[hab-er-dash-uh-ree] /ˈhæb ərˌdæʃ ə ri/
noun, plural haberdasheries.
a haberdasher’s shop.
the goods sold there.
noun (pl) -eries
the goods or business kept by a haberdasher
early 15c., Anglo-French, “goods sold by a haberdasher,” from haberdasher + -y (2). Meaning “a haberdasher’s shop” is recorded from 1813, with meaning shading to -ery.
[haw-ber-juh n, hab-er, huh-bur-juh n] /ˈhɔ bər dʒən, ˈhæb ər, həˈbɜr dʒən/ noun, Armor. 1. a short, sleeveless coat of mail. 2. . /ˈhæbədʒən/ noun 1. a light sleeveless coat of mail worn in the 14th century under the plated hauberk /ˈhɔːbədʒən/ noun 1. a variant of habergeon an Old English word for breastplate. In […]
/ˈhɑːbərmas/ noun 1. Jürgen (ˈjyrɡən). born 1929, German social theorist: his chief works are Theory and Practice (1963) and Knowledge and Human Interests (1968)
noun 1. a process for synthesizing ammonia from gaseous nitrogen and hydrogen under high pressure and temperature in the presence of a catalyst. /ˈhɑːbə/ noun 1. an industrial process for producing ammonia by reacting atmospheric nitrogen with hydrogen at about 200 atmospheres (2 × 107 pascals) and 500°C in the presence of a catalyst, usually […]
[hab-il] /ˈhæb ɪl/ adjective 1. skillful; dexterous; adroit. /ˈhæbiːl/ adjective 1. (rare) skilful 2. (obsolete) fit
[huh-bil-uh-muh nt] /həˈbɪl ə mənt/ noun 1. Usually, habiliments. 2. habiliments, accouterments or trappings. /həˈbɪlɪmənt/ noun 1. (often pl) dress or attire n. often habiliments, early 15c., “munitions, weapons,” from Middle French habillement, from abiller “prepare or fit out,” probably from habile “fit, suitable” (see able). Alternative etymology [Barnhart, Klein] makes the French verb originally […]