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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Physically strong and healthy: "It required an immediate end to welfare for the able-bodied poor” ( David A. Stockman).
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- If he hadn’t joined up, he could have been drafted anyway In April 1862 the conscription laws came into effect, allowing Confederate marshals to round up able-bodied men from eighteen to forty-five and their definition of able-bodied was fairly elastic, handcuff them, and march them off to fight.
- Even men of good will were blinded by the fantasy of “sturdy beggars,” that is, the able-bodied poor, men unwilling to earn an honest living.
- Unlike in many other wars, when majorities of able-bodied men readily volunteered to fight for a cause, and despite loud and sustained calls by government officials for American men to enlist in the military, most Americans during World War II were less than eager to make the ultimate sacrifice of citizenship when called upon to do so.
- His eye captures vulnerable moments of both the old and the young, the able-bodied and the handicapped, people hard at work, those busy with play, and those who, untethered, exist somewhere in between.
- During that time, almost every able-bodied male served.
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