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(Music) The location in a musical score that indicates the end of the piece, particularly when the piece ends somewhere in the middle of the score due to a section of the music being repeated.
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  1. (Music) The location in a musical score that indicates the end of the piece, particularly when the piece ends somewhere in the middle of the score due to a section of the music being repeated.
  2. A sum of money paid to settle a matter; esp., a sum required to be paid as punishment or penalty for an offense
  3. A finish; end; conclusion: obs. except in in fine (see phrase below)
The departure from electrical neutrality at a point, or in a region, as by the accumulation, or deficit, of electrical particles: more electrons than normal produce a negative charge; fewer, a positive charge
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  1. The departure from electrical neutrality at a point, or in a region, as by the accumulation, or deficit, of electrical particles: more electrons than normal produce a negative charge; fewer, a positive charge
  2. Expense; cost:
  3. The cost or price of an article, service, etc.
A measure of a part with respect to a whole; a proportion:
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  1. A measure of a part with respect to a whole; a proportion:
  2. A charge or payment calculated in relation to a particular sum or quantity:
  3. The cost per unit of a commodity or service:
(Law) An agreement or duty by which one person (the obligor) is legally bound to make payment or perform services for the benefit of another (the obligee)
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  1. (Law) An agreement or duty by which one person (the obligor) is legally bound to make payment or perform services for the benefit of another (the obligee)
  2. The constraining power of a promise, contract, law, or sense of duty:
  3. A binding, formal arrangement or an agreement to a liability to pay a specified amount or to do a certain thing for a person or group of persons. See also duty and liability.
The cost, as in life, labor, sacrifice, etc., of obtaining some benefit or advantage
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  1. The cost, as in life, labor, sacrifice, etc., of obtaining some benefit or advantage
  2. A reward offered for the capture or killing of a person:
  3. The cost at which something is obtained:
Amount of money, time, etc. that is required or used.
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  1. Amount of money, time, etc. that is required or used.
  2. (Law) Charges incurred in bringing litigation, including court fees and charges that may be payable by the losing party, but usually not including attorneys' fees.
  3. An amount paid or required in payment for a purchase; a price.
A payment exacted for a special purpose; an impost or a levy.
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  1. A payment exacted for a special purpose; an impost or a levy.
  2. The right of a debtor who has paid the entirety of a debt owed by her and others to recover the others’ proportionate share of the debt.
  3. A payment made by a co-debtor or joint tortfeasor of her proportionate share of what is due. See also indemnity.
Charges or costs met with in running a business, doing one's work, maintaining property, etc.
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  1. Charges or costs met with in running a business, doing one's work, maintaining property, etc.
  2. An expenditure of money; a cost:
  3. Financial cost; fee; charge
A wrench, twist, or other physical injury resulting from excessive tension, effort, or use.
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  1. A wrench, twist, or other physical injury resulting from excessive tension, effort, or use.
  2. Extreme or laborious effort, exertion, or work.
  3. The extent to which a body is distorted when it is subjected to a deforming force, as when under stress. The distortion can involve a change both in shape and in size. All measures of strain are dimensionless (they have no unit of measure). &diamf3; Axial strain is equal to the ratio between the change in length of an object and its original length. &diamf3; Volume strain is equal to the ratio between the change in volume of an object and its original volume. It is also called bulk strain. &diamf3; Shear strain is equal to the ratio between the amount by which an object is skewed and its length.
A piece of work assigned to or demanded of a person
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  1. A piece of work assigned to or demanded of a person
  2. A function to be performed; an objective:
  3. An undertaking involving labor or difficulty
A troublesome or embarrassing state of affairs, especially of financial affairs:
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  1. A troublesome or embarrassing state of affairs, especially of financial affairs:
  2. Something not easily done, accomplished, comprehended, or solved:
  3. The condition or quality of being difficult:
A burdensome or unfair demand, as upon someone's time:
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  1. A burdensome or unfair demand, as upon someone's time:
  2. The forcing of oneself, one's presence or will, etc. on another or others without right or invitation
  3. The arrangement of printed matter to form a sequence of pages.
An urgent requirement or need:
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  1. An urgent requirement or need:
  2. (Economics) The desire for goods or services in an economy, measured as the amount people are ready to buy at a given price:
  3. A request that some act be done or payment made in accordance with a legal requirement.
To determine the value of something, especially of real estate for property tax purposes. See also appraise.
