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grave Explained

grave at CMU American English spelling Of Explained:

[greıv]

grave at English irregular forms Of Explained:

(graven)

grave at English => English (Longman) Of Explained:

n [C] [Language: Old English; Origin: gr[zB024]f]//
1 the place in the ground where a dead body is buried: tomb// --At the head of the grave there was a small wooden cross.//
2 the grave: literary death// --He took that secret to the grave.//
3 sb would turn in their grave: used to say that someone who is dead would strongly disapprove of something happening now// --The way Bill plays that piece would have Mozart turning in his grave.// dig your own grave at dig1 (8)// from (the) cradle to (the) grave at cradle1 (3)// have one foot in the grave at foot1 (24)// silent as the grave at silent(3)// a watery grave at watery(4)//
grave 2 adj
1 grave problems, situations, or worries are very great or bad: serious// --Matthew's life is in grave danger .// --The report expressed grave concern over the technicians' lack of training.// --I have grave doubts about his ability.// --The situation is becoming very grave.//
2 looking or sounding quiet and serious, especially because something important or worrying has happened: sombre// --Turnbull's face was grave as he told them about the accident.// -- gravely adv // --Adam nodded gravely.// --We are gravely concerned (=very concerned) about these developments.// gravity//
grave 3 adj a grave accent is a mark put above a letter in some languages such as French to show the pronunciation, for example [hA169]// acute, circumflex//

grave at Danish => English Of Explained:

tographaberratio

grave at Danish => English Of Explained:

apethoughtpart,

grave at French => English Of Explained:

important, serious

grave at Italian => English Of Explained:

earnest, grave, serious, unsmiling

grave at Norwegian => English Of Explained:

yellowcro

grave at Portuguese => English Of Explained:

engrave

grave at Spanish => English Of Explained:

important, serious

GRAVE at English => English (devils) Of Explained:

3 yuan2 zi3 dan4implosion atomic bombnei4 sheng1 de5endogenousnei4 pi2(med.) endothelium
thin skin on the inside of some fruits (e.g., oranges)nei4 ma3to encodenei4 ke1medical departmentnei4 xi4 bao1 tuan2inner cell mass (ICM)nei4 zhi4internal
internally installednei4 luo2 bi4Nairobi (capital of Kenya)nei4 zang4(n) abodominal organsnei4 chen2chamberlainNei4 hua2 da2Nevadanei4 meng2Inner Mongolianei4 meng3 gu3Inner Mongolianei4 meng2 gu3 zi4 zhi4 qu1(N) Inner Mongolia Autonomous Regionnei4 hang2(n) expert
(adj) experiencednei4 yi1 ku4underwearnei4 ku4underwearnei4 bu4interior
inside (part, section)
internalnei4 bu4 jie2 gou4internal structure
internal compositionnei4 bu4 wang3intranetNei4 xiang1(N) Neixiang (place in Henan)Nei4 men2 xiang1(N) Neimen (village in Taiwan)nei4 ge2(government

grave at English => English (Moby Thesaurus II) Of Explained:

453 Moby Thesaurus words for "grave":
abject, abominable, acute, afflictive, agonizing, annihilation,
arch, aristocratic, arrant, assemble, atrocious, august,
autolithograph, awe-inspiring, awful, bane, baritone, barrow, base,
bass, be a printmaker, beehive tomb, beggarly, biological death,
biting, black, blackish, bleak, bone house, book, boundary stone,
box grave, brass, burial, burial chamber, burial mound, bust,
cairn, calendar, carve, cast, catacomb, catacombs, catalog,
cenotaph, cessation of life, chalk, chalk up, character,
charnel house, chase, check in, cheesy, chisel, chronicle, cist,
cist grave, clinical death, column, comprehensive, consequential,
considerable, contemptible, contralto, courtly, cramping, crease,
cribble, critical, cromlech, cross, crosshatch, crossing the bar,
crucial, cruel, crummy, crypt, cup, curtains, cut, cyclolith,
dangerous, dark, dark-colored, darkish, darksome, deadly, death,
death knell, debased, debt of nature, decease, decorous, deep,
deep six, deep-echoing, deep-pitched, deep-toned, deepmouthed,
degraded, demise, demure, departure, depraved, despicable,
destructive, dignified, dire, dirty, disgusting, dismal,
dissolution, distressing, docket, dokhma, dolmen, doom, dour,
dreadful, drear, drearisome, dreary, drive, dusk, dusky, dying,
earnest, ebb of life, elevated, enchase, end, end of life, ending,
engrave, enroll, enscroll, enter, etch, eternal rest, excruciating,
execrable, exhaustive, exit, expiration, extinction,
extinguishment, fatal, fateful, fell, file, fill out,
final summons, finger of death, flagrant, footstone, formal,
formidable, foul, found, frowning, full, fulsome, funebrial,
funereal, furrow, gloomy, gnawing, going, going off, grand,
gravestone, gray, great, grievous, grim, grim-faced, grim-visaged,
griping, groove, gross, hammer, hand of death, hard, harrowing,
harsh, hatch, headstone, heavy, heinous, hoarstone, hollow,
horrible, house of death, hurtful, hurting, impanel, important,
imposing, impress, imprint, incise, inculcate, index, infix,
inscribe, inscription, insculpture, insert, inspiring, instill,
intense, irresistible, jaws of death, jot down, killing, kingly,
knell, last debt, last home, last muster, last rest, last roundup,
last sleep, leaving life, line, list, lithograph, little, lofty,
log, long home, long-faced, lordly, loss of life, low,
low green tent, low house, low-down, low-pitched, lumpen,
magisterial, main, majestic, major, make a memorandum, make a note,
make an entry, make out, make prints, making an end, mangy, mark,
mark down, marker, mastaba, matriculate, mausoleum, mean, measly,
megalith, memento, memorial, memorial arch, memorial column,
memorial statue, memorial stone, menhir, mighty, minute, miserable,
model, moderate, mold, monolith, monstrance, monstrous, monument,
mound, moving, mummy chamber, murderous, narrow house, necrology,
nefarious, nigrescent, no-nonsense, noble, note, note down,
obelisk, obituary, obnoxious, odious, ossuarium, ossuary, painful,
paltry, paroxysmal, parting, passage grave, passing, passing away,
passing over, perilous, perishing, petty, piercing, pillar, pit,
pivotal, place upon record, plaque, plenary, poignant, poky, poll,
ponderous, poor, portentous, post, post up, pound, powerful,
pressing, princely, print, prize, pungent, put down,
put in writing, put on paper, put on tape, pyramid, queenly,
quietus, racking, rank, record, reduce to writing, regal, register,
release, reliquary, remembrance, reptilian, rest, resting place,
reward, ribbon, rostral column, royal, sad, saturnine, scabby,
score, scrape, scratch, scrubby, scruffy, sculp, sculpt, sculpture,
scummy, scurvy, sedate, sentence of death, sepulcher, sepulchral,
sepulture, serious, set down, severe, shabby, shades of death,
shadow of death, shaft, shaft grave, sharp, shoddy, shooting,
shrine, sleep, small, sober, sober-minded, sobersided, solder,
solemn, somatic death, somber, sombrous, spasmatic, spasmic,
spasmodic, squalid, stabbing, staid, stamp, stately, statuesque,
stela, stinging, stipple, stone, stone-faced, straight-faced,
strong, stupa, sublime, summons of death, swart, swarthy, tablet,
tabulate, take down, tape, tape-record, temperate, terrible,
testimonial, thoughtful, tomb, tombstone, tool, tope, tormenting,
torturous, total, tower of silence, triste, trophy, tumulus, ugly,
unmentionable, unsmiling, urgent, vault, venerable, videotape,
vile, vital, weariful, wearisome, weary, weighty, weld, worthy,
wretched, write, write down, write in, write out, write up

grave at Danish => English Of Explained:

odnji kabela)

kevlar

grave at French => English Of Explained:

grave [grav]
important, serious

grave at Portuguese => English Of Explained:

important, serious
earnest, serious, staid

grave at Spanish => English Of Explained:

important, serious(grava)
court, yard, courtyard(korto)
alarming, grave, serious(maltrankviliga)

grave at English => English (English Thesaurus) Of Explained:

[V] (Engraving): engrave, grave, stipple, scrape, etch, scratch.

[ADJ] (Importance): important, of importance, momentous, material, to the point, weighty, influential, of note, notable, prominent, salient, signal, memorable, remarkable, unforgettable, eventful, grave, serious, earnest, noble, grand, solemn.

[ADJ] (Inexcitability): unexcitable, imperturbable, unsusceptible, dispassionate, cold-blooded, stoical, philosophic, staid, sober, grave, demure, cool-headed, placid, calm, cool as a cucumber, serene, undemonstrative.

