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To attach; to admit; to administer, grant admittance to; apply; attach.
1. To afford possibility; SYN. allow.
2. To allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of; SYN. let in, include.
3. To allow to enter; grant entry to; SYN. allow in, let in.
4. To declare or acknowledge to be true; SYN. acknowledge.
5. To give access or entrance to.
6. To serve as a means of entrance.
7. Have room for; hold without crowding
8. Admit into a group or community
ETYM Prob. from Dutch balken to bray, bawl.
1. To stop at an obstacle and refuse to go on, usually out of fear.
2. (Baseball) To feign a pitch while runners are on base, usually in an attempt to draw a player off-base.
Sinonimi: default on
To fail to pay up; SYN. default on.
In commerce, failure to meet an obligation, usually financial.
1. To be unable.
2. To be unsuccessful; SYN. go wrong, miscarry.
3. To become bankrupt or insolvent; fail financially and close.
4. To disappoint, prove undependable to; abandon, forsake; SYN. betray.
5. To fail to do something; leave something undone; SYN. neglect.
6. To fail to get a passing grade; SYN. flunk, bomb, flush it.
7. To fall short in what is expected.
8. To get worse.
9. To judge unacceptable.
10. To prove insufficient; SYN. run out, give out.
11. To stop operating or functioning; SYN. give way, die, give out, conk out, go, break, break down.
(Irregular preterit, past participle: lost).
1. To miss from one's possessions; lose sight of.
2. To fail to keep or to maintain; cease to have, either physically or in an abstract sense; fail to keep in mind or in sight.
3. To fail to get or obtain.
4. To allow to go out of sight.
5. To suffer the loss of a person through death or removal.
6. To fail to win.
7. To fail to make money in a business; make a loss or fail to profit.
1. To fail to hit the intended target.
2. To fail to perceive or to catch with the senses or the mind; SYN. lose.
3. To fail to reach or get to:
4. To fail to reach
5. To be absent
6. To fail to experience; SYN. escape.
7. To fail to attend an event or activity:
8. To be without; SYN. lack.
9. To feel or suffer from the lack of:
1. To fail to attend to
2. To give little attention or respect to; SYN. ignore, slight, disregard, cold-shoulder.
3. To leave undone or leave out; SYN. omit, drop, miss, leave out, overlook, overleap.
ETYM Old Eng. nodden; cf. Old High Germ. knoten, genuoten, to shake, and Eng. nudge.
1. To lower and raise the head, so as to indicate assent.
2. To let the head fall forward through drowsiness.
3. To express or signify by nodding.
4. To sway gently back and forth, as of flowers or tress in the wind; SYN. sway.
5. To be almost asleep.
1. To let go; to leave unmentioned; not to insert or name; to drop
2. To pass by; to forbear or fail to perform or to make use of; to leave undone; to neglect
1. To look past, fail to notice.
2. To watch over.
3. Superintend, oversee
4. To look on with the evil eye; bewitch
1. To travel past, as of a vehicle; SYN. overtake, overhaul.
2. To cause to pass:; SYN. make pass.
3. To go across or through; SYN. go through, go across.
4. To succeed at a test or a screening
5. To place into the hands or custody of; SYN. hand, reach, pass on, turn over, give.
6. To transfer to another; of rights or property
7. To accept or judge as acceptable
8. To allow to go without comment or censure:
9. To get a passing grade in an exams; SYN. nail, make it.
10. To go unchallenged; be approved; SYN. clear.
11. To throw (a ball) to another player
To fail to acknowledge; as of people in the street.
1. To slide suddenly
2. To move smoothly and easily.
3. To pass on stealthily; SYN. sneak.
4. To insert inconspicuously or quickly or quietly.
5. To pass out of one's memory; SYN. slip one's mind.
6. To get worse; SYN. drop off, drop away, fall away.
1. To use inefficiently or inappropriately
2. To get rid of
3. To run off as waste:; SYN. run off.
4. To spend thoughtlessly; throw away; SYN. blow, squander.
5. To cause to grow thin or weak; SYN. emaciate, macerate.
6. To waste away; SYN. rot.