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forutsetning
condition
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  • noe som må være tilstede for at noe annet skal kunne skje; en nødvendig del av omgivelsene; betingelse
  • generelt gode muligheter

Beispiele für " condition "
  • '1945' German armed forces surrendered unconditionally on May 7. Hostilities in Europe ended officially at midnight, May 8. 1945. — Winston Churchill, s:Winston Churchill announces the Surrender of Broadcast from the House of Commons, May 8, 1945.
  • Environmental protection is a 'condition' for sustainability‎.
  • What other planets might have the right 'conditions' for life?
  • The union had a dispute over sick time and other 'conditions' of employment.
  • My aunt couldn't walk up the stairs in her 'condition'.
  • National reports on the 'condition' of public education are dismal.
  • The 'condition' of man can be classified as civilized or uncivilized.
  • Hypnosis is a peculiar 'condition' of the nervous system.
  • Steps were taken to ameliorate the 'condition' of slavery.
  • Security is defined as the 'condition' of not being threatened.
  • Aging is a 'condition' over which we are powerless.
  • A man of his 'condition' has no place to make request.
  • I became 'conditioned' to the absence of seasons in San Diego.
  • They were 'conditioning' their shins in their karate class.
  • en bonne condition - In good condition
  • A implies B is a 'conditional'.
  • A implies B is a 'conditional' statement.
  • We demand your 'unconditional' surrender.
  • In hot, muggy climates, some people air-condition their garage.
  • Our servers are kept in an 'air-conditioned' room.
  • A marriage licence is a 'precondition' for a wedding.
  • In hot, muggy climates, some people 'air-condition' their garage.
  • and are 'conditionals' in some programming languages.
  • "A implies B" is a 'conditional' statement.
  • "A implies B" is a 'conditional'.
  • Francis Bacon
  • Le couple se contentait de soirées entre amis de conditions diverses. — The couple was content with partying with friends from all walks of life.
  • McElrath
  • to 'condition' a student who has failed in some branch of study
  • I made my son a 'conditional' promise: I would buy him a bike if he kept his room tidy.
  • a 'conditional' word, mode, or tense
  • Environmental protection is a 'condition' for sustainability‎.   What other planets might have the right 'conditions' for life?   The union had a dispute over sick time and other 'conditions' of employment.
  • My aunt couldn't walk up the stairs in her 'condition'.
  • National reports on the 'condition' of public education are dismal.   The 'condition' of man can be classified as civilized or uncivilized.
  • Hypnosis is a peculiar 'condition' of the nervous system.   Steps were taken to ameliorate the 'condition' of slavery.   Security is defined as the 'condition' of not being threatened.   Aging is a 'condition' over which we are powerless.
  • Wooden garden furniture must be well oiled as it is continuously exposed to 'weather'.
  • Wyclif
  • to 'weather' a cape; to 'weather' another ship
  • Joshua 'weathered' a collision with a freighter near South Africa.
  • Encyc. Brit.
  • "A implies B" is a 'conditional'.
  • and are 'conditionals' in some programming languages.
  • Francis Bacon
  • I made my son a 'conditional' promise: I would buy him a bike if he kept his room tidy.
  • "A implies B" is a 'conditional' statement.
  • a 'conditional' word, mode, or tense
  • Nothing in this world is truly 'permanent'.
  • The countries are now locked in a 'permanent' state of conflict.
  • The refugees returned to their native 'soil'.
  • night 'soil'
  • Light colours 'soil' sooner than dark ones.
  • Shakespeare
  • to 'soil' a horse
  • His kite got caught at the 'top' of the tree.
  • Headings appear at the 'tops' of pages.
  • Further weather information can be found at the 'top' of your television screen.
  • Put a 'top' on the toothpaste tube or it will go bad.
  • I bought this 'top' as it matches by jeans.
  • The boy was amazed at how long the 'top' would spin.
  • I prefer being a 'top', and my boyfriend prefers being a bottom.
  • She sang at the 'top' of her voice.
  • I like my ice cream 'topped' with chocolate sauce.
  • I don't want to be bald, so just 'top' my hair.
  • 'Top' and tail the carrots.
  • Titanic was the most-successful film ever until it was 'topped' by another Cameron film, Avatar.
  • Celine Dion 'topped' the UK music charts twice in the 1990s.
  • Depression causes many people to 'top' themselves.
  • I used to be a slave, but I ended up 'topping'.
  • Giving advice to the dominant partner on how to run the BDSM session is called "'topping' from the bottom".
  • lofty ridges and 'topping' mountains
  • Derham
  • 'topping' passions
  • Dryden
  • She's in the 'top' dance school.
  • He's a 'top' lawyer.
  • That is a 'top' car.
  • She came 'top' in her French exam.
  • I was left my father's lang=en
  • He is in the motor lang=en
  • I'm going to Las Vegas on lang=en
  • He's such a poor cook, I can't believe he's still in lang=en
  • We do 'business' all over the lang=en
  • 'Business' has been slow lang=en
  • They did nearly a million dollars of 'business' over the long lang=en
  • I shall take my 'business' lang=en
  • This proposal will satisfy both 'business' and lang=en
  • I studied 'business' at lang=en
  • This UFO stuff is a mighty strange lang=en
  • Our principal 'business' here is to get lang=en
  • Let's get down to lang=en
  • That's none of your lang=en
  • If that concludes the announcements, we'll move on to new lang=en
  • These new phones are the lang=en
  • Your ferret left his 'business' all over the lang=en
  • As the cart went by, its horse lifted its tail and did its lang=en
  • "Please do not use this phone for personal calls; it is a 'business' lang=en
  • In European Union, 'driving' on the right is practiced everywhere except in the British Isles, Malta and Cyprus, where driving on the left is lang=en
  • The personnel director handled the whole 'employment' procedure
  • The Building Department 'permitted' that project last week.
  • We've been busy 'permitting' the State Street development.
  • A construction 'permit' can be obtained from the town offices.
  • Go over to the park office and get a 'permit' for the #3 shelter.
  • I’m reading 'the' book. (Compare I’m reading 'a' book.)
  • 'The' street in front of your house. (Compare 'A' street in Paris.)
  • 'The' men and women watched 'the' man give 'the' birdseed to 'the' bird.
  • No one knows how many galaxies there are in 'the' universe.
  • God save 'the' Queen!
  • That apple pie was 'the' best.
  • Feed 'the' hungry, clothe 'the' naked, comfort 'the' afflicted, and afflict 'the' comfortable.
  • No one in 'the' whole country had seen it before.
  • I don't think I'll get to it until 'the' morning.
  • A stone hit him on 'the' head. (= “A stone hit him on his head.”)
  • That is 'the' hospital to go to for heart surgery.
  • 'The' hotter, 'the' better.
  • 'The' more I think about it, 'the' weaker it looks.
  • 'The' more money donated, 'the' more books purchased, and 'the' more happy children.
  • It looks weaker and weaker, 'the' more I think about it.
  • It was a difficult time, but I’m 'the' wiser for it.
