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     1  ~ 2014 oct 05i have learnt' Learnt ' or ' learned '? - Oxford Dictionaries' Learnt ' is more common in British English, and ' learned ' in American English. There are a number of
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04center uk englishBritish and American spelling - Oxford DictionariesBritish and American spelling - Language reference content from Oxford. Help with language usage, grammar ... British , US. centre , center . fibre, fiber. litre, liter.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02me and i'I' or ' me '? - Oxford Dictionaries (US)The two personal pronouns I and me are often used wrongly, usually in sentences in which I is being used with another noun. Here are some tips to help you get ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 01translate conditioncondition : translation of condition in English in Oxford dictionary Translate condition from French to English. Oxford French-English dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 01can not or cannot' Cannot ' or ' can not '? - Oxford Dictionaries (US)Both cannot and can not are acceptable spellings, but the first is much more usual. You would use can not when the 'not' forms part of another construction such ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 30correct english grammer to hang something uphang : definition of hang in Oxford dictionary ( British & World English )Definition of hang in British and World English in Oxford dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 30cuffed trousers with oxfordscuff : definition of cuff in Oxford dictionary (American English) (US)Definition of cuff in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation ... Get more examples. 1.2North American The turned-up end of a trouser leg.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 30track down spot pinpointpinpoint : definition of pinpoint in Oxford Dictionaries (American identify, determine, distinguish, discover, find , locate , detect, track down , spot , diagnose, recognize, pin down, home in on, put one's finger on ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 30our charwomancharwoman - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of charwoman in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and ... ×We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 30oxford dictionary lookuplookup - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of lookup in American English in Oxford dictionary . Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content (US) .
     1  ~ 2014 sep 30squiggle ensquiggle : definición de squiggle en Oxford Dictionaries (Inglés squiggle definición y significado de Oxford University Press.
     1  +1 2014 sep 30prova generaleprova generale - Oxford DictionariesTranslate prova generale from Italian to English. Oxford Italian-English dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation.
     1  +1 2014 sep 29kismet oxfordkismet - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of kismet in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 29principle vs principalPrinciple or principal ? | OxfordWords blogIt's very easy to confuse these two words. Although they sound the same when they're spoken, their meanings are quite different. Here are two ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 27dejando un reguero de sangrereguero - Oxford Dictionaries1 (rastro) trail iba dejando un reguero de sangre he left a trail of blood as he went correr or difundirse como un reguero de pólvora to spread like wildfire.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 27number of people'A number of people is' or 'a number of people are'? - Oxford Although the expression 'a number' is strictly singular, the phrase 'a number of'' is used with ... The number of people here has increased since this morning.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 27grammer to contradictcontradiction - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of contradiction in American English in Oxford dictionary. ... Modern American Usage, New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors, Grammar & usage.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 27dress indress : definition of dress in Oxford dictionary (American English) (US)Definition of dress in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 26kollekte blogKollekte : pronunciation in English in Oxford dictionaryPronounce Kollekte in English. How do you say Kollekte ? English pronunciation in Oxford dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 26inquire'Enquire' or ' inquire '? - Oxford DictionariesIn practice, however, enquire (and enquiry) is more common in British English while inquire (and inquiry) is more common in US English, but otherwise there is  ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 26in grammar to contradictDefinition of contradiction in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 25faltering careerfalter : definition of falter in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of falter in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. ... the music faltered, stopped, and started up again (as adjective faltering) his faltering career . falterDefinition of falter in American English in Oxford dictionary ...More results from oxforddictionaries.com »
     1  ~ 2014 sep 25byzantine englishByzantine - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of Byzantine in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  +1 2014 sep 24parochial mindsetparochial - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of parochial in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 24oxford phrasebookphrase book - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of phrase book in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 23asl oxfordASL : definition of ASL in Oxford dictionary (American English) (US)Definition of ASL in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content (US) .
     1  +1 2014 sep 23predate on animalpredate - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of predate in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning ... (Of an animal ) act as a predator of; catch and eat (prey). More example ...
