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accessory
/ æksesəri /

pridev

Množina reči accessory je accessories.

Sinonimi:
adjunct · ancillary · adjuvant · appurtenant · auxiliary · subsidiary

Sinonimi:
adjunct · adjuvant · ancillary · appurtenant · auxiliary · subsidiary · supportive

ETYM Latin accessorius. Related to Access, Accessary.
Relating to something that is added but is not essential; SYN. adjunct, ancillary, adjuvant, appurtenant, auxiliary, subsidiary.
1. Aiding and abetting in a crime
2. Furnishing added support

accidental
/ æksədentl̩ /

pridev

Množina reči accidental je accidentals.

Sinonimi:
casual · chance · inadvertent

Sinonimi:
adventitious · casual · chance · extrinsic · inadvertent · unintended · unplanned

ETYM Cf. French accidentel, earlier accidental.
1. Occurring or appearing or singled out by chance; SYN. casual, chance.
2. Without intention; especially resulting from heedless action; SYN. inadvertent.
3. Associated by chance and not an integral part;- Frederick W. Robertson.
Music sign indicating that the following note is to be raised or lowered, as a departure from the key signature.
In music notation, a sharp, flat, or natural sign preceding a note which changes the pitch of the note by a semitone up (sharp), down (flat), or back to normal (natural).
Music written in “black-note” keys may require the rarer double sharp and double flat signs indicating a change in pitch of a full tone.

adjunct
/ ædʒəŋkt /

pridev

Množina reči adjunct je adjuncts.

Sinonimi:
assistant

Sinonimi:
accessory · adjuvant · ancillary · appurtenant · assistant · auxiliary · low-level · subordinate · subsidiary · supportive

ETYM Latin adjunctus, p. p. of adjungere. Related to Adjoin.
1. Of or relating to a person who is subordinate to another; SYN. assistant.
2. Furnishing added support

adjunctive

pridev

Množina reči adjunctive je adjunctives.

Sinonimi:
connected

ETYM Latin adjunctivus, from adjungere. Related to Adjunct.
Joining; forming an adjunct.

adventitious
/ ædventɪʃəs /

pridev

Množina reči adventitious je adventitiouses.

Sinonimi:
accidental · extrinsic

ETYM Latin adventitius.
Accidental; casual.
Medicine, Botany, added from without; not essential; accidental; casual; acquired; adventive.
In botany, arising in an abnormal position, as in roots developing on the stem of a cutting or buds developing on roots.
1. Added extrinsically; not essentially inherent; accidental or causal; additional; supervenient; foreign.
2. Out of the proper or usual place.
3. Accidentally or sparingly spontaneous in a country or district; not fully naturalized; adventive.
4. Acquired, as diseases; accidental.
5. Associated by chance and not an integral part

adventive

pridev

Množina reči adventive je adventives.

Sinonimi:
foreign · strange

Not native and not fully established; locally or temporarily naturalized.
A thing or person coming from outside.

aidant

pridev

Množina reči aidant je aidants.

ancient
/ eɪntʃənt /

pridev

Množina reči ancient je ancients.

Sinonimi:
old · past

ETYM Old Eng. auncien, French ancien, Late Lat. antianus, from Latin ante before. Related to Ante-, pref.
1. Belonging to times long past especially of the historical period before the fall of the Western Roman Empire.
2. Very old.

ancillary
/ ænsəleri /

pridev

Množina reči ancillary je ancillaries.

Sinonimi:
accessory · adjunct · adjuvant · appurtenant · auxiliary · subsidiary · supportive

ETYM Latin ancillaris, from ancilla a female servant.
Subservient or subordinate, like a handmaid; auxiliary.
Auxiliary; secondary; subordinate; auxiliary.

appurtenant
/ əpɜːrtnənt /

pridev

Množina reči appurtenant je appurtenants.

Sinonimi:
accessory · adjunct · adjuvant · ancillary · auxiliary · subsidiary · supportive

1. Constituting a legal accompaniment
2. Auxiliary, accessory

auxiliary
/ agzɪljəri /

pridev

Množina reči auxiliary je auxiliaries.

Sinonimi:
subsidiary · supplemental · supplementary

Sinonimi:
accessory · adjunct · adjuvant · ancillary · appurtenant · secondary · subsidiary · supplemental · supplementary · supportive

ETYM Latin auxiliarius, from auxilium help, aid, from augere to increase.
Functioning in a subsidiary or supporting capacity; SYN. subsidiary, supplemental, supplementary.

emergency
/ ɪmɝːdʒənsi /

pridev

Množina reči emergency je emergencies.

Made necessary by sudden occurrence demanding immediate remedy.

instrumental
/ ɪnstrəmentl̩ /

pridev

Množina reči instrumental je instrumentals.

Sinonimi:
device · helpful · implemental · subservient

ETYM Cf. French instrumental.
Relating to or designed for or performed on musical instruments.

minor
/ maɪnər /

pridev

Množina reči minor je minors.

Sinonimi:
modest · small · small-scale · nonaged · underage · venial

Sinonimi:
insignificant · junior · limited · modest · nonaged · pardonable · peanut · pocket-size · pocket-sized · secondary · small · small-scale · underage · venial

ETYM Latin, a comparative with no positive.
(Homonym: miner).
1. Inferior in number or size or amount.
2. Lesser in scope or effect.
3. Limited in size or scope; SYN. modest, small, small-scale.
4. Of lesser importance or stature or rank.
5. Of lesser seriousness or danger.
6. (British) Of the younger of two boys with the same family name.
7. (Law) Not of legal age; SYN. nonaged, underage.
8. (Music) Of a scale or mode.
9. (Theology) Warranting only temporal punishment; SYN. venial.
10. Pertaining to one's secondary field of academic concentration or specialization.

slave
/ sleɪv /

pridev

Množina reči slave je slaves.

Sinonimi:
bond · enslaved · enthralled · in bondage · servile · slaveholding · unfree

1. Concerned with slaves
2. Held in servitude

subordinate
/ səbɔːrdənet /

pridev

Množina reči subordinate je subordinates.

Sinonimi:
low-level

Sinonimi:
adjunct · assistant · associate · dependent · feudatory · inferior · junior · junior-grade · low-level · lower-ranking · lowly · petty · ruled · secondary · subaltern · subject · submissive · subordinate · subservient · under

ETYM Pref. sub + Latin ordinatus, p. p. of ordinare to set in order, to arrange. Related to Ordain.
1. Lower in rank or importance; SYN. low-level.
2. Subject or submissive to authority or the control of another.

subsidiary
/ səbsɪdieri /

pridev

Množina reči subsidiary je subsidiaries.

Sinonimi:
accessory · adjunct · adjuvant · ancillary · appurtenant · auxiliary · grant · secondary · supplemental · supplementary · supportive

ETYM Latin subsidiarius: cf. French subsidiaire. Related to Subsidy.
1. Furnishing aid; assisting; auxiliary.
2. Of or pertaining to a subsidy; constituting a subsidy; being a part of, or of the nature of, a subsidy.

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ancillary
/ ænsəleri /

pridev

Množina reči ancillary je ancillaries.

Sinonimi:
accessory · adjunct · adjuvant · appurtenant · auxiliary · subsidiary · supportive

ETYM Latin ancillaris, from ancilla a female servant.
Subservient or subordinate, like a handmaid; auxiliary.
Auxiliary; secondary; subordinate; auxiliary.

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