|illustrated, illustration, illustrator||ill.|
|illustrated, illustration, illustrator||illus.|
|act of illuminating, clarification and explanation, enlightenment, illuminance, lighting, brightening; light; enlightenment; clarification; decoration, illustration; illuminance (Optics), ornamentation of page, usable light||illumination|
|architectural ornamentation, brief elegant characterization of a scene or a person (in written, musical, or dramatic form); picture that fades at the edges without a defined border; decorative illustration in various places in a book (e.g. beginning or...||vignette|
|as simple illustration||diagrammatic; diagrammatical|
|book illustration, building façade, pediment, picture opposite the title page of a book; front of a building; decoration on the front of a building||frontispiece|
|book illustration, containing crystals like letters, diagrammatic, of diagrams; illustrative, pictorial, described vividly, explicit; pertaining to writing, displayed text or drawing in movie, of graphic arts, of graphics, picture produced by computer,...||graphic|
|by means of an illustration or example; for the purpose of demonstration||illustratively|
|caption under an illustration, emphasize, horizontal line underneath something written; caption under an illustration, line beneath something, mark with a line underneath, underscore; emphasize, put line below||underline|
|comment with illustration, explanatory heading, descriptive title, give something caption, heading of legal document, heading or subheading, movie or television subtitle, write a caption, provide with a caption||caption|
|demonstrative, explanatory, clarifying; used as an example or illustration, serving to illustrate||illustrative|
|descriptive, expressed in pictures, drawn, illustrated; photographed, produced by a photographic process, highly illustrated periodical, magazine or newspaper that contains photographs, of pictures||pictorial|
|draw, making pictures, outline picture, sketch, illustration; attraction; random selection of the winning numbers or tickets in a lottery or raffle||drawing|
|Evelyn Waugh (1903-1966), English novelist; Alec Waugh (1898-1981), English novelist; Arthur Waugh (1866-1943), English literary critic; Frederick Judd Waugh (1861-1940), American painter and illustrator; family name||Waugh|
|event, give as an example, illustration, legal action, occurrence, occasion; example, illustration; prosecution of a case (Law); (Archaic) urgency, pressing importance; (in object oriented programming) specific object of a class (executable file), refe...||instance|
|exemplify, illustration supporting something, learning aid, model, person punished, sample, pattern, something which serves as an illustration||example|
|illuminated manuscript illustration, painting of miniatures, reduced in size, tiny, made smaller, represented on a very small scale, smaller than usual, smaller version, small-scale representation, something which has been made smaller; very small port...||miniature|
|illustrated with symbolic flowers and animals||historiated|
|illustration for printing, work intended to have artistic value; source for burning a printed circuit (in Computers), work of art||artwork|
|illustrator of cartoons, cartoon artist; satirist, somebody who draws cartoons||cartoonist|
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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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