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Anglų - Lietuvių žodynas

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action

Action tarimas:

  • /'ækʃn/

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: The state or process of acting or doing: The medical team went into action.
  • noun: Something done or accomplished; a deed. See Usage Note at act.
  • noun: Organized activity to accomplish an objective: a problem requiring drastic action.
  • noun: The causation of change by the exertion of power or a natural process: the action of waves on a beach; the action of a drug on blood pressure.
  • noun: A movement or a series of movements, as of an actor.
  • noun: Manner of movement: a horse with fine action.
  • noun: Habitual or vigorous activity; energy: a woman of action.
  • noun: Behavior or conduct. Often used in the plural.
  • noun: The operating parts of a mechanism.
  • noun: The manner in which such parts operate.
  • noun: The manner in which a musical instrument can be played; playability: a piano with quick action.
  • noun: The series of events and episodes that form the plot of a story or play.
  • noun: The appearance of animation of a figure in painting or sculpture.
  • noun: Law A judicial proceeding whose purpose is to obtain relief at the hands of a court.
  • noun: Armed encounter; combat: missing in action.
  • noun: An engagement between troops or ships: fought a rear-guard action.
  • noun: The most important or exciting work or activity in a specific field or area: always heads for where the action is.

Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:

  • Since 'to know' is not an action and since reduplication expresses a resultant state from an *action* as outlined above, naturally there can be no reduplicated forms possible for these stative verbs.
  • In particular, if in the EPR/B experiment the L-apparatus pointer has a definite position before the L-measurement and the R-particle temporarily comes to possess definite position during the L-measurement, then the GRW/Pearle models involve action at a distance and thus also action* at a distance.
  • If, on scientific principles, it can be proved that those verbs generally denominated neuter, _originally_ expressed action, their present, accepted meaning will still oppose the theory, for the generality of mankind do not attach to them the idea of _action_.
  • These are known as _reflex action, voluntary action_, and
  • _Beautiful_, for instance, is said not only of a successful expression, but also of a scientific truth, of an action successfully achieved, and of a moral action: thus we talk of an _intellectual beauty_, of a _beautiful action_, of a _moral beauty_.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • n veikimas
  • to take action imtis priemonių/žygių
  • to put in action paleisti veikti
  • joint action bendras veikimas
  • pasielgimas
  • teis. byla, ieškinys
  • susirėmimas, kautynės
  • in action mūšyje
  • through enemy actionpriešui spaudžiant
  • to put out of