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if you don't like it

  • 1 if you don't like it

    (whether you like the situation or not, you will have to endure it.) nori ar ne, turėsi susitaikyti su tuo, kas yra

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  • 2 like that

    (in that way: Don't hold it like that - you'll break it!) taip

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  • 3 lump

    1. noun
    1) (a small solid mass of no particular shape: The custard was full of lumps and no-one would eat it.) gabalas, gumulas, gurvolis
    2) (a swelling: She had a lump on her head where she had hit it.) guzas, gumbas
    3) (a small cube-shaped mass of sugar.) cukraus gabaliukas
    2. verb
    ((usually with together) to treat or think of as (all) alike.) imti kartu, dėti neskiriant
    - lumpiness
    - lump sum
    - if you don't like it
    - you can lump it

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  • 4 alternative

    [o:l'tə:nətiv] 1. adjective
    (offering a choice of a second possibility: An alternative arrangement can be made if my plans don't suit you.) alternatyvus
    2. noun
    (a choice between two (or sometimes more) things or possibilities: You leave me no alternative but to dismiss you; I don't like fish. Is there an alternative on the menu?) alternatyva, kitas pasirinkimas

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  • 5 hang about/around

    1) (to stand around, doing nothing: I don't like to see all these youths hanging about (street-corners).) šlaistytis, slampinėti
    2) (to be close to (a person) frequently: I don't want you hanging around my daughter.) trainiotis aplink

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  • 6 go around with

    (to be friendly with: I don't like the group of friends you're going around with.) užmegzti pažintį, draugauti (su), susitikinėti (su)

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  • 7 high and mighty

    (behaving as if one thinks one is very important: Don't be so high and mighty - you're just like any one of us.) pasipūtęs, arogantiškas

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  • 8 make up

    1) (to invent: He made up the whole story.) išgalvoti
    2) (to compose or be part(s) of: The group was made up of doctors and lawyers.) sudaryti
    3) (to complete: We need one more player - will you make up the number(s)?) papildyti
    4) (to apply cosmetics to (the face): I don't like to see women making up (their faces) in public.) dažytis, grimuotis
    5) (to become friends again (after a quarrel etc): They've finally made up (their disagreement).) baigti nesutarimus, susitaikyti

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  • 9 style

    1. noun
    1) (a manner or way of doing something, eg writing, speaking, painting, building etc: different styles of architecture; What kind of style are you going to have your hair cut in?; a new hairstyle.) stilius, fasonas
    2) (a fashion in clothes etc: the latest Paris styles; I don't like the new style of shoe.) mada, fasonas
    3) (elegance in dress, behaviour etc: She certainly has style.) stilius, elegancija
    2. verb
    1) (to arrange (hair) in a certain way: I'm going to have my hair cut and styled.) sušukuoti, padaryti šukuoseną
    2) (to design in a certain style: These chairs/clothes are styled for comfort.) sumodeliuoti, suprojektuoti
    - stylishly
    - stylishness
    - stylist
    - in style

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  • 10 yet

    [jet] 1. adverb
    1) (up till now: He hasn't telephoned yet; Have you finished yet?; We're not yet ready.) dar, jau
    2) (used for emphasis: He's made yet another mistake / yet more mistakes.) dar
    3) ((with a comparative adjective) even: a yet more terrible experience.) dar
    2. conjunction
    (but; however: He's pleasant enough, yet I don't like him.) tačiau, nepaisant to

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  • 11 some

    1. pronoun, adjective
    1) (an indefinite amount or number (of): I can see some people walking across the field; You'll need some money if you're going shopping; Some of the ink was spilt on the desk.) šiek tiek, truputis
    2) ((said with emphasis) a certain, or small, amount or number (of): `Has she any experience of the work?' `Yes, she has some.'; Some people like the idea and some don't.) šiek tiek; kai kurie
    3) ((said with emphasis) at least one / a few / a bit (of): Surely there are some people who agree with me?; I don't need much rest from work, but I must have some.) nors vienas, nors kas
    4) (certain: He's quite kind in some ways.) kai kuris
    2. adjective
    1) (a large, considerable or impressive (amount or number of): I spent some time trying to convince her; I'll have some problem sorting out these papers!) nemažai, ganėtinai
    2) (an unidentified or unnamed (thing, person etc): She was hunting for some book that she's lost.) kažkoks
    3) ((used with numbers) about; at a rough estimate: There were some thirty people at the reception.) maždaug, apie
    3. adverb
    ((American) somewhat; to a certain extent: I think we've progressed some.) kažkiek, šiek tiek
    - someday
    - somehow
    - someone
    - something
    - sometime
    - sometimes
    - somewhat
    - somewhere
    - mean something
    - or something
    - something like
    - something tells me

