. pus in an abscess), which is felt during palpation or percussion.
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A change effected by innovating; a change in customs; something new, and contrary to established customs, manners, or rites.
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The process by which species of organisms arise from earlier life forms and undergo change over time through natural selection . The modern understanding of the origins of species is based on the theories of Charles Darwin combined with a modern knowledge of genetics based on the work of Gregor Mendel. Darwin observed there is a certain amount of variation of traits or characteristics among the different individuals belonging to a population. Some of these traits confer fitness—they allow the individual organism that possesses them to survive in their environment better than other individuals who do not possess them and to leave more offspring. The offspring then inherit the beneficial traits, and over time the adaptive trait spreads through the population. In twentieth century, the development of the the science of genetics helped explain the origin of the variation of the traits between individual organisms and the way in which they are passed from generation to generation. This basic model of evolution has since been further refined, and the role of genetic drift and sexual selection in the evolution of populations has been recognized.
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(Medicine) A deviation of a tissue, organ or mental functions from what is considered to be within the normal range.
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Reconstruction is the act or process of rebuilding something, or is a recreation of past events, or the period after the Civil War when the southern states were reorganized into the U.S.
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The definition of commutation is the act of substitution or the substitution.
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(Music) A shift of a piece of music to a different musical key by adjusting all the notes of the work equally either up or down in pitch.
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A future interest in land created by operation of law by a conveyance of property for a specified period of time without transfer of title to said land. Upon expiration of the period of the lease, the land reverts to the lease grantor or his or her heirs. Additionally, reversion may refer to the part of an estate that the grantor retains upon conveyance of the rest of it. See also remainder and reservation.
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An increased activity following depression
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The result of such a process; a rearrangement or recombination of elements:
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A replacing or being replaced
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Fitting is defined as the activity when someone tries on clothes to make sure they are the right size, or a small part that joins together other parts.
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The definition of a setting is the way in which something is positioned or the environment or surroundings.
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(Econ.) A period of decrease in business activity
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(Music) the electronic process by which any sound's gain is automatically controlled
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(Psychology) The modification of unconscious impulses into forms acceptable by conscious or dreaming perception.
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A corporate strategy in which a company acquires or establishes a business other than that of its current product.
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(Uncountable) The process of developing; growth, directed change.
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A development; improvement; elaboration
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A thing or part added; increase; specif., a room or rooms added to a building
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(Finance) Rearrangement of the financial structure of a corporation
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The definition of adjustment is the act of making a change, or is the change that was made.
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Reliability or uniformity; the quality of being consistent.
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(--- Slang) A hundred dollars or a hundred-dollar bill
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Uniformity is defined as the state or characteristic of being even, normal, equal or similar.
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The ability of an object, such as a ship or aircraft, to maintain equilibrium or resume its original, upright position after displacement, as by the sea or strong winds.
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Tiresome sameness or uniformity
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The quality or condition of being fixed.
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To keep up in a race or contest:
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To have and keep in one's grasp:
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To continue; go on being
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To continue to exist or prevail; endure; remain
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To go on with; carry on; keep up; persist in
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To dwell, remain, reside, or stay.
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To arrange properly or in a certain way; set in order; adjust
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To reduce from a dislocated or fractured state.
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To maintain throughout; to keep intact.
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To adhere or conform to; keep:
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Freedom from variation or change; regularity; stability
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A coin or piece of paper money of the value of a dollar
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Inertia will continue unless the object meets some external force.
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(Basketball) A successful shot that, despite a foul, is made with a single continuous motion beginning before the foul, and that is therefore valid in certain forms of basketball.
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(Countable) A replacement, e.g. a change of clothes
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Sums of money
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To grow to be; change or develop into by growth
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To dress in formal clothes
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