to give someone weapons
to provide weapons for yourself, an army, a country etc. in order to prepare for a fight or a war
to provide weapons for yourself, an army, a country, etc. in order to prepare for a fight or a war
Should we arm the police?
carrying weapons, especially a gun
carrying weapons, especially a gun or guns
an armed guard
abbreviation for ADJUSTABLE RATE MORTGAGE
the amount of something that you can hold in one or both arms
used when adding something to what you are saying
used to join two words, parts of sentences, etc.
used to join two words, phrases etc referring to things that are related in some way
used for joining words, phrases, and clauses
I have one brother and two sisters.
Do you want a pen and some paper?
He's gone to get some fish and chips.
As linking word
used to join two words or parts of sentences
a knife and fork
words forming part of the name of a company owned by more than one person
Merrill Lynch & Co
a tool with a heavy metal part on a long handle, used for hitting nails into wood
hammered silver, gold, etc. has a pattern of small hollow areas on its surface
met ’n hamer slaan
tool for hitting nails into wood
to hit something with a hammer
a carpet or carpets in general, or heavy woven material used for making carpets
a carpet or carpets
a material for covering the floor, that is often made of wool
a thick bedroom carpet
fitted, covering the whole floor from wall to wall
to cover a floor with carpet
The building has been carpeted throughout.
The hall was carpeted in a depressing shade of green.
having just been made, cut, grated, etc.
fresh-squeezed orange juice
recently ground, picked etc
made, picked etc very recently
freshly ground black pepper
freshly ground pepper
new and different from the previous ones
new, different from before
The police have received fresh information relating to the murder.
the quality of being new and interesting