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— English words —
  • re prep. About, regarding, with reference to; especially in letters, documents and emails.
  • re n. (Music) a syllable used in solfège to represent the second note of a major scale.
  • Re prop.n. (Egyptian mythology) Alternative form of Ra.
  • Re sym. Rupee.
  • Re prop.n. (In company names) Reinsurance.
  • Re prop.n. A municipality of Vestfold, Norway.
  • RE prep. Regarding, re.
  • RE prop.n. Initialism of Royal Engineers, a regiment in the British Army.
  • RE n. (Computing theory) Abbreviation of "recursively enumerable"; the class of decision problems for which…
  • RE n. Abbreviation of Religious Education.
  • RE n. Abbreviation of rare earth.
  • RE n. (Biochemistry, genetics) Initialism of response element.
  • RE n. Abbreviation of real estate.
  • RE n. Abbreviation of renewable energy.
  • prop.n. An island off the west coast of France, by La Rochelle.
  • 're v. (Informal) contracted form of are (inflection of the verb "to be").
  • re- pref. Again, anew.
  • re- pref. A completive or intensification of the base; up, a-, out.
  • re- pref. Back, backward.
  • r.e. adj. (Computing theory) Abbreviation of recursively enumerable.
— International convention —
  • Re sym. (Chemistry) Rhenium.
  • Re sym. (Mathematics) The real part of a complex number.
  • Re sym. (Fluid mechanics) The Reynolds number.
  • RE sym. (International standards) ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code for Réunion.
  • .re n. The ccTLD for Réunion as assigned by the IANA.
— Foreign words, define in English —
  • Ainu
    • re num. Three.
  • Albanian
    • re n. Cloud(s) (uncountable).
    • re n. Haze, mist.
    • re n. Overcast.
    • re n. Attention, care, consideration.
    • re adj. Young.
    • re adj. New.
    • re v. Second-person singular simple perfect indicative of bie.
  • Asturian
    • re n. Alternative form of rei.
    • re n. (Music) re, ray.
  • Breton
    • re adv. Too much.
    • re pron. Those.
    • re n. Pair (Of shoes, eyes, etc.).
    • re n. Couple.
  • Catalan
    • re pron. (Colloquial) Alternative form of res.
    • re n. (Music) re (second note of diatonic scale).
    • -re suff. Used to form Catalan second conjugation verbs.
    • re- pref. Re- (again).
    • re- pref. Intensifier for adjectives and adverbs.
    • re- pref. Great-, grand- (used to denote the removal of one generation).
  • Chuukese
    • re pron. They.
    • re pron. They are.
    • re pron. Of a nationality or place; -ish.
    • re- pref. (Inflected as a noun) with.
    • re- pref. (Subject marker for tense modifying adverbs) they.
  • Czech
    • re n. (Card games) double raise (multiplies the current stake by 4).
  • Eastern arrernte
    • re pron. He (third person singular masculine pronoun).
  • Esperanto
    • re- pref. Indicates an action performed reciprocally, back (e.g., to hit back, to talk back).
  • Esperanto - Hungarian
    • re- pref. Indicates repetition, again.
    • re- pref. Indicates a return to previous state, back.
  • Evenki
    • ге adj. Other, another.
    • ге adj. Second.
    • ге adj. Following, next, new.
    • ге adj. Reverse.
  • Finnish
    • -re suff. Forms nouns, mostly from nominal stems.
  • Franco-provençal
  • Friulian - Maltese - Sardinian
    • re n. King.
  • Galician
    • re n. (Music) re (musical note).
    • re n. (Music) D (the musical note or key).
  • Hungarian
    • n. Re, a syllable used in solfège to represent the second note of a major scale.
    • -re suff. (Case suffix) onto, on. Used to form the sublative case.
  • Ido
    • re n. The name of the Latin script letter R/r.
  • Interlingua
    • re prep. About.
    • re- pref. Back, backwards.
    • re- pref. Again; prefix added to various words to indicate an action being done again, or like the other usages…
  • Irish
    • n. Stretch of ground; level ground.
    • n. Field.
    • n. (Agriculture) row.
    • n. Lineage, row.
