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  • 1 cel — cel·a·don; cel·a·don·ite; cel·an·dine; cel·as·tra·ce·ae; cel·as·tra·ceous; cel·a·ture; cel·e·be·sian; cel·e·brant; cel·e·brat·er; cel·e·bra·tion; cel·e·bra·tive; cel·e·bra·tor; cel·e·bra·to·ry; cel·e·bret; cel·ery; cel·es·tite; cel·i·ba·cy;… …

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  • 2 cel — CEL, CEA, cei, cele, adj. dem. (antepus), art., adj., pron. dem. I. adj. dem. (antepus) (pop.) (Arată că fiinţa sau lucrul desemnate de substantivul pe care îl determină se află mai departe, în spaţiu sau în timp, de vorbitor). Ia în braţe cea… …

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  • 3 cel — {{/stl 13}}{{stl 8}}rz. mnż III, D. u; lm D. ów {{/stl 8}}{{stl 20}} {{/stl 20}}{{stl 12}}1. {{/stl 12}}{{stl 7}} planowy wynik każdego racjonalnego działania; to, do czego się dąży, o co się zabiega : {{/stl 7}}{{stl 10}}Bliski, realny,… …

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  • 4 CEL — may stand for: Carboxyl ester lipase or bile salt dependent lipase, an enzyme used in digestion Check engine light, a malfunction indicator lamp Chemin de Fer de l Etat Libanais, the national railway network of the Lebanon Communications and… …

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  • 5 Cel. — Cel., Cél. сокр. от celesta, célesta …

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  • 6 'cel|lo — or cel|lo «CHEHL oh», noun, plural los. a musical instrument like a violin, but much larger and with a lower tone. It is held between the knees while being played and is supported on the floor by a peg or tail pin. Also, violoncello. ╂[short for… …

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  • 7 cel|lo — or cel|lo «CHEHL oh», noun, plural los. a musical instrument like a violin, but much larger and with a lower tone. It is held between the knees while being played and is supported on the floor by a peg or tail pin. Also, violoncello. ╂[short for… …

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  • 8 cel — Mot Monosíl·lab Nom masculí …

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  • 9 cel·la — cel|·la Mot Pla Nom femení …

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  • 10 cel — celluloid sheet for an animated cartoon, from CELLULOID (Cf. celluloid); became current by c.1990 when they became collectible …

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  • 11 cel- — celo DEFINICIJA na početku riječi označuje da je što prazno, udubljeno, šuplje, šupljo , prazno [celitis; celoskop]; kelo ETIMOLOGIJA grč. koȋlos: šupalj …

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  • 12 cel|er|y — «SEHL uhr ee, SEHL ree», noun. 1. a plant having long, crisp stalks with leaves at the top. It belongs to the parsley family. 2. its stalks, which are eaten either raw or cooked as a vegetable. ╂[< French céleri < Italian (Lombard) seleri… …

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  • 13 cel|i|ba|cy — «SEHL uh buh see», noun, plural cies. 1. the unmarried state; single life: »Marriage has many pains, but celibacy has no pleasures (Samuel Johnson). 2. abstention from marriage by a vow: »The celibacy of priests was introduced into the English… …

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  • 14 cel|la — «SEHL uh», noun. the inner, enclosed section of an ancient Greek or Roman temple, in which was placed the image of the deity, as distinguished from the porticoes. ╂[< Latin cella] …

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  • 15 Cel|si|us — «SEHL see uhs», adjective. of or on the Celsius scale; centigrade: »The unit of temperature is the degree Celsius or Kelvin (Scientific American). Abbr: C., Cels. ╂[< Anders Celsius, 1701 44, a Swedish astronomer, who invented it] …

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  • 16 cel|ti|um — «KEHL tee uhm», noun. Chemistry. a substance for a time considered to be a new rare earth element (at. no.: 72), later superseded by hafnium, an element of the carbon group (at. no.: 72). ╂[< New Latin celtium < Latin Celtae the Celts] …

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  • 17 cel — m I, D. u; lm M. e, D. ów 1. «to, do czego się dąży, co się chce osiągnąć; punkt, miejsce, do którego się zmierza» Bliski, daleki, nieosiągalny, zamierzony, wspólny, szczytny cel. Cel podróży. Cel marzeń, dążeń. Cel życia. Błąkać się bez celu.… …

    Słownik języka polskiego

  • 18 cél — a o tudi ó [ceu̯] prid. (ẹ̑ ẹ) 1. ki ni razdeljen na kose, dele: na policah so ležali celi in razrezani hlebci; skleda celega krompirja; vlaganje celih kumaric // ki še ni načet: kolač je še cel, ga še niso pokusili; sod je še cel; naše zaloge… …

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  • 19 Cel — Inking auf Celluloid …

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  • 20 Cel — A cel, short for celluloid, is a transparent sheet on which objects are drawn or painted for traditional, hand drawn animation. Celluloid was used for animation and film production up until the late 20th century, however, it burned easily and… …

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