a person, as a clerk or bookkeeper, whose work involves a considerable amount of writing, record-keeping, etc.
An office worker, esp a clerk, bookkeeper, or the like; desk jockey: The number of pencil pushers and typists has increased (1881+)
noun 1. a stripe of varying widths, especially a dark stripe on a light ground. 2. a pattern of such stripes. 3. a fabric or garment having such stripes.
noun 1. a computer, as a personal digital assistant, having pattern-recognition software enabling it to read handwritten text or drawings input on the screen by means of a stylus.
[pend] /pɛnd/ verb (used without object) 1. to remain undecided or unsettled. 2. to hang. 3. Obsolete. to depend. /pɛnd/ verb (intransitive) 1. to await judgment or settlement 2. (dialect) to hang; depend noun 3. (Scot) an archway or vaulted passage v. c.1500, “to depend, to hang,” from French pendre, from Late Latin pendere “to […]
[pen-duh nt] /ˈpɛn dənt/ noun, Also, . 1. a hanging ornament, as an earring or the main piece suspended from a necklace. 2. an ornament suspended from a roof, vault, or ceiling. 3. a hanging electrical lighting fixture; chandelier. 4. that by which something is suspended, as the ringed stem of a watch. 5. a […]