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  • 1 heaped — [hi:pt] adj BrE heaped teaspoon/tablespoon etc an amount of something that is as much as a spoon can hold ▪ Add three heaped teaspoons of sugar …

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  • 2 heaped — [ hipt ] adjective BRITISH HEAPING …

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  • 3 heaped — adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑heap …

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  • 4 heaped — [[t]hi͟ːpt[/t]] 1) ADJ: ADJ n A heaped spoonful has the contents of the spoon piled up above the edge. Add one heaped tablespoon of salt. 2) ADJ: v link ADJ with n A container or a surface that is heaped with things has a lot of them in it or on… …

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  • 5 heaped — UK [hiːpt] / US [hɪpt] adjective British 1) a heaped spoon is completely full Add a heaped tablespoon of sugar. 2) filled or covered with a lot of something in a high pile heaped bowls of fruit a plate heaped with spaghetti …

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  • 6 heaped bushel —    a traditional unit of volume in the United States, the heaped bushel is just what its name implies: the volume of a bushel container filled to overflowing. Officially, the heaped bushel was supposed to equal 1.278 regular, or struck bushels;… …

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  • 7 heaped — adjective a) In a heap. the heaped dishes waiting to be washed up b) Containing a heap. a heaped teaspoon of sugar …

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  • 8 heaped — adjective heaped teaspoon/tablespoon etc an amount of something that is as much as a spoon can hold: Add heaped teaspoons of sugar …

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  • 9 heaped — [hiːpt] adj British 1) a heaped spoon is completely full 2) filled or covered with a lot of something in a high pile a plate heaped with spaghetti[/ex] …

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  • 10 Heaped — Heap Heap, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Heaped} (h[=e]pt); p. pr. & vb. n. {Heaping}.] [AS. he[ a]pian.] 1. To collect in great quantity; to amass; to lay up; to accumulate; usually with up; as, to heap up treasures. [1913 Webster] Though he heap up… …

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  • 11 heaped — (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. amassed, collected, stored; see gathered …

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  • 12 heaped — hɪːp n. pile, mound; special area of memory which is used to store important resources (Computers) v. pile up; fill full …

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  • 13 heaped praises on — praised, complimented, said many good things about …

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  • 14 heaped — adjective Brit. (of a spoon) with the contents piled above the brim or edge. → heap …

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  • 15 heaped —   Āhua, ahulau, kūāhua, ahuwale, pu u, pu upu u, pōhuku (pāhuku), ākoakoa …

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  • 16 heaped measure — noun or heaping measure : dry measure obtained by filling the container heaping full …

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  • 17 knulled — heaped. Pol. S. 193. From ‘knoll,’ a mound …

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  • 18 List of cloud types — Clouds are formed in Earth s atmosphere when water evaporates into vapor from oceans, lakes, and ponds or by evapotranspiration over moist areas of Earth s land surface. The vapor rises up into colder areas of the atmosphere due to convective,… …

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  • 19 νητ' — νητά , νητός heaped neut nom/voc/acc pl νητά̱ , νητός heaped fem nom/voc/acc dual νητά̱ , νητός heaped fem nom/voc sg (doric aeolic) νητέ , νητός heaped masc voc sg νηταί , νητός heaped fem nom/voc pl …

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  • 20 Dry measure — Dry measures are units of volume used to measure bulk commodities which are not gas or liquid. They are typically used in agriculture, agronomy, and commodity markets to measure grain, dried beans, and dried and fresh fruit (e.g. a peck of apples …

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