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noun+plural

  • 581 hero

    n. hjälte
    * * *
    ['hiərəu] 1. plural - heroes; noun
    1) (a man or boy admired (by many people) for his brave deeds: The boy was regarded as a hero for saving his friend's life.) hjälte, hjältinna
    2) (the chief male person in a story, play etc: The hero of this book is a young American boy called Tom Sawyer.) huvudperson, hjälte, hjältinna
    - heroically
    - heroism
    - hero-worship
    2. verb
    (to show such admiration for (someone): The boy hero-worshipped the footballer.) dyrka som en hjälte, se upp till ngn som till en hjälte

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  • 582 hiccough

    n. hicka
    --------
    v. hicka
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) ((the sound caused by) a sudden brief stopping of the breath caused by eg eating or drinking too much, too quickly.) hickning, hicka
    2) ((in plural) the frequent repetition of this, at intervals of a few seconds: an attack of hiccoughs; I've got the hiccups.) hicka
    2. verb
    (to make a hiccup or hiccups.) hicka

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  • 583 hiccup

    n. hicka, hickning
    --------
    v. hicka
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) ((the sound caused by) a sudden brief stopping of the breath caused by eg eating or drinking too much, too quickly.) hickning, hicka
    2) ((in plural) the frequent repetition of this, at intervals of a few seconds: an attack of hiccoughs; I've got the hiccups.) hicka
    2. verb
    (to make a hiccup or hiccups.) hicka

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  • 584 highwayman

    n. stråtrövare
    * * *
    plural - highwaymen; noun (in earlier times, a man usually on horseback, who attacked and robbed people travelling in coaches etc on public roads.) stråtrövare

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  • 585 hippie

    n. hippie (ungdom med slafsig stil och långt hår, freek; ung rebell under sjuttiotalet för sexuell frihet och användande av droger)
    * * *
    ['hipi]
    plural - hippies; noun, adjective
    ((of) a usually young person who does not wish to live by the normal rules of society and who shows his rejection of these rules by his unusual clothes, habits etc: The farm cottage was bought by a group of young hippies; ( also adjective) hippy clothes.) hippie

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  • 586 hippy

    ['hipi]
    plural - hippies; noun, adjective
    ((of) a usually young person who does not wish to live by the normal rules of society and who shows his rejection of these rules by his unusual clothes, habits etc: The farm cottage was bought by a group of young hippies; ( also adjective) hippy clothes.) hippie

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  • 587 history

    n. historia, berättelse
    * * *
    ['histəri]
    plural - histories; noun
    1) (the study of events etc that happened in the past: She is studying British history; ( also adjective) a history lesson/book.) historia; historie-
    2) (a description usually in writing of past events, ways of life etc: I'm writing a history of Scotland.) historia
    3) ((the description of) the usually interesting events etc associated with (something): This desk/word has a very interesting history.) historia
    - historic
    - historical
    - historically
    - make history

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  • 588 hobby

    n. hobby
    * * *
    ['hobi]
    plural - hobbies; noun
    (something a person enjoys doing (usually frequently) in his/her spare time and not for pay: Stamp-collecting is a popular hobby.) hobby

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  • 589 hobo

    n. vagabond, luffare, kringvandrande arbetare
    * * *
    ['həubəu]
    plural - hobo(e)s; noun
    ((American) a tramp.) vagabond, luffare

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  • 590 holiday

    n. helgdag; vilodag; semester
    * * *
    ['holədi]
    1) (a day when one does not have to work: Next Monday is a holiday.) helgdag, fridag, lovdag
    2) ((often in plural) a period of time when one does not have to work: The summer holidays will soon be here; We're going to Sweden for our holiday(s); I'm taking two weeks' holiday in June; ( also adjective) holiday clothes.) semester
    - on holiday

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  • 591 hors d'oeuvre

    hors d'oeuvre, smårätter
    * * *
    [o:'də:vr, ]( American[) o:r'də:rv]
    plural - hors d'oeuvre(s); noun
    (food eg olives, sardines etc served before or at the beginning of a meal in order to increase the appetite.)

