For use is phrases such as: "What does that mean?", "What does this word mean?", "Does that mean that the sky is blue?", "This symbol…
Expressing the difference between abstract and concrete. E.g. how do I describe an idea as abstract (e.g. philosophical concepts) as opposed concrete (e.g. building instructions).
to be physically and/or mentally dependent on a certain substance and/or stimulus, e.g. alcohol, drugs, smoking; different from being "dependent on medicine" that keeps one's…
The brew is ready to be drunk at the wedding ceremony. It has been prepared for use. (stative verb/adjective)
This stick is so fragile that even a Ferengi child can snap it in two. (stative verb)
He twisted a rope around the handle of his sword, entwining it to give it a better grip.
be revered or dedicated to a religious purpose or to a deity
operate a pedal attached to a wheel in a continuous circular motion
to make a conceptual distinction between two things
The warrior uses an abrasive file to rub of the image stamped onto his arm by the tattoo artist.