[fahy-leyt] /ˈfaɪ leɪt/
- Filatov flap
Filatov flap Fi·la·tov flap (fə-lä’təf) or Fi·la·tov-Gil·lies flap (-gĭl’ēz) n. See tubed flap.
[fil-uh-cher, -choo r] /ˈfɪl ə tʃər, -ˌtʃʊər/ noun 1. the act of forming into threads. 2. a reel for drawing off silk from cocoons. 3. the reeling of silk from cocoons. 4. an establishment for reeling silk. /ˈfɪlətʃə/ noun 1. the act or process of spinning silk, etc, into threads 2. the reel used for […]
[fil-bert] /ˈfɪl bərt/ noun 1. the thick-shelled, edible nut of certain cultivated varieties of hazel, especially of Corylus avellana, of Europe. 2. a tree or shrub bearing such nuts. /ˈfɪlbət/ noun 1. any of several N temperate shrubs of the genus Corylus, esp C. maxima, that have edible rounded brown nuts: family Corylaceae 2. Also […]
[filch] /fɪltʃ/ verb (used with object) 1. to steal (especially something of small value); pilfer: to filch ashtrays from fancy restaurants. /fɪltʃ/ verb 1. (transitive) to steal or take surreptitiously in small amounts; pilfer v. “steal,” 1560s, slang, perhaps from c.1300 filchen “to snatch, take as booty,” of unknown origin. Liberman says filch is probably […]