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Übersetzung für "letter" :

de Deutsch en Englisch
1
Buchstabe, der
letter
  • Substantiv
2
Letter, die
letter
  • Substantiv
  • Druckbuchstaben
3
Brief, der
letter
  • Substantiv
  • in einem Umschlag verschlossene Mitteilung
4
brieflich
by letter
  • schriftlich, per Brief
5
Briefkasten, der
letter box
  • Substantiv
  • von Privatperson
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Worterklärung für " Brief "
  • eine geschriebene, verschlossene Mitteilung, die (meist gegen Bezahlung) per Post oder Boten verschickt wird

Worterklärung für " letter "
  • Buchstabe

Worterklärung für " Letter "
  • Schriftzeichen in der Form eines Druckbuchstabens
  • Drucktype, die beim Setzen eines Textes verwendet wird

Worterklärung für " Briefkasten "
  • öffentlicher Behälter zum Einwurf von Postsendungen, die versendet werden sollen
  • privater, bei Gebäuden angebrachter, kleinerer Behälter zum Empfangen von Postsendungen

Worterklärung für " Buchstabe "
  • Linguistik, Schriftlinguistik: Zeichen, das die Laute einer Sprache in der Schrift wiedergeben kann

Beispiele für " letter "
  • There are 26 'letter's in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • "Some MEPs from some countries may have pocketed £2m more than I have by observing the letter but not the spirit of the rules." - [http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/7904886.stm]
  • The 'lettering' on the sign made it clear that intruders were unwelcome.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • I gave him 'express' instructions not to begin until I arrived, but he ignored me.
  • This book cannot be copied without the 'express' permission of the publisher.
  • In my eyes it bore a livelier image of the spirit, it seemed more 'express' and single, than the imperfect and divided countenance.
  • I took the 'express' into town.
  • H. Rider Haggard, King Solomon's Mines
  • Eikon Basilike
  • Words cannot 'express' the love I feel for him.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There was not much to do after the accident but offer what 'condolence' I could.
  • I sent her a card expressing my 'condolences' after her mother passed away.
  • a man of pleasing or insinuating lang=en
  • the President's 'address' is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW in Washington, lang=en
  • I went to his 'address' but there was nobody lang=en
  • The program will crash if there is no valid data stored at that lang=en
  • He 'addressed' some portions of his remarks to his supporters, some to his opponents.
  • He 'addressed' a letter.
  • The ship was 'addressed' to a merchant in Baltimore.
  • 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.
  • All of my grandparents are 'dead'.
  • He is 'dead' to me.
  • She stood with 'dead' face and limp arms, unresponsive to my plea.
  • the 'dead' load on the floor; a 'dead' lift.
  • 'dead' air; a 'dead' glass of soda.
  • 'dead' time; 'dead' fields; also in compounds.
  • OK, the circuit's 'dead'. Go ahead and cut the wire.
  • Now that the motor's 'dead' you can reach in and extract the spark plugs.
  • That monitor is 'dead'; don’t bother hooking it up.
  • There are several 'dead' laws still on the books regulating where horses may be hitched.
  • Is this beer glass 'dead'?
  • Once the ball crosses the foul line, it's 'dead'.
  • 'dead' stop; 'dead' sleep; 'dead' giveaway; 'dead' silence
  • 'dead' center; 'dead' aim; a 'dead' eye; a 'dead' level
  • After sitting on my hands for a while, my arms became 'dead'.
  • "You come back here this instant! Oh, when I get my hands on you, you're 'dead', mister!"
  • He hit the target 'dead' in the centre.
  • She’s 'dead' sexy.
  • He’s 'dead' stupid.
  • That’s 'dead' sure!
  • The 'dead' of night. The 'dead' of winter.
  • Have respect for the 'dead'.
  • He does not have enough 'capital' to start a lang=en
  • Washington D.C. is the 'capital' of the United States of lang=en
  • The Welsh government claims that Cardiff is Europe’s youngest lang=en
  • Interpreters need a good amount of cultural 'capital' in order to function efficiently in the lang=en
  • London and Paris are 'capital' cities.
  • That is a 'capital' idea!
  • One begins a sentence with a 'capital' letter.
  • La peine 'capitale' est abolie en France depuis les années 1980.
