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before you could say jack robinsonClick to Search before you could say jack robinson
 
göz açıp kapayıncaya kadar, kaşla göz arasında
car jackClick to Search car jack
 
kriko
cheap jackClick to Search cheap jack
 
salı pazarı, ucuz mal satan seyyar satıcı, kalitesiz, adi
every man jackClick to Search every man jack
 
herkes
jackClick to Search jack
 (cäk)
kriko, kaldırıcı; adam; köylü; gemici; bocurgat; isk. oğlan, bacak, vale; (bazı oyunlarda) top; argo para; elek. priz; den. cıvadra sancağı; erkek eşek; erkek tavşan; çoğ. beş taş oyunu
jackClick to Search jack
 (cäk)
kriko ile kaldırmak, kaldırmak, yükseltmek
jack a dandyClick to Search jack a dandy
 
şık adam, züppe, titrek ışık
Jack FrostClick to Search Jack Frost
 
ayaz, ayaz paşa
jack hammerClick to Search jack hammer
 
delici çekiç, kaya delgisi
jack inClick to Search jack in
 
bırakmak, terketmek, vazgeçmek
jack in officeClick to Search jack in office
 
titiz memur, kılı kırk yaran memur
Jack in the boxClick to Search Jack in the box
 
kutudan fırlayan bebek, kutudan çıkan yaylı kukla
Jack KetchClick to Search Jack Ketch
 
cellat
jack o` lanternClick to Search jack o` lantern
 
bataklık yalazı, bataklık ışığı, kabaktan yapılmış fener
jack of all tradesClick to Search jack of all trades
 
becerikli kimse, elinden her iş gelen tip, on parmağında on marifet olan kimse
jack offClick to Search jack off
 
mastürbasyon yapmak, otuzbir çekmek
jack planeClick to Search jack plane
 
kaba planya, marangoz rendesi
jack tarClick to Search jack tar
 
denizci er, gemici
jack towelClick to Search jack towel
 
makaralı havlu
jack upClick to Search jack up
 
kriko ile kaldırmak, kaldırmak, yükseltmek
jackalClick to Search jackal
 (cäk´ıl)
çakal
jackanapesClick to Search jackanapes
 
kendini beğenmiş, züppe, şımarık genç, maymun (evcil)
jackarooClick to Search jackaroo
 
yeni arkadaş, acemi
jackassClick to Search jackass
 (cäk´äs)
erkek eşek, eşek herif, budala, ahmak
jackbootClick to Search jackboot
 (cäk´but)
kaba kuvvet, kaba kuvvet kullanan kimse, balıkçı çizmesi
jackdawClick to Search jackdaw
 (cäk´dô)
küçük karga
jacketClick to Search jacket
 (cäk´ît)
ceket; şömiz; mak. silindir ceketi
jackknifeClick to Search jackknife
 
ayaklarını tutarak dalmak, ikiye katlanmak, katlanarak kaza yapmak (mot.)
jackknifeClick to Search jackknife
 
sustalı çakı, ayaklarını tutarak suya dalma
jack-of-all-tradesClick to Search jack-of-all-trades
 (cäk´ıvôl´treydz)
elinden her iş gelen kimse, on parmağında on marifet olan kimse
jackpotClick to Search jackpot
 (cäk´pat)
pot, ortada biriken para
jackstrawClick to Search jackstraw
 
bostan korkuluğu, mikado oyunu
jackstrawsClick to Search jackstraws
 
mikado çöpleri, mikado oyunu
lifting jackClick to Search lifting jack
 
vinç, kriko
like a jack in the boxClick to Search like a jack in the box
 
kıpır kıpır, hareketli, yerinde duramaz
monterrey jackClick to Search monterrey jack
 
monterrey jack peyniri
roasting jackClick to Search roasting jack
 
şiş (fırın)
screw jackClick to Search screw jack
 
vidalı kriko, mekanik kriko
Union JackClick to Search Union Jack
 
İngiliz bayrağı
yellow jackClick to Search yellow jack
 
karantina bayrağı, sarıhumma, karantina flaması

Turkish English

Linguatic Turkish English Dictionary

jackpotClick to Search jackpot
 
jackpot
jackpot yakalamakClick to Search jackpot yakalamak
 
hit the jackpot
monterrey jack peyniriClick to Search monterrey jack peyniri
 
Monterrey Jack

English English

Linguatic English English Dictionary

ball the jackClick to Search ball the jack
 
move very fast, breeze along; make one move that is very risky
before he could say Jack RobinsonClick to Search before he could say Jack Robinson
 
very quickly, before he could react
before one could say Jack RobinsonClick to Search before one could say Jack Robinson
 
with great speed
cheap jackClick to Search cheap jack
 
seller of cheap goods, peddler of inferior articles; handseller
Colby Jack CheeseClick to Search Colby Jack Cheese
 
golden/orange and white marbled semi-hard cheese which is a combination of Colby and Jack cheese having a mild to mellow flavor
Dry Jack CheeseClick to Search Dry Jack Cheese
 
Dry Jack, Monterey Jack Cheese aged for seven to 10 months, aged Jack Cheese
every jack to his tradeClick to Search every jack to his trade
 
each person has his place in the world; every person should concentrate on his own talents and abilities
JackClick to Search Jack
 
male first name (form of Jacob or John); fellow, man (Informal)
jackClick to Search jack
 
mechanical device for raising great weights; playing card with the figure of a knave; electrical socket; ship`s flag; male donkey; six-pointed object used in the game of jacks
jackClick to Search jack
 
raise a heavy object with the help of a mechanical device; raise, boost; raise prices; hunt with a jacklight; (in Canada and the USA) take something unlawfully, steal
Jack and JillClick to Search Jack and Jill
 
two characters from a nursery rhyme
Jack CheeseClick to Search Jack Cheese
 
semihard American cheese produced from cow`s having a very mild flavor
Jack DanielsClick to Search Jack Daniels
 
brand of whiskey produced in the United States (sold in several varieties, produced by the Jack Daniel Distillery Co.)
Jack FrostClick to Search Jack Frost
 
cold weather personified, bitter cold
Jack in the boxClick to Search Jack in the box
 
toy which contains a clown which pops out of a box when music is played
Jack KerouacClick to Search Jack Kerouac
 
(1922-1969) American novelist and member of the Beat Generation, author of "On the Road"
Jack KetchClick to Search Jack Ketch
 
