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New Persian-English dictionary, complete and modern, designed to give the English meanings of over 50,000 words, terms, idioms,and proverbs in the Persian language, as well as the transliteration of the words in English characters



New Persian-English dictionary, complete and modern, designed to give the English meanings of over 50,000 words, terms, idioms,and proverbs in the Persian language, as well as the transliteration of the words in English characters
















Hayyim, Sulayman. New Persian-English dictionary, complete and modern, designed to give the English meanings of over 50,000 words, terms, idioms, and proverbs in the Persian language, as well as the transliteration of the words in English characters. Together with a sufficient treatment of all the grammatical features of the Persian Language. [Teheran, Librairie-imprimerie Béroukhim] 1934-1936.

Copyright © 1934 by Librarie-imprimerie Béroukhim.
No part of this material in the dictionary may be stored, transmitted, retransmitted, lent, or reproduced in any form or medium without the permission of Mr. Darioush Haim.

New Persian-English dictionary includes Perso-Arabic and roman alphabets. The option for exclusively searching entry words only encompasses the Perso-Arabic words. The roman transliteration of entry words

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EXERCISE

Exercise definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

noun
1. 

the exercise of an option

2. 
performance (of duties, functions, etc.)
3. 
activity for the purpose of training or developing the body or mind; systematic practice; esp., bodily exertion for the sake of health
4. 

finger exercises for the piano

6.  US; [pl.]
a set program of formal ceremonies, speeches, etc.

graduation exercises

verb transitiveWord forms: ˈexerˌcised or ˈexerˌcising
7. 

to put into action; use; employ

to exercise self-control

8. 

to carry out (duties, etc.); perform; fulfill

9.  Rare

to use habitually; practice; train

used reflexively or in the passive

she was exercised in virtue

10. 

to put (the body, a muscle, the mind, a skill, etc.) into use so as to develop or
train

12. 
used esp. in the passive

greatly exercised about the decision

13. 
to exert or have (influence, control, authority, etc.)
verb intransitive
14. 

to take exercise; do exercises

SIMILAR

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SUPPLEMENT

definition of supplement by The Free Dictionary

sup·ple·ment

 (sŭp′lə-mənt)

n.

1. Something added to complete a thing, make up for a deficiency, or extend or strengthen the whole.

2. A section added to a book or document to give further information or to correct errors.

3. A separate section devoted to a special subject inserted into a periodical, such as a newspaper.

tr.v. (-mĕnt′) sup·ple·ment·ed, sup·ple·ment·ing, sup·ple·ments

To provide or form a supplement to.


[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin supplēmentum, from supplēre, to complete; see supply.]


sup′ple·men·tar′i·ty (-târ′ĭ-tē) n.

sup′ple·men′ta·ry (-mĕn′tə-rē, -trē), sup′ple·men′tal (-mĕn′tl) adj.

sup′ple·men·ta′tion (-mĕn-tā′shən) n.

American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Copyright © 2016 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.

supplement

n

1. an addition designed to complete, make up for a deficiency, etc

2. (Journalism & Publishing) a section appended to

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HEALTH

definition of health by Medical dictionary

health

 [helth]

a relative state in which one is able to function well physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually in order to express the full range of one’s unique potentialities within the environment in which one is living. In the words of René Dubos, “health is primarily a measure of each person’s ability to do and become what he wants to become.” 

Current views of health and illness recognize health as more than the absence of disease. Realizing that humans are dynamic beings whose state of health can change from day to day or even from hour to hour, leaders in the health field suggest that it is better to think of each person as being located on a graduated scale or continuous spectrum (continuum) ranging from obvious dire illness through the absence of discernible disease to a state of optimal functioning in every aspect of one’s life. High-level

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FITNESS

definition of fitness by The Free Dictionary

The former measured all actions by the unalterable rule of right, and the eternal fitness of things; the latter decided all matters by authority; but in doing this, he always used the scriptures and their commentators, as the lawyer doth his Coke upon Lyttleton, where the comment is of equal authority with the text.
The title suggests all kinds of mysteries; a glance at the chapter-headings quickly confirms the suspicions already aroused, and the sub-title: “A Book for All and None”, generally succeeds in dissipating the last doubts the prospective purchaser may entertain concerning his fitness for the book or its fitness for him.
A Dodson would not be taxed with the omission of anything that was becoming, or that belonged to that eternal fitness of things which was plainly indicated in the practice of the most substantial parishioners, and in the family traditions,–such as obedience to parents, faithfulness to
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FITNESS

What does FITNESS stand for? The Free Dictionary

I have asserted, that true honour and true virtue are almost synonymous terms, and they are both founded on the unalterable rule of right, and the eternal fitness of things; to which an untruth being absolutely repugnant and contrary, it is certain that true honour cannot support an untruth.

