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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.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- I, too, lament this..and will be doing something about it like I mentioned last month..about reading more complete series..which is what my "older" books mentioned above will consist of.
- When in the late summer of 2008 he first publicly floated a trial balloon about seeking a third term, he did it by saying he\'d have to \ "seriously think about\" running if the Council decided to upend the two-term constraint.
- If you LISTEN to what he says you will hear loud and clear how much he cares about the state of this country and how he wants to provide solutions to the issues we face, including tax relief, healthcare for everyone and addressing the disaster that Bill Clinton ** knew about and did nothing about** known as global warming.
- So when I say that walls need to come down, I mean that we all need to be more honest about what our jobs mean, why we work and how they can be improved, which means tolerance for talking *about* work in a social context.
- (Neo-Meinongians might also want to say that on their view, ˜3 is prime™ is about the number 3, but in saying this, they would be using ˜about™ in a way that doesn't entail the existence of 3.)
- prp apie, aplink, aplinkui
- 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
- I have n
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