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Est in English
time zone for the U.S. states and Canadian provinces located on or near the Atlantic seacoast

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Est in Arabic
أي أس تي, التوقيت في ولايات الولايات المتحدة والمحافظات الكندية الواقعة على أو بالقرب من الشاطئ الأطلنطي)

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Est in Spanish
hora estándar del estezona, horaria para los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica y y las provincias canadienses ubicadas cerca de la costa Atlántica

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Est in Portuguese
(Eastern Standard Time) horário da costa leste dos E.U.A. e Canadá

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Est in Turkish
EST, Atlantik kıyısında ya da ona yakın bulunan ABD eyaletleri ve Kanada eyaletleri ve bölgeleri için olan zaman dilimi en

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Est in Italian
ora standard orientale, fuso orario delle province statunitensi e canadesi situate sulla costa atlantica

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Est in French
heure de l'Est, fuseau horaire pour les états américains et les provinces canadiennes localisés près de ou le long de la côte de l'Océan Atlantique

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Est in German
Ost Standartzeit, Zeitzone einiger US-Staaten und kanadischer Provinzen nahe der Atlantikküste

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Est in Japanese
東部標準時, 大西洋付近の米国とカナダの地域の時間帯

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Est in Hebrew
אזור הזמן התקני המזרחי, אזור הזמן לאורך חוף האוקיינוס האטלנטי בארה"ב ובקנדה (אחד מארבעת אזורי הזמן הקיימים בארה"ב)

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Est in Korean
동부 표준시

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Est in English
Electronic Spark Timing

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Eastern Standard Time

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Electronic Spark Timing[USA]

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Mystical "human potential" system founded in 1971 by Scientologist Werner Erhard (born John Paul Rosenberg in 1935). Est included "consciousness projection" and, in 1985, became The Forum. The Latin word "est" means "it is." Est theory held that everyone is perfect deep down and, in a godlike fashion, creates his or her own reality.

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\est\ (?), n. & adv. east. [obs.]

  similar words(3) 

 non est inventus 
 id est 
 non est factum 

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Eastern Standard Time (USA)

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Microsoft Streets & Trips 2001 Trip File
ICE 2000 File (Interactive Cost Estimating)

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Est is French, Romanian and Italian for east. Est, EST and Est. may refer to:

  • Est (Netherlands), a town in Gelderland
  • Estonia, a nation in northern Europe
  • Estonian language, the Estonian language in ISO 639.2 or ISO 639–3 language codes
  • Est Region (Burkina Faso), one of Burkina Faso's 13 administrative regions
  • Est Region (Cameroon), a region in the southeast of the Republic of Cameroon
  • Est! Est!! Est!!! di Montefiascone, Italian wine region

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Est! Est!! Est!!! di Montefiascone (also known as just Est! Est!! Est!!!) is an Italian wine region centered around the commune of Montefiascone in  province of Viterbo in Latium. Since 1966, the white Trebbiano- and Malvasia bianca-based wines produced within the of the region can qualify for Denominazione di origine controllata (DOC) designation under Italian wine laws.

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Esther (; ), (Persian: Ester), born Hadassah, is the eponymous heroine of the Biblical Book of Esther.

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Robert Waller

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1. standard time in the 5th time zone west of Greenwich, reckoned at the 75th meridian; used in the eastern United States
(synonym) Eastern Time, Eastern Standard Time
(hypernym) civil time, standard time, local time

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embarked security team; emergency service team; emergency support team (FEMA); en route support team

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Est = n. a state of separation

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Similar to Cost, Insurance and Freight, but seller is responsible for loss and damage until goods are delivered on dock at port of destination. Seller has to insure goods up to this point. Also called "ex ship." (TNDOT1)

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Eastern Standard Time

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Estonia (ISO 3166)

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estimated; used in drilling reports.

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Expressed sequence tag. A sequence tagged site (STS) derived from cDNA (complementary DNA). An STS is a short (200 to 500 base pairs) DNA sequence that has a single occurrence in the human genome and whose location and base sequence are known. Detectable by polymerase chain reaction, STSs are useful for localizing and orienting the mapping and sequence data reported from many different laboratories and serve as landmarks on the developing physical map of the human genome.

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Auction term for estimated value of an item.

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(n. & adv.)
A suffix used to form the superlative of adjectives and adverbs; as, smoothest; earl(y)iest.

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Country code for: Estonia
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Est in Greek
(Archaic.) παραγωγική κατάληξη ενεστότος 2 πρόσωπο (Financial). Ώρα Ανατολικής Ακτής

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Est in Chinese (s)
establish 建立制定 建立制定设置 设置 建立

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Est in Chinese (t)
[時區] 東部標準時間 (美國).

