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Ground
speaker
speaker
Common
noun
The
of the
,
the
or water or
.
, (epistemic)
,
.
The
on which a
is
,
as
to the
by
or the other. Often,
the
, "to
" or "to
".
The
upon which the
are set.
In Sculpture:
upon which
are
in
.
The
of
upon which the
is
.
A
over the
of a
to be
, to
the
from
except where an
is made by the
.
In Architecture:
One of the
of
,
with the
, to which
etc. are
.
In American English, Canadian English & Electricity:
An
to the
, or a large
whose
is
as
(such as a
).
In Cricket:
The
of
which a
is
(a
); the
in which it is
; the part of the
behind a batsman's
where he can not be
(hence to make
).
In Music:
The
on which
are
; the
.
The
of a
.
verb
In American English:
To
(an
or
) to
.
In Baseball:
To
a
.
(verb(regular)) and
(verb).
To
something
.
To found; to
or set, as on a
,
, or
; to
a
for; to
.
To
with a
, as a
for
, or as
or other
with a
as a
for
.
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Old English (ca. 450-1100)
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