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Synonyms for second

more

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  • more
  • second helpings
  • a second helping
  • a further helping

imperfect goods

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  • imperfect goods
  • rejects
  • faulty goods
  • inferior goods
  • defective goods
  • flawed goods

support

second to none

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moment

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Synonyms for second

a person who holds a position auxiliary to another and assumes some of the superior's responsibilities

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the fielding position of the player on a baseball team who is stationed near the second of the bases in the infield

following the first in an ordering or series

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a 60th part of a minute of arc

the official attendant of a contestant in a duel or boxing match

a speech seconding a motion

the gear that has the second lowest forward gear ratio in the gear box of a motor vehicle

merchandise that has imperfections

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give support or one's approval to

transfer an employee to a different, temporary assignment

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coming next after the first in position in space or time or degree or magnitude

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a part or voice or instrument or orchestra section lower in pitch than or subordinate to the first

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in the second place

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Caleb Hanif won the 200m in a fast 23.30 seconds and was second over 100m in 11.7 seconds.
If one is not confused as yet, A second could be another well met.
JAMES ANDERSON yesterday became only the fourth Englishman to reach 300 Test wickets when he had Peter Fulton caught at second slip at Lord's.
On the college and professional levels, the snap time is .7 seconds for 14 or 15 yards.
The machine has a 19.7-in square pallet that can be changed in just six seconds.
Bush's second term, if it comes, will fail, and America will thereafter change course; democracy and common sense will assert themselves in the end.
A second officer, who was assisting the patrol officer in the chase, pursued the passenger of the van, who ran in another direction.
Anyway, the dose was dropped, and, two weeks later, the new pro-time was reported as 22 seconds. I asked the nurse who called with the results and the doctor's new dosage schedule what the ratio was, and she said emphatically, "We don't use those here." I hadn't heard that tone since I was an intem dealing with a very senior nurse.
To meet the criteria for cultivating these systems, all of the running procedures described here can be completed in 75 seconds or less.
With Earth continuing to grow more sluggish, scientists note, leap seconds will have to be introduced more and more frequently.
The machine will be shown with an Automatic Part Tracking robot that uses a timing belt and new programming software to allow the robot to "chase" the moving platen and strip the part while the mold is still opening, shaving seconds off cycle time.
The strength / power workout could be two seconds to push or pull (contraction) and three to four seconds to return to the start position (eccentric phase of the lift) with a 60 to 90-second rest between sets.
The cure will take place at room temperature in a few hours although when heated can cure in a matter of seconds. The platinum catalyzed cure system yields products with the following characteristic properties:
Experiments directed by Richard Jung of the University of Freiburg, West Germany, indicate that RPs start up to three seconds before the repeated writing of words such as one's name.
When your opponent is ahead near the end of the game, they will seek to run time off the clock--allow the play clock to run down 20 or more seconds before snapping the ball.