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stem         

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      n  
1    the main axis of a plant, which bears the leaves, axillary buds, and flowers and contains a hollow cylinder of vascular tissue  
2    any similar subsidiary structure in such plants that bears a flower, fruit, or leaf  
3    a corresponding structure in algae and fungi  
4    any long slender part, such as the hollow part of a tobacco pipe that lies between the bit and the bowl, or the support between the base and the bowl of a wineglass, goblet, etc.  
5    a banana stalk with several bunches attached  
6    the main line of descent or branch of a family  
7    a round pin in some locks on which a socket in the end of a key fits and about which it rotates  
8    any shank or cylindrical pin or rod, such as the pin that carries the winding knob on a watch  
9      (Linguistics)   the form of a word that remains after removal of all inflectional affixes; the root of a word, esp. as occurring together with a thematic element  
   Compare       root   1       9  
10    the main, usually vertical, stroke of a letter or of a musical note such as a minim  
11      (Electronics)   the tubular glass section projecting from the base of a light bulb or electronic valve, on which the filament or electrodes are mounted  
12   
a    the main upright timber or structure at the bow of a vessel  
b    the very forward end of a vessel (esp. in the phrase from stem to stern)  
      vb   , stems, stemming, stemmed  
13    intr; usually foll by: from   to be derived; originate  
14    tr   to make headway against (a tide, wind, etc.)  
15    tr   to remove or disengage the stem or stems from  
16    tr   to supply (something) with a stem or stems  
     (Old English stemn; related to Old Norse stafn stem of a ship, German Stamm tribe, Gothic stoma basis, Latin stamen thread)  
  stemlike      adj  
  stemmer      n  
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stem          [2]  
      vb   , stems, stemming, stemmed  
1    tr   to restrain or stop (the flow of something) by or as if by damming up  
2    tr   to pack tightly or stop up  
3      (Skiing)   to manoeuvre (a ski or skis), as in performing a stem  
      n  
4      (Skiing)   a technique in which the heel of one ski or both skis is forced outwards from the direction of movement in order to slow down or turn  
     (C15 stemmen, from Old Norse stemma; related to Old Norse stamr blocked, stammering, German stemmen to prop; see stammer)  
  stemmer      n  

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stem turn  
      n     (Skiing)   a turn in which the heel of one ski is stemmed and the other ski is brought parallel,   (Also called)    stem         


stem          [1]  
      n  
1    the main axis of a plant, which bears the leaves, axillary buds, and flowers and contains a hollow cylinder of vascular tissue  
2    any similar subsidiary structure in such plants that bears a flower, fruit, or leaf  
3    a corresponding structure in algae and fungi  
4    any long slender part, such as the hollow part of a tobacco pipe that lies between the bit and the bowl, or the support between the base and the bowl of a wineglass, goblet, etc.  
5    a banana stalk with several bunches attached  
6    the main line of descent or branch of a family  
7    a round pin in some locks on which a socket in the end of a key fits and about which it rotates  
8    any shank or cylindrical pin or rod, such as the pin that carries the winding knob on a watch  
9      (Linguistics)   the form of a word that remains after removal of all inflectional affixes; the root of a word, esp. as occurring together with a thematic element  
   Compare       root   1       9  
10    the main, usually vertical, stroke of a letter or of a musical note such as a minim  
11      (Electronics)   the tubular glass section projecting from the base of a light bulb or electronic valve, on which the filament or electrodes are mounted  
12   
a    the main upright timber or structure at the bow of a vessel  
b    the very forward end of a vessel (esp. in the phrase from stem to stern)  
      vb   , stems, stemming, stemmed  
13    intr; usually foll by: from   to be derived; originate  
14    tr   to make headway against (a tide, wind, etc.)  
15    tr   to remove or disengage the stem or stems from  
16    tr   to supply (something) with a stem or stems  
     (Old English stemn; related to Old Norse stafn stem of a ship, German Stamm tribe, Gothic stoma basis, Latin stamen thread)  
  stemlike      adj  
  stemmer      n  
stem          [2]  
      vb   , stems, stemming, stemmed  
1    tr   to restrain or stop (the flow of something) by or as if by damming up  
2    tr   to pack tightly or stop up  
3      (Skiing)   to manoeuvre (a ski or skis), as in performing a stem  
      n  
4      (Skiing)   a technique in which the heel of one ski or both skis is forced outwards from the direction of movement in order to slow down or turn  
     (C15 stemmen, from Old Norse stemma; related to Old Norse stamr blocked, stammering, German stemmen to prop; see stammer)  
  stemmer      n  
stem-and-leaf diagram  
      n     (Statistics)   a histogram in which the data points falling within each class interval are listed in order  
stem cell  
      n     (Histology)   an undifferentiated cell that gives rise to specialized cells, such as blood cells  
stem ginger  
      n   the choice pieces of the underground stem of the ginger plant, which are crystallized or preserved in syrup and eaten as a sweetmeat  
stem-winder  
      n   a watch wound by an expanded crown on the bar projecting outside the case, as opposed to one wound by a separate key,   (Also called)    stem-winding watch  

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stem         

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1   
      n   axis, branch, peduncle, shoot, stalk, stock, trunk  
2   
      vb     (usually with)       from   arise, be bred by, be brought about by, be caused by, be generated by, derive, develop, emanate, flow, issue, originate  

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stem          [2]  
      vb   bring to a standstill, check, contain, curb, dam, hold back, oppose, resist, restrain, stanch, staunch, stay     (archaic)   stop, withstand  

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stem cell, stem ginger, stem turn, steam

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