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  • 1 Greek

    grieķiete, grieķis; grieķu valoda; grieķu

    English-Latvian dictionary > Greek

  • 2 it's Greek to me

    man tā ir ķīniešu ābece

    English-Latvian dictionary > it's Greek to me

  • 3 on the Greek calends

    kad pūcei aste ziedēs

    English-Latvian dictionary > on the Greek calends

  • 4 to be guiltless of Greek

    neprast grieķu valodu

    English-Latvian dictionary > to be guiltless of Greek

  • 5 alphabet

    (the letters of a written language arranged in order: I have learned all the letters of the Greek alphabet.) alfabēts
    - alphabetically
    * * *

    English-Latvian dictionary > alphabet

  • 6 drachma

    (the standard unit of Greek currency.) drahma
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    English-Latvian dictionary > drachma

  • 7 extraction

    1) (race or parentage: He is of Greek extraction.) izcelsme
    2) ((an) act of extracting eg a tooth.) izraušana; izvilkšana
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    izraušana; izdabūšana, izdibināšana; iegūšana; izvilkšana; izcelšanās; ekstrakcija

    English-Latvian dictionary > extraction

  • 8 lead

    I 1. [li:d] past tense, past participle - led; verb
    1) (to guide or direct or cause to go in a certain direction: Follow my car and I'll lead you to the motorway; She took the child by the hand and led him across the road; He was leading the horse into the stable; The sound of hammering led us to the garage; You led us to believe that we would be paid!) vest; vadīt
    2) (to go or carry to a particular place or along a particular course: A small path leads through the woods.) vest; aizvest
    3) ((with to) to cause or bring about a certain situation or state of affairs: The heavy rain led to serious floods.) novest (līdz kādam stāvoklim)
    4) (to be first (in): An official car led the procession; He is still leading in the competition.) būt vadībā/priekšgalā
    5) (to live (a certain kind of life): She leads a pleasant existence on a Greek island.) dzīvot
    2. noun
    1) (the front place or position: He has taken over the lead in the race.) vadība
    2) (the state of being first: We have a lead over the rest of the world in this kind of research.) vadība; pārsvars
    3) (the act of leading: We all followed his lead.) paraugs; piemērs
    4) (the amount by which one is ahead of others: He has a lead of twenty metres (over the man in second place).) vadība; pārsvars
    5) (a leather strap or chain for leading a dog etc: All dogs must be kept on a lead.) (suņa) saite
    6) (a piece of information which will help to solve a mystery etc: The police have several leads concerning the identity of the thief.) pavediens (nozieguma u.tml. atklāšanai)
    7) (a leading part in a play etc: Who plays the lead in that film?) galvenā loma
    - leadership
    - lead on
    - lead up the garden path
    - lead up to
    - lead the way
    II [led] noun
    1) (( also adjective) (of) an element, a soft, heavy, bluish-grey metal: lead pipes; Are these pipes made of lead or copper?) svins
    2) (the part of a pencil that leaves a mark: The lead of my pencil has broken.) (zīmuļa) grafīts
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    svins; vadība; piemērs, paraugs; lote; svērtenis, lode; vadība, pārsvars; galvenā loma, galvenās lomas tēlotājs; skārds; plēksnes; izspēle; saite; grafīts; galvenā raksta ievaddaļa; pievads; taciņa, celiņš; mākslīgā gultne, kanāls; dzīsla; apstrādāt ar svinu; vest; būt priekšgalā, komandēt, vadīt; atdalīt ar plēksnēm; tikt apstrādātam ar svinu; būt vadībā, izvirzīties pirmajā vietā; aizvest, vest; diriģēt; izspēlēt pirmo kārti, pārliecināt, dzīvot, ietekmēt

    English-Latvian dictionary > lead

  • 9 perform

    1) (to do, especially with care or as a duty: The doctor performed the operation.) izpildīt; veikt
    2) (to act (in the theatre etc) or do anything musical, theatrical etc to entertain an audience: The company will perform a Greek play; She performed on the violin.) uzvest (lugu); atskaņot; uzstāties
    - performer
    * * *
    veikt, izpildīt; atveidot, izrādīt, uzvest, izpildīt; uzstāties

    English-Latvian dictionary > perform

  • 10 sculpture

    [- ə]
    1) (the art of modelling or carving figures, shapes etc: He went to art school to study painting and sculpture.) skulptūra
    2) (work done by a sculptor: These statues are all examples of ancient Greek sculpture.) skulptūra
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    skulptūra; veidot; izrotāt ar skulptūrām; erodēt, izskalot

    English-Latvian dictionary > sculpture

  • 11 temple

    I ['templ] noun
    (a building in which people worship, usually as part of a non-Christian religion: a Greek/Hindu temple.) templis; svētnīca
    II ['templ] noun
    (either of the flat parts of the head at the side of the forehead: The stone hit him on the temple.) deniņi
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    deniņi; templis; advokātu biedrība Londonā, šīs biedrības ēka

    English-Latvian dictionary > temple

  • 12 tutor

    ['tju:tə] 1. noun
    1) (a teacher of a group of students in a college or university.) pasniedzējs
    2) (a privately-employed teacher: His parents employed a tutor to teach him Greek.) privātskolotājs
    3) (a book which teaches a subject, especially music: I bought a violin tutor.) pašmācības grāmata
    2. verb
    (to teach: He tutored the child in mathematics.) mācīt
    3. noun
    (a lesson by a tutor at a college or university: We have lectures and tutorials in history.) seminārs; konsultācija
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    privātskolotājs; studentu grupas vadītājs; jaunākais pasniedzējs; aizbildnis; apmācīt; pasniegt privātstundas; ņemt privātstundas; savaldīt

    English-Latvian dictionary > tutor

  • 13 modern language

    (a language spoken nowadays (as opposed to ancient Greek, Latin etc).) jaunā (mūsdienu) valoda

    English-Latvian dictionary > modern language

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