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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Having a horizontal surface; flat: an even floor.
- adjective: Having no irregularities, roughness, or indentations; smooth. See Synonyms at
- adjective: Being in the same plane or line; parallel: The picture is even with the window.
- adjective: Having no variations or fluctuations; uniform: the even rhythm of his breathing.
- adjective: Of uniform distribution: an even application of varnish.
- adjective: Placid; calm: an even temperament.
- adjective: Equal or identical in degree, extent, or amount: Use even amounts of butter and sugar.
- adjective: Equally matched or balanced: an even fight.
- adjective: Just; fair: an even bargain.
- adjective: Having nothing due on either side; square: If we each take half, then we'll be even.
- adjective: Having exacted full revenge.
- adjective: Having equal probability; as likely as not: an even chance of winning.
- adjective: Sports Having an equal score: The teams are even at halftime.
- adjective: Sports Being equal for each opponent. Used of a score.
- adjective: Mathematics Exactly divisible by 2.
- adjective: Mathematics Characterized or indicated by a number exactly divisible by 2.
- adjective: Having an even number in a sequence.
- adjective: Having an even number of members.
- adjective: Having an exact amount, extent, or number; precise: an even pound; an even foot.
- adverb: To a greater degree or extent. Used as an intensive with comparative adjectives and adverbs: Looked sick and felt even worse.
- adverb: Indeed; moreover. Used as an intensive: He was depressed, even suicidal. Even a child knows better.
- adverb: Used as an intensive to indicate something that is unexpected: declined even to consider the idea.
- adverb: At the same time as; already; just: Even as we watched, the building collapsed.
- adverb: To a degree that extends; fully: loyal even unto death.
- adverb: Exactly; precisely: It was even as he said: the jewel was gone.
- verb-transitive: To make or become even.
- idiom: on an even keel In a stable or unimpaired state: "There was good reason to keep relations with Washington on an even keel” ( Helen Kitchen).
- noun: Archaic Evening.
- lyginis (skaičius)
- to get/be even with suvesti sąskaitas
- I n poet. vakaras II
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