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Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:
- noun: A sound or a combination of sounds, or its representation in writing or printing, that symbolizes and communicates a meaning and may consist of a single morpheme or of a combination of morphemes.
- noun: Something said; an utterance, remark, or comment: May I say a word about that?
- noun: Computer Science A set of bits constituting the smallest unit of addressable memory.
- noun: Discourse or talk; speech: Actions speak louder than words.
- noun: Music The text of a vocal composition; lyrics.
- noun: An assurance or promise; sworn intention: She has kept her word.
- noun: A command or direction; an order: gave the word to retreat.
- noun: A verbal signal; a password or watchword.
- noun: News: Any word on your promotion? See Synonyms at
- noun: Rumor: Word has it they're divorcing.
- noun: Hostile or angry remarks made back and forth.
- noun: Used euphemistically in combination with the initial letter of a term that is considered offensive or taboo or that one does not want to utter: "Although economists here will not call it a recession yet, the dreaded 'R' word is beginning to pop up in the media” ( Francine S. Kiefer).
- noun: See
- noun: The Scriptures; the Bible.
- verb-transitive: To express in words: worded the petition carefully.
- interjection: Slang Used to express approval or an affirmative response to something. Sometimes used with up.
- idiom: at a word In immediate response.
- idiom: good word A favorable comment: She put in a good word for me.
- idiom: good word Favorable news.
- idiom: have no words for To be unable to describe or talk about.
- idiom: in a word In short; in summary: In a word, the situation is serious.
- idiom: in so many words In precisely those words; exactly: hinted at impending indictments but did not say it in so many words.
- idiom: in so many words Speaking candidly and straightforwardly: In so many words, the weather has been beastly.
- idiom: of few words Not conversational or loquacious; laconic: a person of few words.
- idiom: of (one's) word Displaying personal dependability: a woman of her word.
- idiom: take at (one's) word To be convinced of another's sincerity and act in accord with his or her statement: We took them at their word that the job would be done on time.
- idiom: upon my word Indeed; really.
- barbed words kandūs žodžiai
- those were his very words tai jo paties žodžiai
- to have no words stigti žodžių
- to put one’s feelings into words išreikšti savo jausmus žodžiais
- to put in
- ar to say
- a (good) word for smb užtarti žodelį už ką