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thing

Anglų lietuvių žodynas. Žodis thing reiškia n 1) daiktas, dalykas; 2) faktas, atsitikimas, aplinkybė, reikalas; 3)pl bagažas, drabužiai, reikmenys; 4) būtybė; to see things kliedėti; no such thing nieko panašaus; and things ir panašiai; I am not quite the thing today aš šiandien negaluoju; above al lietuviškai.

Thing tarimas:

  • /θiɳ/

Thing audio:

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • noun: An entity, an idea, or a quality perceived, known, or thought to have its own existence.
  • noun: The real or concrete substance of an entity.
  • noun: An entity existing in space and time.
  • noun: An inanimate object.
  • noun: Something referred to by a word, a symbol, a sign, or an idea; a referent.
  • noun: A creature: the poor little thing.
  • noun: An individual object: There wasn't a thing in sight.
  • noun: Law That which can be possessed or owned. Often used in the plural: things personal; things real.
  • noun: Possessions; belongings: packed her things and left.
  • noun: An article of clothing: Put on your things and let's go.
  • noun: The equipment needed for an activity or a special purpose: Where are my cleaning things?
  • noun: An object or entity that is not or cannot be named specifically: What is this thing for?
  • noun: An act, deed, or work: promised to do great things.
  • noun: The result of work or activity: is always building things.
  • noun: A thought, a notion, or an utterance: What a rotten thing to say!
  • noun: A piece of information: wouldn't tell me a thing about the project.
  • noun: A means to an end: just the thing to increase sales.
  • noun: An end or objective: In blackjack, the thing is to get nearest to 21 without going over.
  • noun: A matter of concern: many things on my mind.
  • noun: A turn of events; a circumstance: The accident was a terrible thing.
  • noun: The general state of affairs; conditions: "Beneath the smooth surface of things, something was wrong” ( Tom Wicker).
  • noun: A particular state of affairs; a situation: Let's deal with this thing promptly.
  • noun: Informal A persistent illogical feeling, as a desire or an aversion; an obsession: has a thing about seafood.
  • noun: Informal The latest fad or fashion; the rage: Drag racing was the thing then.
  • noun: Slang An activity uniquely suitable and satisfying to one: Let him do his own thing. See Synonyms at forte1.
  • idiom: first thing Informal Right away; before anything else: Do your assignments first thing in the morning.
  • idiom: see To have hallucinations.


Lietuviškos reikšmės:

  • būtybė
  • to see things kliedėti
  • no such thing nieko panašaus
  • and things ir panašiai
  • I am not quite the thing today aš šiandien negaluoju
  • above al
  • daiktas
  • dalykas
  • faktas
  • atsitikimas
  • aplinkybė
  • reikalas
  • bagažas
  • drabužiai
  • reikmenys
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/ə'bæk/
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