thefreedictionary.com

Please wait for loading...




      (>100000):

    /
     1  +3 2014 oct 05band link exchangeExchange Rate Band - Financial Dictionary - The Free DictionaryThe range of exchange rates a central bank allows its currency to take. Exchange rate bands are used when one currency links its value to that of another ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 05let me shed lightshed light on - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of shed light on in the Idioms Dictionary. shed light on phrase. What does ... Remember Me ... Let's see if Ann can throw any light on this question.
     1  +7 2014 oct 05more to comeMore to Come - What does MTK stand for?Acronym, Definition. MTK, More to Come (journalism). MTK, Masked Target Kill. MTK, Measurement Table Kit. MTK, Main-Taunus-Kreis (German district).
     1  ~ 2014 oct 05high demand forin great demand - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of in great demand in the Idioms Dictionary. in great demand phrase. What does in great demand expression mean? Definitions by ... in high dudgeon.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 05to talk abouttalk about - definition of talk about by The Free Dictionary2. used informally and often ironically to add emphasis to a statement: all his plays have such ridiculous plots - talk about good drama!. 3. know what one is ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 05know the drillknow the drill - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of know the drill in the Idioms Dictionary. know the drill phrase. What does know the drill expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +5 2014 oct 05how u doingHow you doing ? - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of How you doing ? in the Idioms Dictionary. How you doing ? phrase. What does How you doing ? expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 05to touch basetouch base - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of touch base in the Idioms Dictionary. touch base phrase. What does touch base expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04on a tangentgo off on a tangent - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of go off on a tangent in the Idioms Dictionary. go off on a tangent phrase. What does go off on a tangent expression mean? Definitions by the largest ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04dinner is servedDinner is served - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of Dinner is served in the Idioms Dictionary. Dinner is served phrase. What does Dinner is served expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04on the ballon the ball - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of on the ball in the Idioms Dictionary. on the ball phrase. What does on the ball expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +1 2014 oct 04down the pandown the pan - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of down the pan in the Idioms Dictionary. down the pan phrase. What does down the pan expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04sleep like a logsleep like a log - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of sleep like a log in the Idioms Dictionary. sleep like a log phrase. What does sleep like a log expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04first of allfirst of all - definition of first of all by The Free DictionaryAdv. 1. first of all - before anything else; "first we must consider the garter snake". first, first off, firstly, foremost. Based on WordNet 3.0, Farlex clipart collection.
     1  +5 2014 oct 04american express auto entrepreneurAuto - Entrepreneur - What does AE stand for?Acronym, Definition. AE, After Effects (Adobe software). AE, American Eagle. AE, American Express . AE, Auto Exposure. AE, Architecture Engineering.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04tip the scalestip the scales - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of tip the scales in the Idioms Dictionary. tip the scales phrase. What does tip the scales expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04to give awaygive away - definition of give away by The Free Dictionaryv. gave (g v), giv·en (g v n), giv·ing, gives . v.tr. 1. To make a present of: We gave her flowers for her birthday. 2. To place in the hands of; pass: Give me the ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04bill of goodsbill of goods - definition of bill of goods by The Free DictionaryInformal A plan, promise, or offer, especially one that is dishonest or misleading: " The salesman himself . . . is often depicted as the ultimate sucker, who has ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04at first glanceat first glance - Idioms by The Free DictionaryI feel like a new man; and although at first glance I might be mistaken for a Safety Deposit Vault, I beg you to remember that my Brains are still composed of the ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04on a dieton a diet - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of on a diet in the Idioms Dictionary. on a diet phrase. What does on a diet expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04cross to beara cross to bear - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of a cross to bear in the Idioms Dictionary. a cross to bear phrase. What does a cross to bear expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04by the ballshave by the balls - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of have by the balls in the Idioms Dictionary. have by the balls phrase. What does have by the balls expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04a pros prosapropos - definition of apropos by The Free DictionaryBeing at once opportune and to the point. See Synonyms at relevant. adv. 1. At an appropriate time; opportunely. 2. By the way; incidentally: Apropos, where ... ‎Malapropos - ‎Apropos of - ‎Apropos - ‎Apropos of Nothing
