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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Having lost life; no longer alive.
- adjective: Marked for certain death; doomed: was marked as a dead man by the assassin.
- adjective: Having the physical appearance of death: a dead pallor.
- adjective: Lacking feeling or sensitivity; numb or unresponsive: Passersby were dead to our pleas for help.
- adjective: Weary and worn-out; exhausted.
- adjective: Not having the capacity to live; inanimate or inert.
- adjective: Not having the capacity to produce or sustain life; barren: dead soil.
- adjective: No longer in existence, use, or operation.
- adjective: No longer having significance or relevance.
- adjective: Physically inactive; dormant: a dead volcano.
- adjective: Not commercially productive; idle: dead capital.
- adjective: Not circulating or running; stagnant: dead water; dead air.
- adjective: Devoid of human or vehicular activity; quiet: a dead town.
- adjective: Lacking all animation, excitement, or activity; dull: The party being dead, we left early.
- adjective: Having no resonance. Used of sounds: "One characteristic of compact discs we all can hear is dead sound. It may be pure but it has no life” ( Musical Heritage Review).
- adjective: Having grown cold; having been extinguished: dead coals; a dead flame.
- adjective: Lacking elasticity or bounce: That tennis ball is dead.
- adjective: Out of operation because of a fault or breakdown: The motor is dead.
- adjective: Sudden; abrupt: a dead stop.
- adjective: Complete; utter: dead silence.
- adjective: Exact; unerring. the dead center of a target.
- adjective: Sports Out of play. Used of a ball.
- adjective: Lacking connection to a source of electric current.
- adjective: Drained of electric charge; discharged: a dead battery.
- noun: One who has died: respect for the dead.
- noun: The period exhibiting the greatest degree of intensity: the dead of winter; the dead of night.
- adverb: Absolutely; altogether: You can be dead sure of my innocence.
- adverb: Directly; exactly: There's a gas station dead ahead.
- adverb: Suddenly: She stopped dead on the stairway.
- idiom: dead and buried No longer in use or under consideration: All past animosities are dead and buried now.
- idiom: dead in the water Unable to function or move: The crippled ship was dead in the water. With no leadership, the project was dead in the water.
- idiom: dead to rights In the very act of making an error or committing a crime: The police caught the thief dead to rights with my silverware.
- as dead as a doornail/mutton/nit negyvas (be jokio abejojimo)
- dead certaintyvisiškas įsitikinimas
- dead drunk visiškai girtas
- dead march gedulingas maršas
- dead and gone seniai praėjęs
- my fingers are de