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Word - rootword - affixes
panukod - sukod - ^n<s~pa-~
pa.nu.kud. - 3 syllables

^n<s = nukod
pa- = panukod
panukod

panukod [pa.nu.kud.] : meter (n.) [berso]
panukod [pa.nú.kud.] : brace (v.)
sukod [su.kud.] : dimension (n.); measure (n.); measure (v.)
tukod [tú.kud.] : brace (n.); shoring (n.); build (v.); construct (v.); establish (v.)

Derivatives of sukod


Glosses:
meter
n. (quantity)1. m, meter, metrethe basic unit of length adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites (approximately 1.094 yards).
~ metric linear unita linear unit of distance in metric terms.
~ decimeter, decimetre, dma metric unit of length equal to one tenth of a meter.
~ decameter, decametre, dekameter, dekametre, dkm, dama metric unit of length equal to ten meters.
n. (artifact)2. meterany of various measuring instruments for measuring a quantity.
~ ammetera meter that measures the flow of electrical current in amperes.
~ electric meter, power metera meter for measuring the amount of electric power used.
~ electrometermeter to measure electrostatic voltage differences; draws no current from the source.
~ fluxmetermeter that measures magnetic flux by the current it generates in a coil.
~ galvanometermeter for detecting or comparing or measuring small electric currents.
~ gas meter, gasometera meter for measuring the amount of gas flowing through a particular pipe.
~ gaussmeter, magnetometera meter to compare strengths of magnetic fields.
~ measuring device, measuring instrument, measuring systeminstrument that shows the extent or amount or quantity or degree of something.
~ hodometer, mileometer, milometer, odometera meter that shows mileage traversed.
~ ohmmetera meter for measuring electrical resistance in ohms.
~ postage metermeter for bulk mailings that imprints correct prepaid postage on pieces of mail and records the total charge.
~ radiometermeter to detect and measure radiant energy (electromagnetic or acoustic).
~ reflectometera meter that measures the reflectance of a surface.
~ speed indicator, speedometera meter fixed to a vehicle that measures and displays its speed.
~ taximetera meter in a taxi that registers the fare (based on the length of the ride).
~ voltmetermeter that measures the potential difference between two points.
~ volumetera meter to measure the volume of gases, liquids, or solids (either directly or by displacement).
~ water metermeter for measuring the quantity of water passing through a particular outlet.
n. (communication)3. beat, cadence, measure, meter, metre(prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse.
~ metrics, prosodythe study of poetic meter and the art of versification.
~ poetic rhythm, rhythmic pattern, prosody(prosody) a system of versification.
~ catalexisthe absence of a syllable in the last foot of a line or verse.
~ scansionanalysis of verse into metrical patterns.
~ common meter, common measurethe usual (iambic) meter of a ballad.
~ metrical foot, metrical unit, foot(prosody) a group of 2 or 3 syllables forming the basic unit of poetic rhythm.
n. (attribute)4. meter, metre, timerhythm as given by division into parts of equal duration.
~ rhythmicitythe rhythmic property imparted by the accents and relative durations of notes in a piece of music.
v. (change)5. metermeasure with a meter.; "meter the flow of water"
~ measure, quantifyexpress as a number or measure or quantity.; "Can you quantify your results?"
v. (contact)6. meterstamp with a meter indicating the postage.; "meter the mail"
~ stampaffix a stamp to.; "Are the letters properly stamped?"
measure
n. (act)1. measure, stepany maneuver made as part of progress toward a goal.; "the situation called for strong measures"; "the police took steps to reduce crime"
~ tactical maneuver, tactical manoeuvre, maneuver, manoeuvrea move made to gain a tactical end.
~ countermeasurean action taken to offset another action.
~ porcupine provision, shark repellenta measure undertaken by a corporation to discourage unwanted takeover attempts.
~ precaution, safeguard, guarda precautionary measure warding off impending danger or damage or injury etc..; "he put an ice pack on the injury as a precaution"; "an insurance policy is a good safeguard"; "we let our guard down"
n. (tops)2. amount, measure, quantityhow much there is or how many there are of something that you can quantify.
~ abstract entity, abstractiona general concept formed by extracting common features from specific examples.
~ probability, chancea measure of how likely it is that some event will occur; a number expressing the ratio of favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible.; "the probability that an unbiased coin will fall with the head up is 0.5"
~ quantum(physics) the smallest discrete quantity of some physical property that a system can possess (according to quantum theory).
