Another Word For A


Verb : (manner) In an equal manner; in equal shares or proportion; with equal and impartial justice; evenly

Verb : (degree) In equal degree or extent; just as.

Verb : (conjunctive) Used to link two or more coordinate elements

every bit

Verb : (idiomatic) Exactly, to its full degree


Noun : A nonmetallic chemical element (symbol As) with an atomic number of 33.

Noun : (countable) A single atom of this element.

Noun : Arsenic trioxide.

atomic number 33

Noun : a very poisonous metallic element that has three allotropic forms; arsenic and arsenic compounds are used as herbicides and insecticides and various alloys; found in arsenopyrite and orpiment and realga


Noun : Originally, a property of amber and certain other nonconducting substances to attract lightweight material when rubbed, or the cause of this property; now understood to be a phenomenon caused by the distribution and movement of charged subatomic particles and their interaction with the electromagnetic field.

Noun : (physics) The study of electrical phenomena; the branch of science dealing with such phenomena.

Noun : A feeling of excitement; a thrill.


Noun : A country in Europe, including most of the Iberian peninsula. Official name: Kingdom of Spain

Noun : An English ethnic surname transferred from the nickname for someone with Spanish ancestry.


Noun : A surname from Chinese.

give something a miss

Verb : (idiomatic) To forgo something.

sick as a parrot

Adjective : (simile) extremely sick; very ill.

Adjective : (idiomatic, UK) Very disappointed; miserable.

take a breather

Verb : (idiomatic) To take a break; to pause or relax briefly.

talk a blue streak

Verb : (idiomatic) To talk for a long duration of time, at a rapid pace without giving others a chance to speak, or to the point of tedium.

touch a nerve

Verb : (idiomatic) To make a remark or perform a deed which produces a strong response, especially an emotional response such as anxiety or annoyance, because it calls to mind something which has been a source of concern or embarrassment.

win by a nose

Verb : (idiomatic) To win by a small margin; to have a narrow victory.

a good look

Noun : (chiefly in the negative) Something that gives a positive impression.

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see good, look.

drop a bomb

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see drop, bomb.

Verb : (UK, euphemistic, slang) To release noxious gas from the bowels: to fart.

Verb : (US, euphemistic, slang) To release feces into a toilet; to defecate.

make a point

Verb : (idiomatic) To argue or promote an idea.

Verb : (idiomatic) To take care in doing something; to pay attention or ensure that something is done.

have a hand in

Verb : (idiomatic) To contribute to, participate in, or influence.

blaze a trail

Verb : (idiomatic) To show the way or proceed rapidly.

Verb : (idiomatic) To set precedent or do something novel; to break new ground.

dime a dozen

Adjective : (US, idiomatic) So common as to be practically worthless.

get a kick out of

Verb : (idiomatic) To be delighted by; to be amused by.

a bridge too far

Noun : (idiomatic) A step or action that is too ambitious; an act of overreaching.

make a pig's ear of

Verb : (Britain, idiomatic, transitive) To do badly; to make a mess of.

flog a dead horse

Verb : (Britain, idiomatic) To attempt to get more out of something that cannot give more; to attempt to arouse fresh interest in something that is either hopeless or already settled.

Verb : (dated, nautical) To attempt to get extra work out of a ship's crew during the dead horse period.

give a hang

Verb : (slang, idiomatic) give a hoot; give a damn (to care about; to place value on something)

take a flyer

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see take, flyer.

Verb : (idiomatic) To invest against odds.

Verb : (idiomatic) To make a choice with an uncertain outcome; to take a chance.

have a way with

Verb : (idiomatic, informal) To be skilled, adept, or graceful with or at (something).

give someone a hand

Verb : (idiomatic) To help, aid, or assist.

Verb : (idiomatic) To applaud or clap (also to give (someone) a big hand).

show a clean pair of heels

Verb : (idiomatic) To run away; to make an escape quickly.

hard as nails

Adjective : (simile, idiomatic) Very unsympathetic; callous

Adjective : (simile, idiomatic) Able to endure difficulties; tough

smoke like a chimney

Verb : (idiomatic, simile) To smoke tobacco frequently.

ants climbing a tree

Noun : A Sichuan dish of ground meat cooked in a sauce and poured over cellophane noodles.

