verb (used with object)
to dry or cure (meat, fish, etc., especially haddock) in the sun.
a haddock dried or cured in the sun.
noun 1. David [dah-veed] /ˈdɑ vid/ (Show IPA), 1533?–66, Italian musician: private foreign secretary to Mary, Queen of Scots 1564–66. noun 1. David. ?1533–66, Italian musician and courtier who became the secretary and favourite of Mary, Queen of Scots. He was murdered at the instigation of a group of nobles, including Mary’s husband, Darnley
Military. 1. road junction. RJ 1. radial jerk (reflex) 2. road junction
hardware, communications An American-style telephone jack with six possible connections. A telephone normally uses two pairs of wires. Often found on the back of US-manufactured modems or for connection to a leased line. (1998-06-30)
hardware A serial connector which looks very much like a standard telephone connector, except it houses eight wires instead of four. RJ-45s are typically found on computers either integrated into the mother board or on a NIC. Because they are so small they are often used on devices such as terminal servers that have many […]