  • Es asunto de 'capital' importancia = "(This) is a very important matter"
  • Lo condenaron a la pena 'capital' = "He was sentenced to death penalty" (rare, "pena de muerte" is commonly used)
  • A 'small' serving of ice lang=en
  • A 'small' lang=en
  • He made us all feel lang=en
  • Remember when the children were lang=en
  • a 'small' space of time
  • Tyndale
  • to 'ship' freight by railroad
  • I 'shipped' on a man-of-war.
  • to 'ship' seamen
  • Wyclif (Acts xxviii. 11)
  • to 'ship' the tiller or rudder
  • We were 'shipping' so much water I was sure we would capsize.
  • Can you 'ship' me the ketchup?
  • "Twins ship Delmon Young to Tigers."
  • I 'ship' Kirk and Spock in my Star Trek fan fiction.
  • to levy 'blackmail'
  • Get out of bed, you 'lazy' lout!
  • I love staying inside and reading on a 'lazy' Sunday.
  • We strolled along beside a 'lazy' stream.
  • a 'lazy' algorithm
  • Ben Jonson
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • It's 'fixing' to rain.
  • 'butter' of antimony
  • peanut 'butter'
  • 'Butter' the toast.
  • Johnson
  • 'butter' les pommes de terre.
  • 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.
  • I would like to know your 'opinions' on the new systems.
  • In my 'opinion', white chocolate is better than milk chocolate.
  • Every man is a fool in some man's 'opinion'.
  • Truth, in matters of religion, is simply the 'opinion' that has survived. - w:Oscar Oscar Wilde
  • Shakespeare
  • 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!
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 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.
  • The show is especially popular with middle-aged 'men'.
  • every 'man' for himself
  • I always wanted to be a guitar 'man' on a road tour, but instead I’m a flag 'man' on a road crew.
  • Some people prefer apple pie, but me, I’m a cherry pie 'man'.
  • 'Man', that was a great catch!
  • lang=en Giv' is a bottle of dog 'man'! [Dog here is referring to beer or brown ale.]
  • The shipped was 'manned' with a small crew.
  • 'Man' the machine guns!
  • De oude 'man' en de zee.
  • I, he, she, it will / may
  • was 'man' sehen kann — what one can see
  • Ég 'man' ekki.
  • Hann 'man' hvað gerðist.
  • Duok 'man' tą knygą.
  • I äldre tider sa man att björnen ägde sju 'mans' styrka men en mans vett.
  • vad 'man' kan se
  • The pupil 'wrote' his name on the paper.
  • Your son has been 'writing' on the wall.
  • My uncle 'writes' newspaper articles for The Herald.
  • (UK) Please 'write' to me when you get there.
  • (US) Please 'write' me when you get there.
  • The due day of the homework is 'written' in the syllabus.
  • I 'write' for a living.
  • The computer 'writes' to the disk faster than it reads from it.
  • I was very anxious to know my score after I 'wrote' the test.
  • truth 'written' on the heart
  • How many 'writes' per second can this hard disk handle?
  • He received an 'insulting' letter.
  • 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.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • France has won three 'golds' and five silvers.
  • En 'gold' ko.
  • Abram wæs swiðe welig on 'golde'. Abram was very rich in gold. Genesis
  • Turn left after the second 'open' door.
  • It was as if his body had gone to sleep standing up and with his eyes 'open'.
  • Banks are not 'open' on bank holidays.
  • I am 'open' to new ideas.
  • He published an 'open' letter to the governor on a full page of the New York Times.
  • The man is an 'open' book.
  • I couldn't save my changes because another user had the same file 'open'.
  • I've got 'open' orders for as many containers of red durum as you can get me.
  • Turn the doorknob to 'open' the lang=en
  • He 'opened' a path through the lang=en
  • I don't want to 'open' that lang=en
  • I will 'open' the shop an hour early lang=en
  • Vermont will 'open' elk hunting season next lang=en
  • The door 'opened' all by lang=en
  • The shop 'opens' at lang=en
  • After the first two players fold, Julie 'opens' for lang=en
  • Jeff 'opens' his hand revealing a straight lang=en
  • The electrician found the 'open' in the circuit after a few minutes of testing.
