forty thousand and four
The word "revolves" is the plural form of the word "revolve" which means to spin or turn.
A form in witch math problems that are written out turn into standard form ex. 500,000,000+30,000,000= 530,000,000
eleven and thirty-seven thousandths
The word turn can be a noun and a verb. The noun form is a change of direction. The verb form means to to change direction.
The letters spell the word solated. It means to turn a liquid into a solid.
The Latin word VERTE is the active singular imperative form of the Latin verb VERTO, and it means 'Turn!' as in e.g. 'Turn the page!'
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The word ween-er could be a form of the word 'weiner', which is a kind of sausage, which in turn could be a slang term for 'penis'.
The word Vanilla comes from the Spanish word "vainilla", diminutive form of "vaina" (meaning "sheath"), which is in turn derived from Latin "vagina".
The word traumatic is the adjective form of the noun trauma.
Four hundred three and six hundred eight thousandths.
Jesus is the English form of the Greek word, which in its turn is from the Hebrew. The Hebrew form of Jesus is Joshua. Joshua is from the Hebrew word that means "saviour" or "salvation"
It comes form the Old English word "cierran" to turn
The adjective form for selection is selective. and the adverb is "selectively".
The word turns is a verb. It is the third person singular present tense of turn. It's also a noun, the plural form of turn.
Christ is from the Koine Greek word Christos, which in turn is the Greek form of the Hebrew word Mashiah(Messiah).
The word shampoo come from India, from the Hindi language word champo which in turn has it origins in Sanskrit and means to to press, knead or soothe
The word turn has 1 syllable.
"Vertere" is the Latin word for 'to turn.'
The possessive form is the children's turn.
The word revolt has multiple definitions. The first definition is to turn against or attempt to change a form of authority. Another definition is to to be disgusted by something.
The English word assured has a number of meanings, such as guaranteed, bold or as a form of insurance has its origins in Old French, which in turn comes from Latin.
"Debris" is a noun. It will not a.) turn into a verb or b.) alter to a past tense form.