~ economic value, valuethe amount (of money or goods or services) that is considered to be a fair equivalent for something else.; "he tried to estimate the value of the produce at normal prices"
~ fundamental measure, fundamental quantityone of the four quantities that are the basis of systems of measurement.
~ definite quantitya specific measure of amount.
~ indefinite quantityan estimated quantity.
~ relative quantitya quantity relative to some purpose.
~ system of measurement, metrica system of related measures that facilitates the quantification of some particular characteristic.
~ cordagethe amount of wood in an area as measured in cords.
~ octane number, octane ratinga measure of the antiknock properties of gasoline.
~ magnetisation, magnetizationthe extent or degree to which something is magnetized.
~ radical(mathematics) a quantity expressed as the root of another quantity.
~ volumethe amount of 3-dimensional space occupied by an object.; "the gas expanded to twice its original volume"
~ volumea relative amount.; "mix one volume of the solution with ten volumes of water"
~ proofa measure of alcoholic strength expressed as an integer twice the percentage of alcohol present (by volume).
~ time unit, unit of timea unit for measuring time periods.
~ point in time, pointan instant of time.; "at that point I had to leave"
~ period of play, playing period, play(in games or plays or other performances) the time during which play proceeds.; "rain stopped play in the 4th inning"
~ interval, time intervala definite length of time marked off by two instants.
n. (communication)3. bill, measurea statute in draft before it becomes law.; "they held a public hearing on the bill"
~ ridera clause that is appended to a legislative bill.
~ legal document, legal instrument, official document, instrument(law) a document that states some contractual relationship or grants some right.
~ appropriation billa legislative act proposing to authorize the expenditure of public funds for a specified purpose.
~ bill of attaindera legislative act finding a person guilty of treason or felony without a trial.; "bills of attainder are prohibited by the Constitution of the United States"
~ bottle billa statute that would require merchants to reclaim used bottles.
~ farm billa statute that would regulate farm production and prices.
~ trade billa statute that would regulate foreign trade.
~ law, jurisprudencethe collection of rules imposed by authority.; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
n. (act)4. measure, measurement, measuring, mensurationthe act or process of assigning numbers to phenomena according to a rule.; "the measurements were carefully done"; "his mental measurings proved remarkably accurate"
~ activityany specific behavior.; "they avoided all recreational activity"
~ seismographythe measurement of tremors and shocks and undulatory movements of earthquakes.
~ quantitative analysis, quantitative chemical analysischemical analysis to determine the amounts of each element in the substance.
~ actinometrymeasuring the intensity of electromagnetic radiation (especially of the sun's rays).
~ algometrymeasuring sensitivity to pain or pressure.
~ anemographyrecording anemometrical measurements.
~ anemometrymeasuring wind speed and direction.
~ angulationthe precise measurement of angles.
~ anthropometrymeasurement and study of the human body and its parts and capacities.
~ arterial blood gasesmeasurement of the pH level and the oxygen and carbon dioxide concentrations in arterial blood; important in diagnosis of many respiratory diseases.
~ audiometrymeasuring sensitivity of hearing.
~ bathymetry, plumbingmeasuring the depths of the oceans.
~ calorimetrymeasurement of quantities of heat.
~ cephalometrymeasurement of human heads.
~ densitometrymeasuring the optical density of a substance by shining light on it and measuring its transmission.
~ dosimetrymeasuring the dose of radiation emitted by a radioactive source.
~ fetometry, foetometrymeasurement of a fetus (especially the diameter of the head).
~ gravimetry, hydrometrythe measurement of specific gravity.
~ hypsometry, hypsographymeasurement of the elevation of land above sea level.
~ mental measurementa generic term used to cover any application of measurement techniques to the quantification of mental functions.
~ micrometrymeasuring with a micrometer.
~ observationthe act of making and recording a measurement.
~ pelvimetrymeasurement of the dimensions of the bony birth canal (to determine whether vaginal birth is possible).
~ photometrymeasurement of the properties of light (especially luminous intensity).
~ quantificationthe act of discovering or expressing the quantity of something.
~ radioactive datingmeasurement of the amount of radioactive material (usually carbon 14) that an object contains; can be used to estimate the age of the object.
