flect

de·flect;
gen·u·flect;
in·flect;
in·flect·ible;
re·flect;
in·flect·ed·ness;
re·flect·ed·ly;
re·flect·ed·ness;
re·flect·ing·ly;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • flect — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Re.flect — Das re.flect ist ein kostenloses Stadtmagazin in Stuttgart, das sich mit den Themen Nachtleben, Konzerte, Lifestyle, Mode und Entertainment beschäftigt. Das Magazin liegt in verschiedenen Shops, Diskotheken, Friseuren, Kinos und weiteren… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • un´re|flect´ing|ly — un|re|flect|ing «UHN rih FLEHK tihng», adjective. unthinking; thoughtless. –un´re|flect´ing|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • un|re|flect|ing — «UHN rih FLEHK tihng», adjective. unthinking; thoughtless. –un´re|flect´ing|ly, adverb …   Useful english dictionary

  • cir|cum|flect — «SUR kuhm flehkt», transitive verb. 1. to bend around. 2. to place a circumflex accent on. ╂[< Latin circumflectere < circum around + flectere bend] …   Useful english dictionary

  • de|flect|ed — «dih FLEHK tihd», adjective. 1. turned aside or from a direct course. 2. Botany and Zoology. bent abruptly downward …   Useful english dictionary

  • de|flect — «dih FLEHKT», transitive verb, intransitive verb. to bend or turn aside; change the direction of: »The wind deflected the arrow s path. The ball deflected from its straight course. Figurative. His thoughts were deflected by her constant chatter.… …   Useful english dictionary

  • gen|u|flect — «JEHN yu flehkt», intransitive verb. to bend the knee as an act of reverence or worship. ╂[< Medieval Latin genuflectere < Latin genū knee + flectere bend] –gen´u|flec´tor, noun …   Useful english dictionary

  • in|flect|ed — «ihn FLEHK tihd», adjective. inflectional: »an inflected language …   Useful english dictionary

  • in|flect|ion — «ihn FLEHK shuhn», noun. 1. a change in the tone or pitch of the voice: »We usually end questions with a rising inflection. 2. Grammar. a) a variation in the form of a word to show case, number, gender, person, tense, mood, voice, or comparison.… …   Useful english dictionary

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