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palabra de traducción para " sistema "
  • Conjunto de reglas, principios, ideas o cosas, que están unidas por un criterio común y tienen una finalidad determinada.
  • Manera o forma de proceder para realizar cierta tarea o medio para hacerlo.
  • Más concretamente, el formado por el aparato del estado con todas sus institución y burocracia.

Beispiele für " prompt "
  • He was very 'prompt' at getting a new job.
  • Be 'prompt' for your appointment.
  • I filled in my name where the 'prompt' appeared on the computer screen but my account wasn't recognized.
  • I 'prompted' him to get a new job.
  • If he forgets his words I will 'prompt' him.
  • The party began with an 'impromptu' rendition of 'Happy Birthday'.
  • une visite 'impromptue'.
  • À limpromptu'.
  • Talleyrand prévoyait à l'avance ses bons mots, que la circonstance lui tirait ensuite à limpromptu'. (Sainte-Beuve, Pensées, 1868)
  • Quand je faisais mentalement des réserves sur Fauré, celles-ci portaient sur les Barcarolles, les Nocturnes et les 'Impromptus'. (Du Bos, Journal, 1928)
  • He 'promptly' got a new job.
  • He was very 'prompt' at getting a new job.
  • Be 'prompt' for your appointment.
  • I filled in my name where the 'prompt' appeared on the computer screen but my account wasn't recognized.
  • I 'prompted' him to get a new job.
  • If he forgets his words I will 'prompt' him.
  • He was very 'prompt' at getting a new job.
  • Be 'prompt' for your appointment.
  • I filled in my name where the 'prompt' appeared on the computer screen but my account wasn't recognized.
  • I 'prompted' him to get a new job.
  • If he forgets his words I will 'prompt' him.
  • He was very 'prompt' at getting a new job.
  • Be 'prompt' for your appointment.
  • I filled in my name where the 'prompt' appeared on the computer screen but my account wasn't recognized.
  • I 'prompted' him to get a new job.
  • If he forgets his words I will 'prompt' him.
  • 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
  • 'them' uuīha uuīsa lēstean: To obey 'that' holy wise.
Beispiele für " system "
  • Taxonomy seeks to 'systematically' name all living organisms; each species has one name and everyone can figure out what that name is.
  • The Python language's huge object library includes a full set of features for 'systems' programming. — [http://infohost.nmt.edu/tcc/help/lang/python/sysprog.html Systems Programming in Python, NM Tech.] viewed 13 Feb. 2005.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet Union.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet Union.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • That was a 'waste' of time
  • Her life seemed a 'waste'
  • The cage was littered with animal 'waste'
  • E. Kay (1822-1897), afterwards Lord Justice of Appeal, had rooms on the same staircase as myself, and we 'wasted' a great deal of time together, both in term and in my second summer vacation. 1909. Francis Galton, Memories of my life, p. 69.
  • We 'wasted' millions of dollars and several years on that lang=en
  • The government has complete 'control' over the lang=en
  • Johnson
  • the 'emission' was mostly lang=en
  • the 'emission' of light from the lang=en
  • the 'emission' of heat from a lang=en
  • I'm going to try out for 'track' next week.
  • My uncle spent all day 'tracking' the deer.
  • In winter, my cat 'tracks' mud all over the house.
  • The crucible was subjected to several 'heatings'.
  • 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.
  • a 'flat-rate' contribution
  • May I have a glass of lang=en
  • Your plants need more lang=en
  • By the action of electricity, the 'water' was resolved into its two parts, oxygen and lang=en
  • Perrier is the most popular 'water' in this lang=en
  • Many people visit Bath to take the lang=en
  • He showed me the river of living 'water', sparkling like crystal, flowing from the throne of lang=en
  • The boat was found in within the territorial lang=en
  • These seals are a common sight on the coastal 'waters' of lang=en
  • We had a great view of the 'waters' of this lang=en
  • Before the child is born, the pregnant woman’s 'waters' lang=en UK
  • Before the child is born, the pregnant woman’s 'water' lang=en North America
  • The rough 'waters' of change will bring about the calm after the lang=en
  • I know he'll succeed. I feel it in my lang=en
  • He suffers from 'water' on the lang=en
  • ammonia 'water'
  • a diamond of the first 'water', i.e. one that is perfectly pure and transparent
  • I need to go 'water' the cattle.
  • Nature called, so I stepped into the woods and 'watered' a tree.
  • Can you 'water' the whisky, please?
  • Chopping onions makes my eyes 'water'.
  • The smell of fried onions makes my mouth 'water'.
  • to 'water' silk
  • Het 'water' kookte.
  • The 'automatic' clothes washer was a great labor-saving device
  • The reaction was 'automatic': flight!
  • I never learned to drive a stick. I can only drive an 'automatic'.
  • I think she suffers from autism, ADHD or some other mental 'health' problem.
  • I think that 'censorship' is an admission that you have lost an argument
  • 'alien' subjects, enemies, property, or shores
  • principles 'alien' to our religion
  • The 'drain' in the kitchen sink is clogged.
  • That rental property is a 'drain' on our finances.
  • The clogged sink 'drained' slowly.
  • The water of low ground 'drains' off.
  • Please 'drain' the sink. It's full of dirty water.
  • They had to 'drain' the swampy land before the parking lot could be built.
  • The stress of this job is really 'draining' me.
  • The global interpreter lock of the embedded scripting engine is not re-entrant.
  • Global variables must not be altered by reentrant code.
  • The closet has 'double' doors.
  • Give me a 'double' serving of mashed potatoes.
  • He's my 'double' cousin as my mother's sister married my father's brother.
  • a 'double' room
  • a 'double' meaning
  • a 'double' life
  • a 'double' bass
  • Saddam Hussein was rumored to have many 'doubles'.
  • On second thought, make that a 'double'.
  • The catcher hit a 'double' to lead off the ninth.
  • The sin() function returns a double.
  • The company 'doubled' their earnings per share over last quarter.
  • To make a pleat, 'double' the material at the waist.
  • Our earnings have 'doubled' in the last year.
  • The batter 'doubled' into the corner.
  • A spork is a kind of fork that 'doubles' as a spoon.
  • Sorry, this store does not 'double' coupons.
  • Il s'agit d'une phrase à 'double' sens.
  • Je n'en avais pas assez, alors j'en acheté le 'double'.
  • He was safe and 'sound'.
  • In horse management a 'sound' horse is one with no health problems that might affect its suitability for its intended work.
  • Fred assured me the floorboards were 'sound'.
  • "How are you?" - "I'm 'sound'."
  • That's a 'sound' track you're playing.
  • Her sleep was 'sound'.
  • a 'sound' beating
  • a 'sound' title to land
  • "I found my jacket." - "'Sound'."
  • Nobody made a 'sound'.
  • He turned when he heard the 'sound' of footsteps behind him.
  • When the horn 'sounds', take cover.
  • He 'sounded' good when we last spoke.
  • That story 'sounds' like a pack of lies!
  • He 'sounds' the instrument.
  • The "e" in "house" isn't 'sounded'.
  • Puget 'Sound'; Owen 'Sound'
  • The whale 'sounded' and eight hundred feet of heavy line streaked out of the line tub before he ended his dive.
  • When I 'sounded' him, he appeared to favor the proposed deal.
  • Mariners on sailing ships would 'sound' the depth of the water with a weighted rope.
  • to 'sound' a patient, or the bladder or urethra
  • Cod 'sounds' are an esteemed article of food.
  • Ainsworth
  • That was a 'waste' of time
  • Her life seemed a 'waste'
  • The cage was littered with animal 'waste'
  • E. Kay (1822-1897), afterwards Lord Justice of Appeal, had rooms on the same staircase as myself, and we 'wasted' a great deal of time together, both in term and in my second summer vacation. 1909. Francis Galton, Memories of my life, p. 69.
