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world

[wərld]

ENGLAND
  1. (the world)
    the earth, together with all of its countries, peoples, and natural features.
    “he was doing his bit to save the world”
    synonyms:
    • (the world)
      all of the people, societies, and institutions on the earth.
      “world affairs”
      synonyms:
      everyone · everybody · each and every one · people · mankind · humankind · humanity · people everywhere · the whole world · the world at large · the public · the general public · the population · the populace · all and sundry · every mother’s son · every Tom, Dick, and Harry · every man jack
    • denoting one of the most important or influential people or things of its class.
      “they had been brought up to regard France as a world power”
  2. a region or group of countries.
    “the English-speaking world”
  3. human and social interaction.
    “he has almost completely withdrawn from the world” · “how inexperienced she is in the ways of the world”
    synonyms:
    society · high society · secular interests · temporal concerns · earthly concerns · human existence

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DEFINED

down·load

[ˈdounˌlōd]

VEGAS
  1. copy (data) from one computer system to another, typically over the Internet.
    “it would be wise to download your program to another computer before testing it”
ENGLAND, en·vi·ron·ment
  1. an act or process of downloading data.
    “movie downloads were painfully slow” · “we have music available for free download” · “download speeds of 200 to 300 kilobits per second”
    DEFINED
    ap·pli·ca·tion

    [ˌapləˈkāSH(ə)n]

    ENGLAND, en·vi·ron·ment
    1. a formal request to an authority for something.
      “an application for leave” · “an application form” · “an application to join the forum”
    2. the action of putting something into operation.
      “the application of general rules to particular cases” · “massage has far-reaching medical applications”
      synonyms:
      implementation · use · exercise · employment · administration · utilization · practice · applying · discharge · exertion · execution · prosecution · enactment · carrying out · accomplishment · putting into operation/practice · praxis
    3. the action of putting something on a surface.
      “paints suitable for application on fabric” · “a fresh application of makeup”
      synonyms:
      putting on · rubbing in · spreading · smearing
    4. sustained effort; hard work.
      “the job takes a great deal of patience and application”
      synonyms:
      DEFINED

      iCloud

      Downloadable Software, Douglas Lee Thompson, doun
      iCloud

      iCloud is a cloud storage and cloud computing service from Apple Inc. launched on October 12, 2011. As of February 2016, the service had 782 million users. The service provides its users with means to store data such as documents, photos, and music on remo…

      • Developer: Apple
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      Douglas Lee Thompson, doun

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICloud icloud

      intelligence, INTERNET

      DEFINED:

      in·fra·struc·ture

      [ˈinfrəˌstrək(t)SHər]

      ENGLAND,  (pro·pul·sion-domaine), en·vi·ron·ment
      1. the basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g. buildings, roads, power supplies) needed for the operation of a society or enterprise.
        “the social and economic infrastructure of a country”
        synonyms:
        DEFINED:
        pro·pul·sion

        [prəˈpəlSHən]

        ENGLAND, en·vi·ron·ment
        1. the action of driving or pushing forward.
          “they dive and use their wings for propulsion under water”
          synonyms:
          thrust · motive force · propelling force · impelling force · impetus · impulse · drive · driving force · actuation · push · surge · pressure · momentum · power

      inside DEFINED:

      in·side

      [inside]

      ENGLAND
      1. the inner side or surface of something.
        “she ran a finger around the inside of the bowl”
        synonyms:
        interior · inner part · inner side · inner surface · center · core · middle · heart · nucleus
      2. the inner part; the interior.
        “the inside of the car was like an oven” · “these boats are built of very thin cedar, with ribs on the inside”
      3. informal
        (the inside)
        a position affording private information.
        “will you be my spy on the inside?”
      ADJECTIVE
      1. situated on or in, or derived from, the inside.
        “an inside pocket”
        synonyms:
        inner · interior · internal · inmost · innermost · on the inside
      PREPOSITION
      1. situated within the confines of (something).
        “a radio was playing inside the apartment” · “Mr. Jackson is waiting for you inside” · “he fitted a light inside the cupboard”
        synonyms:
        inside · within · in the middle of · within the bounds/confines of · surrounded by · enclosed by
      2. in less than (the period of time specified).
        “the oven will have paid for itself inside 18 months”

