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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Contrary; opposing: moves and counter moves on the checkerboard.
- noun: One that is an opposite.
- noun: Sports A boxing blow given while receiving or parrying another.
- noun: Sports A fencing parry in which one foil follows the other in a circular fashion.
- noun: A stiff piece of leather around the heel of a shoe.
- noun: Nautical The portion of a ship's stern extending from the water line to the extreme outward swell.
- noun: Printing The depression between the raised lines of the face on a piece of type.
- verb-transitive: To meet or return (a blow) by another blow.
- verb-transitive: To move or act in opposition to; oppose.
- verb-transitive: To offer in response: countered that she was too busy to be thorough.
- verb-intransitive: To move, act, or respond so as to be in opposition.
- adverb: In a contrary manner or direction.
- adverb: To or toward an opposite or dissimilar course or outcome: a method running counter to traditional techniques.
- noun: A flat surface on which money is counted, business is transacted, or food is prepared or served.
- noun: Games A piece, as of wood or ivory, used for keeping a count or a place.
- noun: An imitation coin; a token.
- noun: A piece of money.
- idiom: over the counter Without being listed or available on an officially recognized stock exchange but traded in direct negotiation between buyers and sellers: bought stocks over the counter.
- idiom: over the counter Without a doctor's prescription being legally required: cold medicine that is available over the counter.
- idiom: under the counter In an illegal or surreptitious manner; illicitly: arrested for selling prescription drugs under the counter.
- noun: One that counts, especially an electronic or mechanical device that automatically counts occurrences or repetitions of phenomena or events.
- užkandžių ar gėrimų stalas
- (baro) bufetas
- to run counter (to) prieštarauti
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