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accumulator an apparatus in a hydraulic or pneumatic system that stores and regulates the supply of fluid that provides pressure in the system. [1/3 definitions]
aerate to supply (the blood) with oxygen by respiration. [1/3 definitions]
argosy an abundant supply or quantity. [1/3 definitions]
arsenal any supply or store. [1/3 definitions]
badge to mark or supply with a badge. [1/3 definitions]
ball cock a device used to regulate the supply of water in a tank or toilet, consisting of a lever connected to a floating ball that shuts a valve when raised and opens it when lowered.
bank2 a supply or reserve. [1/6 definitions]
biological warfare the use of living organisms such as bacteria or viruses to kill or disable people or destroy their food supply.
boiler a tank used for heating and storing a supply of hot water. [1/3 definitions]
bunker to supply (fuel) to a ship. [1/5 definitions]
capitalize to supply capital for or use capital in, as a business enterprise. [1/4 definitions]
carotid of or pertaining to the arteries on each side of the neck that supply blood to the head. [1/2 definitions]
cater to supply food, service, or entertainment, esp. off the premises where food is prepared or where supplies are stored. [3 definitions]
cellarer one who is in charge of the supply of food and drink at a monastery or the like.
charge to supply with power or energy. [1/21 definitions]
circumstantiate to supply circumstances or particulars as evidence, proof, or description of.
cloze of, pertaining to, or being a measure of reading comprehension or language acquisition in which a learner is asked to supply words that are missing from a text. Such words will have been systematically deleted and typically range across various parts of speech. [1/2 definitions]
compress a soft pad of gauze or cloth, used to supply moisture, heat, or medication to relieve pain or treat infection. [1/3 definitions]
contractor one who agrees by contract to do specified work or to supply goods at a certain price. [1/2 definitions]
cord a flexible electrical cable with a protective covering, used to supply power from an outlet to an appliance. [1/8 definitions]
cornucopia a mythological goat's horn containing an endless supply of food, used as a symbol of abundance and prosperity; horn of plenty. [2/3 definitions]