[self-kuhl-erd, self-] /ˈsɛlfˈkʌl ərd, ˌsɛlf-/
of one color.
of the natural color.
having only a single and uniform colour: self-coloured flowers, a self-coloured dress
(of cloth, material, etc)
having the natural or original colour
retaining the colour of the thread before weaving
noun 1. the act or process of burning. 2. Chemistry. rapid oxidation accompanied by heat and, usually, light. chemical combination attended by production of heat and light. slow oxidation not accompanied by high temperature and light. 3. violent excitement; tumult. noun 1. the process of burning 2. any process in which a substance reacts with […]
[self-kuh-mand, -mahnd, self-] /ˈsɛlf kəˈmænd, -ˈmɑnd, ˌsɛlf-/ noun 1. self-control. self-command noun 1. another term for self-control
[kom-uh n-dey-shuh n] /ˌkɒm ənˈdeɪ ʃən/ noun 1. the act of commending; recommendation; praise: commendation for a job well done. 2. something that commends, as a formal recommendation or an official citation or award: a commendation for bravery. 3. Feudal Law. the placing of oneself or one’s land under the protection of a lord so […]
noun 1. the act of committing. 2. the state of being committed. 3. the act of committing, pledging, or engaging oneself. 4. a pledge or promise; obligation: We have made a commitment to pay our bills on time. 5. engagement; involvement: They have a sincere commitment to religion. 6. perpetration or commission, as of a […]
verb (used with object), committed, committing. 1. to give in trust or charge; consign. 2. to consign for preservation: to commit ideas to writing; to commit a poem to memory. 3. to pledge (oneself) to a position on an issue or question; express (one’s intention, feeling, etc.): Asked if he was a candidate, he refused […]