Plete
Plete Plete, v. t. & i. To plead. [Obs.] --P. Plowman. [1913 Webster]

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  • plete — PLÉTE s. pl. 1. chică. (Tânăr cu plete.) 2. (bot.) pletele muierii (Usnea barbata) = (reg.) barba ursului, mătreaţă de arbori. Trimis de siveco, 01.07.2007. Sursa: Sinonime …   Dicționar Român

  • pletė — ×pletė̃ sf. (4) Švnč žr. 1 pletnė 4: Su tokia pletè nelabai aždengsi langą: siaura, trumpa Lkm …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • plete — early var. plea n., secondary form of plead v., obs. f. pleat …   Useful english dictionary

  • plete — com·plete·ly; com·plete·ment; com·plete·ness; con·tra·plete; de·plete; in·com·plete·ly; in·com·plete·ness; re·plete·ness; com·plete; re·plete; …   English syllables

  • plète — complète replète …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • plété — complété …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • in´com|plete´ness — in|com|plete «IHN kuhm PLEET», adjective. 1. not complete; lacking some part; unfinished: »The artist was working on several paintings which at his death remained incomplete. SYNONYM(S): imperfect, deficient, defective. 2. (of a flower) lacking… …   Useful english dictionary

  • in´com|plete´ly — in|com|plete «IHN kuhm PLEET», adjective. 1. not complete; lacking some part; unfinished: »The artist was working on several paintings which at his death remained incomplete. SYNONYM(S): imperfect, deficient, defective. 2. (of a flower) lacking… …   Useful english dictionary

  • in|com|plete — «IHN kuhm PLEET», adjective. 1. not complete; lacking some part; unfinished: »The artist was working on several paintings which at his death remained incomplete. SYNONYM(S): imperfect, deficient, defective. 2. (of a flower) lacking one or more of …   Useful english dictionary

  • com|plete´ness — com|plete «kuhm PLEET», adjective, verb, plet|ed, plet|ing. –adj. 1. with all the parts; whole; entire: »a complete set of dominoes. We have a complete set of garden tools. 2. (of a period of time) that has run its fu …   Useful english dictionary

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