sopia englanniksi   stipulate fi, agree fi, fix fi, fit fi, go fi, sit fi, strike fi, make up fi, tuck fi, comport fi, compromise fi, tryst fi, suit fi


: all parties agree in the expediency of the law.

*: If music and sweet poetry agree.

*: Their witness agreed not together.

*: The more you agree together, the less hurt can your enemies do you.

: to agree to an offer, or to opinion.

*: Bishops agree sex abuse rules

*: Agree with thine adversary quickly.

*: Didst not thou agree with me for a penny ?

: the picture does not agree with the original; the two scales agree exactly.

: the same food does not agree with every constitution.

: ux|en|That plumbers fix is much better than the first ones.

: ux|en|It rained before we repaired the roof, and were we in a fix!

*: "Just one fix!"

: ux|en|We have a fix on your position.

: He fixed me with a sickly grin, and said, "I told you it wouldnt work!"

: A dab of chewing gum will [[fix]] your note to the bulletin board.

: A leech can [[fix]] itself to your skin without you feeling it.

: The Constitution [[fix]]es the date when Congress must meet.

: Shes fixed on the idea of becoming a doctor.

: That heater will start a fire if you dont fix it.

: She fixed dinner for the kids.

: A majority of voters believed the election was fixed in favor of the incumbent.

: Rover stopped digging under the fence after we had the vet fix him.

: He got caught breaking into lockers, so a couple of guys fixed him after work.

: Legumes are valued in crop rotation for their ability to fix nitrogen.

: rfquotek|Abney

*: Your kindness banishes your fear, / Resolved to fix forever here.

: rfquotek|Francis Bacon

: You have nothing to say about it. Ill do exactly as I see fit.

*: Is it fit to say a king, Thou art wicked?

: survival of the fittest

*: That which ordinary men are fit for, I am qualified in.

: You dont have to be a good climber for Kilimanjaro, but you do have to be fit.

: I think the girl working in the office is fit.

*: So fit to shoot, she singled forth among her foes who first her quarrys strength should feel.

: It fits the purpose.

*: The speaker should be certain that his subject fits the occasion.

: The small shirt doesnt fit me, so Ill buy the medium size.

: If I lose a few kilos, the gorgeous wedding dress might fit me.

: I wanted to borrow my little sisters jeans, but they didnt fit.

: I want to fit the drapes to the windows.

: I had a suit fitted by the tailor.

: These definitions fit most of the usage.

: The regression program fit a line to the data.

: The chandler will fit us with provisions for a month.

: Im fitting the ship for a summer sail home.

*: Nor fits it to prolong the feast.

: The paint, the fabrics, the rugs all fit.

: This shirt is a bad fit.

: Since he put on weight, his jeans have been a tight fit.

: Its hard to get a good fit using second-hand parts.

: The Wonder Bread advertising research results showed the “White Picket Fence” commercial had strong fit ratings.

*: Dr. Percy has written a long ballad in many fits.

*: to play some pleasant fit

: My grandfather died after having a fit.

: He had a laughing fit which lasted more than ten minutes.

: She had a fit and had thrown all of his clothes out of the window.

: He threw a fit when his car broke down.

*: ‘As for that,’ seyde Sir Trystram, ‘I may chose othir to ryde othir to go.’

*: Master Piercie our new President, was so sicke hee could neither goe nor stand.

*: ... there was a general sense of panic going through the house; ...

*: Telegrams to London went by wire to Halifax, Nova Scotia, thence by steam mail packet to Liverpool, ...

: ux|en|Why don’t you go with us?   This train goes through Cincinnati on its way to Chicago.   Chris, where are you going?   Theres no public transit where Im going.   Wow, look at him go!

*: You have to go all the way back to Herbert Hoover to see a performance in the Standard & Poors 500 equal to what we are experiencing right now.

*: "I dont know how to tell you this, Aubrey, but you cant go back to 1938 ... the program wont accept any date that I input before 1941." ... "Well, Ill go to 1941, then."

: Yesterday was the second-wettest day on record; you have to go all the way back to 1896 to find a day when more rain fell.

: Fans want to see the Twelfth Doctor go to the 51st century to visit River in the library.

*: To access Office-related TechNet resources, go to www&

*: Go to your earliest memory and to your favorite one, then to one thats difficult to consider.

*: Go to drive C: through My Computer (or Computer in Windows 7 and Vista) and double-click the c:\data folder.

*: The car went a short distance, then halted. There was something wrong with the carburetor.

: ux|en|Weve only gone twenty miles today.   This car can go circles around that one.

: ux|en|We went swimming.   Lets go shopping.

: ux|en|Please dont go!   I really must be going.   Workmen were coming and going at all hours of the night.

: ux|en|The engine just wont go anymore.

*: Although the lemon is now black and shrivelled the motor is still going strong. If I can make my small motor run for month after month on a single lemon, just imagine how much "juice" there must be in a whole sackful, Mr Ashill said.

*: ... though his publisher swears black and blue that Kelder is still going strong and still remains an intensely private person.

: ux|en|Get ready, get set, go!   [[on your marks, get set, go|On your marks, get set, go]]!   [[on your marks|On your marks]], set, go!

