|put through a sieve, filtered||sifted|
|able to pass through a filter, capable of being filtered, filtrable||filterable|
|act of breaking up the larger parts by passing through a sieve, filtration; act of scattering, dispersal; careful examination, investigation||sifting|
|act of passing material through a sieve||sieving|
|affect every part, answer riddle, make holes in something, puzzle, question or statement presenting a problem to be solved; enigma, mystery; sieve, screen used for sifting, puzzling thing, shake ashes from fire, sift soil or stones, interpret; swell up...||riddle|
|afternoon meal of cakes and tea, Asian evergreen shrub, breakfast in Guyana, drink made by infusion, evergreen shrub of eastern Asia; dried leaves of the tea plant; drink made from water filtered through tea leaves or other dried leaves; cup of tea; af...||tea|
|arrow for crossbow, bar for fastening door, devour hurriedly, expel from hiding place, filter through sieve, latch; screw; flash of lighting; arrow; roll of fabric; escape, lightning flash, lock with bolt, metal pin, part of gun, prematurely produce se...||bolt|
|beans for making coffee, beverage made from water filtered through coffee beans; mug of coffee, bush yielding coffee beans, pale brown color, strong caffeine-rich drink||coffee|
|break up the larger parts by passing through a sieve; sprinkle, scatter, disperse; examine with great care, investigate; be filtered, be sieved, pass through, scatter something, separate particles, take something out||sift|
|cell associated with sieve tube||companion cell|
|coarse flour; coarse strainer or sieve||cribble|
|cultured and polite, purified, filtered, distilled; cultivated, civilized, having fine manners or style, sophisticated and effective||refined|
|cut or grind into small rice-sized pieces, edible grains, seeds of a tall marsh grass native to warm humid regions (used as a staple food throughout the world), sieve food, tall grass||rice|
|device of wire mesh or perforated metal (used for straining, sifting, etc.), meshed utensil, pass through a sieve, put something through a sieve||sieve|
|filter, filtered cigarette, filtering device on a cigarette||filter tip|
|filter, pass through a filter, filtered liquid, filtered material||filtrate|
|filtered light that does not damage photographic film or paper, light for use in a darkroom||safelight|
|forced, artificial, not spontaneous; taut, stretched; passed through a strainer or sieve, not natural, passed through strainer, tense||strained|
|hookah, nargileh, type of smoking pipe used in eastern countries in which the smoke is filtered through a water pip before reaching the inhaler pipe (also nargileh)||narghile|
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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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