(British Slang) hangman, public executioner
jack knifeClick to Search jack knife
 
knife which folds into the handle
Jack LemmonClick to Search Jack Lemmon
 
(1925-2001) American film actor, winner of the 1955 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in "Mister Roberts"
Jack LondonClick to Search Jack London
 
(1876-1916) United States writer
Jack NicklausClick to Search Jack Nicklaus
 
(born 1940) famous American golf player
jack o` lanternClick to Search jack o` lantern
 
pumpkin whose top and stalk are cut out and the inner part removed and then the outer shell is carved in a decorative manner (usually it is illuminated from within by a candle and used for Halloween)
jack offClick to Search jack off
 
(Vulgar Slang) masturbate
jack plugClick to Search jack plug
 
plug composed of a one shaft used to make a connection that transmits a signal
jack tarClick to Search jack tar
 
(Archaic) sailor
Jack TeagardenClick to Search Jack Teagarden
 
Weldon John Teagarden (1905-1964), U.S. jazz trombonist and singer
Jack the RipperClick to Search Jack the Ripper
 
serial murderer that terrorized London in the 1800`s
jack upClick to Search jack up
 
lift or raise by using a jack; raise prices (as in: "I sold them the car for $1,500 and they jacked up the price to $2,500 when they sold it")
Jack WarnerClick to Search Jack Warner
 
(1892-1978) Canadian born U.S. pioneer of the motion picture industry, co-founder of the Warner Brothers company (established jointly with his brothers); (1896-1981) popular British movie and television actor
jackalClick to Search jackal
 
nocturnal wild dog common to Asia and Africa; rascal, thief; menial worker
jackanapesClick to Search jackanapes
 
impudent person, upstart, whippersnapper; annoyingly playful kid, mischievous child; (Archaic) monkey
jackarooClick to Search jackaroo
 
(Australian) man who lives on a sheep or cattle farm as an apprentice
jackass of all tradesClick to Search jackass of all trades
 
one who is bad at everything in an unusual way
jackbootClick to Search jackboot
 
large boot whose top reaches above the knee
jackdawClick to Search jackdaw
 
black European bird belonging to the crow family
jackeenClick to Search jackeen
 
(Irish usage) city dweller (especially a resident of Dublin); Dubliner who is considered as educated and well-read (Irish Slang); drunken and immoral person (Irish Slang)
jackerClick to Search jacker
 
one who jacks, one who raises or lifts
jackerooClick to Search jackeroo
 
inexperienced person who works as an apprentice on a sheep ranch
jacketClick to Search jacket
 
short coat, blazer; outer covering, casing; potato skin; cover of a book; strong folder for holding documents or papers; cover to insulate a boiler; casing for a floppy disk (Computers); outer casing of bullet; distinctive colored animal coat
jacketClick to Search jacket
 
put on a jacket; cover with a jacket; provide with a cover; cover a pipe to insulate
jacket pictureClick to Search jacket picture
 
images that a DVD player throws on the screen when a person stops the video playback
jacket potatoClick to Search jacket potato
 
(British) baked potato, potato cooked by dry heat
jacketedClick to Search jacketed
 
dressed in a jacket; covered, enveloped
jacketlessClick to Search jacketless
 
without a jacket, without a blazer
jackfruitClick to Search jackfruit
 
large tropical Asian tree that looks like a breadfruit; huge edible fruit of the jackfruit tree
jackhammerClick to Search jackhammer
 
large drill used to break through concrete and rock
Jackie ChanClick to Search Jackie Chan
 
(born 1954 as Kong-sang Chan) Chinese-American film actor who acted in "The Young Master"
Jack-in-officeClick to Search Jack-in-office
 
boastful junior clerk
jackknifeClick to Search jackknife
 
bend like a pocketknife, double up, bend sharply in half; do a jackknife dive
jackknifeClick to Search jackknife
 
large pocketknife whose blade folds into the handle; dive in which the diver doubles up in mid-air and then straightens out before entering the water
jacklegClick to Search jackleg
 
unskilled, untrained, amateur; unscrupulous, dishonest; temporary
jacklightClick to Search jacklight
 
fish or hunt using a jacklight
jacklightClick to Search jacklight
 
light used as means of a lure when hunting or fishing at night
Jack-of-all-tradesClick to Search Jack-of-all-trades
 
someone who is good at many kinds of work or business
jack-planeClick to Search jack-plane
 
type of tool, splitter
jackplugClick to Search jackplug
 
plug composed of a one shaft used to make a connection that transmits a signal
jackrabbitClick to Search jackrabbit
 
large hare with long ears and long hind legs (common to western North America)
jack-rabbitClick to Search jack-rabbit
 
type of large rabbit
jacksClick to Search jacks
 
game in which jacks are picked up in a specific sequence between bouncing or throwing and catching a rubber ball; (Irish Slang) toilet
jackscrewClick to Search jackscrew
 
machine that raises heavy objects
jackshaftClick to Search jackshaft
 
short round motor shaft (as in an automobile)
jacksieClick to Search jacksie
 
(British Slang) buttocks, anus (offensive term)
Jackson MountainsClick to Search Jackson Mountains
 
mountain range in Nevada (USA)
Jackson PollockClick to Search Jackson Pollock
 
(1912-1956) U.S. abstract-expressionist painter
JacksonianClick to Search Jacksonian
 
of or pertaining to Andrew Jackson (U.S. president)
JacksonianClick to Search Jacksonian
 
supporter of Andrew Jackson (U.S. President)
JacksonvilleClick to Search Jacksonville
 
name of a number of cities in the United States
jackstaffClick to Search jackstaff
 
small flagpole on which a flag is flown
jackstoneClick to Search jackstone
 
small pebble used in the game of jacks
jackstonesClick to Search jackstones
 
game of jacks
jackstrawClick to Search jackstraw
 
piece of straw or strip of wood used in the game of jackstraws; scarecrow (Archaic); worthless person (Archaic)
jackstrawsClick to Search jackstraws
 
child`s game played with straws or strips of wood
jacksyClick to Search jacksy
 
(British Slang) buttocks, anus (offensive term)
jackyClick to Search jacky
 
male first name (form of Jack); female first name (short form of Jacqueline)
jackyClick to Search jacky
 