    • n. (Archaic) moon; phase of moon; month.
    • n. Period.
    • n. (Literary) space, intervening distance.
    • n. (Music) re.
  • Japanese
    • re rom. Rōmaji transcription of れ.
    • re rom. Rōmaji transcription of レ.
  • Lashi
    • v. (Intransitive) to come.
    • part. Used to create yes-or-no questions.
  • Latvian
    • re n. (Music) re, D (second note in the major scale).
    • re interj. Look! see? (used to draw the listener’s attention to something visible).
    • re interj. Look, here is..., you see (used to draw the listener’s attention to, or to emphasize, something said or written).
  • Ligurian
    • re n. King (type of monarch who rules a kingdom).
  • Mandarin
    • re rom. Nonstandard spelling of ré.
    • re rom. Nonstandard spelling of rě.
    • re rom. Nonstandard spelling of rè.
    • rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 若.
    • rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 渃.
    • rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 焧.
    • rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 爇.
    • rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 若.
    • rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 熱.
    • rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 喏.
    • rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 惹.
    • rom. Hanyu Pinyin reading of 若.
  • Manx
    • re part. Dependent form (after dy, nagh) of she.
  • Middle english
    • -re n. Alternative form of -erie.
  • Middle french - Old french
    • re- pref. Re- (again; once more).
  • Muong
    • rề n. (Mường Bi) a rat; a mouse.
  • Norman - Norwegian bokmål - Norwegian nynorsk - Occitan - Romanian
  • Northern kurdish
    • re A postposed element of several circumpositions.
    • n. Way, road.
  • Northern sotho - Sotho
    • re v. To say.
  • Norwegian bokmål
    • re v. To prepare; make (a bed).
    • re n. Re, the second syllable in the scale of solfège.
    • Re prop.n. A municipality of Vestfold, Norway, which is to be merged with Tønsberg on 1 January 2020.
  • Norwegian nynorsk
    • re n. (Music) re a syllable used in solfège to represent the second note of a major scale.
    • Re prop.n. A municipality of Vestfold, Norway.
  • Old english
    • -re suff. (Late West Saxon) masculine agent suffix, originally applied only to nouns.
  • Old irish
    • prep. Before.
  • Oscan
  • Pennsylvania german
    • re art. A, an.
  • Polish
    • re- pref. Re- (again, anew).
    • re- pref. Re- (back, backward).
  • Romanian
    • re n. Re (musical note).
    • -re suff. Attached to the ends of verb infinitives to form nouns, meaning "the action or result of"; -ing, -ation.
  • Sardinian
    • re n. (Chess) king.
  • Scottish gaelic
    • prep. During, throughout.
  • Serui-laut - Wandamen
    • re n. Eye.
  • Sicilian
    • prep. Contraction of ri li (“of the”).
  • Swedish
    • -re suff. Forms the comparative degree of a few adjectives, most of which change their stem vowel (umlaut) when this happens.
    • re- pref. Re-; doing something again.
  • Turkish
    • re n. The name of the Latin-script letter R/r.
    • re n. Letter of the Arabic alphabet: ر.
  • Vietnamese
    • v. To screech.
    • n. (Dialectal) A variety of tobacco.
    • v. To drag (on the ground).
    • v. To spread out; to lay out.
    • v. To winnow in the wind.
    • rế n. A bamboo basket used as a pad for hot pots.
    • rề adj. Slow (in one’s action).
    • rễ n. Root.
    • rể n. Son-in-law.
    • rể n. Short for chú rể (“groom; bridegroom”) (man about to be married).
    • rẽ v. To cleave, to split (into branches).
    • rẽ v. (Northern Vietnam) to turn (to another path).
    • rẻ adj. Cheap, inexpensive.
    • rệ n. Edge, side.
  • Yoruba
    • re v. (Intransitive) to go.
    • re v. (Intransitive, Èkìtì) to be.
    • re v. (Transitive or intransitive or ergative) to roast.
    • re v. (Transitive) to nurse, to give specific attention to something or someone.
    • re v. (Transitive) to soak, to become swollen (usually in reference to the skin).