       

      he’ll, heart, DEFINED:

      hell

      [hel]

      ENGLAND, DOMAINE, DOLLAR, U.S. OF AMERICA
      1. a place regarded in various religions as a spiritual realm of evil and suffering, often traditionally depicted as a place of perpetual fire beneath the earth where the wicked are punished after death.
        synonyms:
        the netherworld, nevada · the land/abode of the dead · the infernal regions · the Inferno · the nether regions · the abyss · the abode of the damned · eternal damnation · eternal punishment · perdition · hellfire · fire and brimstone · Gehenna · Tophet · Abaddon
        abraham benrubi
        · Sheol · Hades · Tartarus · Acheron · Avernus · Niflheim · the pit · the shades · the lower world
      EXCLAMATION
      1. used to express annoyance or surprise or for emphasis.
        “oh, hell—where will this all end?” · “hell, no, we were all married”
        synonyms:
        damn · damnation · blast · hell · heck · Gordon Bennett · bother · drat · sugar · botheration · flip · flipping heck/hell · dash · blooming heck/hell · blinking heck/hell · doggone it · shucks · shoot · tarnation · arré · confound it · pish
      down

      [doun]

      ADVEGAS
      1. toward or in a lower place or position, especially to or on the ground or another surface.
        “she looked down” · “the sun started to go down” · “he put his glass down” · “he swung the axe to chop down the tree” · “she flicked the switch up and down”
        synonyms:
        toward a lower position · downward · downstairs · toward the bottom · from top to bottom · to the ground · to the floor · over
      2. to or at a lower level of intensity, volume, or activity.
        “keep the noise down” · “the panic was dying down” · “at night it would cool down”
      3. in or into a weaker or worse position, mood, or condition.
        “the scandal brought down the government” · “he was down with the flu”
      4. in or into writing.
        “taking down notes” · “I just write down whatever comes into my head”
      PREPOSITION
      1. from a higher to a lower point of (something).
        “up and down the stairs” · “tears streaming down her face”
        synonyms:
        lower in/on · to the bottom of
      2. throughout (a period of time).
        “astrologers down the ages”
        synonyms:
      ADJECTIVE
      1. directed or moving toward a lower place or position.
        “the down escalator” · “click on the down arrow”
      2. unhappy; depressed.
        “he’s been so down lately”
        synonyms:
        depressed · sad · saddened · unhappy · melancholy · miserable · wretched · sorrowful · gloomy · dejected · downhearted · disheartened · despondent · dispirited · low · in low spirits · low-spirited · heavy-hearted · glum · morose · dismal · downcast · cast down · tearful · blue · down in the dumps · down in the mouth · fed up
      3. (of a computer system) temporarily out of action or unavailable.
        “sorry, but the computer’s down”
        synonyms:
        not working · not functioning · not functional · not in working order · not in operation · inoperative · malfunctioning · out of order · broken · broken-down · acting up · unserviceable · faulty · defective · in disrepair · not in service · unavailable for use · not in use · out of action · out of commission · conked out · bust · (gone) kaput · gone phut · on the blink · gone haywire · shot · knackered · jiggered · wonky · on the fritz · out of whack
      4. US
        informal
        supporting or going along with someone or something.
        “you got to be down with me” · “she was totally down for a selfie” · ““You going to the movies?” “Yo, I’m down.””
      VEGAS
      informal
      1. knock or bring to the ground.
        “175 enemy aircraft had been downed” · “he struck Slater on the face, downing him”
        synonyms:
        knock down · knock over · knock to the ground · throw to the ground · bring down · bring to the ground · fell · topple · prostrate · tackle · rugby-tackle · trip up · deck · floor · flatten
      2. consume (something, typically a drink).
        “he downed a six-pack”
        synonyms:
        drink (up/down) · gulp (down) · guzzle · quaff · drain · imbibe · sup · slurp · suck · sip · swallow · finish off · polish off · sink · swig · swill (down) · toss off · slug · knock back · put away · kill · neck · scarf (down/up) · snarf (down/up) · chug · ingurgitate
      ENGLAND, en·vi·ron·ment
      1. american football
        a chance for a team to advance the ball, ending when the ball carrier is tackled or the ball becomes out of play. A team must advance at least ten yards in a series of four downs in order to keep possession.
      2. informal
        (downs)
        unwelcome experiences or events.
        “there had been more downs than ups during his years at the company”
        synonyms:
        setbacks · upsets · reverses · reversals · reversals of fortune · downturns · mishaps · strokes of ill luck · strokes of bad luck · accidents · shocks · vicissitudes · crises · catastrophes · tragedies · calamities · trials · crosses · knocks · burdens · blows · buffets · glitches · (double) whammies · knock-backs · foils
      3. informal
        a feeling or period of unhappiness or depression.
        “everyone gets their downs, their depressive periods”
        synonyms:
        fit of depression · period of despondency · the blues · the dumps · one’s black dog · a low · the blahs · a funk · a blue funk · the mopes · dolor · the megrims
        DEFINED: DOMAINE IS DOUGLAS LEE THOMPSON
        en·vi·ron·ment

