|flitig englanniksi||busy sv, industrious sv, hardworking sv, sedulous sv, diligent sv, assiduous sv, painstaking sv|
: a busy street
*: To-morrow is a busy day.
: The director cannot see you now, hes busy.
: Her telephone has been busy all day.
: She is too busy to have time for riddles.
: Flowers, stripes, and checks in the same fabric make for a busy pattern.
*: I will be hanged if some eternal villain, / Some busy and insinuating rogue, / Some cogging, cozening slave, to get some office, / Have not devised this slander; Ill be hanged else.
: I was very industrious in my effort to learn unicycle riding.
*: With the right equipment, an indoor grower could create a utopia for his plants, an artificial habitat more perfect than any in nature, [...]. These sedulous attentions would be wasted on male plants, which are worse than useless in sinsemilla production.
*: The Scots have always been a fiercely independent people, but it surprised me how far this sedulous process of separation has gone already.
: Scientists are very diligent in their work.
*: He was officious in the right time and place, quiet as a lamb when his patron seemed inclined to study or to muse, active and assiduous to assist or divert him whenever it seemed to be wished.
*: He died after three weeks illness, during which Mrs. Penniman, as well as his daughter, had been assiduous at his bedside.
*: A good deal of assiduous attention had enabled Henry to win this place in her affections.
*: Klein rose to prominence in the 1960s by assiduous application of accounting methods to the music industry.
*: All these painstaking men, considered together, may be said to have completed another species of criticism.