|collector of matchboxes, one who collects matchbooks or matchboxes||phillumenist|
|(British) garbage collector||dustman|
|(British) garbage collector; garbage man||binman|
|(Internet, Computers) computer that handles telephone calls through the Internet (collects incoming calls and directs them out through ISDN lines)||aggregator|
|ability to reason and understand; cleverness, brilliance; knowledge, information; collecting of information; government or military agency which collects information about other governments and potentially subversive individuals, ability to think and l...||intelligence|
|accumulator, hoarder; collector||amasser|
|antiquarian, one who studies or collects antiquities, somebody interested in old objects||antiquary|
|antiquary, in the antiques business, of or relating to antiquities, one who studies antiquities; one who collects antiquities||antiquarian|
|Australian bird, avid collector, chattering black-and-white bird, long-tailed black-and-white bird with a chattering call and mischievous habits; person who talks all the time, chatterbox, talkative person||magpie|
|basic life support; series of basic emergency medical procedures which includes CPR and the removal of foreign objects from windpipe (Medicine), Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics; U.S. government agency which collects data about th...||BLS|
|book collector, one who loves books, collector of books||bibliophile|
|botanist, one who collects or grows herbs (especially for their medicinal qualities); herb doctor, somebody knowledgeable about herbs||herbalist|
|brownish-gray, brownish-gray color, brownish-gray horse, debt collector, demand for payment; creditor, demand payment, gloomy, harass for debt payment, payment demand||dun|
|coin collector; one who researches ancient coins||numismatist|
|collateral, colleague, collect, collection, collector, college, collegiate, colloquial||coll.|
|collector of myths; narrator of myths||mythographer|
|collector of sponges, one who lives at the expense of others; one who cleans with sponge; ship that collects sponges, somebody who lives off others||sponger|
|collector of tennis balls, keeper of baseballs||ball boy|
|collector of tennis balls, keeper of baseballs||ball girl|
|container where things collect, person or thing that collects; device that collects electric energy, somebody who collects objects, somebody who collects something, transistor region||collector|
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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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