2. appear, become visible, come into view or sight, turn up, show oneself, present oneself; come to light, reveal oneself, Motion Pictures, fade in; emerge, rise, arise, issue, come forth, burst forth.
3. incorporate, embody, reify, personify; corporeal-ize, substantialize, substantiate, transubstantiate; incarnate, reincarnate.
materially, adj. 1. considerably, greatly, to a great extent, much, largely, in great measure; enormously, immensely, vastly, momentously; significantly, importantly, tellingly, memorably, emphatically.
2. substantially, essentially, in essence, in substance, at the core, at the heart, in the main; fundamentally, basically, primarily, at bottom, Fr. au fond, Latin, per se.
3. physically, corporeally, substantially, somatically; palpably, tangibly, sensibly, ponderably.
materiel, n. 1. equipment, apparatus, gear, accouterments, furnishings, furniture, appurtenances, appointments; tools, contrivances, machinery; implements, appliances, utensils, office supplies, conveniences; fixtures, fittings, paraphernalia, habiliments, Inf. things; outfit, outfitting, turnout, rig; supplies, material, wherewithal; caparison, harness, trappings, tack, tackle, rigging.
2. Military, arms, armaments, weapons, guns, munitions, ammunition,
maternal, adj. motherly, parental; nurturing, nourishing, fostering; vigilant, guarding, guardian, protecting, protective, sheltering, shielding; sympathetic, understanding, caring, warm, warm-hearted, kind, tender, gentle; affectionate, fond, devoted, doting,
maternity, n. motherhood, parenthood; motherliness, maternalism, protectiveness; tenderness, gentleness, kindness, warmth, warm-heartedness,
mathematical, adj. 1. arithmetical, numerative, numerical, statistical; algebraic, equational, geometrical, trigonometrical, logarithmic, differential; fractional, divisional, multiplicational, additive, subtractive; analytic, holomorphic.
2. precise, exact, definite, well-defined; strict, rigid, rigorous, unerring; particular, careful, correct, punctilious, scrupulous, meticulous, finical,
matin, n. 1. matins Ecclesiastical, first canonical hour; Morning Prayer, public prayer service, daybreak service.
2. morning song, Music, aubade.
matriarch, n. head of household, head of the family; mother, materfamilias, Brit. Inf. mater; dame, matron, elderly woman, grandma, grandmother, ancestress; dowager, duchess, grand duchess, empress, queen, monarch, sovereign, wearer of the crown, ruler, ruler of the roost, mistress,
matriculate, v. enroll, enter, Brit, go up, sign up, enlist, Mil. Inf. re-up; admit, register, record, catalogue, book, inscribe; certify, validate, attest.
matrimonial, adj. marital, nuptial, connubial, conjugal, wedded, married, spousal; hymeneal, epitha-lamic; bridal, affianced, plighted,
matrimony, n. 1. marriage ceremony or sacrament, wedding, nuptials, spousals, espousal, Anc. Rom. confarreation, Inf. saying the I-do's, Inf. tying the knot; All Fig. Hymen, orange blossoms, the march down the aisle.
2. marriage, wedlock, match, union, legal union, nuptial knot, spousehood; cohabitation, living together, living as husband and wife, common-law marriage.
matrix, n. mold, die, last, stamp, cast, mint, form, format, frame; punch, seal, intaglio, lithographic stone; prototype, pattern, model, example, exemplar, original.
My Account / Test History
I read it in one and a half hour.
I read it in one and a half hours.
In English, use the plural with anything greater than one, even it it's less than two.