Grave at English => English (Eastons 1897 Bible) Of Explained:

ch, disproportion, dissimilitude, inequality, disproportionateness, variance, divergence, repugnance, unfitness, inaptitude, impropriety, inapplicability, inconsistency, irrelevancy, intrusion, interference, inappropriateness

[V] (Disagreement): disagree, argue, quarrel, clash, jar, be in discord, interfere, intrude, come amiss, not concern, mismatch.

[N] (Counteraction): counteraction, opposition, contrariety, antagonism, polarity, clashing, collision, interference, resistance, friction, reaction, retroaction, recoil, neutralization, check, hindrance, resistance, repression, restraint.

[V] (Counteraction): counteract, run counter to, clash, cross, interfere with, oppose, check, resist, hinder, repress, restrain, react, recoil, neutr

grave at English => English (Oxford Advanced Learners) Of Explained:

noun, adjective-see also GRAVE
noun
1 a place in the ground where a dead person is buried:
We visited Grandma's grave. * There were flowers on the grave.
2 [sing.] (often the grave) (usually literary) death; a person's death:
Is there life beyond the grave (= life after death)? * He followed her to the grave (= died soon after her). * She smoked herself into an early grave (= died young as a result of smoking).
IDIOMS
turn in his / her grave (BrE) (AmE roll in his / her grave) (of a person who is dead) likely to be very shocked or angry:
My father would turn in his grave if he knew.
more at CRADLE n., DIG v., FOOT n.
adjective (graver, gravest) (formal)
1 (of situations, feelings, etc.) very serious and important; giving you a reason to feel worried:
The police have expressed grave concern about the missing child's safety. * The consequences will be very grave if nothing is done. * We were in grave danger.
2 (of people) serious in manner, as if sth sad, important or worrying has just happened:
He looked very grave as he entered the room.
see also GRAVITY
gravely adverb:
She is gravely ill. * Local people are gravely concerned. * He nodded gravely as I poured out my troubles.

(also grave accent) noun
a mark placed over a vowel in some languages to show how it should be pronounced, as over the e in the French word pere
compare ACUTE ACCENT, CIRCUMFLEX, TILDE, UMLAUT
see also GRAVE

GRAVE at English => English (Bouviers Law) Of Explained:

GRAVE. A place where a dead body is interred.
2. The violation of the grave, by taking up the dead body, or stealing
the coffin or grave clothes, is a misdemeanor at common law. 1 Russ. on. Cr.
414. A singular case, illustrative of this subject, occurred in Louisiana. A
son, who inherited a large estate from his mother, buried her with all her
jewels, worth $2000; he then made a sale of all he inherited from his
mother, for $30,000. After this, a thief broke the grave and stole the
jewels, which, after his conviction, were left with the clerk of the court,
to be delivered to the owner. The son claimed them, and so did the purchaser
of the inheritance; it was held that the jewels, although buried with the
mother, belonged to the son, and, that they passed to the purchaser by a
sale of the whole inheritance. 6 Robins. L. R. 488. See Dead Body.
3. In New York, by statutory enactment, it is provided, that every
person who shall open a grave, or other place of interment, with intent, 1.
To remove the dead body of any human being, for the purpose of selling the
same, or for the purpose of dissection; or, 2. To steal the coffin, or any
part thereof, or the vestments or other articles interred with any dead
body, shall, upon conviction, be punished by imprisonment, in a state
prison, not exceeding two years, or in a county gaol, not exceeding six
months, or by fine not, exceeding two hundred and fifty dollars, or by both
such fine and imprisonment. Rev. Stat. part 4, tit. 5, art. 3, Sec. 15.

Grave at English => English (Websters 1913) Of Explained:

Grave \Grave\, v. i.
To write or delineate on hard substances, by means of incised
lines; to practice engraving.

Grave \Grave\, n. [AS. gr?f, fr. grafan to dig; akin to D. & OS.
graf, G. grab, Icel. gr["o]f, Russ. grob' grave, coffin. See
{Grave} to carve.]
An excavation in the earth as a place of burial; also, any
place of interment; a tomb; a sepulcher. Hence: Death;
destruction.

He bad lain in the grave four days. --John xi. 17.

{Grave wax}, adipocere.

Grave \Grave\, v. t. (Naut.)
To clean, as a vessel's bottom, of barnacles, grass, etc.,
and pay it over with pitch; -- so called because graves or
greaves was formerly used for this purpose.