     1  +1 2014 oct 04placing an orderplace an order - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of place an order in the Idioms Dictionary. place an order phrase. What does place an order expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04con un plusplus - significado de plus diccionarioSignificado de plus diccionario. traducir plus significado plus traducción de plus ... En la posada nos trataron con un plus de amabilidad por ser extranjeros. ‎Plusvalía - ‎Plusmarquista - ‎Plus - ‎Plusmarca
     1  +1 2014 oct 04cast a spellcast a spell - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of cast a spell in the Idioms Dictionary. cast a spell phrase. What does cast a spell expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04winning by all accountsby all accounts - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of by all accounts in the Idioms Dictionary. by all accounts phrase. What does by all accounts expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04on a stringon a string - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of on a string in the Idioms Dictionary. on a string phrase. What does on a string expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 04grease the railsgrease the skids - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of grease the skids in the Idioms Dictionary. grease the skids phrase. What does grease the skids expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  +1 2014 oct 03bands link exchange
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03figment of your imaginationa figment of imagination - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of a figment of imagination in the Idioms Dictionary. a figment of imagination phrase. ... a figment of your imagination also a figment of the imagination.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03pose a questionpose a question - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of pose a question in the Idioms Dictionary. pose a question phrase. What does pose a question expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03hanging on by fingernailscling hang on by fingernails - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of cling hang on by fingernails in the Idioms Dictionary. cling hang on by fingernails phrase. What does cling hang on by fingernails expression mean?
     1  +1 2014 oct 03hook line sinkerhook , line , and sinker - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of hook , line , and sinker in the Idioms Dictionary. hook , line , and sinker phrase. What does hook , line , and sinker expression mean? Definitions by the ...
     1  +3 2014 oct 03i give youI give you - definition of I give you by The Free Dictionary
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03play a roleplay a role in - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of play a role in in the Idioms Dictionary. play a role in phrase. What does play a role in expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +1 2014 oct 03in touch within touch with - Idioms by The Free DictionaryThe many hours he was not with Ruth he devoted to the "Love-cycle," to reading at home, or to the public reading-rooms, where he got more closely in touch with  ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03to bill and coobill and coo - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of bill and coo in the Idioms Dictionary. bill and coo phrase. What does bill and coo expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +1 2014 oct 03in the businessin the business of - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of in the business of in the Idioms Dictionary. in the business of phrase. What does in the business of expression mean? Definitions by the largest ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03trustee self dealingSelf - Dealing legal definition of Self - DealingSelf - Dealing . The conduct of a trustee , an attorney, or other fiduciary that consists of taking advantage of his or her position in a transaction and acting for his or ...
     1  +1 2014 oct 03down the draindown the drain - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of down the drain in the Idioms Dictionary. down the drain phrase. What does down the drain expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03years of ageDoubt: " years of age "? - English Vocabulary - English - The Free I read the expression "He was fifteen years of age " at a book and I found that very strange. Wouldn't it be correct to say "fifteen years old"?
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03knock their socks offknock socks off - Idioms by The Free Dictionaryto completely surprise or please you very much The magazine is beautiful and combines color and unusual design in a way that knocks your socks off .
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03ring a bellring a bell - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of ring a bell in the Idioms Dictionary. ring a bell phrase. What does ring a bell expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +1 2014 oct 03middle school level dictionarymiddle school - definition of middle school by The Free DictionaryA school at a level between elementary and high school , typically including grades five through eight. The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English ...
