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abject

Abject tarimas:

  • /'æbdʤekt/

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • adjective: Brought low in condition or status. See Synonyms at mean2.
  • adjective: Being of the most contemptible kind: abject cowardice.
  • adjective: Being of the most miserable kind; wretched: abject poverty.

Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:

  • Segregation still exists in the media, in the movies and the TV shows, where the abject is absented, where there is the default and the deviant, the "normal" and the "abnormal".
  • And the last thing they want is someone to get injured by what he referred to as abject stupidity, anybody coming out.
  • A true scientist should aim to finish life in abject loneliness and poverty.
  • But, even before Christmas, the lack of fresh vegetables caused scurvy to break out, and disappointed adventurer after disappointed adventurer took to his bunk in abject surrender to this culminating misfortune.
  • The dogs sat on their chairs in abject silence with Davis and his wife menacing them to remain silent, while, in front of the curtain, Dick and Daisy Bell delighted the matinee audience with their singing and dancing.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • a pažemintas, nelaimingas
  • niekingas, žemas
  • in abject poverty dideliame skurde