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   Consiliile Judetene
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   Prefecturi
   Primarii
   Evidenta Populatiei
   Directiile de Pasapoarte
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   Directii de Statistica
   Arhivele Nationale
   Agentiile Domeniilor Statului
   Administratii ale Apelor Romane
   Drumurile Nationale
   Autoritati Sanitar-Veterinare
   Oficiile pentru Ameliorare si Reproductie in Zootehnie
   Oficii Judetene de Plati pentru Dezvoltare Rurala si Pescuit
   A.P.I.A.
   Oficii Judetene pentru Consultanta Agricola
   Directiile de Agricultura
   Directiile FitoSanitare
   Ocoale Silvice
   Asociatii de Vanatoare si Pescuit
   Regiunile de Dezvoltare
   Agentiile pentru Protectia Mediului
   Casele de Asigurari de Sanatate
   Casele de Pensii
   Agentii de Somaj
   Protectia Copilului
   Agentii Teritoriale pentru Prestatii Sociale
   Compartimente A.N.E.S.
   Consilii de Formare Profesionala
   Cartelul "Alfa"
   Administratiile financiare
   Trezorerii
   Camerele de Comert
   Curtile de Conturi
   Garzile Financiare
   Protectia Consumatorului
   Consiliul Concurentei
   Corpul Contabililor Autorizati
   Serviciile Judetene de Metrologie Legala
   Centre Evaluatori ANEVAR
   Agentiile pentru Conservarea Energiei
   CENTROCOOP
   ANCOM (ANRCTI)
   Inspectorate Scolare Judetene
   Directii Tineret
   Directii Judetene pentru Sport
   Federatii de Sport
   Biblioteci Judetene
   Directii Judetene pentru Cultura, Culte si Patrimoniul Cultural National
   Centre Judetene pentru Cultura Traditionala
   Muzee Judetene
   Teatre Judetene
   Federatia Sindicala "Spiru-Haret"
   Barouri de avocati
   Birouri de Cadastru
   Instante de Judecata
   Parchete
   Penitenciare
   Institute de Medicina Legala
   Notari Publici
   Executori Judecatoresti
   Lichidatori
   Consilieri Proprietate Intelectuala
   Colegiile Farmacistilor
   Colegiile Medicilor
   Colegiile Medicilor Dentisti
   Ordinul Asistentilor Medicali
   Spitale
   Centre Judetene Antidrog
   Centre de Transfuzie Sanguina
   Directiile de Sanatate Publica
   Crucea Rosie Romana
   Inspectorate de Stat in Constructii
   Inspectorate de Munca
   Garzile de Mediu
   Vamile
   I.S.U.
   InfoTrafic
   S.R.I.
   Birourile de Imigrari
   Autoritatile pentru Straini
   Politia Romana
   Jandarmeria Romana
   Centre Militare Judetene
   CREDITCOOP
   Casele de Ajutor Reciproc
   Retea CEC Bank
   Retea BCR
   Retea BancPost
   Retea BRD
   Retea Raiffeisen
   Retea Banca Carpatica
   Retea Banca Transilvania
   Oficii Postale
   ARR-uri
   RAR-uri
   Statele Lumii

Dictionar Englez-Roman (English-Romanian Dictionary) (en-ro)


  • ex div.
  • ex factory.
  • ex factory.
  • ex libris.
  • ex mill.
  • ex warehouse.
  • ex_coupons.
  • ex_dividend.
  • ex_gratia payment from the co..
  • ex_meridian altitude.
  • ex- din particula ; former - ~-ministru - ex-minis.
  • ex-service man.
  • ex-serviceman.
  • exacerbation.
  • exact category.
  • exact differential equation.
  • exact time keeper.
  • exact.
  • exact.
  • exact.
  • exacting.
  • exacting.
  • exactingness ; exigence ; exigency.
  • exaction.
  • exactitude.
  • exactitude.
  • exactly.
  • exactness.
