English to Binisaya - Cebuano Dictionary and Thesaurus.

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buntog [bun.tug.] : goby (n.) [isda]; quail (n.) [langgam]; defeat (v.); overcome (v.); overthrow (v.); subdue (v.)
Related words: pitaw; pitpitaw

Derivatives of buntog


Glosses:
goby
n. (animal)1. goby, gudgeonsmall spiny-finned fish of coastal or brackish waters having a large head and elongated tapering body having the ventral fins modified as a sucker.
~ percoid, percoid fish, percoideanany of numerous spiny-finned fishes of the order Perciformes.
~ family gobiidae, gobiidaegobies.
~ mudskipper, mudspringerfound in tropical coastal regions of Africa and Asia; able to move on land on strong pectoral fins.
quail
n. (food)1. quailflesh of quail; suitable for roasting or broiling if young; otherwise must be braised.
~ quailsmall gallinaceous game birds.
~ game birdany bird (as grouse or pheasant) that is hunted for sport.
~ wildfowlflesh of any of a number of wild game birds suitable for food.
n. (animal)2. quailsmall gallinaceous game birds.
~ phasianida kind of game bird in the family Phasianidae.
~ bobwhite, bobwhite quail, partridgea popular North American game bird; named for its call.
~ old world quailsmall game bird with a rounded body and small tail.
~ california quail, lofortyx californicusplump chunky bird of coastal California and Oregon.
~ quailflesh of quail; suitable for roasting or broiling if young; otherwise must be braised.
~ bevya flock of birds (especially when gathered close together on the ground).; "we were visited at breakfast by a bevy of excited ducks"
v. (motion)3. cringe, flinch, funk, quail, recoil, shrink, squinch, wincedraw back, as with fear or pain.; "she flinched when they showed the slaughtering of the calf"
~ movemove so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion.; "He moved his hand slightly to the right"
~ shrink back, retractpull away from a source of disgust or fear.
defeat
n. (event)1. defeat, lickingan unsuccessful ending to a struggle or contest.; "it was a narrow defeat"; "the army's only defeat"; "they suffered a convincing licking"
~ conclusion, ending, finishevent whose occurrence ends something.; "his death marked the ending of an era"; "when these final episodes are broadcast it will be the finish of the show"
~ failurean event that does not accomplish its intended purpose.; "the surprise party was a complete failure"
~ heartbreakera narrow defeat or a defeat at the last minute.
~ lurcha decisive defeat in a game (especially in cribbage).
~ routan overwhelming defeat.
~ shutout, skunka defeat in a game where one side fails to score.
~ drubbing, thrashing, trouncing, walloping, slaughter, whipping, debaclea sound defeat.
~ waterlooa final crushing defeat.; "he met his waterloo"
~ whitewasha defeat in which the losing person or team fails to score.
n. (feeling)2. defeat, frustrationthe feeling that accompanies an experience of being thwarted in attaining your goals.
~ disappointment, letdowna feeling of dissatisfaction that results when your expectations are not realized.; "his hopes were so high he was doomed to disappointment"
v. (competition)3. defeat, get the better of, overcomewin a victory over.; "You must overcome all difficulties"; "defeat your enemies"; "He overcame his shyness"; "He overcame his infirmity"; "Her anger got the better of her and she blew up"
~ demolish, destroydefeat soundly.; "The home team demolished the visitors"
~ beat, beat out, vanquish, trounce, crush, shellcome out better in a competition, race, or conflict.; "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"
~ wallopdefeat soundly and utterly.; "We'll wallop them!"
~ downbring down or defeat (an opponent).
~ overrunseize the position of and defeat.; "the Crusaders overran much of the Holy Land"
~ skunk, lurchdefeat by a lurch.
~ rout, expel, rout outcause to flee.; "rout out the fighters from their caves"
~ upsetdefeat suddenly and unexpectedly.; "The foreign team upset the local team"
~ nosedefeat by a narrow margin.
~ conquerovercome by conquest.; "conquer your fears"; "conquer a country"
~ make it, pull round, pull through, survive, come throughcontinue in existence after (an adversity, etc.).; "He survived the cancer against all odds"
v. (social)4. defeat, kill, shoot down, vote down, vote outthwart the passage of.; "kill a motion"; "he shot down the student's proposal"
~ negative, veto, blackballvote against; refuse to endorse; refuse to assent.; "The President vetoed the bill"
overcome
v. (competition)1. get over, master, overcome, subdue, surmountget on top of; deal with successfully.; "He overcame his shyness"
~ beat, beat out, vanquish, trounce, crush, shellcome out better in a competition, race, or conflict.; "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"
~ bulldogthrow a steer by seizing the horns and twisting the neck, as in a rodeo.