  • We 'wasted' millions of dollars and several years on that lang=en
  • It's just a 'rental', so I don't need to take very good care of it.
  • I knocked on the vice president's lang=en
  • the 24 'doors' in an Advent lang=en
  • Keep a 'door' on your lang=en
  • Ondanks slecht weer ging het feest toch 'door.'
  • Ik rijd nu de stad 'door'.
  • Dolenthousiast rende het hondje de kamer 'door'.
  • Hij schoot de bal 'door' het raam.
  • Dolenthousiast rende het hondje 'door' de kamer.
  • 'Door' files kan ik niet op tijd komen.
  • Hij vermeed een confrontatie 'door' de andere kant op te lopen.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • Put all the 'threes' in a separate container.
  • All the 'threes' will go in Mrs. Smith's class, while I'll take the fours and fives.
  • The council is providing 'funding' to the church to repair the roof.
  • there is a 'group' of houses behind the hill;  he left town to join a Communist 'group'
  • A 'group' of people gathered in front of the Parliament to demonstrate against the Prime Minister's proposals.
  • Did you see the new jazz 'group'?
  • Hemmacyklisten Ivan Basso vann 'girot' för andra gången
  • My mobile phone can't get a 'signal' in the railway station.
  • a 'signal' exploit; a 'signal' service; a 'signal' act of benevolence
  • They beat us last year, so this year's win was 'payback'.
  • The two competitors have the 'common' aim of winning the championship.   Winning the championship is an aim 'common' to the two lang=en
  • It is 'common' to find sharks off this lang=en
  • Sharks are 'common' in these lang=en
  • Sir Thomas More
  • Johnson
  • Fairholt
  • A fat 'pipe' is a high-bandwidth connection.
  • Shakespeare
  • A good teacher is essential for a good 'education'.
  • He has had a classical 'education'.
  • The 'educations' our children receive depend on their economic status.
  • This table is made of 'wood'.   There was lots of 'wood' on the beach.
  • Teak is much used for outdoor benches, but a number of other 'woods' are also suitable, such as ipé, redwood, etc.
  • He got lost in the 'woods' beyond Seattle.
  • We need more 'wood' for the fire.
  • That girl at the strip club gave me 'wood'.
  • to 'wood' a steamboat or a locomotive
  • We sat around the 'fire' singing songs and telling stories.
  • There was a 'fire' at the school last night and the whole place burned down.
  • During hot and dry summers many 'fires' in forests are caused by regardlessly discarded cigarette butts.
  • The 'fire' was laid and needed to be lit.
  • The 'fire' from the enemy guns kept us from attacking.
  • Press 'fire' to fire the gun.
  • If you 'fire' the pottery at too high a temperature, it may crack.
  • They 'fire' the wood to make it easier to put a point on the end.
  • We will 'fire' our guns at the enemy.
  • He 'fired' his radar gun at passing cars.
  • Don't 'fire' until you see the whites of their eyes.
  • His nail gun 'fired' about twenty roofing nails a minute.
  • When a neuron 'fires', it transmits information.
  • He answered the questions the reporters 'fired' at him.
  • The event handler should only 'fire' after all web page content has finished loading.
  • to 'fire' the soul with anger, pride, or revenge
  • to 'fire' the genius of a young man
  • to 'fire' a boiler
  • a 'free' man
  • The government provides 'free' health care.
  • Buy a TV to get a 'free' DVD player!
  • He was given 'free' rein to do whatever he wanted.
  • the 'free' group on three generators
  • z is the 'free' variable in "".
  • the drain was 'free'
  • a "free" radical
  • You can sit on this chair; it's 'free'.
  • 'free' time
  • OpenOffice is free 'free' software.
  • We had a wholesome, filling meal, 'free' of meat.   I would like to live 'free' from care in the mountains.
  • In this group of mushrooms, the gills are 'free'.
  • I got this bike 'free'.
  • It has been said that only a 'hierarchical' society with a leisure class at the top can produce works of art. - source?
  • I have no 'incentive' to do housework right lang=en
  • Management offered the sales team a $500 'incentive' for each car lang=en
  • The successive equity 'financings' were at higher and higher valuations.
  • It's rude to 'point' at other lang=en
  • The arrow of a compass 'points' lang=en
  • The skis were 'pointing' lang=en
  • The arrow on the map 'points' towards the lang=en
  • to 'point' a gun at a wolf, or a cannon at a fort
  • to 'point' a dart, a pencil, or (figuratively) a moral
  • If he asks for food, 'point' him toward the lang=en
  • Bear off a little, we're lang=en
  • Spenser
  • Ne craignez point - Fear not
  • The 'automatic' clothes washer was a great labor-saving device
  • The reaction was 'automatic': flight!
  • I never learned to drive a stick. I can only drive an 'automatic'.
  • The 'automatic' clothes washer was a great labor-saving device
  • The reaction was 'automatic': flight!
  • I never learned to drive a stick. I can only drive an 'automatic'.
  • The Bible forbids the worship of graven 'images'.
  • Most game console emulators do not come with any ROM 'images' for copyright reasons.
  • The number 6 is the 'image' of 3 under f that is defined as f(x) = 2*x.
  • The 'image' of this step function is the set of integers.
  • That is a 'patent' ductus arteriosus.
  • Those claims are 'patent' nonsense.
  • letters 'patent'
  • a 'patent' right; 'patent' medicines
  • I plugged it into the 'mains' and it blew up!
  • This building has some 'external' pipework.
  • 'external' trade or commerce; the 'external' relations of a state or kingdom
  • Det är fel på 'datan'
  • I bought a packet of chocolate 'digestives'.
  • 'Broadcasting can be a lucrative field, but very few people end up on the air.
  • This radio station is 'broadcasting' at a frequency of 104Mhz.
  • We sewed the seeds, 'broadcasting' with a rotary spreader.
  • 'emergency' vehicles
  • 'emergency' vehicles
  • 'emergency' vehicles
  • McDonalds has exported its 'franchise'.
  • The Whalers' home city of Hartford was one of many for the 'franchise'.
  • the Star Wars 'franchise'
  • Spenser
  • Chaucer
  • 'Binary' states are often represented as 1 and 0 in computer science.
  • Two ingredients are combined in a 'binary' poison.
  • A 'binary' statistical distribution has only two categories.
  • Division of reals is a 'binary' operation.
  • He downloaded the 'binary' distribution for Linux, then burned it to DVD.
  • I'll have to buy some 'screening' and fix the doors before mosquito season starts.
  • The airports are slow now because the pre-boarding 'screening' is so inefficient.
  • I like to 'travel'.
  • Soundwaves can 'travel' through water.
  • I’ve 'travelled' the world.
  • Hooker
  • space 'travel'
  • 'travel' to Spain
  • I’m off on my 'travels' around France again.
  • There was a lot of 'travel' in the handle, because the tool was out of adjustment.
  • My drill press has a 'travel' of only 1.5 inches.
  • 'communication' of smallpox
  • 'communication' of a secret
  • Some say that 'communication' is a necessary prerequisite for sentience; others say that it is a result thereof.
  • The node had established 'communication' with the network, but had as yet sent no data.
  • Surveillance was accomplished by means of intercepting the spies' 'communications'.
  • The subpoena required that the company document their 'communication' with the plaintiff.
  • The professors' 'communications' consisted of lively discussions via email.
  • A round archway at the far end of the hallway provided 'communication' to the main chamber.
  • Bishop Pearson
  • Beattie
  • The car was totalled, but fortunately I had 'insurance'.
  • After five years in banking, I switched to 'insurance'.
  • The sky was clear, but I took my umbrella for 'insurance'.
  • I only take 'insurance' if the count is right.
  • They organized a 'social' at the dance club to get people to know each other.