(British Slang) disparaging nickname for a sailor or a seaman (used by those who live or work on land)
jumping JackClick to Search jumping Jack
 
toy consisting of a jointed figure that is made to move and jump by pulling a string
Monterey JackClick to Search Monterey Jack
 
Monterey Jack Cheese, semi-soft white melting mild cheese that has a slightly zesty taste
Monterey Jack CheeseClick to Search Monterey Jack Cheese
 
Monterey Jack, semi-soft white melting mild cheese that has a slightly zesty taste
play the jackClick to Search play the jack
 
do a nasty deed, do something despicable
screw jackClick to Search screw jack
 
jackscrew, machine that raises heavy objects
Union JackClick to Search Union Jack
 
United Kingdom`s national flag
yellow jackClick to Search yellow jack
 
yellow fever, untreatable tropical disease that is transmitted by mosquito stings; yellow flag; quarantine flag; silver and yellow food fish of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico

German Turkish

Linguatic German Turkish Dictionary

JackeClick to Search Jacke
 
n. e. `yakı
ceket, hırka
JackettClick to Search Jackett
 
e. s. ja`ket
ceket

English German

Linguatic English German Dictionary

ball the jackClick to Search ball the jack
 
Sich sehr schnell bewegen; einen risikovolle Entscheidung treffen
before he could say Jack RobinsonClick to Search before he could say Jack Robinson
 
bevor er Jack Robinson sagen konnte
before one could say Jack RobinsonClick to Search before one could say Jack Robinson
 
blitzschnell, bevor man ein Wort sagen konnte
every jack to his tradeClick to Search every jack to his trade
 
Jede Person hat ihren Platz auf der Welt; jeder sollte sich auf die eigenen Talente und Fähigkeiten konzentrieren
Jack and JillClick to Search Jack and Jill
 
Hans und Gretel (einfacher Mann und einfache Frau)
Jack DanielsClick to Search Jack Daniels
 
Jack Daniels, Whiskeymarke in den USA produziert und in verschiedene Variationen verkauft
Jack FrostClick to Search Jack Frost
 
Väterchen Frost, harter Frost
Jack in the boxClick to Search Jack in the box
 
Steh-auf Männchen
Jack KerouacClick to Search Jack Kerouac
 
Jack Kerouac, (1922-69) amerikanischer Romanautor und Mitglied der Beat Generation, Autor des Buches "Unterwegs"
Jack LemmonClick to Search Jack Lemmon
 
Jack Lemmon, (1925-2001) amerikanischer Filmschauspieler, Oskargewinner für die beste Nebenrolle in 1955 im Film "Keine Zeit für Heldentum"
Jack LondonClick to Search Jack London
 
n. Jack London (US-Autor)
Jack NicklausClick to Search Jack Nicklaus
 
n. Jack Nicklaus (1940 geboren), bekannter amerikanischer Golfspieler
jack offClick to Search jack off
 
v. (vulgärer Slang) sich einen herunterholen, masturbieren
Jack TeagardenClick to Search Jack Teagarden
 
n. Jack Teagarden, Weldon John Teagarden (1905-1964), amerikanischer Jazz-Posaunist und Sänger
Jack the RipperClick to Search Jack the Ripper
 
n. Jack the Ripper, Serienmörder von London im 18. Jahrhundert
jack upClick to Search jack up
 
v. mit einer Hebevorrichtung heben; Preise steigern
Jack WarnerClick to Search Jack Warner
 
n. Jack Warner (1892-1978), amerikanischer Pionier der Filmbranche, Mitbegründer der Warner Brothers-Gesellschaft (zusammen mit seinen Brüdern); (1896-1981) berühmter britischer Film- und Fernsehschauspieler
jackalClick to Search jackal
 
n. Schakal; Lump, Betrüger
jackanapesClick to Search jackanapes
 
n. Angeber, Laffe, Frechdachs; Lausebengel
jackassClick to Search jackass
 
n. Esel; Depp, Dummkopf
jackbootClick to Search jackboot
 
n. Stulpenstiefel
jackdawClick to Search jackdaw
 
n. Dohle (Rabe)
jackeenClick to Search jackeen
 
n. (irisches Englisch) Stadtbewohner (insbesondere Einwohner Dublins); als wohlerzogen -und belehrt geltender Dubliner (irischer Slang); betrunkene und unsittliche Person (irischer Slang)
jackerClick to Search jacker
 
n. Heber, Aufschwinger
jacketClick to Search jacket
 
n. Jackett, kurze Jacke; Blazer; äußerer Mantel; Kartoffel Schale; Schutzumschlag; Dokumententasche; Isolationsschicht eines Boilers; (Computer) Schutzumschlag einer Floppy Diskette; äußere Hülle einer Gewehrkugel; Tierhaut besonderer Farbe
v. eine Jacke anziehen; mit einer Jacke bedecken; mit einer Bedeckung versorgen; ein Rohr isolieren
jacketedClick to Search jacketed
 
adj. Jacket anziehend; eingehüllt, verdeckt
jacket
v. eine Jacke anziehen; mit einer Jacke bedecken; mit einer Bedeckung versorgen; ein Rohr isolieren
jacketlessClick to Search jacketless
 
adj. mantellos; hüllenlos
jackfruitClick to Search jackfruit
 
n. Jackfriut, großer tropischer asiatischer Baum; große verzehrbare Frucht des Jackfruit Baumes
jackhammerClick to Search jackhammer
 
n. Presslufthammer
Jackie ChanClick to Search Jackie Chan
 
Jackie Chan, (1954 als Kong-Sang Chan geboren) chinesisch-amerikanischer Filmschauspieler berühmt für seine Rolle im Film "Rush Hour"
Jack-in-officeClick to Search Jack-in-office
 
Mädchen-für-Alles im Büro
jackknifeClick to Search jackknife
 
v. wie ein Klappmesser zusammenklappen
n. Klappmesser; Hechtsprung (vom Sprungbrett)
jacklegClick to Search jackleg
 
adj. ungeübt; unehrlich; zeitlich bedingt
Jack-of-all-tradesClick to Search Jack-of-all-trades
 
