swot, grind, nerd, wonk, dweeb(noun)
an insignificant student who is ridiculed as being affected or boringly studious
the grade of particle fineness to which a substance is ground
"a coarse grind of coffee"
drudgery, plodding, grind, donkeywork(noun)
hard monotonous routine work
grind, mill, pulverization, pulverisation(verb)
the act of grinding to a powder or dust
crunch, cranch, craunch, grind(verb)
press or grind with a crushing noise
make a grating or grinding sound by rubbing together
"grate one's teeth in anger"
labor, labour, toil, fag, travail, grind, drudge, dig, moil(verb)
"She was digging away at her math homework"; "Lexicographers drudge all day long"
compass, comminute, tug, boil, roil, toil, dig, craunch, drudge, moil, dig up, tire, wear out, poke, cut into, crunch, churn, cranch, jab, grasp, weary, prod, jade, tire out, wear upon, fatigue, travail, delve, get the picture, drive, hollow, stab, apprehend, outwear, comprehend, turn over, excavate, labor, mash, wear down, savvy, push, grok, wear, bray, dig out, grate, fag out, labour
dance by rotating the pelvis in an erotically suggestive way, often while in contact with one's partner such that the dancers' legs are interlaced
grind, mash, crunch, bray, comminute(verb)
reduce to small pieces or particles by pounding or abrading
"grind the spices in a mortar"; "mash the garlic"
flirt, craunch, crackle, dig, travail, squelch, cranch, dally, labour, coquet, chat up, romance, comminute, crush, coquette, scraunch, butterfly, scranch, squeeze, munch, grate, toil, bray, labor, crunch, hee-haw, mash, squash, moil, philander, drudge
created by grinding
"grind designs into the glass bowl"
shape or form by grinding
"grind lenses for glasses and cameras"
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How to use grind in a sentence?
This fragment is small, but it’s very distinctive, it has a smooth surface, a high polish, that doesn’t occur naturally. It doesn’t occur by accident. Someone has to sit and grind the edge in order to make an axe.
We think inflation will grind higher over the summer and open the door to a September rate hike. At the same time, low underlying inflation pressures mean the tightening cycle will only be gradual.
Today was a scrambling sort of day for me, i putted really well, chipped well round the greens, but wasn't able to strike the ball as well as I have been the last few months. It was a big grind today.
I told him I heard about his story and that grind is unbelievable, i told him, ‘Much respect.’ I mean, 10 years grinding in the G League, to finally get an opportunity and to play like that, it’s pretty special.
Nonetheless, we believe that trade uncertainty and growth concerns will not vanish, so any reprieve on either subject will be welcome. We also believe that some earnings growth will be needed for equities to grind higher.
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- moldreCatalan, Valencian
- mlít, drtit, vrtět, brousitCzech
- млѣтиOld Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian
- mahlen, zermahlen, grinden, schleifenGerman
- αλέθω, άλεσμαGreek
- pulir, moler, molienda, rutinaSpanish
- keinuttaa, hetkuttaa, jauhaa, hioa, karkeus, jauhatusFinnish
- pulvériser, moudre, broyerFrench
- meilScottish Gaelic
- morzsol, zúz, köszörül, őröl, darálHungarian
- 磨ぐ, 挽くJapanese
- malen, verpulveren, schuren, vermalen, karweiDutch
- rive, male, skrape, raspe, kverneNorwegian
- ścierać, mlećPolish
- moer, rebolarPortuguese
- măcina, pisaRomanian
- толо́чь, шлифова́ть, моло́ть, отшлифова́тьRussian
- mala, nötaSwedish
- öğütmek, bilemekTurkish
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