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sala [sa.la.] : living room (n.); salon (n.)
sala [sa.lâ.] : fault (n.); guilt (n.); offence (n.); offense (n.); sin (n.)
sala [sá.la.] : filter (v.); strain (v.)
Synonyms: hashas; risibidor

Derivatives of sala
Notes:
sala + balaod


Glosses:
living room
n. (artifact)1. front room, living room, living-room, parlor, parlour, sitting rooma room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax.
~ common rooma sitting room (usually at school or university).
~ dwelling, dwelling house, abode, domicile, habitation, homehousing that someone is living in.; "he built a modest dwelling near the pond"; "they raise money to provide homes for the homeless"
~ morning rooma sitting room used during the daylight hours.
~ rooman area within a building enclosed by walls and floor and ceiling.; "the rooms were very small but they had a nice view"
~ salonelegant sitting room where guests are received.
salon
n. (artifact)1. salongallery where works of art can be displayed.
~ art gallery, picture gallery, gallerya room or series of rooms where works of art are exhibited.
n. (artifact)2. beauty parlor, beauty parlour, beauty salon, beauty shop, salona shop where hairdressers and beauticians work.
~ shop, storea mercantile establishment for the retail sale of goods or services.; "he bought it at a shop on Cape Cod"
n. (artifact)3. salonelegant sitting room where guests are received.
~ front room, living-room, living room, sitting room, parlor, parloura room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax.
guilt
n. (state)1. guilt, guiltinessthe state of having committed an offense.
~ condition, statusa state at a particular time.; "a condition (or state) of disrepair"; "the current status of the arms negotiations"
~ blameworthiness, culpability, culpablenessa state of guilt.
~ bloodguiltthe state of being guilty of bloodshed and murder.
~ complicityguilt as an accomplice in a crime or offense.
~ criminalism, criminality, criminalnessthe state of being a criminal.
~ guilt by associationthe attribution of guilt (without proof) to individuals because the people they associate with are guilty.
~ impeachability, indictabilitythe state of being liable to impeachment.
n. (feeling)2. guilt, guilt feelings, guilt trip, guilty conscienceremorse caused by feeling responsible for some offense.
~ compunction, remorse, self-reproacha feeling of deep regret (usually for some misdeed).
~ survivor guilta deep feeling of guilt often experienced by those who have survived some catastrophe that took the lives of many others; derives in part from a feeling that they did not do enough to save the others who perished and in part from feelings of being unworthy relative to those who died.; "survivor guilt was first noted in those who survived the Holocaust"
offence
n. (act)1. offence, offense, offensivethe action of attacking an enemy.
~ military operation, operationactivity by a military or naval force (as a maneuver or campaign).; "it was a joint operation of the navy and air force"
~ counteroffensivea large scale offensive (more than a counterattack) undertaken by a defending force to seize the initiative from an attacking force.
~ dirty waran offensive conducted by secret police or the military of a regime against revolutionary and terrorist insurgents and marked by the use of kidnapping and torture and murder with civilians often being the victims.; "thousands of people disappeared and were killed during Argentina's dirty war in the late 1970s"
~ push back, rollbackthe act of forcing the enemy to withdraw.
n. (group)2. offence, offensethe team that has the ball (or puck) and is trying to score.
~ team, squada cooperative unit (especially in sports).
n. (feeling)3. offence, offense, umbragea feeling of anger caused by being offended.; "he took offence at my question"
~ anger, ire, cholera strong emotion; a feeling that is oriented toward some real or supposed grievance.
n. (act)4. discourtesy, offence, offense, offensive activitya lack of politeness; a failure to show regard for others; wounding the feelings or others.
~ behavior, conduct, doings, behaviourmanner of acting or controlling yourself.
~ derision, ridiculethe act of deriding or treating with contempt.
~ indelicacyan impolite act or expression.
~ insolencean offensive disrespectful impudent act.
~ affront, insulta deliberately offensive act or something producing the effect of deliberate disrespect.; "turning his back on me was a deliberate insult"
~ presumptiona kind of discourtesy in the form of an act of presuming.; "his presumption was intolerable"
~ rebuff, slighta deliberate discourteous act (usually as an expression of anger or disapproval).
n. (act)5. crime, criminal offence, criminal offense, law-breaking, offence, offense(criminal law) an act punishable by law; usually considered an evil act.; "a long record of crimes"
~ evildoing, transgressionthe act of transgressing; the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle.; "the boy was punished for the transgressions of his father"
~ barratrythe offense of vexatiously persisting in inciting lawsuits and quarrels.
~ capital offensea crime so serious that capital punishment is considered appropriate.
~ cybercrimecrime committed using a computer and the internet to steal a person's identity or sell contraband or stalk victims or disrupt operations with malevolent programs.