Hansdampf in allen Gassen, Alleskönner
jack-planeClick to Search jack-plane
 
Monster, riesiges Wesen
jackrabbitClick to Search jackrabbit
 
n. großer Hase
jack-rabbitClick to Search jack-rabbit
 
großes Kaninchen
jacksClick to Search jacks
 
n. Jacks, Mannschafts Ballspiel bei dem ein Gummiball in einer bestimmten Reihenfolge geworfen wird
jack
n. Bube (Karte); Matrose; Männchen; Hebebock, Winde; Steckdose, Buchse; Gösch
v. anheben, hochheben, erhöhen
jackscrewClick to Search jackscrew
 
n. Schraubenwinde
jackshaftClick to Search jackshaft
 
n. kurze runde Motorwelle (z.b. in einem Auto)
jacksieClick to Search jacksie
 
n. (britischer Slang) Hintern, Arsch
Jackson PollockClick to Search Jackson Pollock
 
n. Jackson Pollock (Name), zeitgenössischer amerikanischer Maler
JacksonianClick to Search Jacksonian
 
adj. von oder sich auf Andrew Jackson (Präsident der USA, 1829-1837) beziehend
n. Jacksonier, Anhänger Jacksons (Andrew , Präsident der USA, 1829-1837)
JacksonvilleClick to Search Jacksonville
 
n. Jacksonville, Name mehrerer Städte in den USA
jackstaffClick to Search jackstaff
 
n. Göschstock, kleiner Fahnenmast auf dem eine Flagge gehisst wird
jackstoneClick to Search jackstone
 
n. Spielwürfel
jackstrawClick to Search jackstraw
 
n. Vogelscheuche; wertlose Person
jackstrawsClick to Search jackstraws
 
n. Mikado (Spiel)
jackstraw
n. Vogelscheuche; wertlose Person
jacksyClick to Search jacksy
 
n. (britischer Slang) Hintern, Arsch
jackyClick to Search jacky
 
n. Jacky, männlicher Vorname (Form von Jack); weiblicher Vorname (Kurzform von Jacqueline)
jacky
n. Jacky, herabsetzender Spitzname für Seeleute (von Menschen benutzt die an Land arbeiten)
jumping JackClick to Search jumping Jack
 
Steh-auf-Männchen
play the jackClick to Search play the jack
 
etwas Schlechtes tun
screw jackClick to Search screw jack
 
n. Schraubenwinde, Maschine die schwere Objekte hebt
Union JackClick to Search Union Jack
 
Union Jack, britische Nationalflagge

German English

Linguatic German English Dictionary

bevor er Jack Robinson sagen konnteClick to Search bevor er Jack Robinson sagen konnte
 
before he could say Jack Robinson, very quickly, before he could react, very fast, extremely rapidly
JackClick to Search Jack
 
n. Jack, male first name (form of Jacob or John)
Jack LondonClick to Search Jack London
 
n. Jack London, (1876-1916)
Jack the RipperClick to Search Jack the Ripper
 
n. Jack the Ripper, serial murderer that terrorized London in the 1800`s
JackeClick to Search Jacke
 
Jacke (die)
n. jacket, cardigan, coat
Jacke wie HoseClick to Search Jacke wie Hose
 
doesn`t matter, is not important, is not a big deal
JackentascheClick to Search Jackentasche
 
Jackentasche (die)
n. coat pocket, small pouch sewn into the lining of a coat
JacketClick to Search Jacket
 
Jacket (das)
n. jacket, blazer, smoking jacket, evening suit, suit worn on special occasions
JackettClick to Search Jackett
 
Jackett (das)
n. jacket, short coat, blazer
JackieClick to Search Jackie
 
n. Jackie, female first name (form of Jacqueline); male first name (form of Jack)
JackpotClick to Search Jackpot
 
Jackpot (der)
n. jackpot, pooled poker stakes; lottery prize, prize from a gambling machine; large amount of money made up of unwon prizes
JacksonvilleClick to Search Jacksonville
 
n. Jacksonville, name of a number of cities in the United States
Union JackClick to Search Union Jack
 
Union Jack, British flag

English English

WordNet 3.0 Dictionary

Black Jack PershingClick to Search Black Jack Pershing
 
noun
United States general who commanded the American forces in Europe during World War I (1860-1948)
Syn: Pershing, John Joseph Pershing
Instance Hypernyms: general, full general
blue jackClick to Search blue jack
 
noun
small salmon of northern Pacific coasts and the Great Lakes
Syn: coho, cohoe, coho salmon, silver salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch
Hypernyms: salmon
Member Holonyms: Oncorhynchus, genus Oncorhynchus
Part Meronyms: silver salmon, coho salmon, coho, cohoe
bumper jackClick to Search bumper jack
 
noun
a jack for lifting a motor vehicle by the bumper
Hypernyms: jack
crevalle jackClick to Search crevalle jack
 
noun
fish of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
Syn: jack crevalle, Caranx hippos
Hypernyms: jack
jackClick to Search jack
 
I
noun
1. a small worthless amount
- example : you don't know jack
Syn:
doodly-squat, diddly-squat, diddlysquat, diddly-shit, diddlyshit, diddly, diddley, squat, shit
Hypernyms: small indefinite quantity, small indefinite amount
2. someone who works with their hands; someone engaged in manual labor
Syn: laborer, manual laborer, labourer
Derivationally related forms: labour (for: labourer), labor (for: laborer)
Hypernyms: workman, workingman, working man, working person
Hyponyms:
agricultural laborer, agricultural labourer, bracero, cleaner, day laborer, day labourer, digger, dishwasher, drudge, peon, navvy, galley slave, gandy dancer, gravedigger, hewer, hired hand, hand, hired man, hod carrier, hodman, itinerant, gypsy, gipsy, lumberman, lumberjack, logger, feller, faller, miner, mineworker, muleteer, mule skinner, mule driver, skinner, platelayer, tracklayer, porter, rail-splitter, splitter, sawyer, section hand, sprayer, stacker, steeplejack, stevedore, loader, longshoreman, docker, dockhand, dock worker, dockworker, dock-walloper, lumper, stoker, fireman, woodcutter, wrecker, yardman
3. immense East Indian fruit resembling breadfruit; it contains an edible pulp and nutritious seeds that are commonly roasted
Syn: jackfruit, jak
Hypernyms: edible fruit
Part Holonyms: jackfruit, jackfruit tree, Artocarpus heterophyllus
4. a small ball at which players aim in lawn bowling
Hypernyms: ball
Part Holonyms: lawn bowling, bowls
5. an electrical device consisting of a connector socket designed for the insertion of a plug
Hypernyms: electrical device
Hyponyms: telephone jack, phone jack
6. game equipment consisting of one of several small six-pointed metal pieces that are picked up while bouncing a ball in the game of jacks
Syn: jackstones
Hypernyms: game equipment
7. small flag indicating a ship's nationality
Hypernyms: flag
8. one of four face cards in a deck bearing a picture of a young prince
Syn: knave
Hypernyms: face card, picture card, court card
9. tool for exerting pressure or lifting
Hypernyms: tool
Hyponyms: bumper jack, jackscrew, screw jack
10. any of several fast-swimming predacious fishes of tropical to warm temperate seas
Hypernyms: carangid fish, carangid
Hyponyms:
crevalle jack, jack crevalle, Caranx hippos, yellow jack, Caranx bartholomaei, runner, blue runner, Caranx crysos, rainbow runner, Elagatis bipinnulata, leatherjacket, leatherjack, threadfish, thread-fish, Alectis ciliaris, amberjack, amberfish, yellowtail, Seriola dorsalis, rudderfish, banded rudderfish, Seriola zonata, kingfish, Seriola grandis
Member Holonyms: Carangidae, family Carangidae
11. male donkey
Syn: jackass
Hypernyms: ass
II
verb
1. lift with a special device
- example : jack up the car so you can change the tire
Syn: jack up
Hypernyms: raise, lift, elevate, get up, bring up
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s something
2. hunt with a jacklight
Syn: jacklight
Hypernyms: hunt, run, hunt down, track down
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s
- example : Somebody ----s something
JackClick to Search Jack
 
