prong

  • 1 Prong — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Prong es una banda de heavy metal formada en la ciudad de New York en el año 1986. Contenido 1 Biografía 2 Discografía 3 DVD 4 …

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  • 2 Prong — en 2008 Pays d’origine …

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  • 3 Prong — Prong, n. [Cf. D. prangen to pinch, press, LG. prange a stick, or W. procio to thrust, E. prowl, pang.] [1913 Webster] 1. A sharp pointed instrument. [1913 Webster] Prick it on a prong of iron. Sandys. [1913 Webster] 2. The tine of a fork, or of… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 Prong — bei einem Konzert Anfang 2008 …

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  • 5 prong — [prɔŋ US pro:ŋ] n [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: pronga] 1.) a thin sharp point of something such as a fork that has several points ▪ sticking out like the prongs of a garden fork 2.) one of two or three ways of achieving something which are… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 6 prong — late 15c., from Anglo Latin pronga prong, pointed tool, of unknown origin, perhaps related to M.L.G. prange stick, restraining device, prangen to press, pinch. See also prod, which may be related. Prong horned antelope is from 1815 …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 7 Prong — can refer to:Things*Tine (structural), branches or spikes of various tools and natural objects *Pronging, the gait of quadrupeds involving jumping high into the air (Stotting) *Pronghorn, an ungulate mammal native to North AmericaNames*Prong… …

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  • 8 Prong — se formo en 1986 con Ted Parson en la batería, Mike Kirkland en el bajo y Tommy Victor en las guitarras y voces. Primtive Origins es lazado en 1987, un disco de Hardcore Metal, al año siguiente publican Force Fed que venderia siendo la version… …

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  • 9 prong — [ prɔŋ ] noun count 1. ) a long sharp point, especially one of the points on a fork 2. ) any of the separate stages of a plan or activity: the second prong of the attack …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 10 prong — [prôŋ] n. [LME pronge, akin to MLowG prangen, to press, pinch, Ger pranger, pillory] 1. any of the pointed ends of a fork; tine 2. any pointed projecting part, as the tip of an antler vt. to pierce, lift, or break up with a prong …

    English World dictionary

  • 11 prong — (prong) a conical projection …

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  • 12 prong — ► NOUN 1) each of two or more projecting pointed parts on a fork or other article. 2) each of the separate parts of an attack or operation. ► VERB ▪ pierce or stab with a fork. DERIVATIVES pronged adjective. ORIGIN perhaps related to Low German… …

    English terms dictionary

  • 13 prong — UK [prɒŋ] / US [prɔŋ] noun [countable] Word forms prong : singular prong plural prongs 1) a long sharp point, especially one of the points on a fork 2) any of the separate stages of a plan or activity the second prong of the attack …

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  • 14 prong — /prawng, prong/, n. 1. one of the pointed tines of a fork. 2. any pointed, projecting part, as of an antler. 3. a branch of a stream. 4. Jewelry. a tapering metal projection, usually heavier than a claw, rising from the base of a jewelry setting… …

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  • 15 prong — [[t]prɒ̱ŋ, AM prɔ͟ːŋ[/t]] prongs 1) N COUNT: usu pl The prongs of something such as a fork are the long, thin pointed parts. Mark the loaf with the prongs of a fork in a criss cross pattern. ...a prong attached to the back of a rider s boot. 2) N …

    English dictionary

  • 16 prong — /prɒŋ / (say prong) noun 1. one of the pointed divisions or tines of a fork. 2. any pointed projecting part, as of an antler. 3. Colloquial (taboo) the erect penis. –verb (t) 4. to pierce or stab with a prong. {Middle English prang(e), related to …

    Australian English dictionary

  • 17 prong —  a fork ; as a hay prong, a muck prong. North …

    A glossary of provincial and local words used in England

  • 18 prong — I. noun Etymology: Middle English pronge Date: 15th century 1. fork 2. a tine of a fork 3. a slender pointed or projecting part: as a. a fang of a tooth b. a point of an antler 4. something resembling a prong II …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 19 prong — (noun)) 1) a long handled fork with one or two sharp tines used to transfer fish from one place to another (Newfoundland); (verb) 2) the process of using a prong (Newfoundland) …

    Dictionary of ichthyology

  • 20 prong — [[t]prɔŋ, prɒŋ[/t]] n. 1) one of the pointed tines of a fork 2) any pointed, projecting part, as of an antler 3) a subdivision; fork 4) to pierce or stab with or as if with a prong • Etymology: 1400–50 late ME pronge, prange pain, affliction,… …

    From formal English to slang


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