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Resentment n. Indignant or bitter feelings. [italian or french: related to *resent]Reshuffle �v. (-ling) 1 shuffle (cards) again. 2 change the posts of (government ministers etc.). �n. Act of reshuffling. 난처한 Resign v. 1 (often foll. By from) give up office, one's employment, etc. 2 relinquish, surrender (a right, task, etc.). 3 refl. (usu. Foll. By to) reconcile (oneself etc.) To the inevitable. [latin signo sign]Prong n. Each of two or more projecting pointed parts at the end of a fork etc. [origin unknown]Resold past and past part. Of *resell.Prop2 n. Colloq. = *property 3. [abbreviation]Promissory adj. Conveying or implying a promise. [medieval latin: related to *promise]Reshuffle �v. (-ling) 1 shuffle (cards) again. 2 change the posts of (government ministers etc.). �n. Act of reshuffling.Prong n. Each of two or more projecting pointed parts at the end of a fork etc. [origin unknown]Resold past and past part. Of *resell.




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