innuendo

  • 1 Innuendo — Студийный альбом Queen …

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  • 2 Innuendo — Studioalbum von Queen Veröffentlichung 4. Februar 1991 Label Parlophone/EMI; Hollywood Rec …

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  • 3 innuendo — in·nu·en·do /ˌi nyü wen dō/ n: a parenthetical explanation of the text of a legal document; esp: an explanation in a complaint for defamation of the defamatory meaning of a statement by the defendant which is not defamatory on its face compare… …

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  • 4 Innuendo — (album) Innuendo Album par Queen Sortie 4 février 1991 (UK) 5 février 1991 (US) Enregistrement mars 1989 novembre 1990 Durée 53 min 48 s Genre(s) Rock …

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  • 5 Innuendo — In nu*en do, n.; pl. {Innuedoes}(?). [L., by intimation, by hinting, gerund of innuere, innutum, to give a nod, to intimate; pref. in in, to + nuere (in comp.) to nod. See {Nutation}.] 1. An oblique hint; a remote allusion or reference, usually… …

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  • 6 innuendo — 1670s, oblique hint, indiscreet suggestion, usually a depreciatory one, from L. innuendo by meaning, pointing to, lit. giving a nod to, ablative of gerund of innuere to mean, signify, lit. to nod to, from in at + nuere to nod (see NUMINOUS (Cf.… …

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  • 7 innuendo — insinuation Analogous words: hinting or hint, intimation, suggestion (see corresponding verbs at SUGGEST): implication, inference: allusion (see corresponding verb at REFER) …

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  • 8 innuendo — meaning ‘an indirectly disparaging hint or remark’, has the plural form innuendoes. The word is derived from a Latin gerund (verbal noun) meaning ‘by nodding at’, i.e. ‘by pointing to, by meaning’. In English it was originally used in legal… …

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  • 9 innuendo — [n] suggestion allusion, aside, aspersion, hint, implication, imputation, insinuation, intimation, overtone, reference, whisper; concepts 75,278 Ant. evidence, proof …

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  • 10 innuendo — ► NOUN (pl. innuendoes or innuendos) ▪ an allusive or oblique remark, typically a suggestive or disparaging one. ORIGIN originally used in legal documents, meaning «that is to say»: from Latin, by nodding at, by pointing to , from in towards +… …

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  • 11 innuendo — [in΄yo͞o en′dō] n. pl. innuendoes or innuendos [L, by nodding to, abl. of ger. of innuere, to nod to, hint < in , in + nuere, to nod < IE base * neu , to jerk, beckon, nod > Sans návatē, (he) turns, L numen, a nod] 1. Law explanatory… …

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  • 12 Innuendo — An innuendo (also called insinuation) is a remark or question, typically disparaging, that works obliquely by allusion. The intention is often to insult or accuse someone in such a way that one s words, taken literally, are innocent. Innuendo can …

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  • 13 Innuendo — Este artículo o sección necesita referencias que aparezcan en una publicación acreditada, como revistas especializadas, monografías, prensa diaria o páginas de Internet fidedignas. Puedes añadirlas así o avisar al autor prin …

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  • 14 innuendo — n. 1) to cast, make an innuendo 2) an innuendo about 3) an innuendo that + clause (she made an innuendo that he had a prison record) * * * [ˌɪnjʊ endəʊ] make aninnuendo an innuendo about to cast an innuendo that + clause (she made an innuendo… …

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  • 15 innuendo — UK [ˌɪnjuˈendəʊ] / US [ˌɪnjuˈendoʊ] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms innuendo : singular innuendo plural innuendoes or innuendos 1) the use of statements with a second possible meaning, usually referring to sex and intended as a joke, or… …

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  • 16 innuendo — [[t]ɪ̱njue̱ndoʊ[/t]] innuendoes, innuendos (plural) N VAR Innuendo is indirect reference to something rude or unpleasant. The report was based on rumours, speculation, and innuendo. ...magazines which are full of sexual innuendo. Syn: insinuation …

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  • 17 Innuendo — In|nu|ẹn|do, das; s, s [engl. innuendo < lat. innuendo = durch Zuwinken, Andeuten, Ablativ des Gerundiums von: innuere = zuwinken] (bildungsspr.): versteckte Andeutung, Anspielung: Keine Publikation hat es in der Technik der Suggestion, ...… …

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  • 18 Innuendo — In|nu|en|do das; s, s <aus gleichbed. engl. innuendo, dies aus lat. innuendo »durch Zuwinken, Andeuten«, Ablativ des Gerundiums von innuere »zuwinken«> versteckte Andeutung, Anspielung …

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  • 19 innuendo — in|nu|en|do [ ,ınju endou ] (plural innuendoes or innuendos) noun count or uncount 1. ) the use of statements with a second possible meaning, usually referring to sex and intended as a joke, or one of these statements: a comic act full of sexual… …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 20 innuendo — [17] An innuendo was originally a hint given with a ‘nod’ or a wink. The word is a derivative of Latin innuere ‘signal to by means of a nod’, a compound verb formed from in ‘towards’ and nuere ‘nod’. The ablative case of its gerund, innuendō ‘by… …

    The Hutchinson dictionary of word origins