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  • 261 exorbitant

    ((of prices or demands) very high or unreasonable.) (par cenu, prasībām) pārmērīgs
    - exorbitance
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  • 262 expire

    1) ((of a limited period of time) to come to an end: His three weeks' leave expires tomorrow.) (par termiņu) beigties
    2) ((of a ticket, licence etc) to go out of date: My driving licence expired last month.) (par derīguma termiņu) beigties; notecēt
    3) (to die.) nomirt
    - expiry
    * * *
    izelpot; nomirt; beigties

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  • 263 explosive

    adjective (likely to explode: Hydrogen is a dangerously explosive gas.) sprāgstošs; (par cilvēku) eksplozīvs
    * * *
    sprāgstviela, spridzeklis; eksplozīvs līdzskanis; sprāgstošs, uzliesmojošs; viegli aizkaitināms; eksplozīvs

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  • 264 extinct

    1) ((of a type of animal etc) no longer in existence: Mammoths became extinct in prehistoric times.) izzudis; izmiris
    2) ((of a volcano) no longer active: That volcano was thought to be extinct until it suddenly erupted ten years ago.) (par vulkānu) izdzisis
    * * *
    izdzisis; izzudis; izmiris

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  • 265 extortionate

    adjective ((of a price) much too high: That restaurant's prices are extortionate!) (par prasībām, cenu u.tml.) pārmērīgs
    * * *
    pārmērīgs; varmācīgs

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  • 266 fair

    I [feə] adjective
    1) (light-coloured; with light-coloured hair and skin: fair hair; Scandinavian people are often fair.) gaišs; gaišmatains
    2) (just; not favouring one side: a fair test.) godīgs; taisnīgs
    3) ((of weather) fine; without rain: a fair afternoon.) skaists; jauks (par laiku)
    4) (quite good; neither bad nor good: Her work is only fair.) diezgan labs; apmierinošs
    5) (quite big, long etc: a fair size.) vidējs; mērens
    6) (beautiful: a fair maiden.) skaists
    - fairly
    - fair play
    II [feə] noun
    1) (a collection of entertainments that travels from town to town: She won a large doll at the fair.) atrakciju parks
    2) (a large market held at fixed times: A fair is held here every spring.) gadatirgus
    3) (an exhibition of goods from different countries, firms etc: a trade fair.) gadatirgus; izstāde
    * * *
    mērens, vidējs; jauks, skaidrs; diezgan labs; gaišmatains, gaišs; neaptraipīts, tīrs; laipns, pieklājīgs; daiļš, taisnīgs, godīgs, skaists; taisnīgi, godīgi; tieši; tīri, skaidri; gadatirgus, izstāde

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  • 267 fall

    [fo:l] 1. past tense - fell; verb
    1) (to go down from a higher level usually unintentionally: The apple fell from the tree; Her eye fell on an old book.) krist
    2) ((often with over) to go down to the ground etc from an upright position, usually by accident: She fell (over).) nokrist
    3) (to become lower or less: The temperature is falling.) kristies; pazemināties
    4) (to happen or occur: Easter falls early this year.) (par dienu) iekrist
    5) (to enter a certain state or condition: She fell asleep; They fell in love.) iemīlēties
    6) ((formal: only with it as subject) to come as one's duty etc: It falls to me to take care of the children.) iekrist; būt kārtai
    2. noun
    1) (the act of falling: He had a fall.) krišana; kritiens
    2) ((a quantity of) something that has fallen: a fall of snow.) nokrišņi
    3) (capture or (political) defeat: the fall of Rome.) sabrukums; bojāeja
    4) ((American) the autumn: Leaves change colour in the fall.) rudens
    - fallout
    - his
    - her face fell
    - fall away
    - fall back
    - fall back on
    - fall behind
    - fall down
    - fall flat
    - fall for
    - fall in with
    - fall off
    - fall on/upon
    - fall out
    - fall short
    - fall through
    * * *
    krišana, kritiens; nokrišņi; ietece; ūdenskritums; krišanās, pazemināšanās; krišana, pagrimums; bojāeja, sabrukums; rudens; apjērošanās; ciršana; spēkošanās, cīņa; kadence; falle; krist; nokrist; krist, nokarāties; nolaisties; pazemināties, kristies; norimties; iet bojā, krist; sagāzties, sabrukt; iestāties; ietecēt; iegadīties, iekrist; kļūt

