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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- adjective: Greater than others in importance or rank: a major artist.
- adjective: Great in scope or effect: a major improvement.
- adjective: Great in number, size, or extent: the major portion of the population.
- adjective: Requiring great attention or concern; very serious: a major illness.
- adjective: Law Having attained full legal age.
- adjective: Of or relating to the field of academic study in which a student specializes.
- adjective: Music Designating a scale or mode having half steps between the third and fourth and the seventh and eighth degrees.
- adjective: Music Equivalent to the distance between the tonic note and the second or third or sixth or seventh degrees of a major scale or mode: a major interval.
- adjective: Music Based on a major scale: a major key.
- noun: A commissioned rank in the U.S. Army, Air Force, or Marine Corps that is above captain and below lieutenant colonel.
- noun: One who holds this rank.
- noun: One that is superior in rank, importance, or ability: an oil-producing country considered as one of the majors.
- noun: Law One who has reached full legal age.
- noun: A field of study chosen as an academic specialty.
- noun: A student specializing in such studies: a linguistics major.
- noun: Logic A major premise.
- noun: Logic A major term.
- noun: Music A major scale, key, interval, or mode.
- noun: Music A chord containing a major third between the first and second notes and a minor third between the second and third notes.
- noun: Sports The major leagues.
- verb-intransitive: To pursue academic studies in a major: majoring in mathematics.
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