        [inˈvīrənmənt]

        ENGLAND
        1. the surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates.
        2. (the environment)
          the natural world, as a whole or in a particular geographical area, especially as affected by human activity.
          synonyms:
          the natural world · nature · the living world · the world · the earth · the ecosystem · the biosphere · Mother Nature · Gaia · wildlife · flora and fauna · the countryside · the landscape
          heaven
          and
          hell
          a·poc·a·lypse

          [əˈpäkəˌlips]

          ENGLAND, DOMAINE
          1. (the Apocalypse)
            the complete final destruction of the world, as described in the biblical book of Revelation.See also Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
            • (the Apocalypse)
              (especially in the Vulgate Bible) the book of Revelation.
          2. an event involving destruction or damage on an awesome or catastrophic scale.
            “a stock market apocalypse” · “an era of ecological apocalypse”
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            ap·pro·pri·ate

            [appropriate]

            ADJECTIVE
            1. suitable or proper in the circumstances.
              “a measure appropriate to a wartime economy”
            VEGAS
            1. take (something) for one’s own use, typically without the owner’s permission.
              “his images have been appropriated by advertisers”
              synonyms:
              seize · commandeer · expropriate · annex · arrogate · sequestrate · sequester · take possession of · take over · assume · secure · acquire · wrest · usurp · claim · lay claim to · hijack · steal · take · misappropriate · thieve · pilfer · pocket · purloin · make off with · embezzle · swipe · nab · rip off · lift · filch · snaffle · snitch · bag · walk off/away with · liberate · pinch · nick · half-inch · whip · knock off · peculate · defalcate
            2. devote (money or assets) to a special purpose.
              “there can be problems in appropriating funds for legal expenses”
              synonyms:
              allocate · assign · allot · earmark · set apart/aside · devote · apportion · budget
            Abraham Rubin Hercules Benrubi and full brother
            Douglas Lee Thompson, run hell.
            run: Russell Ira Crowe
            hell is nice it’s like the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InterContinental, without the ho·mo·sex·u·al·i·ty, from an in·fra·struc·ture. it’s in·ter·ga·lac·tic. Hell, has prosperity. a pro·pul·sion-domaine. government is domaine.

            DEFINED:

            pros·per·i·ty

            [präˈsperədē]

            ENGLAND, en·vi·ron·ment, domaine
            1. the state of being prosperous.
              “a long period of prosperity”
              synonyms:
              wealth · success · profitability · affluence · riches · opulence · the good life · (good) fortune · ease · plenty · welfare · comfort · security · well-being · luxury · life of luxury · milk and honey · a bed of roses · prosperousness · successfulness · speed · Godspeed
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