1. branch => prange => prong. ( b -> p, a -> o, ch -> k -> g ).
2. prod => prong.
3. branch, prod => prong.
- prong (n.)
- early 15c., prange "pointed instrument;" mid-15c., pronge "pain," from Anglo-Latin pronga "prong, pointed tool," of unknown origin, perhaps related to Middle Low German prange "stick, restraining device," prangen "to press, pinch." See also prod, which might be related. Prong-horned antelope is from 1815 (short form pronghorn attested from 1826).
- 1. The second prong of the strategy is the provision of basic social services for the poor.
- 2. The nano - pores prong the sample and are parallel to others.
- 纳米 孔洞是贯穿整个样品厚度的平行孔.
- 3. In old - school training stimulus control with a choke collar or prong collar.
- 4. A prong on an implement such as a fork or pitchfork.
- 5. The first prong will be a military surge.
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