189 definitions by Jafje

From the Dutch language;

*In Dutch: Laden (infinitive), (past tense, plural) (be/ge)laden.
*In English: To load (inf.), (past tense)loaded.

In English it's an adjective meaning;

1. Heavily loaded.

2. Oppressed by something: weighed down by a problem or an unpleasant feeling such as doubt or unhappiness.

1. Fruit-laden boughs.
2. Laden with guilt.
by Jafje September 01, 2007
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1) Tool: a useful piece of equipment, usually a specially shaped object designed to do a particular task.

2) Law requirement: something needed in order to achieve something else.

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1. Carry out or fulfill something: to put something into effect or action.

2. To provide or equip somebody with the tools or other means to do something.

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1) Writing implements.
2) They still need to get that through implementation.

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1) The plan has yet to be fully implemented.
2) The thieves were given all necessary implementations.
by Jafje June 14, 2007

Noun;

1. A continuous distribution of colored light produced when a beam of white light is dispersed into its components, e.g. by a prism.

2. A range of radiation frequencies that have a particular property.

3. A visual record of the wavelengths of the radiation or particles emitted (see Emit) by a substance, used as a means of analyzing its physical properties such as energy and mass.

4. A range of values, especially one with opposite values at its limits.

5. The range of organisms that an antibiotic can kill.

1. A buautiful spectrum.
2. There's several spectrums in the air.
3. On the spectrum you can see the wavelengths of the radiation or particles emitted by the strange object.
4. A spectrum of opinions between the policital parties.
5. This antibiotic has a large spectrum.
by Jafje September 05, 2007
Limburgs: dialect simmular to Dutch spoken in the Dutch province of Limburg.
"Ik spreek Limburgs."
I speak the Limburgs dialect.
by Jafje May 05, 2007
1. Produce something: To send or give out something

2. Utter something: to utter a sound

3. Put money into circulation: to put currency into circulation.
1. An oil heater that emits smoke.
2. An emitted a giggle.
3. An emitted currency.
by Jafje April 03, 2007

Basic form of verb: a form of a verb with no reference to a specific tense, person, or subject.

In English, an infinitive is usually preceded by the word "to," e.g., "to see."
by Jafje September 01, 2007

1) U.K. criticism: a series of insulting, mocking, or critical comments.

2) USA: To sleep with someone.

1) I took a right slaging over that haircut

2) He's always slaging with people he knows for like an hour.
by Jafje June 06, 2007
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