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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: Vibrations transmitted through an elastic solid or a liquid or gas, with frequencies in the approximate range of 20 to 20,000 hertz, capable of being detected by human organs of hearing.
- noun: Transmitted vibrations of any frequency.
- noun: The sensation stimulated in the organs of hearing by such vibrations in the air or other medium.
- noun: Such sensations considered as a group.
- noun: A distinctive noise: a hollow sound.
- noun: The distance over which something can be heard: within sound of my voice.
- noun: Linguistics An articulation made by the vocal apparatus: a vowel sound.
- noun: Linguistics The distinctive character of such an articulation: The words bear and bare have the same sound.
- noun: A mental impression; an implication: didn't like the sound of the invitation.
- noun: Auditory material that is recorded, as for a movie.
- noun: Meaningless noise.
- noun: Music A distinctive style, as of an orchestra or a singer.
- noun: Archaic Rumor; report.
- verb-intransitive: To make or give forth a sound: The siren sounded.
- verb-intransitive: To be given forth as a sound: The fanfare sounded.
- verb-intransitive: To present a particular impression: That argument sounds reasonable.
- verb-transitive: To cause to give forth or produce a sound: sounded the gong.
- verb-transitive: To summon, announce, or signal by a sound: sound a warning.
- verb-transitive: Linguistics To articulate; pronounce: sound a vowel.
- verb-transitive: To make known; celebrate: "Nations unborn your mighty names shall sound” ( Alexander Pope).
- verb-transitive: To examine (a body organ or part) by causing to emit sound; auscultate.
- phrasal-verb: sound off To express one's views vigorously: was always sounding off about higher taxes.
- phrasal-verb: sound off To count cadence when marching in military formation.
- adjective: Free from defect, decay, or damage; in good condition.
- adjective: Free from disease or injury. See Synonyms at
- adjective: Having a firm basis; unshakable: a sound foundation.
- adjective: Financially secure or safe: a sound economy.
- adjective: Based on valid reasoning: a sound observation. See Synonyms at
- adjective: Free from logical flaws: sound reasoning.
- adjective: Logic Of or relating to an argument in which all the premises are true and the conclusion follows from the premises.
- adjective: Thorough; complete: a sound flogging.
- adjective: Deep and unbroken; undisturbed: a sound sleep.
- adjective: Free from moral defect; upright.
- adjective: Worthy of confidence; trustworthy.
- adjective: Marked by or showing common sense and good judgment; levelheaded: a sound approach to the problem.
- adjective: Compatible with an accepted point of view; conservative.
- adjective: Law Legally valid.
- adverb: Thoroughly; deeply: sound asleep.
- noun: A long, relatively wide body of water, larger than a strait or a channel, connecting larger bodies of water.
- noun: A long, wide ocean inlet.
- noun: The air bladder of a fish.
- verb-transitive: To measure the depth of (water), especially by means of a weighted line; fathom.
- verb-transitive: To try to learn the attitudes or opinions of: sounded out her feelings.
- verb-transitive: To probe (a body cavity) with a sound.
- verb-intransitive: To measure depth.
- verb-intransitive: To dive swiftly downward. Used of a whale or fish.
- verb-intransitive: To look into a possibility; investigate.
- noun: An instrument used to examine or explore body cavities, as for foreign bodies or other abnormalities, or to dilate strictures in them.
- duoti signalą
- to sound the alarm - skelbti pavojų
- gilus (miegas)
- teisus (morališkai)
- auskultuoti (ligonį)
- geram stovy