an adherent or supporter of .
(in the early Christian church) a convert from who followed or advocated Jewish rites or practices.
noting or pertaining to a substance, as or , used as a fuel additive for an internal-combustion engine to eliminate or minimize . such a substance added to fuel in an internal-combustion engine. noun a compound, such as lead tetraethyl, added to petrol to reduce knocking in the engine
a percentage of income given to a person in a position of power or influence as payment for having made the income possible: usually considered improper or unethical. a rebate, usually given secretively by a seller to a buyer or to one who influenced the buyer. the practice of an employer or a person in […]
productive activity, especially for the sake of economic gain. the body of persons engaged in such activity, especially those working for wages. this body of persons considered as a class (distinguished from and ). physical or mental work, especially of a hard or fatiguing kind; toil. a job or task done or to be done. […]
an Italic language spoken in ancient Rome, fixed in the 2nd or 1st century b.c., and established as the official language of the Roman Empire. Abbreviation: L. one of the forms of literary Latin, as , , , or , or of nonclassical Latin, as . a native or inhabitant of Latium; an ancient Roman. […]