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  1. To determine the value of something, especially of real estate for property tax purposes. See also appraise.
  2. To set an estimated value on (property, etc.) for taxation
  3. To determine the value, significance, or extent of; appraise.
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 claim as just or due:
  3. To ask for urgently or peremptorily:
To express strong disapproval of
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  1. To express strong disapproval of
  2. To express strong disapproval of or criticize severely, especially in an official capacity:
To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
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  1. To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
  2. To load to capacity; fill:
  3. To excite; rouse:
To speak to in disapproval; rebuke
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  1. To speak to in disapproval; rebuke
  2. To express disapproval of (something done or said); censure
  3. To express disapproval to (someone); criticize:
To accuse of and blame for a fault so as to make feel ashamed; rebuke; reprove
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  1. To accuse of and blame for a fault so as to make feel ashamed; rebuke; reprove
  2. To express disapproval of, criticism of, or disappointment in (someone).
  3. (Rare) To bring shame and disgrace upon; be a cause of discredit to
To hold back the motion or action of, as with a burden; hinder; hamper
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  1. To hold back the motion or action of, as with a burden; hinder; hamper
  2. To load or weigh down, as with claims, debts, etc.; burden
  3. To add a legal claim or other obligation
(Intransitive) to fail due to excessive load
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  1. (Intransitive) to fail due to excessive load
  2. (Computer science) to create different functions for the same name, to be used in different contexts
  3. To provide too much power to a circuit
  1. An appraisal or evaluation.
  2. The act or an instance of assessing
  3. The act of assessing or an amount (of tax, levy or duty etc) assessed.
Active military service:
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  1. Active military service:
  2. The compulsion felt to meet such obligation:
  3. Required action or service:
(Sports) The weight a horse must carry in a handicap race.
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  1. (Sports) The weight a horse must carry in a handicap race.
  2. Something, such as a tax or duty, that is imposed.
  3. A tax; esp., a duty on imported goods
The enlistment, usually compulsory, of personnel, as for military service
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  1. The enlistment, usually compulsory, of personnel, as for military service
  2. The act or process of levying.
  3. The state’s acting of seizing and selling property to satisfy a tax or other liability.
(Informal) Any bill, charge, fare, etc.
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  1. (Informal) Any bill, charge, fare, etc.
  2. A list or system of taxes placed by a government upon exports or, esp., imports
  3. A duty or duties so imposed.
In property law, anything that encumbers or restrict the use or value of land, such as an easement, restrictive covenant, or zoning ordinance. The burden indefinitely binds the current and all future owners until it is extinguished, so it is the land, and the landowner, that is burdened by the encumbrance or restriction. See estate.
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  1. In property law, anything that encumbers or restrict the use or value of land, such as an easement, restrictive covenant, or zoning ordinance. The burden indefinitely binds the current and all future owners until it is extinguished, so it is the land, and the landowner, that is burdened by the encumbrance or restriction. See estate.
  2. The weight of the cargo carried by a vessel at one time.
  3. A source of great worry or stress; weight:
One of a pair of cylindrical stones used in a mill for grinding grain.
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  1. One of a pair of cylindrical stones used in a mill for grinding grain.
