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Crab

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Meaning

Noun

A
of the
Brachyura, having
of
, the
of which are in the form of
, and a carapace.
The
of this
,
as food; crabmeat.
A
person.
In Lice:
An
of
(Pthirus pubis).
In Aviation:
The
by which an aircraft's
is
of its groundtrack to
for
during an approach to
; its
.
In Aviation:
The state of an aircraft's
being
of its groundtrack to
for
during an approach to landing.
A
with the
of three.
In Rowing:
A
in
where the
is
the
by the
of the water.
A
in an
that may
it
and
to use.
An
that is
to the publisher.
The
, which has a dogbane-like
with
use.
A
the
of the
; a
stick.
A
or
with
, used with
, etc.
A form of
, or
, for
into
, etc.
A
used in
to
the yarn.
A
for
a
machine.
In Crustaceans, Pome fruits, Sapindales order plants & People:
The
Carapa guianensis,
to South America.
Short for carabiner.

Verb

In Crabs:
To
for crabs.
In American English:
To ruin.
To complain.
To
about.
To
or
or to
(by
with the
of a crab).
To
a
that
low and
surfaces.
In Aviation:
To
(an
, e.g. a
) sideways against an
current in order to
a straight-line course.
In Film & Television:
To
(a
) sideways.
  • , to
    off the straight-line
    towards an
    , as the
    on early
    did not
    through the
    disk.
  • to
    off the straight-line
    towards an
    , as the
    on early
    did not
    through the
    disk.
  • To
    of something.
    To
    , make
    or sour
    To be
    ; to
    or find fault.
    To
    or
    ,
    a crabstick
    Sourced from
    Wiktionary

    Origin

    crab
    English
    arrow
    crabbe
    Middle English (1100-1500)
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    crabba
    Old English (ca. 450-1100)
    Sourced from
    Etym
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