|incapable of being replaced, unable to be replaced, cannot be duplicated||irreplaceable|
|(Surgery) surgical procedure in which the stapes bone in the inner ear is replaced with a prosthetic device (to relieve deafness), surgical removal of bone in ear||stapedectomy|
|abandon a habit; be weaned of a habit; grow so much as to be unable fit into old clothing; grow faster than, get too large, move beyond previous interests, outstrip||outgrow|
|ability to adhere, be unable to move, bombs falling on target at intervals, boring person, branch cut or broken from a tree or bush; long slender piece of wood; something which resembles a stick; staff, walking stick, cane, cannabis cigarette, criticis...||stick|
|able to be substituted, exchangeable, capable of being replaced||substitutable|
|abnormality in which the eyes are unable to focus together on the same object due to a muscular imbalance, crossed eyes, squint (Ophthalmology)||strabismus|
|about to be ruined, exhausted, finished, incapable of continuing, injured, defeated, dying, near death||done for|
|absolute reliability; quality of being incapable of making mistakes, quality of being unable to err||infallibility|
|absolute reliability; quality of being incapable of making mistakes, quality of being unable to err||infallibleness|
|accumulated degree days; (Agriculture and forensic anthropology) figure calculated by summer temperature, Analog-Digital-Digital; term describing the digital process of creating an audio CD, Apostrophe Deficit Disorder; condition in which one is unable...||ADD|
|act of causing (someone or something) to become mysterious; obscuration; puzzlement, perplexity, act of causing a person to be unable to understand||mystification|
|additional, further, furthest, having sound judgment, long-sighted, more distant, most distant, see also:further//farthest, see also:furthest, seeing far/farther, to greater distance, to greater extent, to greatest distance, to greatest extent, unable ...||farsighted; farseeing|
|almost unable to do something, short of something, under pressure, pressed; in a difficult situation, in distress||pushed|
|always occurring on the same date, building or land, fixed in place, cannot be moved; unchangeable, unalterable; unyielding, uncompromising, of fixed opinion, unable to be moved||immovable|
|always together, indivisible, incapable of being separated; close, devoted, something that cannot be separated, unable to be separated||inseparable|
|amaze, dull the senses; stun, make senseless; amaze, astound, make somebody unable to think clearly||stupefy|
|amount produced, be replaced by something, crop, harvest, return, produce; income, profit, explosive force, give profit, give something as result, give something up to somebody, give way, give way to pressure, let another pass, produce something, suppl...||yield|
|ancestor, one who came before (in a job, etc.); ancestor, forefather, previous holder of job, something replaced by something else||predecessor|
|annoyed at waiting, eager, easily annoyed, showing impatience, unable to wait, lacking patience; intolerant; restless||impatient|
|any of various prehistoric extinct reptiles; someone or something that is outmoded or unable to change, outmoded person or thing||dinosaur|
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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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