     1  +2 2014 oct 03babes in uniformuniform - definition of uniform by The Free DictionaryA distinctive outfit intended to identify those who wear it as members of a specific group. 2. One set of such an outfit. tr.v. u·ni·formed, u·ni·form·ing, u·ni·forms. 1. ‎Uniformitarianism - ‎Uniformiert - ‎Uniformise - ‎Uniformi'tarian
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03all time favoriteall - time - definition of all - time by The Free DictionaryTranslations of all-time. all-time synonyms, all-time antonyms. Information about ... 2. regarded as such in its entire history: an all - time favorite song. [1910–15]. ‎All-Time Best - ‎All-Time Favorite - ‎All-Time Diamond Kings - ‎All-Time Fan Favorites
     1  +2 2014 oct 03what is weirdweird - definition of weird by The Free DictionaryOf, relating to, or suggestive of the preternatural or supernatural. 2. Of a strikingly odd or unusual character; strange. 3. Archaic Of or relating to fate or the Fates. ‎Weirdo - ‎Weirdly - ‎Weirder - ‎Weirdest
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03at all timesat all times - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of at all times in the Idioms Dictionary. at all times phrase. What does at all times expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +4 2014 oct 03what is prospectprospects - definition of prospects by The Free DictionaryThe direction in which an object, such as a building, faces; an outlook. 5. Something presented to the eye; a scene: a pleasant prospect . 6. The act of surveying ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03at the expense ofat the expense of - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of at the expense of in the Idioms Dictionary. at the expense of phrase. What does at the expense of expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  +1 2014 oct 03practice what you preachPractice what you preach - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of Practice what you preach in the Idioms Dictionary. Practice what you preach phrase. What does Practice what you preach expression mean?
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03similia similibus curantursimilia similibus curantur - Medical Dictionary - The Free Dictionarysimilia similibus curantur /si·mi·lia si·mi·li·bus cu·ran·tur/ (sĭ-mĭ´le-ah sĭ-mĭ´lĭ-bus ku-ran´tur) [L. “likes are cured by likes”] the doctrine, which lies at the foundation  ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03take a looktake a look - definition of take a look by The Free DictionaryVerb, 1. take a look - look at with attention; "Have a look at this!"; "Get a load of this pretty woman!" get a load, have a look · look - perceive with attention; direct ... ‎Take a look at - ‎Take a look for - ‎Take a Look Around - ‎Take A Look! Foundation
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03most sought aftersought - after - definition of sought - after by The Free DictionaryAdj. 1. sought-after - being searched for; "the most sought-after item was the silver candelabrum". sought · wanted - desired or wished for or sought; "couldn't ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03on the marketon the market - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of on the market in the Idioms Dictionary. on the market phrase. What does on the market expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03hands on deckall hands on deck - Idioms by The Free DictionaryAs soon as the boche and his guard were aboard again, I called all hands on deck , including von Schoenvorts, and there I explained to them that the time had  ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03at the helmat the helm - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of at the helm in the Idioms Dictionary. at the helm phrase. What does at the helm expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +1 2014 oct 03going through the motionsgo through the motions - Idioms by The Free DictionaryFig. to make a feeble effort to do something; to do something insincerely or in cursory fashion. Jane isn't doing her best. She's just going through the motions .
     1  ~ 2014 oct 03sink or swimsink or swim - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of sink or swim in the Idioms Dictionary. sink or swim phrase. What does sink or swim expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +1 2014 oct 02stay in contactstay in touch - Idioms by The Free DictionaryBy using the PVA, the user is able to stay in touch with work at the office by managing and obtaining phone messages, email, calendars, contacts, tasks, and  ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02wax and wanewax and wane - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of wax and wane in the Idioms Dictionary. wax and wane phrase. What does wax and wane expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  +4 2014 oct 02nice to hearglad to hear it - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of glad to hear it in the Idioms Dictionary. glad to hear it phrase. What does glad to hear it expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02course of actioncourse of action - definition of course of action by The Free DictionaryAny sequence of activities that an individual or unit may follow. 2. A possible plan open to an individual or commander that would accomplish, or is related to the ... ‎Course of action - ‎Course - ‎COA - ‎Course of Action Analysis
     1  +1 2014 oct 02rss directory freeDirectory of RSS Feeds - The Free DictionaryRSS directory - directory of RSS and Atom feeds for The Free Dictionary customizable homepage. Free access.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02count me outcount me out - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of count me out in the Idioms Dictionary. count me out phrase. What does count me out expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02feast or faminefeast or famine - Idioms by The Free DictionaryThe fourth quarter of 2003 continued to be feast or famine for the assisted living industry, according to the newest Key Financial Indicators[TM] report from the ...