     1  +37 2014 sep 22to our rosterroster : definition of roster in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of roster in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. ... By continuing to use our website, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. You can change ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 22french usernameusername : translation of username in French in Oxford dictionary Translate username from English to French . Oxford English- French dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 22un jeujeu - Oxford Dictionaries1le jeu play un jeu a game faire un jeu to play a game par jeu for fun entrer en jeu to come into the picture se prendre or se piquer au jeu to get hooked mettre en ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 22define practisepractise : definition of practise in Oxford dictionary (British & World Definition of practise in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content. ‎Practice - ‎Practise what one preaches - ‎Practised - ‎Play or sing or practise scales
     1  +100 2014 sep 22david foster wallace vocabularyNext post: Infinite vocabulary : the language of David Foster WallaceThough the late David Foster Wallace was an internationally renowned author of fiction and non-fiction, many of his readers and even some of ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 21munsi gamesMunsi : definition of Munsi in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of Munsi in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  +1 2014 sep 21cannot or can not' Cannot' or 'can not '? - Oxford Dictionaries
     1  ~ 2014 sep 21to whom does'Who' or ' whom '? - Oxford DictionariesSome people do still follow these rules but there are many more who never use whom at all. Common practice in current English is to use who in all contexts, i.e.  ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 21tinktinkietinktinkie - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of tinktinkie in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 20have retimedretime : definition of retime in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of retime in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. ... Set a different time for: management would have retimed jobs and cut the piece rates.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 20primal behaviourprimal : definition of primal in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)1.1 Psychology Relating to or denoting the needs, fears, or behaviour that are postulated (especially in Freudian theory) to form the origins of emotional life: he  ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 19squitsquit : definition of squit in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of squit in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 18what's meant by gaining tractiontraction : definition of traction in Oxford dictionary (British & World 3The extent to which an idea, product, etc. gains popularity or acceptance: analysts predicted that the technology would rapidly gain traction in the corporate  ...
     1  +3 2014 sep 18polipielpolipiel - Oxford DictionariesTranslate polipiel from Spanish to English. Oxford Spanish-English dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation (US).
     1  ~ 2014 sep 18grammar to contradict
     1  +6 2014 sep 18narrow her eyesnarrow - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of narrow in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. ... with object ] : she narrowed her eyes at him suspiciously [ no object ] : her eyes narrowed ...
     1  +10 2014 sep 18pick sb uppick someone up - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of pick someone up in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference ...
     1  +2 2014 sep 18oxford english dictionary for mobileOxford Dictionary apps - Oxford Dictionaries (US)Dictionary . From Mobile Systems ... Bundles. Concise Oxford English Dictionary and Thesaurus · Oxford Dictionary of English and Concise Oxford Thesaurus.
     1  +2 2014 sep 18peril meaningperil : definition of peril in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of peril in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning , pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  +2 2014 sep 18luxurious means articlesluxurious : definition of luxurious in Oxford dictionary (American Definition of luxurious in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning , pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content (US) .
     1  ~ 2014 sep 18footpath language meaningfootpath : definition of footpath in Oxford dictionary (British & World Definition of footpath in British and World English in Oxford dictionary . Meaning , pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  +1 2014 sep 18blog de criollismocriollismo : definition of criollismo in Oxford dictionary (Spanish)Definition of criollismo in Spanish in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 17tiar 1947impacto en américa latinatirar - Oxford Dictionaries1.2 (desechar, deshacerse de) to throw out o/or away todo esto es para tirar all ... 6 ( América Latina /Latin America) (atrayendo hacia sí) to pull tiró la cadena he ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 17among vs amongst' Among ' or ' amongst '? - Oxford Dictionaries (US)Among is the earlier word of this pair: according to the Oxford English Dictionary, it first appeared in Old English. The variant form, amongst , is a later ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 17w double' w ' pronounced ' double u' rather than ' double v'? - Oxford DictionariesHowever, this had no letter suitable for representing the speech sound / w / which ... The name double -u recalls the former identity of u and v, which you can also ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 17email skimmingskim : definition of skim in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of skim in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 17world analphabetic dayanalphabetic - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of analphabetic in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 17can not vs cannot' Cannot ' or ' can not '? - Oxford Dictionaries
     1  ~ 2014 sep 17cocinacocina - Oxford DictionariesTranslate cocina from Spanish to English. Oxford Spanish-English dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation. ‎Cocina de campaña - ‎Cocina de gas - ‎Alta cocina - ‎Cocina económica
     1  +1 2014 sep 17clarion callclarion call - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of clarion call in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  +6 2014 sep 16inception meaninginception : definition of inception in Oxford dictionary (British & World Definition of inception in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning , pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16differently ableddifferently abled - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of differently abled in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16american monolithmonolith : definition of monolith in Oxford dictionary ( American Definition of monolith in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content ( US ) .