  • It was a difficult time, and I’m none 'the' wiser for it.
  • I'm much 'the' wiser for having had a difficult time like that.
  • neki kreten 'the' ih drka emotivno
  • 'the' ovo okačim na fb wall, garant ne bih opstala od borKINJa za ženska prava
  • "A implies B" is a 'conditional'.
  • and are 'conditionals' in some programming languages.
  • Francis Bacon
  • I made my son a 'conditional' promise: I would buy him a bike if he kept his room tidy.
  • "A implies B" is a 'conditional' statement.
  • a 'conditional' word, mode, or tense
  • He served in World War II 'under' General Omar lang=en
  • to collapse 'under' stress; to give in 'under' lang=en
  • 'Under' lektionen pratade de hela tiden
  • 'Undrens' tid är inte förbi.
  • 'auxiliary' troops
  • Leave him alone, he's 'working'.
  • a 'working' ventilator
  • a 'working' copy of the script
  • 'working' mothers
  • the 'working' week
  • a 'working' knowledge of computers
  • The 'visibility' from that angle was good
  • "A implies B" is a 'conditional'.
  • and are 'conditionals' in some programming languages.
  • Francis Bacon
  • I made my son a 'conditional' promise: I would buy him a bike if he kept his room tidy.
  • "A implies B" is a 'conditional' statement.
  • a 'conditional' word, mode, or tense
  • The agent took them to the property for a 'viewing'.
  • I hated the film at first, but with subsequent 'viewings' it has grown on me.
  • Don’t mind him being grumpy. That’s the 'essential' Fred.
  • a financial lang=en
  • The refugees returned to their native 'soil'.
  • night 'soil'
  • Light colours 'soil' sooner than dark ones.
  • Shakespeare
  • to 'soil' a horse
  • The dog is 'in' the kennel.
  • We are 'in' the enemy camp.   Her plane is 'in' the air.
  • One 'in' a million.
  • He has passed 'in' English.
  • They said they would call us 'in' a week.
  • Are you able to finish this 'in' three hours?   The massacre resulted in over 1000 deaths 'in' three hours.
  • 'In' replacing the faucet washers, he felt he was making his contribution to the environment.
  • My fat rolls around 'in' folds.
  • Less water gets 'in' your boots this way.
  • 'in' the first week of December;  Easter falls 'in' the fourth lunar month;   The country reached a high level of prosperity 'in' his first term.
  • He stalked away 'in' anger.   John is 'in' a coma.
  • Beethoven's "Symphony No. 5" 'in' C minor is among his most popular.   His speech was 'in' French, but was simultaneously translated into eight languages.
  • When you write 'in' cursive, it's illegible.   He spoke 'in' French, but his speech was simultaneously translated into eight languages.
  • You've got a friend 'in' me.   He's met his match 'in' her.
  • Is Mr. Smith 'in'?
  • Suddenly a strange man walked 'in'.
  • He went for the wild toss but wasn't able to stay 'in'.
  • What's that 'in'?
  • His parents got him an 'in' with the company
  • Skirts are 'in' this year.
  • the 'in' train
  • 'in' by descent; 'in' by purchase; 'in' of the seisin of her husband
  • Burrill
  • De jongen rende het huis 'in'.
  • De geest 'in' de fles
  • Es ist 'im' Haus. - "It is in the house."
  • Er geht 'ins' Haus. - "He goes into the house."
  • Vado nella panetteria
  • Vado dal panettiere
  • I'm going to 'get' a computer tomorrow from the discount lang=en
  • I 'got' a computer from my parents for my lang=en
  • You need to 'get' permission to leave lang=en
  • He 'got' a severe reprimand for lang=en
  • I'm 'getting' hungry; how about lang=en
  • Don't 'get' drunk lang=en
  • That song 'gets' me so depressed every time I hear lang=en
  • I'll 'get' this finished by lang=en
  • I can't 'get' these boots off (or lang=en
  • Can you 'get' my bag from the living-room, lang=en
  • I need to 'get' this to the lang=en
  • Somehow she 'got' him to agree to lang=en
  • I can't 'get' it to lang=en
  • The actors are 'getting' into lang=en
  • When are we going to 'get' to lang=en
  • I'm 'getting' into a lang=en
  • We 'got' behind the lang=en
  • We ought to 'get' moving or we'll be lang=en
  • After lunch we 'got' lang=en
  • I normally 'get' the 7:45 lang=en
  • I'll 'get' the 9 a.m. [flight] to lang=en
  • Can you 'get' that call, please? I'm lang=en
  • I'm so jealous that you 'got' to see them perform lang=en
  • The finders 'get' to keep 80 percent of the lang=en
  • Yeah, I 'get' it, it's just not lang=en
  • I don't 'get' what you mean by "fun". This place lang=en
  • "You look just like Helen Mirren." / "I 'get' that a lang=en
  • He 'got' bitten by a lang=en
  • I went on holiday and 'got' lang=en
  • He keeps calling pretending to be my boss—it 'gets' me every lang=en
  • That question's really 'got' lang=en
  • What did you 'get' for question lang=en
  • The cops finally 'got' lang=en
  • I'm gonna 'get' him for lang=en
  • Sorry, I didn't 'get' that. Could you repeat lang=en
  • I put the getter into the container to 'get' the lang=en
  • Although 'get' is the original word, the derived word 'git' is more common.-->
  • It's just a 'rental', so I don't need to take very good care of it.
  • I’m reading 'the' book. (Compare I’m reading 'a' book.)
  • 'The' street in front of your house. (Compare 'A' street in Paris.)
  • 'The' men and women watched 'the' man give 'the' birdseed to 'the' bird.
  • No one knows how many galaxies there are in 'the' universe.
  • God save 'the' Queen!
  • That apple pie was 'the' best.
  • Feed 'the' hungry, clothe 'the' naked, comfort 'the' afflicted, and afflict 'the' comfortable.
  • No one in 'the' whole country had seen it before.
  • I don't think I'll get to it until 'the' morning.
  • A stone hit him on 'the' head. (= “A stone hit him on his head.”)
  • That is 'the' hospital to go to for heart surgery.
  • 'The' hotter, 'the' better.
  • 'The' more I think about it, 'the' weaker it looks.
  • 'The' more money donated, 'the' more books purchased, and 'the' more happy children.
  • It looks weaker and weaker, 'the' more I think about it.
  • It was a difficult time, but I’m 'the' wiser for it.
  • It was a difficult time, and I’m none 'the' wiser for it.
  • I'm much 'the' wiser for having had a difficult time like that.
  • neki kreten 'the' ih drka emotivno
  • 'the' ovo okačim na fb wall, garant ne bih opstala od borKINJa za ženska prava
  • a nonpareil face on an agate 'body'
  • The karate instructor said "'air' is the one thing you can't go five minutes without; when you spar, you have to remember to breathe."
  • The flock of birds took to the 'air'.
  • There was a tension in the 'air' which made me suspect an approaching storm.