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Est in Arabic
مختصر المُعالَجَةُ بِالصَّدْمَةِ الكَهْرَبائِيَّة

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Short name: EE, ESTCountry code: +372

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Est in Spanish
Hora estándar del este (EE.UU.)

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hora oficial de la costa Este norteamericana; hora del meridiano 75 al oeste de Greenwich

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s. Expressed Sequence Tag

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Def: Partícula que se le añade a un adjetivo para formar el grado superlativo.
* able [abler -comp., ablest -sup.] = capaz, competente, hábil.
* achy [achier -comp., achiest -sup.] = dolorido, achacoso, adolorido.
* airy [airier -comp., airiest -sup.] = espacioso, amplio, bien ventilado, bien aireado, frívolo, despreocupado.
* angry [angrier -comp., angriest -sup.] = enojado, enfadado, airado.
* antsy [antsier -comp., antsiest -sup.] = impaciente, inquieto, nervioso, ansioso, azogado.
* artsy [artsier -comp., artsiest -sup.] = con pretensiones artísticas, bohemio, pretencioso, pretensioso, presuntuoso, pseudoartístico, seudoartístico, con inclinaciones artísticas, mariconada.
* arty [artier -comp., artiest -sup.] = con pretensiones artísticas, bohemio, pretencioso, pretensioso, presuntuoso, pseudoartístico, seudoartístico, con inclinaciones artísticas, mariconada.
* ashy [ashier -comp., ashiest -sup.] = ceniciento, de color ceniza.
* baggy [baggier -comp., baggiest -sup.] = holgado, ancho, sin ajustar, sin apretar, sin entallar.
* bald [balder -comp., baldest -sup.] = calvo, pelón, escueto, sencillo.
* balmy [balmier -comp., balmiest -sup.] = apacible, templado, suave.
* bare [barer -comp., barest -sup.] = esencial, mínimo, básico.
* barmy [barmier -comp., barmiest -sup.] = chiflado, grillado, majareta, lelo, chalado, pirado.
* base [baser -comp., basest -sup.] = bajo, ruin, innoble.
* batty [battier -comp., battiest -sup.] = grillado, como una cabra, lelo, chiflado, majareta, chalado, pirado.
* bawdy [bawdier -comp., bawdiest -sup.] = atrevido, obsceno, picante, verde, subido de tono.
* beefy [beefier -comp., beffiest -sup.] = fortachón, musculoso, fuertote, robusto, fornido.
* belchy [belchier -comp., belchiest -sup.] = propenso a eructar.
* bendy [bendier -comp., bendiest -sup.] = flexible, que se puede doblar fácilmente, sinuoso, serpenteante, lleno de curvas, con curvas.
* big [bigger -comp., biggest -sup.] = grande, mayúsculo.
* bitchy [bitchier -comp., bitchiest -sup.] = malaleche, malicioso, hijoputa, cabrón, pérfido.
* bitty [bittier -comp., bittiest -sup.] = deshilvanado, irregular, sin cohesión.
* black [blacker -comp., blackest -sup.] = negro, oscuro.
* bleary [blearier -comp., bleariest -sup.] = con los ojos llorosos, con legañas en los ojos, con lagañas en los ojos, legañoso, lagañoso, borroso, poco claro, poco definido, confuso.
* blond(e) [blonder -comp., blondest -sup.] = rubia.
* bloody [bloodier -comp., bloodiest -sup.] = sangriento, sanguinario.
* blue [bluer -comp., bluest -sup.] = azul.
* blurry [blurrier -comp., blurriest -sup.] = borroso, poco claro, poco definido, confuso.
* bold [bolder -comp., boldest -sup.] = intrépido, osado, atrevido, audaz, en negrita.
* bonny [bonnier -comp., bonniest -sup.] = lindo, hermoso, bonito.
* bony [bonier -comp., boniest -sup.] = óseo, huesudo, lleno de huesos, lleno de espinas, con muchos huesos y poca carne.
* bossy [bossier -comp., bossiest -sup.] = autoritario, mandón, dominante.
* bouncy [bouncier -comp., bounciest -sup.] = que bota bien, que rebota bien.
* brainy [brainier -comp., brainiest -sup.] = inteligente, listo, sesudo.
* brash [brasher -comp., brashest -sup.] = osado, insolente, descarado.
* brave [braver -comp., bravest -sup.] = atrevido, audaz, bravo, valiente, valeroso.
* brawny [brawnier -comp., brawniest -sup.] = musculoso, fuerte, fornido, forzudo.
* bready [breadier -comp., breadiest -sup.] = esponjoso.
* breezy [breezier -comp., breeziest -sup.] = alegre, jovial, despreocupado, dinámico.
* brief [briefer -comp., briefest -sup.] = breve, corto.
* bright [brighter -comp., brightest -sup.] = inteligente, listo, brillante, luminoso, vivo, claro, fosforito, halagüeño, prometedor.