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16unbannunban - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of unban in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 16how do youy spell boletebolete : definition of bolete in Oxford dictionary (American English) (US)Definition of bolete in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content (US) .
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16trippletripple : definition of tripple in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of tripple in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  +1 2014 sep 16grotgrot : definition of grot in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of grot in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  +1 2014 sep 16italina socksock : translation of sock in Italian in Oxford dictionary (English- Italian )Translate sock from English to Italian . Oxford English- Italian dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 16use which or that'That' or 'which'? - Oxford Dictionaries×We use cookies to enhance your experience on our website. .... be introduced by which, whose, who, or whom, but you should never use that to introduce them. ‎'Learnt' or 'learned'? - ‎'These' or 'those'? - ‎'I' or 'me'? - ‎'That' or 'which'? - Oxford ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 15in a bunchbunch : definition of bunch in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of bunch in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 15puke inpuke : definition of puke in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of puke in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 15تعريف العلمscience : definition of science in Oxford dictionary (British & World Definition of science in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 15تعریف پاییزfall : definition of fall in Oxford dictionary (American English) (US)Definition of fall in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content (US).
     1  ~ 2014 sep 15pinion oworldpinion : definition of pinion in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of pinion in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  +2 2014 sep 15priseprise : definition of prise in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of prise in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 14run uprun - up - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of run - up in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 14goodsteadstand someone in good stead - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of stand someone in good stead in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 14alito on italiansalito : translation of alito in English in Oxford dictionary ( Italian -English)Translate alito from Italian to English. Oxford Italian -English dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation.
     1  +1 2014 sep 14favouritefavourite - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of favourite in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content. ‎Unfavourite - ‎Favourite son - ‎English Synonyms
     1  ~ 2014 sep 14staff oxford dictionarystaff : definition of staff in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of staff in British and World English in Oxford dictionary . Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content. staffDefinition of staff in American English in Oxford dictionary
     1  ~ 2014 sep 14french for herehere : translation of here in French in Oxford dictionary (English Translate here from English to French . Oxford English- French dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation.
     1  +1 2014 sep 14french for meme : translation of me in French in Oxford dictionary (English- French )Translate me from English to French . Oxford English- French dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation.
     1  +1 2014 sep 14enquiry or inquiry' Enquire' or 'inquire '? - Oxford Dictionaries (US)The traditional distinction between enquire and inquire is that enquire is to be ...
     1  +1 2014 sep 14idol meaningidol : definition of idol in Oxford dictionary (British & World English)Definition of idol in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning , pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 14tinkerers and takeout critics menaingtinker : definition of tinker in Oxford dictionary (American English) (US)Definition of tinker in American English in Oxford dictionary . Meaning , pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content (US) .
     1  +1 2014 sep 14chimera adjectivechimera - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of chimera in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning ... chimeric . Pronunciation: /-ˈmɛrɪk/. adjective . More example sentences.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 14me in frenchme: translation of me in French in Oxford dictionary (English-French)
     1  +4 2014 sep 14warenkorbWarenkorb - Oxford DictionariesTranslate Warenkorb from German to English. Oxford German-English dictionary with phrases, examples and pronunciation (US).
     1  ~ 2014 sep 13unelectedunelected - Oxford DictionariesDefinition of unelected in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content.
     1  ~ 2014 sep 13red de blog englishred : translation of red in English in Oxford dictionary (Spanish 2 ( de comunicaciones, emisoras) network; ( de comercios, empresas) chain, network red de carreteras/ferrocarriles network of roads/railways red hotelera hotel ...
     1  ~ 2014 sep 13awaiting your response modern englishawait : definition of await in Oxford dictionary ( British & World English )Definition of await in British and World English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning
     1  ~ 2014 sep 13rejectinreject: definition of reject in Oxford dictionary (American English) (US)Definition of reject in American English in Oxford dictionary. Meaning, pronunciation and example sentences. English to English reference content (US) .
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