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would

  
  (unstressed)  
      vb   takes an infinitive without: to or an implied infinitive, used as an auxiliary  
1    to form the past tense or subjunctive mood of will1  
2    with: you, he, she, it, they, or a noun as subject   to indicate willingness or desire in a polite manner  
would you help me, please?     
3    to describe a past action as being accustomed or habitual  
every day we would go for walks     
4    I wish  
would that he were here     
See at should  


would-be  
      adj   prenominal  
1    Usually derogatory   wanting or professing to be  
a would-be politician     
2    intended to be  
would-be generosity     
      n  
3    Derogatory   a person who wants or professes to be something that he is not  
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exp.
quit disobeying; start acting like someone would want to
E.g. Finally, her husband has come to heel and they will buy a new car, as she wants.
n.
very short presentation of a product or a company that you would do to somebody you meet briefly, like in an elevator, to attract his/her attention
n.
a group of people who decide to meet and make purchases at a local business. The aim is both to support it and to meet up with the community.
Inspired by the phenomenon of flash mobs, which refers to groups of people mobilized by social media to perform entertaining or unusual acts in public, such as choreographies
adj.
(about a product or service) meant to meet the customers' basic requirements; with no add-ons, including only the basic features
E.g: It's a no frills hotel, but very clean and with friendly staff.
exp.
find a a partner for someone and act as an intermediary for the two persons to meet
exp.
meet someone by chance
E.g.I ran into James the other day when I was shopping (meaning=I met James without planning it, by chance)
adv.
very little; very few; said to indicate that something is in a low amount/quantity or insignificant
E.g. You weigh like nothing; It costs like nothing; It is a big deal, but you make it look like nothing.
v.
like a cocoon not an infection.
n.
paraprofessional registered physician assistants like nurses
Needs disambiguation with Paramedic when traduction in other languages
exp.
sweat excessively
[Slang]
n.
With Registerd Paramedical Professionals like RN
v.
meet people on a chat on Internet or via e-mail or social networks. meet virtually and not physically
INTERNET
exp.
a humorous way of saying that something is not needed at all
[Hum.];[Iron.]
v.
meet; cross each other's lives; be brought together
E.g.:They crossed paths fifteen years ago and they are best friends since then.
n.
like a barista for a fast-food burger restaurant
n.
used to describe a female who smells like a cabbage and is acting like a bitch
[Slang]
n.
informal name given to footwear items like socks, home foot covers or plastic foot covers used for hygienical reasons
exp.
not to be able to act like a man, be a pussy
slang
n.
person skilled for an activity, especially for one involving motion (like sports; dance)
una canción de los 90
adj.
a man of good breeding, well-behaved, courteous, polite who behaves like a gentleman
n.
creative translation, translation involving some authoring, like translation of ads
exp.
business operating in a "real world" not on the internet : like a department store, a car manufacturer
see : click and mortar : a business that combine new technologies and traditional business
exp.
a humorous way of saying that someone doesn't like or love the speaker.
[Hum.] E.g.: You've seen the way she treated me last time we met. It's clear: she loves me not.
n.
means a liquid is not clear: this tea's got bits in it, I don't like yogurt with bits in it
assez proche de l'idée de 'il y a à boire et à manger'

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