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  • 592 house

    n. hus; teatersalong
    --------
    v. inkvartera, hysa; hysas
    * * *
    1. plural - houses; noun
    1) (a building in which people, especially a single family, live: Houses have been built on the outskirts of the town for the workers in the new industrial estate.) hus, bostad
    2) (a place or building used for a particular purpose: a hen-house; a public house.) -hus
    3) (a theatre, or the audience in a theatre: There was a full house for the first night of the play.) hus
    4) (a family, usually important or noble, including its ancestors and descendants: the house of David.) familj, släkt
    2. verb
    1) (to provide with a house, accommodation or shelter: All these people will have to be housed; The animals are housed in the barn.) skaffa bostad åt, hysa in, härbärgera
    2) (to store or keep somewhere: The electric generator is housed in the garage.) förvara
    - housing benefit
    - house agent
    - house arrest
    - houseboat
    - housebreaker
    - housebreaking
    - house-fly
    - household
    - householder
    - household word
    - housekeeper
    - housekeeping
    - houseman
    - housetrain
    - house-warming
    3. adjective
    a house-warming party.) inflyttnings-
    - housework
    - like a house on fire

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  • 593 housewife

    n. hemmafru
    * * *
    plural - housewives; noun (a woman who looks after her house, her husband and her family, and who usually does not have a job outside the home.) husmor, hemmafru

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  • 594 hundred

    adj. hundra
    --------
    n. hundra
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) ((plural hundred) the number 100: Ten times ten is a hundred; more than one/a hundred; There must be at least six hundred of them here.) hundra
    2) (the figure 100.) hundra
    3) (the age of 100: She's over a hundred; a man of a hundred.) hundra
    4) ((plural hundred) a hundred pounds or dollars: I lost several hundred at the casino last night.) hundra
    2. adjective
    1) (100 in number: six hundred people; a few hundred pounds.) hundra
    2) (aged 100: He is a hundred today.) hundra
    - hundredfold
    - hundredth
    - hundreds of

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  • 595 husky

    adj. hes, torr (i halsen); stark, kraftig
    --------
    n. hes, torr; skrovlig, skalliknande
    * * *
    I adjective
    ((of a voice) rough in sound and difficult to hear: You sound husky - have you a cold?) hes, skrovlig
    - huskily II plural - huskies; noun
    (a North American dog used for pulling sledges.) eskimåhund, Siberian husky

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  • 596 hypothesis

    n. antagande, hypotes
    * * *
    plural - hypotheses; noun
    (an unproved theory or point of view put forward, eg for the sake of argument.) hypotes, antagande
    - hypothetically

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  • 597 igloo

    n. igloo (eskimåhus)
    * * *
    ['iɡlu:]
    plural - igloos; noun
    (an Eskimo hut, usually built of blocks of snow.) igloo

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  • 598 illumination

    n. upplysning; belysning; ljuskälla; ljus; förklaring; klarläggande; illuminering, dekoration
    * * *
    1) (the act of illuminating.) upplysning, illuminering
    2) ((in plural) the decorative lights in a town etc: Go to Blackpool and see the illuminations.) belysning, ljus, lampor

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  • 599 in-law

    svär-, del av familjen genom äkternskap
    * * *
    ['inlo:]
    plural - in-laws; noun
    (a person related to one by marriage eg one's brother-in-law, mother-in-law etc.)

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  • 600 index

    n. förteckning; innehållsförteckning; register; katalog; kartotek; index
    --------
    v. förse med förteckning; förse med register; katalogisera
    * * *
    ['indeks]
    1) (an alphabetical list of names, subjects etc eg at the end of a book.) register, index
    2) ((plural indices ['indisi:z]) in mathematics the figure which indicates the number of times a figure etc must be multiplied by itself etc: In 63 and 75, the figures 3 and 5 are the indices.) exponent

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