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  • 1 Vex — Le village de Vex dans la nuit Administration Pays Suisse …

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  • 2 Vex — Escudo …

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  • 3 Vex — Vex, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Vexed}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Vexing}.] [F. vexer, L. vexare, vexatum, to vex, originally, to shake, toss, in carrying, v. intens. fr. vehere, vectum, to carry. See {Vehicle}.] 1. To to?s back and forth; to agitate; to… …

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  • 4 VEX — steht für: eine Gemeinde im Schweizer Kanton Wallis, siehe Vex VS ein Gebiet in der Republik Sacha (Nordost Asien), siehe Vex (Jukagirisch) VEX ist die Abkürzung für: Venus Express Video Extensions for X windows Visual Editor for XML, ein WYSIWYG …

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  • 5 Vex — steht für: eine Gemeinde im Schweizer Kanton Wallis, siehe Vex VS ein Gebiet in der Republik Sacha (Nordost Asien), siehe Vex (Jukagirisch) VEX ist die Abkürzung für: Venus Express Video Extensions for X windows Visual Editor for XML, ein WYSIWYG …

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  • 6 Vex — Vex, v. i. To be irritated; to fret. [R.] Chapman. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 vex — [veks] vt. [ME vexen < MFr vexer, to vex, torment < L vexare, to shake, agitate < pp. stem of vehere, to carry: see WAY] 1. to give trouble to, esp. in a petty or nagging way; disturb, annoy, irritate, etc. 2. to distress, afflict, or… …

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  • 8 vex — index affront, aggravate (annoy), annoy, badger, bait (harass), discommode, discompose …

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  • 9 vex — [veks] v [T] old fashioned [Date: 1400 1500; : Old French; Origin: vexer, from Latin vexare] to make someone feel annoyed or worried >vexing adj ▪ a vexing problem …

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  • 10 vex — [ veks ] verb transitive OLD FASHIONED to make someone annoyed, confused, or worried …

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  • 11 vex — (v.) early 15c., from M.Fr. vexer, from L. vexare to attack, harass, trouble, from vexus, collateral form of vectus, pp. of vehere to draw, carry (see VEHICLE (Cf. vehicle)). Related: VEXED (Cf. Vexed); vexing …

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  • 12 vex — irk, *annoy, bother Analogous words: chafe, fret, gall (see ABRADE): *irritate, exasperate, nettle, provoke Antonyms: please, regale Contrasted words: *pacify, appease, mollify, propitiate …

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  • 13 vex — [v] distress, bother abrade, afflict, aggravate, agitate, anger, annoy, be at, chafe, depress, displease, disquiet, disturb, eat*, embarrass, exasperate, fret, gall*, get in one’s hair*, get under one’s skin*, give a bad time*, give a hard time* …

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  • 14 vex — ► VERB ▪ make annoyed or worried. DERIVATIVES vexation noun. ORIGIN Latin vexare shake, disturb …

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  • 15 vex|ed|ly — «VEHK sihd lee», adverb. with vexation; with a sense of annoyance or vexation …

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  • 16 vex|il|la — «vehk SIHL uh», noun. plural of vexillum …

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  • 17 vex|il — «VEHK suhl», noun. = vexillum. (Cf. ↑vexillum) …

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  • 18 Vex — The Vex Robotics Design System is a robotic kit intended to introduce students as well as adults to the world of robotics. The Vex Robotics Design System is centered around the Vex Starter Kit (which retails for about USD $300). This kit comes… …

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  • 19 vex — con·vex·i·ty; vex·a·tion; vex·a·tious; vex·ed·ly; vex·ed·ness; vex·er; vex·il·late; vex·il·la·tion; vex·il·lum; vex·ing·ly; sil·vex; vex·il·lol·o·gy; con·vex; vex; vex·il·lary; con·vex·ly; con·vex·ness; vex·a·tious·ly; vex·a·tious·ness;… …

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  • 20 Vex VS — VS ist das Kürzel für den Kanton Wallis in der Schweiz und wird verwendet, um Verwechslungen mit anderen Einträgen des Namens Vexf zu vermeiden. Vex …

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