  • exactness.
  • exaggerate.
  • exaggerated (d. cineva) ; given to exagger.
  • exaggeration.
  • exalbuminous.
  • exalt.
  • exalt.
  • exalt.
  • exaltation etc. v. exalta.
  • exaltation.
  • exaltation.
  • exaltation.
  • exalted carrier reception.
  • exam.
  • examin.
  • examination ; hearing etc. v. audia.
  • examination by experts.
  • examination-paper.
  • examination.
  • examination.
  • examination.
  • examine.
  • examine.
  • examinee.
  • examiner.
  • examiner.
  • examining macine.
  • examining.
  • example.
  • example.
  • exanimate.
  • exanthem(a) din med. ; rash din med. ; eruption.
  • exanthematic.
  • exarch.
  • exasperate.
  • exasperating ; aggravating.
  • exasperation etc. v. exaspera.
  • exasperation.
  • excangeable.
  • excavate.
  • excavated material.
  • excavating.
  • excavation for structure.
  • excavation of earth.
  • excavation of foundation.
  • excavation work.
  • excavation.
  • excavation.
  • excavator crawler.
  • excavator grab.
  • exceed.
  • exceeding.
  • exceeding.
  • exceedingly.
  • exceedingly.
  • exceedingly.
  • excel.
  • excel.
  • excellence.
  • excellency ; (great) superiority ; superior/.
  • excellency.
  • excellent worker.
  • excelsior cutting machine.
  • excelsior.
  • excelsior.
  • excelsior.
  • excentricity.
  • except.
  • except.
  • except.
  • except(nobody).
  • except(that).
  • excepting.
  • exception.
  • exception.
  • exception.
  • exceptionable.
  • exceptional case.
  • exceptionally.
  • exceptionally.
  • exceptionally.
  • excerpt.
  • excerpt.
  • excerpts.
  • excesive taxation.
  • excess and total meter.
  • excess base.
  • excess current cut_out.
  • excess current zero voltage.
  • excess current.
  • excess discharge.
  • excess heat.
  • excess luggage.
  • excess meter.
  • excess network.
  • excess network.
  • excess of hatchway.
  • excess of lime.
  • excess of mass.
  • excess pressure of sound.
  • excess pressure.
  • excess switch.
  • excess three code.
  • excess voltage wave.
  • excess_air coefficient.
  • excess_current switch.
  • excess_voltage cut_out.
  • excess.
  • excess.
  • excess.
  • excess.
  • excess.
  • excess.
  • excess(to).
  • excessive stock.
  • excessive voltage.
  • exchang e.
  • exchange adsorption.
  • exchange area.
  • exchange area.
  • exchange axiom.
  • exchange cable.
  • exchange call.
  • exchange coupling.
  • exchange energy.
  • exchange engine.
  • exchange forces.
  • exchange interaction.
  • exchange of goods.
  • exchange of ions.
  • exchange of shots.
  • exchange switch.
  • exchange value.
  • exchange.
  • exchange.
  • exchange.
  • exchange.
  • exchange.
  • exchange( for).
  • exchangeability.
  • exchangeability.
  • exchangeable.
  • exchangeable.
  • exchangeable.
  • exchangeprohibitory circuit.
  • exchanger.
  • exchangestation.
  • exchanging etc. v. preschimba.
  • exchequer ; treasury ; fisc ; fisk.
  • exchequer bond.
  • exchequer-bill.
  • exchequer.
  • exchequer.
  • exchequer.
  • excis.
  • excise duties.
  • excise.
  • exciseman.
  • exciseman.
  • excision.
  • excision.
  • excitability.
  • excitable.
  • excitable.
  • excitable.
  • excitant.
  • excitation energy.
  • excitation loss.
  • excitation output.
  • excitation purity.
  • excitation regulator.
  • excitation rheostat.
  • excitation set.
  • excitation statecollective.
  • excitation.
  • excitation.
  • excitation.
  • excitation.
