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  • 1 current

    1. adjective
    (of or belonging to the present: current affairs; the current month; the current temperature.) dabartinis, dabar esantis, einamasis
    2. noun
    1) ((the direction of) a stream of water or air: the current of a river.) srovė
    2) ((a) flow of electricity: an electrical current.) srovė
    - current account

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > current

  • 2 current account

    (an account with a bank from which money may be withdrawn by cheque.) einamoji sąskaita

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > current account

  • 3 abroad

    [ə'bro:d]
    1) (in or to another country: He lived abroad for many years.) užsienyje, į užsienį
    2) (current; going around: There's a rumour abroad that she is leaving.) visur, plačiai

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > abroad

  • 4 ampère

    ['æmpeə]
    ((also amp [æmp]) (often abbreviated to A when written) the unit by which an electric current is measured.) amperas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > ampère

  • 5 backwash

    1) (a backward current eg that following a ship's passage through the water: the backwash of the steamer.) priešsrovė
    2) (the unintentional results of an action, situation etc: The backwash of that firm's financial troubles affected several other firms.) neigiamas poveikis

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > backwash

  • 6 battery

    ['bætəri]
    plural - batteries; noun
    1) (a series of two or more electric cells arranged to produce, or store, a current: a torch battery.) baterija, akumuliatorius
    2) (an arrangement of cages in which laying hens etc are kept.) narvelynas
    3) (a group of large guns (and the people manning them).) baterija
    4) (a long series: a battery of questions.) serija

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  • 7 bellows

    ['beləuz]
    (an instrument for making a current of air.) dumplės

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > bellows

  • 8 blow

    I [bləu] noun
    1) (a stroke or knock: a blow on the head.) smūgis
    2) (a sudden misfortune: Her husband's death was a real blow.) smūgis, sukrėtimas
    II [bləu] past tense - blew; verb
    1) ((of a current of air) to be moving: The wind blew more strongly.) pūsti
    2) ((of eg wind) to cause (something) to move in a given way: The explosion blew off the lid.) nupūsti
    3) (to be moved by the wind etc: The door must have blown shut.) už(si)trenkti
    4) (to drive air (upon or into): Please blow into this tube!) (pa)pūsti
    5) (to make a sound by means of (a musical instrument etc): He blew the horn loudly.) papūsti
    - blow-lamp
    - blow-torch
    - blowout
    - blowpipe
    - blow one's top
    - blow out
    - blow over
    - blow up

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > blow

  • 9 cable

    ['keibl] 1. noun
    1) ((a) strong rope or chain for hauling or tying anything, especially a ship.) trosas
    2) ((a set of) wires for carrying electric current or signals: They are laying (a) new cable.) kabelis
    3) ((a rope made of) strands of metal wound together for supporting a bridge etc.) lynas
    4) ((also cablegram) a telegram sent by cable.) telegrama
    5) (cable television.) kabelinė televizija
    2. verb
    (to telegraph by cable: I cabled news of my mother's death to our relations in Canada.) siųsti telegrafu
    - cable television
    - cable TV

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > cable

  • 10 calypso

    [kə'lipsəu]
    plural - calypsos; noun
    (a West Indian folk-song, telling of a current event and sometimes made up as the singer goes along.) kalipsas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > calypso

  • 11 circuit

    ['sə:kit]
    1) (a journey or course round something: the earth's circuit round the sun; three circuits of the race-track.) sukimasis
    2) (a race-track, running-track etc.) žiedinis trekas
    3) (the path of an electric current and the parts through which it passes.) grandinė
    4) (a journey or tour made regularly and repeatedly eg by salesmen, sportsmen etc.) trasa

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  • 12 contact

    ['kontækt] 1. noun
    1) (physical touch or nearness: Her hands came into contact with acid; Has she been in contact with measles?) kontaktas, sąlytis
    2) (communication: I've lost contact with all my old friends; We have succeeded in making (radio) contact with the ship; How can I get in contact with him?) ryšys
    3) (a person with influence, knowledge etc which might be useful: I made several good contacts in London.) (naudinga) pažintis
    4) ((a place where) a wire etc carrying electric current (may be attached): the contacts on the battery.) kontaktas
    5) (a person who has been near someone with an infectious disease: We must trace all known contacts of the cholera victim.) infekcijos nešiotojas
    6) (a person or thing that provides a means of communicating with someone: His radio is his only contact with the outside world.) ryšys
    2. verb
    (to get in touch with in order to give or share information etc: I'll contact you by telephone.) susisiekti su

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > contact

  • 13 craze

    [kreiz]
    (a (usually temporary) fashion; great (but temporary) enthusiasm: the current craze for cutting one's hair extremely short.) pamišimas, mada
    - crazily
    - craziness

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  • 14 cycle

    I 1. verb
    (to go by bicycle: He cycles to work every day.) važiuoti dviračiu
    2. noun
    (shortened form of bicycle: They bought the child a cycle for his birthday.) dviratis
    II noun
    1) (a number of events happening one after the other in a certain order: the life-cycle of the butterfly.) ciklas
    2) (a series of poems, songs etc written about one main event etc: a song cycle.) ciklas
    3) ((of alternating current, radio waves etc) one complete series of changes in a regularly varying supply, signal etc.) ciklas, periodas
    - cyclically

