|act of subjugating, act of bringing into submission||subjugation|
|(Nautical) space assigned to a ship in a port or at a wharf; act of bringing a ship to a berth||berthing|
|(Physiology) bringing inward toward a central part (as in afferent nerves), bringing something toward a body part||afferent|
|abandon rights to something, abandonment of legal rights, capitulation, submission, yielding, relinquishing, delivery into legal custody, give self up to something, give something out of courtesy, give something up, give up possession of something, giv...||surrender|
|acceptance into a community, combination, equal access for all, mathematical operation, merging, joining; unification into a whole; abolition of segregation, act of bringing people together as equals regardless of race or religion, organization of pers...||integration|
|act of bringing a boat to dock, act of bringing a boat ashore||docking|
|act of bringing back to life, act of raising from the dead; act of bringing back into use||resurrection|
|act of bringing back, act of calling back; revocation, retraction, cancellation||recallment|
|act of bringing formal charges of misconduct against an individual; act of challenging the integrity of a witness; accusation; casting of doubt upon||impeachment|
|act of bringing in; right to enter, entrance to place, measure of flow of current, permission to go in||admittance|
|act of bringing into balance, balancing; balanced state||equilibration|
|act of domesticating; act of bringing into submission||taming|
|act of drawing out or bringing into view; act of educing, derivation, exhaust of an engine||eduction|
|act of enlisting somebody, act of inducting somebody, causing, bringing about; introduction, initiation; formal installation in an office; act or process of deriving a general proposition from certain facts; production of an electric or magnetic state ...||induction|
|act of importing or exporting illegally; act of bringing in or taking out secretly||smuggling|
|act of importing, act of bringing in; import, something which is brought in from another place, something brought in from elsewhere||importation|
|act of introducing; act of acquainting one person with another; preface, foreword (in a book or other work); something introduced, something new; basic textbook, introductory manual, beginning of piece of music, bringing in something new, explanatory s...||introduction|
|act of quitting a position; letter stating that one quits a position; relinquishment, abdication, act of giving up; submission, quiet acceptance, departure from job, notification of leaving a job, unprotesting acceptance of something||resignation|
|act of reacquainting; act of presenting again, reexhibition; reestablishment, act of bringing into practice again||reintroduction|
|act of reducing the size of, bringing something down to a smaller scale; lowering expenses, taking various measures to cut costs in order to stabilize the financial situation of a corporation (e.g. manufacturing in smaller amounts, reducing number of e...||downsizing|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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