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The act or process of preparing.
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  1. The act or process of preparing.
  2. (Countable) A substance, especially a remedy, that is prepared.
  3. A substance, such as a medicine, prepared for a particular purpose.
A summary of a text or subject, usually presented in headings and subheadings.
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  1. A summary of a text or subject, usually presented in headings and subheadings.
  2. (Film industry) A prose telling of a story intended to be turned into a screenplay; generally longer and more detailed than a treatment.
  3. A preliminary plan for a project.
The total amount of goods on hand in a store, etc.; inventory
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  1. The total amount of goods on hand in a store, etc.; inventory
  2. A supply accumulated for future use; a store.
  3. A store or supply
Supplies, especially of food, clothing, or arms.
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  1. Supplies, especially of food, clothing, or arms.
  2. A retail establishment where goods are regularly offered for sale
  3. A stock or supply reserved for future use:
A condition of urgent need for action or assistance:
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  1. A condition of urgent need for action or assistance:
  2. Cardiac arrest is an emergency and if you find someone in cardiac arrest you should call 999 immediately.
  3. (Canada, US, often attributive) The department of a hospital that treats emergencies.
The act of stipulating.
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  1. The act of stipulating.
  2. The document or agreement, or a provision in a document or agreement, specifying something that is agreed to.
  3. A factual condition or requirement incorporated as a term of a contract; an agreement between opposing parties as to a procedure, as in a “stipulation to extend time to respond,” or a fact, as in “a stipulation as to liability.” A stipulation made by a party to a pending court case or made by the party’s lawyer with respect to the case is always binding. A factual condition or requirement incorporated as a term of a contract; an agreement between opposing parties as to a procedure, as in a “stipulation to extend time to respond,” or a fact, as in “a stipulation as to liability.” A stipulation made by a party to a pending court case or made by the party’s lawyer with respect to the case is always binding.
Something that must be gained in order to gain something else
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  1. Something that must be gained in order to gain something else
  2. Something that is prerequisite, as a course that is required prior to taking an advanced course.
  3. In education, a course or topic that must be completed before another course or topic can be started. May be colloquially referred to as a prereq.
Plural form of term
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The act or process of preparing.
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  1. The act or process of preparing.
  2. (Countable) A substance, especially a remedy, that is prepared.
  3. A substance, such as a medicine, prepared for a particular purpose.
Food in general, regarded as necessary for sustaining life:
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  1. Food in general, regarded as necessary for sustaining life:
  2. A staple food made from flour or meal mixed with other dry and liquid ingredients, usually combined with a leavening agent, and kneaded, shaped into loaves, and baked.
  3. Food generally
Something that can be eaten as food:
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  1. Something that can be eaten as food:
  2. Food
A program or plan consisting of a special or limited selection of food and drink and designed to promote health or a gain or loss of weight; specif., such a program or plan designed to promote weight loss
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  1. A program or plan consisting of a special or limited selection of food and drink and designed to promote health or a gain or loss of weight; specif., such a program or plan designed to promote weight loss
  2. Something used, enjoyed, or provided regularly:
  3. The food and drink such a plan prescribes
Anything fit to be eaten; food
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  1. Anything fit to be eaten; food
Something fit for food, esp. a vegetable
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  1. Something fit for food, esp. a vegetable
Food available to be eaten
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  1. Food available to be eaten
  2. The usual kind of diet
  3. Food and drink; diet:
Material, especially carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, that an organism uses for energy, growth, and maintaining the processes of life. Plants, algae, and some bacteria make their own food through photosynthesis, while animals and most other organisms obtain food by consuming other organisms or organic matter.
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  1. Material, especially carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, that an organism uses for energy, growth, and maintaining the processes of life. Plants, algae, and some bacteria make their own food through photosynthesis, while animals and most other organisms obtain food by consuming other organisms or organic matter.
  2. Something that nourishes or sustains in a way suggestive of physical nourishment:
  3. A specified kind of nourishment:
An instance of material which may be used as food.
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  1. An instance of material which may be used as food.
  2. Any substance used as food
The essence, substance, or gist:
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  1. The essence, substance, or gist:
  2. The flesh of animals used as food, esp. the flesh of mammals or, often, of fowl
  3. Food; esp., solid food, as distinguished from drink
The act of nourishing or the state of being nourished
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  1. The act of nourishing or the state of being nourished
  2. A nourishing or being nourished
  3. Something that nourishes; food; nutriment
(--- Biology) The sum of environmental influences and conditions acting on an organism, especially in contrast to heredity.
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  1. (--- Biology) The sum of environmental influences and conditions acting on an organism, especially in contrast to heredity.
