a pasture grass, Bromus inermis, native to Europe, having smooth blades.
- Hungarian notation
language, convention A linguistic convention requiring one or more letters to be added to the start of variable names to denote scope and/or type. Hungarian Notation is mainly confined to Microsoft Windows programming environments, such as Microsoft C, C++ and Visual Basic. It was originally devised by Charles Simonyi, a Hungarian, who was a senior […]
noun 1. . [vizh-lo] /ˈvɪʒ lɒ/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. one of a Hungarian breed of medium-sized, powerful hunting dogs having a short, smooth, rusty-gold coat, a square muzzle, and a docked tail. /ˈvɪʒlə/ noun 1. a breed of Hungarian hunting dog with a smooth rusty-gold coat
[huhng-guh-ree] /ˈhʌŋ gə ri/ noun 1. a republic in central Europe. 35,926 sq. mi. (93,050 sq. km). Capital: Budapest. /ˈhʌŋɡərɪ/ noun 1. a republic in central Europe: Magyars first unified under Saint Stephen, the first Hungarian king (1001–38); taken by the Hapsburgs from the Turks at the end of the 17th century; gained autonomy with […]
[huhng-ger] /ˈhʌŋ gər/ noun 1. a compelling need or desire for food. 2. the painful sensation or state of weakness caused by the need of food: to collapse from hunger. 3. a shortage of food; famine. 4. a strong or compelling desire or craving: hunger for power. verb (used without object) 5. to feel hunger; […]