noun
a man who serves as a sailor
Syn:
mariner, seaman, tar, Jack-tar, old salt, seafarer, gob, sea dog
Derivationally related forms: seamanly (for: seaman), seamanship (for: seaman)
Hypernyms: sailor, crewman
Hyponyms:
able seaman, able-bodied seaman, boatswain, bos'n, bo's'n, bosun, bo'sun, deckhand, roustabout, helmsman, steersman, steerer, lighterman, bargeman, bargee, officer, ship's officer, pilot, sea lawyer, whaler
jack beanClick to Search jack bean
 
noun
annual semi-erect bushy plant of tropical South America bearing long pods with white seeds grown especially for forage
Syn: wonder bean, giant stock bean, Canavalia ensiformis
Hypernyms: vine
Member Holonyms: Canavalia, genus Canavalia
Jack BennyClick to Search Jack Benny
 
noun
United States comedian known for his timeing and delivery and self-effacing humor (1894-1974)
Syn: Benny, Benjamin Kubelsky
Instance Hypernyms: comedian, comic
jack crevalleClick to Search jack crevalle
 
noun
fish of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
Syn: crevalle jack, Caranx hippos
Hypernyms: jack
Jack DempseyClick to Search Jack Dempsey
 
noun
United States prizefighter who was world heavyweight champion (1895-1983)
Syn: Dempsey, William Harrison Dempsey, Manassa Mauler
Instance Hypernyms: prizefighter, gladiator
Jack FrostClick to Search Jack Frost
 
noun
a personification of frost or winter weather
Instance Hypernyms: imaginary being, imaginary creature
Jack KennedyClick to Search Jack Kennedy
 
noun
35th President of the United States; established the Peace Corps; assassinated in Dallas (1917-1963)
Syn: Kennedy, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, JFK, President Kennedy, President John F. Kennedy
Instance Hypernyms: President of the United States, United States President, President, Chief Executive
Jack KerouacClick to Search Jack Kerouac
 
noun
United States writer who was a leading figure of the beat generation (1922-1969)
Syn: Kerouac, Jean-Louis Lebris de Kerouac
Instance Hypernyms: writer, author
jack ladderClick to Search jack ladder
 
noun
(nautical) a hanging ladder of ropes or chains supporting wooden or metal rungs or steps
Syn: Jacob's ladder, pilot ladder
Topics: seafaring, navigation, sailing
Hypernyms: ladder
Jack LemmonClick to Search Jack Lemmon
 
noun
United States film actor (1925-2001)
Syn: Lemmon, John Uhler
Instance Hypernyms: actor, histrion, player, thespian, role player
Jack LondonClick to Search Jack London
 
noun
United States writer of novels based on experiences in the Klondike gold rush (1876-1916)
Syn: London, John Griffith Chaney
Instance Hypernyms: writer, author
jack mackerelClick to Search jack mackerel
 
noun
a California food fish
Syn: horse mackerel, Spanish mackerel, saurel, Trachurus symmetricus
Hypernyms: scad
Jack NicklausClick to Search Jack Nicklaus
 
noun
United States golfer considered by many to be the greatest golfer of all time (born in 1940)
Syn: Nicklaus, Jack William Nicklaus
Instance Hypernyms: golfer, golf player, linksman
jack oakClick to Search jack oak
 
noun
1. a common scrubby deciduous tree of central and southeastern United States having dark bark and broad three-lobed (club-shaped) leaves; tends to form dense thickets
Syn: blackjack oak, blackjack, Quercus marilandica
Hypernyms: scrub oak
2. small to medium deciduous oak of east central North America; leaves have sharply pointed lobes
Syn: northern pin oak, Quercus ellipsoidalis
Hypernyms: oak, oak tree
jack of all tradesClick to Search jack of all trades
 
noun
a man skilled in various odd jobs and other small tasks
Syn: handyman, odd-job man
Hypernyms: repairman, maintenance man, service man
Jack of all tradesClick to Search Jack of all trades
 
noun
a person able to do a variety of different jobs acceptably well (Freq. 1)
Hypernyms: adult, grownup
jack offClick to Search jack off
 
verb
get sexual gratification through self-stimulation
Syn: masturbate, wank, fuck off, she-bop, jerk off
Derivationally related forms: jerk-off (for: jerk off), wank (for: wank), wanker (for: wank), masturbation (for: masturbate), masturbator (for: masturbate)
Hypernyms: stimulate, excite, stir
Hyponyms: scarf
Verb Group: masturbate
Entailment: caress, fondle
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s
- example : Somebody ----s somebody
jack pineClick to Search jack pine
 
noun
slender medium-sized two-needled pine of eastern North America; with yellow-green needles and scaly grey to red-brown fissured bark
Syn: Pinus banksiana
Hypernyms: pine, pine tree, true pine
jack planeClick to Search jack plane
 
