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As verb (used with object) [ground, (Rare) grind·ed; grind·ing.]
To Wear, Smooth, Or Sharpen By Abrasion Or Friction; Whet: To Grind A Lens.
To Reduce To Fine Particles, As By Pounding Or Crushing; Bray, Triturate, Or Pulverize.
To Oppress, Torment, Or Crush: To Grind The Poor.
To Rub Harshly Or Gratingly; Grate Together; Grit: To Grind One's Teeth.
To Operate By Turning A Crank: To Grind A Hand Organ.
To Produce By Crushing Or Abrasion: To Grind Flour.
To Annoy; Irritate; Irk: It Really Grinds Me When He's Late.
As verb (used without object) [ground, (Rare) grind·ed; grind·ing.]
To Perform The Operation Of Reducing To Fine Particles.
To Rub Harshly; Grate.
To Be Or Become Ground.
To Be Polished Or Sharpened By Friction.
To Work Or Study Laboriously (often Followed By Away): He Was Grinding Away At His Algebra.
(in A Video Game) To Perform A Monotonous Task Repeatedly In Order To Advance A Character To A Higher Level Or Rank: You Have To Grind For Hours Before You Can Embark On The Main Story Mission.
(in A Dance) To Rotate The Hips In A Suggestive Manner.
The Act Of Grinding.
A Grinding Sound.
A Grade Of Particle Fineness Into Which A Substance Is Ground: The Coffee Is Available In Various Grinds For Different Coffee Makers.
Laborious, Usually Uninteresting Work: Copying All The Footnotes Was A Grind.
An Excessively Diligent Student.
A Dance Movement In Which The Hips Are Rotated In A Suggestive Or Erotic Manner.
From Higher To Lower; In Descending Direction Or Order; Toward, Into, Or In A Lower Position: To Come Down The Ladder.
On Or To The Ground, Floor, Or Bottom: He Fell Down.
To Or In A Sitting Or Lying Position.
To Or In A Position, Area, Or District Considered Lower, Especially From A Geographical Or Cartographic Standpoint, As To The South, A Business District, Etc.: We Drove From San Francisco Down To Los Angeles.
To Or At A Lower Value Or Rate.
To A Lesser Pitch Or Volume: Turn Down The Radio.
In Or To A Calmer, Less Active, Or Less Prominent State: The Wind Died Down.
From An Earlier To A Later Time: From The 17th Century Down To The Present.
From A Greater To A Lesser Strength, Amount, Etc.: To Water Down Liquor.
In An Attitude Of Earnest Application: To Get Down To Work.
On Paper Or In A Book: Write Down The Address.
In Cash At The Time Of Purchase; At Once: We Paid $50 Down And $20 A Month.
To The Point Of Defeat, Submission, Inactivity, Etc.: They Shouted Down The Opposition.
In Or Into A Fixed Or Supine Position: They Tied Down The Struggling Animal.
To The Source Or Actual Position: The Dogs Tracked Down The Bear.
Into A Condition Of Ill Health: He's Come Down With A Cold.
In Or Into A Lower Status Or Condition: Kept Down By Lack Of Education.
Toward The Lee Side, So As To Turn A Vessel To Windward: Put The Helm Down!
On Toast (as Used In Ordering A Sandwich At A Lunch Counter Or Restaurant): Give Me A Tuna Down.
In A Descending Or More Remote Direction Or Place On, Over, Or Along: They Ran Off Down The Street.
Downward; Going Or Directed Downward: The Down Escalator.
Being At A Low Position Or On The Ground, Floor, Or Bottom.
Toward The South, A Business District, Etc.
Associated With Or Serving Traffic, Transportation, Or The Like, Directed Toward The South, A Business District, Etc.: The Down Platform.
Downcast; Depressed; Dejected: You Seem Very Down Today.
Ailing, Especially, Sick And Bedridden: He's Been Down With A Bad Cold.
Being The Portion Of The Full Price, As Of An Article Bought On The Installment Plan, That Is Paid At The Time Of Purchase Or Delivery: A Payment Of $200 Down.
(of The Ball) Not In Play.
Behind An Opponent Or Opponents In Points, Games, Etc.: The Team Won The Pennant Despite Having Been Down Three Games In The Final Week Of Play.
Losing Or Having Lost The Amount Indicated, Especially At Gambling: After An Hour At Poker, He Was Down $10.
Having Placed One's Bet: Are You Down For The Fourth Race?
Finished, Done, Considered, Or Taken Care Of: Five Down And One To Go.
Out Of Order: The Computer Has Been Down All Day.
A Downward Movement; Descent.
A Turn For The Worse; Reverse: The Business Cycle Experienced A Sudden Down.