  • to give it an 'air' of artistry and sophistication
  • putting on 'airs'
  • Could you turn on the 'air'?
  • Hey, did you mean to leave the 'airs' on all week while you were on vacation?
  • It's getting quite stuffy in this room: let's open the windows and 'air' it.
  • 'air' bàrr a' t=on top of the lang=gd
  • iomradh 'air' do t=a report of thy lang=gd
  • 'air' an aobhar t=for that lang=gd
  • 'air' t=by lang=gd
  • he is the most 'mental' freshman I've seen yet;  he went 'mental' on us
  • That was a 'mental' party last night.
  • the 'mental' nerve;  the 'mental' region
  • Elle a un 'mental' d'acier.
  • Are you feeling any 'physical' lang=en
  • It's not so much a 'physical' place as a state of lang=en
  • This team plays a very 'physical' game, so watch lang=en
  • The substance has a number of interesting 'physical' lang=en
  • How long has it been since your last 'physical'?
  • I'm going to 'get' a computer tomorrow from the discount lang=en
  • I 'got' a computer from my parents for my lang=en
  • You need to 'get' permission to leave lang=en
  • He 'got' a severe reprimand for lang=en
  • I'm 'getting' hungry; how about lang=en
  • Don't 'get' drunk lang=en
  • That song 'gets' me so depressed every time I hear lang=en
  • I'll 'get' this finished by lang=en
  • I can't 'get' these boots off (or lang=en
  • Can you 'get' my bag from the living-room, lang=en
  • I need to 'get' this to the lang=en
  • Somehow she 'got' him to agree to lang=en
  • I can't 'get' it to lang=en
  • The actors are 'getting' into lang=en
  • When are we going to 'get' to lang=en
  • I'm 'getting' into a lang=en
  • We 'got' behind the lang=en
  • We ought to 'get' moving or we'll be lang=en
  • After lunch we 'got' lang=en
  • I normally 'get' the 7:45 lang=en
  • I'll 'get' the 9 a.m. [flight] to lang=en
  • Can you 'get' that call, please? I'm lang=en
  • I'm so jealous that you 'got' to see them perform lang=en
  • The finders 'get' to keep 80 percent of the lang=en
  • Yeah, I 'get' it, it's just not lang=en
  • I don't 'get' what you mean by "fun". This place lang=en
  • "You look just like Helen Mirren." / "I 'get' that a lang=en
  • He 'got' bitten by a lang=en
  • I went on holiday and 'got' lang=en
  • He keeps calling pretending to be my boss—it 'gets' me every lang=en
  • That question's really 'got' lang=en
  • What did you 'get' for question lang=en
  • The cops finally 'got' lang=en
  • I'm gonna 'get' him for lang=en
  • Sorry, I didn't 'get' that. Could you repeat lang=en
  • I put the getter into the container to 'get' the lang=en
  • Although 'get' is the original word, the derived word 'git' is more common.-->
  • He 'completed' the assignment on time.
  • The last chapter 'completes' the book nicely.
  • My life will be 'complete' once I buy this new television.
  • She offered me 'complete' control of the project.
  • After she found the rook, the chess set was 'complete'.
  • When your homework is 'complete', you can go and play with Martin.
  • He is a 'complete' bastard!
  • It was a 'complete' shock when he turned up on my doorstep.
  • Our vacation was a 'complete' disaster.
  • Greene
  • Max is very 'sensitive'; he cried today because of the bad news.
  • Religion is often a 'sensitive' topic of discussion and should be avoided when dealing with foreign business associates.
  • I’m reading 'the' book. (Compare I’m reading 'a' book.)
  • 'The' street in front of your house. (Compare 'A' street in Paris.)
  • 'The' men and women watched 'the' man give 'the' birdseed to 'the' bird.
  • No one knows how many galaxies there are in 'the' universe.
  • God save 'the' Queen!
  • That apple pie was 'the' best.
  • Feed 'the' hungry, clothe 'the' naked, comfort 'the' afflicted, and afflict 'the' comfortable.
  • No one in 'the' whole country had seen it before.
  • I don't think I'll get to it until 'the' morning.
  • A stone hit him on 'the' head. (= “A stone hit him on his head.”)
  • That is 'the' hospital to go to for heart surgery.
  • 'The' hotter, 'the' better.
  • 'The' more I think about it, 'the' weaker it looks.
  • 'The' more money donated, 'the' more books purchased, and 'the' more happy children.
  • It looks weaker and weaker, 'the' more I think about it.
  • It was a difficult time, but I’m 'the' wiser for it.
  • It was a difficult time, and I’m none 'the' wiser for it.
  • I'm much 'the' wiser for having had a difficult time like that.
  • neki kreten 'the' ih drka emotivno
  • 'the' ovo okačim na fb wall, garant ne bih opstala od borKINJa za ženska prava
  • Hannibal was one of the greatest generals of the ancient world.
  • To 'make' like a deer caught in the headlights.
  • They 'made' nice together, as if their fight never happened.
  • He 'made' as if to punch him, but they both laughed and shook hands.
  • they 'make' a cute couple
  • this 'makes' the third infraction
  • one swallow does not a summer one swallow does not a summer 'make'
  • I don’t know what to 'make' of it.
  • this company is what 'made' you
  • she married into wealth and so has it 'made'
  • the citizens 'made' their objections clear
  • this might 'make' you a bit woozy
  • did I 'make' myself heard?
  • Scotch will 'make' you a man
  • you're 'making' her cry
  • I was 'made' to feel like a criminal
  • the teacher 'made' the student study
  • don’t let them 'make' you suffer
  • His past mistakes don’t 'make' him a bad person.
  • We should 'make' Cincinnati by 7 tonight.
  • They 'made' westward over the snowy mountains.
  • 'Make' for the hills! It's a wildfire!
  • They 'made' away from the fire toward the river.
  • the ship could 'make' 20 knots an hour in calm seas
  • this baby can 'make' 220 miles an hour
  • You have to spend money to 'make' money!
  • He 'made' twenty bucks playing poker last night.
  • they hope to 'make' a bigger profit
  • She 'makes' more than he does, and works longer hours than he does, but she still does most of the house-cleaning.
  • He didn't 'make' the choir after his voice changed.
  • She 'made' ten points in that game.
  • Chaucer
  • Tennyson
  • She'll 'make' a fine president.
  • 'make' plans
  • 'made' a questionable decision
  • What 'make' of car do you drive?
  • The camera was of German 'make'.
  • The karate instructor said "'air' is the one thing you can't go five minutes without; when you spar, you have to remember to breathe."
  • The flock of birds took to the 'air'.
  • There was a tension in the 'air' which made me suspect an approaching storm.
  • to give it an 'air' of artistry and sophistication
  • putting on 'airs'
  • Could you turn on the 'air'?
  • Hey, did you mean to leave the 'airs' on all week while you were on vacation?
  • It's getting quite stuffy in this room: let's open the windows and 'air' it.
