Associations to the word «Dart»
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DART, noun. A pointed missile weapon, intended to be thrown by the hand; a short lance; a javelin; any sharp-pointed missile weapon, as an arrow.
DART, noun. Anything resembling such a pointed missile weapon; anything that pierces or wounds like such a weapon.
DART, noun. (Australia) (obsolete) A plan or scheme.
DART, noun. A sudden or fast movement.
DART, noun. (sewing) A fold that is stitched on a garment.
DART, noun. A fish; the dace.
DART, noun. (in the plural) A game of throwing darts at a target.
DART, verb. (transitive) To throw with a sudden effort or thrust, as a dart or other missile weapon; to hurl or launch.
DART, verb. (transitive) To send forth suddenly or rapidly; to emit; to shoot
DART, verb. (intransitive) To fly or pass swiftly, as a dart; to move rapidly in one direction; to shoot out quickly
DART, verb. (intransitive) To start and run with speed; to shoot rapidly along
DART, noun. Disaster assistance response team.
DART, noun. Disaster animal response team.
DART, noun. Disaster area response team.
DART, noun. Disaster assistance and rescue team.
DART, noun. Disaster response team.
DART, proper noun. Dublin Area Rapid Transport.
DART SAC, noun. A sac connected with the reproductive organs of land snails, containing a dart, or arrow-like structure.
DART TAG, noun. (sports) (games) a game/sport similar to paintball using suction darts fired from air pistols to tag out your opponents
DART TAG, noun. (sports) (games) by extension, the variant game/sport that uses soft headed tag darts instead of suction cups
DART, noun. A small narrow pointed missile that is thrown or shot.
DART, noun. A tapered tuck made in dressmaking.
DART, noun. A sudden quick movement.
DART, verb. Move along rapidly and lightly; skim or dart; "The hummingbird flitted among the branches".
DART, verb. Run or move very quickly or hastily; "She dashed into the yard".
DART, verb. Move with sudden speed; "His forefinger darted in all directions as he spoke".
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