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  • 981 abstention

    n. återhållsamhet; måttlighet; röstnedläggelse
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    noun (the act of abstaining: At the election of the new chairman the voting was six for, three against, and two abstentions.) röstnedläggelse, avhållsamhet

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  • 982 abstinence

    n. avhållelse från; avhållsamhet
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    1) (the act or habit of abstaining, especially from alcohol.) avhållsamhet
    2) (withdrawal from taking alcohol or addictive drugs: He is in heroin abstinence.) avhållsamhet
    - symptoms of abstinence

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  • 983 abstract

    adj. abstrakt; teoretisk; opraktisk
    n. abstrakt begrepp; sammandrag, sammanfattning; utdrag; abstrakt
    v. sammanfatta; abstrahera; göra sammandrag
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    ['æbstrækt] 1. adjective
    1) ((of a noun) referring to something which exists as an idea and which is not physically real: Truth, poverty and bravery are abstract nouns.) abstrakt
    2) ((of painting, sculpture etc) concerned with colour, shape, texture etc rather than showing things as they really appear: an abstract sketch of a vase of flowers.) abstrakt
    2. noun
    (a summary (of a book, article etc).) sammandrag, referat

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  • 984 abstruseness

    n. svårfattlighet, dunkelhet
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    noun svårfattlighet

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  • 985 absurdness

    n. orimlighet, absurditet
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    noun absurditet, orimlighet

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  • 986 abundance

    n. överflöd; rikedom
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    (a large amount: an abundance of food; There was food in abundance.) överflöd
    - abundantly

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  • 987 abuse

    n. missbruk; misshandel; missförhållande; ovett, smädelser
    v. missbruka; misshandla; skymfa, okväda
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    1. [ə'bju:z] verb
    1) (to use wrongly, usually with harmful results: She abused her privileges by taking too long a holiday.) missbruka
    2) (to insult or speak roughly to: She abused the servants.) skymfa, skälla på
    2. [ə'bju:s] noun
    1) (insulting language: He shouted abuse at her.) ovett, smädelser
    2) (the wrong use of something: This toy has been subjected to a lot of abuse.) missbruk
    - abusively
    - abusiveness

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  • 988 abusiveness

    n. oförskämdhet; missbruk
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    noun oförskämdhet

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  • 989 abyss

    n. avgrund
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    (a very deep or bottomless hole or chasm.) avgrund

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  • 990 academic year

    akademiskt år
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    noun (that part of the year when students go to school, college or university: The academic year ends in June.)

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  • 991 academies

    plural; see academy

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  • 992 acceleration

    n. acceleration; påskyndande
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    noun acceleration

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  • 993 accelerator

    n. gaspedal i ett motorfordon; (data) expansionskort el. annan hårdvara som ökar hastigheten för särskilda funktioner (såsom bearbetningen av grafik, floating-point)
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    noun (a pedal, lever etc that controls the speed or acceleration of a machine.) gaspedal, gasreglage

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  • 994 accent

    n. accent (språkligt); tryck; betoning
    v. betona; accentuera
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    1. ['æksənt] noun
    1) ((a mark used to show) the stress on a syllable: The accent is on the second syllable.) accent, betoning
    2) (a mark used to show the pronunciation of a letter in certain languages: Put an accent on the e in début.) accent[]
    3) (emphasis: The accent must be on hard work.) tonvikt
    4) (a special way of pronouncing words in a particular area etc: an American accent.) brytning, uttal
    2. [ək'sent] verb
    (to pronounce with stress or emphasis: The second syllable is accented.) betona

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  • 995 acceptance

    n. antagande, accepterande; godtagande
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    noun We have had few acceptances to our invitation.) accepterande, antagande

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  • 996 access

    n. databas-mjukvara från Microsoft (data)
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    1) (way or right of approach or entry: We gained access to the house through a window.) tillträde, ingång
    2) (way or right to meet (someone) or use (something): Senior students have access to the library at weekends.) tillträde, tillgång
    - accessible
    - accessibility

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  • 997 access code

    tillträdelsetkod, lösenord, särskild kod som används för att tillträda (ett datasystem, etc.)
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    noun (a combination of characters that is used to obtain permission to enter a computer or a communication network.) lösenord, kod

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  • 998 accessibility

    n. tillgänglighet, åtkomlighet; mottaglighet
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    noun tillgänglighet, åtkomlighet

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  • 999 accession

    n. tillträde; inträdande
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    1) (a coming to the position of king or queen: in the year of the Queen's accession (to the throne).) tronbestigning
    2) (an addition: There are several new accessions to the library.) tillskott

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  • 1000 accessories

    n. Medhjälpare; tillbehör; mapp i Startmenyn i ett Windows funktionssystem (innehåller mindre program)
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    plural; see accessory

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