  • 'air' bàrr a' t=on top of the lang=gd
  • iomradh 'air' do t=a report of thy lang=gd
  • 'air' an aobhar t=for that lang=gd
  • 'air' t=by lang=gd
  • Hunanese is a 'living' language.
  • These 'living' conditions are deplorable.
  • This is the 'living' image of Fidel Castro.
  • He almost beat the 'living' daylights out of me.
  • What do you do for a 'living'?
  • plain 'living'
  • The 'delivery' was completed by four.
  • 'delivery' of a nuclear missile to its target
  • Your 'delivery' is on the table.
  • The 'delivery' was painful.
  • His 'delivery' has a catch in it.
  • Here is the 'delivery'; ... strike three!
  • The actor's 'delivery' was flawless.
  • Drug 'delivery' system.
  • The 'delivery' room is just down the hall.
  • The 'delivery' man is here.
  • What are your 'delivery' conditions?
  • This is a 'new' scratch on my car!   The band just released a 'new' album.
  • We turned up some 'new' evidence from the old lang=en
  • My 'new' car is much better than my previous one, even though it is older.   We had been in our 'new' house for five years by then.
  • 'New' Bond Street is an extension of Bond Street.
  • Are you going to buy a 'new' car or a second-hand one?
  • That shirt is dirty. Go and put on a 'new' one.   I feel like a 'new' person after a good night's sleep.   After the accident, I saw the world with 'new' eyes.
  • My sister has a 'new' baby, and our mother is excited to finally have a grandchild.
  • I can't see you for a while; the pain is still too 'new'.   Did you see the 'new' King Lear at the theatre?
  • The idea was 'new' to me.   I need to meet 'new' people.
  • Have you met the 'new' guy in town?   He is the 'new' kid at school.
  • Don't worry that you're 'new' at this job; you'll get better with time.   I'm 'new' at this business.
  • We expect to grow at 10% annually in the 'new' decade.
  • 'new'-born,'new'-formed,'new'-found, 'new'-mown
  • They are scraping the site clean to build 'new'.
  • Out with the old, in with the 'new'.
  • Hannibal was one of the greatest generals of the ancient world.
  • Flour is a 'basic' ingredient of bread.
  • The Hotel Sparta’s accommodation is purely 'basic'.
  • Rice is a 'basic' for many Asian villagers.
  • Arithmetic is a 'basic' for the study of mathematics.
  • Leave him alone, he's 'working'.
  • a 'working' ventilator
  • a 'working' copy of the script
  • 'working' mothers
  • the 'working' week
  • a 'working' knowledge of computers
  • Hakluyt
  • Burrill
  • Environmental protection is a 'condition' for sustainability‎.   What other planets might have the right 'conditions' for life?   The union had a dispute over sick time and other 'conditions' of employment.
  • My aunt couldn't walk up the stairs in her 'condition'.
  • National reports on the 'condition' of public education are dismal.   The 'condition' of man can be classified as civilized or uncivilized.
  • Hypnosis is a peculiar 'condition' of the nervous system.   Steps were taken to ameliorate the 'condition' of slavery.   Security is defined as the 'condition' of not being threatened.   Aging is a 'condition' over which we are powerless.
  • A man of his 'condition' has no place to make request.
  • I became 'conditioned' to the absence of seasons in San Diego.
  • They were 'conditioning' their shins in their karate class.
  • McElrath
  • to 'condition' a student who has failed in some branch of study
  • en bonne condition - In good condition
  • Le couple se contentait de soirées entre amis de conditions diverses. — The couple was content with partying with friends from all walks of life.
  • The refugees returned to their native 'soil'.
  • night 'soil'
  • Light colours 'soil' sooner than dark ones.
  • Shakespeare
  • to 'soil' a horse
  • I’m reading 'the' book. (Compare I’m reading 'a' book.)
  • 'The' street in front of your house. (Compare 'A' street in Paris.)
  • 'The' men and women watched 'the' man give 'the' birdseed to 'the' bird.
  • No one knows how many galaxies there are in 'the' universe.
  • God save 'the' Queen!
  • That apple pie was 'the' best.
  • Feed 'the' hungry, clothe 'the' naked, comfort 'the' afflicted, and afflict 'the' comfortable.
  • No one in 'the' whole country had seen it before.
  • I don't think I'll get to it until 'the' morning.
  • A stone hit him on 'the' head. (= “A stone hit him on his head.”)
  • That is 'the' hospital to go to for heart surgery.
  • 'The' hotter, 'the' better.
  • 'The' more I think about it, 'the' weaker it looks.
  • 'The' more money donated, 'the' more books purchased, and 'the' more happy children.
  • It looks weaker and weaker, 'the' more I think about it.
  • It was a difficult time, but I’m 'the' wiser for it.
  • It was a difficult time, and I’m none 'the' wiser for it.
  • I'm much 'the' wiser for having had a difficult time like that.
  • neki kreten 'the' ih drka emotivno
  • 'the' ovo okačim na fb wall, garant ne bih opstala od borKINJa za ženska prava
  • He 'fully' met his responsibilities.
  • He is 'fully' capable of meeting his responsibilities.
  • The logarithm to 'base' 2 of 8 is 3.
  • Lyman
  • 'base' shrubs
  • Shakespeare
  • 'base' coin; 'base' bullion
  • 'base' Latin
  • Fuller
  • the 'base' tone of a violin
  • A 'base' estate is one held by services not honourable, or held by villenage. Such a tenure is called 'base', or low, and the tenant is a 'base' tenant.
  • We have had several heavy 'snows' this year.
  • It is 'snowing'.
  • It started to 'snow'.
  • to be at the 'top' of one's class, or at the 'top' of the school
  • Knight
  • Charles Dickens
  • A 'matching' set of furniture
  • Environmental protection is a 'condition' for sustainability‎.   What other planets might have the right 'conditions' for life?   The union had a dispute over sick time and other 'conditions' of employment.
  • My aunt couldn't walk up the stairs in her 'condition'.
  • National reports on the 'condition' of public education are dismal.   The 'condition' of man can be classified as civilized or uncivilized.
  • Hypnosis is a peculiar 'condition' of the nervous system.   Steps were taken to ameliorate the 'condition' of slavery.   Security is defined as the 'condition' of not being threatened.   Aging is a 'condition' over which we are powerless.
  • A man of his 'condition' has no place to make request.
  • I became 'conditioned' to the absence of seasons in San Diego.
  • They were 'conditioning' their shins in their karate class.
  • McElrath
  • to 'condition' a student who has failed in some branch of study
  • en bonne condition - In good condition
  • Le couple se contentait de soirées entre amis de conditions diverses. — The couple was content with partying with friends from all walks of life.
  • The greatest difficulty lies in treating patients with chronic 'pain'.
  • I had to stop running when I started getting 'pains' in my feet.
  • In the final analysis, 'pain' is a fact of life.
  • The 'pain' of departure was difficult to bear.
  • Your mother is a right 'pain'.
  • You may not leave this room on 'pain' of death.
