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accelerator a mechanical device that regulates the speed of something, esp. the gas pedal of a car. [3 definitions]
accelerometer an instrument that measures acceleration.
accent relative prominence of a syllable within a particular word; stress. [8 definitions]
accentual of or pertaining to accent or stress in poetry. [2 definitions]
accentuate to emphasize; draw attention to. [2 definitions]
accept to receive, esp. willingly. [6 definitions]
acceptable worthy of approval; satisfactory. [3 definitions]
acceptance the act of accepting what is offered or given. [4 definitions]
acceptation the generally accepted meaning of a word, phrase, or the like. [2 definitions]
accepted generally regarded as normal, right, or correct; approved; recognized. [2 definitions]
accepting having become able to regard something unwanted as unavoidable and not to be fought against; resigned. [2 definitions]
access a way of approaching or entering a place. [5 definitions]
accessary variant of accessory.
accessible easily approachable, entered, or used. [3 definitions]
accession the act of coming into possession of an office, title, or the like. [5 definitions]
accessorize to provide (an automobile, an outfit of apparel, or the like) with accessories.
accessory a nonessential component used for beauty, added pleasure, or convenience. [4 definitions]
access time the amount of time needed for a computer to retrieve or store data.
accidence in grammar, the division of morphology that is concerned with inflections. [2 definitions]
accident unknown or unplanned causes of events; chance. [3 definitions]
accidental happening by chance; unexpected; unintended. [5 definitions]