The Word is:”use”


verb: use; 3rd person present: uses; past tense: used; past participle: used; gerund or present participle: using

1. take, hold, or deploy (something) as a means of accomplishing or achieving something; employ.

“she used her key to open the front door”
synonyms: utilize, make use of, avail oneself of, employ, work, operate, wield, ply, apply,
manipulate, put to use, put into service, find a use for, resort to
“she used her key to open the front door”

  • exercise, employ, apply, exert, bring into play, practise, implement, draw on
    “the court will use its discretion in making an order”
  • treat (someone) in a particular way.
    “use your troops well and they will not let you down”
    synonyms: manage, handle, treat, behave towards, act towards, conduct oneself towards, deal
  • with
    “use your troops well and they will not let you down”

    2. take or consume (an amount) from a limited supply.

    “we have used all the available funds”

    take (an illegal drug).
    “they were using heroin daily”

    3. describing an action or situation that was done repeatedly or existed for a period in the past.

    “this road used to be a dirt track”

    4. be or become familiar with (someone or something) through experience.

    “she was used to getting what she wanted”

    5. informal

    one would like or benefit from.
    “I could use another cup of coffee”

    noun: use

    1. the action of using something or the state of being used for a purpose.

    “hyper-modern trains are now in use”
    synonyms: utilization, application, usage, employment, operation, manipulation, manoeuvring
    “they renounced the use of such weapons”

  • exploitation, manipulation;
    abuse, misuse, mistreatment, maltreatment
    “his use of other people for his own ends”
  • the ability or power to exercise or manipulate one’s mind or body.
    “the horse lost the use of his hind legs”
  • 2. the value or advantage of something.

    “it was no use trying to persuade her”
    synonyms: usefulness, advantage, benefit, service, utility, help, good, gain, avail, profit, value,
    worth, point, object, motive, aim, goal, purpose, sense, reason
    “what is the use of that?”

    3. the habitual consumption of a drug.

    “burgling and dealing financed their heroin use”

    4.the characteristic ritual and liturgy of a Christian Church or diocese.

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