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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A set of written, printed, or blank pages fastened along one side and encased between protective covers.
- noun: A printed or written literary work.
- noun: A main division of a larger printed or written work: a book of the Old Testament.
- noun: A volume in which financial or business transactions are recorded.
- noun: Financial or business records considered as a group: checked the expenditures on the books.
- noun: A libretto.
- noun: The script of a play.
- noun: The Bible.
- noun: The Koran.
- noun: A set of prescribed standards or rules on which decisions are based: runs the company by the book.
- noun: Something regarded as a source of knowledge or understanding.
- noun: The total amount of experience, knowledge, understanding, and skill that can be used in solving a problem or performing a task: We used every trick in the book to finish the project on schedule.
- noun: Informal Factual information, especially of a private nature: What's the book on him?
- noun: A packet of like or similar items bound together: a book of matches.
- noun: A record of bets placed on a race.
- noun: Games The number of card tricks needed before any tricks can have scoring value, as the first six tricks taken by the declaring side in bridge.
- verb-transitive: To list or register in or as if in a book.
- verb-transitive: To record charges against (a person) on a police blotter.
- verb-transitive: Sports To record the flagrant fouls of (a player) for possible disciplinary action, as in soccer.
- verb-transitive: To arrange for (tickets or lodgings, for example) in advance; reserve.
- verb-transitive: To hire or engage: The manager booked a magic show for Saturday night.
- verb-transitive: To allocate time for.
- verb-intransitive: To make a reservation: Book early if you want good seats.
- adjective: Of or relating to knowledge learned from books rather than actual experience: has book smarts but not street smarts.
- adjective: Appearing in a company's financial records: book profits.
- idiom: bring to book To demand an explanation from; call to account.
- idiom: in (one's) book In one's opinion: In my book they both are wrong.
- idiom: like a book Thoroughly; completely: I know my child like a book.
- idiom: one for the books A noteworthy act or occurrence.
- idiom: throw the book at To make all possible charges against (a lawbreaker, for example).
- idiom: throw the book at To reprimand or punish severely.
- to be on the books būti sąrašuose
- by the book tiksliai
- to bring to books patraukti atsakomybėn
- užsakyti bilietą
- to book a ticket in ad
- reference book vadovas
- I'm bookedpakliuvau
- įrašyti į knygą