the snowy/gloppy stuff that collects in wheel wells when it's snowing and there's salt on the road.

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  • snúd — 1. adj quickly approaching, coming at once, coming soon or suddenly; 2. n? ( es/ ) speed, swiftness, quickness …   Old to modern English dictionary

  • snood — /snud/ (say snoohd) noun 1. the distinctive headband formerly worn by young unmarried women in Scotland and northern England. 2. a band or fillet for the hair. 3. a net like hat or part of a hat, or material worn to confine a woman s hair. 4. the …   Australian English dictionary

  • Türkische Literatur — Türkische Literatur, nennt man vorzugsweise die Literatur der Osmanen, obgleich man sonst mit dem Namen Türken (s.d.) im weiteren Sinne auch die Dschagataisch sprechenden u. schreibenden Osttürken u. die Bewohner des Kiptschak versteht. Wenn auch …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • snood — [[t]snud[/t]] n. 1) clo the distinctive headband formerly worn by young unmarried women in Scotland and N England 2) clo a headband for the hair 3) clo a netlike hat or part of a hat or fabric that holds or covers the back of a woman s hair •… …   From formal English to slang

  • амбар для спуска загрязнённого бурового раствора — — [ russkiy slovar neftegazovoy promyishlennosti/] Тематики нефтегазовая промышленность EN dirty mud sumpdirty snud sump …   Справочник технического переводчика

  • snā-, snǝ-(t-), snāu-, sn-eu-, sn-et- —     snā , snǝ (t ), snāu , sn eu , sn et     English meaning: to flow, swim; damp     Deutsche Übersetzung: “fließen, Feuchtigkeit”     Material: 1. O.Ind. snü ti, snüyatē “badet (sich)”, participle snüta , Av. snayeitē “wäscht, purifies,… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • snēu- : snū- and snĕu- —     snēu : snū and snĕu     English meaning: to turn, to bind, attach; band; sinew     Deutsche Übersetzung: etwa “drehen”, especially “Fäden zusammendrehen, knũpfen”; andrerseits ‘sich drehen, schnelle Bewegung”     Material: O.Ind. snü van… …   Proto-Indo-European etymological dictionary

  • snoove — ˈsnüv intransitive verb Etymology: from earlier Scots snoove to twirl, turn, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse snūa to turn, twist; akin to Old English snūd speed, haste, Old High German sniumi hasty, rapid, Gothic sniumjan to hurry,… …   Useful english dictionary

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