Skue
Skue \Skue\, a. & n. See {Skew}. [1913 Webster]

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  • skue — I skue 1. skue sb., t, r, rne (syn); stille til skue (udstille) II skue 2. skue vb., r, de, t (se); hvad skuer mit øje?; man skal ikke skue hunden på hårene (man skal ikke bedømme nogen el. noget alene ud fra udseendet) …   Dansk ordbog

  • skue — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Show — Skue, opvisning, udstyrsrevy …   Danske encyklopædi

  • Vue — Skue, udsyn, overblik …   Danske encyklopædi

  • school — skuːl n. any institution of learning; group of people influenced by a common master or system of thought; system; faculty, academic department; large group of fish or sea mammals v. teach, instruct, provide with an education; train, guide; swim… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • scoop — skuːp n. spoon, ladle; tool for scooping or digging; hollow, cavity; act of scooping or digging; quantity that fills one scoop; (Slang) exclusive news story reported by one newspaper (or television station, etc.); large profit (Slang) v. dig,… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • scooped — skuːp n. spoon, ladle; tool for scooping or digging; hollow, cavity; act of scooping or digging; quantity that fills one scoop; (Slang) exclusive news story reported by one newspaper (or television station, etc.); large profit (Slang) v. dig,… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • scooping — skuːp n. spoon, ladle; tool for scooping or digging; hollow, cavity; act of scooping or digging; quantity that fills one scoop; (Slang) exclusive news story reported by one newspaper (or television station, etc.); large profit (Slang) v. dig,… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • scoops — skuːp n. spoon, ladle; tool for scooping or digging; hollow, cavity; act of scooping or digging; quantity that fills one scoop; (Slang) exclusive news story reported by one newspaper (or television station, etc.); large profit (Slang) v. dig,… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • scoot — skuːt n. quick dashing movement, dart (Slang) v. dart, move swiftly, dash …   English contemporary dictionary

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