* brisk [brisker -comp., briskest -sup.] = enérgico, dinámico.
* broad [broader -comp., broadest -sup.] = general, ancho, amplio, grande, mucho.
* brown [browner -comp., brownest -sup.] = marrón, moreno.
* bubbly [bubblier - comp., bubbliest -sup.] = efervescente, burbujeante, con burbujas.
* buggy [buggier -comp., buggiest -sup.] = lleno de errores, plagado de errores.
* bulgy [bulgier -comp., bulgiest -sup.] = abultado, protuberante, hinchado.
* burly [burlier -comp., burliest -sup.] = fornido, corpulento, musculoso, fortachón, cachas.
* burpy [burpier -comp., burpiest -sup.] = propenso a eructar.
* bushy [bushier -comp., bushiest -sup.] = poblado, peludo, espeso, tupido, cerrado.
* busy [busier -comp., busiest -sup.] = ocupado, atareado, ajetreado, transitado, concurrido.
* callow [callower -comp., callowest -sup.] = inexperto, sin experiencia, inmaduro, bisoño.
* calm [calmer -comp., calmest -sup.] = calmado, tranquilo, sereno, sosegado, pancho, parsimonioso.
* canny [cannier -comp., canniest -sup.] = astuto, sagaz, ladino, ahorrativo, cauto.
* catchy [catchier -comp., catchiest -sup.] = pegadizo, llamativo.
* catty [cattier -comp, cattiest -sup.] = malaleche, malicioso, hijoputa, cabrón, pérfido.
* chatty [chattier -comp., chattiest -sup.] = charlador, parlanchín, dicharachero, hablador.
* cheap [cheaper -comp., cheapest -sup.] = barato, económico.
* cheeky [cheekier -comp., cheekiest -sup.] = fresco, descarado, caradura, atrevido, insolente, impertinente, pícaro.
* cheery [cheerier -comp., cheeriest -sup.] = alegre, divertido.
* cheesy [cheesier -comp., cheesiest -sup.] = hortera, cursi, ñoño, cutre, con sabor a queso, con queso, caseoso, cáseo, parecido al queso, con olor a queso maloliente.
* chewy [chewier -comp., chewiest -sup.] = tierno, masticable, fácil de masticar, difícil de masticar, correoso.
* chilly [chillier -comp., chilliest -sup.] = frío.
* choosy [choosey] [choosier -comp., choosiest -sup.] = exigente, selectivo, delicado, difícil de contentar, difícil de complacer, difícil de agradar.
* choppy [choppier -comp., chopiest -sup.] = agitado, picado, encrespado, revuelto, intermitente, entrecortado.
* chubby [chubbier -comp., chubbiest -sup.] = rellenito, regordete, rechoncho, rollizo, metido en carnes, entrado en carnes, gordezuelo, gordinflón, gordiflón, tripón.
* chummy [chummier -comp., chummiest -sup.] = amistoso, afable, íntimo.
* chunky [chunkier -comp., chunkiest -sup.] = con trocitos, con tropezones, abultado, voluminoso, grueso, gordo, repolludo, rechoncho, regordete, achaparrado.
* claggy [claggier -comp., claggiest -sup.] = pegajoso.
* clammy [clammier -comp., clammiest -sup.] = pegajoso.
* classy [classier -comp., classiest -sup.] = elegante, con clase, con estilo, de categoría.
* clayey [clayier -comp., clayiest -sup.] = arcilloso.
* clean [cleaner -comp., cleanest -sup.] = limpio, nítido.
* clear [clearer -comp., clearest -sup.] = claro, transparente, patente.
* clever [cleverer -comp., cleverest -sup.] = inteligente, astuto, listo, hábil.
* clingy [clingier -comp., clingiest -sup.] = apegado, pegajoso.
* close [closer -comp., closest -sup.] = cercano, próximo.
* cloudy [cloudier -comp., cloudies -sup.] = nublado, nubloso, encapotado, turbio, borroso.
* clumsy [clumsier -comp., clumsiest -sup.] = difícil de manejar, torpe, poco acertado, poco útil, penco.
* clunky [clunkier -comp., clunkiest -sup.] = tosco, poco elegante.
* coarse [coarser -comp.; coarsest -sup.] = basto, tosco, áspero, grosero.
* cocky [cockier -comp., cockiest -sup.] = chulo, engreído, gallito, creído, arrogante, enterado, prepotente.
* cold [colder -comp., coldest -sup.] = frío.
* comely [comelier -comp., comeliest -sup.] = apuesto, hermoso, lozano, garrido, bonito, atractivo, lindo.
* comfy [comfier -comp., comfiest -sup.] = cómodo, confortable.
* common [commoner -comp., commonest -sup.] = común, normal, frecuente.
* cool [cooler -comp., coolest -sup.] = frío, calmado, tranquilo, fresco, frescor.
* costly [costlier -comp., costliest -sup.] = costoso, caro.
* crabby [crabbier -comp., crabbiest, -sup.] = gruñón, cascarrabias, malhumorado, irascible, irritable, refunfuñón, hosco.
* craggy [craggier -comp., craggiest -sup.] = escarpado, desigual.
