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noun+plural

  • 341 banjo

    n. banjo (musik instrument)
    * * *
    ['bæn‹ou]
    plural - banjo(e)s; noun
    (a stringed musical instrument similar to the guitar: He plays the banjo; Play me a tune on the banjo.) banjo

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  • 342 barracks

    n. baracker i militärbas
    * * *
    ['bærəks]
    (a building or buildings for housing soldiers: confined to barracks (= not allowed to leave the barracks).) kasern

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  • 343 basis

    n. bas; basis; grund
    * * *
    ['beisis]
    plural - bases; noun
    (that on which a thing rests or is founded: This idea is the basis of my argument.) bas, basis, grund

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  • 344 bath

    n. bad
    --------
    v. bada
    * * *
    1. plural - baths; noun
    1) (a large container for holding water in which to wash the whole body: I'll fill the bath with water for you.) bad[]
    2) (an act of washing in a bath: I had a bath last night.) bad
    3) (a container of liquid etc in which something is immersed: a bird bath.) bad
    2. verb
    (to wash in a bath: I'll bath the baby.) bada
    - bathroom
    - bathtub

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  • 345 battery

    n. batteri; uppsättning; överfall
    * * *
    ['bætəri]
    plural - batteries; noun
    1) (a series of two or more electric cells arranged to produce, or store, a current: a torch battery.) batteri
    2) (an arrangement of cages in which laying hens etc are kept.) nätburar
    3) (a group of large guns (and the people manning them).) batteri
    4) (a long series: a battery of questions.) batteri, serie

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  • 346 bearing

    n. uppförande, uppträdande; utveckling; inflytande, betydelse; riktning; lager
    * * *
    1) (manner, way of standing etc: a military bearing.) hållning, uppträdande
    2) ((usually in plural: sometimes short for ball-bearings) a part of a machine that has another part moving in or on it.) kullager

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  • 347 beauty

    n. skönhet
    * * *
    ['bju:ti]
    plural - beauties; noun
    1) (a quality very pleasing to the eye, ear etc: Her beauty is undeniable.) skönhet
    2) (a woman or girl having such a quality: She was a great beauty in her youth.) skönhet
    3) (something or someone remarkable: His new car is a beauty!) pärla, praktexemplar
    - beautifully
    - beautify
    - beauty queen
    - beauty salon
    - beauty spot

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  • 348 belfry

    n. klocktorn (i kyrka)
    * * *
    ['belfri]
    plural - belfries; noun
    (the part of a (church) tower in which bells are hung.) klocktorn, klockstapel

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  • 349 belly

    n. mage; buk
    --------
    v. bukta sig; sticka ut; blåsa upp
    * * *
    ['beli]
    plural - bellies; noun
    (the part of the body between the breast and the thighs, containing the bowels: the horse's belly; I've a pain in my belly.) buk, mage
    - bellyflop
    - belly-laugh

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  • 350 beneficiary

    n. pastoratsinnehavare; understödstagare
    * * *
    [-ʃəri, ]( American[) -ʃieri]
    - plural beneficiaries - noun (a person who receives a gift etc (usually in a will).) förmånstagare

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  • 351 berry

    n. bär; (kaffe) böna; rom, romkorn
    --------
    v. bär; romkorn
    * * *
    ['beri]
    plural - berries; noun
    (a kind of small (often juicy) fruit: holly berry; ripe strawberries; Those berries are poisonous.) bär

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  • 352 bibliography

    n. bibliografi, litteraturförteckning (förteckning av litterära källor)
    * * *
    [bibli'oɡrəfi]
    plural - bibliographies; noun
    (a list of books.) bibliografi

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  • 353 bilberry

    n. blåbär
    * * *
    ['bilbəri]
    plural - bilberries; noun
    (a dark-blue berry; the bush it grows on.) blåbär

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  • 354 biography

    n. biografi (en mans historia, litterärt verk som skildrar en mans livshistoria)
    * * *
    plural - biographies; noun
    (a written account by someone of another person's life: a biography of Nelson.) biografi
    - biographical
    - biographic

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  • 355 blind

    adj. blind; utan öppning
    --------
    n. rullgardin; täckmantel; bedrägeri
    --------
    v. göra blind; förblinda; blända
    * * *
    1. adjective
    1) (not able to see: a blind man.) blind
    2) ((with to) unable to notice: She is blind to his faults.) blind för
    3) (hiding what is beyond: a blind corner.) med skymd sikt
    4) (of or for blind people: a blind school.) blindskola
    2. noun
    1) ((often in plural) a screen to prevent light coming through a window etc: The sunlight is too bright - pull down the blinds!) rullgardin
    2) (something intended to mislead or deceive: He did that as a blind.) täckmantel, förevändning
    3. verb
    (to make blind: He was blinded in the war.) bli blind, förlora synen
    - blindly
    - blindness
    - blind alley
    - blindfold
    4. verb
    (to put a blindfold on (some person or animal).) binda för ögonen
    5. adjective, adverb
    (with the eyes covered by a cloth etc: She came blindfold into the room.) med förbundna ögon
    - the blind leading the blind

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  • 356 body

    n. kropp; lik; massa, skock; huvuddel
    * * *
    ['bodi] 1. plural - bodies; noun
    1) (the whole frame of a man or animal including the bones and flesh: Athletes have to look after their bodies.) kropp
    2) (a dead person: The battlefield was covered with bodies.) död kropp, lik
    3) (the main part of anything: the body of the hall.) huvuddel, salong
    4) (a mass: a huge body of evidence.) samling, mängd
    5) (a group of persons acting as one: professional bodies.) samfund, kår, trupp
    2. adverb
    (by the entire (physical) body: They lifted him bodily and carried him off.) helt och hållet, med hull och hår
    - body language
    - bodywork

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  • 357 bolero

    n. bolero; spansk dans; pullover, kort kappa
    * * *
    ['bələrəu]
    plural - boleros; noun
    (a short jacket with no fastening.) bolero

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  • 358 boo

    interj. bu!
    --------
    n. bu! (skrämselrop eller uttryck för förakt)
    --------
    v. bua
    * * *
    [bu:] 1. plural - boos; noun
    (a derisive shout, made eg by a disapproving crowd: the boos of the disappointed football supporters.) buande, burop
    2. verb
    (to make such a sound at a person etc: The crowd booed (him).) bua []

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  • 359 booby

    n. tölp, drummel, dummer
    * * *
    ['bu:bi]
    plural - boobies; noun
    1) (a stupid person.) åsna, idiot
    2) ((slang) a woman's breast.) patt, tutte
    - booby trap
    - booby-trap

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  • 360 botanic(al) gardens

    noun singular or plural (a public park for the growing of native and foreign plants.) botanisk trädgård

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