- (music) A note that is not or is no longer to be modified by an accidental, denoted by the symbol â™® following the name of the note.
- One with an inherited talent at something.
- He's a on the saxophone.
- (colour) an almost white colour, with tints of grey, yellow or brown.
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- Of or relating to nature.
- Without artificial additives.
- As expected.
- It's natural for business to be slow on Tuesdays.
- (color) Almost white, with tints of grey, yellow or brown; also, the color of a material that has not been adjusted or added to.
- (music) Neither sharp or flat. Denoted â™®.
- Without, or prior to, modification or adjustment.
- So-called second-generation w:Breast implant, silicone breast implants looked and felt more like the breast.
verb (nims, nimming, nimmed or nam, nimmed, nomen, num or numb)
- A game in which players take turns removing objects from heaps.
- (obsolete) (transitive) To take (in all senses); to seize.
- (obsolete) (intransitive) To take one's way; to go.
- (archaic) (slang) (transitive) To steal.
- The digit or figure 9.
- (playing cards) Card with 9 pips.
- (archaic) A wet-nurse.
- A woman who takes care of other people"s young.
verb to nurse
- They hired a to care for their young boy
- A person trained to provide care for the sick.
- The made her rounds through the hospital ward
- to breast feed
- She believes that nursing her baby will make him strong and healthy.
- to care for the sick
- She nursed him back to health
- to treat kindly and with extra care
- She nursed the rosebush and that season it bloomed