to make something longer, wider or looser, for example by pulling it (such as a piece of clothing, a body part, or a muscle)
near or at the top of something; in a higher position, rank, or place than someone or something else
to put something into a bag, box, or container
to form a hole, tunnel, opening, etc. in the ground by removing soil, sand, snow, etc.
to enhance or get better in value or quality or to become better than before
to break open, apart, or into pieces usually from impact or from pressure from within
a curved or bent tool for catching, holding, or pulling something, hanging things on, catching fish, etc.
a part of the sea or large lake that is partially enclosed by a curve in the land
someone who steals
a small creature with six legs and a body divided into three parts
(for solids) to become liquid, usually because of heat
worried, frightened, or uneasy
to clean something by a material against a surface to remove dirt, liquid, etc.
a collection of documents, papers, or data
to become or to cause to become larger or greater in size, amount, number, etc.
to disagree with someone in words, usually in an angry way
the shares of a company or corporation, usually represented by transferable certificates
not firmly or tightly fit or fixed in place; unconfined or inexact
to disapprove of and attempt to prevent, especially by argument
to lift someone or something to a higher standing, position, or level, or to increase the amount or degree of something