  • I can't believe you left the lawnmower out in 'the open' when you knew it was going to rain this afternoon!
  • Wary of hunters, the fleeing deer kept well out of 'the open', dodging instead from thicket to thicket.
  • We have got to bring this company's corrupt business practices into 'the open'.
  • Kvifor er døra 'open'?
  • The Communist Party has a 'policy' of returning power to the workers.
  • a 'farewell' discourse
  • the band's 'farewell' tour
  • He said "'Farewell'!" and left.
  • There's a $15 'cover' lang=en
  • We need to set another 'cover' for the Smith lang=en
  • The open intervals are a 'cover' for the real lang=en
  • Knight
  • He 'covered' the baby with a lang=en
  • When the pot comes to a boil, 'cover' it and reduce the heat to lang=en
  • The blanket 'covered' the lang=en
  • Regular hexagons can 'cover' the lang=en
  • You can 'cover' the plane with regular lang=en
  • The magazine 'covers' such diverse topics as politics, news from the world of science, and the lang=en
  • We've earned enough to 'cover' most of our lang=en
  • Ten dollars should 'cover' lang=en
  • I need to take off Tuesday. Can you 'cover' for lang=en
  • Can you 'cover' the morning shift tomorrow? I'll give you off next Monday lang=en
  • He is our salesman 'covering' companies with headquarters in the northern lang=en
  • Does my policy 'cover' accidental lang=en
  • I would like to have my bitch 'covered' next lang=en
  • The stallion has not 'covered' the mare lang=en
  • In order to checkmate a king on the side of the board, the five squares adjacent to the king must all be lang=en
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • To apply for the position, complete the application 'form'.
  • By adding "-ness", you can 'form' a noun from an lang=en
  • 'final' solution;   the 'final' day of a school term
  • a 'final' judgment;   the battle of Waterloo brought the contest to a 'final' issue
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 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 are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 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 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
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • No one likes to go to 'funerals'.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • What 'kind' of a person are you?
  • This is a strange 'kind' of tobacco.
  • The opening served as a 'kind' of window.
  • I'll pay 'in kind' for his insult.
  • a 'kind' man; a 'kind' heart
  • The years have been 'kind' to Richard Gere; he ages well.
  • a horse 'kind' in harness
  • Chaucer
  • In sommige patriarchale tradities blijven 'kinderen' levenslang onvoorwaardelijk onderworpen aan het vaderlijk gezag, zoals aanvankelijk in het Oude Rome, in andere houdt een zoon op 'kind' te zijn door zijn eigen gezin te stichten
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • The 'accompanying' helped her relax.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • The 'lettering' on the sign made it clear that intruders were unwelcome.
  • 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!
  • Get out of bed, you 'lazy' lout!
  • I love staying inside and reading on a 'lazy' Sunday.
  • We strolled along beside a 'lazy' stream.
  • a 'lazy' algorithm
  • Ben Jonson
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • I have to revise the first 'draft' of my term paper.
  • His first 'drafts' were better than most authors' final products.
  • She took a deep 'draft' from the bottle of water.
  • He left the country to avoid the 'draft'.
  • I'd rather have a fresh, cheap 'draft' beer.
  • How are 'we' all tonight?
  • 'We' Canadians like to think of ourselves as different.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 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.
  • He asked his attorney to send her a 'dunning' letter.
  • Shakespeare
  • Sarah 'mooned' over Sam's photograph for months.
  • You've been 'mooning' after her forever, why not just ask her out?
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • The beautiful 'model' had her face on the cover of almost every fashion magazine lang=en
  • The boy played with a 'model' of a World War II fighter lang=en
  • The computer weather 'model' did not correctly predict the path of the lang=en
  • He decided to buy the turbo engine 'model' of the sports lang=en
  • The team developed a sound business lang=en
  • He was a 'model' of eloquence and virtue.
  • British parliamentary democracy was seen as a 'model' for other countries to lang=en
  • This year's 'model' features four doors instead of lang=en
  • She 'modelled' the shoes for her friends to see.
  • They 'modelled' the data with a computer to analyze the experiment’s results.
  • He takes great pride in his skill at 'modeling' airplanes.
  • The sculptor 'modelled' the clay into the form of a dolphin.
  • The actress used to 'model' before being discovered by Hollywood.
