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Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary
van (noun)
1.
dialect English a winnowing device (as a fan)
2.
- wing
van (noun)
- vanguard
van (noun)
1.
a) a usually enclosed wagon or motortruck used for transportation of goods or animals , also - caravan
b) a multipurpose enclosed motor vehicle having a boxlike shape, rear or side doors, and side panels often with windows
c) a detachable passenger cabin transportable by aircraft or truck
2.
chiefly British an enclosed railroad freight or baggage car
van (verb)
transitive verb
to transport by van
Van (geographical name)
salt lake Turkey in Asia 1419 (3675 ) - E area square miles square kilometers
Merriam-Webster Online Thesaurus
van (noun)
1.
the innovators of new concepts, styles, and techniques especially in the arts
SYNONIMS:
cutting edge, van, vanguard
RELATED WORDS:
underground; avant-gardist, forerunner, pioneer, precursor, trailblazer
NEAR ANTONYMS:
establishment, old guard
van (noun)
2.
the leading or most important part of a movement
SYNONIMS:
cutting edge, front line, leading edge, van, vanguard
RELATED WORDS:
spearhead
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