~ meter reading, readingthe act of measuring with meters or similar instruments.; "he has a job meter reading for the gas company"
~ samplingmeasurement at regular intervals of the amplitude of a varying waveform (in order to convert it to digital form).
~ soundingthe act of measuring depth of water (usually with a sounding line).
~ sound ranginglocating a source of sound (as an enemy gun) by measurements of the time the sound arrives at microphones in known positions.
~ scalingact of measuring or arranging or adjusting according to a scale.
~ spirometrythe use of a spirometer to measure vital capacity.
~ surveyingthe practice of measuring angles and distances on the ground so that they can be accurately plotted on a map.; "he studied surveying at college"
~ telemetryautomatic transmission and measurement of data from remote sources by wire or radio or other means.
~ thermometrythe measurement of temperature.
~ thermogravimetrythe measurement of changes in weight as a function of changes in temperature used as a technique of chemically analyzing substances.
~ tonometrythe measurement of intraocular pressure by determining the amount of force needed to make a slight indentation in the cornea.
~ viscometry, viscosimetrythe measurement of viscosity.
n. (communication)5. criterion, measure, standard, touchstonea basis for comparison; a reference point against which other things can be evaluated.; "the schools comply with federal standards"; "they set the measure for all subsequent work"
~ benchmarka standard by which something can be measured or judged.; "his painting sets the benchmark of quality"
~ earned run average, era(baseball) a measure of a pitcher's effectiveness; calculated as the average number of earned runs allowed by the pitcher for every nine innings pitched.
~ gpa, grade point averagea measure of a student's academic achievement at a college or university; calculated by dividing the total number of grade points received by the total number attempted.
~ procrustean bed, procrustean rule, procrustean standarda standard that is enforced uniformly without regard to individuality.
~ yardsticka measure or standard used for comparison.; "on what kind of yardstick is he basing his judgment?"
~ medium of exchange, monetary systemanything that is generally accepted as a standard of value and a measure of wealth in a particular country or region.
~ system of measurement, metrica system of related measures that facilitates the quantification of some particular characteristic.
~ graduated table, ordered series, scale, scale of measurementan ordered reference standard.; "judging on a scale of 1 to 10"
~ standard of measurement, gaugeaccepted or approved instance or example of a quantity or quality against which others are judged or measured or compared.
~ baselinean imaginary line or standard by which things are measured or compared.; "the established a baseline for the budget"
~ norma standard or model or pattern regarded as typical.; "the current middle-class norm of two children per family"
n. (communication)6. bar, measuremusical notation for a repeating pattern of musical beats.; "the orchestra omitted the last twelve bars of the song"
~ musical notation(music) notation used by musicians.
n. (artifact)7. measure, measuring rod, measuring stickmeasuring instrument having a sequence of marks at regular intervals; used as a reference in making measurements.
~ board rulea measure used in computing board feet.
~ measuring device, measuring instrument, measuring systeminstrument that shows the extent or amount or quantity or degree of something.
~ ruler, rulemeasuring stick consisting of a strip of wood or metal or plastic with a straight edge that is used for drawing straight lines and measuring lengths.
~ size sticka mechanical measuring stick used by shoe fitters to measure the length and width of your foot.
n. (artifact)8. measurea container of some standard capacity that is used to obtain fixed amounts of a substance.
~ containerany object that can be used to hold things (especially a large metal boxlike object of standardized dimensions that can be loaded from one form of transport to another).
~ measuring cupgraduated cup used to measure liquid or granular ingredients.
v. (cognition)9. measure, measure out, mensuratedetermine the measurements of something or somebody, take measurements of.; "Measure the length of the wall"
~ shootmeasure the altitude of by using a sextant.; "shoot a star"
~ triangulatemeasure by using trigonometry.; "triangulate the angle"
~ caliper, callipermeasure the diameter of something with calipers.
~ decide, make up one's mind, determinereach, make, or come to a decision about something.; "We finally decided after lengthy deliberations"
~ calibratemeasure the caliber of.; "calibrate a gun"
v. (change)10. measure, quantifyexpress as a number or measure or quantity.; "Can you quantify your results?"
~ gaugemeasure precisely and against a standard.; "the wire is gauged"
~ scalemeasure with or as if with scales.; "scale the gold"
~ metermeasure with a meter.; "meter the flow of water"
~ pace, stepmeasure (distances) by pacing.; "step off ten yards"
~ clock, timemeasure the time or duration of an event or action or the person who performs an action in a certain period of time.; "he clocked the runners"
~ fathom, soundmeasure the depth of (a body of water) with a sounding line.
