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Noun
A tool to which a block of coarse metal is attached, typically used for removing sharp edges or cutting
“Mount the screw in a lathe and use a file to smooth and round the top surface.”
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A line or sequence of people or things
“While I was standing looking on, a file of soldiers marched by me.”
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A document containing information or data on a particular person or thing
“You pull up his file and realize that the insured has endured a string of bad luck recently, this being his third accident in eight months.”
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A list or directory of something
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“It would be great for the electronic health records system to be able to give us a file of patients for whom we have no record of vaccines.”
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A folder used to keep documents in order
“Several documents within the file contained even more serious allegations.”
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(computing) An aggregation of data on a storage device, identified by a name
“Software can be used to scan the file for certain combinations of text.”
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A document or resource with an ordered list of data, records or information
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Location on the world wide web
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A directory located inside another directory
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Facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis
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(usually "papers") An official, legal or personal document
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Basic document file
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A line of motor vehicles causing or the result of traffic congestion or a traffic jam
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A tool used to remove parts of stone, wood or metal
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File for fingernails
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A formal assessment of something with the intention of instituting change if necessary
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Something used to pack an object or group of objects
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To smooth or level out by rubbing or applying friction
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“To prepare your teeth for the veneers, our doctor will lightly file the surface of your teeth to remove a thin layer of enamel.”
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To walk or march through a place in a formal procession
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“We would file into the kitchen quietly and seat ourselves according to Mama's pointing finger, under the eagle glare of Papa at the head of the table.”
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To put in a particular order, place or arrangement
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“The job of staff who worked there was to file the documents alphabetically according to surname.”
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To place somewhere for future use or reference
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“If you aren't working on it right now, just file it away.”
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To record or log information or data
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“A deferred regulation could force the founder to file his personal details with the Registrar of Companies.”
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To put forward a submission or application
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“The agency shall file a civil suit against the borrower for repayment of the loan.”
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To demand or ask for something, especially formally or legally
“I had planned to return to New York and file for divorce against Erich.”
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To cause to become sharp or sharper
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To arrange or form in a straight line, row or column
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To trim the fingernails
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To halt an activity or task temporarily
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To go to law
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To move, especially carefully or skillfully, around obstacles
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