* cranky [crankier -comp., crankiest -sup.] = irritable, malhumorado, gruñón, enojadizo, excéntrico, raro, estrafalario, maniático.
* crappy [crappier -comp., crappiest -sup.] = malísimo, horrible, pésimo, chungo.
* crass [crasser -comp., crassest -sup.] = burdo, tosco, grosero, chabacano, vulgar, craso, supino, inexcusable.
* crazy [crazier -comp., craziest -sup.] = loco, chiflado, pirado, estúpido, zumbado, majareta, como una cabra.
* creaky [creakier -comp., creakiest -sup.] = crujiente, chirriante, decrépito, vetusto.
* creamy [creamier -comp., creamiest -sup.] = de color crema, cremoso.
* creepy [creepier -comp., creepiest -sup.] = espeluznante, escalofriante, aterrador, horripilante, asqueroso, repugnante, repelente, repulsivo.
* crisp [crisper -comp., crispest -sup.] = nítido, claro.
* crispy [crispier -comp., crispiest -sup.] = crujiente.
* crude [cruder -comp., crudest -sup.] = impreciso, vago, tosco, bruto, violento, crudo.
* crumbly [crumblier -comp., crumbliest -sup.] = que se desmigaja fácilmente, que se desmenuza fácilmente.
* crummy [crummier -comp., crummiest -sup.] = malo, horrible.
* crunchy [crunchier -comp., crunchiest -sup.] = crujiente.
* crusty [crustier -comp., crustiest -sup.] = malhumorado, hosco, poco amable, de mal genio, quejica, refunfuñón, gruñón, crujiente.
* cuddly [cuddlier -comp., cuddliest -sup.] = cariñoso, mimoso, adorable, para comérselo.
* curly [curlier -comp., curliest -sup.] = rizado, ensortijado, crespo.
* curvy [curvier -comp., curviest -sup.] = curvo, curvilíneo, con curvas, buena silueta.
* cushy [cushier -comp., cushiest -sup.] = fácil, facilón, desahogado, cómodo, blando, acolchado.
* cute [cuter -comp., cutest -sup.] = gracioso, mono, lindo, adorable, bello, precioso.
* cutesy [cutesier -comp., cutesiest -sup.] = cursi.
* daffy [daffier -comp., daffiest -sup.] = chiflado, pirado, sonado, chalado, alelado, loco, abobado, majareta, lelo, ido, panoli.
* daft [dafter -comp., daftest -sup.] = estúpido, loco, bobo, bobalicón, sonado, alelado, abobado, gili, gilipuertas, lelo, ido, panoli, como una cabra.
* daggy [daggier -comp., daggiest -sup.] = anticuado, desastrado.
* dainty [daintier -comp., daintiest -sup.] = delicado, exquisito, elegante.
* dark [darker -comp., darkest -sup.] = oscuro, siniestro, sombrío, ténebre.
* deadly [deadlier -comp., deadliest -sup.] = devastador, plomizo, aburrido, mortal, letal, mortífero.
* dear [dearer -comp., dearest -sup.] = caro, costoso, estimado, querido, preciado.
* deathly [deadlier -comp., deadliest -sup.] = mortal, letal, mortífero.
* deep [deeper -comp., deepest -sup.] = intenso, profundo, grande, enorme, hondo.
* dense [denser -comp., densest -sup.] = denso, espeso, compacto, apretado, estúpido, lelo.
* dicey [dicier -comp., diciest -sup.] = arriesgado, incierto, dudoso, difícil, problemático.
* dicky [dickier -comp., dickiest -sup.] = malucho, pachucho.
* dim [dimmer -comp., dimmest -sup.] = oscuro, confuso, vago, corto de luces, de pocas luces, cortito.
* dingy [dingier -comp., dingiest -sup.] = sucio, mugriento, pringoso, deslucido, deslustrado, descuidado, deprimente.
* dinky [dinkier -comp., dinkiest -sup.] = chico, diminuto, lindo, mono, guapo, majo, cuco.
* dirty [dirtier -comp., dirtiest -sup.] = sucio, mugriento, guarro, sucio, con datos no pertinentes.
* dishy [dishier -comp., dishiest -sup.] = cachas, sexy, buenísimo, ganso, jamón.
* ditsy [ditsier -comp., ditsiest -sup.] = cabeza hueca, cabeza de chorlito, atolondrado, despistado, bobo, estúpido, con la cabeza en las nubes, frívolo.
* ditzy [ditzier -comp., ditziest -sup.] = cabeza hueca, cabeza de chorlito, atolondrado, despistado, bobo, estúpido, con la cabeza en las nubes, frívolo.
* dizzy [dizzier -comp., dizziest -sup.] = mareado.
* dodgy [dodgier -comp., dodgiest -sup.] = incierto, dudoso, problemático, sospechoso, chungo.
* doomy [doomier -comp., doomiest -sup.] = lúgubre, deprimente, pesimista.
* dotty [dottier -comp., dottiest -sup.] = chiflado, chalado, pirado, chocho.
* dowdy [dowdier -comp., dowdiest -sup.] = anticuado, conservador, sin estilo, poco elegante, sin gracia.
* dreamy [dreamier -comp., dreamiest -sup.] = utópico, soñador, distraído, despistado.
* dreary [drearier -comp., dreariest -sup.] = lúgubre, deprimente, aburrido, monótono.