~ titratemeasure by (the volume or concentration of solutions) by titration.
~ plumbmeasure the depth of something.
~ convey, express, carryserve as a means for expressing something.; "The painting of Mary carries motherly love"; "His voice carried a lot of anger"
~ librate, weighdetermine the weight of.; "The butcher weighed the chicken"
v. (stative)11. measurehave certain dimensions.; "This table surfaces measures 20inches by 36 inches"
~ behave the quality of being; (copula, used with an adjective or a predicate noun).; "John is rich"; "This is not a good answer"
~ standbe tall; have a height of; copula.; "She stands 6 feet tall"
~ weighhave a certain weight.
~ last, endurepersist for a specified period of time.; "The bad weather lasted for three days"
~ scalemeasure by or as if by a scale.; "This bike scales only 25 pounds"
v. (cognition)12. appraise, assess, evaluate, measure, valuate, valueevaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of.; "I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional"; "access all the factors when taking a risk"
~ grade, score, markassign a grade or rank to, according to one's evaluation.; "grade tests"; "score the SAT essays"; "mark homework"
~ rate, valueestimate the value of.; "How would you rate his chances to become President?"; "Gold was rated highly among the Romans"
~ pass judgment, evaluate, judgeform a critical opinion of.; "I cannot judge some works of modern art"; "How do you evaluate this grant proposal?"; "We shouldn't pass judgment on other people"
~ assessestimate the value of (property) for taxation.; "Our house hasn't been assessed in years"
~ standardise, standardizeevaluate by comparing with a standard.
~ reassess, reevaluaterevise or renew one's assessment.
~ censorsubject to political, religious, or moral censorship.; "This magazine is censored by the government"
~ praiseexpress approval of.; "The parents praised their children for their academic performance"
measure
shoring
n. (artifact)1. shore, shoringa beam or timber that is propped against a structure to provide support.
~ beamlong thick piece of wood or metal or concrete, etc., used in construction.
n. (act)2. propping up, shoring, shoring upthe act of propping up with shores.
~ supporting, supportthe act of bearing the weight of or strengthening.; "he leaned against the wall for support"
build
n. (attribute)1. body-build, build, habitus, physiqueconstitution of the human body.
~ bodily propertyan attribute of the body.
~ lankinessa tall and thin physique.
~ dumpiness, squattinessa short and stout physique.
~ body type, somatotypea category of physique.
n. (body)2. anatomy, bod, build, chassis, figure, flesh, form, frame, human body, material body, physical body, physique, shape, somaalternative names for the body of a human being.; "Leonardo studied the human body"; "he has a strong physique"; "the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak"
~ individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soula human being.; "there was too much for one person to do"
~ human, human being, homo, manany living or extinct member of the family Hominidae characterized by superior intelligence, articulate speech, and erect carriage.
~ body, organic structure, physical structurethe entire structure of an organism (an animal, plant, or human being).; "he felt as if his whole body were on fire"
~ persona human body (usually including the clothing).; "a weapon was hidden on his person"
~ juvenile bodythe body of a young person.
~ adult bodythe body of an adult human being.
~ male bodythe body of a male human being.
~ female bodythe body of a female human being.
v. (creation)3. build, construct, makemake by combining materials and parts.; "this little pig made his house out of straw"; "Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer"
~ customise, customizemake according to requirements.; "customize a car"
~ revetconstruct a revetment.
~ create, makemake or cause to be or to become.; "make a mess in one's office"; "create a furor"
~ dry-wallconstruct with drywall.; "dry-wall the basement of the house"
~ lockbuild locks in order to facilitate the navigation of vessels.
~ wattlebuild of or with wattle.
~ frame up, frameconstruct by fitting or uniting parts together.
~ rebuild, reconstructbuild again.; "The house was rebuild after it was hit by a bomb"
~ groinbuild with groins.; "The ceiling was groined"
~ cantileverconstruct with girders and beams such that only one end is fixed.; "Frank Lloyd Wright liked to cantilever his buildings"
~ erect, put up, set up, rear, raiseconstruct, build, or erect.; "Raise a barn"
~ buildbe engaged in building.; "These architects build in interesting and new styles"
~ corduroybuild (a road) from logs laid side by side.
