Associations to the word «Must»
MUST, verb. (modal auxiliary) (defective) To do with certainty; indicates that the speaker is certain that the subject will have executed the predicate.
MUST, verb. (modal auxiliary) (defective) To do as a requirement; indicates that the sentence subject is required as an imperative or directive to execute the sentence predicate, with failure to do so resulting in a negative consequence.
MUST, noun. Something that is mandatory or required.
MUST, noun. The property of being stale or musty.
MUST, noun. Something that exhibits the property of being stale or musty.
MUST, noun. Fruit juice that will ferment or has fermented, usually grapes.
MUST, verb. (transitive) To make musty.
MUST, verb. (intransitive) To become musty.
MUST, noun. A time during which male elephants exhibit increased levels of sexual activity and aggressiveness (also spelled musth).
MUST, noun. An elephant in this sexual and aggressive state.
MUST NEEDS, adverb. (dated) Hyperbolic extension to needs, meaning "must necessarily"
MUST NOT, verb. Used to indicate that something is forbidden.
MUST OF, verb. Eye dialect misspelling and mispronunciation of must have or must've.
MUST WEIGHT, noun. A measure of the amount of sugar in grape juice
MUST, noun. A necessary or essential thing; "seat belts are an absolute must".
MUST, noun. Grape juice before or during fermentation.
MUST, noun. The quality of smelling or tasting old or stale or mouldy.
MUST, adjective. Highly recommended; "a book that is must reading".
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