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noun+plural

  • 361 botanic(al) gardens

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

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  • 362 boundary

    n. gräns
    * * *
    plural - boundaries; noun
    1) (an often imaginary line separating one thing from another: the boundary between two towns.) gräns[]
    2) ((in cricket) a hit which crosses the boundary line round the field, scoring four runs or six runs.)

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  • 363 bounty

    n. en som är frikostig; pris
    * * *
    1) (generosity in giving.) frikostighet
    2) ((plural bounties) something given out of generosity.) gåvor, rika håvor

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  • 364 bow

    n. regnbåge; bugning; bog, förstäv (båt); stråke
    --------
    v. spela på ett stråkinstrument; böja; böja sig, buga sig
    * * *
    I 1. verb
    1) (to bend (the head and often also the upper part of the body) forwards in greeting a person etc: He bowed to the ladies; They bowed their heads in prayer.) buga, böja
    2) ((with to) to accept: I bow to your superior knowledge.) böja sig för
    2. noun
    (a bowing movement: He made a bow to the ladies.) bugning
    II 1. [bəu] noun
    1) (a springy curved rod bent by a string, by which arrows are shot.) []båge
    2) (a rod with horsehair stretched along it, by which the strings of a violin etc are sounded.) stråke
    3) (a looped knot of material: Her dress is decorated with bows.) knut, rosett
    2. noun
    ((often in plural) the front of a ship or boat: The waves broke over the bows.) bog, för, stäv

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  • 365 bowel

    n. tarm, inälvor; medlidande
    * * *
    1) ((usually in plural) the part of the digestive system below the stomach; the intestines: The surgeon removed part of her bowel.) tarm
    2) ((in plural) the inside of something, especially when deep: the bowels of the earth.) innandöme, inre

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  • 366 bracket

    n. stöd; stödjande vinkel i hylla; klassifikation; konstruktion
    --------
    v. sätta inom parentes; sammanföra
    * * *
    ['brækit] 1. noun
    1) ((usually in plural) marks (eg (),, etc) used to group together one or more words etc.) parentes[]
    2) (a support for a shelf etc: The shelf fell down because the brackets were not strong enough.) konsol
    2. verb
    1) (to enclose (words etc) by brackets.) sätta inom parentes
    2) ((sometimes with together) to group together (similar or equal people or things).) gruppera, klassificera

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  • 367 brain

    n. hjärna; förstånd
    --------
    v. slå in skallen på
    * * *
    [brein]
    1) (the centre of the nervous system: an injury to the brain; ( also adjective) brain surgery; brain damage.) hjärna
    2) ((often in plural) cleverness: a good brain; You've plenty of brains.) huvud, begåvning
    3) (a clever person: He's one of the best brains in the country.) skarp hjärna
    - brainy
    - brainchild
    - brain drain
    - brainwash
    - brainwashing
    - brainwave

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  • 368 brake

    n. broms; hinder; busksnår; break, gigg
    --------
    v. bromsa, stanna
    * * *
    [breik] 1. verb
    (to slow down or stop: He braked (the car) suddenly.) bromsa
    2. noun
    (often in plural) a device for doing this: He put on the brake(s). broms

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  • 369 brandy

    n. konjak, fruktbrännvin
    --------
    v. blanda ut med konjak
    * * *
    ['brændi]
    plural - brandies; noun
    (a type of strong alcoholic spirit made from wine: Brandy is usually drunk after dinner.) brandy, konjak

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  • 370 break

    n. bryta; pausa, avbrytning; springa; möjlighet; ändring; skiljelinje mellan en del av ett dokument och ett annat (data)
    --------
    v. slå sönder; bryta av; brytas; avbryta; bryta sig lös; göra slut på
    * * *
    [breik] 1. past tense - broke; verb
    1) (to divide into two or more parts (by force).) bryta, bräcka, knäcka, ha (slå) sönder
    2) ((usually with off/away) to separate (a part) from the whole (by force).) bryta loss
    3) (to make or become unusable.) ha (slå) sönder
    4) (to go against, or not act according to (the law etc): He broke his appointment at the last minute.) bryta
    5) (to do better than (a sporting etc record).) slå
    6) (to interrupt: She broke her journey in London.) avbryta
    7) (to put an end to: He broke the silence.) bryta
    8) (to make or become known: They gently broke the news of his death to his wife.) meddela ngn []
    9) ((of a boy's voice) to fall in pitch.) slå över, spricka
    10) (to soften the effect of (a fall, the force of the wind etc).) mildra
    11) (to begin: The storm broke before they reached shelter.) bryta ut
    2. noun
    1) (a pause: a break in the conversation.) avbrott
    2) (a change: a break in the weather.) förändring, omslag
    3) (an opening.) spricka, bräcka, öppning
    4) (a chance or piece of (good or bad) luck: This is your big break.) chans
    3. noun
    ((usually in plural) something likely to break.) skör sak
    - breaker
    - breakdown
    - break-in
    - breakneck
    - breakout
    - breakthrough
    - breakwater
    - break away
    - break down
    - break into
    - break in
    - break loose
    - break off
    - break out
    - break out in
    - break the ice
    - break up
    - make a break for it

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  • 371 brewery

    n. bryggeri
    * * *
    plural - breweries; noun (a place for brewing beer etc.) bryggeri

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  • 372 brother

    n. bror, broder
    * * *
    1) (the title given to a male child to describe his relationship to the other children of his parents: I have two brothers.) bror, broder
    2) (a fellow member of any group ( also adjective): brother officers.) medbroder, kamrat, kollega
    3) ((plural also brethren ['breƟrən]) a member of a religious group: The brothers of the order prayed together; The brethren met daily.) broder
    - brother-in-law

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  • 373 brother-in-law

    plural - brothers-in-law; noun
    1) (the brother of one's husband or wife.) svåger
    2) (the husband of one's sister.) svåger

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  • 374 buddy

    n. polare, kompis; typ, kille/tjej
    * * *
    plural - buddies; noun
    ((especially American) a friend.) kompis, polare

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  • 375 buggy

    n. vagn; barnvagn
    * * *
    plural - buggies; noun
    (a light, open, one-horse vehicle.) enspann

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  • 376 bully

    adj. trevligt, intagande
    --------
    interj. angenämt, prima
    --------
    n. tyrann, översittare
    --------
    v. trakassera, topprida; skrämma
    * * *
    ['buli] 1. plural - bullies; noun
    (a person who hurts or frightens other, weaker people: The fat boy was a bully at school.) översittare
    2. verb
    (to act like a bully towards.) trakassera, mobba

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  • 377 burglary

    n. inbrott, stöld
    * * *
    plural - burglaries; noun ((an act of) illegally entering a house etc to steal: He has been charged with burglary.) inbrott

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  • 378 butterfly

    n. fjäril; fjärilsim
    * * *
    plural - butterflies; noun
    (a type of insect with large (often coloured) wings.) fjäril

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  • 379 buttock

    n. skinka (anat.), bakdel, ända
    * * *
    ((usually in plural) either half of the part of the body on which one sits: She smacked the child on the buttocks.) skinka

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  • 380 calamity

    n. katastrof, elände, stor olycka
    * * *
    [kə'læməti]
    plural - calamities; noun
    (a great misfortune: It will be a calamity if he fails his exam.) olycka, katastrof, elände

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