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  • 1 similar

    ['similə]
    ((often with to) alike in many (often most) ways: My house is similar to yours; Our jobs are similar.) όμοιος,παρόμοιος
    - similarly

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  • 2 Similar

    adj.
    P. and V. ὁμοῖος, V. ὁμόστολος; see Like.
    Equal: P. and V. σος.
    Nearly similary: P. παρόμοιος, παραπλήσιος.

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  • 3 similar

    παρόμοιος

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  • 4 like

    I 1. adjective
    (the same or similar: They're as like as two peas.) όμοιος
    2. preposition
    (the same as or similar to; in the same or a similar way as: He climbs like a cat; She is like her mother.) σαν
    3. noun
    (someone or something which is the same or as good etc as another: You won't see his like / their like again.) όμοιος
    4. conjunction
    ((especially American) in the same or a similar way as: No-one does it like he does.) όπως
    - likelihood
    - liken
    - likeness
    - likewise
    - like-minded
    - a likely story!
    - as likely as not
    - be like someone
    - feel like
    - he is likely to
    - look like
    - not likely!
    II verb
    1) (to be pleased with; to find pleasant or agreeable: I like him very much; I like the way you've decorated this room.) μου αρέσει
    2) (to enjoy: I like gardening.) απολαμβάνω
    - likeable
    - likable
    - liking
    - should/would like
    - take a liking to

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  • 5 cog

    [koɡ]
    (one of a series of teeth around the edge of a wheel which fits into one of a similar series in a similar wheel (or into a chain as in a bicycle) causing motion: The cogs in the gear-wheels of a car get worn down.) δόντι γραναζιού

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  • 6 fellow-feeling

    noun (sympathy (especially for someone in a similar situation, of similar tastes etc): I had a fellow-feeling for the other patient with the broken leg.) αλληλοκατανόηση, σύμπνοια

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  • 7 match

    [mæ ] I noun
    (a short piece of wood or other material tipped with a substance that catches fire when rubbed against a rough or specially-prepared surface: He struck a match.) σπίρτο
    II 1. noun
    1) (a contest or game: a football/rugby/chess match.) αγώνας,συνάντηση
    2) (a thing that is similar to or the same as another in some way(s) eg in colour or pattern: These trousers are not an exact match for my jacket.) ταίρι
    3) (a person who is able to equal another: She has finally met her match at arguing.) ισάξιος αντίπαλος,”μάστορας”
    4) (a marriage or an act of marrying: She hoped to arrange a match for her daughter.) συνοικέσιο
    2. verb
    1) (to be equal or similar to something or someone in some way eg in colour or pattern: That dress matches her red hair.) ταιριάζω
    2) (to set (two things, people etc) to compete: He matched his skill against the champion's.) αντιπαρατάσσω/παραβγαίνω
    - matchless
    - matchmaker

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  • 8 sour

    1. adjective
    1) (having a taste or smell similar in nature to that of lemon juice or vinegar: Unripe apples are/taste very sour.) ξινός
    2) (having a similar taste as a stage in going bad: sour milk.) ξινισμένος
    3) ((of a person, his character etc) discontented, bad-tempered or disagreeable: She was looking very sour this morning.) στριφνός,ανάποδος
    2. verb
    (to make or become sour.) ξινίζω
    - sourness

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  • 9 wing

    [wiŋ]
    1) (one of the arm-like limbs of a bird or bat, which it usually uses in flying, or one of the similar limbs of an insect: The eagle spread his wings and flew away; The bird cannot fly as it has an injured wing; These butterflies have red and brown wings.) φτερούγα, φτερό
    2) (a similar structure jutting out from the side of an aeroplane: the wings of a jet.) φτερό (αεροπλάνου κλπ)
    3) (a section built out to the side of a (usually large) house: the west wing of the hospital.) πτέρυγα
    4) (any of the corner sections of a motor vehicle: The rear left wing of the car was damaged.) φτερό αυτοκινήτου
    5) (a section of a political party or of politics in general: the Left/Right wing.) πτέρυγα
    6) (one side of a football etc field: He made a great run down the left wing.) πλευρά
    7) (in rugby and hockey, a player who plays mainly down one side of the field.) ακραίος κυνηγός (χόκεϋ, ράγκμπι)
    8) (in the air force, a group of three squadrons of aircraft.) πτέρυγα τριών μοιρών
    - - winged
    - winger
    - wingless
    - wings
    - wing commander
    - wingspan
    - on the wing
    - take under one's wing

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  • 10 'cello

    [' eləu]
    ((short for violoncello) a stringed musical instrument similar to, but much larger than, a violin.) βιολοντσέλο
    - 'cellist

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  • 11 akin

    [ə'kin]
    ((often with to) similar in nature: This problem is akin to the one we had last year.) συναφής, σχετικός

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  • 12 alike

    1. adjective
    (like one another; similar: Twins are often very alike.) όμοιος
    2. adverb
    (in the same way: He treated all his children alike.) με τον ίδιο τρόπο

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  • 13 arm

    I noun
    1) (the part of the body between the shoulder and the hand: He has broken both his arms.) μπράτσο
    2) (anything shaped like or similar to this: She sat on the arm of the chair.) βραχίονας
    - armband
    - armchair
    - armpit
    - arm-in-arm
    - keep at arm's length
    - with open arms
    II verb
    1) (to give weapons to (a person etc): to arm the police.) εξοπλίζω
    2) (to prepare for battle, war etc: They armed for battle.) (εξ)οπλίζομαι
    - arms
    - be up in arms
    - take up arms

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  • 14 banjo

    ['bæn‹ou]
    plural - banjo(e)s; noun
    (a stringed musical instrument similar to the guitar: He plays the banjo; Play me a tune on the banjo.) μπάντζο

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  • 15 belt

    [belt] 1. noun
    1) (a long (narrow) piece of leather, cloth etc worn round the waist: a trouser-belt; He tightened his belt.) ζώνη
    2) (a similar object used to set wheels in motion: the belt of a vacuum-cleaner.) ιμάντας
    3) (a zone of country etc: a belt of trees; an industrial belt.) περιοχή, `ζώνη`
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a belt: He belted his trousers on.) ζώνω
    2) (to strike (with or without a belt): He belted the disobedient dog.) δέρνω

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  • 16 billow out

    (to move in a way similar to large waves: The sails billowed out in the strong wind; Her skirt billowed out in the breeze.) κυματίζω, φουσκώνω

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  • 17 biscuit

    ['biskit]
    1) ((American cookie) a crisp, sweet piece of dough baked in small flat cakes.) μπισκότο
    2) (a similar savoury flat cake.) κρακεράκι
    3) ((American) a small soft round cake.) γλύκισμα

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  • 18 blister

    ['blistə] 1. noun
    1) (a thin bubble on the skin, containing liquid: My feet have blisters after walking so far.) φουσκάλα
    2) (a similar spot on any surface: blisters on paintwork.) φυσσαλίδα
    2. verb
    (to (cause to) rise in a blister or blisters.) κάνω φουσκάλες

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  • 19 bowling

    noun ((see also ninepins) the game of skittles, bowls or something similar.) μπόουλινγκ

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  • 20 bracket

    ['brækit] 1. noun
    1) ((usually in plural) marks (eg (),, etc) used to group together one or more words etc.) παρένθεση, αγκύλες
    2) (a support for a shelf etc: The shelf fell down because the brackets were not strong enough.) στήριγμα ραφιού, γωνιά
    2. verb
    1) (to enclose (words etc) by brackets.) βάζω σε παρένθεση
    2) ((sometimes with together) to group together (similar or equal people or things).) συγκατατάσσω

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