  2. Stone used for these, usually a hard sandstone or conglomerate
  3. A heavy burden
Responsibility for an error or fault; blame:
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  1. Responsibility for an error or fault; blame:
  2. Burden of proof
  3. A difficult or unpleasant task, duty, etc.; burden
The force with which an object near the Earth or another celestial body is attracted toward the center of the body by gravity. An object's weight depends on its mass and the strength of the gravitational pull. The weight of an object in an aircraft flying at high altitude is less than its weight at sea level, since the strength of gravity decreases with increasing distance from the Earth's surface. The SI unit of weight is the newton, though units of mass such as grams or kilograms are used more informally to denote the weight of some mass, understood as the force acting on it in a gravitational field with a strength of one G. The pound is also still used as a unit of weight.
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  1. The force with which an object near the Earth or another celestial body is attracted toward the center of the body by gravity. An object's weight depends on its mass and the strength of the gravitational pull. The weight of an object in an aircraft flying at high altitude is less than its weight at sea level, since the strength of gravity decreases with increasing distance from the Earth's surface. The SI unit of weight is the newton, though units of mass such as grams or kilograms are used more informally to denote the weight of some mass, understood as the force acting on it in a gravitational field with a strength of one G. The pound is also still used as a unit of weight.
  2. The greater part; preponderance:
  3. A system of such measures:
(Informal) Something, such as a problem, that causes annoyance or trouble.
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  1. (Informal) Something, such as a problem, that causes annoyance or trouble.
  2. Pain in the head, caused by stimulation of or pressure to any of various structures of the head, such as tissue covering the cranium, cranial nerves, or blood vessels. Headache can be a primary disorder, as in migraine or cluster headaches , or a common symptom associated with head injury or many illnesses such as acute infection, brain tumor or abscess, eye disorders such as glaucoma, dental disease, and hypertension.
  3. (Informal) A cause of worry, annoyance, or trouble
To put a burden on; load; weigh down; oppress
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  1. To put a burden on; load; weigh down; oppress
  2. To load or overload.
  3. To cause difficulty or distress to; distress or oppress.
(Electricity) To cause formation of a net electric charge on or in (a conductor, for example).
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  1. (Electricity) To cause formation of a net electric charge on or in (a conductor, for example).
  2. To hold financially liable; demand payment from:
  3. (--- Sports) To bump (an opponent) so as to knock off balance or gain control of the ball, as in soccer.
To hinder by obstruction or interference; hamper
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  1. To hinder by obstruction or interference; hamper
  2. To burden in a troublesome way
  3. (Dated) To slow down, to hinder, to burden.
To hold back the motion or action of, as with a burden; hinder; hamper
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  1. To hold back the motion or action of, as with a burden; hinder; hamper
  2. To add a legal claim or other obligation
  3. To load or weigh down, as with claims, debts, etc.; burden
To transport as or send by freight
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  1. To transport as or send by freight
  2. To load with freight
  3. To load; burden
To burden or oppress; weigh down.
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  1. To burden or oppress; weigh down.
  2. To load with or as if with cargo.
  3. To load
(Games) To make (dice) heavier on one side by adding weight.
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  1. (Games) To make (dice) heavier on one side by adding weight.
  2. To weigh down with or as with a heavy load; burden; oppress
  3. The resistance, weight, or power drain sustained by a machine or electrical circuit.
To load or encumber, as with a burden
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  1. To load or encumber, as with a burden
  2. To get into a saddle; mount a horse. Often used with up.
  3. To load or burden; encumber:
To treat (thread or fabric) with a solution of metallic salts, in order to increase its weight
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  1. To treat (thread or fabric) with a solution of metallic salts, in order to increase its weight
  2. (Sports) To assign to (a horse) the weight it must carry as a handicap in a race.
  3. (Statistics) To assign a weight to in a frequency distribution
(--- Baseball) To cause (a run or runner) to be scored by batting. Often used with in.
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  1. (--- Baseball) To cause (a run or runner) to be scored by batting. Often used with in.
