Sand


Definiciones de sand
sustantivo
a loose granular substance, typically pale yellowish brown, resulting from the erosion of siliceous and other rocks and forming a major constituent of beaches, riverbeds, the seabed, and deserts.
The work could be viewed both from boats cruising the bay and from a deserted beach lined with sand dunes.
sinónimos: beach, sands, shore, seashore, (sand) dunes, strand
verbo
smooth or polish with sandpaper or a mechanical sander.
sand the rusty areas until you expose bare metal
sprinkle or overlay with sand, to give better purchase on a surface.
The heavily sanded Turf Moor surface is a cause for concern ahead of tonight’s big kick-off.
Sinónimos
sustantivo
  • beach, sands, shore, seashore, (sand) dunes, strand
  • grit, backbone, moxie, guts, gumption
verbo
  • sandpaper
Ejemplos
no one has the sand to stand against him
Nude tones like beige, sand and linen look best on skin that’s moist, dewy and natural-looking.
Lanzarote is a volcanic island, which accounts for the dark sand on some beaches.
A part of him refused to entertain the notion that when he reached its edge, he would be confronted by miles of unrelenting desert sand .
It is annoying when a guy with a novelty helmet thinks he has the sand to run a million dollar organization.
If the rust refuses to budge, use a #800 sand paper to sand the metal and repaint.
Rather, it permeates organic matter, binding it to silt, sand , and clay particles.
A perfect view of the ocean stretched out before her, the waves rolling slowly towards the rock and sand of the beach.
Some ladies however prefer to go neutral in warm beige, sand and khaki combinations.
It was beautiful, with golden sand and green vegetation further along the beach.
The land is on a sand and gravel aquifer, several hundred metres from a reservoir that supplies drinking water to 650,000 homes in Dublin.
this magical coast boasts mile upon mile of golden sand
With no collection system, mountains of empty plastic bottles pile up in sand dunes behind its white sand beaches.
There is another irony about desert sand dunes: They are a product of both aridity and water.
no one has the sand to stand against him
The action of the play takes place in a remote ramshackle beach house built on sand dunes.
Should you prefer to keep your head above water, the beaches, with their fine golden sand and tall palms, won’t disappoint.
Rust, scale, sand or other sediments can clog any activated charcoal filter.
The ground was light sand that matched my tan clothes perfectly and the seats surrounding me were all made out of stone.
The beach, which I’d always pictured as miles of golden sand , is actually a short stretch of pebbles.
Cover the patch with compound, allow it to dry, and sand it smooth after drying.
I look out at two miles of white sand beach, lapped by water with a visibility of 200 feet.
The main bathroom is also at this level and features a stone wall, sand coloured tiles and rustic style walls.
This newspaper has learned that the poisonous sand coloured Weever fish has arrived in local waters as a result of global warming.
Several layers of sand , stone, concrete and a special membrane covering lie between the origins of the radon and the actual home in the miniature house.
In laboratory determinations, analyses are made for five size classes of sand , two of silt, and two of clay.
He had shaggy sand coloured hair, and today he was wearing another oddly coloured blazer from his collection.

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Trudge


Definiciones de trudge
verbo
walk slowly and with heavy steps, typically because of exhaustion or harsh conditions.
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desguise


verb
give (someone or oneself) a different appearance in order to conceal one’s identity.
he disguised himself as a girl
sinónimos: in disguise, camouflaged, incognito, undercover

lust


sustantive

very strong sexual desire.

he knew that his lust for her had returned
sinónimos: sexual desire, sexual appetite, sexual longing, ardor, desire, passion, libido, sex drive, sexuality, biological urge, lechery, lasciviousness, concupiscence, horniness, the hots, randiness
verb
have a very strong sexual desire for someone.
he really lusted after me in those days
sinónimos: desire, be consumed with desire for, find sexually attractive, crave, covet, ache for, burn for, have the hots for, fancy, have a thing about/for, drool over

shimmering


verbo
shine with a soft tremulous light.
the sea shimmered in the sunlight
sinónimos: glint, glisten, twinkle, sparkle, flash, scintillate, gleam, glow, glimmer, glitter, wink, coruscate

Faded


verbo
gradually grow faint and disappear.
“the noise faded away”
sinónimos: dim, grow dim, grow faint, fail, dwindle, die away, wane, disappear, vanish, decline, melt away, evanesce
(with reference to film and television images) come or cause to come gradually into or out of view, or to merge into another shot.
“fade into scenes of rooms strewn with festive remains”
(of the ball) deviate to the right (or, for a left-handed golfer, the left), typically as a result of spin given to the ball.
“Logic prevailed, I followed his advice, and the ball faded beautifully onto the green, just as he had predicted.”
(in craps) match the bet of (another player).
“Lovejoy faded him for twenty-five cents”

Stood


Definiciones de stand
verbo
have or maintain an upright position, supported by one’s feet.
Lionel stood in the doorway
sinónimos: be on one’s feet, be upright, be erect, be vertical
(of an object, building, or settlement) be situated in a particular place or position.
the town stood on a hill
sinónimos: be, exist, be situated, be located, be positioned, be sited, have been built
be in a specified state or condition.
since mother’s death, the house had stood empty
withstand (an experience or test) without being damaged.
small boats that could stand the punishment of heavy seas
be a candidate in an election.
he stood for Parliament in 1968
provide (food or drink) for someone at one’s own expense.
somebody in the bar would stand him a beer
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