“It but remains for this council to command, and Tal Hajus must prove his fitness to rule.

“Chieftains,” continued Lorquas Ptomel, “shall the jeddak, Tal Hajus, prove his fitness to rule over Tars Tarkas?”

The great charm of your sex is its capability of an ardent self-sacrificing affection, and herein we see its fitness to round and complete the existence of our own.
She had intended to teach Anne the childish classic, “Now I lay me down to sleep.” But she had, as I have told you, the glimmerings of a sense of humor–which is simply another name for a sense
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DENTAL

Dental prophylaxis | definition of dental prophylaxis by Medical dictionary

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prophylaxis

 [pro″fĭ-lak´sis]

oral prophylaxis cleaning of the teeth by a dentist or dental hygienist, including removal of plaque, materia alba, calculus, and extrinsic stains; done as a preventive measure for control of gingivitis. Called also dental prophylaxis.

Miller-Keane Encyclopedia and Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing, and Allied Health, Seventh Edition. © 2003 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier, Inc. All rights reserved.

den·tal pro·phy·lax·is

a series of procedures whereby calculus, stain, and other accretions are removed from the crowns and roots of the teeth, and the enamel surfaces are polished.

Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

den·tal proph·y·lax·is

(den’tăl prō’fi-lak’sis)

Measures to promote the health and prevent disease of the teeth and gums that include scaling and polishing procedures performed to remove plaque, calculus, and stains.

Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

den·tal proph·y·lax·is

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EXERCISE

definition of exercise by Medical dictionary

exercise

 [ek´ser-sīz]

performance of physical exertion for improvement of health or correction of physical deformity.

active exercise motion imparted to a part by voluntary contraction and relaxation of its controlling muscles.

active assistive exercise voluntary contraction of muscles controlling a part, assisted by a therapist or by some other means.

aerobic exercise a type of physical activity that increases the heart rate and promotes increased use of oxygen in order to improve the overall body condition.

ballistic stretching e’s rapid, jerky movements employed in exercises to stretch muscles and connective tissue.

cardiovascular exercise exercises to promote improved capacity of the cardiovascular system. They must be administered at least twice weekly, with most programs conducted three to five or more times weekly. The contraction of major muscle groups must be repeated often enough to elevate the heart rate to a target level determined during testing. Used in the treatment

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FITNESS

definition of fitness by Medical dictionary

fit·ness

(fit’nes),

1. Well-being.

2. Suitability.

3. In population genetics, a measure of the relative survival and reproductive success of a given individual or phenotype, or of a population subgroup.

4. A set of attributes, primarily respiratory and cardiovascular, relating to ability to perform tasks requiring expenditure of energy.

Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

fitness

(fĭt′nĭs)

n.

1. The state or condition of being fit; suitability or appropriateness.

2. Good health, especially good physical condition resulting from exercise and proper nutrition.

3. Biology The extent to which an organism is able to produce offspring in a particular environment.

The American Heritage® Medical Dictionary Copyright © 2007, 2004 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Company. All rights reserved.

fitness

Health The ability or capacity to perform a particular task. See Aerobic fitness, Cardioivascular fitness, Physical fitness.

McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by

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FITNESS

Physical fitness | definition of physical fitness by Medical dictionary

physical

 [fiz´ĭ-kal]

pertaining to the body, to material things, or to physics.

physical fitness a state of physiologic well being that is achieved through a combination of good diet, regular physical exercise, and other practices that promote good health.

physical therapist a rehabilitation professional who promotes optimal health and functional independence through the application of scientific principles to prevent, identify, assess, correct, or alleviate acute or chronic movement dysfunction, physical disability, or pain. A physical therapist is a graduate of a physical therapy program approved by a nationally recognized accrediting body or has achieved the documented equivalent in education, training, or experience; in addition, the therapist must meet any current legal requirements of licensure or registration and be currently competent in the field.

Persons wishing to practice as qualified physical therapists must be licensed. All 50 states of the United States, the District of Columbia, and the Commonwealth

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