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  • 841 shelf

    n. hylla; klippavsats, klipphylla; sandbank
    * * *
    plural - shelves; noun
    1) (a board for laying things on: There are shelves on the kitchen walls.) hylla
    2) (a rock surface shaped like a shelf, especially on a mountain or under water.) hylla, avsats
    - on the shelf

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  • 842 shellfish

    n. skaldjur
    * * *
    plural - shellfish; noun (any of several kinds of sea animal covered with a shell (eg oyster, crab).) skaldjur

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  • 843 shrubbery

    n. buskage
    * * *
    plural - shrubberies; noun (a part of a garden where shrubs are grown.) buskage

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  • 844 similarity

    n. likhet, liknande drag, liknande karaktär
    * * *
    (plural similarities) noun likhet

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  • 845 singular

    adj. ental; ovanlig, säregen; enastående; egendomlig, besynnerlig
    n. singular, singularis (grammatik)
    * * *
    1) (( also adjective) (in) the form of a word which expresses only one: `Foot' is the singular of `feet'; a singular noun/verb; The noun `foot' is singular.) singular[]
    2) (the state of being singular: Is this noun in the singular or the plural?) singular

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  • 846 sinus

    n. bihåla
    * * *
    ((usually in plural) an air-filled hollow in the bones of the skull, connected with the nose: His sinuses frequently become blocked in the winter; ( also adjective) He suffers from sinus trouble.) bihåla

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  • 847 sister-in-law

    * * *
    plural - sisters-in-law; noun
    1) (the sister of one's husband or wife.) svägerska
    2) (the wife of one's brother.) svägerska

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  • 848 sky

    n. himmel, sky; klimat
    v. slå högt upp, kasta högt upp (boll)
    * * *
    plural skies (often with the) - noun
    (the part of space above the earth, in which the sun, moon etc can be seen; the heavens: The sky was blue and cloudless; We had grey skies and rain throughout our holiday; The skies were grey all week.) himmel, sky
    - sky-diving
    - sky-diver
    - sky-high
    - skyjack
    - skyjacker
    - skylight
    - skyline
    - the sky's the limit

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  • 849 society

    adj. samhälls-, samfunds-; societets-
    n. samhälle; societeten, de högre kretsarna; välgörenhetsförening, samfund, sällskap
    * * *
    plural - societies; noun
    1) (mankind considered as a whole: He was a danger to society.) samhälle[]
    2) (a particular group or part of mankind considered as a whole: middle-class society; modern western societies.) social grupp
    3) (an association or club: a model railway society.) sällskap, förening
    4) (the class of people who are wealthy, fashionable or of high rank in any area: high society.) societet
    5) (company or companionship: I enjoy the society of young people.) sällskap, umgänge

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  • 850 solo

    adj. solo-, ensam-
    adv. solo, ensam
    n. solo, musikaliskt stycke för en person; ensamflygning; solo (kortspel)
    v. agera ensam, uppträda ensam; flyga ensam
    * * *
    ['səuləu] 1. plural - solos; noun
    (something (eg a musical piece for one voice or instrument, a dance or other entertainment) in which only one person takes part: a cello/soprano solo.) solo
    2. adjective
    (in which only one takes part: a solo flight in an aeroplane.) solo-, ensam-

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  • 851 son-in-law

    * * *
    plural - sons-in-law; noun (a daughter's husband.)

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  • 852 soprano

    adj. sopran-, angående sopran (den högsta sångrösten hos kvinnor och barn)
    n. sopranröst; sopransångerska
    * * *
    plural - sopranos; noun
    ((a singer having) a singing voice of the highest pitch for a woman.) sopran

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  • 853 species

    n. art; sort, slag
    * * *
    plural - species; noun
    1) (a group (of animals etc) whose members are so similar or closely related as to be able to breed together: There are se-veral species of zebra.) art
    2) (a kind or sort.) slag, sort, typ

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  • 854 sperm

    n. sperma, sädesvätska; sädescell, spermie
    * * *
    plural sperms, sperm - noun
    1) (the fluid in a male animal etc that fertilizes the female egg.) sperma
    2) (one of the fertilizing cells in this fluid.) spermie

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  • 855 stable

    adj. stabil, stadig, fast, säker; varaktig
    n. stall; häststall
    v. hållas i stall; sätta i stall
    * * *
    I ['steibl] adjective
    1) (firm and steady or well-balanced: This chair isn't very stable.) stadig, stabil
    2) (firmly established and likely to last: a stable government.) stabil, varaktig
    3) ((of a person or his character) unlikely to become unreasonably upset or hysterical: She's the only stable person in the whole family.) stabil
    4) ((of a substance) not easily decomposed.) beständig
    - stabilize
    - stabilise
    - stabilization
    - stabilisation
    II ['steibl] noun
    1) (a building in which horses are kept.) stall
    2) ((in plural) a horse-keeping establishment: He runs the riding stables.) stall

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  • 856 stand-by

    plural - stand-bys; noun
    1) (readiness for action: Two fire-engines went directly to the fire, and a third was on stand-by (= ready to go if ordered).) beredskap
    2) (something that can be used in an emergency etc: Fruit is a good stand-by when children get hungry between meals.) reserv, ersättning

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  • 857 stimulus

    n. stimulans; drivfjäder, sporre
    * * *
    plural - stimuli; noun
    1) (something that causes a reaction in a living thing: Light is the stimulus that causes a flower to open.) stimulus
    2) (something that rouses or encourages a person etc to action or greater effort: Many people think that children need the stimulus of competition to make them work better in school.) sporre, drivjäder

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  • 858 stock

    adj. stående, standard-
    n. lager; stock; handtag; kreatursbestånd; aktier; fondpapper; härstamning
    v. förse med lager
    * * *
    [stok] 1. noun
    1) ((often in plural) a store of goods in a shop, warehouse etc: Buy while stocks last!; The tools you require are in / out of stock (= available / not available).) lager
    2) (a supply of something: We bought a large stock of food for the camping trip.) lager, förråd
    3) (farm animals: He would like to purchase more (live) stock.) boskap, kreatursbesättning
    4) ((often in plural) money lent to the government or to a business company at a fixed interest: government stock; He has $20,000 in stocks and shares.) statsobligation[], aktie[]
    5) (liquid obtained by boiling meat, bones etc and used for making soup etc.) buljong
    6) (the handle of a whip, rifle etc.) handtag, stock
    2. adjective
    (common; usual: stock sizes of shoes.) standard-
    3. verb
    1) (to keep a supply of for sale: Does this shop stock writing-paper?) föra, ha på (i) lager
    2) (to supply (a shop, farm etc) with goods, animals etc: He cannot afford to stock his farm.) fylla (förse) med varor, kreatursbesätta
    - stocks
    - stockbroker
    - stock exchange
    - stock market
    - stockpile
    4. verb
    (to accumulate (a supply of this sort).) lagra, hamstra
    - stock-taking
    - stock up
    - take stock

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  • 859 storey

    (plural storeys), story (plural stories) noun
    (one of the floors or levels in a building: an apartment block of seventeen storeys.) våning
    - - storied

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  • 860 story

    n. berättelse, saga; handling; våning
    * * *
    I ['sto:ri] plural - stories; noun
    1) (an account of an event, or series of events, real or imaginary: the story of the disaster; the story of his life; He went to the police with his story; What sort of stories do boys aged 10 like?; adventure/murder/love stories; a story-book; He's a good story-teller.) historia, berättelse, saga
    2) ((used especially to children) a lie: Don't tell stories!) osanning, påhitt
    - a tall story II see storey

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