* drippy [drippier -comp., drippiest -sup.] = sensiblero, melodramático, sentimentaloide, ñoño, cursi, empalagoso, lluvioso.
* drowsy [drowsier -comp., drowsiest -sup.] = soñoliento, adormilado, adormecido, somnoliento, aletargado.
* dry [drier -comp., driest -sup.] = seco, árido, reseco.
* dull [duller -comp., dullest -sup.] = soso, insípido, poco interesante, monótono, romo, aburrido, torpe.
* dumb [dumber -comp., dumbest -sup.] = ceporro, estúpido, mudo.
* dusty [dustier -comp., dustiest -sup.] = polvoriento.
* early [earlier -comp., earliest -sup.] = pronto, temprano, precoz, antiguo, primero, al principio.
* earthly [earthlier -comp., earthliest -sup.] = terrenal, terreno, mundano, mundanal.
* earthy [earthier -comp., earthiest -sup.] = llano, campechano.
* easy [easier -comp., easiest -sup.] = fácil.
* edgy [edgier -comp., edgiest -sup.] = nervioso, tenso, histérico, excitado, con los nervios de punta, con los nervios a flor de piel.
* empty [emptier -comp., emptiest -sup.] = vacío.
* faddy [faddier -comp., faddies -sup.] = caprichoso, maniático, pasajero, seguidor de la última moda.
* faint [fainter -comp., faintest -sup.] = apenas visible, débil, tenue.
* fair [fairer -comp., fairest -sup.] = bello, justo.
* fancy [fancier -comp., fanciest -sup.] = elaborado, extravagante, estrambótico, elegante, de lujo.
* far [farther/further -comp., farthest/furthest -sup.] = lejano, lejos.
* fast [faster -comp., fastest -sup.] = rápido.
* fat [fatter -comp., fattest -sup.] = gordo, grueso, voluminoso, gordinflón, gordiflón, metido en carnes, entrado en carnes.
* fatty [fattier -comp., fattiest -sup.] = grasiento, grasoso, graso, adiposo.
* feisty [feistier -comp., feistiest -sup.] = combativo, lleno de vida, lleno de vitalidad, lleno de energía.
* few [fewer -comp., fewest -sup.] = pocos.
* fiddly [fiddlier -comp., fiddliest -sup.] = engorroso, trabajo de chinos, enrevesado.
* fierce [fiercer -comp., fiercest -sup.] = feroz, intenso.
* fiery [fierier -comp., fieriest -sup.] = fogoso, ardiente, picante.
* filthy [filthier -comp, filthiest -sup.] = mugriento, asqueroso, indecente, repugnante, inmoral.
* fine [finer -comp., finest -sup.] = adecuado, acertado, bien, conseguido, sutil, concreto, fino.
* finicky [finickier -comp., finickiest -sup.] = melindroso, tiquismique, remilgado, quisquilloso, detallista, meticuloso.
* firm [firmer -comp., firmest -sup.] = firme, sólido.
* fishy [fishier -comp., fishiest -sup.] = sospechoso, dudoso.
* fit [fitter -comp., fittest -sup.] = adecuado, apropiado, apto, en forma.
* fizzy [fizzier -comp., fizziest -sup.] = con gas, gaseoso, efervescente.
* flabby [flabbier -comp., flabbiest -sup.] = flácido, fofo, lacio, bofo.
* flashy [flashier -comp., flashiest -sup.] = vistoso, llamativo, ostentoso.
* flat [flatter -comp., flattest -sup.] = llano, plano, liso.
* fleet [fleeter -comp., fleetest -sup.] = rápido, raudo, veloz.
* flighty [flightier -comp., flightiest -sup.] = inconsistente, frívolo, caprichoso.
* flimsy [flimsier -comp., flimsiest -sup.] = endeble, débil.
* flinty [flintier -comp., flintiest -sup.] = silíceo, de piedra, duro.
* fluffy [fluffier -comp., fluffiest -sup.] = mullido, esponjoso.
* foggy [foggier -comp., foggiest -sup.] = nebuloso, confuso, borroso, brumoso, con niebla.
* folksy [folksier -comp., folksiest -sup.] = popular, sencillo, campechano.
* fond [fonder -comp., fondest -sup.] = cariñoso, afectuoso.
* foul [fouler -comp., foulest -sup.] = repugnate, asqueroso, nauseabundo. fétido.
* foxy [foxier -comp., foxiest -sup.] = atractivo, despampanante, sexi, provocador, astuto, cuco, sagaz.
* freaky [freakier -comp., freakiest -sup.] = raro, extraño, estrafalario, estrambótico, grotesco, friqui.
* free [freer -comp., freest -sup.] = libre.
* fresh [fresher -comp., freshest -sup.] = fresco.
* friendly [friendlier -comp., friendliest -sup.] = amistoso, amable, amigable, acogedor.
* frilly [frillier -comp., frilliest -sup.] = decorado con volantes, de volantes, con volantes.
* frisky [friskier -comp., friskiest -sup.] = juguetón, retozón, inquieto.
* frosty [frostier -comp., frostiest -sup.] = escarchado, helado, frío, frío como el hielo.
* frothy [frothier -comp., frothiest -sup.] = espumoso.
