alarm-word


alarm-word
n арх. пароль

English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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  • Alarm — Single par Namie Amuro extrait de l’album Queen of Hip Pop Face A Alarm Face B Strobe Sortie 17 mars 2004 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • alarm */*/ — I UK [əˈlɑː(r)m] / US [əˈlɑrm] noun Word forms alarm : singular alarm plural alarms 1) [uncountable] fear or worry that something unpleasant or dangerous might happen There was a note of alarm in her voice. cause for alarm (= something to be… …   English dictionary

  • alarm — {{11}}alarm (n.) early 14c., from O.Fr. alarme (14c.), from It. all arme to arms! (lit. to the arms ). An interjection that came to be used as the word for the call or warning (Cf. ALERT (Cf. alert)). Extended 16c. to any sound to warn of danger… …   Etymology dictionary

  • alarm bell — UK / US noun Word forms alarm bell : singular alarm bell plural alarm bells 1) [countable] a bell that rings to warn you of danger 2) alarm bells [plural] something that makes you feel something unpleasant or dangerous is going to happen The… …   English dictionary

  • alarm clock */*/ — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms alarm clock : singular alarm clock plural alarm clocks a clock that wakes you up at a particular time by making a noise …   English dictionary

  • Word Up (1995 album) — Infobox Album | Name = Word Up Type = Compilation album Artist = Various Artists Released = 1995 Recorded = Genre = spoken word Length = Label = Virgin EMI (Canada)/Caroline (US) Producer = Reviews = Last album = This album = Next album = Word Up …   Wikipedia

  • word to the wise — Synonyms and related words: admonishment, admonition, advice, alarm, alerting, caution, caveat, clue, cue, deterrent example, example, final notice, final warning, hint, lesson, monition, moral, notice, notification, object lesson, office,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • alarm — [14] Alarm was originally a call to arms. It comes from the Old Italian phrase all’ arme ‘to the weapons!’ This was lexicalized as the noun allarme, which was borrowed into Old French as alarme, and thence into English. The archaic variant alarum …   The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins

  • alarm — [14] Alarm was originally a call to arms. It comes from the Old Italian phrase all’ arme ‘to the weapons!’ This was lexicalized as the noun allarme, which was borrowed into Old French as alarme, and thence into English. The archaic variant alarum …   Word origins

  • The Strawberry Alarm Clock — Infobox Radio Show show name = The Strawberry Alarm Clock imagesize = 200px caption = runtime = 4 hours country = Ireland language = English home station = FM104 television = presenter = Niamh Crowley Jim McCabe starring = Jim Niamh director =… …   Wikipedia

  • Silent Alarm — Studio album by Bloc Party R …   Wikipedia


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