dun

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To ask or beset a debtor for payment

Of all he had received from Lady Bellaston, not above five guineas remained and that very morning he had been dunned by a tradesman for twice that sum.

Of a brownish grey colour
To harass by continually repeating e.g. a request
Eye dialect spelling of done: simple past tense and past participle of do

Now, ya dun it!.

A brownish grey colour

dun colour:.

A valley in the Himalayan foothills, e.g. Dehra Dun
A collector of debts

Frank's worried about duns,’ she said as the butler went away.

A newly hatched, immature mayfly
to make a demand or repeated demands on for payment
{n} between brown and black, dark, gloomy
{n} a troubleseom clamorous creditor, a color
{v} to press hard or ask offen for a debt
Dial-up Networking WAN Technology Associated with analogue and ISDN modems
Dial-up networking
An urgent request or demand of payment; as, he sent his debtor a dun
done finish
Dial Up Networking Microsoft's name for the bit of Windows that handles modems
Not keen in edge or point; lacking sharpness; blunt
f: hill, mountain, moor 30
{f} demand payment
a color varying around light grayish brown; "she wore a dun raincoat"
Insensible; unfeeling
Acronym for Dial-Up Networking
Same as Don't: Actually, i dun find fault in Elvin
Something that is dun is a dull grey-brown colour. her dun mare. a brownish-grey colour
horse of a dull brownish gray color a color varying around light grayish brown; "she wore a dun raincoat"
Fort
make a dun color
{i} demand for payment; creditor
persistently ask for overdue payment; "The grocer dunned his customers every day by telephone"
treat cruelly; "The children tormented the stuttering teacher"
Not bright or clear to the eye; wanting in liveliness of color or luster; not vivid; obscure; dim; as, a dull fire or lamp; a dull red or yellow; a dull mirror
A mound or small hill
To persistently demand payment of a delinquent account
demand repeatedly, as in: The collection agency went to great lengths to dun him for payment of his bills
Heavy; gross; cloggy; insensible; spiritless; lifeless; inert
a variable color averaging a nearly neutral slightly brownish dark gray
Dial Up Networking: The item within Windows 9X that allows you to connect to the internet using a modem
To cure, as codfish, in a particular manner, by laying them, after salting, in a pile in a dark place, covered with salt grass or some like substance
To ask or beset, as a debtor, for payment; to urge importunately
Dial Up Networking A way to connect to a network, including home networks, by dialing in over phone lines to a modem on a computer acting as a server
A fortified Iron Age dwelling comprising a solid dry-stone wall with a door and enclosing an area containing houses or tents There may be have been a timber or thatch roof Typically, they were circular or oval in plan, with an internal diameter of around 60 ft A galleried dun had thicker walls which contained stairs, giving access to the roof, and to rooms and galleries within the walls, much like a broch Some archaeologists use the term semi-broch A promontory dun was built across the neck of a coastal or inland promontory of land Note that several Scottish monuments which are called duns - Dun Carloway, Dun Troddan and Dun Telve - are in fact brochs Some were in use until the mediæval period See Blockhouse, Wheelhouse
This is a standard color of a horse Light to medium sand colored with dark skin The horse will have dark points (mane, tail, and lower legs )
One who duns; a dunner
of a dull grayish brown to brownish gray color; "the dun and dreary prairie"
cure by salting; "dun codfish"
Of a dark color; of a color partaking of a brown and black; of a dull brown color; swarthy
A remote network that can be accessed via a telephone number Also provides modular support for multiple dial-up providers with support for a variety of different protocols
Color pattern found frequently among mustangs, usually marked by dorsal stripe, black points, and sometimes zebra stripes on lower legs Basic colors vary from Buckskin (yellow or tan); Grulla (bluish gray); to red
horse of a dull brownish gray color
Dial-up Networking – A part of the Windows 95/98 operating system used for initializing communications between modems and establishing new connections to remote dial-up services
make a dun color cure by salting; "dun codfish"
horse of a dull brownish gray color a color varying around light grayish brown; "she wore a dun raincoat" make a dun color cure by salting; "dun codfish" persistently ask for overdue payment; "The grocer dunned his customers every day by telephone" of a dull grayish brown to brownish gray color; "the dun and dreary prairie" Insensible; unfeeling
colloquial, eye dialect, done, nodot=1, past of do, nocap=1
signifies a fortress or fortified place, usually on a hill Originally it meant a heap, mound or hill, and the use of these places as fortresses led to its present meaning
Furnishing little delight, spirit, or variety; uninteresting; tedious; cheerless; gloomy; melancholy; depressing; as, a dull story or sermon; a dull occupation or period; hence, cloudy; overcast; as, a dull day
American dun-bar
a species of moth found in parts North America
American dun-bars
plural form of American dun-bar
Dehra Dun
The state capital of Uttaranchal (India)
dunner
One employed in soliciting the payment of debts
dunner
{n} one who is employed to get in debts
dunning
{a} pressing often or much for a debt
Mao Dun
or Mao Tun orig. Shen Dehong or Shen Yanbing born July 4, 1896, Tongxiang, Zhejiang province, China died March 27, 1981, Beijing Chinese literary critic, author, and editor. A founder of the League of Left-Wing Writers (1930), he served as minister of culture after the communist government was established (1949-64). Many Western critics consider his trilogy of novellas Shi (1930; "Eclipse") to be his masterpiece. English translations of his works include Spring Silkworms and Other Stories (1956) and the novel Rainbow (1992). He is generally considered China's greatest novelist of realism
dunned
past of dun
dunner
{i} person whose job is to solicit the payment of debts
dunning
present participle of dun
dunning
Attempt to collect a debt
dunning
(Ticaret) An accounts receivable function that uses an escalating series of notices and defined verbiage to document the contacts and attempts made in collecting payment from a customer. Evidence of the attempts are a legal requirement in certain countries if claims are made for unpaid bills
duns
plural of dun
duns
third-person singular of dun
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dan dun
Bang!Bang! (imitating the sounds of shooting)
dun

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    dʌn

    Telaffuz

    /ˈdən/ /ˈdʌn/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'd&n ] (adjective.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English dunn, from Late Brythonic (cf. Old Welsh dwnn 'dark (red)'), from Proto-Celtic *dusno (cf. Old Irish donn), from Proto-Indo-European *dwos (cf. Old English dosan 'chestnut brown'). More at dusk.

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