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What does multiple meaning words mean?
Words with multiple meanings would be ones that have more than one definition.
- Bear: could be a grizzly bear, or it could be bearing up your burdens.
- Den: could be a place where animals live, or could be a place in your house.
- Copper: could be a metal, or slang for a police officer
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The multiples of a number are any numbers that can divide evenly by that original number. They are called multiples because you can multiply the original number to arrive at t…hem. For example, 24 is a multiple of 8 because 24 can divide by 8. It is a multiple because you can get to 24 by doing 8x3.
Yes, I can think of three meanings for the word hustle. It can refer to hurrying, moving quickly. It can refer to defrauding someone. And there is also a dance called the Hust…le (whether anyone still dances it I cannot say, but there is a song called "Do The Hustle" which has not disappeared from memory).
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Some words having multiple meanings are: 1) Boot: Examples: I will boot my computer, or, 2) I will wear my favorite black boots. 3) Did you perform a spell check on your book?… or, 4) I will check the pantry for missing items. 5) I will right the wrong done to me; 6) Is there a copyright on that story? 7) I will run like the wind; 8) the test is now being run on the computer. 8) I can speak the language; 9) There is a can of carrots in the pantry.
Yes, there are many definitions for the word blue: a colour, depressed, vulgar, the sea, disappointed. These are some examples of the various definitions.
Answer X is a multiple of Y means that X=c*Y, where c is a number. This also implies that Y is a multiple of X: Y=(1/c)*X. Or, to put it more simply: If you m…ultiply two or more numbers take your answer and the number you multiplied by are the multiples. Example: 3*8=24 Meaning that 24 is a multiple of both 8 and 3. You could also count by that number and the numbers you say are the multiples of the starting number. Example: Multiples of 7: 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, etc.
ser and estar- both mean to be Words with multiple meanings in spanish are called (PALABRAS POLISEMICAS). Ser and Estar are verbs and you can't use them in the same context. …I think you are looking for words that have different meanings not the same ones. For example, Banco, Banco and Banco are spelled the same but have 3 different meanings. Banco: Bank, where you keep money. Banco: A bench, to sit. Banco: Banco de peces; a fish tank.
Unless otherwise noted, all of the meanings are nouns. Balance: a set of scales, the act of maintaining position or keeping steady, the remaining figure after accounts have …been totaled. Also a verb meaning to remain steady or to make one thing equal to another. Bank: the side of a river, a financial institution, a big pile or row of something (such as clouds or slot machines); it also functions as a verb in many of those same contexts. Counter: a flat surface on top of cabinets, to go against, and also an adverb meaning in the opposite direction or against. Rank: something foul or nasty or a position (as in an organization, group, or category), also serves as a verb in the same context as the second meaning. Rock: a large stone, a type of music (a shortened form of rock and roll), also a verb which means to move back and forth while remaining stationary. Although there are many more examples that are simply words that function as both nouns and verbs (trap, bat, range, et cetera), I tried to give examples that included multiple meanings that were all nouns. ---------- Bear: to hold up, as in bear the weight of to bring forth, as in to bear a child to conduct or carry, as in to bear yourself erectly a quadruped, omnivorous mammal a bad mannered, rude person a person showing great ability or enthusiasm describing declining prices in the stock market Fare: the price of the ride, as in bus bare the person paying for the ride, as in only three fares on the bus to describe the type being offered, as in entertainment fare, Mediterranean fare to turn out or happen, as in how did you fare on your trip Bail: surety for release of someone from custody a semicircular handle for a bucket or support for canvas of a covered wagon a strip of metal to hold paper moving over a press to clear water by dipping out with a container Run: to move quickly using your legs, to flee, to escape to turn to for support or aid, as in don't run to your parents to do it to move, roll, or be propelled, as in the wheel ran on to the curb to campaign for an election to move, glide, or slide easily, as in a rope through a pulley to melt, flow or drip, as in the water will run off the roof an extended period of time, as in a run of luck Way: a manner or mode, as in a way to think about it a direction or vicinity, as in come visit out out way a route, road, or passage a range or extent, as in luck came my way FEATURE: (noun) characteristic or distinctive part part of a face a specialized article the newspaper main film in a cinema program (verb) emphasize take part.
A good example of a word with multiple meanings is the word bill. It can mean the beak of a bird, a statute in draft before it comes a law, a piece of paper money or a stateme…nt of money owed for services rendered (for example, a receipt that one receives after eating in a restaurant).
A word that can have more than one meaning. For example, the word "rate" can mean the cost per unit charge for a product or service. It can also mean mean to make a judg…ment on something or someone.
bagay - something bagay - suited for each other bukas - tomorrow bukas - open buhay - alive buhay - life tayo - us tayo - stand basa - read basa - wet https://sites.google.com…/site/learnmoretagalog/same-words-different-meanings
It means that if you change the grouping (parentheses) of a multiplication problem, you will still get the same answer. Ex. (3 x 2) x 4 = 24 and 3 x (2 x 4) = 24. You changed …the location of the parentheses, but the product always remains 12.
How about: Jack: Device for raising a carA sailorA target ball in bowls Rose: FlowerSprinkler head of a watering can [There are more meanings of the above words.]
Double Entendre - 1. a double meaning.2. a word or expression used in a given context so that it can be understood in two ways, especially when one meaning is risqué. Pun -… 1. the humorous use of a word or phrase so as to emphasize or suggest its different meanings or applications, or the use of words that are alike or nearly alike in sound but different in meaning; a play on words.2. the word or phrase used in this way. Equivoque - 1. an equivocal term; an ambiguous expression.2. a play on words; pun.3. double meaning; ambiguity. English has many more words like this depending on the situation you need it for. If you need a different word just use a thesaurus for one of the above words. Definitions borrowed from dicitonary.com
The term "multiple meaning words" is loosely applied to written words that can have more than one use or definition, and the intended use must be conveyed by the context, the …other words in the sentence or paragaph. Homographs are words that are written the same, but have different meanings and word forms, and may have different pronunciations. This is common where words such as "dance" or "cut" share the same spelling for their noun and verb forms. Example : lead (the metal) and lead (the verb for going ahead). Without the sound difference, it may need to be clarified. Some words have more than one meaning for the same form. Examples are the directional adjectives left and right, the nouns break and block, and the multiple meanings of the word set.