tir, dir, sail, maes, daearennau, diroedd, ddaearen, ddaearennau, faes, daearen, naearennau, nhir, nhiroedd, tiroedd, thir, thiroedd, naearenmâl, fâlnhirio, tiriodiriant, diriodd, diriasit, diriasid, diriasent, diriasem, diriasech, diriasant, diriasai, diriasom, dirian, diriaist, diriais, diriai, diriaf, diria’, diria, tiriais, diriaswn, dirid, diriech, diried, diriem, dirien, dirient, dirier, diries, diriest, diriet, diriff, dirio, dirioch, diriasoch, diri, diriom, dirion, diriont, dirir, dirith, diriwch, diriwn, diriwyd, diriwyf, diriych, tiri, tiria, tiria’, tiriaf, tiriai, thiriasem, tiriaist, tirian, tiriant, tiriasai, tiriasant, tiriasech, tiriasem, tiriasent, tiriasid, tiriasit, tiriasoch, tiriasom, tiriaswn, tirid, tiriech, thiriasant, tirien, tirient, tirier, tiries, tiriest, tiriet, tiriff, tirio, tirioch, tiriodd, tiriom, tirion, tiriont, tirir, thiriasech, tiriem, thiriasai, thiriant, thirian, thiriaist, thiriais, thiriai, tirith, thiria’, thiria, thiri, tiriych, tiriwyf, tiriwyd, tiriwn, tiriwch, thiriet, thiriasent, thiriasid, thiriasit, thiriasoch, thiriasom, thiriaswn, thirid, thiriech, thiried, thiriem, thirien, thirient, thirier, thiries, tiried, thiriaf, thiriff, thirio, thirioch, thiriodd, thiriom, thirion, thiriont, thirir, thirith, thiriwch, thiriwn, thiriwyd, thiriwyf, thiriych, thiriest
Noun(1) the solid part of the earth's surface(2) a rational motive for a belief or action(3) the loose soft material that makes up a large part of the land surface(4) a relation that provides the foundation for something(5) a position to be won or defended in battle (or as if in battle(6) the part of a scene (or picture(7) material in the top layer of the surface of the earth in which plants can grow (especially with reference to its quality or use(8) a relatively homogeneous percept extending back of the figure on which attention is focused(9) a connection between an electrical device and a large conducting body, such as the earth (which is taken to be at zero voltage(10) (art, as a wall or canvas(11) the first or preliminary coat of paint or size applied to a surface
Verb(1) press or grind with a crushing noise(2) make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together(3) work hard(4) dance by rotating the pelvis in an erotically suggestive way, often while in contact with one's partner such that the dancers' legs are interlaced(5) reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading(6) created by grinding(7) shape or form by grinding(8) fix firmly and stably(9) confine or restrict to the ground(10) place or put on the ground(11) instruct someone in the fundamentals of a subject(12) bring to the ground(13) hit or reach the ground(14) throw to the ground in order to stop play and avoid being tackled behind the line of scrimmage(15) hit a groundball(16) hit onto the ground
(1) These birds take refuge in hedges and wooded areas and at dusk fly out to feed in marshy ground .(2) There's probably a lot of common ground between those two themes.(3) The coum has a very short flower, with leaves that sit on the surface of the ground .(4) Her fast footwork was accentuated by her bent knees, which kept her body close to the ground .(5) Investors are increasingly nervous about the potential impact of a strike threat by the carrier's ground staff.(6) The move comes three weeks after the airline was forced to ground its aircraft in a row over leasing payments.(7) Feed the plant each day for the next 7 days by adding one teaspoon of sugar and one teaspoon of ground ginger.(8) The new school will be built on 26 acres of ground specially set aside for the purpose in Garcia Street.(9) to be on familiar ground with sth(10) ground colour(11) She landed in the moist ground , sobbing, and wishing that the car would turn around.(12) India always offers fertile ground for argument, but there is much to agree upon in the rest of the book.(13) it was lying on the ground(14) The product consisted of finely ground pork spiced with salt, sugar, and other flavourings.(15) Together, they soared over the fence, and landed with a muddy squelch onto the ground .(16) The company provides ground services, including baggage handling.
(1) grind :: falu
1. floor ::
3. estate ::
4. reason ::
5. sediment ::
6. land ::
7. primer coat ::
côt paent preimio
8. terra firma ::
9. basis ::
10. background ::
11. run aground ::
rhedeg ar lawr
12. base ::
13. instruct ::
14. anchor ::
15. undercoat ::
16. establish ::
Different Formsground, grounded, grounder, grounders, grounding, groundings, grounds
Word Example from TV Shows
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Burn it to the GROUND
Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 5
It's, uh... It's good GROUND.
Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 2
Cooking, breaking the GROUND...
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 10
...we could be on the GROUND floor
of something big.
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 6
To the GROUND!
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 6
English to Welsh Dictionary: ground
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