  2. To carry through vigorously to a conclusion:
  3. To traverse in a vehicle:
(Archaic) To subject to strain or hardship:
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  1. (Archaic) To subject to strain or hardship:
  2. To assign a task to or impose a task on:
  3. To assign a task to; require or demand a piece of work of
To make productive; cultivate:
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  1. To make productive; cultivate:
  2. To bring to a specified condition by gradual or repeated effort or work:
  3. To function; operate:
To judicially or publicly charge one with a criminal offense.
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  1. To judicially or publicly charge one with a criminal offense.
  2. To formally institute a legal action against a person or corporation wherein they are charged with committing a crime.
  3. To charge with a shortcoming or error.
To officially charge someone in a court of law.
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  1. To officially charge someone in a court of law.
  2. To call to account; accuse:
  3. (Law) To call (an accused person) before a criminal court to hear and answer the charge made against him or her.
To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
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  1. To add an electrical charge to (a battery, etc.)
  2. To load to capacity; fill:
  3. To excite; rouse:
(Obs.) To announce, esp. in a menacing way
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  1. (Obs.) To announce, esp. in a menacing way
  2. To accuse publicly; inform against
  3. To give formal notice of the ending of (a treaty, armistice, etc.)
To accuse of a crime or other wrongful act.
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  1. To accuse of a crime or other wrongful act.
  2. To cause to appear guilty of a crime or fault; implicate:
  3. To charge with a crime; accuse
To accuse of wrongdoing or criticize severely:
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  1. To accuse of wrongdoing or criticize severely:
  2. To charge with the commission of a crime; esp., to make a formal accusation against on the basis of positive legal evidence
  3. (Law) To charge (a party) by indictment.
To remind (someone) of something forgotten or disregarded, as an obligation or a responsibility.
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  1. To remind (someone) of something forgotten or disregarded, as an obligation or a responsibility.
  2. To inform or remind, by way of a warning
  3. To counsel (another) against something to be avoided or warn (that something is dangerous):
To punish or rebuke severely.
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  1. To punish or rebuke severely.
  2. To punish or rebuke severely, esp. by harsh public criticism
To scold or condemn sharply
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  1. To scold or condemn sharply
  2. To punish, as for wrongdoing.
  3. To punish, esp. by beating
To express disapproval.
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  1. To express disapproval.
  2. To scold mildly so as to correct or improve; reprimand:
  3. To scold; now, usually, to reprove mildly
To perform rap music.
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  1. To perform rap music.
  2. To perform rap or a rap
  3. To utter sharply:
(Obs.) To force back
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  1. (Obs.) To force back
  2. To blame or scold in a sharp way; reprimand
  3. To express sharp criticism regarding (an act, for example):
To rebuke severely or formally
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  1. To rebuke severely or formally
  2. To reprove (someone) severely, especially in a formal or official way.
To accuse of and blame for a fault so as to make feel ashamed; rebuke; reprove
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  1. To accuse of and blame for a fault so as to make feel ashamed; rebuke; reprove
  2. To express disapproval of, criticism of, or disappointment in (someone).
  3. To disgrace, or bring shame upon someone.
To express disapproval of (something done or said); censure
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  1. To express disapproval of (something done or said); censure
  2. To express disapproval to (someone); criticize:
  3. To speak to in disapproval; rebuke
To reprimand or criticize harshly and usually angrily.
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  1. To reprimand or criticize harshly and usually angrily.
  2. To express harsh or angry disapproval to someone.
  3. To use abusive language habitually
To rebuke severely or bitterly; censure sharply
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  1. To rebuke severely or bitterly; censure sharply
  2. To reprove sharply; reproach.
(Idiomatic) To have a serious argument accompanied with shouting.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To have a serious argument accompanied with shouting.
  2. (Idiomatic) To deliver a loud, hard scolding or lecture; to reprimand.
To beat soundly; thrash
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  1. To beat soundly; thrash
  2. To scold, reprimand or criticize harshly.
  3. (Dated) To give a thrashing to; to beat severely.
(Idiomatic, US) To lecture, scold, reprimand, or rebuke.
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