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1. prepare (Verb)

95 synonyms
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. adapt 5 letters 50 synonyms
2. adjust 6 letters 117 synonyms
3. align 5 letters 38 synonyms
4. anticipate 10 letters 69 synonyms
5. arrange 7 letters 172 synonyms
6. attune 6 letters 19 synonyms
7. await 5 letters 21 synonym
8. boil 4 letters 61 synonym
9. brew 4 letters 40 synonyms
10. brush 5 letters 73 synonyms
11. co-ordinate 10 letters 38 synonyms
12. coddle 6 letters 28 synonyms
13. comb 4 letters 26 synonyms
14. combine 7 letters 118 synonyms
15. compose 7 letters 117 synonyms
16. compound 8 letters 118 synonyms
17. concoct 7 letters 58 synonyms
18. constitute 10 letters 53 synonyms
19. construct 9 letters 50 synonyms
20. contriveen.synonym.one 8 letters 97 synonyms
21. control 7 letters 278 synonyms
22. cook 4 letters 47 synonyms
23. count on 7 letters 20 synonyms
24. cultivate 9 letters 81 synonym
25. depend on 8 letters 21 synonym
26. design 6 letters 196 synonyms
27. develop 7 letters 111 synonyms
28. devise 6 letters 81 synonym
29. discipline 10 letters 97 synonyms
30. dispose 7 letters 75 synonyms
31. draw 4 letters 171 synonym
32. draw up 6 letters 32 synonyms
33. dress 5 letters 104 synonyms
34. drill 5 letters 90 synonyms
35. dry 3 letters 117 synonyms
36. educate 7 letters 38 synonyms
37. equip 5 letters 55 synonyms
38. exercise 8 letters 122 synonyms
39. ferment 7 letters 47 synonyms
40. fit 3 letters 199 synonyms
41. fit out 6 letters 26 synonyms
42. fix 3 letters 201 synonym
43. form 4 letters 224 synonyms
44. formulate 9 letters 64 synonyms
45. fortify 7 letters 76 synonyms
46. frame 5 letters 142 synonyms
47. furnish 7 letters 79 synonyms
48. gear 4 letters 63 synonyms
49. gear up 6 letters 5 synonyms
50. geten.synonym.one 3 letters 175 synonyms
51. get ready 8 letters 10 synonyms
52. get up 5 letters 59 synonyms
53. gird 4 letters 29 synonyms
54. groom 5 letters 18 synonyms
55. harden 6 letters 66 synonyms
56. harness 7 letters 51 synonym
57. hatch 5 letters 70 synonyms
58. hope for 7 letters 8 synonyms
59. institute 9 letters 47 synonyms
60. invent 6 letters 51 synonym
61. machinate 9 letters 29 synonyms
62. make 4 letters 207 synonyms
63. make ready 9 letters 25 synonyms
64. make up 6 letters 74 synonyms
65. manufacture 11 letters 60 synonyms
66. match 5 letters 138 synonyms
67. mix 3 letters 99 synonyms
68. mull 4 letters 20 synonyms
69. order 5 letters 378 synonyms
70. organise 8 letters 64 synonyms
71. organize 8 letters 61 synonym
72. ornament 8 letters 57 synonyms
73. outfit 6 letters 71 synonym
74. parboil 7 letters 14 synonyms
75. parch 5 letters 29 synonyms
76. plan 4 letters 206 synonyms
77. predispose 10 letters 21 synonym
78. prime 5 letters 106 synonyms
79. provide 7 letters 79 synonyms
80. ready 5 letters 112 synonyms
81. regulate 8 letters 107 synonyms
82. set 3 letters 325 synonyms
83. set up 5 letters 71 synonym
84. steel 5 letters 26 synonyms
85. stock 5 letters 160 synonyms
86. strengthen 10 letters 69 synonyms
87. supply 6 letters 91 synonym
88. support 7 letters 347 synonyms
89. synthesise 10 letters 35 synonyms
90. synthesize 10 letters 35 synonyms
91. train 5 letters 114 synonyms
92. trim 4 letters 157 synonyms
93. tune 4 letters 59 synonyms
94. wait for 7 letters 18 synonyms
95. write 5 letters 36 synonyms
8 definitions
prepare (Verb) —   Make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc 1 example
1. ex. "prepare for war"
prepare (Verb) —   (of food) combine or process (e.g. heat) to make ready for eating 1 example
1. ex. "prepare me dinner, please"
prepare (Verb) —   Put together a text, either for written or spoken delivery 2 examples
1. ex. "prepare a report"
2. ex. "prepare a speech"
prepare (Verb) —   Arrange by systematic planning and united effort 1 example
1. ex. "prepare a strike"
prepare (Verb) —   Educate for a future role or function 1 example
