verb (used without object), trou·ble·shoot·ed or trou·ble·shot, trou·ble·shoot·ing. to act or be employed as a troubleshooter:She troubleshoots for a large industrial firm. Is Troubleshooted proper English? For example, the common rule for making the past tense in English is to add “-d” or “-ed” to a verb to give itRead More →

1 : of, relating to, or consisting of words verbal communication. 2 : spoken rather than written verbal testimony. 3 : of, relating to, or formed from a verb a verbal adjective. What is the meaning of this word Boulder? English Language Learners Definition of boulder : a very largeRead More →

It follows under the standard practice of Texture Profile Analysis that Gumminess is calculated from the Hardness times the Cohesiveness. Hardness is given by the peak load of the initial compression. Cohesiveness is given by the total work on the second chew compression divided by the total work of theRead More →

hype, promotion, publicity, plug (informal), puff, razzmatazz (slang), brouhaha, ballyhoo (informal) What is the word hype short for? The verb hype, in the sense of aggressively marketing a product with exaggerated enthusiasm, appears to derive from a U.S. slang term of unknown origin meaning “To short-change, to cheat; to deceive,Read More →

This ring of stones enclosed five sarsen trilithons (a trilithon is a pair of upright stones with a lintel stone spanning their tops) set up in a horseshoe shape 45 feet across. These huge stones, ten uprights and five lintels, weigh up to 50 tons each. How were the trilithonRead More →

The two popular varieties of limes grown in Mexico are the Mexican or Key lime (Citrus aurantifolia) and the Persian lime (Citrus latifolia, simply called “lime” in the US); the former is of Indo–Malayan origin introduced in Mexico by the Spaniards after the 1520s, while the latter, also called theRead More →

Ponderous also describes a person’s manner, or their manner of speaking. If it does, this is a person you will want to avoid. They’re solemn, speak slowly about things that are boring, and get to the punchline of a joke about seven years after anyone with half a brain hasRead More →

Darling, sweetheart, honey, best boy, best girl, gorgeous, handsome, angel etc are just some of the names both grandmas call my chicks. As do their aunties. I also call my nieces and nephews some of those names. What is a grandkid? the son or daughter of one’s child. Is grandchildRead More →

When used attributively, right hand is normally hyphenated: There’s no sound coming out of the right-hand speaker. Chuck had a gun in his right hand. What do we call a right-handed person? ambidextrous Add to list Share. … Coming from the Latin word ambidexter, which means “right-handed on both sides,”Read More →

Yes, yogh is in the scrabble dictionary. Is YAG a scrabble word? Yes, yag is in the scrabble dictionary. Is Yab a word? yab is an acceptable dictionary word for games like scrabble, words with friends, crossword, etc. The word ‘yab’ is made up of 3 letters. Is YIG aRead More →