Grave \Grave\, a. [Compar. {Graver} (gr[=a]v"[~e]r); superl.
{Gravest.}] [F., fr. L. gravis heavy; cf. It. & Sp. grave
heavy, grave. See {Grief.}]
1. Of great weight; heavy; ponderous. [Obs.]

His shield grave and great. --Chapman.

2. Of importance; momentous; weighty; influential; sedate;
serious; -- said of character, relations, etc.; as, grave
deportment, character, influence, etc.

Most potent, grave, and reverend seigniors. --Shak.

A grave and prudent law, full of moral equity.
--Milton.

3. Not light or gay; solemn; sober; plain; as, a grave color;
a grave face.

4. (Mus.)
(a) Not acute or sharp; low; deep; -- said of sound; as, a
grave note or key.

The thicker the cord or string, the more grave
is the note or tone. --Moore
(Encyc. of
Music).
(b) Slow and solemn in movement.

{Grave accent}. (Pron.) See the Note under {Accent}, n., 2.

Syn: Solemn; sober; serious; sage; staid; demure; thoughtful;
sedate; weighty; momentous; important.

Usage: {Grave}, {Sober}, {Serious}, {Solemn.} Sober supposes
the absence of all exhilaration of spirits, and is
opposed to gay or flighty; as, sober thought. Serious
implies considerateness or reflection, and is opposed
to jocose or sportive; as, serious and important
concerns. Grave denotes a state of mind, appearance,
etc., which results from the pressure of weighty
interests, and is opposed to hilarity of feeling or
vivacity of manner; as, a qrave remark; qrave attire.
Solemn is applied to a case in which gravity is
carried to its highest point; as, a solemn admonition;
a solemn promise.

Grave \Grave\, v. t. [imp. {Graved} (gr[=a]vd); p. p. {Graven}
(gr[=a]v"'n) or {Graved}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Graving}.] [AS.
grafan to dig, grave, engrave; akin to OFries. greva, D.
graven, G. graben, OHG. & Goth. graban, Dan. grabe, Sw.
gr[aum]fva, Icel. grafa, but prob. not to Gr. gra`fein to
write, E. graphic. Cf. {Grave}, n., {Grove}, n.]
1. To dig. [Obs.] Chaucer.

He hath graven and digged up a pit. --Ps. vii. 16
(Book of
Common
Prayer).

2. To carve or cut, as letters or figures, on some hard
substance; to engrave.

Thou shalt take two onyx stones, and grave on them
the names of the children of Israel. --Ex. xxviii.
9.

3. To carve out or give shape to, by cutting with a chisel;
to sculpture; as, to grave an image.

With gold men may the hearte grave. --Chaucer.

4. To impress deeply (on the mind); to fix indelibly.

O! may they graven in thy heart remain. --Prior.

5. To entomb; to bury. [Obs.] --Chaucer.

Lie full low, graved in the hollow ground. --Shak.

grave at English => English (WordNet) Of Explained:

grave
adj 1: dignified and somber in manner or character and committed to
keeping promises; "a grave God-fearing man"; "a quiet
sedate nature"; "as sober as a judge"; "a solemn
promise"; "the judge was solemn as he pronounced
sentence" [syn: {sedate}, {sober}, {solemn}]
2: causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm; "a
dangerous operation"; "a grave situation"; "a grave
illness"; "grievous bodily harm"; "a serious wound"; "a
serious turn of events"; "a severe case of pneumonia"; "a
life-threatening disease" [syn: {dangerous}, {grievous}, {serious},
{severe}, {life-threatening}]
3: of great gravity or crucial import; requiring serious
thought; "grave responsibilities"; "faced a grave decision
in a time of crisis"; "a grievous fault"; "heavy matters
of state"; "the weighty matters to be discussed at the
peace conference" [syn: {grievous}, {heavy}, {weighty}]
[also: {graven}]

grave
n 1: death of a person; "he went to his grave without forgiving
me"; "from cradle to grave"
2: a place for the burial of a corpse (especially beneath the
ground and marked by a tombstone); "he put flowers on his
mother's grave" [syn: {tomb}]
3: a mark (`) placed above a vowel to indicate pronunciation
[syn: {grave accent}]
[also: {graven}]

grave
v 1: shape (a material like stone or wood) by whittling away at
it; "She is sculpting the block of marble into an image
of her husband" [syn: {sculpt}, {sculpture}]
2: carve, cut, or etch into a material or surface; "engrave a
pen"; "engraved the winner's name onto the trophy cup"
[syn: {engrave}, {inscribe}]
[also: {graven}]

grave at English (WD) Of Explained:

