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لديها 4 خطابات ( b o s s )         1 حروف العلة ( o )         3 الحروف الساكنة ( b s s )         كلمة على العكس من ذلك ssob

التي في فئةENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
معلومات عن الموضوع

English - Pronunciation

* (Received Pronunciation): IPA(key): /bɒs/ * (General American): IPA(key): /bɔs/ * (_cot_–_caught_ merger, Canada): IPA(key): /bɑs/ * Rhymes: -ɒs

التي في فئةENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
معلومات عن الموضوع

English - Etymology 1

From Middle English _bos_, _bose_, _boce_, from Old French _boce_ (“lump, bulge, protuberance, knot”), from Old Frankish _*bottja_ ("a shoot, sprout"; whence also Italian _boccia_, _bocciolo_ (“bud”); Italian _bozzo_ (“bump”); French _bosse_ (“bump,hump”)), a derivative of Old Frankish _*bōtan_ (“to push, thrust, strike, beat”), from Proto-Germanic _*bautaną_ (“to push, beat”), from Proto-Indo-European _*bʰÀud-_, _*bʰÀu-_ (“to beat, push, strike”). Cognate with Old Frisian _botta_ (“a shock, thrust, blow”), Middle Low German _bote_, _bōte_ (“bundle of flax”), Old High German _bōzo_ (“bundle of flax”), Old High German _bōz_ (“a blow”). More at beat. NOUN BOSS (_plural_ BOSSES) * A swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object. * (geology) A lump-like mass of rock, especially one projecting through a stratum of different rock. * A convex protuberance in hammered work, especially the rounded projection in the centre of a shield. * (mechanics) A protrusion, frequently a cylinder of material that extends beyond a hole. * (architecture) A knob or projection, usually at the intersection of ribs in a vault. * (archery) the target block, made of foam but historically made of hay bales, to which a target face is attached. * A wooden vessel for the mortar used in tiling or masonry, hung by a hook from the laths, or from the rounds of a ladder. (Can we find and add a quotation of Gwilt to this entry?) * A head or reservoir of water. DERIVED TERMS * bossless * bosslike * emboss TRANSLATIONS VERB BOSS (_third-person singular simple present_ BOSSES, _present participle_ BOSSING, _simple past and past participle_ BOSSED) * (transitive) To decorate with bosses; to emboss.

From Middle English bos, bose, boce, from Old French boce (lump, bulge, protuberance, knot), from Old Frankish *bottja ("a shoot, sprout"; whence also Italian boccia, bocciolo (bud); Italian bozzo (bump); French bosse (bump,hump)), a derivative of Old Frankish *bōtan (to push, thrust, strike, beat), from Proto-Germanic *bautaną (to push, beat), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰÀud-, *bʰÀu- (to beat, push, strike). Cognate with Old Frisian botta (a shock, thrust, blow), Middle Low German bote, bōte (bundle of flax), Old High German bōzo (bundle of flax), Old High German bōz (a blow). More at beat.

Noun

boss (plural bosses)

  1. A swelling, lump or protuberance in an animal, person or object.
  2. (geology) A lump-like mass of rock, especially one projecting through a stratum of different rock.
  3. A convex protuberance in hammered work, especially the rounded projection in the centre of a shield.
  4. (mechanics) A protrusion, frequently a cylinder of material that extends beyond a hole.
  5. (architecture) A knob or projection, usually at the intersection of ribs in a vault.
  6. (archery) the target block, made of foam but historically made of hay bales, to which a target face is attached.
  7. A wooden vessel for the mortar used in tiling or masonry, hung by a hook from the laths, or from the rounds of a ladder.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Gwilt to this entry?)
  8. A head or reservoir of water.
Derived terms
Translations

Verb

boss (third-person singular simple present bosses, present participle bossing, simple past and past participle bossed)

  1. (transitive) To decorate with bosses; to emboss.

التي في فئةENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 2
معلومات عن الموضوع

English - Etymology 2

Apparently a corruption of _bass_. NOUN BOSS (_plural_ BOSSES) * (obsolete) A hassock or small seat, especially made from a bundle of straw. * 1916, James Joyce, _Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Macmillan Press Ltd, paperback, 36:_ All were waiting : uncle Charles, who sat far away in the shadow of the window, Dante and Mr Casey, who sat in the easy chairs at either side of the hearth, Stephen, seated on a chair between them, his feet resting on a toasting BOSS. SYNONYMS * (hassock or footrest): footrest, hassock TRANSLATIONS

Apparently a corruption of bass.

Noun

boss (plural bosses)

  1. (obsolete) A hassock or small seat, especially made from a bundle of straw.
Synonyms
Translations

التي في فئةENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 3
معلومات عن الموضوع

