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beginner someone just beginning to acquire new knowledge or learn a new skill.
contract to incur; acquire. [1/8 definitions]
crust to acquire a hard or crisp covering. [1/7 definitions]
frost to develop or acquire a covering of or like frost. [1/9 definitions]
gain to acquire. [1/9 definitions]
garner to accumulate or acquire. [1/3 definitions]
get to gain; obtain; acquire. [2/15 definitions]
graft2 to acquire through graft. [1/4 definitions]
leverage to provide (an investment or company) with added potential to profit or acquire something through borrowed money. [1/5 definitions]
Miocene of, relating to, or designating the geological epoch between the Oligocene and Pliocene of the Tertiary Period, from approximately 26 million to 5 million years ago, when mammals began to acquire modern characteristics. [1/2 definitions]
monopolize in business, to dominate or set out to dominate (an industry); maintain or acquire a monopoly over. [1/2 definitions]
obtain to gain possession of; acquire. [1/2 definitions]
pick up to acquire or learn. [1/4 definitions]
pirate to acquire (plunder) through an attack on a ship at sea. [1/7 definitions]
possessive tending to acquire, desire, or jealously maintain ownership of something. [1/6 definitions]
post road a road along which there were stations at which travelers on horseback or in horse-drawn wagons could acquire fresh horses. [1/2 definitions]
preempt to occupy a place or take up a position in order to acquire a right to it. [1/4 definitions]
reacquire combined form of acquire.
scavenger hunt a game in which persons or teams are sent out to acquire various items without buying them, the winner being whoever does so first.
scout a person, ship, plane, or the like sent ahead to acquire information, esp. in a war zone. [2/8 definitions]
secure to obtain; acquire. [1/10 definitions]