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Looms | Define Looms at Dictionary. com verb (used without object) to appear indistinctly; come into view in indistinct and enlarged form: The mountainous island loomed on the horizon to rise before the vision with an appearance of great or portentous size: Suddenly a police officer loomed in front of him to assume form as an impending event: A battle looms at the convention
Referred - definition of referred by The Free Dictionary Usage Note: Some people consider the phrase refer back to be redundant, since refer contains the prefix re-, which was brought into English from Latin and originally meant "back " But such an argument is based on what linguists call the "etymological fallacy"—the assumption that the meaning of a word should always reflect the meanings of the words, roots, and affixes from which it was derived
Definition of BACK - Dictionary by Merriam-Webster . . . 1 a (1): the rear part of the human body especially from the neck to the end of the spine (2): the body considered as the wearer of clothes They were left with nothing but the clothes on their backs (3): capacity for labor, effort, or endurance Put your back into it!
dict. cc | Wörterbuch Englisch-Deutsch Source of the translation database The English German vocabulary used by this dictionary stems from three main sources: The German-English dictionary at TU-Chemnitz with the friendly permission of Frank Richter ; The translation vocabulary of Mr Honey's Business English Dictionary compiled by Winfried Honig ; The input of the dictionary users - the visitors of dict cc