  • The personnel director handled the whole 'employment' procedure
  • Richard obtained a 'divorce' from his wife some years ago, but hasn't returned to the dating scene.
  • The Civil War split between Virginia and West Virginia was a 'divorce' based along cultural and economic as well as geographic lines.
  • Shakespeare
  • A ship captain can marry couples, but cannot 'divorce' them.
  • Lucy 'divorced' Steve when she discovered that he had been unfaithful.
  • The radical group voted to 'divorce' itself from the main faction and start an independent movement.
  • Edna and Simon 'divorced' last year; he got the house, and she retained the business.
  • He wore a gold 'chain' around the neck.
  • a 'chain' of mountains
  • a 'chain' of ideas, one leading to the next
  • This led to an unfortunate 'chain' of events.
  • That 'chain' of restaurants is expanding into our town.
  • When examined, the molecular 'chain' included oxygen and hydrogen.
  • the 'chains' of habit
  • Knight
  • A 'sea' of faces stared back at the singer.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 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
  • Magnolias belong to the 'order' lang=en
  • to 'order' troops to advance
  • to 'order' groceries
  • A 'student' of philosophy.
  • He is a 'student' of life.
  • The 'students' were out raising funds for rag week.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • An 'urgent' appeal was sent out for assistance.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • Without the real murderer's 'confession', an innocent person will go to jail.
  • I went to 'confession' and now I feel much better about what I had done.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 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.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • The plumber 'joined' the two ends of the broken pipe.   We 'joined' our efforts to get an even better result.
  • Parallel lines never 'join'.   These two rivers 'join' in about 80 miles.
  • I will 'join' you watching the football game as soon as I have finished my work.
  • Many children 'join' a sports club.   Most politicians have 'joined' a party.
  • By 'joining' the Customer table on the Product table, we can show each customer's name alongside the products they have ordered.
  • to 'join' encounter, battle, or issue
  • Milton
  • 'Formal' series are defined without any reference to convergence.
  • Jenny took Sam to her Year 12 'formal'.
  • to 'transfer' the laws of one country to another; to 'transfer' suspicion
  • to 'transfer' drawings or engravings to a lithographic stone
  • The title to land is 'transferred' by deed.
  • Un 'compendium' de logique, de philosophie.
  • L’ameublement de l’École traditionnelle est […] celui d’un auditorium scriptorium : chaire surélevée, unique tableau à l’usage exclusif de l’exposé magistral […], bancs pupitres pour enfants assis écrivant ou lisant […] meuble bibliothèque et 'compendium' scientifique soigneusement fermés, à l’abri de la poussière et des mains indiscrètes. (w:Célestin Célestin Freinet, L’École moderne française, 1946)
  • The 'foundation' of his institute has been wrought with difficulty.
  • The 'foundations' of this construction have been laid out.
  • The Wikimedia 'Foundation', Inc. is the parent organization of the Wiktionary collaborative project.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 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 house is in 'order'; the machinery is out of 'order'.
  • Come on, 'man', we've no time to lose!
  • Tomlins
  • That idea 'appeals' to me.
  • Milton
  • A kind of 'appeal' to the Deity, the author of wonders. -w:Francis Francis Bacon.
  • 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.
