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EtymologyEdit. Coined in the late 1980s or 1990s, of unknown origin, appearing first, without further explanation, in lists of phobias circulating on the Internet.

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Coulrophobia definition is - abnormal fear of clowns. How to use coulrophobia in a sentence.

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What does coulrophobia mean? Coulrophobia is the abnormal fear of clowns. Some people have phobias, which are fears associated with specific objects or ...

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20 Sep 2019 ... A fear of clowns, called coulrophobia (pronounced “coal-ruh-fow-bee-uh”), can be a debilitating fear. A phobia is and intense fear of a certain ...

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coulrophobia: Определение coulrophobia: 1. fear of clowns (= entertainers who wear funny clothes, have painted faces, and make people laugh…. Узнать ...

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Coulrophobia is a persistent fear of clowns, where individuals may feel “shaken or traumatised” at the thought of them. Currently the term is not listed in the ...

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... sto andare sempre quel forse così devo quindi tempo nella fuori proprio certo c'è ... ah prendere capito cercando serve famiglia dato bella tesoro vado moglie eh ... venerdi miglia sbagli ministro frattempo promessa tornando fase Joey sociale ... aiuterei depositati raga crewson chiuderti calmera abbordare schiacciamento ...

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snok. (djur, i plural) snokar: en familj (Colubridae) av ormar; (djur) (exemplar av) en art (Natrix natrix) av ovannämnda familj; vanligt förekommande i Sverige.

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IPA: /siːmd/. Audio (US). (file). VerbEdit. seemed. simple past tense and past participle of seem. AnagramsEdit · deemes, seméed. Retrieved from ...

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DescendantsEdit. → Chinese: 拜拜 (bàibai); → Japanese: バイバイ (baibai); → Turkish: baybay. TranslationsEdit. show ▽goodbye — See also translations at ...

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Further readingEdit. Koponen, Eino; Ruppel, Klaas; Aapala, Kirsti, editors (2002-2008) Álgu database: Etymological database of the Saami languages ‎ ...

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Shortening of Xanax. NounEdit. Xan (plural Xans). (slang) A Xanax tablet.

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An exclamation of surprise, sometimes with strong sexual connotations. Ooh la la, monsieur, you do have big muscles after all.

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The seventh letter of the Belarusian Cyrillic alphabet. Its name is ё (jo) and it has the sound of yo in York. Unlike Russian, replacing it with Е, е is considered a ...

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Serbo-CroatianEdit. Alternative formsEdit · štȁ (interrogative pronoun only). EtymologyEdit. From Proto-Slavic *čьto (“what”), from Proto-Indo-European *kʷid, ...

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AdverbEdit · somewhere else. In or at some other place. To some other place. (figuratively) Distracted; in a daydream, (of the mind) unable to interact with events ...

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VerbEdit · fly low (third-person singular simple present flies low, present participle flying low, simple past flew low, past participle flown low). (idiomatic) to have ...

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From Middle English hey, hei, also without h- in ey, from Old English *hē, ēa (interjection), attested as first element in hēlā, ēalā (“O!, alas!, oh!, lo!”). Cognate with ...

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InterjectionEdit · thank you all. A thank you to a group of people. TranslationsEdit. show ▽thank you all. Arabic: please add this translation if you can; Bikol ...

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(idiomatic, colloquial, chiefly US) Appreciatively, of someone or something for being active and successful in a pursuit, to have the ability to be active and ...

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Rime group, 之. Rime subdivision, 0. Corresponding MC rime, 止. Old Chinese, /*kjɯʔ/ ... ReadingsEdit · Go-on: し (shi); Kan-on: し (shi); Kun: あと (ato, 址) ...

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See also: labas and labās ... Further readingEdit. “là-bas” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language).

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VerbEdit · go down (third-person singular simple present goes down, present participle going down, simple past went down, past participle gone down).

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InterjectionEdit · my ass! (slang, vulgar) Indicates disapproval, disagreement, or disbelief, ...

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Hi no shita ni wa atarashii mono wa nai. There is nothing new under the sun. latest, recent · modern · fresh. InflectionEdit.

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EnglishEdit. VerbEdit · used up. simple past tense and past participle of use up. AdjectiveEdit · used up (comparative more used up, superlative most used up).

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Don't forget to pack weather items appropriate for the climate: sunscreen, rain gear, and so forth.

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EnglishEdit. (This etymology is missing or incomplete. Please add to it, or discuss it at the Etymology scriptorium.) Alternative formsEdit · every dog has his day ...

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In the sense "too much information" TMI is one of the few abbreviations that migrated from the computer screen into spoken language and is now an entry in the ...

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From Old Portuguese soo, from Latin sōlus (“alone”). ... só m (feminine singular soa, masculine plural sós, feminine plural soas). alone (by ... só (not comparable).

