one sex considered as secondary or subordinate in role to the other, especially women in a male-dominated society.
noun 1. a sheet of blank stationery, used in a letter as the second and following pages to a sheet having a letterhead. 2. a sheet of lightweight paper, usually of inferior quality, used behind a carbon to make a duplicate.
noun 1. the faculty of seeing future events; clairvoyance. second sight noun 1. the alleged ability to foresee the future, see actions taking place elsewhere, etc; clairvoyance second sight Clairvoyance, as in Jane must have second sight; she knew exactly where Dad had mislaid his keys. This expression, alluding to the supposed power of someone […]
[sek-uh nd-stawr-ee, -stohr-ee] /ˈsɛk əndˌstɔr i, -ˌstoʊr i/ adjective 1. of or located on the second story or floor. 2. of or relating to a second-story man: The theft was a second-story job. second story noun 1. second floor. second floor noun 1. the floor or story above the ground floor. 2. (in Britain and […]
noun 1. Engineering. a stress induced by the elastic deformation of a structure under a temporary load. 2. secondary accent. secondary stress noun 1. another term for secondary accent