Part of speech:
a large number or amount
To force, press, or squeeze (something) into an insufficient or barely sufficient space; stuff.
To crush or bruise:
To pack or join firmly together
To fill up with items:
(Computers) To encode (data) to minimize the space required for storage or transmittal:
To form a wrinkle or wrinkles in, as by contracting; pucker; crease
To turn, or have the face turned, toward a specified thing or person, or in a specified direction
To go about on foot.
(Dial.) A large amount; great deal
(--- Poker, etc.) All the money bet at a single time; pool; kitty
An abundant amount, especially of money.
A disorderly or confused collection or mass of things; jumble; hodgepodge
A musical setting of certain parts of the Mass, especially the Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, and Agnus Dei.
(Informal) Treatment received:
The quantity of anything made in one operation or lot
A spark plug.
A piece of chewing tobacco.
A usually closable bag used for carrying keys, a wallet, and other personal items, especially by women; a handbag.
Extensive amounts of material possessions or money; wealth.
A dense clump, especially of trees or bushes.
A person or thing that stops or causes a stoppage
A cylindrical mass of something
An irregularly shaped mass or piece.
Something inserted or intended for insertion, as a picture or chart into written material.
A lump; mass
(Informal) A large amount; a lot:
A bat is defined as a mammal who flies with the use of wings, is active at night, eats insects and/or fruit, and can see in the dark but mostly finds its way through the use of echolocation.
A halt or stay, as on a trip:
Upholstery is defined as the fabric and stuffing used to add padding to furniture, or the business of covering furniture with fabric.
The definition of a bushel is a U.S. measure used for dry goods that is equal to 64 pints, or a British measure for dry goods and liquids that is equal to 8 imperial gallons, or an informal way of saying a large amount.
(Software engineering, UML) The number of instances that can occur on a given end of a relationship, including 0..1, 1, 0..* or *, and 1..*.
A million (unspecified but understood) monetary units, as dollars, pounds, francs, etc.
A chunk; lump; hunk
(--- Math.) An aliquot part
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