  • Interpose, on 'pain' of my displeasure. — Dryden
  • We will, by way of mulct or 'pain', lay it upon him. — Bacon
  • The wound 'pained' him.
  • It 'pains' me to say that I must let you go.
  • The dog is 'in' the kennel.
  • We are 'in' the enemy camp.   Her plane is 'in' the air.
  • One 'in' a million.
  • He has passed 'in' English.
  • They said they would call us 'in' a week.
  • Are you able to finish this 'in' three hours?   The massacre resulted in over 1000 deaths 'in' three hours.
  • 'In' replacing the faucet washers, he felt he was making his contribution to the environment.
  • My fat rolls around 'in' folds.
  • Less water gets 'in' your boots this way.
  • 'in' the first week of December;  Easter falls 'in' the fourth lunar month;   The country reached a high level of prosperity 'in' his first term.
  • He stalked away 'in' anger.   John is 'in' a coma.
  • Beethoven's "Symphony No. 5" 'in' C minor is among his most popular.   His speech was 'in' French, but was simultaneously translated into eight languages.
  • When you write 'in' cursive, it's illegible.   He spoke 'in' French, but his speech was simultaneously translated into eight languages.
  • You've got a friend 'in' me.   He's met his match 'in' her.
  • Is Mr. Smith 'in'?
  • Suddenly a strange man walked 'in'.
  • He went for the wild toss but wasn't able to stay 'in'.
  • What's that 'in'?
  • His parents got him an 'in' with the company
  • Skirts are 'in' this year.
  • the 'in' train
  • 'in' by descent; 'in' by purchase; 'in' of the seisin of her husband
  • Burrill
  • De jongen rende het huis 'in'.
  • De geest 'in' de fles
  • Es ist 'im' Haus. - "It is in the house."
  • Er geht 'ins' Haus. - "He goes into the house."
  • Vado nella panetteria
  • Vado dal panettiere
  • He lost his job, 'for' he got into trouble.
  • The astronauts headed 'for' the moon.
  • I have something 'for' you.
  • All those 'for' the motion raise your hands.
  • He wouldn't apologize; and just 'for' that, she refused to help him.
  • UK usage He looks better 'for' having lost weight.
  • She was the worse 'for' drink.
  • They fought 'for' days over a silly pencil.
  • I will stand in 'for' him.
  • I am aiming 'for' completion by end of business Thursday.
  • He's going 'for' his doctorate.
  • Do you want to go 'for' coffee?
  • People all over Greece looked to Delphi 'for' answers.
  • Can you go to the store 'for' some eggs?
  • I'm saving up 'for' a car.
  • Don't wait 'for' an answer.
  • What did he ask you 'for'?
  • Run for the hills!
  • He was headed 'for' the door when he remembered.
  • Fair 'for' its day.
  • She's spry 'for' an old lady.
  • 'For' that to happen now is incredibly unlikely. (=It is incredibly unlikely that that will happen now.)
  • All I want is 'for' you to be happy. (=All I want is that you be happy.)
  • In term of base hits, Jones was three 'for' four on the lang=en
  • At close of play, England were 305 'for' lang=en
  • for combines with demonstrative :Category:Esperanto correlatives to indicate that the referrent is somehow distant from the speaker:
  • 'for' tiu / tiu 'for': "that [distant] [one/person]"
  • 'for' tio / tio 'for': "that [distant] [thing]"
  • 'for' tia / tia 'for': "that [anomolous] kind of"
  • 'for' ties / ties 'for': "belonging to those [distant] people"
  • 'for' tiel / tiel 'for': "that [extreme] manner or degree"
  • 'for' tie / tie 'for': "over there"
  • 'for' tiam / tiam 'for': "then [long ago or in the distant future]"
  • 'for' tiom / tiom 'for': "that much [of an extreme quantity]"
  • 'for' tial / tial 'for': "for that [unusual] reason"
  • Hunanese is a 'living' language.
  • These 'living' conditions are deplorable.
  • This is the 'living' image of Fidel Castro.
  • He almost beat the 'living' daylights out of me.
  • What do you do for a 'living'?
  • plain 'living'
  • This company is what 'made' you.
  • She married into wealth and so has it 'made'.
  • You're 'making' her cry.
  • I was 'made' to feel like a criminal.
  • The teacher 'made' the student study.
  • Don’t let them 'make' you suffer.
  • to 'get' a lesson
  • to 'get out' one's Greek lesson
  • to 'get' a lesson
  • to 'get out' one's Greek lesson
  • Now that the requirements are complete we can move on to 'implementation'.
  • His 'implementation' works, but it needs some fine-tuning.
  • This product of last month's quality standards committee is quite good, even though the 'process' was flawed.
  • We have 'processed' the data using our proven techniques, and have come to the following conclusions.
  • The karate instructor said "'air' is the one thing you can't go five minutes without; when you spar, you have to remember to breathe."
  • The flock of birds took to the 'air'.
  • There was a tension in the 'air' which made me suspect an approaching storm.
  • to give it an 'air' of artistry and sophistication
  • putting on 'airs'
  • Could you turn on the 'air'?
  • Hey, did you mean to leave the 'airs' on all week while you were on vacation?
  • It's getting quite stuffy in this room: let's open the windows and 'air' it.
  • 'air' bàrr a' t=on top of the lang=gd
  • iomradh 'air' do t=a report of thy lang=gd
  • 'air' an aobhar t=for that lang=gd
  • 'air' t=by lang=gd
  • I 'own' this car.
  • I will 'own' my enemies.
  • If he wins, he will 'own' you.
  • Surprisingly, I realised my 'own' brother had the same idea as me.   You need to find your 'own' seat - this one is mine.   He gave her a pen, because he already had his 'own'.   The restored Maxwell is Bob's 'own' car.   They went this way, but we need to find our 'own' way.   We have made some arrangements, but you will need to make your 'own'.   They were all prepared for the picnic, because they had all brought their 'own' food and lang=en
  • to 'own' one as a son
  • He got a 'loan' of five thousand lang=en
  • All 'loans' from the library, whether books or audio material, must be returned within two lang=en
  • He made a payment on his lang=en
  • Thank you for the 'loan' of your lawn lang=en
  • If you push it to the limit, 'safety' is not guaranteed.
  • Be sure that the 'safety' is set before proceeding.
  • He sacked the quarterback in the end zone for a 'safety'.
  • The free 'safety' made a game-saving tackle on the runner who had broken past the linebackers.
  • Our 'initial' admiration for their efficiency gave way to disgust about their methods.
  • The 'initial' stages of a syndrome may differ vastly from the final symptoms.
  • The 'initial' letter of names is usually printed with a capital letter.
  • You can get your 'initials' printed at the top.
  • Please 'initial' each page and sign the contract in full at the bottom.
  • They built this with 'substandard' parts. No wonder it collapsed.
  • There's a lot of 'storage' space in the loft.
  • I′d recommend backing up these files to 'storage' before reinstalling the operating system.
