FinnHun Finnish-Hungarian-English on-line dictionary and thesaurus


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Hungarian (32)

v dob [dˈob]
v ejt [ˈɛjt]

Finnish (11)

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Wiktionary (36)

n A small mass of liquid just large enough to hold its own weight via surface tension, usually one that falls from a source of liquid.
n The space or distance below a cliff or other high position into which someone or something could fall.
n A fall, descent; an act of dropping.
n A place where items or supplies may be left for others to collect, sometimes associated with criminal activity; a drop-off point.
n An instance of dropping supplies or making a delivery, sometimes associated with delivery of supplies by parachute.
n (chiefly|British) a small amount of an alcoholic beverage; or when used with the definite article ('the drop'), alcoholic spirits in general.
n (Ireland|informal) A single measure of whisky.
n (American football) A dropped pass.
n In a woman, the difference between bust circumference and hip circumference; in a man, the difference between chest circumference and waist circumference.
n (video games|online gaming) Any item dropped by defeated enemies.
n (music) A point in a song, usually electronic styled music such as dubstep, house and trance, where everything is played at once, also known highlight, or climax.
v (intransitive) To fall in droplets (of a liquid). (defdate|from 11th c.)
v (transitive) To drip (a liquid). (defdate|form 14th c.)
v (intransitive) Generally, to fall (straight down). (defdate|from 14th c.)
v (transitive|ergative) To let fall; to allow to fall (either by releasing hold of, or losing one's grip on). (defdate|from 14th c.)
v (intransitive) To sink quickly to the ground. (defdate|from 15th c.)
v (intransitive) To come to an end (by not being kept up); to stop. (defdate|from 17th c.)
v (transitive|slang) To part with or spend (money). (defdate|from 17th c.)
v (transitive) To cease concerning oneself over; to have nothing more to do with (a subject, discussion etc.). (defdate|from 17th c.)
v (transitive) To let (a letter etc.) fall into a postbox; to send (a letter or message). (defdate|from 18th c.)
v (transitive) To make (someone or something) fall to the ground from a blow, gunshot etc.; to bring down, to shoot down. (defdate|from 18th c.)
v (transitive|linguistics) To fail to write, or (especially) to pronounce (a syllable, letter etc.). (defdate|from 19th c.)
v (cricket|of a fielder) To fail to make a catch from a batted ball that would have lead to the batsman being out.
v (transitive|slang) To swallow (a drug), particularly LSD. (defdate|from 20th c.)
v (transitive|slang) To impart.
v (transitive|music|African American Vernacular English) To release to the public.
v (intransitive|music|African American Vernacular English) To enter public distribution.
v (transitive) To cancel or end a scheduled event, project or course
v (transitive|fast food) To cook, especially by deep-frying or grilling.
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