Inter: also » gravé|-grave

English

Inter: slim-wikipedia » dab=grave

Pronunciation

* Inter: enPR » grāv, Inter: IPA » /ɡreɪv/, Inter: X-SAMPA » /greIv/
  • Inter: audio » en-us-grave.ogg|Audio (US)
  • Inter: rhymes » eɪv

    Etymology 1

    From Inter: etyl » enm Inter: term » grave|lang=enm, Inter: term » grafe|lang=enm, from Inter: etyl » ang Inter: term » græf||cave, grave, trench|lang=ang, from Inter: etyl » gem-pro|en Inter: recons » graban|lang=gem-pro, Inter: recons » grabō||grave, trench, ditch|lang=gem-pro, from Inter: etyl » ine-pro|en Inter: recons » gʰrābʰ-||to dig, scratch, scrape|lang=ine-pro. Cognate with Inter: etyl » nl|- Inter: term » graf||a grave|lang=nl, Inter: etyl » nds|- Inter: term » graf||a grave|lang=nds, Inter: etyl » de|- Inter: term » Grab||a grave|lang=de, Inter: etyl » sv|- Inter: term » grav||a grave|lang=sv, Inter: etyl » is|- Inter: term » gröf||a grave|lang=is. Cognate to Inter: etyl » sq|- Inter: term » gropë||a ditch, hole|lang=sq. Related to Inter: l » en|groove.

    Noun

    Category: Image - :Fresh grave.JPG|thumb|right|200px|A freshly dug grave

  • Inter: en-nou » n
  • An excavation in the earth as a place of burial; also, any place of interment; a tomb; a sepulcher.
    1. Inter: rfdat » e, Category: w - :Gospel of John|John 11:17:
    2. : He had lain in the grave four days.
    3. 1856, Eleanor Marx-Aveling (translator), Inter: w » Gustave Flaubert (author), Inter: w » Madame Bovary, Part III, Chapter X:
    4. : They reached the cemetery. The men went right down to a place in the grass where a grave was dug. They ranged themselves all round; and while the priest spoke, the red soil thrown up at the sides kept noiselessly slipping down at the corners.
    5. death, destruction.
      Derived terms
      * begrave

  • dance on someone's grave
  • dig one's own grave
  • early grave
  • graveclothes
  • grave marker
  • grave robber
  • graverobbing
  • gravedigger
  • gravelike
  • graveside
  • gravesite
  • gravestone
  • graveward
  • mass grave
  • turn in one's grave
  • war grave
  • white man's grave
    Translations
    Inter: trans-top » excavation for burial
  • Afrikaans: graf
  • Albanian: Inter: t- » sq|varr|m
  • Armenian: Inter: t- » hy|գերեզման|tr=gerezman
  • Aromanian: Inter: t- » rup|murmintu
  • Bashkir: Inter: t+ » ba|ҡәбер|tr=qäber
  • Catalan: sepulcre {{m}}
  • Czech: Inter: t+ » cs|hrob|m
  • Danish: Inter: t+ » da|grav (burial = Inter: t- » da|begravelse)
  • Dutch: Inter: t+ » nl|graf|n
  • Esperanto: Inter: t- » eo|tombo
  • Estonian: Inter: t- » et|haud
  • Finnish: Inter: t+ » fi|hauta
  • French: Inter: t+ » fr|tombe|f
  • Inter: trreq » ka
  • German: Inter: t+ » de|Grab|n
  • Greek: Inter: t+ » el|τάφος|m|tr=táfos
  • Hungarian: Inter: t+ » hu|sír
  • Irish: Inter: t- » ga|uaigh|f
  • Italian: Inter: t+ » it|fossa|f
  • Jèrriais: Inter: tø » roa-jer|tombe|f, Inter: tø » roa-jer|fôsse|f
  • Kazakh: Inter: t » kk|мазар|tr=mazar|sc=Cyrl
  • Kurdish:
  • : Kurmanji: Inter: t+ » ku|gorr {{f}}, Inter: t+ » ku|tirb {{f}}, Inter: t+ » ku|qebir {{m}}, Inter: t+ » ku|mezar {{f}} (shrine), Inter: t+ » ku|ziyaret {{f}} (shrine)
  • : Sorani: Inter: t+ » ku|قه‌بر|sc=ku-Arab, Inter: t+ » ku|گۆڕ|sc=ku-Arab