  • Fred hated going down to the 'social' to sign on.
  • What's your 'social'?
  • James is a very 'social' guy; he knows lots of people.
  • Teresa feels uncomfortable in certain 'social' situations.
  • Unemployment is a 'social' problem.
  • 'social' gaming
  • a 'social' insect
  • Un devoir 'social'.
  • l'homme est un animal 'social'.
  • Était-ce parce que la vie 'sociale' de Gilberte devait présenter les mêmes contrastes que celle de Swann ? (Marcel Proust, Fugitive, 1922)
  • faire du 'social'.
  • They organized a 'social' at the dance club to get people to know each other.
  • Fred hated going down to the 'social' to sign on.
  • What's your 'social'?
  • James is a very 'social' guy; he knows lots of people.
  • Teresa feels uncomfortable in certain 'social' situations.
  • Unemployment is a 'social' problem.
  • 'social' gaming
  • a 'social' insect
  • Un devoir 'social'.
  • l'homme est un animal 'social'.
  • Était-ce parce que la vie 'sociale' de Gilberte devait présenter les mêmes contrastes que celle de Swann ? (Marcel Proust, Fugitive, 1922)
  • faire du 'social'.
  • They organized a 'social' at the dance club to get people to know each other.
  • Fred hated going down to the 'social' to sign on.
  • What's your 'social'?
  • James is a very 'social' guy; he knows lots of people.
  • Teresa feels uncomfortable in certain 'social' situations.
  • Unemployment is a 'social' problem.
  • 'social' gaming
  • a 'social' insect
  • Un devoir 'social'.
  • l'homme est un animal 'social'.
  • Était-ce parce que la vie 'sociale' de Gilberte devait présenter les mêmes contrastes que celle de Swann ? (Marcel Proust, Fugitive, 1922)
  • faire du 'social'.
  • The shift of the supplier gave us a 'saving' of 10 percent.
  • I invested all my 'savings' in gold.
  • a 'saving' cook
  • a 'saving' bargain
  • The ship has made a 'saving' voyage.
  • a 'saving' clause
  • We flew on a 'budget' airline.
  • 'Budgeting' is even harder in times of recession
  • The PM’s pet projects are 'budgeted' rather generously
  • The prestigious building project is 'budgeted' in great detail, from warf facilities to the protocollary opening.
  • The large number of good candidates made 'selection' difficult.
  • My final 'selection' was a 1934 Chateau Lafitte.
  • I've brought a 'selection' of fine cheeses to go with your wine.
  • For my next 'selection', I'll play Happy Birthday in F-sharp minor.
  • My life 'lacks' excitement.
  • He'll never 'lack' for company while he's got all that money.
  • 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
  • This exercise is a 'simulation' of actual battle conditions.
  • The most reliable 'simulation' predicts that the hurricane will turn north.
  • Despite extensive 'simulation' in the design phase, the aircraft failed to behave as expected.
  • 'Binary' states are often represented as 1 and 0 in computer science.
  • Two ingredients are combined in a 'binary' poison.
  • A 'binary' statistical distribution has only two categories.
  • Division of reals is a 'binary' operation.
  • He downloaded the 'binary' distribution for Linux, then burned it to DVD.
  • Si 'rota' defuerit, tu pede carpe viam.
  • The 'majority' agreed that the new proposal was the best.
  • Those opposing the building plans were in the 'majority', so the building project was canceled.
  • The winner with 53% had a 6% 'majority' over the loser with 47%.
  • By the time I reached my 'majority', I had already been around the world twice.
  • On receiving the news of his promotion, Charles Snodgrass said he was delighted to be entering his 'majority'.
  • Fairholt
  • Magnolias belong to the 'order' lang=en
  • to 'order' troops to advance
  • to 'order' groceries
  • For catching the thief, you'll get a nice 'reward'.
  • The 'rewards' for bringing in badly wanted criminals are printed on 'dead or alive' posters
  • Is this the 'reward' I get for telling the truth: to be put in jail?
  • Why are you 'rewarding' the child for misbehaving?
  • Decorations are meant to 'reward' the most meritous acts and services
  • "I have no objection to any person's lang=en
  • 'no' one
  • There is 'no' water left.
  • 'No' hot dogs were sold yesterday.
  • 'No' customer personal data will be retained unless it is rendered anonymous.
  • 'No' smoking
  • There's 'no' stopping her once she gets going.
  • My mother's 'no' fool.
  • Working nine to five every day is 'no' life.
  • I just want to find out whether she's coming or 'no'.
  • 'No', you are mistaken.
  • 'No', you may not watch television now.
  • "Don’t you like milk?" "'No'" (i.e., "No, I don’t like milk.")
  • The workers voted on whether to strike, and there were thirty "yeses" and one "'no'".
  • 'No' ne! — 'Well', I never!'
  • No sepä mukavaa!
  • 'No', ille non travalia hodie. — 'No', he is not working today
  • Illa time audir un 'no'. — She is afraid of hearing 'no'.
  • 'Nat' lupus inter oves.
  • 'Nare' contra aquam.
  • Piger ad 'nandum'.
  • Ars 'nandi'.
  • Carinae 'nant' freto.
  • Per medium classi barbara 'navit' Athon.
  • Undae 'nantes' refulgent.
  • 'Nant' oculi.
  • no lo gerku pu batci le nanmu
  • no le gerku pu batci le ta nanmu
  • Eles removeram-'no' do grupo devido a mau comportamento da sua parte.
  • Costumava estar aqui um copo, mas eles partiram-'no' quando cá estiveram.
  • Đang 'no'. — I'm full.
  • 'No' bụng. — My stomach's full.
  • He encountered the enemy at the 'hazard' of his reputation and life.
  • The video game involves guiding a character on a skateboard past all kinds of 'hazards'.
  • I'll 'hazard' a guess.
  • 6B4 is the 'duodecimal' notation for the decimal number 1000.
  • The 'blood' flows into the menstrual cup.
  • EPA is currently developing the specification for high-efficiency 'toilets'. All HETs that meet WaterSense criteria for efficiency and performance will be eligible to receive a label once EPA finalizes the specification. — [http://www.epa.gov/watersense/partners/specs/het.htm US Environmental Protection Agency.]
  • The store 'stocks' all kinds of dried vegetables.
  • to 'stock' a warehouse with goods
  • to 'stock' a farm, i.e. to supply it with cattle and tools
  • to 'stock' land, i.e. to occupy it with a permanent growth, especially of grass
  • Shakespeare
  • stock items
  • stock sizes
  • That band is quite stock
  • He gave me a stock answer
  • the 'ruling' monarch
  • a 'ruling' passion
  • As a diplomat, you are 'immune' from prosecution.
  • I am 'immune' to chicken pox.
  • Alas, he was 'immune' to my charms.
  • We examined the patient's 'immune' response.
  • I've got a 'job' for you - could you wash the dishes?
  • That surgeon has a great 'job'.
  • He's been out of a 'job' since being made redundant in January.
  • He had had a nose nose 'job'.
  • We wanted to sell a turnkey plant, but they 'jobbed out' the contract to small firms.
  • L'Estrange
  • Moxon
  • to 'job' a carriage
  • Thackeray
  • A decrepit, exhausted old man at fifty-five. --Motley.
  • 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
  • I have absolutely no 'influence' over him.
  • I'm not able to exercise 'influence' over him.
  • He has been a great 'influence' on the voters during the elections.
  • The politician wants to 'influence' the public.
  • I must admit that this book 'influenced' my outlook on life.
  • Excellent time 'management' helped her succeed in all facets of her life.
  • Mark Twain was a 'master' of fiction.
  • She has a 'master' in psychology.
  • He is a 'master' of marine biology.
  • The band couldn't find the 'master', so they re-recorded their tracks.
  • The case was tried by a 'master', who concluded that the plaintiffs were the equitable owners of the property.