    • re v. (Transitive) to exceed (in degree or dimension), to pass, to go across a mark.
    • re v. (Transitive) to skim the top of a liquid.
    • re v. To alter something, to cause something to be transferred or removed via supernatural or authoritative means.
    • re v. (Transitive) to put a curse or spell on someone.
    • re v. (Intransitive) to trigger, to undergo a hit.
    • re v. (Medicine) to dislocate, to suffer from a dislocated body part.
    • re n. The syllable used to represent the mid-tone.
    • rẹ det. Your (second-person singular possessive pronoun).
    • rẹ det. His/her/its (third-person singular possessive pronoun).
  • Zazaki
— English word, defined in German —
  • re Abk. Returned = wieder da, Verwendung bei Rückkehr nach Abwesenheit (von Chats, Online-PC-Spielen).
— English words, defined in French —
  • re n. (Musique) (Moins courant) Ré.
  • re n. (Musique) (Plus courant) Deuxième note d’un mode majeur, quatrième note d’un mode mineur.
  • Re n.prop. (Mythologie égyptienne) Rê.
  • re- préf. Préfixe itératif : re-, ré-.
  • ’re v. Forme clitique de are.
— English words, defined in Portuguese —
  • re prep. Sobre; acerca de.
  • re s. Sílaba usada em solfejo para representar a segunda nota musical.
  • re s. Abreviação de reinsurance.
— In German —
  • re Partk. Musik: beim Solmisieren oder Solfeggieren benutzte Silbe…
  • Re S. Ägyptische Mythologie: höchster ägyptischer Gott (Sonnengott).
  • Re S. Kartenspiele: mögliche Erwiderung auf ein Kontra, die den…
  • RE Abk. Kfz-Kennzeichen für: Kreis und Stadt Recklinghausen.
  • RE Abk. Regionalexpress.
  • re- Präf. Vor Vokalen manchmal auch: red-, Red-.
  • re- Präf. Wortbildungselement in Fremdwörtern aus dem Lateinischen…
  • re- Präf. Wortbildungselement in Fremdwörtern aus dem Lateinischen…
  • °Re Abk. Einheitenzeichen der Temperatur, Abkürzung der abgeleiteten…
  • °Ré Abk. Einheitenzeichen der Temperatur, Abkürzung der abgeleiteten…
— In Dutch —
  • re n. (Muziek) een bepaalde muzieknoot tussen de do en mi.
  • re- Opnieuw, weer.
— In French —
  • re interj. (Familier) Encore une fois.
  • re interj. (Familier) De même.
  • re interj. (Familier) Rebonjour.
  • re prép. (Québec) (Désuet) (Rare) En ce qui concerne.
  • Re n.prop. (Géographie) Commune d’Italie de la province de Verbano-Cusio-Ossola…
  • Re n.m. (Épidémiologie) Taux effectif de transmission d’une maladie.
  • Re n.f. (Mécanique) Symbole usuel de la limite d’élasticité d’un…
  • RE n.m. (Histologie) Réticulum endoplasmique.
  • ré n.m. (Musique) La seconde note de la gamme d’ut.
  • ré n.m. Le nom du signe qui représente cette note.
  • ré n.m. (En particulier) Ré de l’octave du milieu dans la gamme…
  • Ré n.prop. (Géographie) Grande île de France située dans le golfe…
  • Rê n.prop. (Divinité) Dieu solaire de la mythologie égyptienne.
  • re- préf. Préfixe utilisé soit avec des verbes, soit avec des substantifs…
  • re- préf. Préfixe parfois utilisé seul, mais souvent rajouté à certains…
  • re- préf. Lorsque le verbe simple accompagne le verbe composé, le…
  • ré- préf. Préfixe associé soit à des verbes, soit à des substantifs…
— In Spanish —
  • re s. Música. Segunda nota de la escala de do.
  • re- pref. De nuevo, otra vez, que acontece una vez más o se repite varias veces.
  • re- pref. Intensificador de palabras.
— In Portuguese —
  • ré s. (Música) segunda nota musical da escala de dó maior.
  • ré s. (Brasil) parte de trás.
  • ré s. Feminino de réu.
  • rê s. Designação dada à letra R.
  • re- pref. Do latim re- (movimento para trás ou em sentido contrário;…
— In Italian —
  • re s. (Storia) (politica) (diritto) persona di sesso maschile al…
  • re s. (Scacchi) il più importante dei 6 tipi di pezzi.
  • re s. (Musica) secondo grado della scala diatonica di do.
  • Re s. Libro dalla Bibbia che ha due parti.
  • re- pref. Indica la ripetizione di un’azione, anche in senso contrario.
426 English words from 157 English definitions