  • excite a vibration.
  • excite a wave.
  • excite.
  • excite.
  • excite.
  • excite.
  • excited ; worked up ; irritated ; furious.
  • excited atom.
  • excited etc. v. emotiona.
  • excited etc. v. enerva.
  • excited fragment.
  • excited.
  • excitedly.
  • excitement ; feverishness.
  • excitement din med. ; overstimulation.
  • excitement din med. ; overstimulation.
  • excitement.
  • excitement.
  • exciter lamp.
  • exciter.
  • exciter.
  • exciter.
  • exciting circuit.
  • exciting coil.
  • exciting current strength.
  • exciting field.
  • exciting fluid.
  • exciting light.
  • exciting n din fiz. ; excitator.
  • exciting oscillation.
  • exciting winding.
  • exciting, stirring (care da fiori) ; thril.
  • exciting.
  • excitron.
  • exclaim.
  • exclamation ; shout ; asseveration.
  • exclamation mark.
  • exclamation.
  • exclamation.
  • exclamative din gram. ; exclamatory v ; exclamat.
  • exclamatory.
  • exclusion principle.
  • exclusion.
  • exclusion.
  • exclusive v ; exclusively.
  • exclusive.
  • exclusive.
  • exclusive.
  • exclusive.
  • exclusiveness.
  • exclusivity (obiceiul de a exclude) ; excl.
  • excluted etc. v. exclude (imposibil) ; imp.
  • excommunicate.
  • excommunication.
  • excrement.
  • excrement.
  • excremental.
  • excrements ; faeces ; dejecta.
  • excrescent.
  • excreta.
  • excretion din fiziol., bot. ; secretion (elimi.
  • excretion.
  • excretive.
  • excruciating.
  • excruciation.
  • exculpation.
  • exculpatory.
  • excurrent.
  • excursion train.
  • excursion.
  • excursion.
  • excursion.
  • excursionist.
  • excusable.
  • excusable.
  • excusable.
  • excuse.
  • exeat.
  • execrable.
  • execration.
  • execute.
  • executed artistically (maiestrit) ; master.
  • execution (fason) ; fashion (arta) ; workman.
  • execution.
  • execution.
  • execution.
  • execution.
  • executioner.
  • executive committee.
  • executive din jur. si ; executory - comitet ~ - ex.
  • executive power.
  • executive program.
  • executive routine.
  • executive secretary.
  • executive staff.
  • executive.
  • executive.
  • executor.
  • executory.
  • executory.
  • executrix.
  • exegesis.
  • exegetist ; exegete.
  • exemplar.
  • exemplary,model, ; illustrative,eloquent,c.
  • exemplary.
  • exemple.
  • exemplification.
  • exemplification.
  • exemplify.
  • exempt private co.
  • exempt.
  • exempt.
  • exempt.
  • exempt.
  • exemption (from) (de) ; dispensation (from.
  • exemption form duty.
  • exemption.
  • exequies.
  • exercise ; practising etc. v. exercita.
  • exercise din mil., mar. ; tactical exercise din mi.
  • exercise in vocalization.
  • exercise_book.
  • exercise-book.
  • exercise.
  • exercise.
  • exercise.
  • exercise.
  • exercise.
  • exercise.
  • exertion ; strain - fara nici o ~ - without an.
  • exertion.
  • exeunt.
  • exfoliate.
  • exfoliate.
  • exfoliate.
  • exfoliate.
  • exfoliation of glazing.
  • exfoliation.
  • exfoliation.
  • exfoliation.
  • exhalation (produsa de lichide); steam (p.
  • exhalation.
  • exhalation.
  • exhalation.
  • exhalation.
  • exhalation.
  • exhale.
  • exhale.
  • exhaling valve.
  • exhaust air.
  • exhaust air.
  • exhaust alarm.
  • exhaust aperture.
  • exhaust blower.
  • exhaust blower.
  • exhaust chamber.
  • exhaust conection.