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Initialism of Union européenne. Proper nounEdit. UE f. EU (European Union) ...

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uhh. Language; Watch · Edit ... uhh. Alternative form of uh quotations ▽. 2008 January 13, Karen Crouse, “Searching for Sharapova, and Finding a Dichotomy”, ...

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GermanEdit. Alternative formsEdit · aso (colloquial, slang); achso. EtymologyEdit · ach (“oh”) so (“so”). PronunciationEdit · IPA: /axˈzoː/; Rhymes: -oː ...

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(informal, idiomatic) We have performed an action successfully. This key doesn't seem to fit the lock... ah, there we go; it's starting to turn now.

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AdjectiveEdit. 優 ( やさ ) しい • (yasashii) -i (adverbial 優 ( やさ ) しく (yasashiku)). kind, gentle, tender. InflectionEdit. show ▽Inflection of 優しい. Stem forms.

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NounEdit. ave (plural aves). An Ave Maria. Ye'll come and find the place where I am lying / And kneel and say an ave there for me. A reverential salutation.

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Nowhere else will you find such skillful craftsmanship. TranslationsEdit. show ▽in no other place ...

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(US) To renegotiate a contract. (slang) To refill one's drug stash. NounEdit. re-up ( ...

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AdverbEdit · as it were (not comparable). Used other than with a figurative or idiomatic meaning: see as,‎ ...

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PhraseEdit · I don't know. A phrase used in response to a question or command in which the target person does not know the answer to or how to respond.

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Further readingEdit. “vœu” in Trésor de la langue française informatisé (The Digitized Treasury of the French Language). Anagrams ...

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From Chinese Pidgin English, calquing Chinese 不能做 (bùnéng zuò, “cannot do”). InterjectionEdit · no can do. (informal) I cannot do it. quotations ...

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Ashita wa ame desu ne. It seems like it will rain tomorrow. 明日 ( あした ) の 夕方 ...

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Wiktionary. Search. B&E. Language · Watch · Edit. See also: Appendix:Variations of "be". EnglishEdit. English Wikipedia has an article on: Breaking and entering.

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Kare wa kono sekai ni sunde inai yō desu. It's like he's not living in this world. society, the times. Synonyms: 世間 (seken), 世の中 (yo no naka). a realm, a circle, ...

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VerbEdit · set forth (third-person singular simple present sets forth, present participle setting forth, simple past and past participle set forth).

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ItalianEdit. AdverbEdit · mai più · evermore; never again. Una notte e forse mai più. One night and maybe never more. Retrieved from ...

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'ave it. Language; Watch · Edit. EnglishEdit. InterjectionEdit · 'ave it. (Britain) an exclamation of joy. AnagramsEdit · -ative, Evita, vitae. Retrieved from ...

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GermanEdit. NounEdit. Fön m (genitive Föns, plural Föne). Formerly standard spelling of Föhn which was deprecated in the spelling reform ...

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InterjectionEdit · come on down. An invitation to someone in the upper part of a building to come downstairs. Come on down! Breakfast ...

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EnglishEdit. Alternative formsEdit · coocoo. PronunciationEdit · IPA: /ˈkuku/. NounEdit. coo-coo (countable and uncountable, plural coo-coos). The two-note ...

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NounEdit. woe (countable and uncountable, plural woes). Great sadness or distress; a misfortune causing such sadness. quotations ▽.

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(vulgar) Expression to show discontent with the other party, or to show contempt. You dare come here dressed so horribly? Well, up yours! (dismissive, vulgar) ...

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Cognate with Scots boy (“boy”), West Frisian boai (“boy”), Middle Dutch boi, booi (“boy”), Low German Boi (“boy”), and probably to the Old English proper name Bōia. Also related to ... eski Türk boyları tarihi ― history of ancient Turkish clans ...

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FrenchEdit. EtymologyEdit. From qu'est-ce que ‎ c'est, thus literally “what is it that it is?”. PronunciationEdit · IPA: /k‿ɛs kə s‿ɛ/. audio. (file). PhraseEdit.

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PhraseEdit · every man for himself. An expression of indifference, that everyone should forget about comradeship and save themselves. quotations ▽.

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Wiktionary. Search. mai e poi mai. Language · Watch · Edit. ItalianEdit. AdverbEdit · mai e poi mai. never ever; never, ever again. Retrieved from ...

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... Hungarian: (formal, rare) ön tetszik nekem, (informal) tetszel nekem, (colloquial/slang) bejössz nekem; Italian: (informal) mi piaci, (formal) mi piace, mi piacete ...

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PhraseEdit · What gives? (colloquial) What is wrong? Why is this happening? Not ...

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