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  • 268 faltering

    adjective nedrošs; grīļīgs; (par balsi) drebošs
    * * *
    drebošs, nedrošs

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  • 269 fast

    I 1. adjective
    1) (quick-moving: a fast car.) ātrs; ātrgaitas-
    2) (quick: a fast worker.) ātrs; veikls
    3) ((of a clock, watch etc) showing a time in advance of the correct time: My watch is five minutes fast.) (par pulksteni) ātrāks
    2. adverb
    (quickly: She speaks so fast I can't understand her.) ātri
    - fast foods
    - fast food
    II 1. verb
    (to go without food, especially for religious or medical reasons: Muslims fast during the festival of Ramadan.) gavēt
    2. noun
    (a time or act of fasting: She has just finished two days' fast.) gavēnis
    III adjective
    1) ((of a dye) fixed; that will not come out of a fabric when it is washed.) (par krāsu) izturīgs; neplūkošs
    2) (firm; fixed: She made her end of the rope fast to a tree.) ciešs; stingrs
    * * *
    gavēnis; gavēt; ciešs, stingrs; neplūkošs, izturīgs; uzticams, pastāvīgs; ātrgaitas; ātrāks; jutīgs

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  • 270 father

    1. noun
    1) (a male parent, especially human: Mr Smith is her father.) tēvs
    2) ((with capital) the title of a (usually Roman Catholic) priest: I met Father Sullivan this morning.) Tēvs
    3) (a person who begins, invents or first makes something: King Alfred was the father of the English navy.) radītājs; dibinātājs
    2. verb
    (to be the father of: King Charles II fathered a number of children.) radīt; būt par tēvu
    - fatherly
    - father-in-law
    * * *
    tēvs; ciltstēvs, sencis; dibinātājs, radītājs; Dievs; garīgais tēvs, bīskaps, mācītājs; vecākais loceklis

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  • 271 fawn

    I [fo:n] noun
    1) (a young deer.) jauns briedis
    2) ((also adjective) (of) its colour, a light yellowish brown: a fawn sweater.) rūsgana krāsa; rūsgans
    II [fo:n] verb
    1) ((of dogs) to show affection (by wagging the tail, rolling over etc).) (par suni) luncināties
    2) ((with upon) to be too humble or to flatter (someone) in a servile way: The courtiers fawned upon the queen.) lišķēt; pieglaimoties
    * * *
    jauns briedis; dzeltenbrūna krāsa; luncināt asti, luncināties; pielišķēties, pieglaimoties; dzeltenbrūns

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  • 272 feature

    ['fi: ə] 1. noun
    1) (a mark by which anything is known; a quality: The use of bright colours is one of the features of her painting.) pazīme; iezīme
    2) (one of the parts of one's face (eyes, nose etc): She has very regular features.) sejas vaibsti
    3) (a special article in a newspaper: `The Times' is doing a feature on holidays.) liels raksts (avīzē)
    4) (the main film in a cinema programme etc: The feature begins at 7.30; (also adjective) a feature film.) [] mākslas filma; mākslas filmas-
    2. verb
    (to give or have a part (especially an important one): That film features the best of the British actresses.) rādīt; raksturot; attēlot
    * * *
    pazīme, iezīme; sejas vaibsti; liels raksts; pilnmetrāžas mākslas filma; radioapraksts, teleapraksts; atrakcija, programmas nagla; būt raksturīgam, raksturot; attēlot; rādīt; ievietot avīzē; figurēt; padarīt par programmas naglu; rādīt reklāmu, reklamēt; iztēloties, iedomāties

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  • 273 female

    noun, adjective
    1) ((a person, animal etc) of the sex that gives birth to children, produces eggs etc: a female blackbird; the female of the species.) sieviete; mātīte; sieviešu-
    2) ((a plant) that produces seeds.) (par augu) sievišķais
    * * *
    sieviete; mātīte; sieviešu dzimtes; sieviešu; sievišķais

