To meet and consort; spend time together; mingle: colleagues with whom we rub elbows in the course of a day’s work
[nuhj] /nʌdʒ/ verb (used with object), nudged, nudging. 1. to push slightly or gently, especially with the elbow, to get someone’s attention, prod someone into action, etc. verb (used without object), nudged, nudging. 2. to give a nudge. noun 3. a slight or gentle push or jog, especially with the elbow. [noo j] /nʊdʒ/ verb […]
[noo j-ee] /ˈnʊdʒ i/ adjective, nudgier, nudgiest. 1. of, relating to, or like a or nag. 2. nervous; edgy.
1. a combining form meaning “naked,” “bare,” used in the formation of compound words: nudicaul. combining form 1. naked or bare: nudibranch
[noo-duh-brangk, nyoo-] /ˈnu dəˌbræŋk, ˈnyu-/ noun 1. a shell-less, marine snail of the suborder Nudibranchia, having external, often branched respiratory appendages on the back and sides. /ˈnjuːdɪˌbræŋk/ noun 1. any marine gastropod of the order Nudibranchia, characterized by a shell-less, often beautifully coloured, body bearing external gills and other appendages Also called sea slug nudibranch […]