res


res
ac·ri·do·the·res;
ad·u·la·res·cence;
an·ti·res·o·nance;
api·ko·res;
ar·bo·res·cence;
ar·bo·res·cent;
ar·res·ta·tion;
ar·res·tive;
ba·res·ma;
be·res·o·vite;
cal·o·res·cence;
car·dio·res·pi·ra·to·ry;
cath·o·do·flu·o·res·cence;
clam·a·to·res;
cur·so·res;
def·lo·res·cence;
de·res·i·nate;
des·ma·res·tia;
des·ma·res·ti·a·les;
do·ga·res·sa;
ef·flo·res·cence;
ef·flo·res·cent;
flo·res;
flo·res·cence;
flo·res·cent;
flu·o·res·ce·in;
flu·o·res·cence;
fo·res·tial;
ger·res;
gli·res;
gral·la·to·res;
helic·te·res;
he·res;
in·ses·so·res;
jugu·la·res;
ka·ma·res;
ke·res;
lem·u·res;
mac·ro·chi·res;
mat·u·res·cence;
mat·u·res·cent;
mo·res;
myx·o·gas·te·res;
no·to·ed·res;
pa·res·sí;
pei·res·kia;
pe·res·kia;
phos·pho·res·cence;
phos·pho·res·cent;
pin·no·the·res;
pur·pu·res·cent;
qua·res·ma;
ra·so·res;
RES;
res·acetophenone;
res;
res·azurin;
res·cous;
res·cu·able;
res·cue;
res·cue·less;
res·cu·er;
res·e·da·ce·ae;
res·ene;
res·er·va·tion;
res·er·va·tion·ist;
res·i·ance;
res·i·denc·er;
res·i·den·cia;
res·i·den·cy;
res·i·dent·er;
res·i·den·ti·ary·ship;
res·i·dent·ship;
res·ig·na·tion;
res·ig·na·tion·ism;
res·ig·na·tion·ist;
res·in·a·ceous;
res·in·er;
res·in·ic;
res·in·if·er·ous;
res·in·i·fy;
res·in·ize;
res·in·og·e·nous;
res·in·og·ra·phy;
res·in·ol;
res·in·osis;
res·in·ous;
res·in·ous·ly;
res·in·ous·ness;
res·iny;
res·i·pis·cence;
res·ite;
res·i·tol;
res·na·tron;
res·ol;
res·o·lute·ly;
res·o·lute·ness;
res·o·lu·tion;
res·o·lu·tion·ary;
res·o·lu·tion·er;
res·o·lu·tion·ist;
res·o·nant·ly;
res·o·nate;
res·o·na·tor;
res·orcin;
res·orcinol;
res·or·cyl·ic;
res·o·ru·fin;
res·pi·ra·bil·i·ty;
res·pi·ra·ble;
res·pi·rat·ing;
res·pi·ra·tion;
res·pi·ra·tion·al;
res·pi·ra·tor;
res·pi·ra·to·ri·um;
res·pi·ra·to·ry;
res·pi·rom·e·ter;
res·pi·rom·e·try;
res·pite·less;
res·sault·ed;
res·tau·rant;
res·tau·rant·er;
res·tau·ra·teur;
res·tau·ra·tor;
res·tau·ra·trice;
res·tiff;
res·ti·form;
res·tio;
res·ti·o·na·ce·ae;
res·ti·tute;
res·ti·tu·tio;
res·ti·tu·tion;
res·ti·tu·tion·ism;
res·ti·tu·tion·ist;
res·ti·tu·tive;
res·ti·tu·to·ry;
res·tive;
res·tive·ly;
res·tive·ness;
res·to·ra·tion·er;
res·to·ra·tion·ism;
res·to·ra·tion·ist;
res·to·ra·tor;
res·ty;
res·ur·rect;
res·ur·rec·tion·al;
res·ur·rec·tion·ary;
res·ur·rec·tion·er;
res·ur·rec·tion·ism;
res·ur·rec·tion·ist;
res·ur·rec·tion·ize;
res·ur·rec·tive;
res·ur·rec·tor;
rev·i·res·cence;
rev·i·res·cent;
sam·i·res·ite;
scan·so·res;
sil·u·res;
su·res;
ter·res·tri·al·ly;
vi·res·cence;
vi·res·cent;
ar·res·tant;
bar·ba·res·co;
res·pi·ro·met·ric;
res·sen·ti·ment;
res·ver·atrol;
flu·o·res·cent;
mo·res·co;
rap·to·res;
res·er·voir;
res·i·ant;
res·i·dence;
res·i·dent;
res·i·den·tial;
res·i·den·ti·ary;
res·i·due;
res·in;
res·in·ate;
res·in·oid;
res·o·lute;
res·o·nance;
res·o·nant;
res·pite;
res·tau·ra·tion;
res·to·ra·tion;
res·ur·rec·tion;
se·res;
ter·res·tri·al;
aero·res·o·na·tor;
an·ti·res·o·nant;
ar·bo·res·cent·ly;
ar·res·tor;
cal·o·res·cent;
de·res·i·na·tion;
des·ma·res·ti·a·ceous;
gem·mip·a·res;
lau·res·ti·nus;
phos·pho·res·cent·ly;
plat·e·res·co;
recuperato·res;
res·e·da·ceous;
res·i·an·cy;
res·i·den·ti·al·i·ty;
res·i·den·tial·ly;
res·pi·ra·ble·ness;
res·tau·ran·teur;
res·tif;
res·ti·o·na·ceous;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • res — / rās, rēz/ n [Latin] 1: a thing (as a property, interest, or status) as opposed to a person that is the object of rights and esp. that is the subject matter of litigation a court with jurisdiction over the res of the suit compare in personam, in …   Law dictionary

