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Language and function[edit]

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Plurals[edit]

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Plurals

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Alternative spellings[edit]

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Alternative spellings

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Pronunciations[edit]

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Pronunciations

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Abbreviations, acronyms, and initialisms[edit]

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Abbreviations, acronyms, or initialisms

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Origin, manner, or change of usage[edit]

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Descriptions of origin, manner, or change of usage

Description of origin, manner, or change of usage:
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Antecedent terms and phrases[edit]

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Antecedent terms and phrases

Antecedent term or phrase:
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Related metaphors, metonyms, and other figurative expressions[edit]

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Related metaphors, metonyms, and other figurative expressions

Description of metaphor, metonym, or other figurative expression:
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Century CE or BCE of relevance:
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Synonyms[edit]

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Synonyms

Synonym:
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Synonym:
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Antonyms[edit]

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Antonyms

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Homonyms[edit]

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Homonyms

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Transcriptions and transliterations[edit]

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Transcriptions or transliterations

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Translation equivalents[edit]

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Translation equivalents

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Cognates[edit]

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Cognates

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False friends[edit]

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False friends

False friend:
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Definitions in print[edit]

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Definitions in print

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Definitions online[edit]

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Definitions online

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Ontological or taxonomic relationships[edit]

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Ontological or taxonomic relationships

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example antonym +
99 BCE +  and 98 BCE +
example cognate +
Example Article, Blog Entry, Editorial, Essay, Graphic, Interview, or Other Content +, Example Article +  and Example Blog Entry +
Example Book +  and Example Book Two +
Ann Example +  and Andrew Example +
Example Language Two +, Example Language Three +  and Example Language +
Example Organization +
Example Periodical +, Example Newsletter +, Example Journal +  and Example Periodical, Newsletter, Journal, or Similar Publication +
example of a symbol, icon, design, or work of art +  and example of another symbol, icon, design, or work of art +
example of another term or phrase +, ejemplo de un término o una locución +  and exemplo de um termo ou uma expressão +
Example Website +, Example Blog +  and Example Website or Blog +
This is an example of a definition in print. +  and This is an example of a definition online. +
The example metaphor or metonym extends scope of the example of a term or phrase. +
This example is a description of origin, manner, or change of usage for the example of a term or phrase. +
Example Dialect or Regional Variation +, Example Dialect or Regional Variation Two +, Example Dialect or Regional Variation Three +, Example Dialect or Regional Variation Four +, Example Dialect or Regional Variation Seven +, Example Dialect or Regional Variation Five +  and Example Dialect or Regional Variation Six +
example false friend +
example homonym +
Example Inferior Category One +  and Example Inferior Category Two +
Not listed +
Example Region +, Example Country +  and Example City +
Example Ontology +
example plural +
example pronunciation +
quotation +  and paraphrase +
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"example of a term or phrase," Example Dictionary Online, 9997, accessed January 1, 9998, notarealonlinedictionary.zxy +, Example Dictionary Online, s.v. "example of a term or phrase" +, Example Dictionary of Abbreviations Online, s.v. "example abbreviation" +, "Example of a term or phrase," Example Translation Website, Example Organization, accessed December 31, 9997 BCE, notarealtranslationwebsite.abc +, Example Dictionary online, s.v. "example of a term or phrase" +  and "Example of a term or phrase," Example Thesaurus Online, accessed December 31, 9999, examplethesaurusonline/exampleofatermorphrase.xyz +
Example Language +, Example Language Two +, Example Language Three +  and Example Language Four +
example synonym +  and example synonym two +
example transcription or transliteration +
example translation equivalent +
9999 BCE +, 9998 BCE +  and 9899 BCE +
example of a term or phrase +, example alternative spelling +  and example abbreviation, acronym, or initialism +