|become invalid, chase somebody away, come to an end, exhaust supplies||run out|
|1930s dance, catch fly balls, chase away, dance the shag, have sexual intercourse (British Slang); cause wear and tear, layered haircut, long pile on textile, long-piled carpet, make rough, matted tangle of hair, provide with shaft, retrieve, rough and...||shag|
|a trademark for a hand-held camera invented by George Eastman in 1888 and for photographic supplies such as film, brand of cameras and photographic equipment and accessories||Kodak|
|achieve a speed or rate, adapt something, be adequate, be occupied with something, cause something, changes the emphasis, cheat somebody, conduct self, excrement, exhaust somebody, fare, forms questions and negatives, fuss, commotion; something that mu...||do|
|achieve something by effort, comprehend somebody or something, end in particular way, end satisfactorily, exercise, exhaust mine by extraction, make total, resolve difficulty, solve or calculate something, think something up, work off||work out|
|act as errand boy, cigarette, exhaust through work, something boring, tire, become tired; work as a drudge; serve an older student (British Slang); compel to serve an older student (British Slang), tiring work; (Slang) homosexual (derogatory); cigarett...||fag|
|act of avoiding, evasion; act of making void (Law), act of keeping away, act of making something invalid, act of not doing something||avoidance|
|act of chasing after something, act of striving for something, chase, hunt; quest, search; occupation, pastime, cycle race with object of overtaking, hobby||pursuit|
|act of chasing and capturing game animals, act of searching, chase and capture game animals; search, look for; follow after, pursue, chase animals with hounds, hound somebody, hunt in a particular place, organized group of hunters, oscillate around pos...||hunt|
|act of drawing out or bringing into view; act of educing, derivation, exhaust of an engine||eduction|
|act of pulling a load, hauling; act of carrying; handle; projection by which something is held or supported; projecting part that supplies traction; awkward or clumsy person; ear (Slang); rectangular sail; wooden box for transporting fruits and vegetab...||lug|
|act of wasting, destroy something, destroyed area, exhaust somebody, fail to use something, food remainder, for waste, garbage, get weak or ill, kill somebody, not needed, rejected from body, rock associated with a mineral, speak pointlessly about some...||waste|
|action taken to prepare, food and other supplies, legal clause stating condition, provide somebody with supplies, something provided, supply with stock, equip with supplies (esp. food), stock; act of supplying or furnishing; measure, means; food; condi...||provision|
|amounting to nothing, at zero level, cancel; nullify, make zero, empty, ending in zero, indicating a reading of zero, invalid, nil; invalid, nullified; void, relating to zero, valueless||null|
|animal with long ears and long hind legs, any of several small species of rodent from the family Leporidae; fur of a rabbit, device that racing greyhounds chase, hare, hunt for rabbits; talk, gab, chat; complain, hunt rabbits, pacesetter in race, rabbi...||rabbit|
|area where military supplies should land||drop zone|
|army supplies, army supply department, former Soviet government department, system by which an army is supplied with food; government department in the former Soviet Union||commissariat|
|assistance, assistant, give help to somebody, help; assist, help; assistance; accessory, military aide, money or supplies, payment to lord, somebody or something helpful, subsidy for English king||aid|
|auxiliary member of wing, freelance or part-time journalist, horizontal timber, narrow mineral vein, one who arranges objects on a string; horizontal timber; part-time journalist who covers a local area and supplies stories to a newspaper published in ...||stringer|
|bag carried on back, bag for carrying supplies||haversack|
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