  • Inter: trans-mi » d
    • Latgalian: Inter: tø » ltg|kops|m
    • Latvian: Inter: t+ » lv|kaps|m
    • Malay: Inter: t- » ms|pusara, Inter: t- » ms|kubur
    • Manx: Inter: t- » gv|oaie
    • Norwegian:
    • : Bokmål: Inter: t- » no|grav|m|f
    • : Nynorsk: Inter: t- » nn|grav|f
    • Polish: grób {{m}}, mogiła {{f}}
    • Portuguese: Inter: t+ » pt|sepultura|f
    • Romanian: Inter: t+ » ro|mormânt
    • Russian: Inter: t+ » ru|могила|f|tr=mogíla
    • Scottish Gaelic: uaigh {{f}}
    • Serbo-Croatian:
    • : Cyrillic: Inter: t- » sh|гроб|m|alt=гро̏б
    • : Roman: Inter: t- » sh|grob|m|alt=grȍb
    • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|tumba|f
    • Turkish: Inter: t+ » tr|mezar
    • West Frisian: Inter: t- » fy|grêf|n


    Inter: trans-botto » m

    See also

    * Inter: pedia » grave (burial)

    Etymology 2

    From Inter: etyl » enm Inter: term » graven|lang=enm, from Inter: etyl » ang Inter: term » grafan||to dig, dig up, grave, engrave, carve, chisel|lang=ang, from Inter: etyl » gem-pro|en Inter: recons » grabanan||to dig|lang=gem-pro, from Inter: etyl » ine-pro|en Inter: recons » gʰrābʰ-||to dig, scratch, scrape|lang=ine-pro. Cognate with Dutch Inter: term » graven||to dig|lang=nl, German Inter: term » graben||to dig|lang=de, Swedish Inter: term » gräva||to dig|lang=sv.

    Verb

    Inter: en-verb » graves|graving|graved or grove|graved or graven
  • Inter: transitive » obsolete To dig.
    1. Inter: rfdat » e Inter: w » Book of Prayer, Inter: w » Psalms 7:16:
    2. : He hath graven and digged up a pit.
    3. Inter: transitive » obsolete To carve or cut, as letters or figures, on some hard substance; to engrave.
    4. Inter: w » Book of Exodus|Exodus 28:9:
    5. : Thou shalt take two onyx stones, and grave on them the names of the children of Israel.
    6. Inter: quote-book »


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  • Inter: rfdat » e Inter: w » Robert Louis Stevenson, Requiem:
    1. : This be the verse you grave for me / "Here he lies where he longs to be"
    2. Inter: transitive » obsolete To carve out or give shape to, by cutting with a chisel; to sculpture; as, to grave an image.
    3. Inter: rfdat » e Inter: w » Geoffrey Chaucer:
    4. : With gold men may the hearte grave.
    5. Inter: transitive » obsolete To impress deeply (on the mind); to fix indelibly.
    6. Inter: rfdat » e Inter: w » Matthew Prior:
    7. : O! may they graven in thy heart remain.
    8. Inter: transitive » obsolete To entomb; to bury.
    9. Inter: rfdat » e, Inter: w » William Shakespeare:
    10. : Lie full low, graved in the hollow ground.
    11. Inter: transitive » obsolete|nautical To clean, as a vessel's bottom, of barnacles, grass, etc., and pay it over with pitch — so called because graves or greaves was formerly used for this purpose.
    12. Inter: intransitive » obsolete To write or delineate on hard substances, by means of incised lines; to practice engraving.
      Translations
      Inter: trans-top » to carve letters or similar

  • French: Inter: t+ » fr|graver

  • Inter: trans-mi » d
    • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|grabar


    Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » to carve to give a shape
    • French: Inter: t+ » fr|tailler, Inter: t+ » fr|sculpter


    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Spanish: Inter: t- » es|esculpir, Inter: t+ » es|tallar

  • Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » to impress on the mind
    • French: Inter: t+ » fr|graver


    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|grabar

  • Inter: trans-botto » m

    Etymology 3

    From Inter: etyl » fr Inter: term » grave|lang=fr, from Inter: etyl » la Inter: term » gravis||heavy, important|lang=la.

