position [puh-zish-uhn] Show IPA
|Part of Speech:||noun, verb|
abaxial, abutting, adaxial, adjacent, adjoining, advance, akimbo, aknee, ambient, anterior, antipodal, apical, apposed, arrayed, at hand, axial, back, bordering, cater, central, centric, chirognostic, circumambient, circumferential, circumjacent, close, coaxial, coextensive, coincident, colinear, collateral, collinear, concentric, confocal, consecutive, conterminous, contiguous, convenient, convergent, converse, coplanar, coterminous, covering, crisscross, crossed, deasil, decussate, deep, detached, discontinuous, discrete, distal, distant, distinct, dorsal, dorsolateral, encircling, enclosed, enclosing, encompassing, enveloping, equidistant, equitant, erect, even, exterior, external, face, far, farther, farthest, first, flanking, flush, fore, forward, fringe, fronting, gardant, grufeling, guardant, halfway, hanging, hindmost, hithermost, immediate, indoors, infradig, inner, innermost, insessorial, interior, intermediate, interposed, intersecting, interspersed, intervening, inverted, kitty, lateral, leeward, levitated, local, long, lower, malposed, medial, median, mid, middle, midway, nearby, next, obverse, one, outdoors, outer, outmost, outside, overlying, padmasana, parallel, pendent, peripheral, perpendicular, plumb, point, port, posterior, prone, prostrate, proximal, proximate, quincunx, rear, reclining, rectilinear, recumbent, remote, retral, ringside, rolled, separate, sinistral, situate, situated, square, starboard, stationary, stoss, suburban, suburbicarian, successive, superior, superjacent, supine, surrounding, suspended, topical, topographical, transverse, ulterior, ultimate, uppermost, ventral, windward, zonal
|Category:||4. Monetary Relations|
be poor; want, lack, starve, live from hand to mouth, have seen better days, go down in the world, come upon the parish; go to the dogs, go to wrack and ruin; not have a penny (money), not have a shot in one's locker; beg one's bread; tirer le diable par la queue; run into debt (debt)., render poor; impoverish; reduce, reduce to poverty; pauperize, fleece, ruin, bring to the parish.
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