* fruity [fruitier -comp., fruitiest -sup.] = afrutado, con sabor a fruta, con olor a fruta.
* frumpy [frumpier -comp., frumpiest -sup.] = vestido a la antigua.
* full [fuller -comp., fullest -sup.] = completo, total, lleno, pletórico.
* funky [funkier -comp., funkiest -sup.] = moderno, original, auténtico, chulo.
* funny [funnier -comp., funniest -sup.] = extraño, raro, gracioso, divertido, cómico, de humor.
* furry [furrier -comp., furriest -sup.] = peludo, lanudo.
* fussy [fussier -comp., fussiest -sup.] = quisquilloso, exigente, delicado, nimio, recargado.
* fuzzy [fuzzier - comp., fuzziest -sup.] = impreciso, poco claro, difuso, vago, velloso, velludo, peludo, cubierto de pelusa.
* gabby [gabbier -comp., gabbiest -sup.] = hablador, charlatán, parlachín, cotorra.
* gassy [gassier -comp., gassiest -sup.] = flatulento, lleno de gases, hinchado de gases, gaseoso, efervescente, con gas.
* gaudy [gaudier -comp., gaudiest -sup.] = ostentoso, chabacano, hortera.
* geeky [geekier -comp., geekiest -sup.] = friki, friqui, bicho raro, empollón, sabiondo, sabelotodo, cerebrito, inepto social, incompetente social.
* gentle [gentler -comp., gentlest -sup.] = suave, moderado, dulce, delicado, tierno.
* giddy [giddier -comp., giddiest -sup.] = de vértigo, vertiginoso, mareado.
* giggly [gigglier -comp., giggliest -sup.] = con un ataque de risa tonta.
* glad [gladder -comp., gladdest -sup.] = alegre, contento, feliz.
* glassy [glassier -comp., glassiest -sup.] = cristalino, vítreo.
* glitchy [glitchier -comp., glitchiest -sup.] = problemático, defectuoso.
* gloomy [gloomier -comp., gloomiest -sup.] = lúgubre, deprimente, pesimista.
* glossy [glossier -comp., glossiest -sup.] = brillante, satinado, atractivo.
* gnarly [gnarlier -comp., gnarliest -sup.] = nudoso, lleno de nudos, enmarañado.
* gobby [gobbier -comp., gobbiest -sup.] = hablador, charlatán, parlachín, cotorra.
* godly [godlier -comp., godliest -sup.] = devoto, religioso, pío, piadoso, divino.
* good [better -comp., best -sup.] = buen, bueno, rico.
* goodly [goodlier -comp., goodliest -sup.] = importante, considerable, grande.
* gooey [gooier -comp., gooiest -sup.] = pegajoso, empalagoso.
* goofy [goofier -comp., goofiest -sup.] = bobo, bobalicón, tonto, tontorrón, memo.
* gory [gorier -comp., goriest -sup.] = sangriento, ensangrentado, morboso, escabroso.
* grainy [grainier -comp., grainiest -sup.] = granular, granulado, rugoso.
* grand [grander -comp., grandes -sup.] = sublime, grandioso, estupendo, fabuloso.
* grassy [grassier -comp., grassiest -sup.] = cubierto de hierba.
* grave [graver -comp., gravest -sup.] = grave, serio, solemne.
* greasy [greasier -comp. greasiest -sup.] = grasiento.
* great [greater -comp., greatest -sup.] = grande.
* greedy [greedier -comp., greediest -sup.] = avaricioso, codicioso, insaciable, insorrible.
* green [greener -comp., greenest -sup.] = verde, verde, ecológico, sostenible.
* grim [grimmer -comp., grimmest -sup.] = inexorable, sombrío, lúgubre, desalentador.
* grimy [grimier -comp., grimiest -sup.] = mugriento.
* grisly [grislier -comp., grisliest -sup.] = horroroso, espantoso, horripilante, espeluznante, macabro.
* groggy [groggier -comp., groggiest -sup.] = grogui, atontado, aturullado, aturdido, embotado, amuermado, medio dormido, mareado.
* gross [grosser -comp., grossest -sup.] = grave, serio, flagrante, burdo, grotesco, grosero, basto, repugnante, horripilante.
* grouchy [grouchier -comp., grouchiest -sup.] = protestón, cascarrabias.
* grubby [grubbier -comp., grubbiest -sup.] = mugriento, sucio.
* grumpy [grumpier -comp., grumpiest -sup.] = gruñón, refunfuñón, malhumorado, cascarrabias, quejica, de mal genio.
* grungy [grungier -comp., grungiest -sup.] = sucio, asqueroso, escuálido.
* guilty [guiltier -comp., guiltiest -sup.] = culpable.
* gummy [gummier -comp., gummiest -sup.] = gomoso, pegajoso, viscoso.
* gusty [gustier -comp., gustiest -sup.] = ventoso, racheado, a ráfagas, fuerte.
* gutsy [gutsier -comp., gutsiest -sup.] = valiente, valeroso, corajudo, animoso.
* hairy [hairier -com., hairiest -sup.] = peludo, velludo, velloso, peliagudo, escabroso, horripilante, espeluznante.
* handsome [handsomer -comp., handsomest -sup.] = atractivo, guapo, bonito, hermoso, lindo.
* handy [handier -comp., handiest -sup.] = conveniente, útil.
