blaendorri, blaendorasech, blaendorasant, blaendorasem, blaendorasent, blaendorasid, blaendorasit, blaendorasoch, blaendorasom, blaendoraswn, blaendorren, blaendorra’, blaendorraf, blaendorrai, blaendorrais, blaendorraist, blaendorran, blaendorrant, blaendorrech, blaendorred, blaendorrem, blaendorra, blaendorroch, blaendorrent, blaendorrer, blaendorres, blaendorrest, blaendorret, blaendorrid, blaendorriff, blaendorrir, blaendorrith, blaendorasai, flaendorrent, blaendorrodd, blaendorrom, blaendorron, blaendorront, blaendorrwch, blaendorrwn, blaendorrwyd, blaendorrwyf, blaendorrych, blaendorro, flaendorraf, flaendorasech, flaendorasem, flaendorasent, flaendorasid, flaendorasit, flaendorasoch, flaendorasom, flaendoraswn, flaendorra, flaendorren, flaendorasant, flaendorrai, flaendorrais, flaendorraist, flaendorran, flaendorrant, flaendorrech, flaendorred, flaendorrem, flaendorra’, flaendorrodd, flaendorres, flaendorrest, flaendorret, flaendorri, flaendorrid, flaendorriff, flaendorrir, flaendorrith, flaendorasai, flaendorroch, flaendorrer, flaendorrom, flaendorron, flaendorront, flaendorrwch, flaendorrwn, flaendorrwyd, flaendorrwyf, flaendorrych, flaendorroblaendorri, mlaendorri
Verb(1) replace a corner by a plane(2) approximate by ignoring all terms beyond a chosen one(3) make shorter as if by cutting off
Adjective(1) terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off
(1) Convex, anteriorly truncate glabella tapers forward and is outlined by broad, shallow axial and preglabellar furrows.(2) The cell is oval with a truncate apical region, from which the flagella and haptonema originate.(3) The dykes and sheets sharply truncate structures in the wall rock gneisses and greenstones, and large (several tens of metres) wall-rock xenoliths may be completely engulfed by the intrusive sheets.(4) The ends are usually acute or obtuse, but sometimes also fish tail-like, truncate or vague.(5) It was no accident that Charles often truncated his public speeches.(6) All of these plotlines feel like they're truncated from longer films.(7) Then it rushed the deal through via an urgency committee which truncated public debate and scrutiny.(8) But then the papers were summaries, they were truncations , densely-packed contextualisers that served little purpose other than to inspire questions.(9) Now, that is, at best, an abbreviated and truncated version of what had occurred, is it not?(10) The time from the first stage of deepening sleep to REM sleep is truncated .(11) It was truncated on its northern fringe by two prehistoric mining pits and on its eastern side by another.(12) I've truncated the entries here on the main page after realizing the scroll had reached ridiculous lengths.(13) For the most severe truncations , we also observed a dependence of Ca 2 + transients on external Ca 2 +.(14) Even such truncated performances, however, are thought to evoke cosmic responses such as thunderstorms or strong rain.(15) However, when I looked today, the same behavior takes place: the link is still truncated .(16) Both strains exhibited macrochaete duplications, eye defects, and loss of wing material consistent with dominant-negative effects of the Mam truncations described previously.
(1) play the trumpet :: chwarae'r trwmped
(2) speaking trumpet :: trwmped yn siarad
(3) blow one's own trumpet :: chwythu un ei utgorn eich hun