Sin

  • 61 sin — pron., itk. sit, pl. sine …

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  • 62 sin — Sinus …

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  • 63 sin- — (Del gr. συν ). pref. Significa unión . Sincronía, sinestesia …

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  • 64 sin. — sin. UK [sɪn] US abbreviation maths sine Thesaurus: describing and measuring angleshyponym …

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  • 65 sin|ew|y — «SIHN yoo ee», adjective. 1. having strong or well developed sinews; strong; powerful: »A wrestler has sinewy arms. 2. Figurative. vigorous; forcible: »a sinewy mind. 3. a) like sinews; …

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  • 66 sin|ew — «SIHN yoo», noun, verb. –n. 1. a toughstrong band or cord that joins muscle to bone; tendon: »You can see the sinews between the muscle and bone in a cooked chicken leg. 2. Figurative. a) strength; energy; force: »He is well liked, but as a… …

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  • 67 sin|fo|ni|a — «SIHN fuh NEE uh; Italian SEEN f NEE ah», noun, plural ni|e « NEE ay». Music. 1. a symphony. 2. (originally) any one of various instrumental pieces, such as a sonata, or an overture or oratorio: »Haydn and Mozart wrote classic symphonies… …

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  • 68 Sin|ha|la — «SIHN huh luh», noun. the Indic language of Ceylon (Sri Lanka); Singhalese. ╂[< Sanskrit Sinhala Ceylon] …

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  • 69 Sin|ic — «SIHN ihk», adjective. = Chinese. (Cf. ↑Chinese) ╂[< Late Latin Sīnae the Chinese + English ic] …

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  • 70 Sin|i|fy — «SIHN uh fy», transitive verb, fied, fy|ing. = Sinicize. (Cf. ↑Sinicize) …

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  • 71 sin|u|at|ed — «SIHN yu AY tihd», adjective. = sinuate. (Cf. ↑sinuate) …

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  • 72 sin|u|os|i|ty — «SIHN yu OS uh tee», noun, plural ties. 1. sinuous form or character; winding: »A snake has sinuosity. Meander s a river…famous for the sinuosity and often returning thereof (Michael Drayton). 2. a curve; bend; turn: »the endless sinuosities of… …

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  • 73 sin·ew — /ˈsınˌjuː/ noun, pl ews [count, noncount] : strong tissue that connects muscles to bones cutting through bone and sinew often used figuratively the sinews of power …

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  • 74 Sin·ha·la — /sınˈhɑːlə/ noun [noncount] : sinhalese 2 …

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  • 75 sin — ab·ra·sin; ab·sin·thin; ab·sin·thine; ab·sin·thism; ab·sin·thi·um; ab·sin·thol; ab·ys·sin·ia; ac·to·my·o·sin; ag·gres·sin; am·bro·sin; am·y·lop·sin; an·dro·sin; Anes·the·sin; an·ti·fi·bri·nol·y·sin; an·ti·ly·sin; an·ti·strep·tol·y·sin;… …

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  • 76 SIN — In biblical Hebrew there are about 20 different words which denote sin. It may be inferred, therefore, that the ancient Israelites had more concepts expressing various nuances of sin than Western thought and theology. A study of the biblical… …

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  • 77 Sin — For other uses, see Sin (disambiguation). Sinful , Sinner , and Sinners redirect here. For other uses, see Sinful (disambiguation), Sinner (disambiguation), and Sinners (disambiguation). A Sistine Chapel fresco depicts the expulsion of Adam and… …

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  • 78 sinə — is. <fars.> 1. Döş, köks. <Müəllim> Tellinin nəfəs aldıqca qalxıb enən sinəsinə baxırdı. S. H.. Qız başını sinəsinə endirdi. M. Hüs.. // Bədənin, ciyərlərin və ürəyin yerləşdiyi həmin nahiyəsi; döş qəfəsi. 2. Yamac. Dağların… …

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  • 79 SiN — У этого термина существуют и другие значения, см. Sin (значения). SiN Разработчик …

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  • 80 sin — (Del lat. sine.) ► preposición 1 Indica privación o carencia: ■ estoy sin un duro. 2 Fuera de, además de: ■ son quinientas del aperitivo y dos mil de la comida, sin el postre, que es gratis. SINÓNIMO [sin contar con] FRASEOLOGÍA ► locución… …

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