~ channelise, channelizemake a channel for; provide with a channel.; "channelize the country for better transportation"
v. (change)4. build, build up, progress, work upform or accumulate steadily.; "Resistance to the manager's plan built up quickly"; "Pressure is building up at the Indian-Pakistani border"
~ builddevelop and grow.; "Suspense was building right from the beginning of the opera"
~ developgrow, progress, unfold, or evolve through a process of evolution, natural growth, differentiation, or a conducive environment.; "A flower developed on the branch"; "The country developed into a mighty superpower"; "The embryo develops into a fetus"; "This situation has developed over a long time"
~ ramp up, work up, build up, buildbolster or strengthen.; "We worked up courage"; "build up confidence"; "ramp up security in the airports"
v. (creation)5. build, establishbuild or establish something abstract.; "build a reputation"
~ create, makemake or cause to be or to become.; "make a mess in one's office"; "create a furor"
v. (change)6. buildimprove the cleansing action of.; "build detergents"
~ chemical science, chemistrythe science of matter; the branch of the natural sciences dealing with the composition of substances and their properties and reactions.
~ ameliorate, improve, meliorate, amend, betterto make better.; "The editor improved the manuscript with his changes"
v. (social)7. buildorder, supervise, or finance the construction of.; "The government is building new schools in this state"
~ oversee, superintend, supervise, managewatch and direct.; "Who is overseeing this project?"
v. (creation)8. buildgive form to, according to a plan.; "build a modern nation"; "build a million-dollar business"
~ developmake something new, such as a product or a mental or artistic creation.; "Her company developed a new kind of building material that withstands all kinds of weather"; "They developed a new technique"
v. (creation)9. buildbe engaged in building.; "These architects build in interesting and new styles"
~ architecturethe discipline dealing with the principles of design and construction and ornamentation of fine buildings.; "architecture and eloquence are mixed arts whose end is sometimes beauty and sometimes use"
~ build, construct, makemake by combining materials and parts.; "this little pig made his house out of straw"; "Some eccentric constructed an electric brassiere warmer"
~ createpursue a creative activity; be engaged in a creative activity.; "Don't disturb him--he is creating"
v. (cognition)10. buildfound or ground.; "build a defense on nothing but the accused person's reputation"
~ base, found, establish, grounduse as a basis for; found on.; "base a claim on some observation"
v. (change)11. build, build up, ramp up, work upbolster or strengthen.; "We worked up courage"; "build up confidence"; "ramp up security in the airports"
~ increasemake bigger or more.; "The boss finally increased her salary"; "The university increased the number of students it admitted"
~ work up, build, build up, progressform or accumulate steadily.; "Resistance to the manager's plan built up quickly"; "Pressure is building up at the Indian-Pakistani border"
v. (change)12. builddevelop and grow.; "Suspense was building right from the beginning of the opera"
~ deepen, intensifybecome more intense.; "The debate intensified"; "His dislike for raw fish only deepened in Japan"
~ work up, build, build up, progressform or accumulate steadily.; "Resistance to the manager's plan built up quickly"; "Pressure is building up at the Indian-Pakistani border"
construct
n. (cognition)1. concept, conception, constructan abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances.
~ idea, thoughtthe content of cognition; the main thing you are thinking about.; "it was not a good idea"; "the thought never entered my mind"
~ conceptualisation, conceptuality, conceptualizationan elaborated concept.
~ notiona general inclusive concept.
~ categorya general concept that marks divisions or coordinations in a conceptual scheme.
~ rule, regulationa principle or condition that customarily governs behavior.; "it was his rule to take a walk before breakfast"; "short haircuts were the regulation"
~ attribute, dimension, propertya construct whereby objects or individuals can be distinguished.; "self-confidence is not an endearing property"
~ abstract, abstractiona concept or idea not associated with any specific instance.; "he loved her only in the abstract--not in person"
~ quantitythe concept that something has a magnitude and can be represented in mathematical expressions by a constant or a variable.
~ division, section, partone of the portions into which something is regarded as divided and which together constitute a whole.; "the written part of the exam"; "the finance section of the company"; "the BBC's engineering division"
~ wholeall of something including all its component elements or parts.; "Europe considered as a whole"; "the whole of American literature"
~ natural law, lawa rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society.
