Did you hear about the kid who was pulled over for speeding?
The cop got out of his car and the young man rolled down his window.
"I’ve been waiting for you all day," the cop said.
The guy replied, "Yeah, well I got here as fast as I could."
When the cop finally stopped laughing, he sent the kid on his way without a ticket.
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v.aux. (3rd sing. Present will; past would) 1 (strictly only in the 2nd and 3rd persons: see *shall) expressing a future statement, command, etc. (you will regret this; they will leave at once).
- expressing the speaker's intention (i will return soon). - wish or desire (will you have a drink?; come when you will). - expressing a request as a question (will you please open the window?). - be able to (the jar will hold a kilo). - have a habit or tendency to (accidents will happen; will sit there for hours). - expressing probability or expectation (that will be my wife). [old english] - —n. - faculty by which a person decides what to do. - strong desire or intention (will to live). - determination, will-power (has a strong will). - legal written directions for the disposal of one's property after death. - disposition towards others (good will). - archaic what one desires or ordains. —v. - try to cause by will-power (willed her to win). - intend; desire. - bequeath by a will. at will whenever one wishes. With a will energetically or resolutely. [old english] WILT
—v. - wither, droop.
- lose energy, flag. —n. Plant-disease causing wilting. [originally dial.] WILY
adj. (-ier, -iest) crafty, cunning. wiliness n.
n. Colloq. Feeble or ineffectual person. wimpish adj. [origin uncertain]
instrument n. Musical instrument sounded by an air-current, esp. The breath.
- —n. - air in natural motion, esp. A current of this. - a breath, esp. As needed in exercise or playing a wind instrument. B power of breathing easily. - empty talk. - gas generated in the bowels etc. - wind instruments of an orchestra etc. - scent carried by the wind. —v. - cause to be out of breath by exertion or a blow. - make (a baby) bring up wind after feeding. - detect the presence of by a scent. - —v. (past and past part. Wound) 1 (often as winding adj.) Go in a spiral, curved, or crooked course. - make (one's way) thus. - wrap closely; coil. - a provide with a coiled thread etc. B surround with or as with a coil. - wind up (a clock etc.). —n. - bend or turn in a course. - single turn when winding. wind down 1 lower by winding. - unwind. - draw gradually to a close. Wind off unwind. Wind up 1 coil the whole of. - tighten the coiling or coiled spring of (esp. A clock). - colloq. A increase the intensity of (feelings etc.), excite. B provoke (a person) to anger etc. - bring to a conclusion; end. - a arrange the affairs of and dissolve (a company). B cease business and go into liquidation. - colloq. Arrive finally. [old english] WINE
bar n. Bar or small restaurant where wine is the main drink available.
- cellar n. - cellar for storing wine. - its contents. - list n. List of wines available in a restaurant etc. - vinegar n. Vinegar made from wine as distinct from malt etc. - waiter n. Waiter responsible for serving wine. - —n. - fermented grape juice as an alcoholic drink. - fermented drink resembling this made from other fruits etc. - dark-red colour of red wine. —v. (-ning) (esp. In phr. Wine and dine) 1 drink wine. - entertain with wine. [old english] WING
commander n. Raf officer next below group captain.
- —n. - each of the limbs or organs by which a bird etc. Is able to fly. - winglike structure supporting an aircraft. - part of a building etc. Extended in a certain direction. - a forward player at either end of a line in football, hockey, etc. B side part of a playing-area. - (in pl.) Sides of a theatre stage. - polarized section of a political party in terms of its views. - flank of a battle array. - the part of a vehicle over a wheel. - air-force unit of several squadrons or groups. —v. - travel or traverse on wings. - wound in a wing or an arm. - equip with wings. - enable to fly; send in flight. on the wing flying, in flight. Take under one's wing treat as a protege. Take wing fly away. winged adj. Winglike adj. [old norse] WINK
—v. - (often foll. By at) close and open one eye quickly, esp. As a signal.
- close and open (one or both eyes) quickly. - (of a light etc.) Twinkle; (of an indicator) flash on and off. —n. - act of winking. - colloq. Short sleep. in a wink very quickly. Wink at purposely avoid seeing; pretend not to notice. winker n. (in sense 3 of v.). [old english] WINO
n. (pl. -s) slang alcoholic.
adj. (-ier, -iest) wine-flavoured.
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