dead

  1. people who are no longer living
  2. a time when coldness (or some other quality associated with death) is intense

Dead

1) The plotted height of a piece of suspended scenery or masking. (UK) 2) Props or pieces of set which are no longer required. (UK)

dead

[adj] - devoid of physical sensation 2. [adj] - lacking acoustic resonance 3. [adj] - not yielding a return 4. [adj] - unerringly accurate 5. [adj] - out of use or operation because of a fault or breakdown 6. [adj] - not surviving in active use 7. [adj] - lacking resilience or bounce 8. [adj] - no longer in force ...
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Dead

The predetermined level to which a suspended scenic piece is raised or lowered to take up its correct position in the setting.
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Dead

Pins which fall but stay on the frame after the opening shot. These are not removed and in subsequent shots may be a help (see Lovely dead) or a hindrance (see Robbing dead).
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dead

deadened adjective devoid of physical sensation; numb; `his gums were dead from the novocain`; `she felt no discomfort as the dentist drilled her deadened tooth`; `a public desensitized by continuous television coverage of atrocities`
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dead

defunct adjective no longer in force or use; inactive; `a defunct (or dead) law`; `a defunct organization`
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dead

drained adjective drained of electric charge; discharged; `a dead battery`; `left the lights on and came back to find the battery drained`
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dead

idle adjective not yielding a return; `dead capital`; `idle funds`
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dead

lifeless adjective lacking animation or excitement or activity; `the party being dead we left early`; `it was a lifeless party until she arrived`
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dead

adjective devoid of activity; `this is a dead town; nothing ever happens here`
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dead

adjective no longer having force or relevance; `a dead issue`
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dead

adjective unerringly accurate; `a dead shot`; `took dead aim`
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dead

adjective lacking acoustic resonance; `dead sounds characteristic of some compact discs`; `the dead wall surfaces of a recording studio`
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dead

adjective physically inactive; `Crater Lake is in the crater of a dead volcano of the Cascade Range`
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dead

adjective lacking resilience or bounce; `a dead tennis ball`
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dead

adjective not surviving in active use; `Latin is a dead language`
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dead

adjective out of use or operation because of a fault or breakdown; `a dead telephone line`; `the motor is dead`
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dead

noun people who are no longer living; `they buried the dead`
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dead

noun a time when coldness (or some other quality associated with death) is intense; `the dead of winter`
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dead

dead Metaphysically challenged.
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dead

Type: Term Pronunciation: ded Definitions: 1. Without life. 2. Numb.
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DEAD

Source: Segar`s Baronagium Genealogicum 1764 ...
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dead

qualifies a conductive part when it is not energized
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dead

at a potential equal to or not significantly different from that of earth at the worksite
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