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about to ready to; shortly going to.
aggressive mean and unfriendly in one's actions; ready to argue or start fights. [1/2 definitions]
agreeable ready to say yes or give permission. [1/2 definitions]
await to be ready for; be in store for. [1/2 definitions]
brave ready to face pain or danger; courageous. [1/3 definitions]
burst to be full and seem ready to break open or explode. [1/7 definitions]
butcher someone who kills or cuts up meat to make ready for sale. [2/3 definitions]
capable able to; ready for (usually followed by "of"). [1/2 definitions]
carbohydrate foods, such as breads, potatoes, and grains, that contain high amounts of carbohydrates, which are compounds made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen that are found mainly in plants. The human body uses carbohydrates as a ready source of energy. [1/2 definitions]
check in to let people know in an official way that one has arrived or that one is ready for something; register.
cock1 to set the hammer of so as to be ready to fire. [1/3 definitions]
compose to make (oneself) calm or ready. [1/3 definitions]
condition to make fit, healthy, or ready to use. [1/7 definitions]
crouch to lower the body close to the ground by bending the legs. A cat about to pounce crouches, as does a person getting ready to run in a race. [1/2 definitions]
dedicate to formally declare open or to be ready for public viewing. [1/5 definitions]
delicatessen a shop that sells cheese, cooked meats, and other food that is ready to eat.
developer someone who buys land and makes it ready to be used for homes, business, recreation, or the like.
done cooked enough and ready to eat. [1/3 definitions]
game (informal) ready or willing to take part in. [1/5 definitions]
gear up to make preparations; get ready for.
generosity the condition of being willing and ready to give.