|hoch englanniksi||long live de, lofty de, to de, tall de, high de, sharp de|
: Long live the King!
: a lofty bed
: a lofty goal
*: A goal from Steven Caulker, just after the hour mark, was enough to hand victory to Malky Mackays men, with Swansea falling some way short of the lofty standards they have set previously at this level.
*: that lofty pity with which prosperous folk are apt to remember their grandfathers
: I looked up and saw the airplane overhead.
: I will mix up the puzzle pieces.
: Tear up the contract.
: He really messed up.
: Please type up our monthly report.
: I picked up some milk on the way home.
: The committee will take up your request.
: She had to give up her drivers license after the accident.
: I will go up to New York to visit my family this weekend.
: Gold has gone up with the uncertainty in the world markets.
: Turn it up, I can barely hear it.
: Listen to your voice go up at the end of a question.
: Cheer up, the weekends almost here.
: The bowler pitched the ball up.
: Would you like that drink up or on ice?
: Shes going up to read Classics this September.
*: The son of the Dean of Lichfield was only three years older than Steele, who was a lad of only twelve, when at the age of fifteen, Addison went up to Oxford.
*: Others insinuated that women crowded up to Cambridge, not for the benefits of a higher education, but because of the proximity of 2,000 young men.
*: A precocious mathematician, Babbage was already well versed in the Continental mathematical notations when he went up to Cambridge.
: I was up to my chin in water.
: A stranger came up and asked me for directions.
: Drink up. The pub is closing.
: Can you sum up your research?
: The comet burned up in the atmosphere.
: I need to sew up the hole in this shirt.
: to lay up riches; put up your weapons
: ux|en|The cat went up the tree. They walk up the steps.
: ux|en|The information made its way up the chain of command to the general. They took a boat up the river from the coast. I felt something crawling up my arm.
: ux|en|Go up the street until you see the sign.
*: Though the storm raged up the East Coast, it has become increasingly apparent that New Jersey took the brunt of it.
: I can’t believe it’s 3 a.m. and you’re still up.
: Time is up!
: I’m feeling up today.
: If you are up for a trip, let’s go.
: Smith is up to bat.
: What is up with that project at headquarters?
: Put the notebook face up on the table.
: Take a break and put your feet up.
: Sales are up from last quarter.
: Get up and give her your seat.
*: ‘The Phantom! The Phantom is up from the cellars again!’
: The new notices are up as of last Tuesday.
: I’m not up on the latest news. What’s going on?
: Is the server back up?
: The London train is on the up line.
: A Cosmopolitan is typically served up.
*: I have said I was still in darkness, yet it was not the blackness of the last night; and looking up into the inside of the tomb above, I could see the faintest line of light at one corner, which showed the sun was up.
*: Being "up" means having numerous graffiti in the tagging landscape.
*: Graffiti writers want their names seen by writers and others so that they will be famous. Therefore writers are very serious about any opportunity to “get up.” ... The throw-up became one of the fundamental techniques for getting up, and thereby gaining recognition and fame.
*: From his great rooftop pieces, selected for high visibility, to his sneaky tags and fun loving stickers, he most certainly knows how to get up.
: Up is a good way to go.
: I hate almost everything about my job. The only up is that its so close to home.
: She lives in a two-up two-down.
: If we up the volume, well be able to make out the details.
: We upped anchor and sailed away.
: It wasn’t long before they upped him to Vice President.
: He just upped and quit.
: He upped and punched that guy.
*: And she didnt leave a letter, she just upped and ran away.
*: "Will ye up, lass, and ride behind me?".
: I want to leave.
: He asked me what to do.
: I don’t know how to say it.
: I have places to go and people to see.
*: To err is human, to forgive divine.
*: To be, or not to be: that is the question: / ...
*: Odds are, BP to get new CEO this year
: "Did you visit the museum?" "I wanted to, but it was closed."
: If he hasnt read it yet, he ought to.
: We are walking to the shop.
*: Driven by a perceived political need to adopt a hard-line stance, Mr. Cameron’s coalition government has imposed myriad new restrictions, the aim of which is to reduce net migration to Britain to below 100,000.
: He devoted himself to education.
: They drank to his health.
: That is something to do.
: His face was beaten to a pulp.
: similar to ..., relevant to ..., pertinent to ..., I was nice to him, he was cruel to her, I am used to walking.
: one to one = 1:1
: ten to one = 10:1.
: Three squared or three to the second power is nine.
: Three to the power of two is nine.
: Three to the second is nine.
: I gave the book to him.
: ten to ten = 9:50; Were going to leave at ten to (the hour).
: Stay where youre to and Ill come find you, by.
: Please push the door to.
*: He went in his room, pushed the door to, without fastening the latch.
: ux|en|Being tall is an advantage in basketball.
: ux|en|The balloon rose high in the sky.
