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  • on the lam — {adj.} or {adv. phr.}, {slang} Running away, especially from the law; in flight. * /The bank robber was on the lam for ten months before the police caught him./ Sometimes used in the phrase take it on the lam . * /After a big quarrel with her… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • on the lam — {adj.} or {adv. phr.}, {slang} Running away, especially from the law; in flight. * /The bank robber was on the lam for ten months before the police caught him./ Sometimes used in the phrase take it on the lam . * /After a big quarrel with her… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • on\ the\ lam — adj or adv. phr. slang Running away, especially from the law; in flight. The bank robber was on the lam for ten months before the police caught him. Sometimes used in the phrase take it on the lam . After a big quarrel with her father, the girl… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • lamellate — la·mel·late lam ə lət, lə me lət, .lāt adj 1) composed of or furnished with lamellae 2) LAMELLIFORM la·mel·late·ly adv lam·el·la·tion .lam ə lā shən n …   Medical dictionary

  • lambent — lambently, adv. /lam beuhnt/, adj. 1. running or moving lightly over a surface: lambent tongues of flame. 2. dealing lightly and gracefully with a subject; brilliantly playful: lambent wit. 3. softly bright or radiant: a lambent light. [1640 50;… …   Universalium

  • lambent — lam•bent [[t]ˈlæm bənt[/t]] adj. 1) running or moving lightly over a surface: lambent tongues of flame[/ex] 2) dealing lightly and gracefully with a subject: lambent wit[/ex] 3) softly bright or radiant: a lambent light[/ex] • Etymology: 1640–50; …   From formal English to slang

  • lamstiškas — lam̃stiškas, a adj. (1) su lamstais išaustas. lam̃stiškai adv.: Abrūsai languoti, drūžuoti, lamstiškai išausti Škn …   Dictionary of the Lithuanian Language

  • lamentable — lam|ent|a|ble [ˈlæməntəbəl, ləˈmentəbəl] adj formal very unsatisfactory or disappointing = ↑terrible ▪ a lamentable state of affairs ▪ a lamentable lack of support for the idea ▪ It is lamentable that the officer failed to deal with the situation …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Divine Providence —     Divine Providence     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Divine Providence     (Lat., Providentia; Greek, pronoia).     Providence in general, or foresight, is a function of the virtue of prudence, and may be defined as the practical reason, adapting… …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • la — LA1 prep. a. I. (Introduce complemente circumstanţiale de loc sau atribute care arată locul) 1. (Complementul indică direcţia sau ţinta unei mişcări, a unei acţiuni) S a dus la el. 2. (Complementul indică limita în spaţiu) Apa i a ajuns la umeri …   Dicționar Român

  • insolemment — [ ɛ̃sɔlamɑ̃ ] adv. • 1355; de insolent 1 ♦ D une manière insolente. Parler, répondre insolemment. 2 ♦ De façon provocante. « un Boucher insolemment rose » (Maurois). ● insolemment adverbe Avec insolence. ● insolemment (synonymes) …   Encyclopédie Universelle


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