und so weiter
[oo nt zoh vahy-tuh r] /ʊnt zoʊ ˈvaɪ tər/
and so forth; et cetera.
Abbreviation: usw, u.s.w.
verb (used without object), dabbled, dabbling. 1. to play and splash in or as if in water, especially with the hands. 2. to work at anything in an irregular or superficial manner: to dabble in literature. 3. (of a duck) to feed on shallow-water vegetation with rapid, splashing movements of the bill. verb (used with […]
verb (used with or without object), daggled, daggling. Archaic. 1. to drag or trail through mud, water, etc.; draggle; bemire.
adjective, daintier, daintiest. 1. of delicate beauty; exquisite: a dainty lace handkerchief. 2. pleasing to the taste and, often, temptingly served or delicate; delicious: dainty pastries. 3. of delicate discrimination or taste; particular; fastidious: a dainty eater. 4. overly particular; finicky. noun, plural dainties. 5. something delicious to the taste; a delicacy. adjective -tier, -tiest […]
verb (used without object), dallied, dallying. 1. to waste time; loiter; delay. 2. to act playfully, especially in an amorous or flirtatious way. 3. to play mockingly; trifle: to dally with danger. verb (used with object), dallied, dallying. 4. to waste (time) (usually followed by away). verb (intransitive) -lies, -lying, -lied 1. to waste time […]