  • 12'a' Cromwell Street
  • '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' mháthair t=his father and mother inline=1
  • Chaill an t-éan 'a' chleití. t=The bird lost its feathers. inline=1
  • 'a' hathair agus 'a' máthair t=her father and mother inline=1
  • Bhris an mheaig 'a' heiteog. t=The magpie broke its wing. inline=1
  • 'a' n-athair agus 'a' máthair t=their father and mother inline=1
  • 'a' dtithe t=their houses inline=1
  • 'a' n-ainmneacha t=their names inline=1
  • 'A' ghéire a labhair sí! t=How sharply she spoke! inline=1
  • 'A' fheabhas atá sé! t=How good it is! inline=1
  • 'A' Dhia! t=O God! inline=1
  • 'A' dhuine uasail! t=Sir! inline=1
  • Tar isteach, 'a' Sheáin. t=Come in, Seán. inline=1
  • 'A' amadáin! t=You fool! inline=1
  • an fear 'a' chuireann síol t=the man who sows seed inline=1
  • an síol 'a' chuireann an fear t=the seed that the man sows inline=1
  • an síol 'a' cuireadh t=the seed that was sown inline=1
  • nuair 'a' bhí mé óg t=when I was young inline=1
  • an cat 'a' d'ól an bainne t=the cat that drank the inline=1
  • an bord 'a' raibh leabhar air t=the table on which there was a book inline=1
  • an fear 'a' bhfuil a mhac ag imeacht t=the man whose son is going away inline=1
  • 'a' haon, 'a' dó, 'a' trí... t=one, two, three... inline=1
  • Séamas 'a' Dó t=James the Second inline=1
  • bus 'a' seacht t=the number seven bus inline=1
  • síol 'a' chur t=to sow seed inline=1
  • uisce 'a' ól t=to drink water inline=1
  • an rud atá sé 'a' scríobh t=what he is writing inline=1
  • D’éirigh sé 'a' chaint. t=He rose to speak. inline=1
  • téigh 'a' chodladh. t=Go to sleep. inline=1
  • Sin 'a' bhfuil ann. t=That's all that is there. inline=1
  • An bhfuair tú 'a' raibh uait? t=Did you get all that you wanted? inline=1
  • Íocfaidh mé as 'a' gceannóidh tú. t=I will pay for whatever you buy. 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"
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 'I' suɔ mo.
  • Hi ha moltes colomes i teuladins — There are many pigeons and sparrows.
  • Ella escriu els articles i ell els il·lustra amb els seus dibuixos — She writes the articles and he illustrates them with his drawings.
  • 'I' slepá veverka někdy najde ořech. - 'Even' a blind squirrel finds an acorn sometimes.
  • Ua ʻai ka pōpoki 'i' ka ʻiole.
  • as i busa — he/she struck you.
  • i = /ɪ˨/
  • í = /ɪ˥/
  • ii = /iː˨˨/
  • íi = /iː˥˨/
  • ií = /iː˨˥/
  • íí = /iː˥˥/
  • Ligge 'i' sengen
  • Oppe 'i' fjellene
  • Møtet varte ('i') to timer
  • Han var utenlands 'i' mange år
  • 'I' høst, 'i' vår, 'i' dag, 'i' går
  • Være 'i' fred
  • Være 'i' god stand
  • Leve 'i' fattigdom
  • Betale 'i' gull
  • Gjøre noe 'i' all hast
  • 'i' hemmelighet
  • 'I' deg har jeg en sann venn.
  • Adam i Ewa tylko zjedli jabłko — Adam and Eve only ate an apple.
  • Patrzę na nią i oczom nie wierzę — I look at her and can't believe my eyes.
  • Ivica i Marica se vole — Ivica and Marica love each other.
  • i tako dalje — and so on
  • ne možeš istovremeno i tužiti i suditi. — you can't simultaneously both sue and judge
  • i meni se sviđa vaš odabir — I like your choice too
  • (čak) i ja sam pozvan na zabavu! — even I have been invited to the party
  • on je ne samo darovit, nego i jako marljiv — he is not only talented, but also very industrious
  • umorio sam se i nisam mogao više igrati košarku — I grew tired, so I couldn't play basketball anymore
  • Kim bor 'i' Stockholm, som ligger 'i' Sverige.
  • Klockan tjugo 'i' elva gick slutligen jag hem.
  • 'i' måndags
  • 'i' julas
  • i porang (he/she/it is / they are beautiful)
  • a-i-kuab (i know him/her/it/them)
  • i py (his/her/its/their foot/feet)
  • i xupé (to him/her/it/them)
  • Mae'r jem i Siân - The jewel's for Siân.
  • Maen 'n dweud 'iddi' hi yfed gormod o gwrw - They say that she drank too much beer
  • A 'company' of lang=en
  • Keep the house clean; I have 'company' lang=en
  • I treasure your lang=en
  • The Boys in 'Company' lang=en
  • It took six 'companies' to put out the lang=en
  • As he had worked for the CIA for over 30 years, he would soon take retirement from the lang=en
  • Spenser
  • Bishop Hall
  • The boss gave him a 'warning' that he would be fired if he did not desist from his lang=en
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • I have no 'complaints' about the quality of his work, but I don't enjoy his company.
