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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: The posterior part of an animal, especially when elongated and extending beyond the trunk or main part of the body.
- noun: The bottom, rear, or hindmost part: the tail of a shirt.
- noun: The rear end of a wagon or other vehicle.
- noun: The rear portion of the fuselage of an aircraft.
- noun: An assembly of stabilizing planes and control surfaces in this rear portion.
- noun: The vaned rear portion of a bomb or missile.
- noun: An appendage to the rear or bottom of a thing: the tail of a kite.
- noun: The long luminous stream of gas and dust forced from the head of a comet when it is close to the sun.
- noun: A braid of hair; a pigtail.
- noun: Something that follows or takes the last place: the tail of a journey.
- noun: A train of followers; a retinue.
- noun: The end of a line of persons or things.
- noun: The short closing line of certain stanzas of verse.
- noun: The refuse or dross remaining from processes such as distilling or milling.
- noun: Printing The bottom of a page; the bottom margin.
- noun: The side of a coin not having the principal design and the date. Often used in the plural with a singular verb.
- noun: Informal The trail of a person or an animal in flight.
- noun: Informal A person assigned or employed to follow and report on someone else's movements and actions: The police put a tail on the suspected drug dealer.
- noun: A formal evening costume typically worn by men.
- noun: A tailcoat.
- noun: Slang The buttocks.
- noun: Vulgar Slang A sexual partner, especially a woman.
- adjective: Of or relating to a tail or tails: tail feathers.
- adjective: Situated in the tail, as of an airplane: a tail gunner.
- verb-transitive: To provide with a tail: tail a kite.
- verb-transitive: To deprive of a tail; dock.
- verb-transitive: To serve as the tail of: The Santa Claus float tailed the parade.
- verb-transitive: To connect (often dissimilar or incongruous objects) by or as if by the tail or end: tail two ideas together.
- verb-transitive: Architecture To set one end of (a beam, board, or brick) into a wall.
- verb-transitive: Informal To follow and keep under surveillance.
- verb-intransitive: To become lengthened or spaced when moving in a line: The patrol tailed out in pairs.
- verb-intransitive: Architecture To be inserted at one end into a wall, as a floor timber or beam.
- verb-intransitive: Informal To follow: tailed after the leader.
- verb-intransitive: Nautical To go aground with the stern foremost.
- verb-intransitive: Nautical To lie or swing with the stern in a named direction, as when riding at anchor or on a mooring.
- verb-intransitive: Sports To veer from a straight course in the direction of the dominant hand of the player propelling the ball: a pitch that tails away from the batter.
- phrasal-verb: tail down To ease a heavy load down a steep slope.
- phrasal-verb: off To diminish gradually; dwindle or subside: The fireworks tailed off into darkness.
- noun: Limitation of the inheritance of an estate to a particular party.
- adjective: Law Being in tail: a tail estate.
- kita (monetos)pusė
- (komandos) silpnesnė dalis
- close on a person's tailįkandin
- nukirsti arba apkarpyti uodegą
- tęstis ilga juosta (eit
- pridėti uodegą
- (plaukų) kasa
- to turn tail bėgti