[nob-uh l] /ˈnɒb əl/
verb (used with object), nobbled, nobbling. British Slang.
to drug or disable (a race horse) to prevent its winning a race.
to convince (a person) by fraudulent methods; misrepresent or lie to.
to swindle; defraud.
to seize (a person); hold for arrest.
verb (transitive) (Brit, slang)
to disable (a racehorse), esp with drugs
to win over or outwit (a person) by underhand means
to suborn (a person, esp a juror) by threats, bribery, etc
to steal; filch
to get hold of; grab
/ˈnɒbət/ adverb 1. (dialect) nothing but; only
[nob-ee] /ˈnɒb i/ adjective, nobbier, nobbiest. British Slang. 1. fashionable or elegant; stylish; chic. 2. excellent; first-rate. adjective Stylish; fashionable; smart: Polo shirts, nobby ties/ In 1903 Larkin picked up a nobby one-cylinder Winton [1788+; fr nob]
[noh-bel-ist] /noʊˈbɛl ɪst/ noun 1. a person who is awarded a .
[noh-bel-ee-uh m, -bee-lee-] /noʊˈbɛl i əm, -ˈbi li-/ noun, Chemistry, Physics. 1. a transuranic element in the actinium series. Symbol: No; atomic number: 102. /nəʊˈbiːlɪəm/ noun 1. a transuranic element produced artificially from curium. Symbol: No; atomic no: 102; half-life of most stable isotope, 255No: 180 seconds (approx.); valency: 2 or 3 n. 1957, from […]