second halfNot all went well as the second half began.
second time‘Sure?’ she said for a second time.
during the secondThe cause of recovering Greenham Common for the people has been taken up by the author of Watership Down, Mr Richard Adams, who knew the area before it was requisitioned during the second world war.
second roundThe second round is due to take place on 28 March.
second divisionThey will, er they say a second division team will win it this year.
first and secondThat year was the high point of the concentration of marital fertility on first and second births.
second partThe second part related to prisoners serving life sentences.
second goalThe second goal doesn't deserve comment.
second groupThe second group there, including yourself will be group B.
second world warsecond world war
second setIf there is any space above the main doors, a filler panel can be added or, if high enough, a second set of storage cupboards.
second waveWhat does this survey of the impact of the second wave tell us about the likely impact of the third wave in the 1990s and the consequences for developing managers?
second quarter netGeneral Automation Inc has reported second quarter net profits down 40.5% at $477,000 after tax credits of $225,000 this time.
second centuryAn even more natural centre for economic growth was the junction of Ermine Street and Stane Street at Braughing, where, from the second century onwards, there were several possible strip buildings associated with bone-, iron- and copper-working.
second languageThe ‘monitor’ corrects or edits the output of the second language user.
second or thirdThe first changes of net water and ion transport were observed after the second or third hour after administration of cholera toxin.
second reasonThe second reason has to do with a simple fact of communication.
second generation‘We, the second generation of Pininfarina, had given him great joy and pride.
second and thirdHe decided to go on to the second and third caves, determined to find what he was looking for.