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Necklace n. 1 chain or string of beads, precious stones, etc., worn round the neck. 2 s.afr. Tyre soaked or filled with petrol, placed round a victim's neck, and set alight.Nectar n. 1 sugary substance produced by plants and made into honey by bees. 2 (in greek and roman mythology) the drink of the gods. 3 drink compared to this.  nectarous adj. [latin from greek] ترجمه اردو به فارسی Needle �n. 1 a very thin pointed rod of smooth steel etc. With a slit (�eye�) for thread at the blunt end, used in sewing. B larger plastic, wooden, etc. Slender rod without an eye, used in knitting etc. 2 pointer on a dial. 3 any of several small thin pointed instruments, esp.: a the end of a hypodermic syringe. B = *stylus 1. 4 a obelisk (cleopatra's needle). B pointed rock or peak. 5 leaf of a fir or pine tree. 6 (the needle) slang fit of bad temper or nervousness. �v. (-ling) colloq. Irritate; provoke. [old english]Milky way n. Luminous band of stars; the galaxy.Ne'er adv. Poet. = *never. [contraction]Millet n. 1 cereal plant bearing small nutritious seeds. 2 seed of this. [latin milium]Milk-powder n. Dehydrated milk.Nectar n. 1 sugary substance produced by plants and made into honey by bees. 2 (in greek and roman mythology) the drink of the gods. 3 drink compared to this.  nectarous adj. [latin from greek]Milky way n. Luminous band of stars; the galaxy.Ne'er adv. Poet. = *never. [contraction]




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