Fract
Fract Fract (fr[a^]kt), v. t. [L. fractus, p. p. of frangere to break.] To break; to violate. [Obs.] --Shak. [1913 Webster]

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  • fract — /frakt/ transitive verb 1. To break 2. To violate (Shakespeare) ORIGIN: L frangere, fractum to break (partly through Fr) • • • fractˈed adjective 1. Broken 2. Violated 3. Having a part displaced, as if broken (heraldry) …   Useful english dictionary

  • fract — s.n. v. fraht. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN …   Dicționar Român

  • fract — con·gel·i·fract; dif·fract; fract·ed; in·fract; in·fract·ible; re·fract·ed; re·fract; …   English syllables

  • fract — fracture …   Medical dictionary

  • fract — (L). Break; broken …   Dictionary of word roots and combining forms

  • fract — • fracture …   Dictionary of medical acronyms & abbreviations

  • fract|ed — «FRAK tihd», adjective. Heraldry. having a part displaced, as if broken: »a fracted chevron. ╂[< Latin frāctus, past participle of frangere to break + English ed2] …   Useful english dictionary

  • Fract. dos. — [L.] fracґta doґsi (in divided doses) …   Medical dictionary

  • dif|fract — «dih FRAKT», transitive verb. 1. Physics. to break up by diffraction: »The neutrons are scattered or diffracted by the atoms just as X rays are (Science News Letter). 2. to break in pieces; break up. ╂[< Latin diffractus, past participle of… …   Useful english dictionary

  • in|fract — «ihn FRAKT», transitive verb. to break (a law or obligation); violate. ╂[American English < Latin īnfractus, past participle of īnfringere infringe] –in|frac´tor, noun …   Useful english dictionary

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