siped


siped
v. penetrate through -, sprinkle, drip

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Siping — is a process of cutting thin slits across a rubber surface to improve traction in wet or icy conditions.There is a story told on various websites that siping was invented and patented by John Sipe Fact|date=April 2008 in the 1920s Sipe worked in… …   Wikipedia

  • sipe — siper, n. /suyp/, v.i., siped, siping. Scot. and North Eng. (of liquid) to drip, ooze, or soak through. [bef. 900; perh. continuing OE sipian; c. D zijpen, MLG sipen. See SEEP1] * * * …   Universalium

  • gossip — gos•sip [[t]ˈgɒs əp[/t]] n. v. siped sipped, sip•ing sip•ping 1) idle talk or rumor, esp. about the private affairs of others 2) light, familiar talk or writing 3) Also, gos′sip•er, gos′sip•per. a person given to tattling or idle talk 4) archaic… …   From formal English to slang

  • рисунок с тонкими прорезями — [ГОСТ 22374 77] Тематики шины пневматические Обобщающие термины элементы покрышки пневматической шины EN siped tyre DE feinprofilierter Reifen FR pneu lamellisé …   Справочник технического переводчика

  • tarsipes — ˈtärsəˌpēz noun Usage: capitalized Etymology: New Latin Tarsiped , Tarsipes, from tarsus + Latin ped , pes foot more at foot : a genus of marsupial mammals (family Phalangeridae) consisting of the honey possum * * * Tarsipes /tärˈsi pēz/ noun The …   Useful english dictionary

  • tarsiped — tarˈsiped noun A marsupial of the genus Tarsipes • • • Main Entry: ↑Tarsipes * * * tarsiped, n. (a.) Zool. (ˈtɑːsɪpɛd) [ad. Zool. L. generic name Tarsipēs, ped em, f. L. tarsus + pēs, ped foot.] A small marsupial mammal, Tarsipes rostratus, the …   Useful english dictionary

  • gos´sip|ing|ly — gos|sip «GOS ihp», noun, verb, siped, sip|ing. –n. 1. idle talk, not always true, about other people and their affairs: »He heard nothing but neighborhood gossip from her without a single fact. SYNONYM(S): tattle. 2. light, familiar talk or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • gos´sip|er — gos|sip «GOS ihp», noun, verb, siped, sip|ing. –n. 1. idle talk, not always true, about other people and their affairs: »He heard nothing but neighborhood gossip from her without a single fact. SYNONYM(S): tattle. 2. light, familiar talk or… …   Useful english dictionary

  • gos|sip — «GOS ihp», noun, verb, siped, sip|ing. –n. 1. idle talk, not always true, about other people and their affairs: »He heard nothing but neighborhood gossip from her without a single fact. SYNONYM(S): tattle. 2. light, familiar talk or writing:… …   Useful english dictionary


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