noun
a carpenter's plane for rough finishing
Hypernyms: plane, carpenter's plane, woodworking plane
Jack Roosevelt RobinsonClick to Search Jack Roosevelt Robinson
 
noun
United States baseball player; first Black to play in the major leagues (1919-1972)
Syn: Robinson, Jackie Robinson
Instance Hypernyms: ballplayer, baseball player
jack salmonClick to Search jack salmon
 
noun
pike-like freshwater perches
Syn: walleye, walleyed pike, dory, Stizostedion vitreum
Hypernyms: pike-perch, pike perch
Hyponyms: blue pike, blue pickerel, blue pikeperch, blue walleye, Strizostedion vitreum glaucum
Jack the RipperClick to Search Jack the Ripper
 
noun
an unidentified English murderer in the 19th century
Instance Hypernyms: murderer, liquidator, manslayer
jack upClick to Search jack up
 
verb
lift with a special device
- example : jack up the car so you can change the tire
Syn: jack
Derivationally related forms: jack (for: jack)
Hypernyms: raise, lift, elevate, get up, bring up
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s something
Jack William NicklausClick to Search Jack William Nicklaus
 
noun
United States golfer considered by many to be the greatest golfer of all time (born in 1940)
Syn: Nicklaus, Jack Nicklaus
Instance Hypernyms: golfer, golf player, linksman
jackalClick to Search jackal
 
noun
Old World nocturnal canine mammal closely related to the dog; smaller than a wolf; sometimes hunts in a pack but usually singly or as a member of a pair
Syn: Canis aureus
Hypernyms: canine, canid
Member Holonyms: Canis, genus Canis
jack-a-lanternClick to Search jack-a-lantern
 
noun
a large poisonous agaric with orange caps and narrow clustered stalks; the gills are luminescent
Syn: jack-o-lantern fungus, jack-o-lantern, Omphalotus illudens
Hypernyms: agaric
Member Holonyms: Omphalotus, genus Omphalotus
jackanapesClick to Search jackanapes
 
noun
someone who is unimportant but cheeky and presumptuous
Syn: whippersnapper, lightweight
Derivationally related forms: lightweight (for: lightweight)
Hypernyms: cipher, cypher, nobody, nonentity
jackassClick to Search jackass
 
noun
1. a man who is a stupid incompetent fool (Freq. 3)
Syn:
fathead, goof, goofball, bozo, goose, cuckoo, twat, zany
Derivationally related forms: zany (for: zany), goosy (for: goose), goosey (for: goose), goofy (for: goof), goof (for: goof)
Hypernyms: fool, sap, saphead, muggins, tomfool
2. male donkey
Syn: jack
Hypernyms: ass
jackass batClick to Search jackass bat
 
noun
a large bat of the southwestern United States having spots and enormous ears
Syn: spotted bat, Euderma maculata
Hypernyms: vespertilian bat, vespertilionid
Member Holonyms: Euderma, genus Euderma
jackass penguinClick to Search jackass penguin
 
noun
small penguin of South America and southern Africa with a braying call
Syn: Spheniscus demersus
Hypernyms: penguin
Member Holonyms: Spheniscus, genus Spheniscus
jackbootClick to Search jackboot
 
noun
(19th century) a man's high tasseled boot
Syn: Hessian boot, hessian, Wellington, Wellington boot
Hypernyms: boot
jack-by-the-hedgeClick to Search jack-by-the-hedge
 
noun
European herb that smells like garlic
Syn: garlic mustard, hedge garlic, sauce-alone, Alliaria officinalis
Hypernyms: crucifer, cruciferous plant
Member Holonyms: Alliaria, genus Alliaria
jackdawClick to Search jackdaw
 
noun
common black-and-grey Eurasian bird noted for thievery (Freq. 1)
Syn: daw, Corvus monedula
Hypernyms: corvine bird
Member Holonyms: Corvus, genus Corvus
jacketClick to Search jacket
 
I
noun
1. a short coat (Freq. 12)
Hypernyms: coat
Hyponyms:
banyan, banian, bed jacket, blazer, sport jacket, sport coat, sports jacket, sports coat, bolero, bomber jacket, bush jacket, dolman, dolman jacket, donkey jacket, double-breasted jacket, doublet, dressing sack, dressing sacque, Eton jacket, hug-me-tight, jerkin, jumper, lumberjack, lumber jacket, Mao jacket, mess jacket, monkey jacket, shell jacket, Norfolk jacket, parka, windbreaker, windcheater, anorak, pea jacket, peacoat, sack, sacque, single-breasted jacket, swallow-tailed coat, swallowtail, morning coat
2. an outer wrapping or casing (Freq. 3)
- example : phonograph records were sold in cardboard jackets
Hypernyms: wrapping, wrap, wrapper
Hyponyms: record jacket, book jacket, dust cover, dust jacket, dust wrapper
3. (dentistry) dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a broken or decayed tooth (Freq. 1)
- example : tomorrow my dentist will fit me for a crown
Syn: crown, crownwork, jacket crown, cap
Topics: dentistry, dental medicine, odontology
Hypernyms: dental appliance
4. the outer skin of a potato
Hypernyms: peel, skin
Part Holonyms: potato, white potato, Irish potato, murphy, spud, tater
5. the tough metal shell casing for certain kinds of ammunition
Hypernyms: shell, case, casing
II
verb
1. provide with a thermally non-conducting cover (Freq. 1)
- example : The tubing needs to be jacketed
Hypernyms: cover
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s something
2. put a jacket on
- example : The men were jacketed
Hypernyms:
dress, clothe, enclothe, garb, raiment, tog, garment, habilitate, fit out, apparel
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s somebody
jacket crownClick to Search jacket crown
 
noun
(dentistry) dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a broken or decayed tooth
- example : tomorrow my dentist will fit me for a crown
Syn: crown, crownwork, jacket, cap
Topics: dentistry, dental medicine, odontology
Hypernyms: dental appliance
jacket potatoClick to Search jacket potato
 
noun
a baked potato served with the jacket on
Hypernyms: baked potato
jackfruitClick to Search jackfruit
 
