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The decade of one's life from age 30 through age 39. He looked to be in his thirties. (temperature, rates) The range between 30 and ...

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She appeared to be in her early thirties, had chestnut brown hair that fell in soft waves around her shoulders with thin streaks of what looked like fire running ...

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"thirties" can refer to: 1930s · 2030s; the decade in one's life from age 30 to age 39. Disambiguation icon. Disambiguation page providing links to topics that ...

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Перевод 'thirties' с английского на русский в бесплатном словаре и многие другие русские переводы.

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data shows that English ability is highest among people in their early thirties, as young professionals, recognizing the importance of English, continue [...].

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She must be in her early thirties by now. Ей, должно быть, сейчас чуть за тридцать. ☰. He was a tall, underweight man in his thirties. Это был человек лет ...

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8 июл 2020 ... A person's thirties are the period in which they are aged between 30 and 39: My brother is in his thirties. the thirties. the range of temperature ...

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The 60-second piece formed the cornerstone of a £15 million advertising campaign targeting men in their late twenties and early thirties. Ролик стал основой ...

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View: Frans Hals, Portrait of a Man in his Thirties. Read about this painting, learn the key facts and zoom in to discover more.

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SvenskaRedigera. SubstantivRedigera. rycks. böjningsform av ryck. VerbRedigera. rycks. böjningsform av rycka. Hämtad från ...

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RomanizationEdit. fù (Zhuyin ㄈㄨˋ). Pinyin transcription of 仆 · Pinyin transcription of 付 · Pinyin transcription of 偩 · Pinyin transcription of 傅 · Pinyin ...

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Used when something appears or happens in a way that is impressive, surprising, or pleasing. TranslationsEdit. show ▽behold!

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NounEdit. hel f (genitive singular heljar, no plural). hell (underworld), death. Declension ...

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The medieval East Slavic state established by these same warrior merchants in the 9th century, whose capital was first in Novgorod and then in Kiev; Kievan Rus.

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NounEdit · The name of the Latin-script letter Z. · Something Z-shaped. Found in compounds. zee-bar. · (colloquial, usually in the plural) Sleep. Time to get some ...

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From Jur, a shortening of Jurij (“George”), after Saint George, formerly depicted on the Yugoslavian 1000-dinar banknote. PronunciationEdit · IPA: /jùːr/. NounEdit.

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Ouh, la menteuse ! Elle est amoureuse ! ― Ooh, that liar! She is in love! Old High German ...

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EnglishEdit. Alternative formsEdit. see circa. AdverbEdit. ca. (not comparable). Abbreviation of circa. TranslationsEdit. show ▽abbreviation of circa. Catalan: c.

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MapudungunEdit. AdjectiveEdit. coz (using Raguileo alphabet). yellow. ReferencesEdit. Wixaleyiñ: Mapucezugun-wigkazugun pici hemvlcijka (Wixaleyiñ: Small ...

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NounEdit. êre f. glory, fame · honour, respect · worship · decency, etiquette. Inflection ...

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Though 博物館/博物馆 (bówùguǎn) and 博物院 (bówùyuàn) are both translated into English as "museum", it should be noted that the former refers to a museum ...

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Borrowed from Latin frēnum. Compare Romanian frâu. NounEdit. fre m (plural frerë). bridle · constraint ...

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BTW - Irma Biren has been promoted (she deserved it) and the new contact would be Francine Glick. 1989 May 8, Vince Perriello (Editor in Chief), “Volume 6, ...

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LetterEdit. Ò (lower case ò). The letter O with a grave accent. See alsoEdit.

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Alternative formsEdit · L'Aja (dated). EtymologyEdit. From Dutch Den Haag, through French La Haye. PronunciationEdit · IPA: /ˈl‿a.ja/, [ˈl‿äːjä]; Rhymes: -aja ...

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The idea was hes not mine. Usage notesEdit. Used in some dialects to represent the (often only occasional) pronunciation of his as he's ...

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(archaic) la! (expressing strong emotion of anger, surprise etc.) Further readingEdit. “çà” in Trésor de ...

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VerbEdit. fav (third-person singular simple present favs, present participle faving, simple past and past participle favd). Alternative spelling of fave ...

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Replaced the native past participle ending of strong verbs (from Old English -en) in some words, which had weakened to -e or disappeared (compare Southern ...

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(slang) Heterosexual. Etymology 2Edit. Strong conjugation of heat. VerbEdit. het. ( ...

