189 definition by Jafje

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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

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Be sign of something: To be a particular indication of something that is about to happen.
This does not bode well for the future of the organization.
by Jafje March 31, 2007

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1) A hard, black, often glassy, volcanic rock. It was produced by the partial melting of the Earth's mantle.

2) A stone-like, hard black unglazed pottery.

1) The statue was built on a basalt tower.
2) That vase cannot break, it's made of basalt.
by Jafje June 14, 2007

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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

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To attack somebody or somebody's reputation, character, or good name by making slanderous or libelous statements.

An example of defamation is a false and malicious published statement that damages somebody's reputation.
by Jafje September 16, 2007

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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

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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

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