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pried



Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

pry /praɪ/ vb (pries, prying, pried)
  1. (intransitive) often followed by into: to make an impertinent or uninvited inquiry (about a private matter, topic, etc)
n ( pl pries)
  1. the act of prying
  2. a person who pries
Etymology: 14th Century: of unknown origin
pry /praɪ/ vb (pries, prying, pried)
  1. US Canadian to extract or obtain with difficulty: they had to pry the news out of him

Equivalent term (in Britain and other countries): prise Etymology: 14th Century: of unknown origin



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