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  • 1 characteristic

    adjective ((negative uncharacteristic) typical (of a person etc): He spoke with characteristic shyness; That kind of behaviour is characteristic of him.) charakteringas, būdingas

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  • 2 character

    ['kærəktə] 1. noun
    1) (the set of qualities that make someone or something different from others; type: You can tell a man's character from his handwriting; Publicity of this character is not good for the firm.) charakteris
    2) (a set of qualities that are considered admirable in some way: He showed great character in dealing with the danger.) asmenybė, charakteris
    3) (reputation: They tried to damage his character.) reputacija
    4) (a person in a play, novel etc: Rosencrantz is a minor character in Shakespeare's `Hamlet'.) personažas, veikėjas
    5) (an odd or amusing person: This fellow's quite a character!) tipas
    6) (a letter used in typing etc: Some characters on this typewriter are broken.) rašmuo
    2. noun
    (a typical quality: It is one of his characteristics to be obstinate.) bruožas
    - characterize
    - characterise
    - characterization
    - characterisation

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  • 3 metaphor

    (a form of expression (not using `like' or `as')in which a quality or characteristic is given to a person or thing by using a name, image, adjective etc normally used of something else which has similar qualities etc: `He's a tiger when he's angry' is an example of (a) metaphor.) metafora
    - metaphorical
    - metaphoric
    - metaphorically

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  • 4 naturally

    1) (of course; as one would expect: Naturally I didn't want to risk missing the train.) žinoma, savaime suprantama
    2) (by nature; as a natural characteristic: She is naturally kind.) iš prigimties
    3) (normally; in a relaxed way: Although he was nervous, he behaved quite naturally.) laisvai, natūraliai

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  • 5 point

    [point] 1. noun
    1) (the sharp end of anything: the point of a pin; a sword point; at gunpoint (= threatened by a gun).) smaigalys
    2) (a piece of land that projects into the sea etc: The ship came round Lizard Point.) iškyšulys, ragas
    3) (a small round dot or mark (.): a decimal point; five point three six (= 5.36); In punctuation, a point is another name for a full stop.) taškas
    4) (an exact place or spot: When we reached this point of the journey we stopped to rest.) punktas
    5) (an exact moment: Her husband walked in at that point.) momentas
    6) (a place on a scale especially of temperature: the boiling-point of water.) taškas, laipsnis, temperatūra
    7) (a division on a compass eg north, south-west etc.) rumbas, kryptis
    8) (a mark in scoring a competition, game, test etc: He has won by five points to two.) taškas, balas
    9) (a particular matter for consideration or action: The first point we must decide is, where to meet; That's a good point; You've missed the point; That's the whole point; We're wandering away from the point.) dalykas, klausimas, esmė
    10) ((a) purpose or advantage: There's no point (in) asking me - I don't know.) prasmė, tikslas
    11) (a personal characteristic or quality: We all have our good points and our bad ones.) bruožas, ypatybė
    12) (an electrical socket in a wall etc into which a plug can be put: Is there only one electrical point in this room?) kištukinis lizdas
    2. verb
    1) (to aim in a particular direction: He pointed the gun at her.) (nu)taikyti, (nu)kreipti
    2) (to call attention to something especially by stretching the index finger in its direction: He pointed (his finger) at the door; He pointed to a sign.) (pa)rodyti, nurodyti
    3) (to fill worn places in (a stone or brick wall etc) with mortar.) užglaistyti skiediniu
    - pointer
    - pointless
    - pointlessly
    - points
    - be on the point of
    - come to the point
    - make a point of
    - make one's point
    - point out
    - point one's toes

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > point

  • 6 unlike

    1) (different (from): I never saw twins who were so unlike (each other); Unlike poles of a magnet attract each other.) nepanašus, skirtingas
    2) (not typical or characteristic of: It is unlike Mary to be so silly.) nebūdingas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > unlike

  • 7 way

    [wei] 1. noun
    1) (an opening or passageway: This is the way in/out; There's no way through.) įėjimas, išėjimas
    2) (a route, direction etc: Which way shall we go?; Which is the way to Princes Street?; His house is on the way from here to the school; Will you be able to find your/the way to my house?; Your house is on my way home; The errand took me out of my way; a motorway.) kelias
    3) (used in the names of roads: His address is 21 Melville Way.) gatvė
    4) (a distance: It's a long way to the school; The nearest shops are only a short way away.) kelias, atstumas
    5) (a method or manner: What is the easiest way to write a book?; I know a good way of doing it; He's got a funny way of talking; This is the quickest way to chop onions.) būdas
    6) (an aspect or side of something: In some ways this job is quite difficult; In a way I feel sorry for him.) atžvilgis, būdas
    7) (a characteristic of behaviour; a habit: He has some rather unpleasant ways.) įprotis
    8) (used with many verbs to give the idea of progressing or moving: He pushed his way through the crowd; They soon ate their way through the food.)
    2. adverb
    ((especially American) by a long distance or time; far: The winner finished the race way ahead of the other competitors; It's way past your bedtime.) toli
    - wayside
    - be/get on one's way
    - by the way
    - fall by the wayside
    - get/have one's own way
    - get into / out of the way of doing something
    - get into / out of the way of something
    - go out of one's way
    - have a way with
    - have it one's own way
    - in a bad way
    - in
    - out of the/someone's way
    - lose one's way
    - make one's way
    - make way for
    - make way
    - under way
    - way of life
    - ways and means

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > way

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  • characteristic — [kar΄ək tər is′tik, kar΄iktər is′tik] adj. [Gr charaktēristikos: see CHARACTER] of or constituting the special character; typical; distinctive [the characteristic odor of cabbage] n. 1. a distinguishing trait, feature, or quality; peculiarity 2.… …   English World dictionary

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  • Characteristic — Char ac*ter*is tic, a. [Gr. ?: cf. F. charact[ e]ristique.] Pertaining to, or serving to constitute, the character; showing the character, or distinctive qualities or traits, of a person or thing; peculiar; distinctive. [1913 Webster]… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • characteristic — [adj] typical; distinguishing appropriate, diagnostic, differentiating, discriminating, discriminative, distinctive, distinguishing, emblematic, especial, essential, exclusive, fixed, idiosyncratic, inborn, inbred, indicative, individual,… …   New thesaurus

  • Characteristic — Char ac*ter*is tic, n. 1. A distinguishing trait, quality, or property; an element of character; that which characterized. Pope. [1913 Webster] The characteristics of a true critic. Johnson. [1913 Webster] 2. (Math.) The integral part (whether… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • characteristic — characteristic. См. признак. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …   Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • characteristic — characteristic. = character (см.). (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …   Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • characteristic — adjective and noun both first attested 1660s, from CHARACTER (Cf. character) + ISTIC (Cf. istic) on model of Gk. kharakteristikos. Earlier in the adjectival sense was characteristical (1620s). Related: Characteristically. Characteristics… …   Etymology dictionary

  • characteristic — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ typical of a particular person, place, or thing. ► NOUN ▪ a feature or quality typical of a person, place, or thing. DERIVATIVES characteristically adverb …   English terms dictionary

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