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fan1 British & World English

An apparatus with rotating blades that creates a current of air for cooling or ventilation

fan2 British & World English

A person who has a strong interest in or admiration for a particular sport, art form, or famous person

Fang British & World English

A member of a people inhabiting parts of Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon

Fan in Fang British & World English

A member of a people inhabiting parts of Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon

fan-in British & World English

The number of inputs that can be connected to a circuit

fan jet British & World English

another term for turbofan.

fan-out British & World English

The number of inputs that can be connected to a specified output

fan-tan British & World English

A Chinese gambling game in which players try to guess the remainder after the banker has divided a number of hidden objects into four groups

sea fan British & World English

A horny coral with a vertical tree- or fan-like skeleton, living chiefly in warmer seas

fan base British & World English

The fans of a sports team, pop group, etc. considered as a distinct social grouping

fan belt British & World English

(In a motor-vehicle engine) a belt that transmits motion from the driveshaft to the radiator fan and the dynamo or alternator

fan club British & World English

An organized group of fans of a famous person or team

fan dance British & World English

A dance in which the female performer is apparently nude and remains partly concealed throughout by large fans

fan mail British & World English

Letters sent to a famous person from his or her fans

fan palm British & World English

A palm with large lobed fan-shaped leaves

fan vault British & World English

A type of vault consisting of a set of concave ribs spreading out from a central point like the ribs of an opened umbrella, used especially in the English Perpendicular style

fan worm British & World English

A tube-dwelling marine bristle worm which bears a fan-like crown of filaments that are typically brightly coloured and project from the top of the tube, filtering the water for food particles

fan fiction British & World English

Fiction written by a fan of, and featuring characters from, a particular TV series, film, etc.

fan heater British & World English

An electric heater in which a fan drives air over a hot element and back into the room

alluvial fan British & World English

A fan-shaped mass of alluvium deposited as the flow of a river decreases in velocity

fan the flames in fan1 British & World English

Cause an emotion such as anger or hatred to become stronger

fan the flames British & World English

Cause an emotion such as anger or hatred to become stronger

fan-tailed warbler British & World English

A small Old World warbler with streaked plumage and a stubby boldly marked tail

fan out in fan1 British & World English

Disperse or radiate from a central point to cover a wide area

fanboy British & World English

A male fan, especially one who is obsessive about comics, music, film, or science fiction

fangirl British & World English

A female fan, especially one who is obsessive about comics, film, music, or science fiction

when the shit hits the fan in shit British & World English

When the disastrous consequences of something become public

when the shit hits the fan British & World English

When the disastrous consequences of something become public

turbofan British & World English

A jet engine in which a turbine-driven fan provides additional thrust

dwarf or European fan palm in fan palm British & World English

A palm with large lobed fan-shaped leaves

fan1 English Thesaurus

his living room had a couple of ceiling fans

fan2 English Thesaurus

a fan of classical violin music

fan English-Spanish

abanico m

fan fiction English-Spanish

fanfictionficción escrita por un fan de una película, programa de televisión etc., con los personajes que aparecen en los mismos

fan heater English-Spanish

electroconvector, ventiloconvector m

extractor fan English-Spanish

extractor m (de aire)

fan out English-Spanish

abrirse* en abanico


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