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abstruse

Abstruse tarimas:

  • /æb'stru:s/

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • adjective: Difficult to understand; recondite. See Synonyms at ambiguous.

Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:

  • Very enthusiastic, I remember they said you were, on certain abstruse points in comparative philology.
  • Greek, and Hebrew languages, and perfectly well knew not only the sciences called abstruse, but those arts which come under the denomination of polite literature.
  • Madam, all minds are not gifted with the necessary qualities which the delicacy of those fine sciences called abstruse require.
  • I am now approaching the border land of what may be called the abstruse in science, in which I humbly acknowledge it would take a vast volume to contain all I don't know; yet I hope to make plain to you this most beautiful and accurate method, and for fear I may forget to give due credit, I will say that I am indebted to Dr. Hastings for it, with whom it was an original discovery, though he told me he afterward found it had been in use by
  • I choose to believe instead that Spinrad is engaging in some kind of abstruse wordplay in which “Mike Resnick is an African SF writer” is revealed to be a pun or a palindrome or something, rather than something that he thought would be a useful addition to the discussion.


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