The couple arrived at the resort. They move into the room.
Wife sees the mouse and starts yelling, "Ah-ah-ah-ah! Mouse! Contact reception, you better know English, and I - full zero."
Husband calls (in English):
- Do you know "Tom and Jerry"?
- Yes, I do.
- So... Jerry is here.
Crossword puzzle help
List of words beginning with:
v. (-bing) 1 copy out.
- write out (shorthand, notes, etc.) In full. - record for subsequent reproduction. - arrange (music) for a different instrument etc. transcriber n. Transcription n. [latin transcribo -script-] TRANSCRIPT
n. Written copy.
n. Any device for converting a non-electrical signal into an electrical one, e.g. Pressure into voltage. [latin: related to *duct]
var. Of *transsexual.
v. (also absol.) Go beyond the bounds or limits set by (a commandment, law, etc.); sin. transgression n. Transgressor n. [latin transgredior -gress-]
n. - semiconductor device with three connections, capable of amplification in addition to rectification.
- (in full transistor radio) portable radio with transistors. [from *transfer, *resistor] TRANSITION
n. - passing or change from one place, state, condition, etc., to another.
- art change from one style to another, esp. Archit. From norman to early english. transitional adj. Transitionally adv. [latin: related to *transit] TRANSITIVE
adj. (of a verb) taking a direct object (whether expressed or implied), e.g. Saw in saw the donkey, saw that she was ill. [latin: related to *transit]
adj. Not permanent; brief, transient. transitorily adv. Transitoriness n. [latin: related to *transit]
—v. - plant in another place (transplanted the daffodils).
- transfer (living tissue or an organ) to another part of the body or to another body. —n. - a transplanting of an organ or tissue. B such an organ etc. - thing, esp. A plant, transplanted. transplantation n. [latin]
html-code online crossword dictionary:
To add to the dictionary krossvordista new word or its definition to an existing word, click on the "Add a word or definition of" fill opened form and click "to send".
Shrimps" hearts are in their heads.