|used to express shock||dear|
|(British) express highway, superhighway||motorway|
|(Canadian) express highway, French expressway||autoroute|
|(Computers) junk in junk out (expression used to express the relationship between input and output - erroneous input causes erroneous output)||GIGO (Garbage In Garbage Out)|
|(Slang) with a loud smacking sound; directly, squarely, be distinctively flavored, distinctive taste, express something indirectly, faint taste, slight hint; little bit, small amount; slap; opening and closing of the lips accompanied by a sharp sound; ...||smack|
|20th-century artistic movement seeking to express subconscious thought processes through the use of dreamlike imagery and unusual juxtapositions, art movement, type of art||surrealism|
|ability to express emotion, ability to have physical sensation, affection, expressive, expressiveness, having strong emotions, impression sensed from something, instinctive awareness, instinctive understanding or talent, sensation; perception; emotion;...||feeling|
|able to speak, coherent, communicate something, eloquent, express in an articulate manner, join to allow movement, jointed, member of the Articulata, animal belonging to a subdivision of animals whose bodies and limbs are composed of segments jointed t...||articulate|
|able to withstand impact, protected against damage by shock; unlikely to produce an electrical shock||shockproof|
|absolute or total, complete, emit something as vocal sound, publish something, say something, voice; express, pronounce, articulate, to put something into circulation||utter|
|abstract, summary, synopsis, shortened version of a work, summarize, outline, express in a short and concise manner||precis|
|accuse, describe symptoms of something, express unhappiness about something, find fault, express displeasure||complain|
|achieve support for somebody, announce, assist during birth, carry something to somebody, convey; give; express; give birth; redeem; surrender, do as promised, give somebody something||deliver|
|act of causing shock or outrage by an immoral or disgraceful act||scandalization|
|act of killing by electric shock||electrocution|
|act of rocking, be filled with rock music, bring to a state by rocking, have strong beat, play or dance to rock music, roughen copper plate, shake or tremble, shock, stone; rock music; back and forth movement, shaking; diamond (Slang), sway to and fro,...||rock|
|act of speaking disdainfully of someone or something; censure, disapproval, express disapproval||dispraise|
|act of stunning; state of being stunned, make unconscious, overwhelm, shock, shock; astonish, astound; stupefy, daze||stun|
|act or gesture, congratulate somebody, expression of admiration, word of praise for someone, give something to somebody, respect, say something nice about someone, express admiration, say something nice to somebody, statement of praise||compliment|
|act or sound of sniffing, breathe in through nose, inhale through the nose; smell; express disapproval by making a sniffing sound; take into the the nose by inhaling; perceive, sense, short inhalation through the nose; sound of a sniff; odor, scent, su...||sniff|
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