American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To dwell; abide.
- To be accustomed. See wont.
- n. A dwelling; habitation.
- n. A place of resort.
- n. Custom; habit.
- n. Manner; way.
- n. Preterit and past participle of win.
- An old spelling of wan.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of win.
- v. archaic or obsolete, regional live, remain.
- v. archaic or obsolete, regional be accustomed to do something.
- n. The currency of Korea, making 100 jun in North Korea and 100 jeon in South Korea.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the basic unit of money in North Korea
- adj. not subject to defeat
- n. the basic unit of money in South Korea
- Korean 원 (won) (圓). (Wiktionary)
- Middle English wonen, from Old English wunian; see wen-1 in Indo-European roots.Korean. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“At this time, John Docherty , senior vice president of manufacturing operations, will be taking over many of Mr. Rivet's duties, though his title won't change.”
“The title won a publishing award on Tuesday night, capping off a year in which ad pages were down just 6 percent.”
“Her popularity never came from her track record as governor, so failure to finish the term won't matter that much to her supporters.”
“I think the GOP is happy Bush is finally going on vacation and even happier that his term won't last a whole lot longer.”
“In the concrete entrails of the Tokyo Dome, packs of paparazzi waited hours to pounce for a single snapshot or explanation of a swing from a star of Team Japan, champions of baseball's first attempt at a global tournament, back to defend the title won three years ago.”
“He defends his title won in Greece, just as Natalie Coughlin did.”
“Fiona Apple apparently has an album that is finished and has been ready for release for about 5 years, but her label won't release it because they don't like the sound, but she has some longer term contract for like 4 or 5 more records, so she can't do anything for anyone else Even just a solo effort by herself because of this contract that she has.”
“At some point, hopefully, the label won't be relevant, and it'll get back to sort of a decent state.”
“Others say, according the to the city charter, his term won't expire until 2009.”
“The title won't make any difference in your authority here, and if you do lay claim to the throne of Gram, nobody can say you're a foreign king trying to annex the planet.”
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