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A synonym is a word that means the same, or almost the same thing, as another word.

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M-W recognizes use of the word antipathy for: 3 : an object of aversion Although phrases like he is my antipathy" seem to be very rare in English and probably a calque.
answered Nov 26 '15 by macraf
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A very rare word which you are looking for is probably numericize / numericise. Wiktionary defines it as: To represent using numbers; to digitize.
answered Nov 7 '15 by macraf
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The technique to include concealed messages in otherwise non-secret texts or media is called steganography. The above Wikipedia article defines the secret data as payload ("The payload is the data co …
answered Nov 11 '15 by macraf
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The pairs are symmetric to each other. That's the type of rotational symmetry.
answered Jun 16 '16 by macraf
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There's an old, idiomatic expression which might be used for more than two results of the action: one fell swoop per wiktionary
answered Nov 16 '15 by macraf