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deliver to set free or save. [1/5 definitions]
denominator the number in a fraction that is below the division line. It shows the number of equal parts into which the whole set is divided.
destine to set on a particular course that cannot be changed, as if by fate or divine will. [1/2 definitions]
deviate to turn away from a direct course or one that has already been set. [1/2 definitions]
devote to set apart for a special purpose. [1/2 definitions]
dialing code the British word for the set of digits at the beginning of a telephone number that represents a telephone district. Dialing code has a meaning similar to area code.
diesel engine a type of engine that burns fuel oil. Diesel engines are different from most car engines, which use an electric spark to ignite the fuel. In a diesel engine, the fuel is sprayed into a chamber and set on fire by the heat of air that has been put under high pressure. Big trucks have diesel engines.
distinct different or set apart; separate (sometimes followed by "from"). [1/3 definitions]
distinctive serving to set apart or mark as distinct or unusual.
doctrine a belief or set of beliefs held by a religion, government, or other group.
domino1 one of a set of small, flat game pieces shaped like rectangles, each having a different number of dots on its face. [1/2 definitions]
doom to set on a fixed course to an unhappy or bad end. [1/2 definitions]
drape (often plural) a long, heavy curtain or set of curtains. [1/3 definitions]
drapery a long, heavy curtain or set of curtains. [1/2 definitions]
draw the line to set a limit.
edition the form in which a particular work or set of works is printed. [1/2 definitions]
eliminate to decide to leave out; remove from the set of choices. [1/2 definitions]
embark to set out on or begin something (usually followed by "on"). [1/2 definitions]
embed to set firmly in some surrounding material.
encyclopedia a book or set of books that has information on a wide variety of subjects, or on many aspects of one subject.
escalator a set of stairs that moves by means of a belt drive. An escalator carries people between floors of large buildings, such as department stores, airports, or train stations.