noun
1. East Indian tree cultivated for its immense edible fruit and seeds
Syn: jackfruit tree, Artocarpus heterophyllus
Hypernyms: fruit tree
Member Holonyms: Artocarpus, genus Artocarpus
Part Meronyms: jak, jack
2. immense East Indian fruit resembling breadfruit; it contains an edible pulp and nutritious seeds that are commonly roasted
Syn: jak, jack
Hypernyms: edible fruit
Part Holonyms: jackfruit tree, Artocarpus heterophyllus
jackfruit treeClick to Search jackfruit tree
 
noun
East Indian tree cultivated for its immense edible fruit and seeds
Syn: jackfruit, Artocarpus heterophyllus
Hypernyms: fruit tree
Member Holonyms: Artocarpus, genus Artocarpus
Part Meronyms: jackfruit, jak, jack
jackhammerClick to Search jackhammer
 
noun
a hammer driven by compressed air
Syn: air hammer, pneumatic hammer
Hypernyms: hammer, power hammer
Jackie RobinsonClick to Search Jackie Robinson
 
noun
United States baseball player; first Black to play in the major leagues (1919-1972)
Syn: Robinson, Jack Roosevelt Robinson
Instance Hypernyms: ballplayer, baseball player
jacking offClick to Search jacking off
 
noun
slang for masturbation
Syn: jerking off, hand job, wank
Derivationally related forms: wank (for: wank)
Usage Domain:
slang, cant, jargon, lingo, argot, patois, vernacular
Hypernyms: masturbation, onanism
jack-in-the-boxClick to Search jack-in-the-box
 
noun
plaything consisting of a toy clown that jumps out of a box when the lid is opened
Hypernyms: plaything, toy
jack-in-the-pulpitClick to Search jack-in-the-pulpit
 
noun
1. common American spring-flowering woodland herb having sheathing leaves and an upright club-shaped spadix with overarching green and purple spathe producing scarlet berries
Syn: Indian turnip, wake-robin, Arisaema triphyllum, Arisaema atrorubens
Hypernyms: arum, aroid
Member Holonyms: Arisaema, genus Arisaema
2. common European arum with lanceolate spathe and short purple spadix; emerges in early spring; source of a starch called arum
Syn: cuckoopint, lords-and-ladies, Arum maculatum
Hypernyms: arum, aroid
Member Holonyms: genus Arum
Part Meronyms: arum
jackknifeClick to Search jackknife
 
I
noun
1. a large knife with one or more folding blades
Syn: clasp knife
Hypernyms: pocketknife, pocket knife
2. a dive in which the diver bends to touch the ankles before straightening out
Hypernyms: dive, diving
II
verb
dive into the water bending the body at the waist at a right angle, like a jackknife
Topics: sport, athletics
Hypernyms: dive
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s
- example : Somebody ----s PP
jackknife clamClick to Search jackknife clam
 
noun
marine clam having a long narrow curved thin shell
Syn: razor clam, knife-handle
Hypernyms: clam
Member Holonyms: Ensis, genus Ensis
jackknife-fishClick to Search jackknife-fish
 
noun
black-and-white drumfish with an erect elongated dorsal fin
Syn: Equetus lanceolatus
Hypernyms: drum, drumfish
Member Holonyms: Equetus, genus Equetus
jacklightClick to Search jacklight
 
I
noun
a light used as a lure in hunting or fishing at night
Hypernyms: light, light source
II
verb
hunt with a jacklight
Syn: jack
Hypernyms: hunt, run, hunt down, track down
Verb Frames:
- example : Somebody ----s
- example : Somebody ----s something
- example : In the summer they like to go out and jacklight
jack-o'-lanternClick to Search jack-o'-lantern
 
noun
1. a pale light sometimes seen at night over marshy ground
Syn: friar's lantern, ignis fatuus, will-o'-the-wisp
Hypernyms: light, visible light, visible radiation
2. lantern carved from a pumpkin
Hypernyms: lantern
jack-o-lanternClick to Search jack-o-lantern
 
noun
a large poisonous agaric with orange caps and narrow clustered stalks; the gills are luminescent
Syn: jack-o-lantern fungus, jack-a-lantern, Omphalotus illudens
Hypernyms: agaric
Member Holonyms: Omphalotus, genus Omphalotus
jack-o-lantern fungusClick to Search jack-o-lantern fungus
 
noun
a large poisonous agaric with orange caps and narrow clustered stalks; the gills are luminescent
Syn: jack-o-lantern, jack-a-lantern, Omphalotus illudens
Hypernyms: agaric
Member Holonyms: Omphalotus, genus Omphalotus
jackpotClick to Search jackpot
 
noun
1. the cumulative amount involved in a game (such as poker)
Syn: pot, kitty
Topics: poker, poker game
Hypernyms: stake, stakes, bet, wager
2. any outstanding award
Hypernyms: prize, award
jackrabbitClick to Search jackrabbit
 
I
noun
large hare of western North America
Hypernyms: hare
Hyponyms: white-tailed jackrabbit, whitetail jackrabbit, Lepus townsendi, blacktail jackrabbit, Lepus californicus
Member Holonyms: Lepus, genus Lepus
II
verb
go forward or start with a fast, sudden movement
Hypernyms: startle, jump, start
Verb Frames:
- example : Something ----s
- example : Somebody ----s
jacksClick to Search jacks
 
noun
a game in which jackstones are thrown and picked up in various groups between bounces of a small rubber ball
Syn: jackstones, knucklebones
Hypernyms: child's game
jackscrewClick to Search jackscrew
 
noun
screw-operated jack
Syn: screw jack
Hypernyms: jack
jacksmeltClick to Search jacksmelt
 
noun
a relatively large silversides of the Pacific coast of North America (known to reach 18 inches in length)
Syn: Atherinopsis californiensis
Hypernyms: silversides, silverside
Member Holonyms: Atherinopsis, genus Atherinopsis
jacksnipeClick to Search jacksnipe
 
noun
1. American sandpiper that inflates its chest when courting
Syn: pectoral sandpiper, Calidris melanotos
Hypernyms: sandpiper
Member Holonyms: Calidris, genus Calidris
2. a small short-billed Old World snipe
Syn: half snipe, Limnocryptes minima
Hypernyms: snipe
Member Holonyms: Limnocryptes, genus Limnocryptes
JacksonClick to Search Jackson
 
