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abut to touch along a common line or surface; come in contact (often fol. by on, upon, or against). [1/2 definitions]
abutment the place where adjoining things come in contact; juncture. [1/2 definitions]
acculturate to modify (one culture) by contact with another culture. [2/3 definitions]
against in forceful contact with. [2/5 definitions]
AIDS acronym of "acquired immune deficiency syndrome," a usu. fatal viral disease of the body's immune system, transferred through blood, sexual contact, contaminated hypodermic needles, or the like.
apply to bring into contact with or lay on. [1/6 definitions]
autoradiograph a picture produced on a film by placing it in contact with a radioactive substance.
bifocal of eyeglasses or contact lenses, having two sections in each lens, one correcting for near vision and one for distant vision. [2/3 definitions]
central being the main point of contact and dominant influence for all parts of a system or organization. [1/4 definitions]
clear free from involvement or contact. [1/22 definitions]
connect to relate or place in contact or association with. [1/4 definitions]
contact to touch; to come into or be in physical contact with. [3/8 definitions]
contagion the spreading of a disease by contact or close association. [1/4 definitions]
contagious capable of being spread from person to person by contact or association. [1/3 definitions]
contaminate to make impure or unusable by contact or by adding a harmful substance.
contiguous in contact; touching; adjoining. [1/2 definitions]
disappear to vanish from the awareness of or contact with others. [1/3 definitions]
duck2 to lower one's head or whole body quickly, as to hide or to avoid a blow or contact with a moving object. [2/7 definitions]
expose to allow or cause (someone) to view, come in contact with, or experience. [1/7 definitions]
fender an object of rubber, fiber, wood, or other material hung from the side of a vessel to prevent contact between the side and other surfaces. [1/5 definitions]
foul in sports, pertaining to the area beyond that designated for fair play, or making contact with that area. [1/21 definitions]