    Adjective

    Inter: en-adj » graver|gravest
  • Inter: obsolet » e Influential, important; authoritative. Inter: defdate » 16th-18th c.
    1. 1621, Robert Burton, The Anatomy of Melancholy, II.3.7:
    2. : An illiterate fool sits in a mans seat; and the common people hold him learned, grave, and wise.
    3. Characterised by a dignified sense of seriousness; not cheerful, sombre. Inter: defdate » from 16th c.
    4. Low in pitch, tone etc. Inter: defdate » from 17th c.
    5. Inter: rfdat » e Inter: w » Moore, Encyclopedia of Music:
    6. : ''The thicker the cord or string, the more grave is the note or tone.
    7. Serious, in a negative sense; important, formidable. Inter: defdate » from 19th c.
      Synonyms
      Inter: checksyn » s

  • Inter: sense » unsorted by sense solemn, sober, serious, sage, staid, demure, thoughtful, sedate, weighty, momentous, important
    Translations
    Inter: trans-top » having a sense of seriousness
  • Czech: Inter: t- » cs|vážný
  • Greek: Inter: t+ » el|βαρύς|tr=varís

  • Inter: trans-mi » d
    • Polish: Inter: t+ » pl|poważny
    • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|serio, Inter: t+ » es|seco, Inter: t+ » es|solemne, Inter: t- » es|reservado, Inter: t- » es|sombrío


    Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » low in pitch, tone
    • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|grave, Inter: t+ » es|bajo


    Inter: trans-mi » d
    Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » serious in a negative sense
    • Czech: Inter: t- » cs|závažný
    • Greek: Inter: t+ » el|βαρύς|tr=varís


    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Polish: Inter: t+ » pl|poważny
  • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|grave, Inter: t- » es|apremiante

  • Inter: trans-botto » m
    Inter: trans-top » to be checked
    • Inter: ttbc » ja: 物々しい (monomonoshi'i)


    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Inter: ttbc » sw: Inter: t+ » sw|kaburi

  • Inter: trans-botto » m

    Noun

    Inter: en-nou » n
  • A written accent used in French, Italian, and other languages. è is an e with a grave accent.
    Translations
    Inter: trans-top » written accent
    • Greek: Inter: t+ » el|βαρεία||tr=vareía


    Inter: trans-mi » d
  • Spanish: Inter: t+ » es|grave

  • Inter: trans-botto » m

    Statistics

    * Inter: rank » complete|access|ways|951|grave|serious|possession|move
    Category: Category:en:Burial -
    Category: Category:en:Diacritical marks -

    Danish

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: IPA » /ɡraːvə/|ˈɡ̊ʁɑːvə|lang=da

    Etymology 1

    From Inter: etyl » it|da Inter: term » grave|lang=it, from Inter: etyl » la|da Inter: term » gravis||heavy, grave|lang=la.

    Adverb

    Inter: head » da|adverb
  • Inter: music » lang=da grave Inter: gloss » low in pitch, tone etc.
    1. accent grave – accent grave, grave accent

      Etymology 2

      From Inter: etyl » non|da Inter: term » grafa||to dig, bury|lang=non.

      Verb

      Inter: da-verb » grav|grave|graver|gravede|har|gravet


  • dig Inter: gloss » to move hard-packed earth out of the way
    Derived terms
    * begrave
    • graver
    • gravning

      Etymology 3

      See Inter: term » grav||grave, tomb, pit|lang=da.

      Noun

      Inter: head » da|noun form|g=c


  • Inter: form of » plural indefinite|grav|lang=da

  • Dutch

    Verb

    Inter: head » nl
  • Inter: nl-verb-form » n=sg|t=pres|m=subj|graven

    Anagrams

    * verga, vrage

  • Esperanto

    Adverb

    Inter: eo-ad » v
  • seriously, gravely

  • Category: Category:Esperanto adverbs -

    French

    Etymology

    Borrowed from Inter: etyl » la|fr Inter: term » gravis|lang=la.

    Pronunciation

    * Inter: audio » Fr-grave.ogg|audio
    • Inter: IPA » /ɡʁav/|lang=fr

      Adjective

      Inter: fr-adj-m » f


  • serious
    1. solemn

      Adverb

      Inter: fr-ad » v


  • Inter: informal » lang=fr much; a lot
  • : Je te kiffe grave !
  • :: I love you like crazy!

