Part of speech:
To cause (an institution, for example) to come into existence or begin operating; found; set up.
To establish in a place or condition; settle
To come close to; be nearly the same as:
To enforce: compel to behave in a certain way
Any and every method of removing something from one person or place to another; specifically, the handing over of possession or control of assets or title. Transfer may be affected by assignment, by delivery, by indorsement, and by operation of law. the act of handing over possession or control.
To cause to happen
To attach or affix (something) to something else, or in or upon a certain place.
To claim, establish, or register as one's own. Often used with out:
To expect or demand:
Risk is defined as to expose someone or something to a dangerous situation.
To express at the risk of denial, criticism, or censure:
To carry one's activity to specified lengths
To stop moving and stay in one place; come to rest
To furnish with housing:
To make (a contest, vote, or gamble) unfair; to privilege one contestant or a particular group of contestants, usually before the contest begins; to arrange immunity for defendants by tampering with the justice system via bribery or extortion
Insert is defined as to put one thing into another.
A telephone communication or connection.
To place down in a position of rest, or in a horizontal position.
To charge, attribute, or adjudge to one, as having a certain quality or value.
To take the place of; supplant:
To remain in the same place; stay; abide
To judge or determine generally but carefully (size, value, cost, requirements, etc.); calculate approximately
To be among those who finish a competition or race, especially to finish second.
To inflict (vengeance or punishment, for example).
To impose a tax, fine, or other punishment on (a person or business).
(Intransitive) Assume or maintain a pose; strike an attitude.
To manifest or communicate, as by a gesture; show:
To rise to the surface of water to breathe. Used of a marine mammal.
To translate, especially aloud.
To express in other words; esp., to translate
To spread (grain) on a couch to germinate, as in malting.
To express (a theory, plan, etc.) in a systematic way
To express (an action, thought or idea) by means of words.
(Archaic) To use words, as in discussion; to argue; to dispute.
To slope upward.
To calculate approximately
To establish and apply as compulsory
To one's place of residence or business:
To enter (animals, flowers, etc.) in a competitive show
To express in another language, while systematically retaining the original sense
the option to sell a given stock (or stock index or commodity future) at a given price before a given date
To give an order or orders; request that something be done or supplied.
(Rare) To draw up or frame a decree, statement, etc. [from 19th c.]
(Archaic) To defeat in a lawsuit; to decide against; to convict.
(Rare) To locate
To spend (time, effort, etc.) with the expectation of some satisfaction
To place officially in confinement or custody, as in a mental health facility.
To rest on or fit into another part:
Plant means to put something in the ground.
To impose a fine, tax, or special payment on (a person or property)
To expose to hazard; risk:
To form by the accumulation of materials or constituent parts; to build up; to erect.
To circulate fresh air in (a room, etc.), driving out foul or stale air
(--- Computers) To insert (a virus, for example) into a software program.
To transfer from (one conveyance) to another:
To stake (an amount, for example) in a bet.
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