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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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 judgment o…n something or someone.
other word tnat mean multiplication
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 , th…e 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.
fly is such a word - means the zipper in your pantsor an insect that flits around the house.
lots of words have multiple meanings. some common ones are honey, key, love, share, and read.
1)passage 2)left 3)ruler 4)bank -those are only a few of them
This was taken from the question; '5 words that have multiple meanings?' Unless otherwise noted, all of the meanings are nouns. Balance: a set of scales, the act of mainta…ining 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 fare 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.
The associative property of multiplication states that for any three numbers a, b and c, (a * b) * c = a * (b * c) and so we can write either as a * b * c without ambiguity…. By way of contrast, this is not true for division: 75 / (15/5) = 75 / 3 = 25 but (75/15) / 3 = 5/3 = 1.66...
here are some multiple meaning words.Pen ,yard,stories,bee,play,blue,right,pool,flick,cool,there are much more. but my hands are getting tired.do you think you can help me out… with more multiple meaning words.
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).
1. Will you show me how to bake a pie? 2. I want to show you my new toy. 3. I went to the show with dad. 4. My favorite television show is on tonight.
ink distributor, pen, its a drawing utensil and pen, its an enclosed area, i.e. pig pen
having or involving several parts, elements, or members: multipleoccupancy | a multiple birth. â¢ numerous and often varied: words with multiple meanings. â¢ (of a dis…ease, injury, or disability) complex in its nature oreffects, or affecting several parts of the body: a multiplefracture of the femur. â¢ of or designating an electrical circuit that has several pointsat which connection can occur. 1 a number that can be divided by another number without aremainder: 15, 20, or any other multiple of five. 2 an arrangement of terminals that allows connection with anelectrical circuit at any one of several points.