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kalem [ muški rod ]

Drveni valjčić za namotavanje konca;
Trska za pisanje na Istoku (pero i držalje); kalam.

bobbin [ imenica {odevanje} ]
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ETYM French bobine; of uncertain origin; cf. Latin bombus a humming, from the noise it makes, or Irish and Gael. baban tassel, or Eng. bob.
Around which thread or tape or film or other flexible materials can be wound; SYN. spool, reel.

coil [ imenica ]
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ETYM Of Celtic origin; cf. Gael. goil fume, rage.
A round shape formed by a series of concentric circles; SYN. whorl, roll, curl, curlicue, ringlet, gyre, scroll.
Something wound in a continuous series of loops; SYN. spiral, volute, whorl, helix.
Tubing that is wound in a spiral.
A transformer that supplies high voltage to spark plugs in a gasoline engine.
A spiral of insulated wire that introduces inductance into a circuit.
A contraceptive device placed inside a woman's womb.

cotton reel [ imenica ]
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entrails [ N/A ]
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ETYM French entrailles, Late Lat. intralia, intranea, from interaneum, pl. interanea, intestine, interaneus inward, interior, from inter between, among, within. Related to Internal.
The internal parts of animal bodies; the bowels; the guts; viscera; intestines.
The internal parts.

quill [ imenica ]
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ETYM Perhaps from French quille ninepin (see Kayless); but cf. also German kiel a quill. Mid. High Germ. kil, and Irish cuille a quill.
A bird's feather made into a pen for writing; SYN. quill pen.
A stiff hollow protective spine on a porcupine or hedgehog.
The hollow shaft of a feather; SYN. calamus, shaft.

reel [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

(Homonym: real).
A revolving spool with a handle; attached to a fishing rod.
A roll of photographic film holding a series of frames to be projected by a movie projector.
A lively dance of Scottish highlanders; marked by circular moves and gliding steps; SYN. Scottish reel.
Music composed for dancing a reel.
Lively dance of the Scottish Highlands.
In cinema, a plastic or metal spool used for winding and storing film. As the size of reels became standardized it came to refer to the running time of the film: a standard 35-mm reel holds 3m/9ft of film, which runs for ten minutes when projected at frames per second; hence a “two-reeler” was a film lasting minutes. Today’s projectors, however, hold bigger reels.

scion [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Fren. cion, French scion, probably from scier to saw, from Latin secare to cut. Related to Section.
A descendent or heir.
Young member of family; shoot of plant, especially taken for grafting.

sheave [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

Grooved wheel or pulley (as of a pulley block)

slip [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

ETYM as. slipe, slip.
An accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall; SYN. trip.
An inadvertent mistake; SYN. slipup, miscue.
The act of avoiding capture (especially by cunning); SYN. elusion, eluding.
A young and slender person.
A small piece of paper; SYN. slip of paper.
A flight maneuver; aircraft slides sideways in the air; SYN. sideslip.
Potter's clay that is thinned and used for coating or decorating ceramics.

spool [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. spole, od. spoele, Dutch spoel; akin to German spule, ohg. spuola, Dan. and Swed. spole.
A hollow cylinder of wood with a ridge at each end, used to wind thread or yarn upon.
A cylindrical device which has a rim or ridge at each end and an axial hole for a pin or spindle and on which material (as thread, wire, or tape) is wound.
Material or the amount of material wound on a spool.

stem [ imenica ]
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ETYM as. stemn, stefn, staefn.
The tube of a tobacco pipe.
Main supporting axis of a plant that bears the leaves, buds, and reproductive structures; it may be simple or branched. The plant stem usually grows above ground, although some grow underground, including rhizomes, corms, rootstocks, and tubers. Stems contain a continuous vascular system that conducts water and food to and from all parts of the plant.
The point on a stem from which a leaf or leaves arise is called a node, and the space between two successive nodes is the internode. In some plants, the stem is highly modified; for example, it may form a leaflike cladode or it may be twining (as in many climbing plants), or fleshy and swollen to store water (as in cacti and other succulents). In plants exhibiting secondary growth, the stem may become woody, forming a main trunk, as in trees, or a number of branches from ground level, as in shrubs.
Check, dam.
An act or instance of stemming on skis.

waif [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Fren. waif, gaif, as adj, lost, unclaimed, chose gaive a waif, Late Lat. wayfium, res vaivae; of Scand. origin. Related to Waive.
A homeless child, especially one forsaken or orphaned.

whorl [ imenica ]
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A drum-shaped section on the lower part of a spindle in spinning or weaving machinery serving as a pulley for the tape drive that rotates the spindle
An arrangement of similar anatomical parts (as leaves) in a circle around a point on an axis
Something that whirls, coils, or spirals or whose form suggests such movement; swirl
One of the turns of a univalve shell
A fingerprint in which the central papillary ridges turn through at least one complete circle

winding [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

Material (as wire) wound or coiled about an object (as an armature); also; a single turn of the wound material
The act of one that winds
The manner of winding something
A curved or sinuous course, line, or progress

kalem [ muški rod {botanika} ]

Grančica prenesena s jedne biljke na drugu radi oplemenjivanja.

graft [ imenica {botanika} ]
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A grafted plant, scion, the point of insertion of a scion upon a stock
The act of grafting, something grafted; specifically; living tissue used in grafting

cion [ imenica {botanika} ]
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kalem [ muški rod {medicina} ]

Vakcina (tur.)

vaccine [ imenica {medicina} ]
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A suspension of weakened or dead pathogenic cells injected in order to stimulate the production of antibodies.
Any preparation of modified pathogens (viruses or bacteria) that is introduced into the body, usually either orally or by a hypodermic syringe, to induce the specific antibody reaction that produces immunity against a particular disease.
In 179Edward Jenner was the first to inoculate a child successfully with cowpox virus to produce immunity to smallpox. His method, the application of an infective agent to an abraded skin surface, is still used in smallpox inoculation.

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