* hard [harder -comp., hardest -sup.] = duro, difícil.
* hardy [hardier -comp., hardiest -sup.] = duro, resistente.
* harsh [harsher -comp., harshest -sup.] = duro, severo, riguroso, chillón.
* haughty [haughtier -comp., haughtiest -sup.] = altivo, arrogante, altanero, engreído, orgulloso, soberbio, prepotente, con aire(s) de superioridad.
* hazy [hazier -comp., haziest -sup.] = poco claro, brumoso.
* heady [headier -comp., headiest -sup.] = estimulante, excitante, embriagador, embriagante, impetuoso, apasionante, vertiginoso.
* healthy [healthier -comp., healthiest -sup.] = sano, saludable, positivo, halagüeño.
* hearty [heartier -comp., heartiest -sup.] = vigoroso, abundante, caluroso, cordial.
* heavy [heavier -comp., heaviest -sup.] = pesado, profundo, grande, alto, asiduo, frecuente.
* hefty [heftier -comp., heftiest -sup.] = robusto, fuerte, corpulento, poderoso, fornido, considerable, alto, elevado, voluminoso, tremendo, importante, mayúsculo.
* high [higher -comp., highest -sup.] = alto, grande, superior, elevado.
* hilly [hillier -comp., hilliest -sup.] = accidentado, empinado.
* hip [hipper -comp., hippest -sup.] = en la onda, a la última, moderno.
* hoarse [hoarser -comp., hoarsest -sup.] = ronco, afónico, enronquecido.
* hoary [hoarier -comp., hoariest -sup.] = canoso, viejo.
* holy [holier -comp., holiest -sup.] = santo, sagrado.
* homely [homelier -comp., homeliest -sup.] = poco agraciado, poco atractivo, feucho, sencillo, hogareño, casero, acogedor, familiar.
* homey [homier -comp., homiest -sup.] = campechano, acogedor, casero, familiar, hogareño.
* horny [hornier -comp., horniest -sup.] = caliente, cachondo, salido, calenturiento.
* hot [hotter -comp., hottest -sup.] = caliente, cálido, caluroso, candente, de plena actualidad, novedoso, candente.
* humble [humbler -comp., humblest -sup.] = humilde, sencillo, sin pretensiones.
* hungry [hungrier -comp., hungriest -sup.] = hambriento.
* husky [huskier -comp., huskiest -sup.] = ronco, carrasposo, corpulento, fornido, grandote, grandón.
* icky [ickier -comp., ickiest -sup.] = asqueroso, repugnante, repulsivo, vomitivo, pegajoso.
* icy [icier -comp., iciest -sup.] = helado, gélido, glacial.
* iffy [iffier -comp., iffiest -sup.] = dudoso, incierto.
* itchy [itchier -comp., itchiest -sup.] = que escuece, que pica.
* jaunty [jauntier -comp., jauntiest -sup.] = vivaracho, vivaz, alegre, garboso, jovial, desenvuelto, desenfadado.
* jerky [jerkier -comp., jerkiest -sup.] = entrecortado, a saltitos, a tirones, espasmódico.
* jolly [jollier -comp., jolliest -sup.] = jovial, alegre.
* juicy [juicier -comp., juiciest -sup.] = jugoso, sabroso, suculento, chismoso, morboso, sensacionalista, escandaloso.
* jumpy [jumpier -comp., jumpiest -sup.] = nervioso, asustadizo, entrecortado, agitado.
* keen [keener -comp., keenest -sup.] = agudo, eficaz, reñido, disputado.
* kind [kinder -comp., kindest -sup.] = amable, atento, bueno, cariñoso, tierno.
* kinky [kinkier -comp., kinkiest -sup.] = rizado, ensortijado, extraño, raro, perverso.
* kitschy [kitschier -comp., kitschiest -sup.] = kitsch, hortera, cursi.
* lanky [lankier -comp., lankiest -sup.] = larguirucho.
* lardy [lardier -comp., lardiest -sup.] = mantecoso, grasiento, gordo, obeso.
* large [larger -comp., largest -sup.] = grande, amplio, extenso, general.
* lazy [lazier -comp., laziest -sup.] = perezoso, flojo, vago.
* leafy [leafier -comp., leafiest -sup.] = frondoso, cubierto de hojas.
* leaky [leakier -comp., leakiest -sup.] = que no cierra bien, que gotea, con goteras, que pierde agua, que da agua.
* lean [leaner -comp., leanest -sup.] = delgado, escueto, enjuto, magro.
* leery [leerier -comp., leeriest -sup.] = receloso.
* leggy [leggier -comp., leggiest -comp] = de piernas bonitas, con tallo largo y delgado, con tallo largo y enjuto, zancudo, zanquilargo, patilargo, larguirucho.
* lengthy [lengthier -comp., lengthiest -sup.] = extenso, largo.
* less [lesser -comp., least -sup.] = menos.
* lewd [lewder -comp., lewdest -sup.] = lujurioso, lascivo, deshonesto, lúbrico.
* light [lighter -comp., lightest -sup.] = ligero, leve, escaso, poco abundante, poco intenso.
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Est in Portuguese
[informática, computadores] abr. de electrostatic storage tube