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  • 12 so

    [səu] 1. adverb
    1) ((used in several types of sentence to express degree) to this extent, or to such an extent: `The snake was about so long,' he said, holding his hands about a metre apart; Don't get so worried!; She was so pleased with his progress in school that she bought him a new bicycle; They couldn't all get into the room, there were so many of them; He departed without so much as (= without even) a goodbye; You've been so (= very) kind to me!; Thank you so much!) tiek, taip, toks
    2) ((used to express manner) in this/that way: As you hope to be treated by others, so you must treat them; He likes everything to be (arranged) just so (= in one particular and precise way); It so happens that I have to go to an important meeting tonight.) taip
    3) ((used in place of a word, phrase etc previously used, or something previously stated) as already indicated: `Are you really leaving your job?' `Yes, I've already told you / said so'; `Is she arriving tomorrow?' `Yes, I hope so'; If you haven't read the notice, please do so now; `Is that so (= true)?' `Yes, it's really so'; `Was your father angry?' `Yes, even more so than I was expecting - in fact, so much so that he refused to speak to me all day!) taip
    4) (in the same way; also: `I hope we'll meet again.' `So do I.'; She has a lot of money and so has her husband.) irgi, taip pat
    5) ((used to express agreement or confirmation) indeed: `You said you were going shopping today.' `So I did, but I've changed my mind.'; `You'll need this book tomorrow, won't you?' `So I will.') taip
    2. conjunction
    ((and) therefore: John had a bad cold, so I took him to the doctor; `So you think you'd like this job, then?' `Yes.'; And so they got married and lived happily ever after.) tai, taigi
    - so-so
    - and so on/forth
    - or so
    - so as to
    - so far
    - so good
    - so that
    - so to say/speak

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  • 13 hold

    I 1. [həuld] past tense, past participle - held; verb
    1) (to have in one's hand(s) or between one's hands: He was holding a knife; Hold that dish with both hands; He held the little boy's hand; He held the mouse by its tail.) laikyti
    2) (to have in a part, or between parts, of the body, or between parts of a tool etc: He held the pencil in his teeth; She was holding a pile of books in her arms; Hold the stamp with tweezers.) laikyti
    3) (to support or keep from moving, running away, falling etc: What holds that shelf up?; He held the door closed by leaning against it; Hold your hands above your head; Hold his arms so that he can't struggle.) laikyti
    4) (to remain in position, fixed etc when under strain: I've tied the two pieces of string together, but I'm not sure the knot will hold; Will the anchor hold in a storm?) išlaikyti
    5) (to keep (a person) in some place or in one's power: The police are holding a man for questioning in connection with the murder; He was held captive.) laikyti
    6) (to (be able to) contain: This jug holds two pints; You can't hold water in a handkerchief; This drawer holds all my shirts.) (kur) tilpti, laikyti
    7) (to cause to take place: The meeting will be held next week; We'll hold the meeting in the hall.) surengti
    8) (to keep (oneself), or to be, in a particular state or condition: We'll hold ourselves in readiness in case you send for us; She holds herself very erect.) būti, laikytis
    9) (to have or be in (a job etc): He held the position of company secretary for five years.) eiti (pareigas), užimti (vietą)
    10) (to think strongly; to believe; to consider or regard: I hold that this was the right decision; He holds me (to be) responsible for everyone's mistakes; He is held in great respect; He holds certain very odd beliefs.) laikyti, manyti (kad), turėti
    11) (to continue to be valid or apply: Our offer will hold until next week; These rules hold under all circumstances.) galioti
    12) ((with to) to force (a person) to do something he has promised to do: I intend to hold him to his promises.) priversti, išpildyti
    13) (to defend: They held the castle against the enemy.) ginti
    14) (not to be beaten by: The general realized that the soldiers could not hold the enemy for long.) sulaikyti
    15) (to keep (a person's attention): If you can't hold your pupils' attention, you can't be a good teacher.) patraukti, išlaikyti
    16) (to keep someone in a certain state: Don't hold us in suspense, what was the final decision?) laikyti
    17) (to celebrate: The festival is held on 24 June.) švęsti
    18) (to be the owner of: He holds shares in this company.) turėti
    19) ((of good weather) to continue: I hope the weather holds until after the school sports.) išsilaikyti
    20) ((also hold the line) (of a person who is making a telephone call) to wait: Mr Brown is busy at the moment - will you hold or would you like him to call you back?) palaukti
    21) (to continue to sing: Please hold that note for four whole beats.) laikyti
    22) (to keep (something): They'll hold your luggage at the station until you collect it.) laikyti
    23) ((of the future) to be going to produce: I wonder what the future holds for me?) žadėti
    2. noun
    1) (the act of holding: He caught/got/laid/took hold of the rope and pulled; Keep hold of that rope.) laikymas, nusitvėrimas
    2) (power; influence: He has a strange hold over that girl.) galia
    3) ((in wrestling etc) a manner of holding one's opponent: The wrestler invented a new hold.) suėmimas
    - - holder
    - hold-all
    - get hold of
    - hold back
    - hold down
    - hold forth
    - hold good
    - hold it
    - hold off
    - hold on
    - hold out
    - hold one's own
    - hold one's tongue
    - hold up
    - hold-up
    - hold with
    II [həuld] noun
    ((in ships) the place, below the deck, where cargo is stored.) triumas

