the act of reforming; state of being reformed.
(initial capital letter) the religious movement in the 16th century that had for its object the reform of the Roman Catholic Church, and that led to the establishment of the Protestant churches.
the act or an instance of reforming or the state of being reformed
a religious and political movement of 16th-century Europe that began as an attempt to reform the Roman Catholic Church and resulted in the establishment of the Protestant Churches
A religious movement in the sixteenth century that began as an attempted reform of the Roman Catholic Church but resulted in the founding of Protestant churches separate from it. Some of the leaders of the Reformation were Martin Luther, John Calvin, and John Knox. The Reformation was established in England after King Henry VIII declared himself head of the Christian Church in that country.
- Self-tapping screw
[self-tap-ing] /ˈsɛlfˌtæp ɪŋ/ noun 1. a screw designed to tap its corresponding female thread as it is driven.
adjective 1. taught to oneself or by oneself to be (as indicated) without the aid of a formal education: self-taught typing; a self-taught typist. 2. learned by oneself: a self-taught mastery of the guitar. adjective 1. having learnt oneself without any external or formal instruction
noun 1. an offer by a company to buy back some or all of its shares from its shareholders, esp as a protection against an unwelcome takeover bid
verb (used with object), terminated, terminating. 1. to bring to an end; put an end to: to terminate a contract. 2. to occur at or form the conclusion of: The countess’s soliloquy terminates the play. 3. to bound or limit spatially; form or be situated at the extremity of. 4. to dismiss from a job; […]