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نماد اعتماد الکترونیکی
جدول محاسبه زمان و تخفیف
    تعداد کلمات
    زمان عادی تحویل فوری
    درصد تخفیف
    1 - 1500
    0.5 - 2 روز
    حداکثر 1 روز
    1500 - 4000
    3 - 5 روز
    حداکثر 3 روز
    4000 - 8000
    6 - 9 روز
    حداکثر 5 روز
    با لای 8000
    1000 کلمه روزانه
    1500 کلمه روزانه
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Words of the Day
Stowaway n. Person who hides on a ship or aircraft etc. To travel free.Straightforward adj. 1 honest or frank. 2 (of a task etc.) Simple.Strange adj. 1 unusual, peculiar, surprising, eccentric. 2 (often foll. By to) unfamiliar, foreign. 3 (foll. By to) unaccustomed. 4 not at ease.  strangely adv. Strangeness n. [french estrange from latin extraneus]Spark �n. 1 fiery particle thrown from a fire, alight in ashes, or produced by a flint, match, etc. 2 (often foll. By of) small amount (spark of interest). 3 a flash of light between electric conductors etc. B this serving to ignite the explosive mixture in an internal-combustion engine. 4 a flash of wit etc. B (also bright spark) witty or lively person. �v. 1 emit a spark or sparks. 2 (often foll. By off) stir into activity; initiate.  sparky adj. [old english]Strategic adj. 1 of or promoting strategy. 2 (of materials) essential in war. 3 (of bombing or weapons) done or for use as a longer-term military objective.  strategically adv.Streak �n. 1 long thin usu. Irregular line or band, esp. Of colour. 2 strain in a person's character. 3 spell or series (winning streak). �v. 1 mark with streaks. 2 move very rapidly. 3 colloq. Run naked in public.  streaker n. [old english, = pen-stroke]Strenuous adj. 1 requiring or using great effort. 2 energetic.  strenuously adv. [latin]Strict adj. 1 precisely limited or defined; undeviating (strict diet). 2 requiring complete obedience or exact performance.  strictly speaking applying words or rules in their strict sense. strictly adv. Strictness n. [latin stringo strict- draw tight] String-course n. Raised horizontal band of bricks etc. On a building.Spat1 past and past part. Of *spit1.Spanking �adj. 1 brisk. 2 colloq. Striking; excellent. �adv. Colloq. Very (spanking new). �n. Slapping on the buttocks.