The lifeguard told the mother to make her young son stop urinating in the pool.
"Everyone knows," - the mother lectured him, "that from time to time, young children will urinate in a pool."
"Oh really?" said the lifeguard, "from the diving board!?!?"
n. (pl. -s or -ti) composition for solo instrument(s) and orchestra. [italian]
n. - private meeting.
- rc ch. A assembly of cardinals for the election of a pope. B meeting-place for this. [latin clavis key]
v. (-ding) 1 bring or come to an end.
- (often foll. By from or that) infer.
- settle (a treaty etc.). [latin concludo: related to *close1]
—adj. - a existing in a material form; real. B specific, definite (concrete evidence; a concrete proposal).
- gram. (of a noun) denoting a material object as opposed to a quality, state, etc. —n. (often attrib.) Mixture of gravel, sand, cement, and water, used for building. —v. (-ting) cover with or embed in concrete. [latin cresco cret- grow]
v. (-sing) 1 make denser or more concentrated.
- express in fewer words.
- reduce or be reduced from a gas or vapour to a liquid. [latin: related to *dense]
n. Small bits of coloured paper thrown by wedding guests at the bride and groom. [italian]
v. (-ting) blend or fuse together (esp. Two variant texts into one). conflation n. [latin flo flat- blow]
—n. - a state of opposition. B fight, struggle.
- (often foll. By of) clashing of opposed interests etc. —v. Clash; be incompatible. [latin fligo flict- strike]