Lin



[lin] /lɪn/

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[lin] /lɪn/
noun
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Maya Ying [mah-yuh ying] /ˈmɑ yə ˈyɪŋ/ (Show IPA), born 1959, U.S. architect and sculptor.
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a female given name, form of or .
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[lin] /lɪn/
noun, Chiefly Scot.
1.
a waterfall or torrent of rushing water in a river or stream.
2.
a pool of water, especially at the foot of a waterfall.
3.
a steep ravine or precipice.
/lɪn/
noun (mainly Scot)
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a waterfall or a pool at the foot of it
2.
a ravine or precipice
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lineal
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