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nut [nʌt] n
agric. noix m; bouchon m; pellet m
chem. mère f
construct. côté rond d'une gueule-de-loup (of meeting stiles of a french window); noix m (of meeting stiles of a french window); noix de serrure; fouillet m
cultur. sillet m
econ. fruit à coque
industr. demi-cadratin m
industr., construct. écrou m
polit. noix et noisettes
stat., agric. fruits à coque
nuts [nʌts] n
chem. grains m
fin., polit., agric. fruits à coque
nat.sc. noix m
nuts not of metal n
gen. écrous non métalliques
nut packing n
transp. écrou presse-étoupe
nuts fruits n
gen. noix m
Nut [nʌt] n
hobby Bicoin m
bolt nut n
pack. écrou m
 English thesaurus
nut [nʌt] n
econ., inf. Operating expenses to be recovered, often deductible in an exhibitor's contract with distributors.
slang crazy person (I think that he is a nut)
NUT [nʌt] abbr.
abbr. Naval Upper Tier; Newman-Unti-Tamburino metric
abbr., ed., scient. Nagaoka University of Technology, Nagaoka, Japan
abbr., el. net under test; number unobtainable tone
abbr., law No Use Talking
abbr., mil., avia. Navy upper tier
abbr., oil nipple up tree
abbr., progr. network update time (ssn)
abbr., st.exch. M L Macadamia Orchards, L. P.
comp., abbr. network under test
nut: 782 phrases in 38 subjects
Agriculture72
Biotechnology3
Botany49
British usage, not spelling1
Chemistry15
Commerce3
Construction23
Cycling other than sport1
Economy1
Electronics8
Entomology12
Finances6
Food industry15
Forestry19
General42
Health care3
Horticulture19
Ichthyology1
Industry34
Informal1
Information technology2
Life sciences3
Materials science17
Mechanic engineering172
Medical1
Metallurgy29
Name of organization3
Natural resourses and wildlife conservation13
Natural sciences32
Ornithology1
Packaging14
Pest control1
Politics2
Scientific2
Soil science1
Technology92
Telecommunications1
Transport68