     1  +1 2014 oct 02just in casejust in case - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of just in case in the Idioms Dictionary. just in case phrase. What does just in case expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02time is upTime is up - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of Time is up in the Idioms Dictionary. Time is up phrase. What does Time is up expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +3 2014 oct 02lump sum settlementsLump - Sum Settlement - Legal Dictionary - The Free DictionaryLump - Sum Settlement . The payment of an entire debt all at once rather than in installments; the payment of a set amount of money to satisfy a pecuniary ...
     1  +2 2014 oct 02please feel freefeel free - Idioms by The Free Dictionaryto feel like one is permitted to do something or take something. Please feel free to stay for dinner. If you see something you want in the refrigerator, please feel ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02you own oneI owe you one - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of I owe you one in the Idioms Dictionary. I owe you one phrase. What does I owe you one expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  +1 2014 oct 02meaning of fashion handbagshandbag - definition of handbag by The Free Dictionary(Clothing & Fashion ) Also called: bag , purse (US and Canadian) or pocketbook ( chiefly US)a woman's small bag carried to contain personal articles. 2. (Clothing  ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02a long shota long shot - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of a long shot in the Idioms Dictionary. a long shot phrase. What does a long shot expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02minds think alikeGreat minds think alike - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of Great minds think alike in the Idioms Dictionary. Great minds think alike phrase. What does Great minds think alike expression mean? Definitions by  ...
     1  +2 2014 oct 02in favor ofin favor of - Idioms by The Free DictionaryBut worse still: that he may bear down every argument in favor of these poems, he triumphantly drags forward a passage, in his abomination with which he ...
     1  +1 2014 oct 02on the lookouton the lookout - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of on the lookout in the Idioms Dictionary. on the lookout phrase. What does on the lookout expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02in the first placein the first place - Idioms by The Free DictionaryEdna Pontellier could not have told why, wishing to go to the beach with Robert, she should in the first place have declined, and in the second place have ...
     1  +1 2014 oct 02take the timetake the time - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of take the time in the Idioms Dictionary. take the time phrase. What does take the time expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +1 2014 oct 02waiting in the wingsbe waiting in the wings - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of be waiting in the wings in the Idioms Dictionary. be waiting in the wings phrase. What does be waiting in the wings expression mean? Definitions by ...
     1  +1 2014 oct 02never a dull momentnever a dull moment - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of never a dull moment in the Idioms Dictionary. never a dull moment phrase. What does never a dull moment expression mean? Definitions by the ...
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02at its bestat its best - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of at its best in the Idioms Dictionary. at its best phrase. What does at its best expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +2 2014 oct 02see you soonsee you soon - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of see you soon in the Idioms Dictionary. see you soon phrase. What does see you soon expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  +1 2014 oct 02play your cards rightplay cards right - Idioms by The Free DictionaryFig. to work or negotiate correctly and skillfully. If you play your cards right , you can get whatever you want. She didn't play her cards well, and she ended up with  ...
     1  +2 2014 oct 02on the cuspon the cusp - Idioms by The Free DictionaryDefinition of on the cusp in the Idioms Dictionary. on the cusp phrase. What does on the cusp expression mean? Definitions by the largest Idiom Dictionary.
     1  ~ 2014 oct 02at the momentat the moment - definition of at the moment by The Free DictionaryA specific point in time, especially the present time: He is not here at the moment . 3. A particular period of importance, influence, or significance in a series of ...
    1 2 of 1000 pages