  • 'master' lang=en
  • It took her years to 'master' the art of needlecraft.
  • a two-'master'
  • X shall be entitled to subcontract its 'obligation' to provide the Support Services. <>
  • ammonia 'water'
  • a diamond of the first 'water', i.e. one that is perfectly pure and transparent
  • The wealth 'distribution' became extremely skewed in the kleptocracy.
  • Have you had any 'word' from John lang=en
  • He sent 'word' that we should strike camp before lang=en
  • I give you my 'word' that I will be there on lang=en
  • Her parents had lived in Botswana, spreading the 'word' among the lang=en
  • Can I have a 'word' with lang=en
  • There had been 'words' between him and the secretary about the outcome of the lang=en
  • I’m not sure how to 'word' this letter to the council.
  • Ek het ryk t=I 'became' rich.
  • Ek 'word' t=I 'am becoming' rich.
  • Sy 'word' t=She 'is getting' better.
  • Die kat 'word' t=The cat 'is being' fed.
  • 'circulatory' diseases
  • 'circulatory' organs
  • a 'circulatory' letter
  • Hakluyt
  • Burrill
  • 'Laser' e silphio profluens.
  • Cuius sucus 'laser' vocatur.
  • 'Lasaris' radix.
  • Rugby players are of sturdy 'build'.
  • The computer company has introduced a new prototype 'build' to beta testers.
  • I made a 'build' that looked like the Parthenon in that game.
  • 'digital' computer;  'digital' clock
  • A school is an 'educational' establishment.
  • They were shown an 'educational' film about VD.
  • The 'route' was used so much that it formed a rut.
  • You need to find a 'route' that you can take between these two obstacles.
  • We live near the bus 'route'.
  • Here is a map of our delivery 'routes'.
  • Follow 'Route' 49 out of town.
  • All incoming mail was 'routed' through a single office.
  • The room has a wooden lang=en
  • Many sunken ships rest on the ocean lang=en
  • The 'floor' of a cave served the refugees as a lang=en
  • The pit 'floor' showed where a ring of post holes had lang=en
  • Wooden planks of the old bridge's 'floor' were nearly lang=en
  • For years we lived on the third lang=en
  • Will the senator from Arizona yield the lang=en
  • The mayor often gives a lobbyist the lang=en
  • Raymond
  • The 'floor' of 4.5 is lang=en
  • 'floor' a house with pine lang=en
  • 'floor' an lang=en
  • We were 'floored' by his lang=en
  • 'floor' a college lang=en
  • The town 'wall' was surrounded by a lang=en
  • We're adding another 'wall' in this room during the lang=en
  • The wind blew against the 'wall's of the lang=en
  • A 'wall' of police officers met the protesters before they reached the capitol lang=en
  • a sea'wall', a lang=en
  • a 'wall' of sound, a 'wall' of lang=en
  • He 'walled' the study with books.
  • They had 'walled' in the garden
  • The previous owners had 'walled' off two rooms, making an apartment.
  • They 'walled' up the basement space that had been used as a coal bin.
  • The number 2202 contains three 'two's.
  • This toy is suitable for the 'two's and threes.
  • to 'drive' sheep out of a field
  • the example is not exactly about an action described by the definition. the example is about driving brambles, not about driving animals. The beaters 'drove' the brambles, causing a great rush of rabbits and other creatures.
  • You 'drive' nails into wood with a hammer.
  • The pistons 'drive' the crankshaft.
  • 'drive' a car
  • What 'drives' a person to run a marathon?
  • Their debts finally 'drove' them to sell the business.
  • This constant complaining is going to 'drive' me to insanity.   You are 'driving' me crazy!
  • I 'drive' to work every day.
  • My wife 'drove' me to the airport.
  • Francis Bacon
  • Tomlinson
  • Crassus had wealth and wit, but Pompey had 'drive' and Caesar as much again.
  • Napoleon's 'drive' on Moscow was as determined as it was disastrous.
  • Some old model trains have clockwork 'drives'.
  • It was a long 'drive'.
  • The mansion had a long, tree-lined 'drive'.
  • Beverly Hills’ most famous street is Rodeo 'Drive'.
  • This CD player is 'powered' by batteries.
  • 'This' classroom is where I learned to read and lang=en
  • They give the appearance of knowing what they're doing. It's 'this' appearance that lets them get away with so lang=en
  • When asked what he wanted for his birthday, he gave 'this' reply: lang=en
  • I met 'this' woman the other day who's allergic to wheat. I didn't even know that was lang=en
  • There's just 'this' nervous mannerism that Bob has with his hands, and it drives me lang=en
  • It snowed 'this' lang=en
  • I need 'this' much water.
  • We've already come 'this' far, we can't turn back now.
  • 'This' is the excellent foppery of the world, that, when we are sick in fortune,—often the surfeit of our own behaviour,—we make guilty of our disasters the sun, the moon, and the stars — Shakespeare, King Lear, [http://en.wikisource.org/w/index.php?title=The_Tragedy_of_King_Lear&action=edit§ion=4 Act 1. Scene 2.]
  • This plants is deid.
  • Wampum was used as a 'currency' by Amerindians.
  • The jargon’s 'currency'.
  • He takes greatness of kingdoms according to their bulk and 'currency', and not after intrinsic value. — Francis Bacon.
  • The bare name of Englishman too often gave a transient 'currency' to the worthless and ungrateful. — W. Irving.
  • a 'multiparty' telephone call
  • judicial 'Judicial' days are days on which courts are open.
  • They say they can 'turn' the parts in two lang=en
  • Give the handle a 'turn', then pull it.
  • They took 'turns' playing with the new toy.
  • They quote a three-day 'turn' on parts like those.
  • I've had a funny 'turn'.
  • She took a 'turn' for the worse.
  • One good 'turn' deserves another.
  • I felt that the man was of a vindictive nature, and would do me an evil 'turn' if he found the opportunity
  • 'postal' worker
  • for all your 'postal' needs
  • work in the 'postal' industry
  • Zero, one, -1, 2.5, and pi are all lang=en
  • The 'number' 8 is usually made with a single lang=en
  • The equation includes the most important 'numbers': 1, 0, , , and lang=en
  • Horse 'number' 5 won the lang=en
  • Any 'number' of people can be reading from a given repository at a lang=en
  • Adjectives and nouns should agree in gender, 'number', and lang=en
  • For his second 'number', he sang "The Moon Shines lang=en
  • 'Number' the baskets so that we can find them easily.
  • I don’t know how many books are in the library, but they must 'number' in the thousands.
  • This crater is relatively 'shallow'.
  • Saute the onions in a 'shallow' pan.
  • The water is 'shallow' here.
  • It was a glamorous but 'shallow' lifestyle.
  • The acting is good, but the characters are 'shallow'.
  • 'shallow' learning
  • The ship ran aground in an unexpected 'shallow'.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • We have to redo all this 'cabling' for the network and this time remember which wire goes where.
  • His mother is very 'controlling'.
  • A long time union member himself, Phil showed 'solidarity' with the picketing grocery store workers by shopping at a competing, unionized store.
  • Only the 'solidarity' provided by her siblings allowed Margret to cope with her mother's harrowing death.
  • Mexican open-bed 'trucks' haul most of the fresh produce that comes into the United States from Mexico.
  • Keep on 'trucking'!
  • I need some more 'information' about this issue.
  • For your 'information', I did this because I wanted to.
  • And as you can see in this slide, we then take the raw data and convert it into 'information'.
  • Cette 'information' nous est parvenue hier soir.
  • Tous les jours, il regarde la télé le midi pour suivre les 'informations'.
  • Théorie de linformation'.
  • The process left metal 'filings' all over the bench and the part.
  • This compound has a number of interesting 'material' properties.