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(metrology) Symbol for petahertz, an SI unit of frequency equal to 1015 hertz. Retrieved from "https:// ...

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Initialism of lectori salutem. (Latin, “the reader be greeted, greetings to the reader”). Usage notesEdit. Typically surrounded ...

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Etymology 1Edit. From Middle English the, from Old English þē (“the, that”, demonstrative pronoun), a late variant of sē. Originally masculine nominative, in ...

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EnglishEdit. Alternative formsEdit · em-. EtymologyEdit. From Middle English en- (“en-, in-”). Originally from Old French en- (also an-), from Latin in- (“in, into”); ...

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(transitive, intransitive, dialectal) To run. Etymology 2Edit. Borrowed from Japanese 厘 ( ...

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bij. Language · Watch · Edit. See also: bij- ... VerbEdit. bij (first-person singular past tense biva, participle birë). to sprout, grow out ...

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Similar to the Muses of Greek mythology, Benzaiten is the goddess of knowledge, sciences, art, beauty, music, language, wisdom, poetry and rivers. One of the ...

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LetterEdit. IJ (lower case ij, mixed case Ij). A digraph from the letters I and J. See also ...

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VerbEdit. mej (first-person singular past tense meja, participle mejur). I reduce, make fade, extinguish; I fail. Lower SorbianEdit. PronunciationEdit · IPA: /mɛj/ ...

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Jan. A female nickname, sometimes used as a formal given name. quotations ▽. 1899 Paul Leicester ... From Dutch and West Frisian Jan in the 18th century.

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A fuss, uproar, commotion or stir; hype; brouhaha, hullabaloo. There was a big hoo-ha about it in the papers, and then the world completely forgot the matter.

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(1) Wat is dat? — What is that? (2) Wat wil je doen? — What do you want to do? (relative) what: e.g. (1) as the object of a sentence; (2) ditto. (1) Ik weet niet wat ik ...

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“zi” in Martalar, Umberto Martello; Bellotto, Alfonso (1974) Dizionario della lingua Cimbra dei Sette Communi vicentini , 1st edition, Roana, Italy: Instituto di ...

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Borrowed from Latin pax (“peace”). See peace. As school slang, originally used at Winchester College, Hampshire in the United ...

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xi (plural xis). The 14th letter of Classical and Modern Greek. The 15th in Ancient and Old Greek. (physics) Either of a pair of hyperons having spin 1/2, which ...

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Aa. Bedeutungen: [1] fließendes Wasser, Fluss, Bach – der Name zahlreicher Flüsse oder Bäche im deutschen Sprachraum ...

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From hark (“listen”) at thee (“archaic second-person singular”) or he (“third-person singular”); imitative of the pronunciation used by some natives of Bristol and ...

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Worttrennung: Bär, Plural: Bä·ren. Aussprache: IPA: [bɛːɐ̯]: Hörbeispiele:.

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(informal) Used to address someone, somewhat like dude. Old High GermanEdit. Etymology ...

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(Britain dialectal, Scotland) A servant who has charge of the dairy; a dairymaid. Etymology 2Edit. From French dey, from Turkish dayı. NounEdit.

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Compound of 唐 (morokoshi, “China in general; (by extension) foreign”) ‎ 黍 (kibi, “millet”). PronunciationEdit. (Irregular reading). (Tokyo) もろこしき​び ...

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EnglishEdit. NounEdit. WVO (countable and uncountable, plural WVOs). Initialism of waste vegetable oil. TranslationsEdit. show ▽waste vegetable oil. Spanish: ...

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Revised Romanization, museun. Revised Romanization (translit.) museun. McCune–Reischauer, musŭn. Yale Romanization, musun. Audio ...

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Usage notesEdit · -je is added to words ending in: A fricative or plosive (-b, -c, -d, -f, -g, -ch, -k, -p, -q, -s, -sj, -t, -v, -x, -z) · -etje is added to words ending in: · -tje is ...

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See also: adam, adām, ādām, Adam, Ádam, Âdam, and Ádám. DutchEdit. PronunciationEdit. Audio. (file). Proper nounEdit. A'dam n. Abbreviation of Amsterdam.

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NounEdit. مُلْك • (mulk) m. verbal noun of مَلَكَ (malaka) ...

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ter m (indefinite plural tera, definite singular teri, definite plural terat) ... (“to die”), whose short past participle is morto and long is morrido — when ter is used as ...