Synonyms of file in English:

file1

noun

  • 1 he opened the file and began to read
  • 2 we maintain files on all the major companies
    dossier, document, record, report, case history, case study;
    (files)data, information, particulars, case notes, documentation, annals, archives
  • 3 when saving a file the summary information menu may be displayed
    batch of data, document, text;
  • verb

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  • 1 make sure that this material is filed in such a way that it is easy to find
    categorize, classify, organize, put in place, put in order, order, arrange, catalogue, tabulate, index, pigeonhole;
    put on record, record, enter, store, log, archive
  • 2 Debbie has filed for divorce
    apply, put in, register, sign up, ask
  • 3 two women have filed a civil suit against him
    bring, press, lodge, place, lay, prefer, put forward, present, submit
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    Synonyms of file in English:

    file2

    noun

  • a file of boys in football kit making their way along the path
    line, column, row, string, chain, queue, procession, train, convoy, caravan
    British informal crocodile
  • verb

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  • we filed out into the car park
    walk in a line, proceed in a line, march, parade, troop, pass in formation
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    Synonyms of file in English:

    file3

    verb

  • when I have nothing else to do I file my nails
    smooth, buff, rub, rub down, polish, burnish, furbish;
    shape, refine;
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