IN MATH: 1. n. a device for remembering the four multiplications required to compute the product of two binomials: First, Outer, Inner, Last.
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IN ENGLISH: 1. v. to cause to be unsuccessful. EX. The villian tried to foil the hero's plan. 2. n. sheet of metal paper. EX. Wrap the potato in aluminum foil before you bake it.
APPLICATION: See list 220.
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