evening

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈiːvnɪŋ/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈivnɪŋ/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ēvning)



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Sense: Noun: dusk
Synonyms:
nightfall, sunset , sundown, late afternoon, dusk , night , twilight , crepuscule, eve , eventide (dated)
Sense: Noun: latter stage of something
Synonyms:
latter stage, latter part, autumn , last part


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Sense: Adjective: flat
Synonyms:
flat , smooth , level , flush , plane , true , uniform , aligned, in alignment, evenly spaced, lined up, neat , horizontal
Sense: Adjective: constant
Synonyms:
constant , consistent , uniform , steady , regular , stable , unfluctuating, unvarying, continuous , continual, linear
Sense: Adjective: equal
Synonyms:
equal , matching , identical, equivalent , balanced , the same, like , alike , on an equal footing, evenly matched
Sense: Adjective: tied - score, competitors, etc.
Synonyms:
tied, drawn , level , equal , a tie, a draw, neck and neck, even-stevens (slang), even-steven (slang), with nothing between them, too close to call
Sense: Adverb: used as an intensifier
Synonyms:
still , yet , all the
Sense: Verb: flatten
Synonyms:
even out, even off, flatten , smooth , smooth out, level , level out, level off, make sth flat, make sth even, make sth level, press sth flat
Sense: Verb: equalize
Synonyms:
equalize, equalise (UK), square , balance , standardize, standardise (UK), make sth equal, make sth even

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