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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The usually underground portion of a plant that lacks buds, leaves, or nodes and serves as support, draws minerals and water from the surrounding soil, and sometimes stores food.
- noun: Any of various other underground plant parts, especially an underground stem such as a rhizome, corm, or tuber.
- noun: The embedded part of an organ or structure such as a hair, tooth, or nerve, that serves as a base or support.
- noun: A base or support: We snipped the wires at the roots.
- noun: An essential part or element; the basic core: I finally got to the root of the problem.
- noun: A primary source; an origin. See Synonyms at
- noun: A progenitor or ancestor from which a person or family is descended.
- noun: The condition of being settled and of belonging to a particular place or society. Often used in the plural: Our roots in this town go back a long way.
- noun: The state of having or establishing an indigenous relationship with or a personal affinity for a particular culture, society, or environment: music with unmistakable African roots.
- noun: Linguistics The element that carries the main component of meaning in a word and provides the basis from which a word is derived by adding affixes or inflectional endings or by phonetic change.
- noun: Linguistics Such an element reconstructed for a protolanguage. Also called radical.
- noun: Mathematics A number that when multiplied by itself an indicated number of times forms a product equal to a specified number. For example, a fourth root of 4 is √2. Also called nth root.
- noun: Mathematics A number that reduces a polynomial equation in one variable to an identity when it is substituted for the variable.
- noun: Mathematics A number at which a polynomial has the value zero.
- noun: Music The note from which a chord is built.
- noun: Music Such a note occurring as the lowest note of a triad or other chord.
- verb-intransitive: To grow roots or a root.
- verb-intransitive: To become firmly established, settled, or entrenched.
- verb-intransitive: To come into existence; originate.
- verb-transitive: To cause to put out roots and grow.
- verb-transitive: To implant by or as if by the roots.
- verb-transitive: To furnish a primary source or origin to.
- verb-transitive: To remove by or as if by the roots. Often used with up or out: "declared that waste and fraud will be vigorously rooted out of Government” ( New York Times).
- idiom: root and branch Utterly; completely: The organization has been transformed root and branch by its new leaders.
- verb-transitive: To dig with or as if with the snout or nose: Even a blind hog can root up an acorn.
- verb-intransitive: To dig in the earth with or as if with the snout or nose.
- verb-intransitive: To rummage for something: rooted around for a pencil in his cluttered office.
- verb-intransitive: To give audible encouragement or applause to a contestant or team; cheer. See Synonyms at
- verb-intransitive: To lend support to someone or something.
- Iv (prisi) kasti
- to root out/up a) išrauti su šaknimis
- to strike/take root leisti šaknis
- paremti III
- rasti II v šnek.padrąsinti