  • Environmental protection is a 'condition' for sustainability‎.   What other planets might have the right 'conditions' for life?   The union had a dispute over sick time and other 'conditions' of employment.
  • My aunt couldn't walk up the stairs in her 'condition'.
  • National reports on the 'condition' of public education are dismal.   The 'condition' of man can be classified as civilized or uncivilized.
  • Hypnosis is a peculiar 'condition' of the nervous system.   Steps were taken to ameliorate the 'condition' of slavery.   Security is defined as the 'condition' of not being threatened.   Aging is a 'condition' over which we are powerless.
  • A man of his 'condition' has no place to make request.
  • I became 'conditioned' to the absence of seasons in San Diego.
  • They were 'conditioning' their shins in their karate class.
  • McElrath
  • to 'condition' a student who has failed in some branch of study
  • en bonne condition - In good condition
  • Le couple se contentait de soirées entre amis de conditions diverses. — The couple was content with partying with friends from all walks of life.
  • 'Reference' the dictionary for word meanings.
  • I think she suffers from autism, ADHD or some other mental 'health' problem.
  • 'extra' work; 'extra' pay
  • That day he ran to school 'extra' fast.
  • 'extra', 'extra', read all about it!
  • Das hab ich doch nicht 'extra' gemacht!
  • Können Sie mir die Fritten und die Wurst 'extra' abpacken?
  • Vorsicht! Der Tee ist 'extra' heiß!
  • Environmental protection is a 'condition' for sustainability‎.   What other planets might have the right 'conditions' for life?   The union had a dispute over sick time and other 'conditions' of employment.
  • My aunt couldn't walk up the stairs in her 'condition'.
  • National reports on the 'condition' of public education are dismal.   The 'condition' of man can be classified as civilized or uncivilized.
  • Hypnosis is a peculiar 'condition' of the nervous system.   Steps were taken to ameliorate the 'condition' of slavery.   Security is defined as the 'condition' of not being threatened.   Aging is a 'condition' over which we are powerless.
  • A man of his 'condition' has no place to make request.
  • I became 'conditioned' to the absence of seasons in San Diego.
  • They were 'conditioning' their shins in their karate class.
  • McElrath
  • to 'condition' a student who has failed in some branch of study
  • en bonne condition - In good condition
  • Le couple se contentait de soirées entre amis de conditions diverses. — The couple was content with partying with friends from all walks of life.
  • a 'special' episode of a television series
  • Everyone is 'special' to someone.
  • He goes to a 'special' school.
  • The seven dark spots is a 'special' property unique to Coccinella septempunctata.
  • We're running a 'special' on turkey for Thanksgiving.
  • Thousands came to the 'special' that carried the President's coffin.
  • a 'special' episode of a television series
  • Everyone is 'special' to someone.
  • He goes to a 'special' school.
  • The seven dark spots is a 'special' property unique to Coccinella septempunctata.
  • We're running a 'special' on turkey for Thanksgiving.
  • Thousands came to the 'special' that carried the President's coffin.
  • The dog is 'in' the kennel.
  • We are 'in' the enemy camp.   Her plane is 'in' the air.
  • One 'in' a million.
  • He has passed 'in' English.
  • They said they would call us 'in' a week.
  • Are you able to finish this 'in' three hours?   The massacre resulted in over 1000 deaths 'in' three hours.
  • 'In' replacing the faucet washers, he felt he was making his contribution to the environment.
  • My fat rolls around 'in' folds.
  • Less water gets 'in' your boots this way.
  • 'in' the first week of December;  Easter falls 'in' the fourth lunar month;   The country reached a high level of prosperity 'in' his first term.
  • He stalked away 'in' anger.   John is 'in' a coma.
  • Beethoven's "Symphony No. 5" 'in' C minor is among his most popular.   His speech was 'in' French, but was simultaneously translated into eight languages.
  • When you write 'in' cursive, it's illegible.   He spoke 'in' French, but his speech was simultaneously translated into eight languages.
  • You've got a friend 'in' me.   He's met his match 'in' her.
  • Is Mr. Smith 'in'?
  • Suddenly a strange man walked 'in'.
  • He went for the wild toss but wasn't able to stay 'in'.
  • What's that 'in'?
  • His parents got him an 'in' with the company
  • Skirts are 'in' this year.
  • the 'in' train
  • 'in' by descent; 'in' by purchase; 'in' of the seisin of her husband
  • Burrill
  • De jongen rende het huis 'in'.
  • De geest 'in' de fles
  • Es ist 'im' Haus. - "It is in the house."
  • Er geht 'ins' Haus. - "He goes into the house."
  • Vado nella panetteria
  • Vado dal panettiere
  • The soup is 'good' and hot.
  • 'Good' Friday
  • 'Good!' I can leave now.
  • The best is the enemy of the 'good'.
  • Bishop Hall
  • a 'side' issue; a 'side' view or remark
  • Shakespeare
  • A square has four 'sides'.
  • A cube has six 'sides'.
  • Which 'side' of the tray shall I put it on?
  • The patient was bleeding on the right 'side'.
  • Meet me on the north 'side' of the monument.
  • John wrote 15 'sides' for his essay!
  • Look on the bright 'side'.
  • Which 'side' has kick-off?
  • In the second world war, the Italians were on the 'side' of the Germans.
  • He had to put a bit of 'side' on to hit the pink ball.
  • I just want to see what's on the other 'side' — James said there was a good film on tonight.
  • Do you want a 'side' of cole-slaw with that?
  • Which will you 'side with', good or evil?
  • Francis Bacon
  • Clarendon
  • to 'side' a house
  • a dark 'atmospheric' thriller
  • a financial lang=en
  • I am aiming 'for' completion by the end of business Thursday.
  • We demand your 'unconditional' surrender.
  • Titanic was the most successful film ever until it was 'topped' by another Cameron film, Avatar.
  • The 'visibility' from that angle was good.
  • There was 'a' man here looking for you yesterday.
  • I've seen it happen 'a' hundred times.
  • We've received an interesting letter from 'a' Mrs. Miggins of London.
  • We are of 'a' mind on matters of morals.
  • 'A' man who dies intestate leaves his children troubles and difficulties.
  • He fell all that way, and hasn't 'a' bump on his head?
  • The center of the village was becoming 'a' Times Square.
  • Stand 'a' tiptoe.
  • Torn 'a' pieces.
  • I brush my teeth twice 'a' day.
  • 'A' God’s name.
  • I'd 'a' come, if you'd 'a' asked
  • The name of John 'a' Gaunt.
  • 'A' luenga aragonesa — “The Aragonese language”
  • Sóc 'a' Barcelona.
  • Vaig 'a' Barcelona.
  • Escric una carta 'a' la meva àvia.
  • dia 'a' dia.
  • lang=fr
  • Elle 'a' un chat.
