On The Run

Business / Finance / On The Run: The most recently issued (and typically the most liquid) government bond in a particular maturity range.

Other Words for Run

Run Noun Synonyms: go, cover, pass over, sprint, race
Run Verb Synonyms: sprint, race, scamper, scurry, scud, dart, bolt, dash, flit, tear (along), scoot, scuttle, zip, whiz or whizz, gallop, jog, trot, lope, rush, hurry (up), hasten, scramble, hustle, step lively, hop (to) it, step on it, put on some speed, hie, Collo

Other Words for The

The Adjective Synonyms: drama, the stage, dramaturgy, dramatic or Thespian or histrionic art(s), the boards, show business, showbiz

Orthostatic-Postural Hypotension

Science / Psychiatry / Orthostatic-Postural Hypotension: Sometimes an early side effect when starting certain antipsychotics, characterised by low blood pressure which may cause dizziness and fainting after standing or sitting up quickly. MORE

Oscillation Ripple

Science / Geology / Oscillation Ripple: A ripple with a symmetrical cross section and a sharp peak formed by waves. MORE


Health / Dentistry / Orthodontics: A specialized branch of dentistry that corrects malocclusion and restores the teeth to proper alignment and function. There are several different types of appliances used in orthodontics, one of which MORE


Health / Massage / Ortho-Bionomy: Ortho-Bionomy was developed by the British osteopath Dr. Arthur Lincoln Pauls in the 1970s and has since been refined into a comprehensive system of bodywork that includes a person’s energetic and e MORE


Life Style / Wine Grapes / Orion: Variety derived from a Optima x Seyval Blanc cross. Has synonym name Geilweilerhof GA-58-30. Has achieved some popularity in the United Kingdom as a white wine producer although currently overshadowed MORE

Orphan (international adoption definition)

Life Style / Adoption / Orphan (international adoption definition): For immigration purposes, a child under the age of 16: • whose parents have died or disappeared • who has been abandoned or otherwise separated from both parents • whose sole surviving parent is MORE