fate

  • 41 Fate — Original name in latin Fate Name in other language State code US Continent/City America/Chicago longitude 32.94151 latitude 96.38137 altitude 183 Population 6357 Date 2011 05 14 …

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  • 42 fate — [14] Etymologically, fate is ‘that which is spoken’ – that is, by the gods. Like so many other English words, from fable to profess, it goes back ultimately to the Indo European base *bha ‘speak’. Its immediate source was Italian fato, a… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • 43 fate — See: tempt fate or tempt the fates …

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  • 44 fate — noun 1》 the development of events outside a person s control, regarded as predetermined by a supernatural power. 2》 the outcome of a situation for someone or something. 3》 the unescapable death of a person. 4》 (the Fates) Greek & Roman Mythology… …

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  • 45 fate — Whether or not a cheque or bill has been paid or dishonoured. A bank requested by another bank to advise fate of a cheque or bill is being asked if it has been paid or not …

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  • 46 fate — [14] Etymologically, fate is ‘that which is spoken’ – that is, by the gods. Like so many other English words, from fable to profess, it goes back ultimately to the Indo European base *bha ‘speak’. Its immediate source was Italian fato, a… …

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  • 47 FATE — Fisheries and the Environment (Academic & Science » Ocean Science) ** Fighting Aids Through Education (Medical) * Feline Aortic Thromboembolism (Medical » Veterinary) * Frank Amoroso Trucking Enterprises (Business » Firms) * Family Affirmed… …

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  • 48 fate — agrafâtes assoiffâtes biffâtes bisulfate bouffâtes calfate chauffâtes coiffâtes décoiffâtes dégrafâtes dégriffâtes esbroufâtes gaffâtes glycérophosphate greffâtes griffâtes parafâtes persulfate phosphate piaffâtes rebiffâtes recoiffâtes… …

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  • 49 Fate — (Roget s IV) n. Syn. destiny, Nemesis, the Fates, the Weird Sisters, Parcae, the Norns, the three sisters; Clotho, Lachesis, and Atropos …

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  • 50 FATE —    the BELIEF that human affairs are destined by COSMIC powers, either GOD or GODS or the workings of the UNIVERSE …

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  • 51 Fate — American nickname for Lafayette …

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  • 52 fate — fete …

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  • 53 fate — feɪt n. destiny, fortune, person s lot in life; death; destruction …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 54 fate — 1) feat 2) feta …

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  • 55 fate — wyrd …

    English to the Old English

  • 56 fate — n. 1. Destiny, destination, fatality, inevitable necessity. 2. Doom, lot, predetermined event. 3. Death, destruction. 4. Final event, ultimate fortune …

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  • 57 fate — n 1. fortune, lot, cup, portion, die, doom, Archaic. foredoom, Chiefly Scot. weird, Brit. Inf. cup of tea, writing on the wall; destiny, karma, kismet, predetermination, predestination, God s will, Fortune s wheel, wheel of fortune, whatever… …

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  • 58 fate —  Судьба …

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  • 59 fate —   Hopena, hope. Ill fated, kūlana pō ino …

    English-Hawaiian dictionary

  • 60 fate — Inevitability; destiny …

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