Phrase

  • 181 Ad astra (phrase) — For other uses, see Ad astra. Ad astra is a Latin phrase meaning to the stars . The phrase has its origin with Virgil, who wrote sic itur ad astra ( thus you shall go to the stars ; Aeneid book IX, line 641) and opta ardua pennis astra sequi , (… …

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  • 182 Mysterium fidei (Latin phrase) — Mysterium Fidei, a Latin phrase meaning mystery of faith or mystery of the faith, is a Christian theological term for an article of faith or doctrine which defies man’s ability to grasp fully. Examples such as the Trinity are mentioned in the… …

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  • 183 Laconic phrase — A laconic phrase is a very concise or terse statement, named after Laconia (a.k.a. Lacedaemon [Greek Λακεδαίμων ] ), a polis of ancient Greece (and region of modern Greece) surrounding the city of Sparta proper. In common usage, Sparta referred… …

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  • 184 Pushing on a string (phrase) — Pushing on a string is a metaphor for influence that is more effective in moving things in one direction than another. If something is connected to you by a string, you can move it toward you by pulling on the string, but you can t move it away… …

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  • 185 Discontinuous-constituent phrase structure grammar — (DCPSG) (distinct from Discontinuous Phrase Structure Grammar/DPSG) is a formalism for describing discontinuous phrase structures in natural language, such as verb phrases in VSO languages. The formalism was introduced in the slightly more… …

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  • 186 noun phrase — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms noun phrase : singular noun phrase plural noun phrases linguistics a phrase that is used in a sentence in the same way that a noun is used. In the sentence Camping in the rain is not my idea of fun , the phrase …

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  • 187 to coin a phrase — spoken phrase used when you realize that something you have said is a very well known phrase or expression He found out the hard way, to coin a phrase. Thesaurus: expressions used when repeating your own or someone else s wordssynonym Main entry …

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  • 188 Democrat Party (phrase) — Democrat Party is a political epithet used in the United States instead of Democratic Party when talking about the Democratic Party.[1] The term has been used in negative or hostile fashion by conservative commentators and members of the… …

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  • 189 The Full Monty (phrase) — The Full Monty is a British slang phrase of uncertain origin. It is generally used to mean the whole lot . However, since the 1997 film The Full Monty , which is about male strippers, uses the phrase to refer to removing every item of clothing it …

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  • 190 Generalised Phrase Structure Grammar — Die Generalized Phrase Structure Grammar (GPSG) ist eine Theorie zur Beschreibung der Syntax und Semantik von natürlichen Sprachen. Die GPSG wurde anfangs von Gerald Gazdar in den 1970ern entwickelt. Weitere bedeutende Beiträge kamen von Ewan… …

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  • 191 Kaikan Phrase — (jap. 快感フレーズ) ist eine Manga Reihe der japanischen Zeichnerin Mayu Shinjo. Die Reihe auch wurde als Anime Fernsehserie und Videospiel umgesetzt. Das Werk lässt sich den Genre Shōjo, Romantik und Drama zuordnen. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Handlung …

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  • 192 Kaikan Phrase — 快感♥フレーズ (Kaikan Phrase) Género Música, Romance Manga Creado por Mayu Shinjō Editorial …

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  • 193 Список персонажей «Kaikan Phrase» — Эта статья о персонажах Kaikan Phrase. Об аниме и манге см. Kaikan Phrase. Содержание 1 Члены группы Λucifer 1.1 Сакуя 1 …

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  • 194 Список серий аниме «Kaikan Phrase» — Аниме Kaikan Phrase, созданное в компании Studio Hibari, состоит из 44 серий и было показано в Японии с апреля 1999 г. по март 2000 г. на телеканале TV Tokyo. Содержание 1 Список серий 2 Примечания …

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  • 195 Chop chop (phrase) — Chop chop is a phrase rooted in Cantonese. It spread through Chinese workers at sea and has been in North America since the 19th century. Chop chop refers to hurry, hurry and means, something should be done now, advance and without any delay.… …

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  • 196 Mumbo jumbo (phrase) — For the video game character, see Mumbo Jumbo (Banjo Kazooie). For the novel, see Mumbo Jumbo (novel). For the roller coaster, see Mumbo Jumbo (at Flamingo Land). Mumbo jumbo, or mumbo jumbo, is an English phrase or expression that denotes a… …

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  • 197 noun phrase — noun ,phrase noun count a phrase that is used in a sentence in the same way that a noun is used . In the sentence Camping in the rain is not my idea of fun, the phrase Camping in the rain is a noun phrase …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 198 turn of phrase — noun a distinctive spoken or written expression John s succinct turn of phrase persuaded her that it would not be a good idea • Syn: ↑turn of expression • Hypernyms: ↑expressive style, ↑style • Hyponyms: ↑conceit …

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  • 199 Adjectival phrase — An adjectival phrase or adjective phrase (AP) is a phrase with an adjective as its head. Adjectival phrases may occur as pre or postmodifiers to a noun, or as predicatives (predicate adjectives) to a verb (e.g. full in the bottle is full ).… …

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  • 200 Roger Dodger (phrase) — The phrase Roger Dodger originated during World War II, and was verbally circulated throughout the United States military as a part of a mildly amusing story about a pilot or soldier that added his own flair to radio phraseology. The punch line… …

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