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ome‧lette ( also omelet American English ) / ˈɒmlət, ˈɒmlɪt $ ˈɑːm- / noun [ countable ]

1 eggs mixed together and cooked in hot fat, sometimes with other foods added : a cheese omelette

2 you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs used to say that it is impossible to achieve anything important without causing a few problems

 

 

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ome‧lette ( also omelet American English ) / ˈɒmlət, ˈɒmlɪt $ ˈɑːm- / noun [ countable ]

1 eggs mixed together and cooked in hot fat, sometimes with other foods added : a cheese omelette

2 you can’t make an omelette without breaking eggs used to say that it is impossible to achieve anything important without causing a few problems

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toss 1 / tɒs $ ːs / verb

1 [ transitive ] to throw something, especially something light, with a quick gentle movement of your hand toss something into/onto etc something She crumpled the letter and tossed it into the fire.

toss something aside/over etc Toss that book over, will you?

toss something to somebody ‘Catch!’ said Sandra, tossing her bag to him.

toss somebody something Frank tossed her the newspaper.

2 [ intransitive and transitive ] to move about continuously in a violent or uncontrolled way, or to make something do this toss something around/about The small boat was tossed about like a cork.

3 toss and turn to keep changing your position in bed because you cannot sleep : I’ve been tossing and turning all night.

4 [ intransitive and transitive ] ( also toss up ) especially British English to throw a coin in the air, so that a decision will be made according to the side that faces upwards when it comes down SYN flip American English : They tossed a coin to decide who would go first.

toss (somebody) for it We couldn’t make up our minds, so we decided to toss for it.

5 [ transitive ] to throw something up into the air and let it fall to the ground : The crowd cheered, banging pots and tossing confetti into the air.

6 toss a pancake British English to throw a pancake upwards so that it turns over in the air and lands on the side that you want to cook SYN flip American English

7 [ transitive ] to move pieces of food about in a small amount of liquid so that they become covered with the liquid : Toss the carrots in some butter before serving.

8 toss your head/hair written to move your head or hair back suddenly, often with a shaking movement showing anger : He tossed his head angrily and left the room.

toss off phrasal verb

1 toss something ↔ off to produce something quickly and without much effort : one of those painters who can toss off a couple of pictures before breakfast

2 toss something ↔ off written to drink something quickly : He tossed off a few whiskies.

3 toss (somebody) off British English informal not polite to masturbate

toss something/somebody ↔ out phrasal verb American English informal

1 to get rid of something that you do not want SYN throw out : I tossed most of that stuff out when we moved.

2 to make someone leave a place, especially because of bad behaviour SYN throw out toss something/somebody ↔ out of Kurt was tossed out of the club for trying to start a fight.

THESAURUS

throw to make something such as a ball or stone move quickly through the air using your hand : I threw the ball back to him. | Protestors began throwing stones at the police. | I just threw the letter in the bin.

toss ( also chuck ) informal to throw something, especially in a careless way without using much effort : She tossed her coat onto the bed. | Can you chuck me the remote control?

hurl to throw something with a lot of force : Someone hurled a brick through his window.

fling to angrily throw something somewhere with a lot of force, or to carelessly throw something somewhere because you have very little time : He flung her keys into the river. | I flung a few things into a suitcase.

heave / hiːv / to throw something heavy using a lot of effort : They heaved the log into the river.

lob to throw something high into the air over someone or something : The police lobbed tear gas canisters over the heads of the demonstrators.

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mound / maʊnd / noun [ countable ]

1 a pile of earth or stones that looks like a small hill : an ancient burial mound

mound of a small mound of dirt

2 a large pile of something mound of There’s a mound of papers on my desk.

The waiter appeared with a huge mound of spaghetti.

3 ( also pitcher’s mound ) the small hill that the pitcher stands on in the game of baseball

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pile a group of things of the same type that are put on top of each other : a huge pile of cardboard boxes

stack a neat pile of things of the same type : There were stacks of books on the floor.

heap a large messy pile of things : All his clothes were in a heap on the floor.

mound a pile of something with a round shape : a small mound of rice on the plate

mountain a very large pile of something with a round shape : a mountain of dirty laundry waiting to be washed

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den / den / noun [ countable ]

1 the home of some animals, for example lions or fox es

2 a place where secret or illegal activities take place : corrupt gambling dens

a den of thieves

3 an enclosed and secret place where children play

4 especially American English a room in a house where people relax, watch television etc

5 British English old-fashioned a small room in a house where people can work, read etc without being interrupted : Father retreated to his den.

6 den of iniquity a place where activities that you think are immoral or evil happen – often used humorously : Her mother was convinced that London was a den of iniquity.

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Den‧ver / ˈdenvəʳ /

the capital and largest city of the US state of Colorado, close to the Rocky Mountains. Denver is an important business, educational, and cultural centre, and it is sometimes called the ‘Mile High City’ because it is one mile above sea level.

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nul‧li‧fy / ˈnʌləfaɪ, ˈnʌlɪfaɪ / verb ( past tense and past participle nullified , present participle nullifying , third person singular nullifies ) [ transitive ]

1 law to officially state that something has no legal force : The election results were nullified because of voter fraud.

2 formal to make something lose its effect or value SYN cancel out : Recent inflation could nullify the economic growth of the last several years.

nullification / ˌnʌləfəˈkeɪʃ ə n, ˌnʌlɪfəˈkeɪʃ ə n / noun [ uncountable ]

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