entendido The term “entendido” commonly refers to a person who understands or comprehends something. It can also be used as an adjective to describe someone who is knowledgeable or well-informed about a specific subject.
ensamble An ensemble refers to a group of individuals, objects, or elements that come together to form a cohesive whole. It typically involves a collective effort or collaboration of multiple parts, often working together harmoniously … Read more
Ensafeverb to make safe
Alex US English David US English Mark US English Daniel British Libby British Mia British Karen Australian Hayley Australian Natasha Australian Veena Indian Priya Indian Neerja Indian Zira US English Oliver British Wendy British Fred … Read more
ENSnoun Etymology: Latin. 1. Any being or existence.2. [In chymistry.] Some things that are pretended to contain all the qualities or virtues of the ingredients they are drawn from in a little room.
Enrum Enrum is a listed mansion on Strandvejen in Vedbæk, Rudersdal Municipality, some 20 kilometres north of Copenhagen, Denmark. The history of the property dates back to 1731 but the current main building was built … Read more
Enrough en-ruf′, v.t. to make rough.
Enronnoun The events that led up to the bankruptcy of the Enron Corporation Etymology: After, major American energy company that collapsed in 2001 due to accounting fraud.
Enrolling of Enroll
Enrolled Billnoun In the USA, Legislation that has been passed by both houses of Congress, signed by their presiding officers, and sent to the President for signature.