  • exhaust detonation.
  • exhaust end.
  • exhaust fan.
  • exhaust flue.
  • exhaust gas turbine.
  • exhaust gas.
  • exhaust gas(es).
  • exhaust gas(es).
  • exhaust gear.
  • exhaust horn.
  • exhaust lag.
  • exhaust lead.
  • exhaust main.
  • exhaust main.
  • exhaust manifold.
  • exhaust manifold.
  • exhaust noise.
  • exhaust nozzle.
  • exhaust of gases.
  • exhaust pipe weith interm.nozz.
  • exhaust pipe.
  • exhaust pipe.
  • exhaust port.
  • exhaust process.
  • exhaust rods.
  • exhaust silencer.
  • exhaust steam condens.water s.
  • exhaust steam oil separator.
  • exhaust steam_type.
  • exhaust steam.
  • exhaust stroke.
  • exhaust supercharger.
  • exhaust system.
  • exhaust valve.
  • exhaust whistle.
  • exhaust_gas velocity.
  • exhaust_gear mechanism.
  • exhaust_heat boiler.
  • exhaust_jaketed carburettor.
  • exhaust_manifold clamp.
  • exhaust_muffler.
  • exhaust_valve spring.
  • exhaust.
  • exhaust.
  • exhaust.
  • exhaust.
  • exhaust.
  • exhaust.
  • exhaust.
  • exhausted ; tired/worn/fagged out.
  • exhausted gas whell.
  • exhausted of air.
  • exhausted oil well.
  • exhausted soil.
  • exhausted solution.
  • exhausted vein.
  • exhausted, worn/fagged out ; done in, dead.
  • exhausted.
  • exhausted.
  • exhauster.
  • exhauster.
  • exhausting ; fagging.
  • exhausting orifice.
  • exhausting, fagging.
  • exhausting.
  • exhausting.
  • exhaustion plate.
  • exhaustion.
  • exhaustion.
  • exhaustion.
  • exhaustion.
  • exhaustive bromination.
  • exhaustive methylation.
  • exhaustive nitration.
  • exhaustive.
  • exhaustive.
  • exhaustive.
  • exhibit.
  • exhibit.
  • exhibit.
  • exhibit.
  • exhibition etc. v. etala.
  • exhibition hall.
  • exhibition model.
  • exhibition stand.
  • exhibition.
  • exhibition.
  • exhibition.
  • exhibitioner.
  • exhibitionism.
  • exhibitor.
  • exhilarated.
  • exhilaration.
  • exhortation.
  • exhumation, disinterment.
  • exhumation.
  • exigence.
  • exigence.
  • exigency.
  • exigent.
  • exigible ; demandable.
  • exiguous.
  • exile ; banishment ; banishing.
  • exile ; banishment.
  • exile (political) ; refugee.
  • exile.
  • exile.
  • exile.
  • exile.
  • exile.
  • exility.
  • exist.
  • exist.
  • existence theorem.
  • existence.
  • existence.
  • existent gum.
  • existent.
  • existentialism.
  • existentialist(ic) m ; existentialist.
  • existentialquantifier.
  • exit gas.
  • exit gas.
  • exit instruction.
  • exit pallet.
  • exit port.
  • exit pressure.
  • exit signal.
  • exit slit.
  • exit slot.
  • exit.
  • exit.
  • exodus.
  • exoelectrons.
  • exoenerg(et)ic.
  • exoergic.
  • exogenetic.
  • exogenous uranium ores.
  • exomorphism.
  • exonerate.
  • exoneration.
  • exophthalmia.
  • exorbitant.
  • exorcism.
  • exordium din fig. ; beginning.
  • exosmose.
  • exosphere.
  • exot(ic)ism.
  • exoteric.
  • exotermic compound.
  • exothermal process.
  • exothermal reaction.
  • exothermal.
  • exothermic reaction.
  • exothermic.
  • exothermic.
  • exotic.
  • expand by mandrel.