  • Don't come too close, I've got this nasty 'complaint'.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • The heroic soldier 'covered' himself with glory.
  • 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'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 'I' intro iam t=Now then, 'go' inline=1
  • No er me 'i' Noreg.
  • I met my 'love' by the gasworks wall.
  • Hello, 'love', how can I help you?
  • I 'love' my spouse;  I love I 'love' you
  • Mold 'loves' moist, dark places.
  • I 'love' walking barefoot on wet grass;  I'd 'love' to join the team;  I 'love' what you've done with your hair
  • I 'love' the fact that the coffee shop now offers fat-free chai latte.
  • I wish I could 'love' her all night long.
  • So that’s fifteen-'love' to Kournikova.
  • A 'company' of actors.
  • Keep the house clean; I have 'company' coming.
  • I treasure your 'company'.
  • the Boys in 'Company' C
  • It took six 'companies' to put out the fire.
  • As he had worked for the CIA for over 30 years, he would soon take retirement from the 'company'.
  • That idea 'appeals' to me.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 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
  • I did no 'trades' with them once the rumors started.
  • The skilled 'trades' were the first to organize modern labor unions.
  • It is not a retail showroom. It is only for the 'trade'.
  • He learned his 'trade' as an apprentice.
  • Even before noon there was considerable 'trade'.
  • They rode the 'trades' going west.
  • Rumors about layoffs are all over the 'trades'.
  • Josh picked up some 'trade' last night.
  • This company 'trades' in precious metal.
  • Will you 'trade' your precious watch for my earring?
  • 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.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 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"
  • a 'dead' floor
  • Shakespeare
  • A person who is banished or who becomes a monk is civilly 'dead'.
  • the 'dead' spindle of a lathe
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • I need my 'privacy', so please mind your own frigging business!
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • Every person who passes by is a potential 'customer'.
  • a cool 'customer', a tough 'customer', an ugly 'customer'
  • an 'invitation' to a party, to a dinner, or to visit a friend
  • My mobile phone can't get a 'signal' in the railway station.
  • a 'signal' exploit; a 'signal' service; a 'signal' act of benevolence
  • a republican 'form' of government
  • a matter of mere 'form'
  • To apply for the position, complete the application 'form'.
  • participial 'forms'; verb 'forms'
  • When you kids 'form' a straight line I'll hand out the lollies.
  • When icicles start to 'form' on the eaves you know the roads will be icy.
  • Teenagers 'form' the bulk of extreme traffic offenders.
  • Singing in a choir helps to 'form' a child's sociality.
  • sometimes dash is also used colloquially to refer to a hyphen or minus sign.
  • Add a 'dash' of vinegar
  • He 'dashed' across the field.
  • I have to 'dash' now. See you soon.
  • He 'dashed' the bottle against the bar and turned about to fight.
  • The man was 'dashed' from the vehicle during the accident.
  • Her hopes were 'dashed' when she saw the damage.
  • Her thoughts were 'dashed' to melancholy.
  • He 'dashed' down his eggs, she 'dashed' off her homework
  • to 'dash' wine with water; to 'dash' paint upon a picture
  • 'circular' reasoning
  • Your dictionary defines "brave" as "courageous", and "courageous" as "brave". That's a 'circular' definition.
  • a 'circular' formula in a spreadsheet
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • July is my favourite 'month'.
  • We went on holiday for two 'months'.
  • to 'join' encounter, battle, or issue
  • Russia is a 'large' country.   The fruit-fly has 'large' eyes for its body size.   He has a 'large' collection of stamps.
  • Getting a car tricked out like that will cost you 50 'large'.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • With no power for the electric lights, the house was a 'sea' of darkness.
  • I must offer a big 'thank-you' to my agent for getting me this job.
  • a 'thank-you' letter
  • 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
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • an 'open' hand; an 'open' flower; an 'open' prospect
  • an 'open' question
  • to keep an offer or opportunity 'open'
  • an 'open' winter
  • Francis Bacon
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • blood bank;  sperm bank;  data lang=en
  • He banked with Barclays.
  • I'm going to 'bank' the money.
  • the 'banks' of Newfoundland
  • The 'bank' of clouds on the horizon announced the arrival of the predicted storm front.
  • Ores are brought to 'bank'.