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57 English words from 51 foreign definitions

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1 foreign word from 157 English definitions


167 foreign words from 51 foreign definitions

abgeleiteten Abkürzung Abreviação Abwesenheit accompagne acerca acerca␣de acontece Ägyptische ägyptischer anche associé auch aus avec azione bei beim benutzte bepaalde Bibbia ce␣qui certains cette clitique composé concerne contrário Cusio dalla dei de␣la della De␣même De␣nuevo Designação Désuet Deuxième Dieu diritto Divinité dó␣maior effectif égyptienne ein Einheitenzeichen élasticité En␣ce␣qui␣concerne Encore␣une␣fois endoplasmique En␣particulier Épidémiologie Erwiderung escala Familier Feminino fois Fremdwörtern für gamme Géographie golfe grado Histologie höchster île île␣de␣France importante Italie itératif Kartenspiele Kennzeichen Kfz Kfz-Kennzeichen Kreis Lateinischen latim letra Libro limite limite␣d’élasticité Lorsque maior mais majeur maladie manchmal más maschile Mécanique même mineur mögliche Moins movimento Música Musik Muziek muzieknoot mythologie nach oder Opnieuw Ossola otra parfois particulier pezzi più politica Préfixe quatrième qui rajouté Rebonjour Recklinghausen red- Regionalexpress repite representar représente Réticulum réu ripetizione Rückkehr Scacchi segunda senso sentido sesso seul signe Sílaba Silbe située Sobre soit solaire solfejo Solmisieren Sonnengott souvent Spielen Stadt Storia substantifs Taux Temperatur trás tussen una une une␣fois usada usuel utilisé varias veces verbe verbes verbe␣simple Verwendung vez Vokalen von wieder Wortbildungselement

25640 suffixes (New words found by adding one or more letters at the end of the word.)

rea Rea REA reb Reb REB rec rec. red Red RED -red ree Ree REE ref Ref REF Ref. reg Reg reh rei rel REL -rel rel. rem Rem REM R.E.M. ren REN -ren Reo REO rep Rep REP Rep. req res RES Res. ret Ret. rev Rev rev. Rev. +25590 words

79116 times in the middle (New words found by adding letters in front and at the end of the word.)

area ared areg Arel Arem areo- ares Ares AREs aret arew Arey Brea bred bree Bree breh brek Brem bren Bren brer Brer br'er Bret brev brew Brew Brey Crea cred Cree crem creo crep Cres CRES cres. crew Crew dree dreg drek Drem DREs dret drew Drew drey Drey +79066 words

7547 prefixes (New words found by adding one or more letters in front of the word.)

are Are ARE Åre A.R.E. Bre BrE CRE Dre DRE ere Ere 'ere gre GRE HRE ire IrE IRE Ire. JRE MRE NRE ore Ore ORE öre øre Ore. pre pre- SRE ure Ure -ure VRE yre Aare acre Acre Ahre aire Aire -aire Akre ar AVRE Awre ayre Ayre +7497 words

9 anagrams (New words found by changing the order of the letters.)

er ER 'er -er er. E-R -'er E.R. E.␣R.

223 anagrams found with an extra letter (New words formed with all the letters from the word and an extra letter.)

Aer aer- aër- are Are ARE Åre A.R.E. ber Bre BrE CER CRE der Der Der. Dre DRE ear EAR 'ear EDR eer EER -eer e'er EGR Ehr EHR eir EIR EMR ENR eor EOR EPR era ERA Erb 'erb Erc ERC erd ERD ere Ere 'ere erf erg ERG -erg- +172 words

177 cousins (New words found by changing only one letter.)

ae AE æ Æ -ae A&E -æ a**e a.e. A␣&␣E be BE be- B&E B/E B.E. ce CE -ce C.E. de dE De DE de- ee EE 'ee -ee E&E Fe FE F&E f.e. ge gE Ge GE he He HE he- H&E H.E. ie IE -ie IE. i.e. i.␣e. JE Ke KE le Le LE -le me Me ME /me Me. M&E -me- ne NE né nê ne. Ne. -ne- oe OE œ Œ OE. pe Pe PE Pe. QE ra Ra RA RB r&b R&B R␣&␣B RC R/C rd RD -rd rd. Rd. R&D rf RF R&F RG R&G (+76 words)

25 epenthesis (New words found when adding only one letter.)

Rae RCE RDE ree Ree REE RFE rie Rie RIE RKE RLE RNE roe Roe RoE ROE RPE RSE RTÉ Rte. rue Rue rye Rye

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