~ felonya serious crime (such as murder or arson).
~ forgerycriminal falsification by making or altering an instrument with intent to defraud.
~ fraudintentional deception resulting in injury to another person.
~ had crime(Islam) serious crimes committed by Muslims and punishable by punishments established in the Koran.; "Had crimes include apostasy from Islam and murder and theft and adultery"
~ highjack, hijackseizure of a vehicle in transit either to rob it or divert it to an alternate destination.
~ mayhemthe willful and unlawful crippling or mutilation of another person.
~ infraction, misdemeanor, misdemeanour, violation, infringementa crime less serious than a felony.
~ perpetration, committal, commissionthe act of committing a crime.
~ attempt, attackthe act of attacking.; "attacks on women increased last year"; "they made an attempt on his life"
~ tazir crime(Islam) minor crimes committed by Muslims; crimes that are not mentioned in the Koran so judges are free to punish the offender in any appropriate way.; "in some Islamic nations Tazir crimes are set by legislation"
~ regulatory offence, regulatory offense, statutory offence, statutory offensecrimes created by statutes and not by common law.
~ thuggeryviolent or brutal acts as of thugs.
~ high treason, lese majesty, treasona crime that undermines the offender's government.
~ vice crimea vice that is illegal.
~ victimless crimean act that is legally a crime but that seem to have no victims.; "he considers prostitution to be a victimless crime"
~ war crimea crime committed in wartime; violation of rules of war.
~ criminal lawthe body of law dealing with crimes and their punishment.
~ abduct, kidnap, nobble, snatchtake away to an undisclosed location against their will and usually in order to extract a ransom.; "The industrialist's son was kidnapped"
~ shanghai, impresstake (someone) against his will for compulsory service, especially on board a ship.; "The men were shanghaied after being drugged"
~ commandeer, highjack, hijack, piratetake arbitrarily or by force.; "The Cubans commandeered the plane and flew it to Miami"
~ skyjacksubject an aircraft to air piracy.; "the plane was skyjacked to Uzbekistan"
~ carjacktake someone's car from him by force, usually with the intention of stealing it.; "My car was carjacked last night!"
~ extortobtain through intimidation.
~ blackmailobtain through threats.
~ scalpsell illegally, as on the black market.
~ bootlegsell illicit products such as drugs or alcohol.; "They were bootlegging whiskey"
~ black market, rundeal in illegally, such as arms or liquor.
~ fob off, foist off, palm offsell as genuine, sell with the intention to deceive.
~ pushsell or promote the sale of (illegal goods such as drugs).; "The guy hanging around the school is pushing drugs"
~ black marketeerdeal on the black market.
~ pyramiduse or deal in (as of stock or commercial transaction) in a pyramid deal.
~ ransom, redeemexchange or buy back for money; under threat.
~ trafficdeal illegally.; "traffic drugs"
~ rustle, lifttake illegally.; "rustle cattle"
~ shopliftsteal in a store.
~ stick up, hold uprob at gunpoint or by means of some other threat.
~ mugrob at gunpoint or with the threat of violence.; "I was mugged in the streets of New York last night"
~ piratecopy illegally; of published material.
~ plagiarise, plagiarize, lifttake without referencing from someone else's writing or speech; of intellectual property.
~ cribtake unauthorized (intellectual material).
~ bribe, grease one's palms, buy, corruptmake illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence.; "This judge can be bought"
~ rake offtake money from an illegal transaction.
~ buy off, pay offpay someone with influence in order to receive a favor.
~ loot, plundertake illegally; of intellectual property.; "This writer plundered from famous authors"
~ smuggleimport or export without paying customs duties.; "She smuggled cigarettes across the border"
~ kick backpay a kickback; make an illegal payment.
offense
sin
n. (attribute)1. sin, sinfulness, wickednessestrangement from god.
~ unrighteousnessfailure to adhere to moral principles.; "forgave us our sins and cleansed us of all unrighteousness"
~ mark of cainthe mark that God set upon Cain now refers to a person's sinful nature.
n. (act)2. sin, sinningan act that is regarded by theologians as a transgression of God's will.
~ evildoing, transgressionthe act of transgressing; the violation of a law or a duty or moral principle.; "the boy was punished for the transgressions of his father"
~ falla lapse into sin; a loss of innocence or of chastity.; "a fall from virtue"
~ actual sina sin committed of your own free will (as contrasted with original sin).
~ original sina sin said to be inherited by all descendants of Adam.; "Adam and Eve committed the original sin when they ate the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden"
~ deadly sin, mortal sinan unpardonable sin entailing a total loss of grace.; "theologians list seven mortal sins"
~ venial sina pardonable sin regarded as entailing only a partial loss of grace.
n. (linkdef)3. sin, sineratio of the length of the side opposite the given angle to the length of the hypotenuse of a right-angled triangle.