  • de cinco 'a' oito — "from five 'to' eight"
  • 'a' pé — 'on' foot
  • 'a' hölgy - the lady
  • sala 'a' attender - waiting room
  • 'a' athair agus 'a' t=his father and inline=1
  • Chaill an t-éan 'a' t=The bird lost its inline=1
  • 'a' hathair agus 'a' t=her father and inline=1
  • Bhris an mheaig 'a' t=The magpie broke its inline=1
  • 'a' n-athair agus 'a' t=their father and inline=1
  • 'a' t=their inline=1
  • 'A' ghéire a labhair t=How sharply she inline=1
  • 'A' fheabhas atá t=How good it inline=1
  • 'A' t=O inline=1
  • 'A' dhuine inline=1
  • Tar isteach, 'a' t=Come in, inline=1
  • 'A' t=You inline=1
  • an fear 'a' chuireann t=the man who sows inline=1
  • an síol 'a' chuireann an t=the seed that the man inline=1
  • an síol 'a' t=the seed that was inline=1
  • nuair 'a' bhí mé t=when I was inline=1
  • an cat 'a' d'ól an t=the cat that drank the inline=1
  • an bord 'a' raibh leabhar t=the table on which there was a inline=1
  • an fear 'a' bhfuil a mhac ag t=the man whose son is going inline=1
  • 'a' haon, 'a' dó, 'a' t=one, two, inline=1
  • Séamas 'a' t=James the inline=1
  • bus 'a' t=the number seven inline=1
  • síol 'a' t=to sow inline=1
  • uisce 'a' t=to drink inline=1
  • an rud atá sé 'a' t=what he is inline=1
  • D’éirigh sé 'a' t=He rose to inline=1
  • téigh 'a' t=Go to inline=1
  • Sin 'a' bhfuil t=That's all that is inline=1
  • An bhfuair tú 'a' raibh t=Did you get all that you inline=1
  • Íocfaidh mé as 'a' gceannóidh t=I will pay for whatever you inline=1
  • 'A' me non importa. — “It doesn’t matter to me.” (literally, "To me it doesn’t matter.")
  • 'A' lei non piace, ma 'a' lui piace molto — “She doesn't like it, but he likes it very much.”
  • littera 'a' — “the letter a”
  • a m busa — he/she struck me.
  • y a busa — they struck him/her.
  • a = /a˨/
  • á = /a˥/
  • aa = /aː˨˨/
  • áa = /aː˥˨/
  • aá = /aː˨˥/
  • áá = /aː˥˥/
  • fil 'a' putain - son of a whore
  • a inline=1
  • 'A' ty? - “'And' you?”
  • Ty wolisz tabletki, 'a' ja wolę zastrzyki. - “You prefer pills 'and' I prefer injections.”
  • walka między dobrem 'a' złem – battle between good and evil
  • Encontrei-'a' na rua. — “I met her/it on the street.”
  • Vamos 'a' Paris! — “Let’s go to Paris!”
  • fazer uma visita 'a' um lugar (ou pessoa) — “to pay a visit to some place (or person)” (***)
  • Meu coração pertence 'a' você.=“My heart belongs to you.”
  • Onde vai ele 'a' esta hora da noite? — “Where is he going at this time of night?”
  • 'A' mim ele não engana. — “He doesn’t deceive me.” (literally, “To me he doesn’t deceive.”)
  • 'A', tudo bem t='Oh', all right lang=pt
  • sora 'a' lui Alexandru
  • cartea 'a' mea
  • 'A' fi.
  • 'A' văzut acest film?
  • Tha mi a' dol 'a' chadal. - I'm going to sleep.
  • A bheil agad 'a' ceithir? - Do you have four?
  • Hallo, 'a' Ruairidh. - Hello, Roderick.
  • učio sam c(ij)elo posl(ij)epodne, a ništa nisam t=I studied for the whole afternoon, but I didn't learn inline=1
  • a kako biste vi to t=and how would you do inline=1
  • stolovi su crveni, a stolice su t=the tables are red, whereas the chairs are inline=1
  • ne mogu se uključiti u raspravu, a da ne napravim t=I cannot enter a discussion without making a inline=1
  • odlazi, a da nije rekao ni t=he's leaving without even saying inline=1
  • pravi prijatelj zna sve o tebi, a ipak te t=the real friend knows everything about you, and yet he loves inline=1
  • u moru loših v(ij)esti teško je ostati objektivan, a kamoli t=in the sea of bad news it's hard to stay objective, let alone inline=1
  • a i da jesam to napravio, ne bi to učinilo neku t=even if I did it, it wouldn't have made much of a inline=1
  • sviđaju mi se plavuše, a i ja se pokojoj t=I like blondes, and some of them even like inline=1
  • bili su žalosni, a i ja t=they were sad, and so am inline=1
  • a t=oh inline=1
  • Lo busca 'a' Usted. — “He is looking for you.”
  • 'A'! Kailan namatay ang iyong ina? — "'Ah'! When did your mother die?"
  • 'a' lo — "we went"
  • Jeremy Taylor
  • 'standard' works in history; 'standard' authors
  • på høyre 'side' - on the right-hand side
  • ei bok på 300 'sider' - a book of 300 pages
  • Leave him alone; he's 'working'.
  • Leave him alone; he's 'working'.
  • He looked at her for ten full minutes before 'recognition' dawned.
  • The law was a 'recognition' of their civil rights.
  • The charity gained plenty of 'recognition' for its efforts, but little money.
  • 'them' uuīha uuīsa lēstean: To obey 'that' holy wise.
  • Can you 'get' my bag from the living-room, please?
  • I need to 'get' this to the office.
  • I'm so jealous that you 'got' to see them perform live!
  • The finders 'get' to keep 80 percent of the treasure.
  • The cops finally 'got' me.
  • I'm gonna 'get' him for that.
  • I'm going to 'get' a computer tomorrow from the discount store.
  • I 'got' a computer from my parents for my birthday.
  • You need to 'get' permission to leave early.
  • He 'got' a severe reprimand for that.
  • I'm 'getting' hungry; how about you?
  • Don't 'get' drunk tonight.
  • That song 'gets' me so depressed every time I hear it.
  • I'll 'get' this finished by lunchtime.
  • I can't 'get' these boots off (or on).
  • Somehow she 'got' him to agree to it.
  • I can't 'get' it to work.
  • The actors are 'getting' into position.
  • When are we going to 'get' to London?
  • I'm 'getting' into a muddle.
  • We 'got' behind the wall.
  • We ought to 'get' moving or we'll be late.
  • After lunch we 'got' chatting.
  • I normally 'get' the 7:45 train.
  • I'll 'get' the 9 a.m. [flight] to Boston.
  • Can you 'get' that call, please? I'm busy.
  • Yeah, I 'get' it, it's just not funny.
  • I don't 'get' what you mean by "fun". This place sucks!
  • "You look just like Helen Mirren." / "I 'get' that a lot."
  • He 'got' bitten by a dog.
  • I went on holiday and 'got' malaria.
  • He keeps calling pretending to be my boss—it 'gets' me every time.
  • That question's really 'got' me.
  • What did you 'get' for question four?
  • Sorry, I didn't 'get' that. Could you repeat it?
