1. to envy or wish to possess (something belonging to another) inordinately or without right.
He coveted his brother’s larger share of the inheritance.
Now that she was married, she secretly coveted her friends’ freedom.
2. to want intensely.
She received the award she had coveted for so long.
The horns of the animal are coveted as trophies by hunters.
to have an inordinate or wrongful wish to possess something belonging to another.
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definition: to direct or oversee (employees, machines, or the like) during an activity or performance of a task; superintend.
example: The head chef supervises the assistant chefs and all the other kitchen staff.
example: The Red Cross workers supervised the distribution of the food supplies.
example: Another teacher is needed to supervise the children on the field trip.
1. in certain card games, a suit or a card of a suit that outranks other suits during a particular hand.
In the card game “Spades,” spades are always trumps.
2. some resource that can be held in reserve to use at a moment of need.
If the firm tried to fire him, he would bring out his trump and reveal that the firm’s best clients would leave with him.
1. in certain card games, to win (cards) by using a trump.
She trumped my king with her three of spades.
2. to surpass or outdo.
He trumped every strategy of mine with a better one.
definition 1: to designate (an amount) to be used or given out.
example: We allotted only two days to complete the job, so we had to work at top speed.
example: Each guest is allotted one bath towel and one hand towel.
definition 2: to give out by lot; allocate; apportion.
example: After the war, the government allotted the land among the farmers.
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an attempted combination or reconciliation of opposing principles, beliefs, or practices, esp. in religion or philosophy.