|accomplish, put into action, execute, do, being in force or operation, belongings, cause or production of an impression, do or make something, meaning or intent, power to influence, result, outcome; influence; impact; gimmick, trick; natural phenomenon...||effect|
|additional symptom, secondary phenomenon, secondary symptom or complication of a disease; secondary phenomenon which results from another||epiphenomenon|
|allegory or parable, ancient story, myths collectively, somebody or something fictitious, symbolic character or story, traditional story about supernatural beings or imaginary people that narrates a common belief or explains some natural phenomenon; fa...||myth|
|atmospheric interference with electronic signals, atmospheric phenomenon that cause disturbances in the reception of radio waves, prevailing mood, sferics, study of atmospheric interference||atmospherics|
|atomic philosophy; doctrine of the action of atoms; source of all mental phenomenon in simple cause (Psychology), idea that atoms make up everything||atomism|
|attributing one cause to the existence of a phenomenon||monocausal|
|being insecure, insecure phenomenon, lack of self-confidence; fearfulness, anxiety; riskiness; lack of stability, unsafe feeling||insecurity|
|classified, confidential; clandestine, covert; hidden, latent, information not widely known, information that is confidential or classified; mystery, unexplained phenomenon; method or procedure that is known only by a select group of people, mysterious||secret|
|coincidence of events that seem related, simultaneousness; phenomenon of things unintentionally occurring at precisely the same time, synchronism||synchronicity|
|division into opposite views, making polarized, giving two opposite tendencies; phenomenon in which light waves move in one plane (Computers), polarizing of charges, process limiting light vibrations||polarization|
|doubling of colors, optical phenomenon in which a material exhibits two different colors when viewed under different conditions||dichroism|
|extraordinary; perceived by the senses; pertaining to observable events or circumstances, of a phenomenon, perceived by senses, remarkable||phenomenal|
|fast-spreading bad phenomenon, illness caused by tumor, malignant growth, malignant tumor; disease caused by these growths; invasive and evil influence||cancer|
|fiction based on futuristic science, highly imaginative fiction involving some actual or projected scientific phenomenon||science fiction|
|interesting phenomenon, mental impression, perception, function of the senses; physical feeling; emotion, mental feeling; excitement, power to perceive, public interest||sensation|
|luminous atmospheric phenomenon (aurora australis and aurora borealis), northern or southern lights||aurora|
|of atomism (atomic theory; doctrine of the action of atoms; source of mental phenomenon in simple causes)||atomistic|
|old form, something characteristic of an earlier period; outmoded word or phrase; outmoded phenomenon, use of old things||archaism|
|one who studies paranormal events, one who studies supernatural phenomenon||parapsychologist|
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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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