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  • 21 despot

    ['despot, ]( American[) -pət]
    (a person (usually the king or ruler of a country) with absolute power, often a tyrant.) despotas
    - despotically
    - despotism

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  • 22 domain

    1) (an old word for the lands which belong to a person: the king's domains.) valdos
    2) (one's area of interest or of knowledge: That question is outside my domain.) sritis, sfera

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  • 23 enthrone

    (to place on a throne; to crown (as a king, queen, bishop etc): The queen was enthroned with great ceremony.) karūnuoti

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  • 24 envoy

    (a messenger, especially one sent to deal with a foreign government: He was sent to France as the king's envoy.) pasiuntinys

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  • 25 fanfare

    (a short piece of music played by trumpets etc at the entry of a king or queen during a ceremony etc.) fanfara

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  • 26 father

    1. noun
    1) (a male parent, especially human: Mr Smith is her father.) tėvas
    2) ((with capital) the title of a (usually Roman Catholic) priest: I met Father Sullivan this morning.) Tėvas
    3) (a person who begins, invents or first makes something: King Alfred was the father of the English navy.) tėvas, pradininkas
    2. verb
    (to be the father of: King Charles II fathered a number of children.) būti tėvu
    - fatherly
    - father-in-law

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > father

  • 27 feast

    [fi:st] 1. noun
    1) (a large and rich meal, usually eaten to celebrate some occasion: The king invited them to a feast in the palace.) puota
    2) ((sometimes with capital) a particular day on which some (especially religious) person or event is remembered and celebrated: Today is the feast of St Stephen.) šventė
    2. verb
    (to eat (as if) at a feast: We feasted all day.) puotauti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > feast

  • 28 fit

    I 1. [fit] adjective
    1) (in good health: I am feeling very fit.) sveikas
    2) (suitable; correct for a particular purpose or person: a dinner fit for a king.) tinkamas
    2. noun
    (the right size or shape for a particular person, purpose etc: Your dress is a very good fit.) tinkantis daiktas
    3. verb
    past tense, past participle fitted -)
    1) (to be the right size or shape (for someone or something): The coat fits (you) very well.) tikti
    2) (to be suitable for: Her speech fitted the occasion.) pritikti
    3) (to put (something) in position: You must fit a new lock on the door.) įtaisyti, įstatyti
    4) (to supply with; to equip with: She fitted the cupboard with shelves.) pritaisyti
    - fitter
    - fitting
    4. noun
    1) (something, eg a piece of furniture, which is fixed, especially in a house etc: kitchen fittings.) įrenginys, įtaisas
    2) (the trying-on of a dress etc and altering to make it fit: I am having a fitting for my wedding-dress tomorrow.) pri(si)matavimas
    - fit out
    - see/think fit
    II [fit] noun
    1) (a sudden attack of illness, especially epilepsy: She suffers from fits.) priepuolis
    2) (something which happens as suddenly as this: a fit of laughter/coughing.) priepuolis

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > fit

  • 29 flash

    [flæʃ] 1. noun
    1) (a quick showing of a bright light: a flash of lightning.) blyksnis, blykstelėjimas
    2) (a moment; a very short time: He was with her in a flash.) akimirka
    3) (a flashlight.) žibintuvėlis, blykstė
    4) ((often newsflash) a brief news report sent by radio, television etc: Did you hear the flash about the king's death?) ekstra pranešimas
    2. verb
    1) ((of a light) to (cause to) shine quickly: He flashed a torch.) žybtelėti
    2) ((usually with by or past) to pass quickly: The days flashed by; The cars flashed past.) (pra)skrieti
    3) (to show; to display: He flashed a card and was allowed to pass.) švystelėti
    - flashy
    - flashily
    - flashlight

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > flash

  • 30 fortify

    1) (to prepare (a building, city etc) for an attack by strengthening and arming it: The king fortified the castle against the attacking armies.) tvirtinti, stiprinti
    2) (to strengthen or enrich (eg food, drink): Sherry is a fortified wine.) didinti maistingumą, spirituoti, vitaminizuoti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > fortify

  • 31 gloom

    1) (a state of not quite complete darkness: I could not tell the colour of the car in the gloom.) tamsa
    2) (sadness: The king's death cast a gloom over the whole country.) liūdesys, nusiminimas
    - gloominess

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  • 32 guard

    1. verb
    1) (to protect from danger or attack: The soldiers were guarding the king/palace.) saugoti
    2) (to prevent (a person) escaping, (something) happening: The soldiers guarded their prisoners; to guard against mistakes.) saugoti(s)
    2. noun
    1) (someone who or something which protects: a guard round the king; a guard in front of the fire.) sargyba, apsauga
    2) (someone whose job is to prevent (a person) escaping: There was a guard with the prisoner every hour of the day.) sargybinis
    3) ((American conductor) a person in charge of a train.) traukinio viršininkas
    4) (the act or duty of guarding.) sargyba
    - guardedly
    - guard of honour
    - keep guard on
    - keep guard
    - off guard
    - on guard
    - stand guard

