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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: Knowledge of a person acquired by a relationship less intimate than friendship.
- noun: A relationship based on such knowledge: struck up an acquaintance with our new neighbor.
- noun: A person whom one knows.
- noun: Knowledge or information about something or someone: has a passing acquaintance with Chinese history.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
- If we wished to maintain the view that there is no acquaintance with Self, we might argue as follows: We are acquainted with _acquaintance_, and we know that it is a relation.
- Then I said that you and I were shocked to find Gladys being charged with witchcraft because we had some acquaintance with her—and then I had to rephrase that because the coroner had never heard of the word acquaintance and wanted to know what it meant.
- An embarrassing question in any case, and doubly so under the circumstances, because my acquaintance is a very learned man, one of the three or four really first-class minds that Europe produced in his generation; and naturally I, as one of the unlearned, was inclined to regard his lightest word with reverence amounting to awe.
- In fact, I think the relation of subject and object which I call acquaintance is simply the converse of the relation of object and subject which constitutes presentation.
- The mutual acquaintance is quite the gentleman and has a beautiful family.
- n supažindinimas
- to make smb's acquaintance susipažinti
- to cultivate the acquaintance palaikyti pažintį