Regulations for disposal of solid low-and intermediate level radioactive wastes in rock cavities
It′ll take a lot of muscle to remove the rock .
Sell goods at rock-bottom prices.
Don′t move. I′ll take a photo of you on the rock .
Don′t rock the boat.
The ice is as hard as rock .
Identification method of authigenic clay mineral in sedimentary rock by SEM & XEDS
The boat rubbed against the rock .
The climber mounted to the steep cliff by cutting steps in the rock with his axe.
drill ,electric,hand-held (incl. rock drills)
Rock sb.′s Beliefs
Our store gives special service by selling goods at rock-bottom prices to′ solitary aged and widowed people in this city.
cutting machine,for coal,earth or rock ,(excl. hand tools)self-propelled
highly decomposed volcanic rock
An explosion of gunpowder shatters a rock .
This is the seasonal sale, and we sell our goods at rock-bottom prices.
coal or rock cutter and tunneling machinery ,not self-propelled
coal or rock cutter and tunneling machinery ,self-propelled
Lately they′ve been getting into hard rock .
A huge rock parted the stream.
Rock wool,slag wool and their products for thermal insulation
The truck hit a rock and tumbled over.
Hard metal (carbide)inserts for mining and oil--field rock bits
Rock music flooded over the loudspeaker.
Phosphate rock and concentrate--Determination of fluorine content--Specific ion electrode method
2.(especially with allusion to shipwrecks) a source of danger or destruction.
‘the new system is heading for the _rocks_ ’
‘While his willingness to explore the darker side of marriage makes his movie more perceptive than many others, the film loses its way when love hits the _rocks_ .’
3.A gentle movement to and fro or from side to side.
‘she placed the baby in the cot and gave it a _rock_ ’
4.A kind of hard confectionery in the form of cylindrical peppermint-flavoured sticks.
‘a stick of _rock_ ’
5.A large piece of rock which has become detached from a cliff or mountain; a boulder.
‘the stream flowed through a jumble of _rocks_ ’
‘He lies on a _rock_ , a mountain looming above him and his naked body partially covered by a white dress.’
6.A man's testicles.
7.A mass of rock projecting above the earth's surface or out of the sea.
‘there are dangerous _rocks_ around the island’
‘Helen makes her way to Skerray, a tiny crofting community whose name translates as ‘between the _rocks_ and the sea’.’
8.A precious stone, especially a diamond.
‘Instead of working with flashy, expensive _rocks_ , he preferred to use semiprecious stones - and his wits.’
‘It’s like a trip through a jewelry store that sells nothing but pricey diamond rings with big _rocks_ .’
9.A small piece of crack cocaine.
‘crack sells for $20 a _rock_ ’
‘the police discovered six ounces of _rock_ in his van’
10.A stone of any size.
‘the crowd threw a few _rocks_ and dispersed’
‘I get the feeling I couldn’t throw a _rock_ without hitting a Baldwin.’
11.Any natural material, hard or soft (e.g. clay), having a distinctive mineral composition.
‘The granite fines were a by-product of crushing syenite granite _rock_ .’
‘Karst landscapes are developed wherever soluble carbonate _rocks_ outcrop and where surplus rainfall is available to dissolve the limestone.’
12.Informal name for Gibraltar.
14.Rock and roll.
‘It is a film for everyone, both those who were touched by this era of _rock_ and those who just remember that fleeting second when the world didn’t slow down.’
‘It made me want to run out and start a rockabilly band to pay tribute to _rock_ ’s greatest geek.’
‘the store plays a peculiar blend of 70s and 80s _rock_ ’
‘a _rock_ concert’
16.The solid mineral material forming part of the surface of the earth and other similar planets, exposed on the surface or underlying the soil.
‘the beds of _rock_ are slightly tilted’
‘a piece of _rock_ ’
17.Used to refer to someone or something that is extremely strong, reliable, or hard.
‘the Irish scrum has been as solid as a _rock_ ’
‘It was only sprung on us in the sense that at any point, we could have said ‘no’ and faced the _rock_ that was our boss.’
1.(of a place) be exciting or full of social activity.
‘the new town really _rocks_ ’
2.(with reference to a building or region) shake or cause to shake or vibrate, especially because of an impact, earthquake, or explosion.
‘minutes later a second blast _rocked_ the city’
‘the building began to _rock_ on its foundations’
3.Be very good or pleasing.
‘this is when the job really _rocks_ ’
‘″ The typical comment is, ’ Dude, you _rock_ !, ’’
4.Cause great shock or distress to (someone or something), especially so as to weaken or destabilize.
‘diplomatic upheavals that _rocked_ the British Empire’
‘Particularly good though is Basinger as a mother wanting more from a wounded marriage, _rocked_ by the memory of a painful incident.’
5.Dance to or play rock music.
‘he looked a totally different man and ready to _rock_ ’
‘Despite the odd venue choice, Billy Corgan and his openers still _rocked_ out.’
6.Move gently to and fro or from side to side.
‘she _rocked_ the baby in her arms’
‘the vase _rocked_ back and forth on its base’
7.Wear (a garment) or affect (an attitude or style), especially in a confident or flamboyant way.
‘she was _rocking_ a clingy little leopard-skin number’
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