Cur'e
Cur'e \Cu`r['e]"\ (k[.u]`r[asl]"), n. [F., fr. LL. curatus. See {Curate}.] A curate; a pardon. [1913 Webster]

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  • cur´vi|lin´e|ar|ly — cur|vi|lin|e|ar «KUR vuh LIHN ee uhr», adjective. 1. consisting of a curved line or lines: »The Einsteinian universe is curvilinear, with four dimensions (New York Times). 2. enclosed by curved lines. –cur´vi|lin´e|ar|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • cur|vi|lin|e|ar — «KUR vuh LIHN ee uhr», adjective. 1. consisting of a curved line or lines: »The Einsteinian universe is curvilinear, with four dimensions (New York Times). 2. enclosed by curved lines. –cur´vi|lin´e|ar|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • cur|va´ceous|ly — cur|va|ceous «kur VAY shuhs», adjective. Informal. having a curving or well shaped female figure; attractively or well proportioned. ╂[< curv(e) + aceous] –cur|va´ceous|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • cur|va|ceous — «kur VAY shuhs», adjective. Informal. having a curving or well shaped female figure; attractively or well proportioned. ╂[< curv(e) + aceous] –cur|va´ceous|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • cur|vi|lin|e|al — «KUR vuh LIHN ee uhl», adjective. = curvilinear. (Cf. ↑curvilinear) …   Useful english dictionary

  • e-currency — e cur‧ren‧cy [ˈiː ˌkʌrənsi ǁ ˌkɜː ] noun e currencies PLURALFORM [countable] one of the types of e money that can be used to buy things on the Internet: • an e currency exchange provider * * * e currency UK US noun [C or U] (also electronic… …   Financial and business terms

  • cur — bi·cur·sal; con·cur; con·cur·rence; con·cur·rent·ly; con·cur·ring·ly; con·cur·sion; con·cur·so; con·cur·sus; cu·cur·bit; cu·cur·bi·ta; cu·cur·bi·ta·ce·ae; cu·cur·bi·tar·i·a·ce·ae; cur·abil·i·ty; cur·able; cur·agh; cur·cas; cur·chie; cur·cu·lio;… …   English syllables

  • cur. — 1. currency. 2. current. * * * cur «kur», noun. 1. a worthless dog of mixed breed; mongrel: »That snappish, ill tempered cur bit the postman. 2. Figurative. an ill bred, contemptible person. ╂[Middle English curre, earlier …   Useful english dictionary

  • e — ab·i·e·tate; ab·i·e·tene; abio·gen·e·sis; abi·og·e·nist; abra·si·om·e·ter; ab·sorp·ti·om·e·ter; aca·cat·e·chin; ac·ac·e·tin; acad·e·mist; acad·e·my; ac·cel·er·om·e·ter; ac·e·tab·u·lar; ac·e·tab·u·lar·ia; ac·e·tab·u·late; ac·e·tab·u·lif·era;… …   English syllables

  • E.M.P.H. — Siehe auch Hauptartikel: Akademischer Grad Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Bachelorgrad 2 Lizentiat 3 Magistergrad 4 Diplomgrad 4.1 Fachhochschule …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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