An Order Of Toast At A Lunch Counter Or Restaurant.
As verb (used with object)
To Put, Knock, Or Throw Down; Subdue: He Downed His Opponent In The Third Round.
To Drink Down, Especially Quickly Or In One Gulp: To Down A Tankard Of Ale.
To Defeat In A Game Or Contest: The Mets Downed The Dodgers In Today's Game.
To Cause To Fall From A Height, Especially By Shooting: Antiaircraft Guns Downed Ten Bombers.
As verb (used without object)
To Go Down; Fall.
(used As A Command To A Dog To Stop Attacking, To Stop Jumping On Someone, To Get Off A Couch Or Chair, Etc.): Down, Rover!
(used As A Command Or Warning To Duck, Take Cover, Or The Like): Down! They're Starting To Shoot!
Mastered Or Learned Perfectly: Another Hour Of Studying And I'll Have The Math Lesson Down Cold.
Discouraged; Depressed; Sad.
Hostile Or Averse To: Why Are You So Down On Sports?
Constituting An Actual Thing Or Instance; Real: A Concrete Proof Of His Sincerity.
Pertaining To Or Concerned With Realities Or Actual Instances Rather Than Abstractions; Particular (general): Concrete Ideas.
Representing Or Applied To An Actual Substance Or Thing, As Opposed To An Abstract Quality: The Words “cat,” “water,” And “teacher” Are Concrete, Whereas The Words “truth,” “excellence,” And “adulthood” Are Abstract.
Made Of Concrete: A Concrete Pavement.
Formed By Coalescence Of Separate Particles Into A Mass; United In A Coagulated, Condensed, Or Solid Mass Or State.
An Artificial, Stonelike Material Used For Various Structural Purposes, Made By Mixing Cement And Various Aggregates, As Sand, Pebbles, Gravel, Or Shale, With Water And Allowing The Mixture To Harden.
Any Of Various Other Artificial Building Or Paving Materials, As Those Containing Tar.
A Concrete Idea Or Term; A Word Or Notion Having An Actual Or Existent Thing Or Instance As Its Referent.
A Mass Formed By Coalescence Or Concretion Of Particles Of Matter.
As verb (used with object) [con·cret·ed, con·cret·ing.]
To Treat Or Lay With Concrete: To Concrete A Sidewalk.
To Form Into A Mass By Coalescence Of Particles; Render Solid.
To Make Real, Tangible, Or Particular.
As verb (used without object) [con·cret·ed, con·cret·ing.]
To Coalesce Into A Mass; Become Solid; Harden.
To Use Or Apply Concrete.
To Put (something) In Final Form; Finalize So As To Prevent Change Or Reversal: The Basic Agreement Sets In Concrete Certain Policies.
That Part Of A Room, Hallway, Or The Like, That Forms Its Lower Enclosing Surface And Upon Which One Walks.
A Continuous, Supporting Surface Extending Horizontally Throughout A Building, Having A Number Of Rooms, Apartments, Or The Like, And Constituting One Level Or Stage In The Structure; Story.
A Level, Supporting Surface In Any Structure: The Elevator Floor.
One Of Two Or More Layers Of Material Composing A Floor: Rough Floor; Finish Floor.
A Platform Or Prepared Level Area For A Particular Use: A Threshing Floor.
The Bottom Of Any More Or Less Hollow Place: The Floor Of A Tunnel.
A More Or Less Flat Extent Of Surface: The Floor Of The Ocean.
The Part Of A Legislative Chamber, Meeting Room, Etc., Where The Members Sit, And From Which They Speak.
The Right Of One Member To Speak From Such A Place In Preference To Other Members: The Senator From Alaska Has The Floor.
The Area Of A Floor, As In A Factory Or Retail Store, Where Items Are Actually Made Or Sold, As Opposed To Offices, Supply Areas, Etc.: There Are Only Two Salesclerks On The Floor.
The Main Part Of A Stock Or Commodity Exchange Or The Like, As Distinguished From The Galleries, Platform, Etc.
The Bottom, Base, Or Minimum Charged, Demanded, Or Paid: The Government Avoided Establishing A Price Or Wage Floor.
An Underlying Stratum, As Of Ore, Usually Flat.
As verb (used with object)
To Cover Or Furnish With A Floor.
To Bring Down To The Floor Or Ground; Knock Down: He Floored His Opponent With One Blow.
To Overwhelm; Defeat.
To Confound Or Puzzle; Nonplus: I Was Floored By The Problem.
To Push (a Foot-operated Accelerator Pedal) All The Way Down To The Floor Of A Vehicle, For Maximum Speed Or Power.
To Overwhelm Completely; Defeat: He Expected To Mop The Floor With His Opponents.
To Arise To Address A Meeting.
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