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  • 1 prate — I. v. n. Prattle, chatter, tattle, babble, gabble, palaver, jabber, be loquacious, be garrulous. II. v. a. Tell (foolishly), babble, utter, prate about. III. n. Prattle, gabble, chatter, twaddle, palaver, idle talk, childish talk, twattle, non… …

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  • 2 prate — [preıt] v [Date: 1400 1500; : Middle Dutch; Origin: praten] [i]old use to talk in a meaningless, boring way about something …

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  • 3 prate — [ preıt ] verb intransitive an old word meaning to talk in a silly way for a long time about unimportant things …

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  • 4 prate — UK [preɪt] / US verb [intransitive] Word forms prate : present tense I/you/we/they prate he/she/it prates present participle prating past tense prated past participle prated an old word meaning to talk in a silly way for a long time about… …

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  • 5 prate — verb (intransitive + on/about) old fashioned to talk in a meaningless, boring way about something …

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  • 6 prate — preɪt v. chatter, talk about trivial matters, babble, gab; express foolishly, utter using nonsensical talk …

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  • 7 babble — I. v. n. 1. Prattle, jabber, chatter, gibber, talk inarticulately. 2. Prate, chat, gossip, palaver, tattle, be loquacious, talk idly or thoughtlessly. See prate. 3. Tell secrets, tattle, blab, let the cat out of the bag. II. v. a. 1. Tell ( …

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  • 8 ἐναδολεσχούντων — ἐναδολεσχέω prate about pres part act masc/neut gen pl (attic epic doric) ἐναδολεσχέω prate about pres imperat act 3rd pl (attic epic doric) …

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  • 9 Blind men and an elephant — The story of the blind men and an elephant originated from India. It has been attributed to the Sufis, Jainists, Buddhists, or Hindus, and has been used by all those groups. The version best known in the West is the 19th Century poem by John… …

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  • 10 Die blinden Männer und der Elefant — Blinde Mönche untersuchen einen Elefanten (Druck von Hanabusa Itchō, 1888) Im Gleichnis Die blinden Männer und der Elefant untersucht eine Gruppe von Blinden oder Männer in völliger Dunkelheit einen Elefanten, um zu begreifen, worum es sich bei… …

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  • 11 μετεωροκοπεῖν — μετεωροκοπέω prate about high things pres inf act (attic epic doric) …

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  • 12 μετεωροκοπεῖς — μετεωροκοπέω prate about high things pres ind act 2nd sg (attic epic doric ionic) …

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  • 13 ἐναδολεσχεῖν — ἐναδολεσχέω prate about pres inf act (attic epic doric) …

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  • 14 chat — vb Chat, gab, chatter, patter, prate, prattle, babble, gabble, jabber, gibber denote to emit a loose and ready flow of inconsequential talk or as nouns the talk so emitted. To chat is to talk in light, easy, and pleasant fashion {in easy mirth we …

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  • 15 gossip — [n1] talk about others; rumor account, babble, back fence talk*, blather, blether, buzz*, calumny, chatter, chitchat*, chronicle, clothesline*, conversation, cry, defamation, dirty laundry*, dirty linen*, dirty wash*, earful*, grapevine*, hearsay …

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  • 16 Søren Kierkegaard — Søren Aabye Kierkegaard Sketch of Søren Kierkegaard by Niels Christian Kierkegaard, c. 1840 Full name Søren Aabye Kierkegaard Born 5 May 1813 Copenhagen, Denmark Died 11 November 1855 …

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  • 17 William Gilbert Puckey — (born 5 May 1805 in Penrhyn, Cornwall, England in died 27 March 1878 in Kaitaia) was a British born, New Zealand raised missionary who arrived in New Zealand at the age of 14. In his first years in New Zealand he picked up the Māori language… …

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  • 18 Mammography — [1] Mammography Intervention Mammography ICD 10 PCS BH0 …

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  • 19 Geld — 1. Ach, nun fällt mi all mîn klên Geld bî. (Brandenburg.) Ein Ausruf, der häufig erfolgt, wenn jemand durch irgendeinen Umstand an etwas erinnert wird, was er hätte thun sollen, aber bisher zu thun vergessen hat. 2. All wîr1 Geld, dat et Wîf nig… …

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  • 20 The Unsex'd Females — Infobox Book name = The Unsex d Females, a Poem image caption = Title page from the 1800 New York edition author = Richard Polwhele cover artist = country = Britain language = English subject = publisher =William Cobbett (orig. pub. Cadell and… …

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