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  • 681 mother-in-law

    * * *
    plural - mothers-in-law; noun (the mother of one's husband or wife.) svärmor

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  • 682 motto

    n. motto; slogan; ordspråk, valspråk
    * * *
    plural - mottoes; noun
    1) ((a short sentence or phrase which expresses) a principle of behaviour etc: `Honesty is the best policy' is my motto; a school motto.)
    2) (a printed saying etc, often found inside a Christmas cracker.)

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  • 683 mouse

    n. (äv. bildl.) mus; (sl.) blåtira; snoka omkring; (dator) mus (data)
    v. fånga råttor
    * * *
    plural - mice; noun
    1) (any of several types of small furry gnawing animal with a long tail, found in houses and in fields.) mus
    2) ((computers) a device that is used to move the cursor on a computer screen and to give instructions to a computer.) mus
    - mousehole
    - mousetrap

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  • 684 mouth

    n. mun; inlopp, öppning; munstycke; mynning; utlopp; fräckhet, "glappade mun"
    v. stoppa i munnen; mumla; uttala, uttrycka, yttra
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    1. plural - mouths; noun
    1) (the opening in the head by which a human or animal eats and speaks or makes noises: What has the baby got in its mouth?) mun
    2) (the opening or entrance eg of a bottle, river etc: the mouth of the harbour.) mynning, öppning, hål
    2. verb
    (to move the lips as if forming (words), but without making any sound: He mouthed the words to me so that no-one could overhear.) forma [] med läpparna
    - mouth-organ
    - mouthpiece
    - mouthwash

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  • 685 movie

    n. film; biograf
    * * *
    1) (a cinema film: a horror movie.) film
    2) ((in plural: with the) the cinema and films in general: to go to the movies.) bio, biograf, film

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  • 686 mudflat

    noun ((often in plural) an area of muddy seaside land which is covered with water at high tide.) gyttjig strandremsa

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  • 687 mulberry

    n. mullbär
    * * *
    plural - mulberries; noun
    1) (a type of tree on whose leaves silkworms feed.) mullbärsträd
    2) (its (usually purple) fruit.) mullbär

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  • 688 mum

    adj. tyst, tystlåten
    n. mamma; tigande, tystnad
    * * *
    I (plural mummies) noun
    (a child's name for his or her mother: Goodbye, Mum(my)!; Where's your mum(my), John?) mamma

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  • 689 mummy

    n. mamma; mumie
    * * *
    I (plural mummies) noun
    (a child's name for his or her mother: Goodbye, Mum(my)!; Where's your mum(my), John?) mamma

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  • 690 mutiny

    n. myteri, uppror
    v. göra myteri, göra uppror
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    ['mju:tini] 1. plural - mutinies; noun
    ((a) refusal to obey one's senior officers in the navy or other armed services: There has been a mutiny on HMS Tigress; The sailors were found guilty of mutiny.) myteri
    2. verb
    ((of sailors etc) to refuse to obey commands from those in authority: The sailors mutinied because they did not have enough food.) göra myteri
    - mutinous

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  • 691 mystery

    n. mysterium; gåta, hemlighet; deckare
    * * *
    plural - mysteries; noun
    1) (something that cannot be, or has not been, explained: the mystery of how the universe was formed; the mystery of his disappearance; How she passed her exam is a mystery to me.) mysterium, gåta
    2) (the quality of being impossible to explain, understand etc: Her death was surrounded by mystery.) mystik, hemlighetsmakeri
    - mysteriously

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  • 692 nanny

    n. barnsköterska; dadda (vardagligt språk)
    * * *
    plural - nannies; noun
    (a children's nurse.) dadda, barnsköterska

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  • 693 nappy

    adj. (gammaldags) stark, berusande, alkoholhaltig (dryck); lätt på örat, lätt berusad
    n. djup matskål; haklapp eller blöja för bebisar
    * * *
    plural - nappies; noun
    ((American diaper) a piece of cloth or paper put between a baby's legs to soak up urine etc.) blöja

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  • 694 nationality

    n. medborgarskap; nation; nationalitet; nationell tillhörighet (egendom)
    * * *
    - plural nationalities - noun ((the state of belonging to) a particular nation: `What nationality are you?' `I'm German'; You can see (people of) many nationalities in London.) nationalitet

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  • 695 necessity

    n. nödvändighet; behov; nöd
    * * *
    - plural necessities - noun (something needed or essential: Food is one of the necessities of life.) nödvändighet, livsvillkor

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  • 696 nicety

    n. precision; noggrannhet; försiktighet; skärpa
    * * *
    - plural niceties - noun (a precise or delicate detail.) precision, noggrannhet

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  • 697 note

    n. lapp; skrivelse; not, anmärkning; ton; tecken; anteckning, notering
    v. påpeka; notera, skriva upp
    * * *
    [nəut] 1. noun
    1) (a piece of writing to call attention to something: He left me a note about the meeting.) lapp, meddelande
    2) ((in plural) ideas for a speech, details from a lecture etc written down in short form: The students took notes on the professor's lecture.) anteckningar
    3) (a written or mental record: Have you kept a note of his name?) anteckning, notering
    4) (a short explanation: There is a note at the bottom of the page about that difficult word.) not, anmärkning, förklaring
    5) (a short letter: She wrote a note to her friend.) meddelande, kort brev
    6) ((American bill) a piece of paper used as money; a bank-note: a five-dollar note.) sedel
    7) (a musical sound: The song ended on a high note.) ton
    8) (a written or printed symbol representing a musical note.) nottecken
    9) (an impression or feeling: The conference ended on a note of hope.) ton
    2. verb
    1) ((often with down) to write down: He noted (down) her telephone number in his diary.) skriva ner, anteckna
    2) (to notice; to be aware of: He noted a change in her behaviour.) notera, lägga märke till
    - notability
    - notably
    - noted
    - notelet
    - notebook
    - notecase
    - notepaper
    - noteworthy
    - noteworthiness
    - take note of

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  • 698 novelty

    n. förnyelse; nymodighet; upptäckt
    * * *
    plural - novelties; noun
    1) (newness and strangeness: It took her a long time to get used to the novelty of her surroundings.) det nya (ovanliga)
    2) (something new and strange: Snow is a novelty to people from hot countries.) nyhet, ovanlighet
    3) (a small, cheap manufactured thing sold as a toy or souvenir: a stall selling novelties.) krimskrams

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  • 699 nucleus

    n. kärna
    * * *
    plural - nuclei; noun
    1) (the central part of an atom.) kärna
    2) (the part of a plant or animal cell that controls its development.) kärna
    - nuclear device
    - nuclear disarmament
    - nuclear energy
    - nuclear reactor

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  • 700 number

    n. nummer
    v. räkna; numrera
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) ((sometimes abbreviated to no - plural nos - when written in front of a figure) a word or figure showing eg how many of something there are, or the position of something in a series etc: Seven was often considered a magic number; Answer nos 1-10 of exercise 2.) nummer, tal
    2) (a (large) quantity or group (of people or things): He has a number of records; There were a large number of people in the room.) antal
    3) (one issue of a magazine: the autumn number.) nummer
    4) (a popular song or piece of music: He sang his most popular number.) nummer
    2. verb
    1) (to put a number on: He numbered the pages in the top corner.) numrera
    2) (to include: He numbered her among his closest friends.) räkna bland
    3) (to come to in total: The group numbered ten.) uppgå till
    - number-plate
    - his days are numbered
    - without number

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