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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Feminism

Home > Oxford English > Feminism Definition of Feminism in English: Feminism NOUN 1 The advocacy of women’s rights on the basis of the equality of the sexes. “Feminism is the belief that women should be able to vote in every election, work...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Community

Home > Oxford English > Community Definition of Community in English: Community NOUN 1 A group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. “I live my life by the three French Revolutionary ideals:...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Yakuza

Home > Oxford English > Yakuza Definition of Yakuza in English: Yakuza NOUN 1 A Japanese organized crime syndicate similar to the Mafia. “The Yakuza have a saying: ‘Watashi wa anata o korosudeshou.’ It means, ‘Live by the blade and die with...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Feng Shui

Home > Oxford English > Feng Shui Definition of Feng Shui in English: Feng Shui NOUN (in Chinese thought) a system of laws considered to govern spatial arrangement and orientation in relation to the flow of energy (qi), and whose favorable or...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: The Matrix

Home > Oxford English > The Matrix Definition of The Matrix in English: The Matrix NOUN 1 An environment or material in which something develops; a surrounding medium or structure. “The Matrix is more than a film. It’s an idea stemming from...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Morse Code

Home > Oxford English > Morse Code Definition of Morse Code in English: Morse Code NOUN 1 An alphabet or code in which letters are represented by combinations of long and short signals of light or sound. “Morse code is, by far and away, the...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Rain

Home > Oxford English > Rain Definition of Rain in English: Rain NOUN 1 [mass noun] The condensed moisture of the atmosphere falling visibly in separate drops. “Raindrops keep falling on my head. It’s as calming as the onset of hypothermia.”...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Diarrhea

Home > Oxford English > Diarrhea Definition of Diarrhea in English: Diarrhea NOUN 1 [mass noun] A condition in which faeces are discharged from the bowels frequently and in a liquid form.  Diarrhea has a noble heritage. The word comes from...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Inertia

Home > Oxford English > Inertia Definition of Inertia in English: Inertia NOUN 1 [mass noun] A tendency to do nothing or to remain unchanged. “Inertia is quite underrated; don’t you think? Why, the ability to rest – to sleep – is one of our...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Horoscope

Home > Oxford English > Horoscope Definition of Horoscope in English: Horoscope NOUN 1. A forecast of a person’s future, typically including a delineation of character and circumstances, based on the relative positions of the stars and...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Internet

Home > Oxford English > Internet Definition of Internet in English: Internet NOUN 1  A global computer network providing a variety of information and communication facilities, consisting of interconnected networks using standardized...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Mirror

Home > Oxford English > Mirror Definition of mirror in English: Mirror NOUN 1 A surface, typically of glass coated with a metal amalgam, which reflects a clear image. “The Greeks had it wrong. Narcissus was a victim, not a fool. He was...

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