  • Don't let 'material' concerns get in the way of living a happy life.
  • You've made several 'material' contributions to this project.
  • This is the most 'material' fact in this lawsuit.
  • Asphalt, composed of oil and sand, is a widely used 'material' for lang=en
  • We were a warm-up act at the time; we didn't have enough original 'material' to lang=en
  • You'll need about a yard of 'material' to make lang=en
  • John Doe is a great governor, and I also believe he is presidential lang=en
  • 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.
  • 'emergency' vehicles
  • the central 'nervous' system
  • The penalty for his crime was to do hard labor.
  • A penalty was called when he tripped up his opponent.
  • A 'student' of philosophy.
  • He is a 'student' of life.
  • The 'students' were out raising funds for rag week.
  • Why did your 'pupils' dilate when you saw me topless? Do you like me or something?
  • I paid a high 'price' for my folly.
  • to 'price' eggs
  • All in all, it was an even 'exchange'.
  • an 'exchange' of cattle for grain
  • The stock 'exchange' is open for trading.
  • The 555 'exchange' is reserved for use by the phone company, which is why it's often used in films.
  • NPA-NXX-1234 is standard format, where NPA is the area code and NXX is the 'exchange'.
  • After an 'exchange' with the manager, we were no wiser.
  • Shakespeare
  • I'll gladly 'exchange' my place for yours.
  • I'd like to 'exchange' this shirt for one in a larger size.
  • Since his arrest, the mob boss has 'exchanged' a mansion for a jail cell.
  • the Soho 'district' of London
  • the Lake 'District' in Cumbria
  • South Oxfordshire 'District' Council
  • the apple-leaf 'sewer', Phoxopteris nubeculana
  • Pi has a value of 3.141, to three 'decimals'.
  • The attic contains a remarkable 'collection' of antiques, oddities, and random junk.
  • The asteroid belt consists of a 'collection' of dust, rubble, and minor planets.
  • He has a superb coin lang=en
  • 'Collection' of trash will occur every lang=en
  • Take careful aim at the lang=en
  • They have a 'target' to finish the project by lang=en
  • He made a good lang=en
  • Do you charge by source or lang=en
  • The advertising campaign 'targeted' older women.
  • This cross-platform compiler can 'target' any of several processors.
  • The war has taken its 'toll' on the people.
  • We can handle on a 'toll' basis your needs for spray drying, repackaging, crushing and grinding, and dry blending.
  • We will be replacing some manned 'tolls' with high-speed device readers.
  • Once more it is proposed to 'toll' the East River bridges.
  • Shakespeare
  • Martin 'tolled' the great bell every day.
  • Ask not for whom the bell 'tolls'.
  • The ringer 'tolled' the workers back from the fields for vespers.
  • The bells 'tolled' the King’s death.
  • Hou many virgins shal she 'tolle' and drawe to þe Lord - "Life of Our Lady"
  • The statute of limitations defense was 'tolled' as a result of the defendant’s wrongful conduct.
  • The number 2202 contains three 'two's.
  • This toy is suitable for the 'two's and threes.
  • The 'allocation' of new permits is on a first-come, first-served basis.
  • Si 'rota' defuerit, tu pede carpe t=If you don't have a 'car', you'd better make your way on foot.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • a heavy 'tax' on time or health
  • Clarendon
  • Johnson
  • Some think to 'tax' the wealthy is the fairest.
  • Some think to 'tax' wealth is destructive of a private sector.
  • I have a 'database' of all my contacts in my personal lang=en
  • The "books" 'database' will have three tables, and the "customers" 'database' will have two lang=en
  • Which 'database' do you use: MySQL or lang=en
  • A 'culture' is the combination of the language that you speak and the geographical location you belong to. It also includes the way you represent dates, times and currencies. ... Examples: en-UK, en-US, de-AT, fr-BE, etc.
  • He left a note as a 'reminder' to get groceries.
  • She ignored first the 'reminder' of 80 cents. At the end, she was sentenced to pay 200 euros!
  • I can't read your 'writing'.
  • a 'writing' table
  • a financial lang=en
  • A 'block' of ice.
  • A 'block' of stone.
  • Anne Boleyn placed her head on the 'block' and awaited her execution.
  • I'm going for a walk around the 'block'.
  • A 'block' of flats.
  • The place you are looking for is two long 'blocks' east and one short 'block' north.
  • I'll knock your 'block' off.
  • A 'block' of 100 tickets.
  • There's a 'block' in the pipe that means the water can't get through.
  • The pipe is 'blocked'.
  • You're 'blocking' the road – I can't get through.
  • His plan to take over the business was 'blocked' by the boss.
  • He 'blocked' the basketball player's shot.
  • The offensive linemen tried to 'block' the blitz.
  • It was very difficult to 'block' this scene convincingly.
  • I tried to send you a message, but you've 'blocked' me!
  • When the condition expression is false, the thread 'blocks' on the condition variable.
  • I 'blocked' the mittens by wetting them and pinning them to a shaped piece of cardboard.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • It is the 'decision' of the court that movies are protected as free lang=en
  • It's a tough 'decision', but I'll take lang=en
  • After agonizing deliberations, they finally proceeded with lang=en
  • He has won twice by knockout, once by lang=en
  • The city council decided the matter should go to public 'vote'.
  • Parliament will hold a 'vote' of confidence regarding the minister.
  • The Supreme Court upheld the principle of one person, one 'vote'.
  • Massinger
  • The depository may 'vote' shares on behalf of investors who have not submitted instruction to the bank.
  • Knight
  • 'Laser' e silphio profluens.
  • Cuius sucus 'laser' vocatur.
  • 'Lasaris' radix.
  • The palate is the 'roof' of the lang=en
  • Archaeologists discovered that the cave's 'roof' was decked with lang=en
  • The balloon rose 'high' in the sky.
  • My bank charges me a 'high' interest lang=en
  • The note was too 'high' for her to lang=en
  • Epicures do not cook game before it is 'high'.
  • The tailor liked his meat lang=en
  • a 'high' wind; 'high' passions
  • 'high' (i.e. intense) heat; 'high' (i.e. full or quite) noon; 'high' (i.e. rich or spicy) seasoning; 'high' (i.e. complete) pleasure; 'high' (i.e. deep or vivid) colour; 'high' (i.e. extensive, thorough) scholarship
  • How 'high' above land did you fly?
  • Costs have grown 'higher' this year again.
  • I certainly can't sing that 'high'.
  • That pill gave me a 'high' for a few hours, before I had a comedown.
  • The sun 'higheth'.
  • They lived happily ever 'after'.
  • I left the room, and the dog bounded 'after'.
  • We had a few beers 'after' the lang=en
  • The time is quarter 'after' lang=en
  • The Cold War began shortly 'after' the Second World lang=en
  • He will leave a trail of destruction 'after' lang=en
  • He's 'after' a job; run 'after' him; inquire 'after' her lang=en
  • We named him 'after' his grandfather; a painting 'after' Leonardo da lang=en
  • The princess is next in line to the throne 'after' the lang=en
  • 'After' your bad behaviour, you will be lang=en
  • 'After' all that has happened, he is still my lang=en
  • I can't believe that, 'after' all our advice against gambling, you walked into that casino!
  • I was 'after' finishing my dinner when there was a knock on the lang=en
  • to look 'after' workmen; to enquire 'after' a friend; to thirst 'after' righteousness
  • I went home 'after' we had decided to call it a day.
  • The 'after' gun is mounted lang=en
  • The 'after' gun is abaft the forward lang=en
  • 'after' zweim tagon
  • 'after' antreitu
  • Only a 'select' few were allowed into the premiere.
  • This is a 'select' cut of beef.
  • He looked over the menu, and 'selected' the roast beef.
  • The program computes all the students' grades, then 'selects' a random sample for human verification.