  • to 'bank' sand
  • Shakespeare
  • a 'bank' of switches
  • a 'bank' of pay phones
  • Burrill
  • Knight
  • Knead bread with a rocking 'action'.
  • an 'action' movie
  • a rifle 'action'
  • She gave him some 'action'.
  • He saw some 'action' in the Korean War.
  • One of the earliest uses of groups, according to lore, was the study of the 'action' of on the equilateral triangle.
  • The director yelled ‘'Action'!’ before the camera started rolling.
  • une 'action' t=a promotional lang=fr
  • une 'action' de t=a capitalisation lang=fr
  • 'Growth' was dampened by a softening of the global economy in 2001, but picked up in the subsequent years due to strong growth in 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
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • The type 'description' of the fungus was written by a botanist.
  • 'legal' lang=en
  • I say I did him a 'service' by ending our relationship - now he can freely pursue his career.
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • 'pastoral' duties; a 'pastoral' letter
  • 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
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • '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
  • Meu coração pertence 'a' você.=“My heart belongs to you.”
  • participial 'forms';  verb 'forms'
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • She wore a 'golden' crown.
  • Under a 'golden' sun.
  • The Renaissance was a 'golden' era.
  • the Golden Horseshoe
  • This is a 'golden' opportunity
  • It's not long until our 'golden' wedding.
  • ...lose se van der lang=gml der dusternisse unde van deme scheme des dodes. (" ...free them from the power of darkness and the shadow of death." )
  • 'I' suɔ mo.
  • Hi ha moltes colomes i teuladins — There are many pigeons and sparrows.
  • Ella escriu els articles i ell els il·lustra amb els seus dibuixos — She writes the articles and he illustrates them with his drawings.
  • 'I' slepá veverka někdy najde ořech. - 'Even' a blind squirrel finds an acorn sometimes.
  • Ua ʻai ka pōpoki 'i' ka ʻiole.
  • 'I' intro iam t=Now then, 'go' inline=1
  • as i busa — he/she struck you.
  • i = /ɪ˨/
  • í = /ɪ˥/
  • ii = /iː˨˨/
  • íi = /iː˥˨/
  • ií = /iː˨˥/
  • íí = /iː˥˥/
  • Ligge 'i' sengen
  • Oppe 'i' fjellene
  • Møtet varte ('i') to timer
  • Han var utenlands 'i' mange år
  • 'I' høst, 'i' vår, 'i' dag, 'i' går
  • Være 'i' fred
  • Være 'i' god stand
  • Leve 'i' fattigdom
  • Betale 'i' gull
  • Gjøre noe 'i' all hast
  • 'i' hemmelighet
  • 'I' deg har jeg en sann venn.
  • No er me 'i' Noreg.
  • Adam i Ewa tylko zjedli jabłko — Adam and Eve only ate an apple.
  • Patrzę na nią i oczom nie wierzę — I look at her and can't believe my eyes.
  • Ivica i Marica se vole — Ivica and Marica love each other.
  • i tako dalje — and so on
  • ne možeš istovremeno i tužiti i suditi. — you can't simultaneously both sue and judge
  • i meni se sviđa vaš odabir — I like your choice too
  • (čak) i ja sam pozvan na zabavu! — even I have been invited to the party
  • on je ne samo darovit, nego i jako marljiv — he is not only talented, but also very industrious
  • umorio sam se i nisam mogao više igrati košarku — I grew tired, so I couldn't play basketball anymore
  • Kim bor 'i' Stockholm, som ligger 'i' Sverige.
  • Klockan tjugo 'i' elva gick slutligen jag hem.
  • 'i' måndags
  • 'i' julas
  • i porang (he/she/it is / they are beautiful)
  • a-i-kuab (i know him/her/it/them)
  • i py (his/her/its/their foot/feet)
  • i xupé (to him/her/it/them)
  • Mae'r jem i The jewel's for lang=cy
  • Maen 'n dweud 'iddi' hi yfed gormod o They say that she drank too much lang=cy
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
  • Mae'r jem i The jewel's for lang=cy
  • Maen 'n dweud 'iddi' hi yfed gormod o They say that she drank too much lang=cy
  • I'll pay in 'kind' for his insult.