  • Res — (r?z), n.; pl. {Res}. [L.] A thing; the particular thing; a matter; a point. [1913 Webster] {Res gest[ae]} [L., things done] (Law), the facts which form the environment of a litigated issue. Wharton. {Res judicata} [L.] (Law), a thing… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Res — (r?z), n.; pl. {Res}. [L.] A thing; the particular thing; a matter; a point. [1913 Webster] {Res gest[ae]} [L., things done] (Law), the facts which form the environment of a litigated issue. Wharton. {Res judicata} [L.] (Law), a thing… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Res — 〈f.; , ; Philos.〉 Ding, Sache ● Res cogitans 〈nach Descartes〉 das denkende Ding; Res extensa 〈nach Descartes〉 das ausgedehnte Ding [lat.] * * * Res, die; , [lat. res] (Philos.): Sache, Ding, Gegenstand …   Universal-Lexikon

  • RES — – The School for Renewable Energy Science Nom original RES Orkuskólinn Localisation Localisation Akureyri, Islande Informations Fondation 2006 Directeur Gudj …   Wikipédia en Français

  • RES —         (лат.) вещь (в широком смысле: реальность), предмет, событии. Философский энциклопедический словарь. М.: Советская энциклопедия. Гл. редакция: Л. Ф. Ильичёв, П. Н. Федосеев, С. М. Ковалёв, В. Г. Панов. 1983 …   Философская энциклопедия

  • Res — die; , <aus gleichbed. lat. res> Sache, Ding, Gegenstand (Philos.); Res cogitans [ ko:...]: denkendes Wesen, Geist, Seele; Res ext′ensa: ausgedehntes Wesen, Materie, Körper (Descartes; Philos.) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • rés — adj. 2 g. 1. Raso; rente. • adv. 2. Cerce. 3. Usado nas locução ao rés de e rés de, à superfície de, ao longo de, encostado a.   • Confrontar: rês …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • res — (Del lat. res, cosa, propiedad). 1. f. Animal cuadrúpedo de ciertas especies domésticas, como del ganado vacuno, lanar, etc., o de los salvajes, como venados, jabalíes, etc. 2. Col.), Ecuad.), El Salv.), Guat. y Méx. Animal vacuno. res de vientre …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • res — res1 [rās, rēz, rez, res] n. pl. res [L res, a thing: see REAL1] Law 1. a thing; object 2. matter; case; point; action res2 abbrev. 1. research 2. reservat …   English World dictionary