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ground in Bengali বাংলা

ground in Dogri डोगरी

ground in Kashmiri कॉशुर

ground in Konkani कोंकणी

ground in Maithili মৈথিলী

ground in Sindhi سنڌي

ground in Urdu اُردُو

ground in English

  • ground
    adj. 1. of the ground; on the ground.
    Ex. the ground floor.
    2. basic; fundamental.
    3. living or growing in, on, or close to the ground.
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  • ground
    adj. 1. reduced to fine particles by grinding or crushing.
    Ex. ground black pepper.
    2. subjected to the action or process of grinding.
    Ex. a finely ground edge on a tool.
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  • ground
    expr. above (the) ground, alive.
    Ex. While I remain above the ground, you shall hear from me still (Shakespeare).
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  • ground
    expr. break ground,
    a. to turn up soil with a plow, shovel, etc.; dig; plow.
    Ex. to break ground for a new school.
    b. to begin building.
    c. (Figurative.) to execute a plan or venture.
    Ex. He showed no inclination to break
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  • ground
    expr. cover ground,
    a. to go over a certain distance or area; travel.
    Ex. Did you cover much ground on the hike?
    b. (Figurative.) to do a certain amount of work.
    Ex. We covered considerable ground in our history class today.
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  • ground
    expr. cut the ground from under one (or under one's feet), to spoil one's defense or argument by meeting it in advance.
    Ex. A witness with evidence to the contrary cut the ground from under the defense attorney's argument.
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  • ground
    expr. fall to the ground, (of schemes) to fail; be given up.
    Ex. It fell to the ground with the rest of the King's plans and attempts (Horace Walpole).
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  • ground
    expr. from the ground up, completely; entirely; thoroughly.
    Ex. We conducted our research from the ground up.
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  • ground
    expr. gain ground,
    a. to go forward; advance; progress.
    Ex. The fresh troops gained much ground against the exhausted enemy.
    b. (Figurative.) to become more common or widespread.
    Ex. His ideas are gaining ground.
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  • ground
    expr. get off the ground, to make a start; go forward; advance.
    Ex. The magazine never got off the ground (Time).
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  • ground
    expr. give ground, to retreat; yield.
    Ex. They come, no man give ground ... Be Englishmen and beard them to their faces (Thomas Dekker).
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  • ground
    expr. ground out, (Baseball.) to be put out on hitting a grounder.
    Ex. The youngster ... calmly threw home to start a run-nipping double play, and then got [the outfielder] to ground out (Time).
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  • ground
    expr. grounds,
    a. land, lawns, and gardens around a house or other building.
    Ex. the grounds of an estate.
    b. small bits that sink to the bottom of a drink such as coffee or tea; dregs; sediment.
    Ex. Pour the grounds down the dr
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  • ground
    expr. hold one's ground, to keep one's position; not retreat or yield.
    Ex. He could not hold his ground in the face of relentless opposition.
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  • ground
    expr. lose ground,
    a. to go backward; retreat; yield.
    Ex. We lost ground because of the storm.
    b. (Figurative.) to become less common or widespread.
    Ex. Superstition and illiteracy are losing ground as people become more educate
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  • ground
    expr. run into the ground, (Informal.) to carry to an extreme; overdo.
    Ex. You have a good idea, but I hope you won't run it into the ground.
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  • ground
    expr. shift one's ground, to change one's position; use a different defense or argument.
    Ex. A friend, as willing to shift his ground as I, gave me an overture which I accepted (Richard Ligon).
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  • ground
    expr. stand one's ground, to keep one's position; refuse to retreat or yield.
    Ex. The Deserters ... stood their ground, and ... fired on 'em (London Gazette).
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  • ground
    expr. take ground, to take up, or move into, a certain position.
    Ex. Take ground to the right (or left) in fours (F. A. Griffiths).
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  • ground
    ground (1), noun, adjective, verb.
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  • ground
    ground (2), verb, adjective.
    verb a past tense and past participle of grind.
    Ex. The miller ground the corn into meal. The wheat was ground to make flour.
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  • ground
    noun 1. the solid part of the earth's surface.
    Ex. A blanket of snow covered the ground. He looked on the ground while he answered her (Scott).
    2. soil; earth; dirt.
    Ex. And here the maiden, sleeping sound, On the dank and dirty ground
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  • ground
    v.i. 1. to run aground; hit the bottom or shore.
    Ex. The boat grounded in shallow water.
    2. (Baseball.) to hit a bouncing or rolling ball.
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  • ground
    v.t. 1. to put on the ground; cause to touch the ground.
    Ex. to ground arms.
    2. (Figurative.)
    a. to fix firmly; establish.
    Ex. His beliefs are grounded on facts.
    b. to instruct in the first principles or elements.
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ground in Tamil

  

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