*: The Barnacles were a very high family, and a very large family. They were dispersed all over the public offices, and held all sorts of public places.
: ux|en|My bank charges me a high interest rate.
: ux|en|The note was too high for her to sing.
: Epicures do not cook game before it is high.
: ux|en|The tailor liked his meat high.
: a high wind; high passions
*: Strong is thy hand, and high is thy right hand.
*: Can heavenly minds such high resentment show?
*: with rather a high manner
*: An high look and a proud heart ... is sin.
*: His forces, after all the high discourses, amounted really but to eighteen hundred foot.
*: to hear and answer such high things
*: Plain living and high thinking are no more.
: high (i.e. intense) heat; high (i.e. full or quite) noon; high (i.e. rich or spicy) seasoning; high (i.e. complete) pleasure; high (i.e. deep or vivid) colour; high (i.e. extensive, thorough) scholarship
*: High time it is this war now ended were.
*: High sauces and spices are fetched from the Indies.
: How high above land did you fly?
: Costs have grown higher this year again.
: I certainly cant sing that high.
*: They will have to reflect on a seventh successive defeat in a European final while Chelsea try to make sense of an eccentric season rife with controversy and bad feeling but once again one finishing on an exhilarating high.
: ux|en|That pill gave me a high for a few hours, before I had a [[comedown]].
: The sun higheth.
*: Men must high them apace, and make haste.
: ux|en|I keep my knives sharp so that they dont slip unexpectedly while carving.
*: Orion hit a rabbit once; but though sore wounded it got to the bury, and, struggling in, the arrow caught the side of the hole and was drawn out. Indeed, a nail filed sharp is not of much avail as an arrowhead; you must have it barbed, and that was a little beyond our skill.
: ux|en|My nephew is a sharp lad; he can count to 100 in six languages, and hes only five years old.
: ux|en|Ernest made the pencil too sharp and accidentally stabbed himself with it.
: ux|en|a sharp hill; a face with sharp features
: ux|en|The orchestras third violin several times was sharp about an eighth of a tone.
: ux|en|Milly couldnt stand sharp cheeses when she was pregnant, because they made her nauseated.
: ux|en|A pregnant woman during labor normally experiences a number of sharp contractions.
*: She wakened in sharp panic, bewildered by the grotesquerie of some half-remembered dream in contrast with the harshness of inclement fact.
: ux|en|Michael had a number of sharp ventures that he kept off the books.
: ux|en|a sharp dealer; a sharp customer
*: the necessity of being so sharp and exacting
: ux|en|Youll need sharp aim to make that shot.
: ux|en|sharp criticism; When the two rivals met, first there were sharp words, and then a fight broke out.
: ux|en|You look so sharp in that tuxedo!
: ux|en|Keep a sharp watch on the prisoners. I dont want them to escape!
: ux|en|Drive down Main for three quarters of a mile, then make a sharp right turn onto Pine.
*: The street down which Warwick had come intersected Front Street at a sharp angle in front of the old hotel, forming a sort of flatiron block at the junction, known as Liberty Point
: ux|en|a sharp ascent or descent; a sharp turn or curve
: ux|en|Sure, any planar graph can be five-colored. But that result is not sharp: in fact, any planar graph can be four-colored. That is sharp: the same cant be said for any lower number.
*: Time and time again, the amateur player has lost the opportunity to make the really best move because he felt bound to follow some chess "rule" he had learned, rather than to make the sharp move which was indicated by the position.
*: In such situations most chess players choose the obvious and logical way: they go in for sharp play. However, not everyone is a natural attacking player...
: ux|en|a sharp pain; the sharp and frosty winter air
*: Sharp misery had worn him to the bones.
*: the morning sharp and clear
*: in sharpest perils faithful proved
: ux|en|a sharp appetite
*: in sharp contest of battle
*: A sharp assault already is begun.
: ux|en|sharp sand
: rfquotek|Edward Moxon
: rfquotek|M. Arnold
*: You bite so sharp at reasons.
: Ill see you at twelve oclock sharp.
: I didnt enjoy the concert much because the tenor kept going sharp on the high notes.
: The pitch pipe sounded out a perfect F? (F sharp).
: Transposition frequently is harder to read because of all the sharps and flats on the staff.
: The piece was difficult to read after it had been transposed, since in the new key many notes were sharps.
: Beethovens "Moonlight Sonata" is written in C? minor (C sharp minor.)
: Place sharps in the specially marked red container for safe disposal.
*: If butchers had but the manners to go to sharps, gentlemen would be contented with a rubber at cuffs.
: The casino kept in the break room a set of pictures of known sharps for the bouncers to see.
: rfquotek|Charles Kingsley
*: The Circle was one of the few dances the older sharps frequented; mostly they were to be found in pubs, pool-halls or at the track.
: That new musician must be tone deaf: he sharped half the notes of the song!