ffile, fiile, fil, filee, fille, ile, phile
File — synonyms, definition
1. file (Noun)
Indian file caravan card file column convoy cordon cortege data base data file document echelon file cabinet filing cabinet filing system fleet information line metal tool procession program • • •
file (Noun) — A set of related records (either written or electronic) kept together.
file (Noun) — A line of persons or things ranged one behind the other.
file (Noun) — Office furniture consisting of a container for keeping papers in order.
file (Noun) — A steel hand tool with small sharp teeth on some or all of its surfaces; used for smoothing wood or metal.
4 types of
hand tool line office furniture record
Combined DNA Index System blunt file card catalog card catalogue card index column computer file flat file mug book mug file nailfile rasp rat-tail file round file snake dance taper file tickler tickler file vertical file wood file
2. file (Verb)
abrade alphabetise alphabetize apply arrange associate assort bray catalogue categorise categorize chafe charge classify crush deposit dispose distribute divide file away • • •
file (Verb) — (law) record in a public office or in a court of law.
ex. "file a complaint" ex. "file for divorce"
file (Verb) — Smooth with a file.
ex. "file one's fingernails"
file (Verb) — Proceed in line.
ex. "The students filed into the classroom"
file (Verb) — Place a formal charge against.
ex. "The suspect was filed with murdering his wife"
file (Verb) — Place in a container for keeping records.
ex. "File these bills, please" ex. "file away these bills, please"
12 types of
accuse criminate enter impeach incriminate march process put down record register smooth smoothen
2 see also
file in file out