English - Etymology 3

From Dutch _baas_, from Middle Dutch _baes_ (“master of a household, friend”), from Old Dutch _*baso_ (“uncle, kinsman”), from Proto-Germanic _*baswô_, masculine form of Proto-Germanic _*baswǭ_ (“father's sister, aunt, cousin”). Cognate with Middle Low German _bās_ (“supervisor, foreman”), Old Frisian _bas_ (“master”), Old High German _basa_ ("father's sister, cousin"; > German _Base_ (“aunt, cousin”)). Originally a term of respect used to address an older relative, later, in New Amsterdam, it began to mean a person in charge who is not a master. NOUN BOSS (_plural_ BOSSES) * A person who oversees and directs the work of others; a supervisor. * A person in charge of a business or company. _Chat turned to whisper when the BOSS entered the conference room._ _My BOSS complains that I'm always late to work._ * A leader, the head of an organized group or team. _They named him BOSS because he had good leadership skills._ * The head of a political party in a given region or district. _He is the Republican BOSS in Kentucky._ * (informal) A term of address to a man. _Yes, BOSS._ * (video games) An enemy, often at the end of a level, that is particularly challenging and must be beaten in order to progress. * (humorous) Wife. _There's no olive oil, will sunflower oil do? — I'll have to run that by the BOSS._ SYNONYMS * (person in charge of a business or company): employer * (person who oversees and directs the work of others): line manager, manager, supervisor * (leader of an organized group or team): head, leader * (head of a political party in a given region or district): leader * (informal: term of address to a man): gov/guv (UK), guvnor (UK), mate (UK) * See also Wikisaurus:boss DERIVED TERMS * boss battle * boss fight * miniboss * final boss * show someone who's boss * you're the boss TRANSLATIONS VERB BOSS (_third-person singular simple present_ BOSSES, _present participle_ BOSSING, _simple past and past participle_ BOSSED) * (transitive) To exercise authoritative control over; to lord over; to boss around; to tell (someone) what to do, often repeatedly. * 1931, Robert L. May, _Rudolph_, _The Red-Nosed Reindeer_, Montgomery Ward (publisher): By YOU last night’s journey was actually BOSSED / Without you, I’m certain, we’d all have been lost. * 1932, Lorine Pruette, _The Parent and the Happy Child_, page 76 His sisters BOSSED him and spoiled him. All their lives he was to go on being their little brother, who could do no wrong, because he was the baby; [...] * 1967, Pelham Grenville Wodehouse, _The purloined paperweight_, page 90 She BOSSED him, and he's never gotten over it. She still orders him around, and instead of telling her to go soak her head, he just says 'Yes, ma'am' as weak as a newborn jellyfish [...] * 1980, Jean Toomer _The wayward and the seeking: a collection of writings by Jean Toomer_, page 40 For if, on the one hand, I BOSSED him and showed him what to do and how to do it, [...] DERIVED TERMS * boss about, boss around TRANSLATIONS ADJECTIVE BOSS (_not comparable_) * (slang, US, Liverpudlian) Of excellent quality, first-rate. _Don't you think surfing's BOSS?_

From Dutch baas, from Middle Dutch baes (master of a household, friend), from Old Dutch *baso (uncle, kinsman), from Proto-Germanic *baswô, masculine form of Proto-Germanic *baswǭ (father's sister, aunt, cousin). Cognate with Middle Low German bās (supervisor, foreman), Old Frisian bas (master), Old High German basa ("father's sister, cousin"; > German Base (aunt, cousin)).

Originally a term of respect used to address an older relative, later, in New Amsterdam, it began to mean a person in charge who is not a master.

Noun

boss (plural bosses)

  1. A person who oversees and directs the work of others; a supervisor.
  2. A person in charge of a business or company.
    Chat turned to whisper when the boss entered the conference room.
    My boss complains that I'm always late to work.
  3. A leader, the head of an organized group or team.
    They named him boss because he had good leadership skills.
  4. The head of a political party in a given region or district.
    He is the Republican boss in Kentucky.
  5. (informal) A term of address to a man.
    Yes, boss.
  6. (video games) An enemy, often at the end of a level, that is particularly challenging and must be beaten in order to progress.
  7. (humorous) Wife.
    There's no olive oil, will sunflower oil do? — I'll have to run that by the boss.
Synonyms
Derived terms
Translations

Verb

boss (third-person singular simple present bosses, present participle bossing, simple past and past participle bossed)

  1. (transitive) To exercise authoritative control over; to lord over; to boss around; to tell (someone) what to do, often repeatedly.
Derived terms
Translations

Adjective

boss (not comparable)

  1. (slang, US, Liverpudlian) Of excellent quality, first-rate.
    Don't you think surfing's boss?

التي في فئةENGLISH - ANAGRAMS
معلومات عن الموضوع

English - Anagrams

* BSOs * sobs

التي في فئةITALIAN - ETYMOLOGY
معلومات عن الموضوع

Italian - Etymology

English

English

التي في فئةITALIAN - NOUN
معلومات عن الموضوع

Italian - Noun

BOSS m (_invariable_) * boss (_leader of a business, company or criminal organization_) SYNONYMS * capo

boss m (invariable)

  1. boss (leader of a business, company or criminal organization)

Synonyms

التي في فئةNORWEGIAN BOKMÅL - ETYMOLOGY 1
معلومات عن الموضوع

Norwegian Bokmål - Etymology 1

ALTERNATIVE FORMS * bøss NOUN BOSS n (_definite singular_ BOSSET; _uncountable_) * garbage, rubbish, trash (leftover waste to be discarded) USAGE NOTES Used mainly in the Bergen region.

Alternative forms

  • bøss

Noun

boss n (definite singular bosset; uncountable)

  1. garbage, rubbish, trash (leftover waste to be discarded)
Usage notes

Used mainly in the Bergen region.

التي في فئةNORWEGIAN BOKMÅL - ETYMOLOGY 2
معلومات عن الموضوع

Norwegian Bokmål - Etymology 2

NOUN BOSS m (_definite singular_ BOSSEN, _indefinite plural_ BOSSER, _definite plural_ BOSSENE) * (colloquial) boss, supervisor (someone who oversees work) * boss (final enemy in a video game)

Noun

boss m (definite singular bossen, indefinite plural bosser, definite plural bossene)

  1. (colloquial) boss, supervisor (someone who oversees work)
  2. boss (final enemy in a video game)

التي في فئةSWEDISH - NOUN
معلومات عن الموضوع

Swedish - Noun

BOSS c * (video games) boss; final enemy * (colloquial) boss, supervisor; someone who oversees work DECLENSION

boss c

  1. (video games) boss; final enemy
  2. (colloquial) boss, supervisor; someone who oversees work

Declension


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