to fertilize [...\..., ' 434]
was fertilized () [...\..., ' 434]
violation, breach
violation of the law -
exaggeration
to separate, sever [..., ' 431] { : , , }
fertilization
artificial insemination
to exaggerate [..., ' 432]
to cause to flower, bloom [..., ' 433] { : }
to bother, disrupt, interfere [..., ' 437] { : , }
1. to set aside
2. to secrete
[..., ' 441] { : , }
was bothered, disrupted, distrubed () [..., ' 437] { : , }
disturbance, interference
1. difference, gap
2. remainder
1. was set aside
2. was secreted
() [..., ' 441] { : , }
1. setting aside
2. secretion
1. was undressed
2. was made abstract
() [..., ' 442] { : }
1. undressing
2. abstraction
1. to undress
2. to make abstract
[..., ' 442] { : , , , , }
1. to melt, defrost
2. to mollify, conciliate
[..., ' 443]
1. was melted, defrosted
2. was mollified
() [; ] { : , }
defrosting, thawing
to surprise [..., ' 446]
was surprised () [..., ' 446]
surprise
was placed, positioned () [; ] { : , , , }
1. to point at/to...
2. to vote
[..., ' 447]
1. pointing at, indicating
2. voting
vote of confidence (no-confidence) - (-)
1. was demonstrated, presented
2. was represented
() [..., ' 211] { : , , }
show, play, presentation
to salute [..., ' 449]
to justify, vindicate [..., ' 449] { : , }
salute
justification
to declare, make a statement [...,' 450]
joy, jubilation
declaration
Balfour Declaration (1917) -
to cause to laugh [..., ' 454] { : }
to accumulate, pile up [..., ' 448] { : , ]
accumulation, accrual
to justify oneself [..., ' 449] { : , }
self-justification
to be ordered, commanded () [...\..., ' 451] { : , , }
to be crowded together [..., ' 468] { : }
crowding, congestion
to equip oneself () [..., ' 454] { : , }
equipping oneself ()
to excel () [..., ' 454] { : , }
excellence, distinction ()
1. to pose, sit for a portrait
2. to appear to be, emerge as
[..., ' 456] { : , , }
1. to give the sign of the cross
2. to intersect
[..., ' 456] { : , , , , }
1. making the sign of the cross
2. intersection
to be photographed [..., ' 459] { : , }
being photographed
to be reduced, minimized [...., ' 462] { : , }
contraction, diminution
1. to catch a cold
2. to be cooled
[..., ' 464] { : , }
1. catching cold
2. cooling
to be modest, humble [..., ' 464] { : , }