|,Caribbean, deductible, dismiss from employment, extra, leftover, superfluous, above and beyond, more than enough, overabundance, surplus; overindulgence, immoderation, required in addition, unrestrained behavior||excess|
|abbreviated, abruptly, cause a short circuit; give less than required or agreed, shortchange (Informal), concise, discourteous, film of short duration, full of fat, garment size, having less than needed, insufficiently long or tall, maturing soon, mixt...||short|
|act of doing more than is required, act of going beyond the call of duty, performance beyond the call of duty||supererogation|
|additional weight, extra object, something added to reach a required weight; addition, compensation (for something which is lacking)||makeweight|
|agree to something reluctantly, be expected to do something, be required to do something, believe to be true, imagine as possible, presume to be true, hypothesize; believe; think; consider as a possibility, take as precondition||suppose|
|allowing something to happen, associated with a variety of conditions, making possible, allowing; optional; possible; able to exist in more than one set of environmental conditions (Biology), not required, see also:obligate||facultative|
|amino acid required for growth||essential amino acid|
|amino acid required in the diet, amino acid which is an essential nutrient occurring in proteins (Biochemistry)||isoleucine|
|amino acid, amino acid derived from vitamins B-6 and niacin (required for metabolism of fats, muscle development and a healthy immune system)||serine|
|amount in excess of what is recorded or expected (as of merchandise or money), surplus, too old; over the required age||overage|
|amount of a substance that is required in order to complete a reaction in a solution (Chemistry), antibody concentration, substance concentration||titer|
|amount paid for something, be expensive, be priced at, calculate money required, cause loss of, cost price, have a price, require payment; set a price, legal expenses, loss or effort, money spent doing something||cost|
|animal linking apes to humans, something required for completion||missing link|
|arrange goods in a window display, arrange hair, clean fish and game, clothes, clothing required for particular occasion, come into alignment, cover a wound, decorate something, dress rehearsal, finish a material, formal, of clothing or dress; of a for...||dress|
|aspect, coordinate for space and time, indicate the dimensions of, level of reality, lifelike quality, make to required dimensions, measure; size, measurement of the size of something, property defining physical quantity||dimension|
|at the needed time; within the required time; in the future, as time passes||in time|
|bank account with no name required||numbered account|
|bankruptcy, breakdown of something, inability to succeed; lack of success; neglect; lack; non-performance; bankruptcy; downfall, lack of development or production, something less than that required, something that fails||failure|
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