|collaborating editor, joint editor||coeditor|
|(Computers) screen and text editor used primarily on UNIX systems (produced by the Free Software Foundation)||Emacs|
|(Principality of Andorra) republic in the eastern Pyrenees which is under the joint political control of France and Spain||Andorra|
|(Slang) smoke a joint, smoke a cigaretter or a pipe, puff marijuana, puff of marijuana||toke|
|a push, abut, bang, bump; interrupt, disturb; push with the head or horns (like a goat or calf), butt joint, buttocks, cask, cigarette end, goal, hinge, mound behind target, object of ridicule or contempt, ram somebody or something, stick out, stump, s...||butt|
|a working together, a working with enemy, cooperation; act of collaborating||collaboration|
|abnormal condition, fusion of plant parts, growing together of bones or parts, growing together of bones or parts that were formerly separate (Anatomy, Zoology, Botany), joint with little movement||symphysis|
|abutting parts forming joint||butt joint|
|accept responsibility, capacity to handle responsibility, carry or place something on shoulders, joint attaching a forelimb to the trunk, land beside road, meat from shoulder, move something with shoulder, part of garment fitting shoulder, part of the ...||shoulder|
|accessory, supplementary; aiding; collaborating in a criminal act||accessorial|
|act of bending; curvature; curve, bend; bent state; bent state of a limb or joint; inflection (Grammar), bending of limb, bending of something, position of bent part||flexion|
|act of joggling; jolt; gentle back and forth movement, swaying, jiggling, join with joggle, jar; gently move back and forth, jiggle, shake slightly; cause to sway or jiggle, masonry joint, shaking action||joggle|
|act of sharing, dividing and apportioning; joint ownership||sharing|
|acting reciprocally, acting mutually; communicating (Computers), communicating or collaborating, operator-controlled, with user-machine communication||interactive|
|agreement allowing joint Communion, close association||intercommunion|
|American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, charitable Jewish American organization whose purpose is to aid Jews in distress overseas||Joint|
|ancient Roman holder of joint office, one of two officers in ancient Rome who exercised jointly the duties of a public office, one of two people sharing authority||duumvir|
|ancient Roman joint government of three leaders (Roman History); three people that share joint administrative powers; any group of three, position of sharing power, Roman committee of three rulers, rule by a group of three, term of office of shared pow...||triumvirate|
|antlers, ball-placing frame, bed, bomb-holding framework, cause somebody pain, feed-holding framework, framework for holding things, instrument of torture, joint of meat, move something with rack, moving cloud mass, position balls, put something in rac...||rack|
|apply knuckles to, brass knuckles, finger joint, finger joint; rounded protuberance formed by the finger joint; cut of meat formed by the parts around the carpal or tarsal joint; part of the hinge into which the pin is inserted, have knuckles on ground...||knuckle|
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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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