cyfansawdd, chyfansawdd, gyfansawdd, nghyfansawddcyfansoddyn, gyfansoddyn, chyfansoddyn, nghyfansoddyn
Noun(1) a whole formed by a union of two or more elements or parts(2) (chemistry(3) an enclosure of residences and other building (especially in the Orient
Verb(1) make more intense, stronger, or more marked(2) put or add together(3) calculate principal and interest(4) create by mixing or combining(5) combine so as to form a whole; mix
Adjective(1) composed of more than one part(2) consisting of two or more substances or ingredients or elements or parts(3) composed of many distinct individuals united to form a whole or colony
(1) Also, the burning of methane turns the carbon in it into a compound (carbon dioxide) that is far less potent as a greenhouse gas.(2) Within an enclosed compound , you discover a pristine, high-ceilinged exhibition space that occupies a renovated factory building.(3) The 29 broke into the school premises Wednesday through a hole cut in a wire fence surrounding the compound .(4) These four temples have a meditation hall and a major monks' training center within the same compound .(5) We compound various strengths and combinations of thyroid hormone.(6) Too bad we can't hear the pronunciation: does any gate also have compound pronunciation, like anyway?(7) Within seconds the compound was swarming with scientists, examining every room in the place.(8) Within the compound , the officials were able to protect some of the rare trees and other plant species.(9) It's certainly not a compound , and I can't imagine what two meanings might be evoked by this word in order to produce the intended effect.(10) One easy way to use interest to your advantage is to understand and apply the magic of compound interest.(11) Leaves are opposite on the stem and mostly compound with three to five leaflets.(12) Inflation and tax will eat into the value of any savings, and a poor interest rate will only compound this.(13) I was about to take my colleague to task for failing to hyphenate ├ö├ç├┐best known├ö├ç├û when using it as a compound adjective.(14) The bomb was believed to have been planted in a minibus parked outside the walled embassy compound and detonated remotely.(15) When two words are joined together, the resultant compound cannot be interpreted on the basis of the separate, individual components.(16) The most popular gallery was the one dedicated to works in chocolate, spices, birdseed and so on, the smell a compound of the enticing and the fetid.
(1) compound word :: air cyfansawdd
1. composite ::
2. colonial ::
3. amalgam ::
4. enclosure ::
5. chemical compound ::
6. mix ::
7. aggravate ::
8. combine ::
9. deepen ::
1. abate ::
2. decrease ::
3. diminish ::
4. dwindle ::
5. lessen ::
6. lower ::
7. reduce ::
Different Formscompound, compoundable, compounded, compounding, compounds
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