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  • 661 memento

    n. påminnelse; minnesbön
    * * *
    [mə'mentou]
    plural - memento(e)s; noun
    (something kept or given as a reminder or souvenir: They gave her a small gift as a memento.) minne[]

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  • 662 memorandum

    n. PM, meddelande
    * * *
    [memə'rændəm]
    plurals memorandums, memoranda [-dF] (often abbreviated to memo ['memou] - plural memos) - noun
    1) (a note to help one to remember: He wrote a memo; ( also adjective) a memo pad.) minnesanteckning
    2) (a written statement about a particular matter, often passed around between colleagues: a memorandum on Thursday's meeting.) PM, promemoria

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  • 663 memory

    n. minne; minnesförmåga; huvuddelen samt den snabbaste delen för datalagring i en dator (data)
    * * *
    ['meməri]
    plural - memories; noun
    1) (the power to remember things: a good memory for details.) minne
    2) (the mind's store of remembered things: Her memory is full of interesting stories.) minne
    3) (something remembered: memories of her childhood.) minne
    4) (the time as far back as can be remembered: the greatest fire in memory.) mannaminne
    5) (a part of computer in which information is stored for immediate use; a computer with 8 megabytes of memory)
    - memorise
    - from memory
    - in memory of / to the memory of

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  • 664 mercy

    n. barmhärtighet, förbarmande; nåd; mildhet, godhet
    * * *
    ['mə:si]
    plural - mercies; noun
    1) (kindness towards a person, especially an enemy, who is in one's power: He showed his enemies no mercy.) barmhärtighet, förbarmande, nåd
    2) (a piece of good luck or something for which one should be grateful: It was a mercy that it didn't rain.) tur, välsignelse
    - mercifully
    - merciless
    - mercilessly
    - at the mercy of
    - have mercy on

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  • 665 mesh

    n. nät; maska (i nät); fångst i nätet; invecklad form
    --------
    v. snärja, snara; snärja sig; trassla in sig; fånga i nät; stämma överens, gå ihop (med varandra)
    * * *
    [meʃ] 1. noun
    1) ((one of) the openings between the threads of a net: a net of (a) very fine (= small) mesh.) maska
    2) ((often in plural) a network: A fly was struggling in the meshes of the spider's web.) nät[]
    2. verb
    ((of teeth on eg gear wheels) to become engaged with each other: The teeth on these two cogwheels mesh when they go round.) gripa in i varann

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  • 666 metamorphosis

    n. metamorfos, förvandling
    * * *
    [metə'mo:fəsis]
    plural - metamorphoses; noun
    ((a) marked change of form, appearance, character etc: a caterpillar's metamorphosis into a butterfly.) metamorfos, förvandling

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  • 667 midwife

    n. barnmorska
    --------
    v. barnmorska, förlossningshjälp
    * * *
    plural - midwives; noun
    (a person (usually a trained nurse) who helps at the birth of children.) barnmorska

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  • 668 millennium

    n. årtusende
    * * *
    [mi'leniəm]
    plural - millennia; noun
    (a period of a thousand years: Almost two millennia have passed since the birth of Christ.) millennium, årtusende

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  • 669 ministry

    n. ministär, regering; ministerium; ministerämbete; prästämbete
    * * *
    plural - ministries; noun
    1) (the profession, duties or period of service of a minister of religion: His ministry lasted for fifteen years.) prästtjänst, -ämbete
    2) (a department of government or the building where its employees work: the Transport Ministry.) departement, ministerium

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  • 670 minute

    adj. mycket liten, minimal; hårfin; precis, exakt; för omedelbar förberedelse (kött)
    --------
    n. minut; ögonblick; anteckning, protokoll, memorandum
    --------
    v. föra anteckningar; föra protokoll
    * * *
    I ['minit] noun
    1) (the sixtieth part of an hour; sixty seconds: It is twenty minutes to eight; The journey takes thirty minutes; a ten-minute delay.) minut
    2) (in measuring an angle, the sixtieth part of a degree; sixty seconds: an angle of 47° 50′ (= forty-seven degrees, fifty minutes).) minut
    3) (a very short time: Wait a minute; It will be done in a minute.) ögonblick, slag
    4) (a particular point in time: At that minute, the telephone rang.) just då, i samma stund
    5) ((in plural) the notes taken at a meeting recording what was said: The chairman asked for this decision to be recorded in the minutes.) protokoll
    - the minute that
    - the minute
    - to the minute
    - up to the minute
    II adjective
    1) (very small: The diamonds in the brooch were minute.) ytterst liten, minimal
    2) (paying attention to the smallest details: minute care.) minutiös, ytterst noggrann
    - minuteness

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  • 671 miscellany

    n. samling blandade skrifter, antologi
    * * *
    [mi'seləni, ]( American[) 'misəleini]
    - plural miscellanies - noun (a collection or mixture of things.) blandning, samling

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  • 672 misery

    n. elände, olycka, bedrövelse, förtvivlan, misär, nöd, armod
    * * *
    ['mizəri]
    plural - miseries; noun
    ((something that causes) unhappiness: the misery of the fatherless children; Forget your miseries and come out with me!) elände, bedrövelse

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  • 673 misgiving

    n. farhåga, misstanke, tvivel, betänkligheter
    * * *
    [mis'ɡiviŋ]
    ((especially in plural) (a feeling of) fear or doubt.) farhåga, onda aningar

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  • 674 missionary

    adj. missions-, missionär- (angående anskaffande av anhängare, som har för avsikt att sprida en övertygelse som är religiös eller annat)
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    n. missionär (person utsänd för att sprida lära, utsänd från den kristna kyrkan, rekryterad följare)
    * * *
    plural - missionaries; noun (a person who is sent to teach and spread a particular religion.) missionär

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  • 675 monarchy

    n. monarki, kungadöme, kunglighet
    * * *
    plural - monarchies; noun ((a country etc that has) government by a monarch.) monarki

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  • 676 monastery

    n. kloster, munkkloster
    * * *
    ['monəstəri]
    plural - monasteries; noun
    (a house in which a community of monks lives.) munkkloster

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  • 677 monopoly

    n. monopol, ensamrätt
    * * *
    [mə'nopəli]
    plural - monopolies; noun
    (the sole right of making or selling something etc: This firm has a local monopoly of soap-manufacturing.) monopol, ensamrätt
    - monopolise

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  • 678 mortuary

    adj. begravnings-
    --------
    n. bårhus
    * * *
    [mo: uəri]
    plural - mortuaries; noun
    (a building or room eg in a hospital, where dead bodies are kept before burial or cremation.) bårhus

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  • 679 mosquito

    n. mygga
    * * *
    [mə'ski:tou]
    plural - mosquito(e)s; noun
    (any of several types of small insect, which suck blood from animals and people and in this way transmit diseases such as malaria.) moskit, stickmygga

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  • 680 moth

    n. mal, mott
    * * *
    [moƟ]
    plural - moths; noun
    1) (any of a large number of insects, rather like butterflies but with wider bodies, seen mostly at night and attracted by light.) nattfjäril
    2) (a clothes moth: The moths have been at my evening dress.) mal
    - mothball
    - moth-eaten

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