a seaport in and the capital of Fujian province, in SE China, opposite Taiwan.
a province in SE China, opposite Taiwan. 45,845 sq. mi. (118,739 sq. km).
a port in SE China, capital of Fujian province on the Min Jiang: one of the original five treaty ports (1842). Pop: 1 398 000 (2005 est)
a province of SE China: mountainous and forested, drained chiefly by the Min River; noted for the production of flower-scented teas. Capital: Fuzhou. Pop: 34 880 000 (2003 est). Area: 123 000 sq km (47 970 sq miles)
any of the Chinese dialects of this province See also Min
[fyoo-zee] /fyuˈzi/ noun 1. . [fyoo-zee] /fyuˈzi/ noun 1. a wooden friction match having a large head, formerly used when a larger than normal flame was needed. 2. a red flare light, used on a railroad as a warning signal to approaching trains. 3. Horology. a spirally grooved, conical pulley and chain arrangement for counteracting […]
[fuhz] /fʌz/ noun 1. loose, light, fibrous, or fluffy matter. 2. a mass or coating of such matter: the fuzz on a peach. 3. Slang. a man’s very short haircut, similar to a crew cut. 4. a blur: That photo is all fuzz. 5. a distorted sound from an electric musical instrument, especially a guitar, […]
[fuhz-bawl] /ˈfʌzˌbɔl/ noun 1. a puffball. A DEC LSI-11 running a particular suite of homebrewed software written by Dave Mills and assorted co-conspirators, used in the early 1980s for Internet protocol testbedding and experimentation. These were used as NSFnet backbone sites in its early 56KB-line days. A few were still active on the Internet in […]
- Fuzz box
noun 1. (music) an electronic device that breaks up the sound passing through it, used esp by guitarists