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Est in Thai
n. (ไม่ต้องท่อง)
1. วิธีการพัฒนาจิตใจ รู้จักตนเองมากขึ้น

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Est in Vietnamese

◊ (viết tắt)

◊ giờ chuẩn ở miền Đông (Eastern standard time)

◊ phương pháp trị liệu bằng xung điện (Electro-shock treatment)

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Est in Italian

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Est in Romanian

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Est in Catalan
sigles Eastern Standard Time hora oficial de Nova York

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Est in Polish
abbr (= established) zał. (= estimate) ocena (= estimated) szacunkowy

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Est in French
(a)Com (abbr established) établi, fondé;
A. Jones, est. 1885, A. Jones, établi en 1885;
(b)(abbr estimated) estimatif.

EST [i:es'ti:] n Am (abbr Eastern Standard Time) HNE f.

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EstonieShort name: EE, ESTCountry code: +372

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Est in Persian
كوتاهترين مسير ها در گراف جهت دار بي دور جنگل جستجوي عمق اول k امين كوتاهترين مسير كوتاهترين مسير بين هر دو راس جد بهترين حالت هزينه بهترين حالت جستجوي بهترين اول جنگل مجموعه مجزا تقسيم و تركيب پيش از حل جنگل بزرگترين مخرج مشترك بزرگترين مقسوم عليه مشترك , GCD
ديرترين زمان نزديكترين همسايه جستجوي نزديكترين همسايه تو در تو محدود كردن مرتب ساز جهان محدود كوتاهترين مسير كوتاهترين درخت فراگير مسئله كوتاهترين مسير به يك مقصد مسئله كوتاهترين مسير بين يك زوج راس مسئله كوتاهترين مسير از يك مبدا جنگل پوشا

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کلمات مرتبط(est):

بازگشت به واژه est

he did not est all night 
nemo est heres viventis 
 obedientia est legis essentia 
optima legum ilerpres est consuetudo 
 soit fait comme il est desire 

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هر کس که ادعا کرد، اثبات هم با اوست شهادت ضد و نقيض مسموع نيست قاعده عدم قبول خواسته هاي مطروح به شقوق مختلف تصريح به امري موجب اخراج غير است، ذکر موارد خاص موجب مستثني شدن ساير موارد مي شود در صورت برابري تقصير طرفين، خوانده يا متصرف در موقعيت برتر قرار خواهد داشت تصريح به امري موجب اخراج غير است، ذکر موارد خاص موجب مستثني شدن ساير موارد مي شود دفاع مبتني بر انکار امضاي سند موضوع دعوي

Dictionary source: Mokhtari English Persian Law Dictionary
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