most


most
mȏst m <G mȍsta, N mn mòstovi>
DEFINICIJA
1. građevina ili objekt koji služi za prelaženje ljudi i tereta preko rijeke, morskog tjesnaca, provalije itd. [pontonski most; viseći most; željeznički most]
2. posebna naprava preko koje se silazi s broda na kopno i ulazi s kopna na brod
3. meton. istaknuto ili izbočeno mjesto za neku određenu radnju (dio skakaonice itd.) [komandni most; zračni most]
4. pren. prijelaz, veza, spona
5. med. fiksni zubni nadomjestak
SINTAGMA
zračni most tehn. postupak kojim se uspostavlja veza zrakom s područjem, gradom itd. kojemu je teško ili nemoguće prići kopnom ili vodenim putem
FRAZEOLOGIJA
porušiti sve mostove (za sobom) uništiti svaku mogućnost povratka na prijašnje stanje i odnose;
podići mostove 1. dosl. sazidati itd. mostove 2. potražiti mogućnosti ekonomske, političke i druge suradnje = uspostaviti mostove
ONOMASTIKA
pr. (etnici): Mostèčāk (Mostečȃk) (Ivanec, I Slavonija, Podravina), Mòstina (Dubrovnik, Valpovo, Velika Gorica), Mòstovac (Bjelovar, Prigorje, Podravina, Z Slavonija), Mòstovljan (Đurđevac, Bjelovar), Mostovljánec (Bjelovar, Sesvete)
top.: Mȍstac, Mòstine, Mošćènica i sl.; (naselja): Mòstari (Vrbovec, 176 stan.), Mȏst-Ràša (Labin, 100 stan.), Moščènica (Petrinja, 2831 stan.), Mošćènice (Opatija, 325 stan.), Mošćènička Drȁga (Opatija, 472 stan.), Zȁmost (Čabar, 50 stan.), Zȁmost Bròdskī (Delnice, 38 stan.)
ETIMOLOGIJA
prasl. i stsl. mostъ (rus., polj. most) ← germ. *masta- (stvnjem. mast: štap, jarbol)

Hrvatski jezični portal. 2014.

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  • Most — Most …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • most — [ moust ] function word, quantifier *** Most is the superlative form of much and many and can be used in the following ways: as an adverb (before an adjective or another adverb): a most interesting lecture the question that is asked most often.… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • most — most·lings; most·ly; near·most; neath·most; north·east·ern·most; north·er·most; north·ern·most; north·most; out·er·most; out·most; over·most; pred·most; pri·most; rear·most; right·most; sea·most; south·east·ern·most; south·er·most;… …   English syllables

  • MOST — steht für vergorenen oder unvergorenen Fruchtsaft, siehe Most (Getränk) The Most, eine kanadische Musikgruppe Most (Tschechien) (deutsch Brüx), eine Stadt in der Tschechischen Republik Most, niedersorbische Name der Gemeinde Heinersbrück im… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Most — steht für Fruchtsaft Obstwein in Süddeutschland, der Schweiz und Teilen von Österreich Apfelwein in Wien und den österreichischen Weinanbaugebieten Traubensaft (siehe auch Most (Getränk)) The Most, eine kanadische Musikgruppe Most (Tschechien)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • most — 1. For more and most used in the comparison of adjectives, see adjective 3–4. With adverbs, more and most are normally used when the adverb is formed with ly from an adjective, e.g. most richly, most happily: see er and est forms. The use of most …   Modern English usage

  • Most — (m[=o]st), a., superl. of {More}. [OE. most, mast, mest, AS. m[=ae]st; akin to D. meest, OS. m[=e]st, G. meist, Icel. mestr, Goth. maists; a superl. corresponding to E. more. [root]103. See {More}, a.] 1. Consisting of the greatest number or… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • most — [mōst] adj. [ME < OE mast, used as superl. of micel, big (var. of mycel: see MUCH): akin to Goth maists: for IE base see MORE] 1. compar. of MORE 2. greatest in amount, quantity, or degree: used as the superlative of MUCH 3. greatest in number …   English World dictionary

  • Most — Most, adv. [AS. m[=ae]st. See {Most}, a.] In the greatest or highest degree. [1913 Webster] Those nearest to this king, and most his favorites, were courtiers and prelates. Milton. [1913 Webster] Note: Placed before an adjective or adverb, most… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Most — Héraldique …   Wikipédia en Français


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