ETYM French enclos, p. p. of enclore to enclose; pref. en- (Latin in) + clore to close. Related to Close, Inclose, Include.
1. To close in or confine; SYN. hold in, confine.
2. To surround completely; SYN. inclose, shut in.
inlay / ˈɪnˌle /
(Irregular preterit, past participle: inlaid).
To decorate the surface of by inserting wood, stone, and metal.
1. To estimate the value of; in mathematics; SYN. extrapolate.
2. To insert words into texts; SYN. alter, falsify.
3. Insert; introduce; interject; alter or falsify (text etc.) by inserting new material; estimate (intermediate values) from known values in a mathematical range or series.
4. To estimate intermediate values between two known values in a sequence.
1. To make known; SYN. present, acquaint.
2. To bring something new to an environment; SYN. innovate.
3. To bring in or establish
4. To bring before the public for the first time, as of an actor, song, etc.; SYN. bring out.
5. To submit legislation into a legislative body
nest / nest /
1. To inhabit a nest, as of birds and some insects.
2. To fit together or fit inside
3. To gather nests.
put in / ˈpʊt ɪn /
1. To devote (time, effort, etc.) to a task
2. To put on an application, apply for a job, in a competition, etc.; SYN. submit.