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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adverb: Approximately; nearly: The interview lasted about an hour.
- adverb: Almost: The job is about done.
- adverb: To a reversed position or direction: Turn about and walk away slowly.
- adverb: In no particular direction: wandering about with no place to go.
- adverb: All around; on every side: Let's look about for help.
- adverb: In the area or vicinity; near: spoke to a few spectators standing about.
- adverb: In succession; one after another: Turn about is fair play.
- adverb: On the verge of; presently going to. Used with the infinitive: The chorus is about to sing.
- adverb: Usage Problem Used to show determination or intention in negative constructions with an infinitive: I am not about to concede the point.
- preposition: On all sides of; surrounding: I found an English garden all about me.
- preposition: In the vicinity of; around: explored the rivers and streams about the estate.
- preposition: Almost the same as; close to; near.
- preposition: In reference to; relating to; concerned with: a book about snakes.
- preposition: In the act or process of: While you're about it, please clean your room.
- preposition: In the possession or innate character of: Keep your wits about you.
- adjective: Moving here and there; astir: The patient is up and about.
- adjective: Being in evidence or existence: Rumors are about concerning his resignation.
- they crowded about the speaker jie susispietė apie kalbėtoją
- (apie vietą) netoli
- čia pat
- he must be somewhere about jis turi būti kažkur čia pat
- to run about the garden bėgioti po sodą