    Related terms

    * gravement
  • gravissime
  • gravitation
  • gravité

    Verb

    Inter: fr-verb-for » m

  • Inter: conjugation of » graver||1|s|pres|ind|lang=fr
    1. Inter: conjugation of » graver||3|s|pres|ind|lang=fr
    2. Inter: conjugation of » graver||1|s|pres|sub|lang=fr
    3. Inter: conjugation of » graver||1|s|pres|sub|lang=fr
    4. Inter: conjugation of » graver||2|s|imp|lang=fr

      Anagrams

      * gaver


    Italian

    Etymology

    Borrowed from Inter: etyl » la|it gravis.

    Adjective

    Inter: it-adj » grav|e|i
  • grave, serious
    1. heavy
    2. solemn

      Synonyms

      * importante

  • pesante
  • austero
  • serio

    Antonyms

    * acuto

    Related terms

    * gravemente
  • gravare
  • gravezza
  • gravità
  • gravoso

    Anagrams

    * verga

  • Latin

    Adjective

    Inter: la-adj-form » grave
  • Inter: inflection of » gravis|gravis|nom|n|s|lang=la
    1. Inter: inflection of » gravis|gravis|acc|n|s|lang=la
    2. Inter: inflection of » gravis|gravis|voc|n|s|lang=la


    Middle French

    Alternative forms

    * Inter: l » frm|greve

    Noun

    Inter: frm-noun » f
  • gravel

    Descendants

    * French: Inter: l » fr|grève

    References

    * Inter: R:Godefro » y

  • Old French

    Alternative forms

    * Inter: l » fro|greve

    Noun

    Inter: fro-noun » f
  • gravel

    Descendants

    * French: Inter: l » fr|grève

    References

    * Inter: R:Godefro » y

  • Spanish

    Etymology

    From Inter: etyl » la|es gravis.

    Adjective

    Inter: es-ad » j
  • serious, grave
    1. low Inter: qualifier » sound
    2. solemn
    3. Inter: grammar » lang=es stressed in the penultimate syllable: paroxytone

      Related terms

      * gravedad

  • gravitar

    See also

    * Inter: sense » stressed syllable aguda, esdrújula

    Verb

    Inter: es-verb-form » gravar

  • Inter: es-verb form of » ending=ar|mood=imperative|pers=2|formal=yes|number=singular|gravar
    1. Inter: es-verb form of » ending=ar|mood=subjunctive|tense=present|pers=1|number=singular|gravar
    2. Inter: es-verb form of » ending=ar|mood=subjunctive|tense=present|pers=2|formal=yes|number=singular|gravar
    3. Inter: es-verb form of » ending=ar|mood=subjunctive|tense=present|pers=3|number=singular|gravar


    Swedish

    Adjective

    Inter: head » sv|adjective form
  • Inter: sv-adj-form-abs-def-m » grav

  • Category: ang:grave -
    Translation: cs » grave
    Translation: cy » grave
    Translation: de » grave
    Translation: et » grave
    Translation: el » grave
    Translation: es » grave
    Translation: eo » grave
    Translation: fa » grave
    Translation: fr » grave
    Translation: gl » grave
    Translation: ko » grave
    Translation: io » grave
    Translation: id » grave
    Translation: it » grave
    Translation: he » grave
    Translation: kn » grave
    Translation: kk » grave
    Translation: ku » grave
    Translation: li » grave
    Translation: hu » grave
    Translation: mg » grave
    Translation: ml » grave
    Translation: my » grave
    Translation: nl » grave
    Translation: ja » grave
    Translation: no » grave
    Translation: oc » grave
    Translation: pl » grave
    Translation: pt » grave
    Translation: ru » grave
    Translation: sm » grave
    Category: simple:grave -
    Translation: fi » grave
    Translation: sv » grave
    Translation: ta » grave
    Translation: te » grave
    Translation: th » grave
    Translation: tr » grave
    Translation: uk » grave
    Translation: vi » grave
    Translation: zh » grave

    gravé at English (WD) Of Explained:

    Inter: also » grave

    French

    Verb

    Inter: fr-past participle » sort=grave
  • Inter: past participle of » graver|lang=fr|sort=grave
    1. : Que contenait ce CD gravé?

      Adjective

      Inter: fr-adj » sort=grave


  • Inter: computing » lang=fr burned

    Anagrams

    * gaver

  • Spanish

    Verb

    Inter: es-verb-form » gravar
    1. Inter: es-verb form of » person=first-person|number=singular|tense=preterit|mood=indicative|ending=ar|gravar


    Translation: fr » gravé
    Translation: ko » gravé
    Translation: io » gravé
    Translation: mg » gravé
    Translation: nl » gravé