[ped-eyt] /ˈpɛd eɪt/
having a foot or feet.
resembling a foot.
having divisions like toes.
Botany. (of a leaf) palmately parted or divided with the lateral lobes or divisions cleft or divided.
(of a plant leaf) divided into several lobes arising at a common point, the lobes often being stalked and the lateral lobes sometimes divided into smaller lobes
(zoology) having or resembling a foot: a pedate appendage
/pɪˈdætɪfɪd; -ˈdeɪ-/ adjective 1. (of a plant leaf) pedately divided, with the divisions less deep than in a pedate leaf
1. Doctor of Pedagogy.
[ped-l] /ˈpɛd l/ verb (used with object), peddled, peddling. 1. to carry (small articles, goods, wares, etc.) from place to place for sale at retail; hawk. 2. to deal out, distribute, or dispense, especially in small quantities: to peddle radical ideas. 3. to sell (drugs) illicitly. verb (used without object), peddled, peddling. 4. to go […]
[ped-ler] /ˈpɛd lər/ noun 1. a person who sells from door to door or in the street. 2. a person who tries to promote some cause, candidate, viewpoint, etc. /ˈpɛdlə/ noun 1. a person who sells illegal drugs, esp narcotics 2. the usual US spelling of pedlar n. late 14c. (c.1300 as a surname, Will. […]