[pon-jee, pon-jee] /pɒnˈdʒi, ˈpɒn dʒi/
silk of a slightly uneven weave made from filaments of wild silk woven in natural tan color.
a cotton or rayon fabric imitating it.
Compare (def 2), (def 1).
a thin plain-weave silk fabric from China or India, left in its natural colour
a cotton or rayon fabric similar to or in imitation of this, but not necessarily in the natural colour
[pon-jid] /ˈpɒn dʒɪd/ noun 1. any anthropoid primate of the family Pongidae, comprising the gorilla, chimpanzee, and orangutan; a great ape. adjective 2. pertaining to or being a great ape. /ˈpɒŋɡɪd; ˈpɒndʒɪd/ noun 1. any primate of the family Pongidae, which includes the gibbons and the great apes adjective 2. of, relating to, or belonging […]
[pong, pawng] /pɒŋ, pɔŋ/ British Informal. noun 1. an unpleasant smell; stink. verb (used without object) 2. to have a disagreeable smell; stink. /pɒŋ/ noun 1. a disagreeable or offensive smell; stink verb 2. (intransitive) to give off an unpleasant smell; stink n. by late 1960s as an abbreviation of ping-pong. The electronic arcade game […]
/ˈpɒŋɡəʊ/ noun (pl) -gos 1. an anthropoid ape, esp an orang-utan or (formerly) a gorilla 2. (military, slang) a soldier or marine n. ape genus, 1620s, from Kongo mpongi.
[pon-yerd] /ˈpɒn yərd/ noun 1. a small, slender dagger. verb (used with object) 2. to stab with a poniard. /ˈpɒnjəd/ noun 1. a small dagger with a slender blade verb 2. (transitive) to stab with a poniard n. 1580s, from Middle French poinard (early 16c.), from Old French poignal “dagger,” literally “anything grasped with the […]