~ circular function, trigonometric functionfunction of an angle expressed as a ratio of the length of the sides of right-angled triangle containing the angle.
n. (person)4. sin(Akkadian) god of the Moon; counterpart of Sumerian Nanna.
~ mesopotamiathe land between the Tigris and Euphrates; site of several ancient civilizations; part of what is now known as Iraq.
~ semitic deitya deity worshipped by the ancient Semites.
n. (communication)5. sinthe 21st letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
~ hebraic alphabet, hebrew alphabet, hebrew scripta Semitic alphabet used since the 5th century BC for writing the Hebrew language (and later for writing Yiddish and Ladino).
~ alphabetic character, letter of the alphabet, letterthe conventional characters of the alphabet used to represent speech.; "his grandmother taught him his letters"
n. (act)6. hell, sinviolent and excited activity.; "they began to fight like sin"
~ activityany specific behavior.; "they avoided all recreational activity"
~ colloquialisma colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech.
v. (social)7. sin, transgress, trespasscommit a sin; violate a law of God or a moral law.
~ fallyield to temptation or sin.; "Adam and Eve fell"
~ breach, infract, transgress, go against, offend, violate, breakact in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises.; "offend all laws of humanity"; "violate the basic laws or human civilization"; "break a law"; "break a promise"
v. (social)8. blunder, boob, drop the ball, goof, sincommit a faux pas or a fault or make a serious mistake.; "I blundered during the job interview"
~ breach, infract, transgress, go against, offend, violate, breakact in disregard of laws, rules, contracts, or promises.; "offend all laws of humanity"; "violate the basic laws or human civilization"; "break a law"; "break a promise"
strain
n. (phenomenon)1. strain(physics) deformation of a physical body under the action of applied forces.
~ natural philosophy, physicsthe science of matter and energy and their interactions.; "his favorite subject was physics"
~ deformationalteration in the shape or dimensions of an object as a result of the application of stress to it.
~ overstraintoo much strain.
n. (state)2. strain, stressdifficulty that causes worry or emotional tension.; "she endured the stresses and strains of life"; "he presided over the economy during the period of the greatest stress and danger"
~ difficultya condition or state of affairs almost beyond one's ability to deal with and requiring great effort to bear or overcome.; "grappling with financial difficulties"
n. (communication)3. air, line, melodic line, melodic phrase, melody, strain, tunea succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence.; "she was humming an air from Beethoven"
~ tucket, fanfare, flourish(music) a short lively tune played on brass instruments.; "he entered to a flourish of trumpets"; "her arrival was greeted with a rousing fanfare"
~ glissandoa rapid series of ascending or descending notes on the musical scale.
~ roulade(music) an elaborate run of several notes sung to one syllable.
~ musican artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner.
~ leitmotif, leitmotiva melodic phrase that accompanies the reappearance of a person or situation (as in Wagner's operas).
~ theme songa melody that recurs and comes to represent a musical play or movie.
~ signature tune, theme song, signaturea melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program.
~ melodic theme, musical theme, theme, idea(music) melodic subject of a musical composition.; "the theme is announced in the first measures"; "the accompanist picked up the idea and elaborated it"
~ part, voicethe melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music.; "he tried to sing the tenor part"
~ musical phrase, phrasea short musical passage.
n. (state)4. mental strain, nervous strain, strain(psychology) nervousness resulting from mental stress.; "his responsibilities were a constant strain"; "the mental strain of staying alert hour after hour was too much for him"
~ psychological science, psychologythe science of mental life.
~ nerves, nervousnessan uneasy psychological state.; "he suffered an attack of nerves"
~ tension, stress, tenseness(psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense.; "he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension"; "stress is a vasoconstrictor"
n. (group)5. breed, stock, straina special variety of domesticated animals within a species.; "he experimented on a particular breed of white rats"; "he created a new strain of sheep"
~ animal groupa group of animals.
~ variety(biology) a taxonomic category consisting of members of a species that differ from others of the same species in minor but heritable characteristics.; "varieties are frequently recognized in botany"
~ bloodstockthoroughbred horses (collectively).
~ pedigreeline of descent of a purebred animal.
~ species(biology) taxonomic group whose members can interbreed.
n. (group)6. form, strain, var., variant(biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups.; "a new strain of microorganisms"
~ biological science, biologythe science that studies living organisms.
~ taxon, taxonomic category, taxonomic groupanimal or plant group having natural relations.
~ species(biology) taxonomic group whose members can interbreed.
n. (state)7. straininjury to a muscle (often caused by overuse); results in swelling and pain.
