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-ward suffix (also -wards) added to nouns of place or destination and to adverbs of direction and forming: 1 adverbs (usu. -wards) meaning �towards� (backwards; homewards). 2 adjectives (usu. -ward) meaning �turned or tending towards� (downward; onward). 3 (less commonly) nouns meaning �the region towards or about� (look to the eastward). [old english]Warhorse n. 1 hist. Trooper's powerful horse. 2 colloq. Veteran soldier, politician, etc. مترجم فارسی به انگلیسی War of nerves n. Attempt to wear down an opponent psychologically.Vestibule n. 1 hall or lobby of a building. 2 us enclosed space between railway-carriages. [latin]Wary adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 on one's guard; circumspect. 2 (foll. By of) cautious. 3 showing caution.  warily adv. Wariness n. [ware look out for, avoid]Vexation n. 1 vexing or being vexed. 2 annoying or distressing thing.Vertical �adj. 1 at right angles to a horizontal plane. 2 in a direction from top to bottom of a picture etc. 3 of or at the vertex. �n. Vertical line or plane.  vertically adv. [latin: related to *vertex]Warhorse n. 1 hist. Trooper's powerful horse. 2 colloq. Veteran soldier, politician, etc.Vestibule n. 1 hall or lobby of a building. 2 us enclosed space between railway-carriages. [latin]Wary adj. (-ier, -iest) 1 on one's guard; circumspect. 2 (foll. By of) cautious. 3 showing caution.  warily adv. Wariness n. [ware look out for, avoid]




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