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  • 461 daughter-in-law

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    plural - daughters-in-law; noun (a son's wife.) svärdotter

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  • 462 day

    n. dag
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    [dei] 1. noun
    1) (the period from sunrise to sunset: She worked all day; The days are warm but the nights are cold.) dag
    2) (a part of this period eg that part spent at work: How long is your working day?; The school day ends at 3 o'clock; I see him every day.) dag
    3) (the period of twenty-four hours from one midnight to the next: How many days are in the month of September?) dag, dygn
    4) ((often in plural) the period of, or of the greatest activity, influence, strength etc of (something or someone): in my grandfather's day; in the days of steam-power.) tid, dagar
    - day-dream 2. verb
    She often day-dreams.) dagdrömma
    - day school
    - daytime
    - call it a day
    - day by day
    - day in
    - day out
    - make someone's day
    - one day
    - some day
    - the other day

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  • 463 dealing

    n. uppförande, uppträdande; handlande
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    noun ((usually in plural) contact (often in business), bargaining, agreement etc made (between two or more people or groups): fair/honest dealing; dealing on the Stock Market; I have no dealings with him.) affärer, förbindelse[], samröre

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  • 464 deficiency

    n. ofullkomlighet; brist
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    plural - deficiencies; noun ((a) shortage or absence of what is needed.) bristfällighet, ofullständighet

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  • 465 deformity

    n. vanskapthet; missbildning
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    plural - deformities; noun
    1) (the state of being badly shaped or formed: Drugs can cause deformity.) deformitet, missbildning
    2) (a part which is not the correct shape: A twisted foot is a deformity.) vanställdhet, missbildning

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  • 466 delicacy

    n. spädhet, vekhet; finhet
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    plural - delicacies; noun
    1) (the state or quality of being delicate.) finhet, ömtålighet
    2) (something delicious and special to eat: Caviare is a delicacy.) delikatess

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  • 467 delivery

    n. avlämnande, överlämnande; utlämnande; uppgivande; förlossning
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    plural - deliveries; noun
    1) ((an act of) handing over (letters, parcels etc): There are two parcel deliveries a week.) leverans, överlämnande, utdelning
    2) (the process of the birth of a child: the delivery of the twins.) förlossning, nedkomst

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  • 468 democracy

    n. demokrati (folkvälde, majoritetsvälde, regim som skyddar enskildas rättigheter)
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    plural - democracies; noun
    ((a country having) a form of government in which the people freely elect representatives to govern them: Which is the world's largest democracy?; He believes in democracy.) demokrati
    - democratic
    - democratically

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  • 469 demonstration

    n. demonstration; bevisande
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    1) (a display or exhibition (of how something works etc): I'd like a demonstration of this dishwasher.) demonstration, förevisning
    2) ((also demo ['demou] - plural demos) a public expression of opinion by holding meetings and processions, showing placards etc.) demo, provinspelning

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  • 470 destiny

    n. öde, tur, mening
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    plural - destinies; noun
    (the power which appears or is thought to control events; fate: We are all subject to the tricks played by destiny.) ödet, []öde

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  • 471 diagnosis

    n. diagnos
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    - plural diagnoses [-si:z] - noun (a conclusion reached by diagnosing: What diagnosis did the doctor make?) diagnos

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  • 472 diary

    n. dagbok
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    plural - diaries; noun
    (a (small book containing a) record of daily happenings: The explorer kept a diary of his adventures.) dagbok

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  • 473 dictionary

    n. ordbok
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    plural - dictionaries; noun
    1) (a book containing the words of a language alphabetically arranged, with their meanings etc: This is an English dictionary.) ordbok, lexikon
    2) (a book containing other information alphabetically arranged: a dictionary of place-names.) ordbok, lexikon

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  • 474 difficulty

    n. svårhet
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    plural - difficulties; noun
    1) (the state or quality of being hard (to do) or not easy: I have difficulty in understanding him.) svårighet
    2) (an obstacle or objection: He has a habit of foreseeing difficulties.) svårighet
    3) ((especially in plural) trouble, especially money trouble: The firm was in difficulties.) []knipa

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  • 475 dignitary

    n. dignitär
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    plural - dignitaries; noun
    (a person who has a high rank or office.) dignitär, hög ämbetsman

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  • 476 dinghy

    n. jolle
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    plural - dinghies; noun
    1) (a small boat carried on a larger boat to take passengers ashore.) [] räddningsbåt
    2) (a small sailing or rowing boat.) []jolle

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  • 477 dingo

    n. dingo (australiensk vildhund)
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    plural - dingoes; noun
    (a type of wild dog found in Australia.) dingo

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  • 478 direction

    n. riktning; vägledning; styrning; dirigerande; chefskap; instruktion
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    1) ((the) place or point to which one moves, looks etc: What direction did he go in?; They were heading in my direction (= towards me); I'll find my way all right - I've a good sense of direction.) riktning, håll
    2) (guidance: They are under your direction.) []ledning, överinseende
    3) ((in plural) instructions (eg on how to get somewhere, use something etc): We asked the policeman for directions; I have lost the directions for this washing-machine.) anvisning[], bruksanvisning
    4) (the act of aiming or turning (something or someone) towards a certain point.) riktande, ledande

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  • 479 directory

    n. guidebok; katalog i diskenheten för datalagring (data)
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    plural - directories; noun (a type of book giving names and addresses etc: a telephone directory.) adresskalender, telefonkatalog

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  • 480 disability

    n. handikapp, invaliditet, oduglighet, svaghet
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    - plural disabilities - noun (something which disables: He has a disability which prevents him from walking very far.) oförmåga, svaghet

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