noun
1. United States singer who began singing with his four brothers and later became a highly successful star during the 1980s (born in 1958)
Syn: Michael Jackson, Michael Joe Jackson
Instance Hypernyms: singer, vocalist, vocalizer, vocaliser
2. United States singer who did much to popularize gospel music (1911-1972)
Syn: Mahalia Jackson
Instance Hypernyms: singer, vocalist, vocalizer, vocaliser
3. United States civil rights leader who led a national campaign against racial discrimination and ran for presidential nomination (born in 1941)
Syn: Jesse Jackson, Jesse Louis Jackson
Instance Hypernyms:
civil rights leader, civil rights worker, civil rights activist, politician, politico, pol, political leader
4. general in the Confederate Army during the American Civil War whose troops at the first Battle of Bull Run stood like a stone wall (1824-1863)
Syn: Thomas Jackson, Thomas J. Jackson, Thomas Jonathan Jackson, Stonewall Jackson
Instance Hypernyms: general, full general
5. 7th president of the US; successfully defended New Orleans from the British in 1815; expanded the power of the presidency (1767-1845)
Syn: Andrew Jackson, Old Hickory
Derivationally related forms: Jacksonian
Instance Hypernyms: general, full general, President of the United States, United States President, President, Chief Executive
6. United States writer of romantic novels about the unjust treatment of Native Americans (1830-1885)
Syn: Helen Hunt Jackson, Helen Maria Fiske Hunt Jackson
Instance Hypernyms: writer, author
7. English film actress who later became a member of British Parliament (born in 1936)
Syn: Glenda Jackson
Instance Hypernyms: actress, politician, politico, pol, political leader
8. a town in western Wyoming
Instance Hypernyms: town
Part Holonyms: Wyoming, Equality State, WY
9. a town in western Tennessee
Instance Hypernyms: town
Part Holonyms: Tennessee, Volunteer State, TN
10. capital of the state of Mississippi on the Pearl River
Syn: capital of Mississippi
Instance Hypernyms: state capital
Part Holonyms: Mississippi, Magnolia State, MS
11. a town in south central Michigan
Instance Hypernyms: town
Part Holonyms: Michigan, Wolverine State, Great Lakes State, MI
Jackson PollockClick to Search Jackson Pollock
 
noun
United States artist famous for painting with a drip technique; a leader of abstract expressionism in America (1912-1956)
Syn: Pollock
Instance Hypernyms: painter
JacksoniaClick to Search Jacksonia
 
noun
genus of yellow-flowered Australian unarmed or spiny shrubs without true leaves but having leaflike stems or branches
Syn: genus Jacksonia
Hypernyms: rosid dicot genus
Member Holonyms: Papilionoideae, subfamily Papilionoideae
JacksonianClick to Search Jacksonian
 
I
noun
a follower of Andrew Jackson or his ideas
Hypernyms: follower
II
adjective
of or pertaining to Andrew Jackson or his presidency or his concepts of popular democracy (Freq. 1)
Pertains to noun: Andrew Jackson
Derivationally related forms: Jackson
Jacksonian epilepsyClick to Search Jacksonian epilepsy
 
noun
focal epilepsy in which the attack usually moves from distal to proximal limb muscles on the same side of the body
Hypernyms: cortical epilepsy, focal epilepsy
JacksonvilleClick to Search Jacksonville
 
noun
Florida's largest city; a port and important commercial center in northeastern Florida
Instance Hypernyms: city, metropolis, urban center, port of entry, point of entry
Part Holonyms: Florida, Sunshine State, Everglade State, FL
jackstonesClick to Search jackstones
 
noun
1. game equipment consisting of one of several small six-pointed metal pieces that are picked up while bouncing a ball in the game of jacks
Syn: jack
Hypernyms: game equipment
2. a game in which jackstones are thrown and picked up in various groups between bounces of a small rubber ball
Syn: jacks, knucklebones
Hypernyms: child's game
jackstrawClick to Search jackstraw
 
noun
a thin strip of wood used in playing the game of jackstraws
Syn: spillikin
Hypernyms: strip
jackstrawsClick to Search jackstraws
 
noun
a game in which players try to pick each jackstraw (or spillikin) off of a pile without moving any of the others
Syn: spillikins
Hypernyms: child's game
Jack-tarClick to Search Jack-tar
 
noun
a man who serves as a sailor
Syn:
mariner, seaman, tar, Jack, old salt, seafarer, gob, sea dog
Derivationally related forms: seamanly (for: seaman), seamanship (for: seaman)
Hypernyms: sailor, crewman
Hyponyms:
able seaman, able-bodied seaman, boatswain, bos'n, bo's'n, bosun, bo'sun, deckhand, roustabout, helmsman, steersman, steerer, lighterman, bargeman, bargee, officer, ship's officer, pilot, sea lawyer, whaler
jumping jackClick to Search jumping jack
 
noun
plaything consisting of a toy figure with movable joints that can be made to dance by pulling strings
Hypernyms: plaything, toy
man jackClick to Search man jack
 
noun
a single individual
- example : every man jack
Hypernyms: person, individual, someone, somebody, mortal, soul
phone jackClick to Search phone jack
 
noun
a jack for plugging in a telephone
Syn: telephone jack
Hypernyms: jack
screw jackClick to Search screw jack
 
noun
screw-operated jack
Syn: jackscrew
Hypernyms: jack
Sir Jack HobbsClick to Search Sir Jack Hobbs
 
noun
notable English cricketer (1882-1963)
Syn: Hobbs, John Berry Hobbs
Instance Hypernyms: cricketer
telephone jackClick to Search telephone jack
 
noun
a jack for plugging in a telephone
Syn: phone jack
Hypernyms: jack
Union JackClick to Search Union Jack
 
noun
national flag of the United Kingdom
Syn: Union flag
Hypernyms: flag
whisker jackClick to Search whisker jack
 
noun
a jay of northern North America with black-capped head and no crest; noted for boldness in thievery
Syn: Canada jay, grey jay, gray jay, camp robber, Perisoreus canadensis
Hypernyms: jay
Hyponyms: Rocky Mountain jay, Perisoreus canadensis capitalis
Member Holonyms: Perisoreus, genus Perisoreus
yellow jackClick to Search yellow jack
 
noun
1. yellow flag hoist on a ship in quarantine
Hypernyms: flag
2. fish of western Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
Syn: Caranx bartholomaei
Hypernyms: jack
3. caused by a flavivirus transmitted by a mosquito
Syn: yellow fever, black vomit
Hypernyms: infectious disease

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