~ law of nature, lawa generalization that describes recurring facts or events in nature.; "the laws of thermodynamics"
~ lexicalized concepta concept that is expressed by a word (in some particular language).
~ hypothesis, theory, possibilitya tentative insight into the natural world; a concept that is not yet verified but that if true would explain certain facts or phenomena.; "a scientific hypothesis that survives experimental testing becomes a scientific theory"; "he proposed a fresh theory of alkalis that later was accepted in chemical practices"
~ facta concept whose truth can be proved.; "scientific hypotheses are not facts"
~ linguistic rule, rule(linguistics) a rule describing (or prescribing) a linguistic practice.
v. (creation)2. construct, fabricate, manufactureput together out of artificial or natural components or parts.; "the company fabricates plastic chairs"; "They manufacture small toys"; "He manufactured a popular cereal"
~ mass-produceproduce on a large scale.
~ makemake by shaping or bringing together constituents.; "make a dress"; "make a cake"; "make a wall of stones"
~ raftmake into a raft.; "raft these logs"
v. (contact)3. constructdraw with suitable instruments and under specified conditions.; "construct an equilateral triangle"
~ geometrythe pure mathematics of points and lines and curves and surfaces.
~ trace, describe, draw, line, delineatemake a mark or lines on a surface.; "draw a line"; "trace the outline of a figure in the sand"
v. (creation)4. constructcreate by linking linguistic units.; "construct a sentence"; "construct a paragraph"
~ create by mental act, create mentallycreate mentally and abstractly rather than with one's hands.
v. (creation)5. constructcreate by organizing and linking ideas, arguments, or concepts.; "construct a proof"; "construct an argument"
~ create by mental act, create mentallycreate mentally and abstractly rather than with one's hands.
v. (cognition)6. construct, reconstruct, retracereassemble mentally.; "reconstruct the events of 20 years ago"
~ conjecture, hypothesise, hypothesize, speculate, theorise, theorize, hypothecate, supposeto believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds.; "Scientists supposed that large dinosaurs lived in swamps"
~ etymologise, etymologizeconstruct the history of words.
establish
v. (social)1. establish, found, launch, set upset up or found.; "She set up a literacy program"
~ open, open upstart to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning.; "open a business"
v. (creation)2. constitute, establish, found, institute, plantset up or lay the groundwork for.; "establish a new department"
~ initiate, pioneertake the lead or initiative in; participate in the development of.; "This South African surgeon pioneered heart transplants"
~ fixset or place definitely.; "Let's fix the date for the party!"
~ appoint, constitute, name, nominatecreate and charge with a task or function.; "nominate a committee"
v. (cognition)3. demonstrate, establish, prove, shew, showestablish the validity of something, as by an example, explanation or experiment.; "The experiment demonstrated the instability of the compound"; "The mathematician showed the validity of the conjecture"
~ prove oneselfshow one's ability or courage.
~ proveprove formally; demonstrate by a mathematical, formal proof.
~ affirm, confirm, corroborate, substantiate, support, sustainestablish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts.; "his story confirmed my doubts"; "The evidence supports the defendant"
~ negate, contradictprove negative; show to be false.
~ stultifyprove to be of unsound mind or demonstrate someone's incompetence.; "nobody is legally allowed to stultify himself"
v. (cognition)4. establish, lay down, makeinstitute, enact, or establish.; "make laws"
~ set, markestablish as the highest level or best performance.; "set a record"
~ create, makemake or cause to be or to become.; "make a mess in one's office"; "create a furor"
v. (creation)5. establish, givebring about.; "The trompe l'oeil-illusion establishes depth"
~ create, makemake or cause to be or to become.; "make a mess in one's office"; "create a furor"
~ introducebring in or establish in a new place or environment.; "introduce a rule"; "introduce exotic fruits"
~ generate, yield, render, give, returngive or supply.; "The cow brings in 5 liters of milk"; "This year's crop yielded 1,000 bushels of corn"; "The estate renders some revenue for the family"
~ pacifyfight violence and try to establish peace in (a location).; "The U.N. troops are working to pacify Bosnia"
v. (contact)6. establish, instal, install, set upplace.; "Her manager had set her up at the Ritz"
v. (cognition)7. base, establish, found, grounduse as a basis for; found on.; "base a claim on some observation"
~ buildfound or ground.; "build a defense on nothing but the accused person's reputation"