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To have as part of a whole; contain; comprise
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  1. To have as part of a whole; contain; comprise
  2. To contain or take in as a part, element, or member.
  3. To consider as part of or allow into a group or class:
(Med.) To weaken or otherwise impair
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  1. (Med.) To weaken or otherwise impair
  2. To reduce the quality, value, or degree of something, such as one's ideals.
  3. To weaken or give up (one's principles, ideals, etc.) as for reasons of expediency
To have as a consequence or necessary circumstance; imply or entail:
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  1. To have as a consequence or necessary circumstance; imply or entail:
  2. To involve or connect intimately or incriminatingly:
  3. (Linguistics) To convey, imply, or suggest by implicature.
To involve in a complicated situation or in circumstances from which it is difficult to disengage:
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  1. To involve in a complicated situation or in circumstances from which it is difficult to disengage:
  2. To involve in difficulties or embarrassments; to embarrass, puzzle, or distract by adverse or perplexing circumstances, interests, demands, etc.; to hamper; to bewilder.
  3. To cause to be tangled or confused; complicate
To bestow or impose on a person or a specified succession of heirs.
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  1. To bestow or impose on a person or a specified succession of heirs.
  2. (Law) To limit the inheritance of (real property) to a specific line or class of heirs
  3. To cause or require as a necessary consequence; involve; necessitate
To be or become connected, related, or associated:
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  1. To be or become connected, related, or associated:
  2. To connect, relate, or associate:
  3. To be or become joined together physically:
To join to or by means of a communications circuit:
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  1. To join to or by means of a communications circuit:
  2. To provide with a circuit for communicating by telephone
  3. To show or think of as related; associate
To charge with a crime; accuse
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  1. To charge with a crime; accuse
  2. To reveal someone’s involvement in criminal acts. To reveal someone’s involvement in criminal acts.
  3. To cause to appear guilty of a crime or fault; implicate:
To join (with another or others) as a companion, partner, friend, etc.
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  1. To join (with another or others) as a companion, partner, friend, etc.
  2. To join in or form a league, union, or association:
  3. To connect or involve with a cause, group, or partner:
To have an influence on or effect a change in:
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  1. To have an influence on or effect a change in:
  2. To tend to by nature; tend to assume:
  3. To like to have, use, wear, be in, etc.
To be of interest or importance to:
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  1. To be of interest or importance to:
  2. To cause to feel uneasy or anxious
  3. To cause anxiety or uneasiness in:
(Intransitive) To get news
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  1. (Intransitive) To get news
  2. To pick up suddenly.
  3. (Intransitive) To be brought up to date with news.
(Logic) To be the name for (individuals or instances of a class)
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  1. (Logic) To be the name for (individuals or instances of a class)
  2. To mark; indicate:
  3. To signify directly; refer to specifically:
To put forth reasons for or against something:
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  1. To put forth reasons for or against something:
  2. To give evidence of; indicate:
  3. To try to prove by giving reasons; maintain; contend
To mention as something to think over, act on, etc.; bring to the mind for consideration
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  1. To mention as something to think over, act on, etc.; bring to the mind for consideration
  2. To offer for consideration or action; propose:
  3. To serve as or provide a motive for; prompt or demand:
(Archaic) To find out or learn (something) through experience.
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  1. (Archaic) To find out or learn (something) through experience.
  2. To test by experiment, a standard, etc.; subject to a testing process; try out
  3. To verify (the result of a calculation).
(Usage Problem) To compose; make up; constitute:
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  1. (Usage Problem) To compose; make up; constitute:
  2. To be composed of or contain:
  3. To include; contain
To order a person’s placement in, or to send a person to, a hospital, mental health facility, prison, or similar institution, especially pursuant to court order.
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  1. To order a person’s placement in, or to send a person to, a hospital, mental health facility, prison, or similar institution, especially pursuant to court order.
  2. To consign for future use or for preservation:
  3. To refer (a bill, etc.) to a committee to be considered
(Idiomatic) To prepare something from ingredients that are mixed.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To prepare something from ingredients that are mixed.
  2. (Intransitive, idiomatic) Combine thoroughly.
  3. (Intransitive, usually passive, with with, often with be or get) To become involved with, especially socially or romantically.
To grasp mentally; understand
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  1. To grasp mentally; understand
  2. To have as part of something larger; encompass or include.
  3. To include; take in; comprise
(Usage Problem) To compose; make up; constitute:
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  1. (Usage Problem) To compose; make up; constitute:
  2. To be composed of or contain:
  3. To include; contain
To halt the spread or development of; check:
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  1. To halt the spread or development of; check:
  2. To be capable of holding:
  3. To have in it; hold, enclose, or include
To bring together into an organized whole
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  1. To bring together into an organized whole
  2. To represent in bodily or material form:
  3. To give a bodily form to; incarnate.
To include or contain as part of something broader.
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  1. To include or contain as part of something broader.
  2. To adopt or support willingly or eagerly:
  3. To include; contain
To include completely; to describe fully or comprehensively.
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  1. To include completely; to describe fully or comprehensively.
  2. To include within its scope; to circumscribe or go round so as to surround; to enclose; to contain.
  3. To contain; include
To cause to do something, as by persuasion or compulsion:
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  1. To cause to do something, as by persuasion or compulsion:
  2. To perform; carry on; engage in
  3. To use or exhibit in action:
To contain or take in as a part, element, or member.
