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about in the same area; nearby. [1/8 definitions]
above appearing earlier in the same text. [1/5 definitions]
accompany to be connected with; happen at the same time as; follow. [1/3 definitions]
after with the same name as. [1/7 definitions]
agree to have the same opinion or feel the same way (often followed by "with"). [1/5 definitions]
akin belonging to the same family; related; kin. [1/2 definitions]
alike in the same way; similarly or equally. [1/2 definitions]
alliteration the repetition of the same sound at the beginning of words in a phrase or sentence.
amount to be equal to; to be the same as. [1/3 definitions]
and so forth with more of the same type. [1/2 definitions]
and so on with more of the same type. [1/2 definitions]
anniversary the date each year that is the same date on which a wedding or other important event happened. [1/2 definitions]
another of a different kind; not the same. [2/4 definitions]
articulated lorry a British word for a very large truck that consists of a cab where the driver sits and a trailer that carries goods over long distances. Articulated lorry often has the same meaning as tractor-trailer.
as1 in equal measure; to the same extent. [2/7 definitions]
associative property in addition and multiplication, the characteristic that allows you to add or multiply a group of numbers in any order and get the same answer. For example, in multiplication, (5 x 2) x 7 is equal to (7 x 2) x 5.
at once at the same time. [1/2 definitions]
biscuit the British word for a small, thin, sweet cake baked from stiff dough. Biscuit often has the same meaning as cookie. [2/3 definitions]
bleat to say in the same way as a bleat; whine. [1/4 definitions]
bonnet the British word for the metal lid that covers a car's engine. Bonnet has the same meaning as hood. [1/2 definitions]
boot the British word for the large compartment in the rear of an automobile used to store items such as packages and tools. Boot has the same meaning as trunk. [1/4 definitions]