Englischer Thesaurus

Zusätzliche Synonyme

in the sense of alteration
Definition
a change or modification
Making some simple alterations to your diet will make you feel fitter.
in the sense of amend
Definition
to make small changes to something such as a piece of writing or a contract, in order to improve it
The committee put forward proposals to amend the penal system.
in the sense of artifice
Definition
a clever trick
the artifice and illusion of sleight-of-hand card tricks
in the sense of assume
Definition
to undertake or take on
She will assume the role of Chief Executive.
Synonyme
take on,
take over,
don,
put on,
take up,
set about,
attend to,
take responsibility for,
embark upon,
enter upon
in the sense of budge
Definition
to move slightly
I pulled and pulled but I couldn't budge it.
in the sense of contrivance
Definition
an elaborate or deceitful plan
It is nothing more than a contrivance to raise prices.
in the sense of contrive
Definition
to devise or construct ingeniously
The oil companies were accused of contriving a shortage of gasoline to justify price increases.
Synonyme
in the sense of conveyance
Definition
the act of conveying
the conveyance of bicycles on local trains
Synonyme
transportation,
transference
in the sense of craft
Definition
cunning or guile
They defeated their enemies through craft and cunning.
in the sense of crew
Definition
a group of people working together
The film crew spent nearly twelve weeks shooting in Thailand.
Synonyme
working party,
posse

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Video: pronunciation of 'shift'

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The moon is at the forefront of our minds as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong’s ‘small step’ on 20th July, 1969. This month, we’ve been exploring lunar terminology, as well as looking at how the moon has woven itself into the fabric of our everyday language.
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