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  • 274 fertile

    1) (producing a lot: fertile fields; a fertile mind/imagination.) ražīgs; bagāts; radošs (par iztēli u.tml.)
    2) (able to produce fruit, children, young animals etc: fertile seed.) auglīgs; dīgtspējīgs (par sēklām)
    - fertilize
    - fertilise
    - fertilization
    - fertilisation
    - fertilizer
    - fertiliser
    * * *
    ražīgs, auglīgs; dīgtspējīgas; radošs, bagāts

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  • 275 fine

    I 1. adjective
    1) ((usually of art etc) very good; of excellent quality: fine paintings; a fine performance.) jauks; lielisks
    2) ((of weather) bright; not raining: a fine day.) (par laiku) jauks; skaists
    3) (well; healthy: I was ill yesterday but I am feeling fine today!) man klājas labi
    4) (thin or delicate: a fine material.) smalks
    5) (careful; detailed: Fine workmanship is required for such delicate embroidery.) precīzs
    6) (made of small pieces, grains etc: fine sand; fine rain.) smalks; sīks
    7) (slight; delicate: a fine balance; a fine distinction.) smalks; delikāts
    8) (perfectly satisfactory: There's nothing wrong with your work - it's fine.) labs; lielisks
    2. adverb
    (satisfactorily: This arrangement suits me fine.) labi; lieliski
    3. interjection
    (good; well done etc: You've finished already - fine!) jauki; lieliski
    - finery
    - fine art
    II 1. noun
    (money which must be paid as a punishment: I had to pay a fine.) soda nauda
    2. verb
    (to make (someone) pay a fine: She was fined $10.) uzlikt naudas sodu
    * * *
    soda nauda; sodīt ar naudas sodu, uzlikt naudas sodu; attīrīt; kļūt skaidrākam; jauks, lielisks; smalks, sīks; jauks, skaidrs; izsmalcināts, smalks; augstas kvalitātes, tīrs; precīzs, smalks; smails, ass; smalki; jauki, lieliski

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  • 276 finger

    ['fiŋɡə] 1. noun
    1) (one of the five end parts of the hand, sometimes excluding the thumb: She pointed a finger at the thief.) (rokas) pirksts
    2) (the part of a glove into which a finger is put.) (cimda) pirksts
    3) (anything made, shaped, cut etc like a finger: a finger of toast.) iegarens grauzdētas maizes gabaliņš
    2. verb
    (to touch or feel with the fingers: She fingered the material.) piedurties ar pirkstiem; aiztikt; aptaustīt
    - fingerprint
    - fingertip
    - be all fingers and thumbs / my fingers are all thumbs
    - have something at one's fingertips
    - have at one's fingertips
    - have a finger in the pie / in every pie
    - put one's finger on
    * * *
    pirksts; rādītājs; pirksts, tapa; aptaustīt, piedurties ar pirkstiem, aiztikt; spēlēt; ņemt kukuļus, zagt; paziņot par kādu policijai

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  • 277 finished

    1) (ended: Her chances of success are finished.) (par iespējām u.tml.) izsmelts
    2) ((negative unfinished) done; completed: a finished product.) pabeigts; gatavs
    3) (having been completely used, eaten etc: The food is finished - there's none left.) apēsts; izdzerts
    * * *
    gatavs, pabeigts; izkopts, pilnīgs

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  • 278 fink

    streiklauzis; ziņu pienesējs; nelietis; būt par streiklauzi; pienest ziņas

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  • 279 first, last and all the time

    reizi par visām reizēm

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  • 280 first-class

    1) (of the best quality: a first-class hotel.) pirmšķirīgs
    2) (very good: This food is first-class!) lielisks
    3) ((for) travelling in the best and most expensive part of the train, plane, ship etc: a first-class passenger ticket; (also adverb) She always travels first-class.) (par ceļošanu) pirmās klases-; pirmajā klasē
    * * *
    pirmšķirīgs; lielisks

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