  • a 'farewell' discourse;  the band's 'farewell' tour
  • It's 'fixing' to lang=en
  • early 'specimens' of the art of Picasso
  • Examples: Postcard: Leap Year, 1908, :File:Trinity College, Connecticut, in 1905 Postcard: Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut
  • 'lower' a bucket into a well
  • to 'lower' a sail of a boat
  • to 'lower' a flag
  • 'Lowered' softly with a threefold cord of love / Down to a silent grave. w:Alfred Alfred Tennyson.
  • 'lower' a fence or wall
  • 'lower' a chimney or turret
  • 'lower' the aim of a gun
  • to 'lower' one's ambition, aspirations, or hopes
  • 'lower' the temperature
  • 'lower' one's vitality
  • 'lower' distilled liquors
  • 'lower' one's pride
  • I could never 'lower myself' enough to buy second-hand clothes.
  • 'lower' the price of goods
  • 'lower' the interest rate
  • The river 'lowered' as rapidly as it rose.
  • Bouvier
  • John Dryden
  • 'them' uuīha uuīsa lēstean: To obey 'that' holy wise.
  • to 'ship' freight by railroad
  • to 'ship' seamen;  I 'shipped' on a man-of-war.
  • to 'ship' the tiller or rudder
  • We were 'shipping' so much water I was sure we would capsize.
  • Can you 'ship' me the ketchup?
  • Twins 'ship' Delmon Young to Tigers.
  • 'By' t=In the olden lang=fy
  • I 'love' my spouse.   I love I 'love' you!
  • Like master, like 'man'. (old proverb)
  • all the king's 'men'
  • 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
  • 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
  • 'them' uuīha uuīsa lēstean: To obey 'that' holy wise.
  • If you want to buy a bicycle, you need to put the money in your piggy 'bank'.
  • Get out of bed, you 'lazy' lang=en
  • I love staying inside and reading on a 'lazy' lang=en
  • We strolled along beside a 'lazy' lang=en
  • a 'lazy' lang=en
  • to 'open' a discussion; to 'open' fire upon an enemy; to 'open' trade, or correspondence; to 'open' a case in court, or a meeting
  • to 'open' a closed fist
  • to 'open' matted cotton by separating the fibres
  • Get out of bed, you 'lazy' lang=en
  • I love staying inside and reading on a 'lazy' lang=en
  • We strolled along beside a 'lazy' lang=en
  • a 'lazy' lang=en
  • 'By' the power vested in me, I now pronounce you man and wife.
  • 'By' t=In the olden lang=fy
  • 'By' the power vested in me, I now pronounce you man and wife.
  • 'them' uuīha uuīsa lēstean: To obey 'that' holy wise.
  • He 'covered' the baby with a blanket.
  • When the pot comes to a boil, 'cover' it and reduce the heat to medium.
  • The blanket 'covered' the baby.
  • Regular hexagons can 'cover' the plane.
  • You can 'cover' the plane with regular hexagons.
  • The heroic soldier 'covered' himself with glory.
  • The magazine 'covers' such diverse topics as politics, news from the world of science, and the economy.
  • We've earned enough to 'cover' most of our costs.
  • Ten dollars should 'cover' lunch.
  • I need to take off Tuesday. Can you 'cover' for me?
  • Can you 'cover' the morning shift tomorrow? I'll give you off next Monday instead.
  • He is our salesman 'covering' companies with headquarters in the northern provinces.
  • Does my policy 'cover' accidental loss?
  • I would like to have my bitch 'covered' next spring.
  • The stallion has not 'covered' the mare yet.
  • In order to checkmate a king on the side of the board, the five squares adjacent to the king must all be 'covered'.
  • Aren't we full of 'dash' this morning?
  • Un 'compendium' de logique, de lang=fr
Beispiele für " letter box "
  • There are twenty-six 'letters' in the English alphabet.
  • I wrote a 'letter' to my sister about my life.
  • Benjamin Franklin was multiskilled - a scientist, politician and a man of 'letters'.
  • the 'letter' of a room
  • a blood-'letter'
Beispiele für " by letter "
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 'By' t=In the olden lang=fy
  • 'By' the power vested in me, I now pronounce you man and wife.
  • 'By' t=In the olden lang=fy
  • 'By' the power vested in me, I now pronounce you man and wife.