Noun : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see ants, climbing, a, tree.

fit for a king

Adjective : (idiomatic) Lavish; luxurious.

blow a kiss

Verb : (idiomatic) To kiss one's hand, then blow on it in a direction towards the recipient.

keep a close watch

Verb : (idiomatic) to pay careful attention to a situation or a thing, so that you can deal with any changes or problems.

take up a collection

Verb : (idiomatic) To request and receive money or goods of value from members of a group, especially for a charitable purpose.

take a turn for the worse

Verb : (idiomatic) To start to become worse; to worsen.

take a knee

Verb : To come to rest, usually briefly, with one of one's knees on the ground.

Verb : (American football, Canadian football) Of any player with the ball, to kneel and place the ball on the ground, thereby ending the play and indicating they do not intend to advance with the ball.

Verb : To cease performing customary activities or duties and kneel on one knee, sometimes as a form of protest.

take a dive

Verb : To decline rapidly.

Verb : (idiomatic, boxing) To feign a knockout in order to lose intentionally.

Verb : (idiomatic) To lose or fail intentionally.

take a seat

Verb : To sit down; to become seated, to sit.

Verb : (sports) To be benched, to leave the area of play

have a ball

Verb : (idiomatic) To enjoy oneself thoroughly; to have lots of fun or excitement.

make out like a bandit

Verb : (idiomatic, informal) To profit greatly; to get an excessively good deal

kick up a fuss

Verb : (idiomatic) To show annoyance, or to complain loudly about something, often when it is of little importance in reality.

hold a grudge

Verb : (idiomatic) To stay angry (at someone or something).

take something as read

Verb : (idiomatic) To assume that everyone agrees that something is correct.

just as well

Verb : Used to say that an occurrence, or situation, is not only fortunate, but that on the contrary, it could have been a lot worse; or that something that might at first seem bad is actually good because it could have been worse.

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see just, as well, as, well.

make a clean breast

Verb : (idiomatic) Often followed by of: to be honest about something; to confess.

as it were

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see as, it, were.

Verb : Used to indicate that a word or statement is perhaps not exact though practically right; as if it were so.

Verb : Used to draw attention to the use of a metaphor, sometimes to prevent confusion or to highlight wordplay.

go so far as

Verb : (idiomatic) To reach an unexpected extent in doing something.

take a nap

Verb : (idiomatic) To sleep briefly.

have a word

Verb : (idiomatic, meiosis) To speak to someone, usually and especially in private, often in order to admonish.

be it as it may

Verb : (idiomatic) Even if that is the case; whether that is true or not; nevertheless.

make a scene

Verb : (idiomatic) To bring unnecessary attention to oneself, especially through a public expression of tumultuous emotion.

get a move on

Verb : (informal, idiomatic) To hurry up, to get moving.

drive a coach and horses through

Verb : (Britain, idiomatic) To spoil, break or render ineffective (a rule, plan or agreement).

beat a dead horse

Verb : (idiomatic) To persist or continue far beyond any purpose, interest or reason.

show a leg

Verb : (idiomatic, nautical, chiefly imperative) To wake up and get out of bed.

turn a trick

Verb : (chiefly US, idiomatic, of a prostitute) To perform a sexual service for a customer.

meet a sticky end

Verb : (idiomatic, Britain) To die unpleasantly due to one's actions.

run a train

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see run, train.

Verb : (intransitive, slang, vulgar) Synonym of gangbang: To have sex with someone as a line going one after the other.

Verb : (intransitive, slang, vulgar) To have sex with someone multiple times in short succession.

bust a move

Verb : (African-American Vernacular, idiomatic, transitive) To dance.

Verb : (African-American Vernacular, idiomatic, transitive) To seduce, make a move on.

Verb : (African-American Vernacular, idiomatic, transitive) To flatulate.

take a turn

Verb : (idiomatic) Change in direction, tone, or tendency.

Verb : To walk around; to stroll.

Verb : To participate in an activity involving two or more participants.

pull a fast one

Verb : (idiomatic, often followed by on) To carry out a trick or deception; to behave contrary to expectations.

as well

Verb : (idiomatic) In addition; also.

Verb : To the same effect.

