activity
n.

1) to engage in, participate in, take part in an activity (all students take part in extracurricular activities)

2) to resume one's activities

3) to break off, terminate an activity

4) to curb; paralyze activity (business activity was paralyzed)

5) bustling, constant, feverish, furious, uninterrupted activity

6) behind-the-scenes; business, economic; cultural; intellectual; physical; political; scientific; subversive; terrorist activity

7) extracurricular; recreational; social; union activities

8) to buzz, hum with activity

9) a burst of activity

* * *
[æk'tɪvɪtɪ]
constant
cultural
economic
feverish
hum with activity
intellectual
participate in
physical
political
recreational
scientific
social
subversive
terminate an activity
terrorist activity
uninterrupted activity
union activityies
take part in an activity (all students take part in extracurricular activityies)
paralyze activity (business activity was paralyzed)
a burst of activity
behind-the-scenes
bustling
extracurricular
to break off
to buzz
to curb
to engage in
to resume one's activityies

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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