  • That 'missile' is explosive enough to kill hundreds.
  • The contract requires that the 'party' of the first part pay the fee.
  • He is a queer 'party'.
  • I can't possibly be a 'party' to that kind of reckless behaviour.
  • The green 'party' took 12% of the vote.
  • The settlers were attacked early next morning by a scouting 'party'.
  • I'm throwing a huge 'party' for my 21st birthday.
  • We're expecting a large 'party' from the London office.
  • Tupperware 'party';  lingerie 'party'
  • We 'partied' until the early hours.
  • If you want to beat that monster, you should 'party' with a healer.
  • an escutcheon 'party' per pale
  • Chaucer
  • Traffic is slow at rush hour.
  • Traffic is slow at rush hour.
  • I'm going to delete these unwanted 'files' to free up some disk space.
  • She 'filed' for divorce the next day.
  • The company 'filed' for bankruptcy when the office opened on Monday.
  • They 'filed' for a refund under their warranty.
  • The troops marched in Indian 'file'.
  • The applicants kept 'filing' into the room until it was full.
  • Fielding
  • I'd better 'file' the bottoms of the table legs. Otherwise they will scratch the flooring.
  • The widget making machine is being used for 'production' now.
  • The widgets are coming out of 'production' now.
  • They hope to increase spaghetti 'production' next year.
  • We went to a 'production' of Hamlet.
  • He made a simple meal into a huge 'production'.
  • This is the final 'production' model.
  • The only reason why I haven't gone to 'university' is because I can't afford it.
  • Much education and experience is required for proper 'identification' of bird species
  • information necessary to make a good 'identification'
  • The authorities asked for his 'identification'
  • 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.
  • He 'documented' each step of the process as he did it, which was good when the investigation occurred.
  • A ship should be 'documented' according to the directions of law.
  • 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.
  • Apply 'pressure' to the wound to stop the bleeding.
  • the 'pressure' of poverty; the 'pressure' of taxes; the 'pressure' of motives on the mind; the 'pressure' of civilization.
  • She has felt 'pressure' lately because her boss expects her to get the job done by the first.
  • the 'pressure' of business
  • Do not let anyone 'pressure' you into buying something you do not want.
  • a 'slave' to passion, to strong drink, or to ambition
  • Art thou the slave that with thy breath hast kill'd/ Mine innocent child? Shakespeare. Much Ado About Nothing.
  • I was 'slaving' all day over a hot stove.
  • Marston
  • to 'slave' a hard disk
  • Les langues 'slaves'.
  • Avant le IXe siècle, on présume que les Slaves partageaient tous une langue à peu près identique appelée le 'slave' commun, mais aucun écrit avant 860 ne peut le prouver.
  • at eleven, we went for an 'early' lunch;  she began reading at an 'early' age;  his mother suffered an 'early' death
  • You're 'early' today! I don't usually see you before nine o'clock.
  • The 'early' guests sipped their punch and avoided each other's eyes.
  • The play "Two Gentlemen of Verona" is one of Shakespeare's 'early' works.
  • 'Early' results showed their winning 245 out of 300 seats in parliament. The main opponent locked up only 31 seats.
  • 'early' cancer
  • We finished the project an hour sooner than scheduled, so we left 'early'.
  • A 'community' is infinitely more brutalised by the habitual employment of punishment than it is by the occasional occurrence of crime (Oscar Wilde)
  • a 'community' of lang=en
  • That 'missile' is explosive enough to kill hundreds.
  • Cosmic rays are 'energetic' particles from outer space.
  • Those kids are so 'energetic': they want to run around playing all day.
  • 'energetic' laws
  • infrared light
  • infrared waves
  • infrared radiation
  • You're going about it the wrong 'way'.   He's known for his quirky 'ways'.   I don't like the 'way' she looks at lang=en
  • In a large 'way', crocodiles and alligators are lang=en
  • 'Way' to ruin the moment, lang=en
  • I'm 'way' too tired to do that.
  • I'm a 'way' better singer than she.
  • I'm 'way' tired
  • String theory is 'way' cool, except for the math.
  • I used to live 'way' over there.
  • The farmhouse is 'way' down the bottom of the hill.
  • The government 'funded' the research.
  • I am 'expert' at making a simple situation complex.
  • My cousin is an 'expert' pianist.
  • This problem requires 'expert' knowledge.
  • We called in several 'experts' on the subject, but they couldn't reach an agreement.
  • Yes, a 'crank' was all it needed to start.
  • Billy-Bob is a nasty old 'crank'! He chased my cat away.
  • John is a 'crank' because he talks to himself.
  • That 'crank' next door thinks he's created cold fusion in his garage.
  • Danny got abscesses from shooting all that bathtub 'crank'.
  • Motorists had to 'crank' their engine by hand.
  • He's been 'cranking' all day and yet it refuses to crank.
  • He's been cranking all day and yet it refuses to 'crank'.
  • I turn the key and 'crank' the engine; yet it doesn't turn over
  • 'Crank' it up!
  • Quit 'cranking' about your spilt milk!
  • By one hour into the shift, the boys were really 'cranking'.
  • Ivory 'turns' well.
  • The sight 'turned' my stomach.
  • to 'turn' the Iliad
  • The privilege to hold a weekly 'market' was invaluable for any feudal era burgh.
  • We believe that the 'market' for the new widget is the older homeowner.
  • Foreign 'markets' were lost as our currency rose versus their valuta.
  • The stock 'market' ceased to be monopolized by the paper-shuffling national stock exchanges with the advent of Internet 'markets'.
  • We plan to 'market' an ecology model by next quarter.
  • We 'marketed' more this quarter already then all last year!
  • There is plenty of comfortable 'seating'.
  • cane 'seating'
  • 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.
  • If the goalkeeper is injured, we have a 'backup'.
  • After the power failure, we had to restore the database from 'backup'.
  • The blockage caused a 'backup' in the plumbing.
  • He's got a gun - you better send for 'backup'.
  • I am only a 'backup' player.
  • Make a 'backup' copy of that file.
  • The divers encountered a huge 'school' of mackerel.
  • Our children attend a public 'school' in our neighborhood.
  • Harvard University is a famous American postsecondary 'school'.
  • We are enrolled in the same university, but I attend the 'School' of Economics and my brother is in the 'School' of Music.
  • These economists belong to the monetarist 'school'.
  • I'll see you after 'school'.
  • He was a gentleman of the old 'school'.
  • Many future prime ministers were 'schooled' in Eton.
  • She took care to 'school' her expression, not giving away any of her feelings.
  • The 'route' was used so much that it formed a rut.
  • You need to find a 'route' that you can take between these two obstacles.
  • We live near the bus 'route'.
  • Here is a map of our delivery 'routes'.
  • Follow 'Route' 49 out of town.
  • Sir Walter Scott
  • 'point' de Venise; Brussels 'point'
  • The dog came to a 'point'.
  • to 'point' a composition
  • Alexander Pope
  • I was up all night 'coding' but the program was done for the boss this morning.
  • You are a human being. You have rights 'inherent' in that reality. You have dignity and worth that exists prior to law. — (w:Lyn Beth Lyn Beth Neylon).
  • Wrap the loaf in two 'layers' of aluminum foil before putting it in the oven.
  • After the first coat of paint dried, he applied another 'layer'.
  • I find seven-'layer' cake a bit too rich.
  • When dealing with an infestation of headlice, the first step is to eliminate the 'layers'.
  • Layer the ribbons on top of one another to make an attractive pattern.
  • 'dat' huis
  • 'dat' kind
  • Wat is 'dat'?
  • Ik ken een meisje 'dat' dat kan.
  • Ik zag 'dat' het goed was.
  • Ik mag 'dat' book.
  • ...un 'dat' schapp, weck ümmer leddig was.
  • 'Dat' weiß ich nich'.