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  1. To contain or take in as a part, element, or member.
  2. To have as part of a whole; contain; comprise
  3. To consider as part of or allow into a group or class:
To show (an idea, instance, etc.) to be covered by a rule, principle, etc.
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  1. To show (an idea, instance, etc.) to be covered by a rule, principle, etc.
  2. To include within a larger class, group, order, etc.
  3. To classify or include in a more comprehensive category or under a general principle:
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  1. To attend a showing of.
  2. To shorten (a garment) or make it smaller.
  3. To receive into your home for the purpose of processing for a fee.
To take further; advance:
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  1. To take further; advance:
  2. To act as a bearer:
  3. To sing (a melody, for example) on key:
To bestow or impose on a person or a specified succession of heirs.
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  1. To bestow or impose on a person or a specified succession of heirs.
  2. (Law) To limit the inheritance of (real property) to a specific line or class of heirs
  3. To cause or require as a necessary consequence; involve; necessitate
To use words in seeking the answer to (a question); try to find out about by inquiring
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  1. To use words in seeking the answer to (a question); try to find out about by inquiring
  2. To expect or demand:
  3. To make a request for. Often used with an infinitive or clause:
To shout out in order to summon (a person).
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  1. To shout out in order to summon (a person).
  2. To stop at a place and ask for (someone).
  3. To ask for in a loud voice.
To require as useful, just, proper, or necessary; call for:
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  1. To require as useful, just, proper, or necessary; call for:
  2. To ask for urgently or peremptorily:
  3. To call for as necessary; require; need
(Law) To limit the inheritance of (real property) to a specific line or class of heirs
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  1. (Law) To limit the inheritance of (real property) to a specific line or class of heirs
  2. To bestow or impose on a person or a specified succession of heirs.
  3. To cause or require as a necessary consequence; involve; necessitate
To make (something) necessary or unavoidable; involve or imply as a necessary condition, outcome, etc.
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  1. To make (something) necessary or unavoidable; involve or imply as a necessary condition, outcome, etc.
  2. To require or compel.
To be in need of; need
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  1. To be in need of; need
  2. To call for as necessary or appropriate
  3. To have as a requisite or necessity; need or depend on:
(Informal) To swindle, defraud, or cheat:
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  1. (Informal) To swindle, defraud, or cheat:
  2. To carry in one's possession:
  3. To require or have as a fitting or proper accompaniment:
To pick up suddenly.
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  1. To pick up suddenly.
  2. (Intransitive) To get news
  3. (Intransitive) To finally reach something inevitable.
To entangle; mix up; confuse; perplex
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  1. To entangle; mix up; confuse; perplex
  2. To entangle; embroil.
  3. To embroil
To involve in argument, contention, or hostile actions:
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  1. To involve in argument, contention, or hostile actions:
  2. To draw into a conflict or fight; involve in trouble
  3. To draw into a situation; to cause to be involved.
To involve or connect intimately or incriminatingly:
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  1. To involve or connect intimately or incriminatingly:
  2. To have as a consequence or necessary circumstance; imply or entail:
  3. (Linguistics) To convey, imply, or suggest by implicature.
(Intransitive, idiomatic) Combine thoroughly.
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  1. (Intransitive, idiomatic) Combine thoroughly.
  2. (Idiomatic) To prepare something from ingredients that are mixed.
  3. (Intransitive, usually passive, with with, often with be or get) To become involved with, especially socially or romantically.
To enter or bring into conflict with:
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  1. To enter or bring into conflict with:
  2. To occupy or involve oneself; take part; be active
  3. To involve oneself or become occupied; participate:
To hold or fill (an office or position).
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  1. To hold or fill (an office or position).
  2. To engage or employ the attention or concentration of:
  3. To take possession of by settlement or seizure
To make or become intricate, difficult, or involved
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  1. To make or become intricate, difficult, or involved
  2. To twist or become twisted together.
To cause difficulties to; hinder; impede
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  1. To cause difficulties to; hinder; impede
  2. To become flustered, self-conscious, etc.
  3. To cause to feel self-conscious, confused, and ill at ease; disconcert; fluster
To involve in a complicated situation or in circumstances from which it is difficult to disengage:
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  1. To involve in a complicated situation or in circumstances from which it is difficult to disengage:
  2. To involve in difficulties or embarrassments; to embarrass, puzzle, or distract by adverse or perplexing circumstances, interests, demands, etc.; to hamper; to bewilder.
  3. To involve in or as in a tangle; catch, as in a net, vine, etc., so that escape is difficult; ensnare
To confuse or trouble with uncertainty or doubt.
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  1. To confuse or trouble with uncertainty or doubt.
  2. To make confusedly intricate; complicate:
To separate the fibers or threads of (cloth, for example); unravel.
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  1. To separate the fibers or threads of (cloth, for example); unravel.
  2. (Archaic) To become complicated or tangled
  3. To tangle or complicate.
To become tangled or confused.
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  1. To become tangled or confused.
  2. To speak harshly and sharply, as in anger, impatience, etc.
  3. To utter or give vent to with a snarl
To become tangled
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  1. To become tangled
  2. To involve in a complicated situation or in circumstances from which it is difficult to disengage:
  3. (Informal) To fight, quarrel, or argue
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