v. (emotion)2. overcome, overpower, overtake, overwhelm, sweep over, whelmovercome, as with emotions or perceptual stimuli.
~ devastateoverwhelm or overpower.; "He was devastated by his grief when his son died"
~ clutch, get hold of, seizeaffect.; "Fear seized the prisoners"; "The patient was seized with unbearable pains"; "He was seized with a dreadful disease"
~ arouse, elicit, evoke, provoke, enkindle, kindle, fire, raisecall forth (emotions, feelings, and responses).; "arouse pity"; "raise a smile"; "evoke sympathy"
~ killoverwhelm with hilarity, pleasure, or admiration.; "The comedian was so funny, he was killing me!"
~ benightovertake with darkness or night.
~ knock outoverwhelm with admiration.; "All the guys were knocked out by her charm"
~ staggerastound or overwhelm, as with shock.; "She was staggered with bills after she tried to rebuild her house following the earthquake"
~ lockhold fast (in a certain state).; "He was locked in a laughing fit"
v. (competition)3. get the best, have the best, overcomeovercome, usually through no fault or weakness of the person that is overcome.; "Heart disease can get the best of us"
~ beat, beat out, vanquish, trounce, crush, shellcome out better in a competition, race, or conflict.; "Agassi beat Becker in the tennis championship"; "We beat the competition"; "Harvard defeated Yale in the last football game"
overthrow
n. (act)1. overthrowthe termination of a ruler or institution (especially by force).
~ ending, termination, conclusionthe act of ending something.; "the termination of the agreement"
~ subversive activity, subversionthe act of subverting; as overthrowing or destroying a legally constituted government.
n. (act)2. derangement, overthrow, upsetthe act of disturbing the mind or body.; "his carelessness could have caused an ecological upset"; "she was unprepared for this sudden overthrow of their normal way of living"
~ disturbancethe act of disturbing something or someone; setting something in motion.
v. (social)3. bring down, overthrow, overturn, subvertcause the downfall of; of rulers.; "The Czar was overthrown"; "subvert the ruling class"
~ revolutionizeoverthrow by a revolution, of governments.
~ depose, force outforce to leave (an office).
v. (cognition)4. override, overrule, overthrow, overturn, reverserule against.; "The Republicans were overruled when the House voted on the bill"
~ decree, ruledecide with authority.; "The King decreed that all firstborn males should be killed"
subdue
v. (social)1. keep down, quash, reduce, repress, subdue, subjugateput down by force or intimidation.; "The government quashes any attempt of an uprising"; "China keeps down her dissidents very efficiently"; "The rich landowners subjugated the peasants working the land"
~ crush, oppress, suppresscome down on or keep down by unjust use of one's authority.; "The government oppresses political activists"
v. (change)2. conquer, curb, inhibit, stamp down, subdue, suppressto put down by force or authority.; "suppress a nascent uprising"; "stamp down on littering"; "conquer one's desires"
~ blink away, blink, winkforce to go away by blinking.; "blink away tears"
~ dampen, stiflesmother or suppress.; "Stifle your curiosity"
~ choke back, choke down, choke offsuppress.; "He choked down his rage"
~ silence, hush, hush up, still, quieten, shut upcause to be quiet or not talk.; "Please silence the children in the church!"
~ burkeget rid of, silence, or suppress.; "burke an issue"
~ silencekeep from expression, for example by threats or pressure.; "All dissenters were silenced when the dictator assumed power"
~ quell, squelch, quenchsuppress or crush completely.; "squelch any sign of dissent"; "quench a rebellion"
~ muffle, stifle, repress, strangle, smotherconceal or hide.; "smother a yawn"; "muffle one's anger"; "strangle a yawn"
~ curb, control, hold in, contain, moderate, check, holdlessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits.; "moderate your alcohol intake"; "hold your tongue"; "hold your temper"; "control your anger"
v. (emotion)3. crucify, mortify, subduehold within limits and control.; "subdue one's appetites"; "mortify the flesh"
~ desist, abstain, refrainchoose not to consume.; "I abstain from alcohol"
~ mortifypractice self-denial of one's body and appetites.
~ curb, control, hold in, contain, moderate, check, holdlessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits.; "moderate your alcohol intake"; "hold your tongue"; "hold your temper"; "control your anger"
v. (change)4. subdue, subordinatemake subordinate, dependent, or subservient.; "Our wishes have to be subordinated to that of our ruler"
~ lour, lowerset lower.; "lower a rating"; "lower expectations"
v. (change)5. chasten, subdue, tamecorrect by punishment or discipline.
~ alter, change, modifycause to change; make different; cause a transformation.; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"