  • I put the getter into the container to 'get' the gases.
  • to 'get' a lesson;  to 'get' out one's Greek lesson
  • I'm going to 'get' a computer tomorrow from the discount store.
  • I 'got' a computer from my parents for my birthday.
  • You need to 'get' permission to leave early.
  • He 'got' a severe reprimand for that.
  • I'm 'getting' hungry; how about you?
  • Don't 'get' drunk tonight.
  • That song 'gets' me so depressed every time I hear it.
  • I'll 'get' this finished by lunchtime.
  • I can't 'get' these boots off (or on).
  • Can you 'get' my bag from the living-room, please?
  • I need to 'get' this to the office.
  • Somehow she 'got' him to agree to it.
  • I can't 'get' it to work.
  • The actors are 'getting' into position.
  • When are we going to 'get' to London?
  • I'm 'getting' into a muddle.
  • We 'got' behind the wall.
  • We ought to 'get' moving or we'll be late.
  • After lunch we 'got' chatting.
  • I normally 'get' the 7:45 train.
  • I'll 'get' the 9 a.m. [flight] to Boston.
  • Can you 'get' that call, please? I'm busy.
  • I'm so jealous that you 'got' to see them perform live!
  • The finders 'get' to keep 80 percent of the treasure.
  • Yeah, I 'get' it, it's just not funny.
  • I don't 'get' what you mean by "fun". This place sucks!
  • "You look just like Helen Mirren." / "I 'get' that a lot."
  • He 'got' bitten by a dog.
  • I went on holiday and 'got' malaria.
  • He keeps calling pretending to be my boss—it 'gets' me every time.
  • That question's really 'got' me.
  • What did you 'get' for question four?
  • The cops finally 'got' me.
  • I'm gonna 'get' him for that.
  • Sorry, I didn't 'get' that. Could you repeat it?
  • I put the getter into the container to 'get' the gases.
  • to 'get' a lesson;  to 'get' out one's Greek lesson
  • 'them' uuīha uuīsa lēstean: To obey 'that' holy wise.
  • 'them' uuīha uuīsa lēstean: To obey 'that' holy wise.
  • 'them' uuīha uuīsa lēstean: To obey 'that' holy wise.
  • The team lost, but they showed a lot of 'heart'.
  • a good, tender, loving, bad, hard, or selfish 'heart'
  • The wood at the 'heart' of a tree is the oldest.
  • Buddhists believe that suffering is right at the 'heart' of all life.
  • It took the hypnotist several minutes to make his subject go 'under'.
  • to 'get' a mile
  • 'Get' her with her new hairdo.
  • to 'get' a mile
  • 'Get' her with her new hairdo.
  • We have dealt with the 'generals'; now let us turn to the particulars.
  • he is the most 'mental' freshman I've seen yet;  he went 'mental' on us
  • the 'mental' nerve;  the 'mental' region
  • I mentioned that I was feeling sad, so she mailed me a box of chocolates. She 'gets' me.
  • I mentioned that I was feeling sad, so she mailed me a box of chocolates. She 'gets' me.
  • Jones showed good 'leather' to snare that liner.
  • He leathered the ball all the way down the street.
  • They 'make' a cute couple.
  • This 'makes' the third infraction.
  • one swallow does not a summer One swallow does not a summer 'make'.
  • The citizens 'made' their objections clear.
  • This might 'make' you a bit woozy.
  • Scotch will 'make' you a man.
  • The ship could 'make' 20 knots an hour in calm seas.
  • This baby can 'make' 220 miles an hour.
  • They hope to 'make' a bigger profit.
  • 'make' plans;  'made' a questionable decision
  • There was 'a' man here looking for you lang=en
  • I've seen it happen 'a' hundred lang=en
  • We've received an interesting letter from 'a' Mrs. Miggins of lang=en
  • We are of 'a' mind on matters of lang=en
  • 'A' man who dies intestate leaves his children troubles and lang=en
  • He fell all that way, and hasn't 'a' bump on his lang=en
  • The center of the village was becoming 'a' Times lang=en
  • Stand 'a' lang=en
  • Torn 'a' lang=en
  • I brush my teeth twice 'a' lang=en
  • 'A' God’s lang=en
  • I'd 'a' come, if you'd 'a' lang=en
  • The name of John 'a' lang=en
  • 'A' luenga t=The Aragonese lang=an
  • Sóc 'a' t=I am 'in' lang=ca
  • Vaig 'a' t=I'm going 'to' lang=ca
  • Escric una carta 'a' la meva t=I'm writing my grandmother a lang=ca
  • dia 'a' t=day by lang=ca
  • Elle 'a' un t=She 'has' a lang=fr
  • de cinco 'a' t=from five 'to' lang=gl
  • 'a' t='on' lang=gl
  • Maani uki'aa'voq - It is autumn here.
  • Uang'aa'nngilaq - It is not me.
  • 'a' t=the lang=hu
  • sala 'a' t=waiting lang=ia
  • 'A' me non t=It doesn’t matter to lit=To me it doesn’t lang=it
  • 'A' lei non piace, ma 'a' lui piace t=She doesn't like it, but he likes it very lang=it
  • littera t=the letter lang=la
  • A m t=He/she struck lang=mnk
  • Y a t=They struck lang=mnk
  • fil 'a' t=son of a lang=fro
  • 'A' t='And' lang=pl
  • Ty wolisz tabletki, 'a' ja wolę t=You prefer pills 'and' I prefer lang=pl
  • walka między dobrem 'a' t=battle between good and lang=pl
  • Encontrei-'a' na t=I met her/it on the lang=pt
  • Vamos 'a' t=Let’s go to lang=pt
  • fazer uma visita 'a' um lugar (ou t=to pay a visit to some place (or lang=pt (***)
  • Meu coração pertence 'a' t=My heart belongs to lang=pt
  • Onde vai ele 'a' esta hora da t=Where is he going at this time of lang=pt
  • 'A' mim ele não t=He doesn’t deceive lit=To me he doesn’t lang=pt
  • Estou 'a' preparar a t=I am preparing the chicken lang=pt
  • sora 'a' lui t=Alexandru's lang=ro
  • cartea 'a' t=my lang=ro
  • 'A' t='To' lang=ro
  • 'A' văzut acest t=Has he/she seen this lang=ro
  • Tha mi a' dol 'a' t=I'm going to lang=gd
  • A bheil agad 'a' t=Do you have lang=gd
  • Hallo, 'a' t=Hello, lang=gd
  • Lo busca 'a' t=He is looking for lang=es
  • 'A'! Kailan namatay ang iyong t='Ah'! When did your mother lang=tl
  • 'A' t=We lang=yo
  • 'base' coin;  'base' bullion
  • We have dealt with the 'generals'; now let us turn to the particulars.
  • Das Wrack wurde mit 'extra' entworfenen Bergungskränen gehoben.
  • Das hab ich doch nich’ 'extra' gemacht!
  • Vorsicht! Der Tee is’ 'extra' heiß!