  • expand.
  • expand.
  • expand.
  • expand.
  • expand.
  • expanded centre plan display.
  • expanded contrast.
  • expanded flange.
  • expanded metal.
  • expanded rubber.
  • expanded slag.
  • expandeder.
  • expandeder.
  • expandeder.
  • expandeder.
  • expandeder.
  • expandeder.
  • expanding arbor.
  • expanding cement.
  • expanding chuck.
  • expanding clutch.
  • expanding combs.
  • expanding dies.
  • expanding gas.
  • expanding mandrel.
  • expanding nozzle.
  • expanding of tubes.
  • expanding reed.
  • expanding_band brake.
  • expanse.
  • expanse.
  • expanse.
  • expansibility.
  • expansible.
  • expansion in series.
  • expansion bit.
  • expansion bracket.
  • expansion chamber.
  • expansion chamber.
  • expansion circuit breaker.
  • expansion clutch.
  • expansion column.
  • expansion coupling.
  • expansion crack.
  • expansion expansion tap.
  • expansion factor.
  • expansion fit.
  • expansion gap.
  • expansion girder.
  • expansion hand reamer.
  • expansion joint.
  • expansion joint.
  • expansion joint.
  • expansion line.
  • expansion loop (steam pipes).
  • expansion loop (steam pipes).
  • expansion of dissolved gas.
  • expansion of dissolved gas.
  • expansion oil recovery.
  • expansion pin tap.
  • expansion pipe.
  • expansion pipe.
  • expansion post.
  • expansion reed.
  • expansion stroke.
  • expansion support.
  • expansion tank.
  • expansion type reservoir.
  • expansion valve.
  • expansion vessel.
  • expansion voltmeter.
  • expansion.
  • expansion.
  • expansion.
  • expansion.
  • expansion... ; of expansion m ; expansionist.
  • expansionism.
  • expansive capacity.
  • expansive force.
  • expansive.
  • expansive.
  • expansive.
  • expansive.
  • expansive.
  • expansiveness (of disposition).
  • expatriate.
  • expatriation.
  • expatriation.
  • expect.
  • expect.
  • expectancy of hitting.
  • expectancy.
  • expectancy.
  • expectant.
  • expectant.
  • expectant(mother).
  • expectation ; prospect - a fi/sta in ~ - to bi.
  • expectation of life.
  • expectation of life.
  • expectation.
  • expectation.
  • expectation.
  • expected value.
  • expectorant.
  • expectorant.
  • expectoration ; sputum din med. ; phlegm din fig. ; ph.
  • expectoration.
  • expectoration.
  • expedience.
  • expedient.
  • expedient.
  • expedite.
  • expedite.
  • expedition.
  • expeditionary.
  • expeditious.
  • expel.
  • expel.
  • expel.
  • expelled etc. person v. expulza.
  • expelled particle.
  • expenditure in respect of past financial.
  • expenditure.
  • expenditure.
  • expenditure.
  • expenditure.
  • expense estimate.
  • expense.
  • expense.
  • expense(at smb s).
  • expense(s).
  • expenses defrayable out of local contrib.
  • expensive.
  • experience.
  • experience.
  • experience.
  • experience.
  • experience.
  • experience(by).
  • experienced ; who has been through the mi.
  • experienced ; conversant.
  • experienced ; v. obisnuit.
  • experienced driver.
  • experienced.
  • experienced.
  • experienced.
  • experienced.
  • experiment chamber.
  • experiment on a model.
  • experiment station.
  • experiment.
  • experiment.
  • experiment.
  • experiment.
  • experiment.
  • experimental car.
  • experimental engine.
  • experimental error.
  • experimental facilities.
  • experimental facts.
  • experimental material.
  • experimental plant.
  • experimental setup.
  • experimental station.
  • experimental study.
  • experimental use.
  • experimental v ; experimentally - fizica ~a - .
  • experimentation.
  • experimentator.
