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  • 441 court-martial

    plural - courts-martial; noun (a court held by officers of the armed forces to try offences against discipline.)

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  • 442 craft

    n. konst; fartyg, farkost; listighet
    v. snitsa (snickra) till
    * * *
    1) (an art or skill: the craft of wood-carving.) skicklighet, hantverk, yrke, konst
    2) ((plural craft) a boat or ship: sailing craft.) fartyg, skuta, båt
    3) (cunning or trickery: craft and deceit.) list, slughet
    - craftily
    - craftiness
    - craftsman
    - craftsmanship

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  • 443 creepy-crawly

    plural - creepy-crawlies; noun (a small creeping insect.)

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  • 444 crescendo

    adj. stegrande, ökande
    n. crescendo (i musik), stegrande i styrka
    * * *
    plural - crescendos; noun
    ((especially in music) a gradual and continuous increase in loudness.) crescendo

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  • 445 crisis

    n. kris
    * * *
    plural - crises; noun
    1) (a deciding moment or turning-point (especially of an illness): Although she is still very ill, she has passed the crisis.)
    2) (a time of great danger or difficulty: a crisis such as the recent flooding; You can rely on her in a crisis.)

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  • 446 criterion

    n. kriterium, kännetecken
    * * *
    plural - criteria; noun
    (a standard used or referred to in judging something: What are your criteria for deciding which words to include in this dictionary?) kriterium

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  • 447 crony

    n. gammal god vän
    * * *
    plural - cronies; noun
    (a close companion: He spent the evening drinking with his cronies.) kumpan, kompis

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  • 448 cross

    adj. arg; korsande; motig
    n. kors; lidande; korsning, hybrid; blandning
    v. korsa; (biologiskt:) göra en korsning, korsa; göra korstecknet; förhindra; irritera
    * * *
    [kros] I adjective
    (angry: I get very cross when I lose something.) arg
    II 1. plural - crosses; noun
    1) (a symbol formed by two lines placed across each other, eg + or x.) kors, kryss
    2) (two wooden beams placed thus (+), on which Christ was nailed.) kors
    3) (the symbol of the Christian religion.) kors[]
    4) (a lasting cause of suffering etc: Your rheumatism is a cross you will have to bear.) kors, lidande
    5) (the result of breeding two varieties of animal or plant: This dog is a cross between an alsatian and a labrador.) korsning
    6) (a monument in the shape of a cross.) kors
    7) (any of several types of medal given for bravery etc: the Victoria Cross.) kors, tapperhetsmedalj
    2. verb
    1) (to go from one side to the other: Let's cross (the street); This road crosses the swamp.) korsa
    2) ((negative uncross) to place (two things) across each other: He sat down and crossed his legs.) lägga i kors, korsa
    3) (to go or be placed across (each other): The roads cross in the centre of town.) korsa varandra
    4) (to meet and pass: Our letters must have crossed in the post.) gå om varandra
    5) (to put a line across: Cross your `t's'.) dra ett streck över
    6) (to make (a cheque or postal order) payable only through a bank by drawing two parallel lines across it.) korsa
    7) (to breed (something) from two different varieties: I've crossed two varieties of rose.) korsa
    8) (to go against the wishes of: If you cross me, you'll regret it!) gå i vägen för, gå emot
    - crossing
    - crossbow
    - cross-breed
    - cross-bred
    - crosscheck
    3. noun
    (the act of crosschecking.) dubbelkontroll
    - cross-country skiing
    - cross-examine
    - cross-examination
    - cross-eyed
    - cross-fire
    - at cross-purposes
    - cross-refer
    - cross-reference
    - crossroads
    - cross-section
    - crossword puzzle
    - crossword
    - cross one's fingers
    - cross out

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  • 449 crux

    n. krux, svårighet
    * * *
    plural - cruxes; noun
    (a difficult or essential point: That is the crux of the matter.)

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  • 450 cuckoo

    n. gök; idiot
    * * *
    plural - cuckoos; noun
    (a bird, named after its call, which lays eggs in the nests of other birds.)

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  • 451 culotte

    ((usually in plural) women's knee-length trousers cut so as to look like a skirt.) byxkjol

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  • 452 curio

    n. konstsak, kuriositet, antikvitet
    * * *
    plural - curios; noun
    (an article valued for its oddness or its rareness.)

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  • 453 curiosity

    n. nyfikenhet; märkvärdighet
    * * *
    1) (eagerness to learn: She was very unpopular because of her curiosity about other people's affairs.)
    2) (something strange and rare: That old chair is quite a curiosity.)

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  • 454 curriculum

    n. studieplan
    * * *
    plural - curricula; noun
    (a course, especially of study at school or university: They are changing the curriculum.)

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  • 455 curtsey

    n. nigning
    v. niga
    * * *
    ['kə: i] 1. plural - curtsies; noun
    (a bow made by women by bending the knees.)
    2. verb
    (to make a curtsy: She curtsied to the queen.) niga

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  • 456 curtsy

    n. nigning
    v. niga
    * * *
    ['kə: i] 1. plural - curtsies; noun
    (a bow made by women by bending the knees.)
    2. verb
    (to make a curtsy: She curtsied to the queen.) niga

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  • 457 dad

    n. pappa
    * * *
    daddy ['d1di] (plural daddies) noun
    (children's words for father: Where is your daddy?; What are you doing, Daddy?) pappa

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  • 458 dairy

    n. mejeri; mjölkaffär
    * * *
    plural - dairies; noun
    1) (a shop supplying milk, butter, cheese etc: We bought milk at the dairy.) mjölkaffär, ostaffär
    2) (the place on a farm etc where milk is kept and butter and cheese are made.) mejeri
    - dairy farm

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  • 459 daisy

    n. tusensköna (blomma)
    * * *
    plural - daisies; noun
    (a type of small common flower with a yellow centre and usually white petals: The field was full of daisies.) tusensköna

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  • 460 damage

    n. skada, skadegörelse
    v. skada; tillfoga förlust
    * * *
    ['dæmi‹] 1. noun
    1) (injury or hurt, especially to a thing: The storm did/caused a lot of damage; She suffered brain-damage as a result of the accident.) skada, skador, skadegörelse
    2) ((in plural) payment for loss or injury suffered: The court awarded him $5,000 damages.) skadestånd
    2. verb
    (to make less effective or less usable etc; to spoil: The bomb damaged several buildings; The book was damaged in the post.) skada

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