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > guard

  • 33 habitat

    noun (the natural home of an animal or plant: The Antarctic is the penguin's natural habitat.) tėvynė, natūrali aplinka, buveinė

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  • 34 hail

    I 1. [heil] noun
    1) (small balls of ice falling from the clouds: There was some hail during the rainstorm last night.) kruša
    2) (a shower (of things): a hail of arrows.) kruša
    2. verb
    (to shower hail: It was hailing as I drove home.) kristi (apie krušą)
    II 1. [heil] verb
    1) (to shout to in order to attract attention: We hailed a taxi; The captain hailed the passing ship.) šūktelėti, sveikinti
    2) (to greet or welcome (a person, thing etc) as something: His discoveries were hailed as a great step forward in medicine.) sveikinti
    2. noun
    (a shout (to attract attention): Give that ship a hail.) šūksnis, šūktelėjimas
    3. interjection
    (an old word of greeting: Hail, O King!) būk pasveikintas! sveikas!

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > hail

  • 35 heads

    noun, adverb ((on) the side of a coin with the head of a king, president etc on it: He tossed the penny and it came down heads.) (monetos) priekinė pusė

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > heads

  • 36 heir

    feminine - heiress; noun
    (a person who by law receives wealth, property etc when the owner dies: A person's eldest son is usually his heir; A king's eldest son is the heir to the throne.) įpėdinis

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > heir

  • 37 herald

    ['herəld] 1. noun
    (formerly, a person who carries and reads important messages and notices (eg from a king): The king sent out heralds to announce the new law.) heroldas, šauklys
    2. verb
    (to announce or be a sign of: A sharp wind often heralds a storm.) paskelbti, išpranašauti
    - heraldry

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > herald

  • 38 incite

    1) (to urge (someone) to do something: He incited the people to rebel against the king.) kurstyti, skatinti
    2) (to stir up or cause: They incited violence in the crowd.) kurstyti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > incite

  • 39 insignia

    (symbols worn or carried as a mark of high office: The crown and sceptre are the insignia of a king.) insignijos, valdžios ženklai

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > insignia

  • 40 intercept

    (to stop or catch (a person, thing etc) before he, it etc arrives at the place to which he, it etc is going, being sent etc: The messenger was intercepted on his way to the king.) sučiupti, paimti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > intercept

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  • King penguin — King King, n. [AS. cyng, cyning; akin to OS. kuning, D. koning, OHG. kuning, G. k[ o]nig, Icel. konungr, Sw. konung, Dan. konge; formed with a patronymic ending, and fr. the root of E. kin; cf. Icel. konr a man of noble birth. [root]44. See {Kin} …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • King Penguin — Taxobox name = King Penguin status = LC | status system = IUCN3.1 image width = 250px image caption = King Penguins in South Georgia King Penguins, Falkland Islands regnum = Animalia phylum = Chordata classis = Aves ordo = Sphenisciformes familia …   Wikipedia

  • king penguin — karališkasis pingvinas statusas T sritis zoologija | vardynas atitikmenys: lot. Aptenodytes patagonicus angl. king penguin vok. Königspinguin, m rus. королевский пингвин, m pranc. manchot royal, m ryšiai: platesnis terminas – imperatoriškieji… …   Paukščių pavadinimų žodynas

  • king penguin — king′ pen guin n. orn a large penguin, Aptenodytes patagonicus, found on islands bordering the Antarctic Circle • Etymology: 1880–85 …   From formal English to slang

  • king penguin — /ˈkɪŋ pɛŋgwən/ (say king penggwuhn) noun a strikingly coloured, large penguin, Aptenodytes patagonicus, with bright orange patches on the side of the throat; found on subantarctic islands such as Macquarie Island and Heard Island …   Australian-English dictionary

  • king penguin — noun large penguin on islands bordering the Antarctic Circle • Syn: ↑Aptenodytes patagonica • Hypernyms: ↑penguin • Member Holonyms: ↑Aptenodytes, ↑genus Aptenodytes …   Useful english dictionary

  • king penguin — noun Date: 1885 a large penguin (Aptenodytes patagonicus) chiefly of subantarctic areas with a yellow patch on the upper breast …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • king penguin — a large penguin, Aptenodytes patagonicus, found on islands bordering the Antarctic Circle. [1880 85] * * * …   Universalium

  • king penguin — noun a large penguin, Aptenodytes patagonicus, that lives on the coast of Antarctica and nearby islands …   Wiktionary

  • King Penguin Book — King Penguin Books ist eine englischsprachige Buchreihe des Verlags Penguin Books, die mit 76 Bänden zwischen 1939 und 1959 und einer durchschnittlich verkauften Auflage von geschätzt 10.000 bis 20.000 Stück je Titel verlegt wurde.… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • King Penguin Bücher — K 5 Karikaturen, in der Ausstattung der ersten 5 Bändchen King Penguin Books ist eine englischsprachige Buchreihe des Verlags Penguin Books, die mit 76 Bänden zwischen 1939 und 1959 und einer durchschnittlich verkauften Auflage von geschätzt… …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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