  • expert in internal medicine m din med. ; inter.
  • expert in science of commodities.
  • expert opinion.
  • expert s finding.
  • expert workman.
  • expert.
  • expertness.
  • expiable.
  • expiating ; expiatory - tap ~ - scapegoat.
  • expiation ; atonement.
  • expiration.
  • expiration.
  • expiration.
  • expiratory.
  • expire.
  • expiry.
  • explain.
  • explain.
  • explain.
  • explain.
  • explainable ; explicable ; accountable.
  • explaining etc. v. lamuri (explicatie) ; e.
  • explanation (cauza) ; cause (justificare) ; .
  • explanation.
  • explanation.
  • explanation.
  • explanatory report.
  • explanatory.
  • explanatory.
  • explantion.
  • explantion.
  • explement of an angle.
  • expletive.
  • expletive.
  • explicit function.
  • explicit.
  • explicit.
  • explicit.
  • explode.
  • exploder.
  • exploder.
  • exploit.
  • exploit.
  • exploit.
  • exploitability for lergest vol.
  • exploitability.
  • exploitable age.
  • exploitation ; mining ; working etc. v. expl.
  • exploitation engineer.
  • exploitation.
  • exploited etc. v. exploata m ; exploited p.
  • exploiter.
  • exploration boring.
  • exploration coil.
  • exploration drift.
  • exploration drilling.
  • exploration for oil.
  • exploration lease.
  • exploration shaft.
  • exploration work.
  • exploration zone.
  • exploration.
  • exploration.
  • exploration.
  • exploratory borehole.
  • exploratory boring.
  • exploratory heading.
  • exploratory raise.
  • exploratory trench.
  • explore.
  • explore.
  • explore.
  • explorer satelite.
  • explorer.
  • explorer.
  • exploring coil.
  • exploring disk.
  • exploring drift.
  • exploring of picture.
  • exploring shaft.
  • exploring spot.
  • explosible mixture.
  • explosion by symphaty.
  • explosion chamber.
  • explosion crater.
  • explosion door.
  • explosion door.
  • explosion engine.
  • explosion hatch.
  • explosion hazard.
  • explosion heat.
  • explosion in the carburet(t)or.
  • explosion point.
  • explosion pressure.
  • explosion trial.
  • explosion turbine.
  • explosion wave.
  • explosion_proof enclosure.
  • explosion_proof equipment.
  • explosionproof apparatus.
  • explosiv field.
  • explosive atmosphere.
  • explosive caldra.
  • explosive cartridge.
  • explosive charge.
  • explosive dust.
  • explosive gas.
  • explosive limits.
  • explosive mixture.
  • explosive process.
  • explosive process.
  • explosive range of methane.
  • explosive reaction.
  • explosive.
  • explosive.
  • expolder.
  • exponent of power.
  • exponent.
  • exponent.
  • exponent.
  • exponential absorbtion.
  • exponential curve.
  • exponential equation.
  • exponential horn.
  • exponential law.
  • exponential notation.
  • exponential series.
  • exponential.
  • exponential.
  • export licence.
  • export packing.
  • export trade.
  • export.
  • export.
  • export.
  • export.
  • exportable.
  • exportation.
  • exportation.
  • exportation.
  • exporter.
  • expose to light.
  • expose.
  • expose.
  • expose.
  • exposed cardan shaft.
  • exposed concrete.
  • exposed deposit.
  • exposed wiring.
  • exposed.
  • exposition.
  • exposition.
  • exposition.
  • expositive.
  • expositive.
  • expositor.
  • expository.
  • expostulate.
  • expostulation.
  • exposure cavity/cell.
  • exposure control unit.
  • exposure factor.
  • exposure fault.
  • exposure latitude.
  • exposure range.
  • exposure rate.
  • exposure test.
  • exposure time.
  • exposure to light.
  • exposure tricks.
  • exposure_time table.
  • exposure.
  • exposure.
  • exposure.
  • exposure.
