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  • See <internalXref urlencoded="ax">ax</internalXref>.
  • <em>ax</em>.
  • See <internalXref urlencoded="ax">ax</internalXref>.
  • An English name of a native species of <em>Lobelia, L. urens.</em>
  • See <xref urlencoded="ax">ax</xref>, <xref urlencoded="axman">axman</xref>.
  • Alternative form of <xref>ask</xref>.
  • The <xref>axle</xref> of a <xref>wheel</xref>.
  • To furnish with an <xref>axle</xref>.
  • A <xref>tool</xref> for <xref>felling</xref> trees or <xref>chopping</xref> wood etc. consisting of a heavy <xref>head</xref> <xref>flattened</xref> to a <xref>blade</xref> on one side, and a <xref>handle</xref> attached to it.
  • An <xref>ancient</xref> <xref>weapon</xref> consisting of a <xref>head</xref> that has one or two <xref>blades</xref> and a long <xref>handle</xref>.
  • A dismissal or rejection.
  • A <xref>gigging</xref> musician's particular instrument, especially a <xref>guitar</xref> in <xref>rock</xref> music or a <xref>saxophone</xref> in jazz.
  • To <xref>fell</xref> or <xref>chop</xref> with an axe.
  • To <xref>terminate</xref> or <xref>reduce</xref> tremendously in a <xref>rough</xref> or <xref>ruthless</xref> manner.
  • To <xref>lay off</xref>: to <xref>terminate</xref> a person's employment
  • chop or split with an ax
  • terminate
  • an edge tool with a heavy bladed head mounted across a handle
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