~ harm, hurt, injury, traumaany physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc..
n. (cognition)8. strain, tenorthe general meaning or substance of an utterance.; "although I disagreed with him I could follow the tenor of his argument"
~ meaning, substancethe idea that is intended.; "What is the meaning of this proverb?"
~ purport, driftthe pervading meaning or tenor.; "caught the general drift of the conversation"
n. (act)9. nisus, pains, strain, strivingan effortful attempt to attain a goal.
~ attempt, effort, try, endeavor, endeavourearnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something.; "made an effort to cover all the reading material"; "wished him luck in his endeavor"; "she gave it a good try"
~ jehad, jihada holy struggle or striving by a Muslim for a moral or spiritual or political goal.
n. (act)10. strain, strainingan intense or violent exertion.
~ elbow grease, exertion, effort, travail, sweatuse of physical or mental energy; hard work.; "he got an A for effort"; "they managed only with great exertion"
n. (act)11. song, strainthe act of singing.; "with a shout and a song they marched up to the gates"
~ vocal musicmusic that is vocalized (as contrasted with instrumental music).
~ carola joyful song (usually celebrating the birth of Christ).
~ cradlesong, lullabythe act of singing a quiet song to lull a child to sleep.
v. (competition)12. reach, strain, striveto exert much effort or energy.; "straining our ears to hear"
~ extend oneselfstrain to the utmost.
~ kill oneself, overexert oneselfstrain oneself more than is healthy.
~ labor, labour, tug, push, drivestrive and make an effort to reach a goal.; "She tugged for years to make a decent living"; "We have to push a little to make the deadline!"; "She is driving away at her doctoral thesis"
~ bother, inconvenience oneself, trouble oneself, troubletake the trouble to do something; concern oneself.; "He did not trouble to call his mother on her birthday"; "Don't bother, please"
v. (emotion)13. strain, stress, trytest the limits of.; "You are trying my patience!"
~ afflictcause great unhappiness for; distress.; "she was afflicted by the death of her parents"
~ rackstretch to the limits.; "rack one's brains"
v. (consumption)14. extend, strainuse to the utmost; exert vigorously or to full capacity.; "He really extended himself when he climbed Kilimanjaro"; "Don't strain your mind too much"
~ apply, employ, use, utilise, utilizeput into service; make work or employ for a particular purpose or for its inherent or natural purpose.; "use your head!"; "we only use Spanish at home"; "I can't use this tool"; "Apply a magnetic field here"; "This thinking was applied to many projects"; "How do you utilize this tool?"; "I apply this rule to get good results"; "use the plastic bags to store the food"; "He doesn't know how to use a computer"
~ overextend, overstrainstrain excessively.; "He overextended himself when he accepted the additional assignment"
~ task, taxuse to the limit.; "you are taxing my patience"
v. (contact)15. sieve, sift, strainseparate by passing through a sieve or other straining device to separate out coarser elements.; "sift the flour"
~ separatedivide into components or constituents.; "Separate the wheat from the chaff"
~ ricesieve so that it becomes the consistency of rice.; "rice the potatoes"
~ resiftsift anew.
~ riddle, screenseparate with a riddle, as grain from chaff.
~ winnow, fanseparate the chaff from by using air currents.; "She stood there winnowing chaff all day in the field"
v. (body)16. strain, tense, tense upcause to be tense and uneasy or nervous or anxious.; "he got a phone call from his lawyer that tensed him up"
~ affectact physically on; have an effect upon.; "the medicine affects my heart rate"
~ tense up, tensebecome tense, nervous, or uneasy.; "He tensed up when he saw his opponent enter the room"
~ stretch, extendextend one's limbs or muscles, or the entire body.; "Stretch your legs!"; "Extend your right arm above your head"
v. (contact)17. strain, tensebecome stretched or tense or taut.; "the bodybuilder's neck muscles tensed;"; "the rope strained when the weight was attached"
~ tightenbecome tight or tighter.; "The rope tightened"
v. (contact)18. filter, filter out, filtrate, separate out, strainremove by passing through a filter.; "filter out the impurities"
~ separatedivide into components or constituents.; "Separate the wheat from the chaff"
v. (contact)19. puree, strainrub through a strainer or process in an electric blender.; "puree the vegetables for the baby"
~ cookery, cooking, preparationthe act of preparing something (as food) by the application of heat.; "cooking can be a great art"; "people are needed who have experience in cookery"; "he left the preparation of meals to his wife"
~ rubmove over something with pressure.; "rub my hands"; "rub oil into her skin"
v. (change)20. deform, distort, strainalter the shape of (something) by stress.; "His body was deformed by leprosy"
~ shape, formgive shape or form to.; "shape the dough"; "form the young child's character"
~ jaundicedistort adversely.; "Jealousy had jaundiced his judgment"