  2. The act or process of raising or promoting the development of; training, educating, fostering, etc.
  3. Anything that nourishes; food; nutriment
Anything that promotes growth, development, or good health
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  1. Anything that promotes growth, development, or good health
  2. Anything that nourishes; food
  3. A source of nourishment; food.
Anything that nourishes; nourishment; food
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  1. Anything that nourishes; nourishment; food
  2. The scientific study of food and nourishment, including food composition, dietary guidelines, and the roles that various nutrients have in maintaining health.
  3. A source of nourishment; food.
Insipid intellectual nourishment:
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  1. Insipid intellectual nourishment:
  2. Nourishment for the mind
  3. Food or sustenance
Any oversimplified or bland writing, ideas, etc.
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  1. Any oversimplified or bland writing, ideas, etc.
  2. Material lacking real value or substance:
  3. Any soft or semiliquid food for babies or invalids
Dry food, such as hay, used as feed for livestock.
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  1. Dry food, such as hay, used as feed for livestock.
  2. Food or provisions.
Something that sustains something else; essential support:
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  1. Something that sustains something else; essential support:
  2. One's means of livelihood; maintenance; support
  3. Something, especially food, that sustains life or health:
(Informal, Dial.) Articles of food, esp. when prepared for use
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  1. (Informal, Dial.) Articles of food, esp. when prepared for use
  2. (Now Chiefly Dial.) Food or other provisions
Any of a breed of medium-sized dog, originally from China, with a thick, dark coat and a blue-black tongue
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  1. Any of a breed of medium-sized dog, originally from China, with a thick, dark coat and a blue-black tongue
  2. (Slang) Food or mealtime
(Slang) Food.
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  1. (Slang) Food.
  2. Food, especially snacks.
The thick wormlike larva of certain beetles and other insects.
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  1. The thick wormlike larva of certain beetles and other insects.
  2. (Old, Informal) A person who does menial or tedious work; drudge
  3. (Slang) Food
A future and uncertain event, fact, or circumstance whose existence or occurrence is necessary for the existence or determining the extent of an obligation or liability. See also estate and fee simple.
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  1. A future and uncertain event, fact, or circumstance whose existence or occurrence is necessary for the existence or determining the extent of an obligation or liability. See also estate and fee simple.
  2. A mode or state of being:
  3. (Law) A provision making the effect of a legal instrument contingent on the occurrence of an uncertain future event.
A condition or limitation that may determine the applicability of a document to certain conditions or persons. A condition or limitation that may determine the applicability of a document to certain conditions or persons.
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  1. A condition or limitation that may determine the applicability of a document to certain conditions or persons. A condition or limitation that may determine the applicability of a document to certain conditions or persons.
  2. A clause, as in a document or statute, making some condition or stipulation
  3. A clause in a document imposing a qualification, condition, or restriction.
Any quality, skill, knowledge, experience, etc. that fits a person for a position, office, profession, etc.; requisite
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  1. Any quality, skill, knowledge, experience, etc. that fits a person for a position, office, profession, etc.; requisite
  2. A condition or circumstance that must be met or complied with:
  3. A modification or restriction; limiting condition
An arrangement by which a hotel room, theater or airline ticket, etc. is set aside and held until called for
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  1. An arrangement by which a hotel room, theater or airline ticket, etc. is set aside and held until called for
  2. A limiting condition or qualification, tacit or expressed, as in an agreement
  3. A tract of land set apart by the federal government for a special purpose, especially one for the use of a Native American people.
An exact written description of an invention by an applicant for a patent.
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  1. An exact written description of an invention by an applicant for a patent.
  2. A single item or article that has been specified.
  3. A detailed, exact statement of particulars, especially a statement prescribing materials, dimensions, and quality of work for something to be built, installed, or manufactured.
The act of stipulating.
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  1. The act of stipulating.
  2. Something stipulated, as a condition in a contract
  3. A factual condition or requirement incorporated as a term of a contract; an agreement between opposing parties as to a procedure, as in a “stipulation to extend time to respond,” or a fact, as in “a stipulation as to liability.” A stipulation made by a party to a pending court case or made by the party’s lawyer with respect to the case is always binding. A factual condition or requirement incorporated as a term of a contract; an agreement between opposing parties as to a procedure, as in a “stipulation to extend time to respond,” or a fact, as in “a stipulation as to liability.” A stipulation made by a party to a pending court case or made by the party’s lawyer with respect to the case is always binding.
Language of a certain kind; chosen words:
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  1. Language of a certain kind; chosen words:
  2. A point in time at which something ends; termination:
  3. The end of a normal gestation period:
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