Die

Business / Machine Shop / Die: A tool used to form or stamp out metal parts', also, a tool used to cut external threads.

Other Words for Die

Die Noun Synonyms: lose one's life, lay down one's life, perish, expire, decease, suffer death, Euphemistic depart, give up the ghost, be no more, (go to) meet one's Maker, breathe one's last, go to the happy hunting-grounds, go to one's reward
Die Verb Synonyms: troubled, troubling, tough, burdensome, onerous, demanding, trying, hard, grim, dark, unfavorable, straitening
Die Adjective Synonyms: expire, end, stop, cease
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Recommended Dietary Intake (RDI)

Health / Vitamins / Recommended Dietary Intake (RDI): Recommended dietary intake. The amount of a nutrient necessary to prevent deficiency symptoms (Australia) or Reference daily intakes, a new term used to refer to the US RDAs (see US RDA). MORE

Dietary Reference Intake (DRI)

Health / Vitamins / Dietary Reference Intake (DRI): A new set of dietary guidelines that provide sets of measures for each nutrient, including Adequate Intake (AI), Estimated Average Requirements (EAR), Torerable Upper Intake Level (UL) and Recommended MORE

Medieval Estates Satire

Entertainment / Literature / Medieval Estates Satire: A medieval genre common among French poets in which the speaker lists various occupations among the three estates of feudalism (nobles, peasants, and clergy) and depicts them in a manner that shows ho MORE

Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA)

Health / Vitamins / Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA): Recommended dietary allowance. The amount of a nutrient necessary to prevent deficiency symptoms (USA old definition). The dietary intake level that is sufficient to meet the nutrients requirements of MORE

Gradient Flow

Science / Tides and Currents / Gradient Flow: A solution of the relative hydrodynamic equations of motion in which only the horizontal Coriolis, pressure gradient, and centrifugal forces are considered. MORE

Target Audience

Technology / Television (TV) / Target Audience: The audience most desired by advertisers in terms of potential product/service usage and revenue potential. MORE

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