  • Ich glaub, 'dat' der 'n bisschen übertreibt.
  • 'dat' Huus — 'the' house
  • Sęd ik, dat ik Kauken hęw?
  • Kick di 'dat' an!
  • dat Schipp, 'dat' wi sailt hębben
  • 'Dat' varte ikkje lenge.
  • 'Dat' vil eg ikkje segja deg.
  • mi-a 'dat' cartea - he gave me the book
  • How many different 'cuttings' can this movie undergo?
  • The actor had to make his 'cutting' shorter to fit the audition time.
  • I need some sort of 'cutting' utensil to get through this shrink wrap.
  • The director gave the auditioning actors 'cutting' criticism.
  • We have to redo all this 'cabling' for the network and this time remember which wire goes where.
  • Since their 'establishment' of the company in 1984, they have grown into a global lang=en
  • The firm celebrated twenty years since their 'establishment' by updating their lang=en
  • Pedro's is a fine 'establishment' serving a variety of delicious lang=en
  • Exposing the shabby parts of the lang=en
  • It's often necessary to question 'the establishment' to get things lang=en
  • He erred by the 'appointment' of unsuitable men.
  • the 'appointment' of treasurer
  • They made an 'appointment' to meet at six.
  • I'm leaving work early because I have a doctor's 'appointment'.
  • To submit to the divine 'appointments'.
  • According to the 'appointment' of the priests. --Ezra vi. 9.
  • The flag 'waved' in the gentle breeze.
  • I 'waved' goodbye from across the room.
  • Jones 'waves' at strike one.
  • The starter 'waved' the flag to begin the race.
  • Sir Thomas Browne
  • The 'wave' traveled from the center of the lake before breaking on the shore.
  • Gravity 'waves', while predicted by theory for decades, have been notoriously difficult to detect.
  • Her hair had a nice 'wave' to it.
  • sine 'wave'
  • A 'wave' of shoppers stampeded through the door when the store opened for its Christmas discount special.
  • A 'wave' of retirees began moving to the coastal area.
  • A 'wave' of emotion overcame her when she thought about her son who was killed in battle.
  • With a 'wave' of the hand.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • There's a lot of 'storage' space in the loft.
  • I′d recommend backing up these files to 'storage' before reinstalling the operating system.
  • This flavour of soup has been assigned the 'code' WRT-9.
  • "The collection of laws made by the order of Justinian is sometimes called, by way of eminence, "The Code"." -Wharton
  • Object-oriented C++ 'code' is easier to understand for a human than C 'code'.
  • I wrote some 'code' to reformat text documents.
  • We should 'code' the messages we sent out on usenet.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • In the center was a small, 'global' lang=en
  • Pollution is a 'global' lang=en
  • 'Global' variables keep support engineers lang=en
  • The boss gave him a 'warning' that he would be fired if he did not desist from his lang=en
  • The 'majority' agreed that the new proposal was the best.
  • Those opposing the building plans were in the 'majority', so the building project was canceled.
  • The winner with 53% had a 6% 'majority' over the loser with 47%.
  • By the time I reached my 'majority', I had already been around the world twice.
  • On receiving the news of his promotion, Charles Snodgrass said he was delighted to be entering his 'majority'.
  • John Locke
  • The cold stone walls of the 'prison' had stood for over a century.
  • 'Prison' was a harrowing experience for him.
  • The academy was a 'prison' for many of its students because of its strict teachers.
  • Raincoats give 'protection' from rain.
  • He sent me his details via 'e-mail'.
  • The advent of 'e-mail' has simultaneously brought our society closer together and farther apart.
  • He sent me an 'e-mail' last week to that effect.
  • I am searching through my old 'e-mails'.
  • I am searching through my old 'e-mail'.
  • My inbox used to only allow 50 MB of 'e-mail' at a time until last year, when they upgraded it to 2 GBs!
  • What's your 'e-mail'?
  • She 'e-mailed' me last week, asking about the status of the project.
  • Most teenagers spend twenty-six hours a day 'e-mailing' and surfing the Web.
  • I'll 'e-mail' you the link.
  • He 'e-mailed' the file out to everyone.
  • Acid House is not my 'bag': I prefer the more traditional styles of music.
  • The grounder hit the 'bag' and bounced over the fielder’s head.
  • He headed back to the 'bag'.
  • If one has a bag of three apples and the letter 'a' is taken to denote 'apple', then such bag could be represented symbolically as {a,a,a}. Note that in an ordinary context, when talking about a bag of apples, one does not care about identifying the individual apples, although one might be interested in distinguishing apples by species, for example, letting 'r' denote 'red apple' and 'g' denote 'green apple', then a bag of three red apples and two green apples could be denoted as {r,r,r,g,g}.
  • the 'bag' of poison in the mouth of some serpents
  • the 'bag' of a cow
  • We 'bagged' three deer yesterday.
  • The skin 'bags' from containing morbid matter.
  • Chaucer
  • Warner. (Alb. Eng.)
  • 'Broadcasting' can be a lucrative field, but very few people end up on the air.
  • frequent 'broadcastings' of the same old material
  • We sowed the seeds, 'broadcasting' with a rotary spreader.
  • A 'network' of roads crisscrossed the country.
  • To get a job in today's economy, it is important to have a strong 'network'.
  • The copy machine is connected to the 'network' so it can now serve as a printer.
  • Many people find it worthwhile to 'network' for jobs and information.
  • If we 'network' his machine to the server, he will be able to see all the files.
  • 'Political' principles are rarely absolute, as 'political' logic holds an imperfect result by compromise is better than a theoretically perfect abstention from the political process in the opposition.
  • Good 'political' staff is hard to find, they may neither be ambitious and corrupted by power nor tempted by private sector careers.
  • 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
  • Det är fel på 'datan'
  • Raymond
  • He’s 'working' in a bar.
  • he 'worked' his way through the crowd;  the dye 'worked' its way through;  using some tweezers, she 'worked' the bee sting out of her hand
  • He 'worked' the levers.
  • the mine was 'worked' until the last scrap of ore had been extracted.
  • He used pliers to 'work' the wire into shape.
  • she 'works' the night clubs;  the salesman 'works' the Midwest;  this artist 'works' mostly in acrylics
  • The rock musician 'worked' the crowd of young girls into a frenzy.
  • She knows how to 'work' the system.
  • I cannot 'work' a miracle.
  • He is 'working' his servants hard.
  • he pointed at the car and asked, "Does it 'work'"?;  he looked at the bottle of pain pills, wondering if they would 'work';  my plan didn’t 'work'
  • They 'worked' on her to join the group.
  • His fingers 'worked' with tension.
  • A ship 'works' in a heavy sea.
  • this dough does not 'work' easily;  the soft metal 'works' well
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • The jugs were 'full' to the point of lang=en
  • Our book gives 'full' treatment to the subject of lang=en
  • She had tattoos the 'full' length of her arms.   He was prosecuted to the 'full' extent of the lang=en
  • "I'm 'full'," he said, pushing back from the lang=en
  • a 'full' pleated skirt;   She needed her 'full' clothing during her lang=en
  • a 'full' singing voice
  • She's 'full' of her latest project.
  • I was fed to the 'full'.
  • That sculpture is not merely artistic, but also 'functional': it can be used as a hatrack.
  • A 'functional' construction element generally must meet higher technical but lower aesthetical requirements
  • Fairholt
  • He liked to listen to classical music on his 'stereo'.
  • The barbaric practice continues to the 'present' day.
  • The 'present' manager has been here longer than the last one.
  • Is there a doctor 'present'?;   Several people were 'present' when the event took place.
  • a 'present' wit
  • to stand at lang=en
  • 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
  • 'flue' på veggen - fly on the wall
  • Call the lang=en
  • The 'police' operating in New York City operate under the New York City Police Department, several other City agencies and boards, and several public lang=en
  • Extra security was hired to 'police' the crowd at the big game.