1. ex. "The prince was prepared to become King one day"
prepare (Verb) —   Create by training and teaching 1 example
1. ex. "The old master is preparing world-class violinists"
prepare (Verb) —   (music) lead up to and soften by sounding the dissonant note in it as a consonant note in the preceding chord 1 example
1. ex. "prepare the discord in bar 139"
prepare (Verb) —   Undergo training or instruction in preparation for a particular role, function, or profession 1 example
1. ex. "She is preparing to be a teacher"
17 types of
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. alter 5 letters 64 synonyms
2. change 6 letters 177 synonyms
3. create 6 letters 79 synonyms
4. create from raw material 21 letter 1 synonym
5. create from raw stuff 18 letters 1 synonym
6. educate 7 letters 38 synonyms
7. initiate 8 letters 60 synonyms
8. instruct 8 letters 69 synonyms
9. learn 5 letters 55 synonyms
10. make 4 letters 207 synonyms
11. modify 6 letters 42 synonyms
12. pioneer 7 letters 37 synonyms
13. read 4 letters 40 synonyms
14. sound 5 letters 208 synonyms
15. study 5 letters 161 synonym
16. take 4 letters 209 synonyms
17. teach 5 letters 79 synonyms
51 type
# Word Number of letters Number of synonyms
1. sandwich 8 letters 0 synonyms
2. apprentice 10 letters 36 synonyms
3. brace 5 letters 121 synonym
4. concoct 7 letters 58 synonyms
5. cook up 6 letters 5 synonyms
6. cram 4 letters 53 synonyms
7. crop 4 letters 77 synonyms
8. cultivate 9 letters 81 synonym
9. deglaze 7 letters 0 synonyms
10. devil 5 letters 61 synonym
11. dispose 7 letters 75 synonyms
12. dress 5 letters 104 synonyms
13. dress out 8 letters 1 synonym
14. drill 5 letters 90 synonyms
15. embattle 8 letters 0 synonyms
16. escallop 8 letters 4 synonyms
17. fix 3 letters 201 synonym
18. flambe 6 letters 0 synonyms
19. house-train 10 letters 1 synonym
20. housebreak 10 letters 2 synonyms
21. keep 4 letters 112 synonyms
22. lard 4 letters 18 synonyms
23. lay 3 letters 156 synonyms
24. lay out 6 letters 24 synonyms
25. mount 5 letters 73 synonyms
26. poise 5 letters 115 synonyms
27. precondition 12 letters 4 synonyms
28. precook 7 letters 0 synonyms
29. preserve 8 letters 66 synonyms
30. prime 5 letters 106 synonyms
31. provide 7 letters 79 synonyms
32. put on 5 letters 81 synonym
33. qualify 7 letters 62 synonyms
34. retrain 7 letters 0 synonyms
35. rough 5 letters 140 synonyms
36. rough in 7 letters 2 synonyms
37. rough out 8 letters 2 synonyms
38. scallop 7 letters 8 synonyms
39. set 3 letters 325 synonyms
40. set up 5 letters 71 synonym
41. socialise 9 letters 13 synonyms
42. socialize 9 letters 14 synonyms
43. spatchcock 10 letters 0 synonyms
44. summerise 9 letters 1 synonym
45. summerize 9 letters 1 synonym
46. toilet-train 11 letters 0 synonyms
47. whip up 6 letters 1 synonym
48. whomp up 7 letters 1 synonym
49. winterise 9 letters 1 synonym
50. winterize 9 letters 1 synonym
51. work 4 letters 204 synonyms
6 misspelling
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adapt, adjust, align, anticipate, arrange, en.synonym.one, attune, await, boil, brew, brush, co-ordinate, coddle, comb, combine, compose, compound, concoct, constitute, construct, contrive, control, cook, count on, cultivate, depend on, en.synonym.one, design, develop, devise, discipline, dispose, draw, draw up, dress, drill, dry, educate, equip, exercise, ferment, fit, fit out, fix, form, formulate, fortify, frame, furnish, gear, gear up, get, en.synonym.one, get ready, get up, gird, groom, harden, harness, hatch, hope for, institute, invent, machinate, make, make ready, make up, manufacture, match, mix, mull, order, organise, organize, ornament, outfit, parboil, parch, plan, predispose, prime, provide, ready, regulate, set, set up, steel, stock, strengthen, supply, support, synthesise, synthesize, train, trim, tune, wait for, write.
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