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1. area

noun. ['ˈɛriːə'] a particular geographical region of indefinite boundary (usually serving some special purpose or distinguished by its people or culture or geography).

Synonyms

  • free zone
  • block
  • anchorage ground
  • broadcast area
  • centre
  • clear
  • open
  • middle
  • country
  • high country
  • rain shadow
  • space
  • fireside
  • safety
  • stamping ground
  • scene
  • center
  • playground
  • region
  • city block
  • no man's land
  • staging area
  • winner's circle
  • corner
  • hearth
  • shrubbery
  • free port
  • tank farm
  • refuge
  • haunt
  • bed-ground
  • vacation spot
  • bedground
  • arena
  • hangout
  • eye
  • retreat
  • bed ground
  • section
  • resort area
  • neighborhood
  • no-go area
  • resort
  • anchorage
  • danger
  • repair
  • quadrant
  • heart
  • hunting ground

Antonyms

  • disapprove
  • disallow
  • decertify
  • opacity

Etymology

  • area (Latin)

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  • hysteria
  • echeverria
  • bulgaria
  • malaria
  • honoraria
  • bavaria
  • bay-area
  • peria
  • feria
  • beria
  • erria

2. area

noun. ['ˈɛriːə'] a subject of study.

Synonyms

  • subject
  • territory
  • matter
  • grey area
  • issue
  • topic

Antonyms

  • obscurity
  • incomprehensible
  • indefinite
  • forbid

Etymology

  • area (Latin)

3. area

noun. ['ˈɛriːə'] a part of an animal that has a special function or is supplied by a given artery or nerve.

Synonyms

  • pubic region
  • sole
  • waistline
  • side
  • body part
  • midsection
  • middle
  • waist
  • lunule
  • ring of color
  • cortical region
  • groin
  • perineum
  • quick
  • yellow spot
  • region
  • macula
  • parafovea
  • area of cardiac dullness
  • pressure point
  • fovea centralis
  • palm
  • pubes
  • areola
  • macular area
  • hypochondrium
  • lunula
  • cleavage
  • midriff
  • macula lutea
  • fovea
  • inguen
  • epigastrium
  • thenar
  • erogenous zone
  • loins
  • half-moon

Antonyms

  • lose
  • indistinct
  • unclearness
  • unclear

Etymology

  • area (Latin)

4. go

verb. ['ˈgoʊ'] change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically.

Synonyms

  • glide
  • pass by
  • angle
  • drive
  • ghost
  • come up
  • wend
  • pace
  • slice into
  • plough
  • get about
  • walk
  • roll
  • weave
  • vagabond
  • trail
  • march on
  • come down
  • pan
  • seek
  • breeze
  • change
  • return
  • move
  • travel by
  • go past
  • zoom
  • swap
  • progress
  • roam
  • play
  • proceed
  • stray
  • billow
  • lead
  • steam
  • thread
  • arise
  • tram
  • career
  • hiss
  • swim
  • motor
  • precess
  • beetle
  • go by
  • take the air
  • travel along
  • travel
  • float
  • wheel
  • whoosh
  • outflank
  • accompany
  • creep
  • move on
  • go through
  • pass on
  • rush along
  • hotfoot
  • hasten
  • sit
  • tramp
  • bucket along
  • pull away
  • spread
  • step
  • pass
  • run
  • go on
  • ski
  • transfer
  • island hop
  • pelt along
  • lurch
  • locomote
  • caravan
  • range
  • drift
  • zip
  • swan
  • draw back
  • lift
  • shack
  • belt along
  • retrograde
  • jump
  • rush
  • travel purposefully
  • betake oneself
  • get around
  • circle
  • circulate
  • retreat
  • whine
  • meander
  • step on it
  • err
  • turn
  • fly
  • slither
  • advance
  • tread
  • pursue
  • forge
  • whistle
  • automobile
  • slice through
  • flock
  • carry
  • move around
  • crank
  • drag
  • push
  • speed
  • bang
  • surpass
  • move back
  • slide
  • cannonball along
  • travel rapidly
  • back
  • come
  • propagate
  • crawl
  • swing
  • uprise
  • cruise
  • ramble
  • scramble
  • fall
  • precede
  • rove
  • descend
  • bounce
  • retire
  • be adrift
  • plow
  • wander
  • overfly
  • cast
  • withdraw
  • displace
  • go across
  • journey
  • snowshoe
  • spurt
  • draw
  • zigzag
  • jounce
  • hurry
  • round
  • wing
  • blow
  • trundle
  • spirt
  • hurtle
  • circuit
  • pass over
  • follow
  • ride
  • derail
  • go forward
  • ease
  • whish
  • ferry
  • wind
  • shuttle
  • steamer
  • go up
  • raft
  • recede
  • move up
  • do
  • sift
  • swash
  • race
  • resort
  • pull back
  • taxi
  • go down
  • continue
  • go around
  • hie
  • ascend
  • lance
  • rise
  • repair
  • whisk

Antonyms

  • linger
  • recede
  • ride
  • follow
  • fall
  • ascend
  • go
  • stay in place
  • rise
  • precede
  • advance

Etymology

  • gon (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • gan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. no

adjective. ['ˈnoʊ'] quantifier; used with either mass nouns or plural count nouns for indicating a complete or almost complete lack or zero quantity of.

Synonyms

  • none
  • nary

Antonyms

  • some
  • latter
  • cardinal

Etymology

  • no (Middle English (1100-1500))

6. go

verb. ['ˈgoʊ'] follow a procedure or take a course.

Synonyms

  • act
  • proceed
  • work
  • venture
  • embark
  • move
  • steamroll

Antonyms

  • rejuvenate
  • personalize
  • orientalize
  • centralize

Etymology

  • gon (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • gan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

7. no

adverb. ['ˈnoʊ'] referring to the degree to which a certain quality is present.

Antonyms

  • minority

Etymology

  • no (Middle English (1100-1500))

8. go

verb. ['ˈgoʊ'] move away from a place into another direction.

Synonyms

  • get out
  • shove along
  • leave
  • go out
  • exit
  • go away
  • shove off
  • blow

Antonyms

  • come
  • awaken
  • deoxidize
  • nationalize

Etymology

  • gon (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • gan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

9. go

verb. ['ˈgoʊ'] enter or assume a certain state or condition.

Synonyms

  • become
  • run
  • change state
  • sober
  • work
  • turn
  • settle
  • get
  • take effect
  • break
  • take

Antonyms

  • deconcentrate
  • destabilize
  • enable
  • loosen

Etymology

  • gon (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • gan (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

10. no

noun. ['ˈnoʊ'] a negative.

Antonyms

  • yes

Etymology

  • no (Middle English (1100-1500))
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