  • exposure.
  • exposure.
  • exposure.
  • exposure.
  • exposure/meter.
  • expreses rose from last year by just ove.
  • express coach.
  • express road.
  • express train.
  • express train.
  • express.
  • express.
  • express.
  • express.
  • express.
  • express.
  • expressage.
  • expressed oil.
  • expressible.
  • expression.
  • expression.
  • expression.
  • expressionism.
  • expressionist.
  • expressive.
  • expressiveness.
  • exprobation.
  • expropriate.
  • expropriation zone.
  • expropriation.
  • expropriation.
  • expropriator.
  • expulsion_type arrester.
  • expulsion.
  • expulsion.
  • expulsion.
  • expulsive agent.
  • expulsive energy.
  • expulsive force.
  • exquisite.
  • exquisite.
  • exradius.
  • exsiccant.
  • exsiccator.
  • extemporaneous.
  • extempore (exercise).
  • extempore speech ; impromptu poem din muz. ; imp.
  • extempore.
  • extend through (a call).
  • extend.
  • extend.
  • extend.
  • extend.
  • extend.
  • extend.
  • extended dislocation.
  • extended double zepp(elin).
  • extended position undercarriag.
  • extended reproduction.
  • extended rubber.
  • extended.
  • extended.
  • extender.
  • extender.
  • extending ring gauge.
  • extensibility.
  • extensible conveyer.
  • extensible ladder.
  • extensible pan.
  • extension (marire) ; enlargement (in latim.
  • extension bed lathe.
  • extension bolt.
  • extension chain.
  • extension circuit.
  • extension cord.
  • extension head.
  • extension head.
  • extension lathe.
  • extension line.
  • extension line.
  • extension line.
  • extension multiple section.
  • extension nipple.
  • extension of piston.
  • extension piece.
  • extension rod.
  • extension station.
  • extension subscriber s station.
  • extension telescopic mast.
  • extension tray.
  • extension tube.
  • extension well.
  • extension.
  • extension.
  • extension.
  • extension.
  • extension.
  • extension.
  • extension.
  • extensive (larg) ; wide (larg) ; broad (de e.
  • extensive goaf.
  • extensive manufacturing.
  • extensive mine explosion.
  • extensive.
  • extensive.
  • extensogram.
  • extensograph.
  • extensometer.
  • extensor m din anat. ; extensor n (aparat de g.
  • extent.
  • extent.
  • extent.
  • extent.
  • extent.
  • extent.
  • extent(to a certain).
  • extenuate.
  • exterior angle.
  • exterior bracind.
  • exterior part of ingot.
  • exterior.
  • exterior.
  • exterminate.
  • extermination.
  • external air.
  • external auditor.
  • external bearing.
  • external caliper gauge.
  • external cast.
  • external charactristic.
  • external contaction.
  • external dovetail.
  • external ear.
  • external extension.
  • external force.
  • external gauge.
  • external honing machine.
  • external idle_time.
  • external injection.
  • external member.
  • external operating ratio.
  • external perspective centre.
  • external phase.
  • external photoelectric effect.
  • external plant.
  • external pole armature.
  • external pressure.
  • external program.
  • external reflux.
  • external resistance.
  • external ring.
  • external storage.
  • external thread.
  • external toothing of gears.
  • external upset drill pipe.
  • external upset drill pipe.
  • external voltage.
  • external wall.
  • external work.
  • external zone.
  • external_anode valve.
  • external_pole flywheel generat.
  • external_rotor motor.
  • external_thread gauge.
  • external.
  • external.
  • external.
  • externalcylindrical gauge.
  • externally finned pipe.
  • exterritorial.
  • exterritoriality.
  • extinct activity.
  • extinct.
  • extinct.
  • extinction coefficient.
  • extinction.
  • extinction.
  • extinction.
  • extinguish.
  • extinguish.
  • extinguish.
  • extinguished volcano.
  • extinguisher.
  • extinguisher.
