|(British) wheeled undercarriage below a railway car, framework with wheels||bogie|
|act of suspending; state of being suspended; postponement; temporary debarment; framework that supports a vehicle on its axles (Mechanics); particles suspended in a fluid (Chemistry), dispersion of particles, end to repaying debts, postponement of a se...||suspension|
|adjustment of film projector settings, composition of film scene, frame, framework; act of providing with a frame, way something is framed||framing|
|aircraft body, framework and external covering of an aircraft||airframe|
|American Indian shelter that has a roof made of a framework of poles covered by brush or matting, Native N American hut, wikiup||wickiup|
|andiron, framework that holds logs in a fireplace||firedog|
|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|
|armor, protective covering; framework around which an artist forms a sculpture; part of an electric generator, framework for a sculpture, keeper, keeper for magnet, moving part in electromagnetic device, protective part||armature|
|arrangement of points, crisscross framework, form a lattice (crisscrossing strips of wood, plastic, etc.); provide with a lattice, interwoven form, latticework, provide a lattice, something made from lattice, space lattice, structure of interwoven stri...||lattice|
|attach laths to a surface, cover with strips of wood; line with laths, sheet or wire support for plastering, thin flat strip of wood; group of thin strips of wood, thin strip of wood, thin wooden strip used in a framework||lath|
|attempt to influence or persuade, bone in jaw, maxilla, one or both of the bones which form the framework of the mouth, mandible or maxilla, persuade somebody forcefully, see also:mandible||jawbone|
|bad check, fake financial transaction, fly like a kite, float, glide; obtain money by means of a fraudulent check, glide as if flying, light framework covered with a thin material and flown in the air at the end of a long string; and of a number of sma...||kite|
|bars in front of fire, bars over opening, fireplace, irritate, make into or become small pieces, make noise of rubbing or vibrating, metal framework which holds burning fuel (in a fireplace, furnace, etc.); network of parallel metal bars or wires, grat...||grate|
|basic frame something is built around, bones of person or animal, framework of bones that supports the body of an organism; framework, support structure; very thin person or animal; something that is reduced to its most basic form; secret or shameful i...||skeleton|
|basic structure, dead body of animal, framework, decaying or worthless remains of a structure; corpse; body (Slang), person, remains of something||carcass|
|bind something, bundle, fruit cluster, mast fitting, support a hernia, support for a hernia, support something with load-bearing members, support with a truss; secure, supporting structural framework made up of straight members; bundle; cluster of frui...||truss|
|bony framework that encloses the brain and forms the head and face in vertebrates; mind, brain, bony part of the head||skull|
|bridge supported by towers, support made of horizontal piece supported by A-frames, table base, table stand; bridge made of A-frames, supporting framework, tower for supporting a bridge||trestle|
|build with wood; support with wood, growing trees, large wooden building support, lumber, made of timbers, part of the framework of a ship, provide something with timbers, somebody as suitable material for position, trees; logs; wood; qualities, charac...||timber|
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