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  • 14 dare

    [deə] 1. negative short form - daren't; verb
    1) (to be brave enough (to do something): I daren't go; I don't dare (to) go; He wouldn't dare do a thing like that; Don't you dare say such a thing again!) (iš)drįsti, turėti drąsos
    2) (to challenge: I dare you to do it.) raginti
    2. noun
    (a challenge: He went into the lion's cage for a dare.) susilažinimas, lažybos
    3. noun
    (boldness: We admired his daring.) drąsa
    4. adjective
    a dare-devil motorcyclist.) pasiutęs, patrakęs

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  • 15 no

    [nəu] 1. adjective
    1) (not any: We have no food; No other person could have done it.) joks, nė vienas
    2) (not allowed: No smoking.) draudžiama, negalima
    3) (not a: He is no friend of mine; This will be no easy task.) joks, ne toks jau
    2. adverb
    (not (any): He is no better at golf than swimming; He went as far as the shop and no further.) ne, nė kiek ne
    3. interjection
    (a word used for denying, disagreeing, refusing etc: `Do you like travelling?' `No, (I don't).'; No, I don't agree; `Will you help me?' `No, I won't.') ne
    4. noun plural
    ( noes)
    1) (a refusal: She answered with a definite no.) neigiamas atsakymas, nesutikimas, ne
    2) (a vote against something: The noes have won.) balsas prieš
    5. noun
    (a very unimportant person: She's just a nobody.) niekas, visiškas nulis
    - there's no saying
    - knowing