  • extinguisher.
  • extinguishing n ; fire extinguisher/sprink.
  • extinguishment.
  • extirpation.
  • extirpator.
  • extirpator.
  • extortion of funds.
  • extortion.
  • extortionate.
  • extra current.
  • extra edition.
  • extra heavy.
  • extra high tensile steel.
  • extra lengh for machining.
  • extra load.
  • extra low pressure tire/tyre.
  • extra master.
  • extra narrow pillar file.
  • extra rim.
  • extra tax ; surtax ; supertax.
  • extra train.
  • extra weight.
  • extra wheel.
  • extra_bold letter.
  • extra_budgetary means.
  • extra_fine fit.
  • extra_hart twist.
  • extra_heavy pipe.
  • extra_high tension (eth).
  • extra_high tension plant.
  • extra_light load.
  • extra_slim taper file.
  • extra-conjugal.
  • extra-parliamentary.
  • extra-regular ; out of the rules.
  • extra-terrestrial.
  • extra-urban.
  • extra-uterine.
  • extra.
  • extra.
  • extract a core.
  • extract copper.
  • extract gas.
  • extract of book.
  • extract of materials.
  • extract of nux vomica.
  • extract yield.
  • extract.
  • extract.
  • extract.
  • extracting column.
  • extracting drift.
  • extracting level.
  • extracting n din mil. ; extractor din chim. ; extrac.
  • extraction apparatus.
  • extraction cartridge.
  • extraction column.
  • extraction district.
  • extraction factor.
  • extraction felling.
  • extraction of copper.
  • extraction of gold.
  • extraction of resin.
  • extraction of root.
  • extraction of sugar.
  • extraction petrol.
  • extraction process.
  • extraction residues.
  • extraction solvent.
  • extraction tube.
  • extraction.
  • extraction.
  • extraction.
  • extraction.
  • extractive - industrie ~a - extractive indus.
  • extractive distillation.
  • extractive matter.
  • extractive.
  • extractor basket.
  • extractor.
  • extractor.
  • extradition.
  • extrafine ; superfine.
  • extragalactic nebula.
  • extragalactic.
  • extrahard.
  • extramural.
  • extraneous matter.
  • extranuclear electron.
  • extranuclear.
  • extraordinary ; not included in the budget.
  • extraordinary (strasnic) ; terrible (uimit.
  • extraordinary discharge.
  • extraordinary index.
  • extraordinary wave.
  • extraordinary.
  • extrapolate.
  • extrapolation.
  • extras.
  • extras.
  • extrastate.
  • extravagance.
  • extravagance.
  • extravagant ; wasteful ; spendthrift m ; squan.
  • extravagant.
  • extravagant.
  • extravagant.
  • extremal.
  • extreme and mean ratio.
  • extreme breadth.
  • extreme dimension ofworkpiece.
  • extreme fibre stress.
  • extreme fibre.
  • extreme high water.
  • extreme low water.
  • extreme range of use.
  • extreme range.
  • extreme unction.
  • extreme.
  • extreme.
  • extreme.
  • extreme.
  • extreme(in the).
  • extremely din pop. ; very - a fi beat ~ - to be de.
  • extremely sensitive.
  • extremely.
  • extremely.
  • extremism.
  • extremist.
  • extremity.
  • extremity.
  • extremity.
  • extremity.
  • extremum.
  • extricate.
  • extrinsic conductibility.
  • extrinsic semiconductor.
  • extrinsic(al).
  • extrude.
  • extruder/extruding machine.
  • extruding process.
  • extruding speed.
  • extrusion die.
  • extrusion mo(u)lding.
  • extrusion press.
  • extrusion type plastometer.
  • extrusion.
  • extrusion.
  • exuberance.
  • exuberant.
  • exuberant.
  • exudate resin.
  • exudation.
  • exudation.
  • exudation.
  • exudation.
  • exult.
  • exultant.
  • exultation.
  • exultation.
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