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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- verb-transitive: To place something upon or over, so as to protect or conceal.
- verb-transitive: To overlay or spread with something: cover potatoes with gravy.
- verb-transitive: To put a cover or covering on.
- verb-transitive: To wrap up; clothe.
- verb-transitive: To invest (oneself) with a great deal of something: covered themselves with glory.
- verb-transitive: To spread over the surface of: Dust covered the table. Snow covered the ground.
- verb-transitive: To extend over: a farm covering more than 100 acres.
- verb-transitive: To copulate with (a female). Used especially of horses.
- verb-transitive: To sit on in order to hatch.
- verb-transitive: To hide or screen from view or knowledge; conceal: covered up his misdemeanors.
- verb-transitive: To protect or shield from harm, loss, or danger.
- verb-transitive: To protect by insurance: took out a new policy that will cover all our camera equipment.
- verb-transitive: To compensate or make up for.
- verb-transitive: To be sufficient to defray, meet, or offset the cost or charge of: had enough funds to cover her check.
- verb-transitive: To make provision for; take into account: The law does not cover all crimes.
- verb-transitive: To deal with; treat of: The book covers the feminist movement.
- verb-transitive: To travel or pass over; traverse: They covered 60 miles in two days.
- verb-transitive: To have as one's territory or sphere of work.
- verb-transitive: To be responsible for reporting the details of (an event or situation): Two reporters covered the news story.
- verb-transitive: To hold within the range and aim of a weapon, such as a firearm.
- verb-transitive: To protect, as from enemy attack, by occupying a strategic position.
- verb-transitive: Sports To guard (an opponent playing offense).
- verb-transitive: Sports To defend (a position or area): cover third base; cover the backcourt.
- verb-transitive: To match (an opponent's stake) in a wager.
- verb-transitive: To purchase (stock that one has shorted).
- verb-transitive: Games To play a higher-ranking card than (the one previously played).
- verb-transitive: Music To record a cover version of (a song).
- verb-transitive: Obsolete To pardon or remit.
- verb-intransitive: To spread over a surface to protect or conceal something: a paint that covers well.
- verb-intransitive: To act as a substitute or replacement during someone's absence: Her assistant covered for her.
- verb-intransitive: To hide something in order to save someone from censure or punishment: cover up for a colleague.
- verb-intransitive: Games To play a higher card than the one previously played.
- noun: Something that covers or is laid, placed, or spread over or upon something else, as:
- noun: A lid or top.
- noun: A binding or enclosure for a book or magazine.
- noun: A bedcover.
- noun: A protective overlay, as for a mattress or furniture.
- noun: Something that provides shelter.
- noun: Strategic protection given by armed units during hostile action: The battleship approached the combat zone under a cover of fighter planes.
- noun: Something, such as vegetation, covering the surface of the ground.
- noun: Vegetation, such as underbrush, serving as protective concealment for wild animals.
- noun: A layer of clouds obscuring the sky or ground.
- noun: Something, such as darkness, that screens, conceals, or disguises. See Synonyms at
- noun: A false background and identity, especially for a spy.
- noun: A table setting for one person: Covers were laid for ten.
- noun: A cover charge.
- noun: An envelope or wrapper for mail.
- noun: Funds sufficient to meet an obligation or secure against loss.
- noun: One who substitutes for another.
- noun: Music A cover version.
- idiom: cover (one's) ass Vulgar Slang To take measures to avoid being held responsible if something goes wrong.
- idiom: cover (one's) tracks To conceal traces so as to elude pursuers.
- idiom: cover (the) ground To traverse a given distance with satisfying speed.
- idiom: cover (the) ground To deal with or accomplish something in a certain manner: The history course covered a lot of ground in six weeks.
- idiom: take cover To seek concealment or protection, as from enemy fire.
- idiom: under cover In an enclosure for mailing.
- idiom: under cover Being hidden or protected, as by darkness.
- to cover up paslėpti
- padengti (išlaidas)
- under the cover of po priedanga
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