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Noun
An essential or indispensable element, condition, or ingredient
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An authority or command over something or someone
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The conditions of an agreement
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The limitation or control of someone or something, or the state of being restricted
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Plural for material consisting of threads of cotton, hemp, or other material twisted together to form a thin length
“Mikki was threading lengths of string between four wooden pegs to mark out her chosen plot when the minibus arrived, half an hour later.”
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Plural for a line or sequence of people or things
“It follows then that it would take a string of trucks parked bumper to bumper to do the job.”
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Plural for a sequence, streak or group of similar items or events
“After decades during which she declined to publish because she felt no one was listening to her, this string of awards and honors indeed marked a remarkable change in fortune.”
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Plural for a group of things with something in common
“The Maypole was one of a string of shops in the district selling dairy produce.”
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Plural for a particular rank or level in a tiered system
“Unable to live with being second string, they get angry, become resentful, throw in the towel, and walk away.”
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(strings attached) Plural for a condition or requirement that comes with an agreement
“The tax concession granted by Sarnia to the Bushnell Company had come with several strings attached.”
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(usually "strings") Plural for the stringed instruments in an orchestra
“The album is ripe with folk and country elements and encompasses many instruments, from epic strings to mouth organ and horns.”
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Plural for a large number of similar things coming in quick succession
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Plural for a necklace
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Plural for a continuous period of a given occurrence, event or activity
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Plural for wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain
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Plural for the way in which something progresses or develops
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Plural for a group of individuals forming a collective unit that works together
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Plural for deprivation or restriction of personal liberty or freedom of movement
Verb
To thread (a series of small objects) on a string
“After you string the beads using the first needle and thread, string the beads again using the second needle and thread, but this time going towards the direction of the knot.”
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To hang (something) so that it stretches in, or along, a long line
“We can string the lights up on the beams where there are already nails in place for us to use.”
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To stretch a piece of material over something
“You attach a rope to a harness that is on the cat and string the rope over a massless and frictionless pulley.”
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To pass or wind a length of something through an opening
“Take a hand's length of heavy line and string it through the hook's bend.”
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To finalize or settle
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To make adjustments to (an engine) in order to improve its performance
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To fasten or fix securely in place
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