Verb : (South Africa) Me too.

crack a fat

Verb : (idiomatic, vulgar, slang) To get an erection of the penis.

by a landslide

Verb : (idiomatic) with big margins, with a huge difference

as yet

Verb : (idiomatic) Up to the present; thus far.

give someone a bloody nose

Verb : (idiomatic) To defeat or frustrate someone, but without doing any permanent damage.

quite a bit

Verb : (idiomatic) considerably

lend a hand

Verb : (idiomatic) To help or assist, especially voluntarily.

old as the hills

Adjective : (idiomatic, simile, chiefly hyperbolic) Extremely old.

have a lot of time for

Verb : (idiomatic) To hold in high esteem; to respect.

built like a brick shithouse

Adjective : (Australia, Canada, Britain, US, New Zealand, simile, idiomatic, colloquial, mildly vulgar) (of a man) Having a muscular body, particularly with well developed muscles of the chest, arms and abdominals.

Adjective : (Canada, US, simile, idiomatic, colloquial, somewhat vulgar) (of a woman) Having an athletic or muscular body; often implying also having large breasts and/or an attractive body. "Over built" for the purpose. More effectively, or handsomely built than is strictly necessary.

Adjective : (Australia, New Zealand, Britain, Canada, US, simile, colloquial, mildly vulgar) (of an object) Exceptionally well constructed; strong or tough; overbuilt or overengineered.

more than you can shake a stick at

Adjective : (idiomatic) Alternative form of more than one can shake a stick at [Occurring in abundance; of a large quantity; many.]

an apple a day

Noun : (idiomatic, abstractly) Healthy eating and living using traditional temperate-zone fresh foods.

tempest in a teapot

Noun : (idiomatic) A major fuss over a trivial matter.

go out with a bang

Verb : (idiomatic) To depart from a place or situation in a grand or dramatic fashion.

get a charge out of

Verb : (idiomatic) To derive excitement, entertainment, or pleasure from.

throw a wobbly

Verb : (idiomatic, colloquial, UK) To throw a tantrum.

pig in a poke

Noun : (idiomatic) Something whose true value is concealed or unknown and may be lower than expected by the buyer or claimed by the seller, especially something offered for sale.

make a mountain out of a molehill

Verb : (transitive, idiomatic) To treat a problem as greater than it is; to blow something out of proportion; to exaggerate the importance of something trivial.

come to a sticky end

Verb : (idiomatic, Britain) To die unpleasantly due to one's actions.

put a damper on

Verb : (idiomatic) To stop people from enjoying an activity.

take down a peg

Verb : (idiomatic) Alternative form of take down a notch [(transitive, idiomatic, of a person or organization) To cause a person's or group's self-esteem or importance to be decreased.]

turn a profit

Verb : (idiomatic) To obtain profit from an investment.

Verb : (idiomatic, by extension) To gain money or to gain materially.

take a turn for the better

Verb : (idiomatic) To start to become better; to improve.

cut a rug

Verb : (idiomatic) To dance, especially in a vigorous manner and in one of the dance styles of the first half of the twentieth century.

put out a fire

Verb : (idiomatic) To address a problem, especially an unexpected one caused by the incompetence, negligence, or misconduct of another person.

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: put out a fire.

have a good one

Verb : (idiomatic) To enjoy an event or occasion, especially a holiday or one's birthday.

as best one can

Verb : (idiomatic) In the best possible way, given one's circumstances and abilities.

have a fit

Verb : (idiomatic) To experience an epileptic seizure.

Verb : (idiomatic) To become suddenly enraged.

pound a beat

Verb : (idiomatic, usually of a police officer) To walk a regular route.

take a stab at

Verb : (idiomatic) To attempt or try.

Verb : (idiomatic) To guess.

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see take, stab.

have a go

Verb : (intransitive, informal, UK, Australia) To make an attempt; to try.

Verb : (intransitive, informal, idiomatic, UK, Australia) To attack (physically).

Verb : (intransitive, informal, idiomatic, UK, Australia) To tell off (especially unnecessarily or excessively), to criticise.

pull a train

Verb : Used other than figuratively or idiomatically: see pull, train.

Verb : (slang, vulgar) To have sex with a line of people, one after the other.

keep a lid on

Verb : (idiomatic, imperative) To keep something secret.

take a look

Verb : (idiomatic, intransitive) To examine or observe.

take a pew

Verb : (UK, idiomatic) To take a seat; to sit down.

run a red light

Verb : To pass through the traffic light when the red light is illuminated.

Verb : (idiomatic) To enter a restricted area; to trespass.

Verb : (idiomatic) To falsely accuse someone of wrongdoing.

put a sock in it

Verb : (figuratively, informal, humorous, idiomatic) To stop talking; to be quiet; to shut one's mouth.

take a dim view of

Verb : (idiomatic) To dislike; to regard with skepticism, disbelief, disfavor, etc.

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