[doo r-uh] /ˈdʊər ə/
a type of grain sorghum with slender stalks, cultivated in Asia and Africa and introduced into the U.S.
an Old World variety of sorghum, Sorghum vulgare durra, with erect hairy flower spikes and round seeds: cultivated for grain and fodder Also called Guinea corn, Indian millet
Description language for coarse-grained concurrency on heterogeneous processors. “Durra: A Task-level Description Language”, M.R. Barbacci et al, CMU/SEI-86-TR-3, CMU 1986.
[doo r-uh l, duhr-] /ˈdʊər əl, ˈdʌr-/ noun 1. Lawrence (George) 1912–90, English novelist and poet. /ˈdʌrəl/ noun 1. Gerald (Malcolm). 1925–95, British zoologist and writer: his books include The Bafut Beagles (1954), My Family and Other Animals (1956), and The Aye-aye and I (1992) 2. his brother, Lawrence (George). 1912–90, British poet and novelist; […]
[doo r-uh n-maht, dyoo r-; German dyr-uh n-maht] /ˈdʊər ənˌmɑt, ˈdyʊər-; German ˈdür ənˌmɑt/ noun 1. Friedrich [freed-rik;; German free-drikh] /ˈfrid rɪk;; German ˈfri drɪx/ (Show IPA), 1921–90, Swiss dramatist and novelist. /ˈdyrənmat/ noun 1. Friedrich (ˈfriːdrɪç). 1921–90, Swiss dramatist and writer of detective stories, noted for his grotesque and paradoxical treatment of the modern […]
[doo r-uh s; Albanian door-ruh s] /ˈdʊər əs; Albanian ˈdur rəs/ noun 1. a seaport in W Albania, on the Adriatic: important ancient city. /ˈdurrəs/ noun 1. a port in W Albania, on the Adriatic. Pop: 114 000 (2003 est) Italian name Duraz Ancient names Epidamnus (ˌɛpɪˈdæmnəs), Dyrrachium (dəˈreɪkɪəm)
[dur-ee] /ˈdɜr i/ noun 1. . [dur-ee] /ˈdɜr i/ noun 1. a thick, nonpile cotton rug of India. /ˈdʌrɪ/ noun 1. a cotton carpet made in India, often in rectangular pieces fringed at the ends: sometimes used as a sofa cover, wall hanging, etc