from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A semitrailer.
- n. A tractor-trailer.
- n. Informal A semifinal.
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- n. A semi-detached house.
- n. A semitrailer; a tractor-trailer; an eighteen-wheeler.
- n. A semifinal.
- n. A partial erection.
Pick up ball, bounce, and kick to other end, or Pick up ball/ catc ball and run into semi solid objects……..semi solid..get it!
Mineralogy _-alogy_, not _-ology_ nature _nature_, or _choor_ oleomargarine _g_ is hard, as in _get_ orchid _orkid_ oust _owst_, not _oost_ peculiar _peculyar_ pecuniary _pekun'yari_ perspiration not _prespiratian_ prestige _pres'tij_ or _prestezh'_ pronunciation _pronunzeashun_ or _pronunsheashun_ saucy not _sassy_ schedule _skedyul_ semi not _semi_ theater _the'ater_ not _thea'ter_ turgid _turjid_ usage _uzage_ usurp _uzurp_ vermilion _vermilyun_ wife's not _wives_
The term semi-empirical is sometimes used to describe theoretical methods which make use of basic axioms, established scientific laws, and previous experimental results in order to engage in reasoned model building and theoretical inquiry.
The Bill, tabled in Parliamant on Monday, defines the term semi-automatic rifle or gun and re-defines the term "arms" to exclude these weapons.
I mean I began that period in what they call a semi-coma.
Let's hope the semi is a repeat of 1980 not 1991 ...
As the fat reserves are depleted, the texture changes to what I call semi-wax in my notes.
SMITH: Well, the television has to keep creating these -- what I call semi-celebrities, or the people who have their 15 minutes and maybe they have five minutes more.
But Dean Gordon and I have what we call a semi-open marriage. '
I can remember when general semi-skilled labor in the textile plant, what you call a semi-skilled mechanic, was making seventy-five cents a day.