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  • 16 right

    1. adjective
    1) (on or related to the side of the body which in most people has the more skilful hand, or to the side of a person or thing which is toward the east when that person or thing is facing north (opposite to left): When I'm writing, I hold my pen in my right hand.) dešinys
    2) (correct: Put that book back in the right place; Is that the right answer to the question?) teisingas, tinkamas
    3) (morally correct; good: It's not right to let thieves keep what they have stolen.) geras,teisus
    4) (suitable; appropriate: He's not the right man for this job; When would be the right time to ask him?) tinkamas
    2. noun
    1) (something a person is, or ought to be, allowed to have, do etc: Everyone has the right to a fair trial; You must fight for your rights; You have no right to say that.) teisė
    2) (that which is correct or good: Who's in the right in this argument?) teisingumas, teisumas
    3) (the right side, part or direction: Turn to the right; Take the second road on the right.) dešinė
    4) (in politics, the people, group, party or parties holding the more traditional beliefs etc.) dešinieji
    3. adverb
    1) (exactly: He was standing right here.) kaip tik, tiksliai
    2) (immediately: I'll go right after lunch; I'll come right down.) tuoj pat, nedelsiant
    3) (close: He was standing right beside me.) visiškai
    4) (completely; all the way: The bullet went right through his arm.) tiesiai, kiaurai
    5) (to the right: Turn right.) į dešinę
    6) (correctly: Have I done that right?; I don't think this sum is going to turn out right.) teisingai, gerai
    4. verb
    1) (to bring back to the correct, usually upright, position: The boat tipped over, but righted itself again.) ištiesinti, išlyginti
    2) (to put an end to and make up for something wrong that has been done: He's like a medieval knight, going about the country looking for wrongs to right.) atitaisyti
    5. interjection
    (I understand; I'll do what you say etc: `I want you to type some letters for me.' `Right, I'll do them now.') gerai, taip, klausau
    - righteously
    - righteousness
    - rightful
    - rightfully
    - rightly
    - rightness
    - righto
    - right-oh
    - rights
    - right angle
    - right-angled
    - right-hand
    - right-handed
    - right wing
    6. adjective
    ((right-wing) (having opinions which are) of this sort.) dešinysis
    - by rights
    - by right
    - get
    - keep on the right side of
    - get right
    - go right
    - not in one's right mind
    - not quite right in the head
    - not right in the head
    - put right
    - put/set to rights
    - right away
    - right-hand man
    - right now
    - right of way
    - serve right

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  • 17 that

    1. [ðæt] plural - those; adjective
    (used to indicate a person, thing etc spoken of before, not close to the speaker, already known to the speaker and listener etc: Don't take this book - take that one; At that time, I was living in Italy; When are you going to return those books?) tas, anas
    2. pronoun
    (used to indicate a thing etc, or (in plural or with the verb be) person or people, spoken of before, not close to the speaker, already known to the speaker and listener etc: What is that you've got in your hand?; Who is that?; That is the Prime Minister; Those present at the concert included the composer and his wife.) tai
    3. [ðət, ðæt] relative pronoun
    (used to refer to a person, thing etc mentioned in a preceding clause in order to distinguish it from others: Where is the parcel that arrived this morning?; Who is the man (that) you were talking to?) kuris
    4. [ðət, ðæt] conjunction
    1) ((often omitted) used to report what has been said etc or to introduce other clauses giving facts, reasons, results etc: I know (that) you didn't do it; I was surprised (that) he had gone.) kad
    2) (used to introduce expressions of sorrow, wishes etc: That I should be accused of murder!; Oh, that I were with her now!) kad
    5. adverb
    (so; to such an extent: I didn't realize she was that ill.) taip
    - that's that

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  • 18 concern

    [kən'sə:n] 1. verb
    1) (to have to do with: This order doesn't concern us; So far as I'm concerned, you can do what you like.) turėti ryšį su kuo, sieti su
    2) ((with for or about) to make (usually oneself) uneasy: Don't concern yourself about her.) rūpintis, nerimauti
    3) ((with with or in) to interest (oneself) in: He doesn't concern himself with unimportant details.) domėtis
    2. noun
    1) (something that concerns or belongs to one: His problems are not my concern.) reikalas, rūpestis
    2) (anxiety: The condition of the patient is giving rise to concern.) nerimas
    3) (a business: a shoe-manufacturing concern.) koncernas, įmonė

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  • 19 stay

    [stei] 1. verb
    1) (to remain (in a place) for a time, eg while travelling, or as a guest etc: We stayed three nights at that hotel / with a friend / in Paris; Aunt Mary is coming to stay (for a fortnight); Would you like to stay for supper?; Stay and watch that television programme.) apsistoti, pasilikti
    2) (to remain (in a particular position, place, state or condition): The doctor told her to stay in bed; He never stays long in any job; Stay away from the office till your cold is better; Why won't these socks stay up?; Stay where you are - don't move!; In 1900, people didn't realize that motor cars were here to stay.) būti, likti
    2. noun
    (a period of staying (in a place etc): We had an overnight stay / a two days' stay in London.) viešnagė
    - stay in
    - stay out
    - stay put
    - stay up

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  • 20 honk

    [hoŋk] 1. noun
    ((a sound like) the cry of a goose or the sound of a motor-car horn.) gagenimas, (mašinos) signalas
    2. verb
    (to make such a noise: Don't honk that horn any more - you'll disturb the neighbours.) gagenti, spausti (signalą)

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