  • Fuyez, la 'police' arrive !
  • He was given 'free' rein to do whatever he wanted.
  • He's very 'free' with his money.
  • a 'free' radical
  • a 'free' horse
  • a 'free' school
  • This is a 'free' country.
  • 'free' service; 'free' socage
  • Burrill
  • a 'free' fishery; a 'free' warren
  • on the 'port' side
  • 'Port' your helm!
  • Him I accuse/The city 'ports' by this hath enter'd — w:William Shakespeare, w:Coriolanus Coriolanus (1623), V.vi.
  • And from their ivory 'port' the Cherubim,/Forth issuing at the accustomed hour, — w:John Milton, w:Paradise Paradise Lost (1667), s:Paradise Lost/Book book IV
  • ...her 'ports' being within sixteen inches of the water... — w:Walter Sir W. Raleigh
  • They are easily 'ported' by boat into other shires. — w:Thomas Fuller, The History of the Worthies of England
  • 'Port' arms!
  • ...the angelic squadron...began to hem him round with 'ported' spears. — w:John Milton, w:Paradise Paradise Lost (1667), s:Paradise Lost/Book book IV
  • Gamers can't wait until a 'port' of the title is released on the new system.
  • The latest 'port' of the database software is the worst since we made the changeover.
  • In order to change the bearing, you must first remove the gearbox 'assembly'.
  • instructions for 'assembly'
  • 'assembly' line
  • school 'assembly'
  • freedom of 'assembly'
  • the General General 'Assembly' of the United Nations
  • The mailbox is 'by' the bus stop.
  • Be back 'by' ten o'clock!
  • We will send it 'by' the first week of July.
  • The matter was decided 'by' the chairman.
  • The boat was swamped 'by' the water.
  • He was protected 'by' his body armour.
  • There are many well-known plays 'by' William Shakespeare
  • I avoided the guards 'by' moving only when they weren't looking.
  • I sorted the items 'by' category.
  • Our stock is up 'by' ten percent.
  • We went through the book page 'by' page.
  • We crawled forward 'by' inches.
  • He cheated 'by' his own admission.
  • 'By' Jove! I think she's got it!
  • 'By' all that is holy, I'll put an end to this.
  • It is easy to invert a 2-'by'-2 matrix.
  • The room was about 4 foot 'by' 6 foot.
  • The bricks used to build the wall measured 10 'by' 20 'by' 30 cm.
  • I watched as it passed 'by'.
  • There was a shepherd close 'by'.
  • The shop is hard 'by' the High Street.
  • I'll stop 'by' on my way home from work.
  • We're right near the lifeguard station. Come 'by' before you leave.
  • The women spent much time after harvest putting jams 'by' for winter and spring.
  • On 'by' tam nie poszedł. = On nie poszedł'by' tam. — He would not go there.
  • 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"
  • I don't know if she will be there, but it's worth a 'check'.
  • 'checks' and balances
  • The castle moat should hold the enemy in 'check'.
  • Place a 'check' by the things you have done.
  • I was not carrying cash, so I wrote a 'check' for the amount.
  • I summoned the waiter, paid the 'check', and hurried to leave.
  • The hockey player gave a good hard 'check' to obtain the puck.
  • a 'check' given for baggage; a return 'check' on a railroad
  • 'Check' the oil in your car once a month.
  • 'Check' whether this page has a watermark.
  • 'Check' the correct answer to each question.
  • 'Check' your enthusiasm during a negotiation.
  • 'Check' your data against known values.
  • 'Check' your hat and coat at the door.
  • 'Check' your bags at the ticket counter before the flight.
  • He 'checked' the ball and then proceeded to perform a perfect layup.
  • That basket doesn't count—you forgot to 'check'!
  • The hockey player 'checked' the defenceman to obtain the puck.
  • Tom didn't think he could win, so he 'checked'.
  • The sun 'checks' timber.
  • Francis Bacon
  • The tablecloth had red and white 'check's.
  • The house is in 'order'; the machinery is out of 'order'.
  • to preserve 'order' in a community or an assembly
  • the higher or lower 'orders' of society
  • talent of a high 'order'
  • to take 'orders', or to take 'holy orders', that is, to enter some grade of the ministry
  • lang=en The 'drain' in the kitchen sink is clogged.
  • lang=en An access point or conduit for rainwater that drains directly downstream in a (drainage) basin without going through sewers or water treatment in order to prevent or belay floods
  • 'legal' lang=en
  • That was a 'waste' of time
  • Her life seemed a 'waste'
  • The cage was littered with animal 'waste'
  • E. Kay (1822-1897), afterwards Lord Justice of Appeal, had rooms on the same staircase as myself, and we 'wasted' a great deal of time together, both in term and in my second summer vacation. 1909. Francis Galton, Memories of my life, p. 69.
  • We 'wasted' millions of dollars and several years on that lang=en
  • The atmosphere is an 'international' lang=en
  • the 'international' community of lang=en
  • an 'international' lang=en
  • The United team includes five England 'internationals'.
  • Les Nations Unies sont une organisation 'internationale'.
  • There are many more 'foreign' students in Europe since the Erasmus scheme started.
  • Eating with chopsticks was a 'foreign' concept to him.
  • 'foreign' body
  • My bank charges me $2.50 every time I use a 'foreign' ATM.
  • I spent all night on the 'coding', but the program was ready by morning.
  • Please 'completely' fill in the box for your answer, using a number 2 pencil.
  • He is 'completely' mad.
  • I say I did him a 'service' by ending our relationship - now he can freely pursue his career.
  • Hair care is a 'service' lang=en
  • This machine provides the name 'service' for the lang=en
  • Lancelot was at the 'service' of King lang=en
  • I did three years in the 'service' before coming lang=en
  • She brought out the silver tea lang=en
  • The player had four 'service' faults in the lang=en
  • The funeral 'service' was lang=en
  • The 'service' happened lang=en
  • They 'service' the customer base.
  • He is going to 'service' the car.
  • He was going to 'service' her.
  • min bil är inne på 'service'
  • The employee of the week receives a 'bonus' for his excellent lang=en
  • When bank fired the loan originator, they recovered the last two years of her bonuses under the 'malus' clause in her contract.
  • 'Malus' et nequam homo.
  • 'Malam' opinionem habere de aliquo.
  • Consuetudo 'mala'.
  • 'Pessima' puella.
  • 'Malus' bifera.
  • Et steriles platani 'malos' gessere valentes.
  • Felices arbores putantur esse quercus vel 'malus'.
  • Antemnas ad 'malos' destinare.
  • 'Malum' erigi imperavit.
  • Attolli 'malos'.
  • Turrium 'mali'.
  • Many people believed communism was a good 'system' until the breakup of the Soviet lang=en
  • They say they can 'turn' the parts in two days.
  • Ivory 'turns' well.
  • to 'turn' the Iliad
  • the latest 'number' of a magazine
  • 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
  • Shakespeare
  • I learned to 'code' on an early home computer in the 1980s.
  • 'Parking' a car in a tight spot gave him some satisfaction. as gerund
  • His 'parking' skills needed improvement. as participial adjective
  • They will be 'parking' the aircraft in the desert for the next few months. as progressive
  • Each one of his 'parkings' of securities was a separate count on the indictment. as gerundial noun
  • 'Parking' in central London can be very difficult.
  • It can be difficult to find 'parking' in central London.
  • a 'digital' radio station
  • The troops were on 'standby' in case of an attack.
  • That recipe is an old 'standby', and she keeps the ingredients around in case of unexpected guests.
  • 'Standby' while I check that for you.
  • 'them' uuīha uuīsa lēstean: To obey 'that' holy wise.
  • 'Digital' payment systems are replacing cash transactions.