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > cycle

  • 15 eddy

    ['edi] 1. plural - eddies; noun
    (a current of water or air running back against the main stream or current.) sūkurys, verpetas
    2. verb
    (to move round and round: The water eddied round the pier; The crowds eddied to and fro in the square.) sūkuriuoti, verpetuoti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > eddy

  • 16 electric chair

    (a chair used to execute criminals by sending a powerful electric current through them.) elektros kėdė

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > electric chair

  • 17 electrode

    [i'lektrəud]
    (a conductor through which a current of electricity enters or leaves a battery etc.) elektrodas

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > electrode

  • 18 fan

    I 1. [fæn] noun
    1) (a flat instrument held in the hand and waved to direct a current of air across the face in hot weather: Ladies used to carry fans to keep themselves cool.) vėduoklė
    2) (a mechanical instrument causing a current of air: He has had a fan fitted in the kitchen for extracting smells.) ventiliatorius
    2. verb
    1) (to cool (as if) with a fan: She sat in the corner, fanning herself.) vėduoti
    2) (to increase or strengthen (a fire) by directing air towards it with a fan etc: They fanned the fire until it burst into flames.) įpūsti
    II [fæn] noun
    (an enthusiastic admirer of a sport, hobby or well-known person: I'm a great fan of his; football fans; ( also adjective) fan mail/letters (= letters etc sent by admirers).) entuziastas, sirgalius

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > fan

  • 19 fuse

    I 1. [fju:z] verb
    1) (to melt (together) as a result of great heat: Copper and tin fuse together to make bronze.) lydytis, su(si)lydyti
    2) ((of an electric circuit or appliance) to (cause to) stop working because of the melting of a fuse: Suddenly all the lights fused; She fused all the lights.) perdegti, perdeginti
    2. noun
    (a piece of easily-melted wire included in an electric circuit so that a dangerously high electric current will break the circuit and switch itself off: She mended the fuse.) saugiklis
    II [fju:z] noun
    (a piece of material, a mechanical device etc which makes a bomb etc explode at a particular time: He lit the fuse and waited for the explosion.) degiklis

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > fuse

  • 20 market price/value

    (the price at which a thing is being sold at a particular time: What's the current market price of gold?) rinkos kaina

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > market price/value

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  • magnetizing current — įmagnetinimo srovė statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. exciting current; magnetization current; magnetizing current vok. Magnetisierungsstrom, m rus. намагничивающий ток, m; ток намагничивания, m pranc. courant d aimantation, m;… …   Automatikos terminų žodynas

  • magnetizing current — įmagnetinimo srovė statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. magnetization current; magnetizing current vok. Magnetisierungsstrom, m rus. намагничивающий ток, m; ток намагничивания, m pranc. courant d’aimantation, m; courant magnétisant, m …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • magnetizing current — noun : a current that magnetizes or energizes a magnetic core : exciting current …   Useful english dictionary

  • Current transformer — A CT for operation on a 110 kV grid In electrical engineering, a current transformer (CT) is used for measurement of electric currents. Current transformers, together with voltage transformers (VT) (potential transformers (PT)), are known as …   Wikipedia

  • current — Synonyms and related words: AC, Brownian movement, DC, Zeitgeist, a la mode, absorption current, accepted, accessible, accidental, accompanying, accustomed, active current, actual, ado, advance, advised, affirmed, affluence, afflux, affluxion,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • alternating current — Synonyms and related words: AC, DC, absorption current, active current, conduction current, convection current, cycle, delta current, dielectric displacement current, direct current, displacement current, eddy current, electric current, electric… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • direct current — Synonyms and related words: AC, DC, absorption current, active current, alternating current, conduction current, convection current, cycle, delta current, dielectric displacement current, displacement current, eddy current, electric current,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • electric current — Synonyms and related words: AC, DC, absorption current, active current, alternating current, base current, cathode current, collector current, conduction current, convection current, cycle, delta current, dielectric displacement current, direct… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • exciting current — įmagnetinimo srovė statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. exciting current; magnetization current; magnetizing current vok. Magnetisierungsstrom, m rus. намагничивающий ток, m; ток намагничивания, m pranc. courant d aimantation, m;… …   Automatikos terminų žodynas

  • magnetization current — įmagnetinimo srovė statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. exciting current; magnetization current; magnetizing current vok. Magnetisierungsstrom, m rus. намагничивающий ток, m; ток намагничивания, m pranc. courant d aimantation, m;… …   Automatikos terminų žodynas

  • magnetization current — įmagnetinimo srovė statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. magnetization current; magnetizing current vok. Magnetisierungsstrom, m rus. намагничивающий ток, m; ток намагничивания, m pranc. courant d’aimantation, m; courant magnétisant, m …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

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