: ux|en|Here goes nothing.   Lets go and hunt.

*: Be listening for my voice. Go when you hear my voice say go.

: ux|en|It’s your turn; go.

: ux|en|I go to school at the schoolhouse.   She went to Yale.   They only go to church on Christmas.

: ux|en|That went well.   "How are things going?" "Not bad, thanks."

*: How goes the night, boy?

*: I think, as the world goes, he was a good sort of man enough.

*: Whether the cause goes for me or against me, you must pay me the reward.

*: I certainly wont mention it to Ben, and will go carefully if he mentions it to me.

: ux|en|Whyd you have to go and do that?

*: And even if she had believed the story about a John Smith, she might go telling everyone in town about what shed seen.

: ux|en|Lets go this way for a while.

: She was going that way anyway, so she offered to show him where it was.

*: A shady promenade went the length of the street and the entrance to the hotel was a few steps back in the darkness, away from the glaring sunshine.

: ux|en|This property goes all the way to the state line.

*: I think those figures start from 1932 and go to 1941, inclusive, ...

*: Even though they can give a basic fact such as 4 4, I dont know that this knowledge goes very deep for them.

: ux|en|Does this road go to Fort Smith?

*: “Where does this door go?” Bev asked as she pointed to a door painted a darker green than the powder green color of the carpet. Janet answered. “That door goes to the back yard.”

: ux|en|Youll go blind.   I went crazy / went mad.   After failing as a criminal, he decided to go straight.

*: Referring to the American radicals who went Hollywood in the 1930s, Abraham Polonsky argues that "you cant possibly explain the Hollywood communists away ..."

*: There is scarcely a business man who is not occasionally asked to go bail for somebody.

*: Most welfare workers are not allowed to go surety for clients.

: ux|en|I dont want my children to go hungry.   We went barefoot in the summer.

: they went into debt, she goes to sleep around 10 oclock, the local shop wants to go digital, and eventually go global

: ux|en|   The traffic light went straight from green to red.

: How did your meeting with Smith go?

*: When Wharton had to relinquish his seat in Buckinghamshire on his elevation to the peerage in 1696, he was unable to replace himself with a suitable man, and the by-election went in favour of a local Tory, Lord Cheyne.

: ux|en|Well, that goes to show you.   These experiences go to make us stronger.

: qualities that go to make a lady / lip-reader / sharpshooter

*: What can we know of any substance or existence, but as made up of all the qualities that go to its composition: extension, solidity, form, colour; take these away, and you know nothing.

*: The avoirdupois pound is one of 7,000 grains, and 16 ounces go to the pound.

: ux|en|The time went slowly.

*: But the days went and went, and she never came; and then I thought I would come here where you were.

*: The rest of the morning went quickly and before Su knew it Jean was knocking on the door ...

: ux|en|After three days, my headache finally went.

: ux|en|His money went on drink.

*: All I have is a sleeping bag right now. All my money goes to keep up the cars.

*: By Saint George, hes gone! / That spear wound hath our master sped.

: ux|en|This chair has got to go.

*: Sober-eyed commentators safe in their television studios interviewed engineers about the chances that the rest of the dam could go.

*: Jackson shook his head. "The contractor said those panes could go at any moment." "Right. Just like the wiring could go at any moment, and the roof could go at any moment."

: ux|en|This meat is starting to go off.   My mind is going.   Shes 83; her eyesight is starting to go.

: ux|en|Everything must go.   The car went for five thousand dollars.

: ux|en|The property shall go to my wife.   The award went to Steven Spielberg.

*: If my money goes to education, I want a report card.

*: Against the Big Green, Princeton went the entire first and third quarters without gaining a first down, ...

*: Surely one cannot go for long in this world to-day without at least a thought for St Simon Stylites?

: ux|en|How long can you go without water?   Weve gone without your help for a while now.   Ive gone ten days now without a cigarette.   Can you two go twenty minutes without arguing?!

: ux|en|Theyve gone one for three in this series.   The team is going five in a row.

: ux|en|Whatever the boss says goes, do you understand?

: ux|en|Anything goes around here.

*: The man went among men for an old man in the days of Saul.

*: [The money] should go according to its true value.

*: [To job interviews, wear] muted colors. No pink or paisley (that goes for you too, guys!) ...

: ux|en|I go, "As if!" And she was all like, "Whatever!"

: ux|en|As soon as I did it, I went "that was stupid."

: ux|en|Cats go "meow". Motorcycles go "vroom".

: ux|en|I woke up just before the clock went.

: ux|en|The tune goes like this.   As the story goes, he got the idea for the song while sitting in traffic.

: ux|en|Ill go to court if I have to.

: Im going to join a sports team.   I wish youd go and get a job.   He went to pick it up, but it rolled out of reach.

: Hes going to leave town tomorrow.

*: Seeing himself confronted by so many, like a resolute orator, he went not to denial, but to justify his cruel falsehood.

*: Now I didnt go to make that mistake about the record-breaking drought of more than fifty years ago, but, boy, am I glad I made it. Otherwise, I wouldnt have heard from Joe Almand.

: ux|en|You didnt have to go to such trouble.   I never thought hed go so far as to call you.   She went to great expense to help them win.

: ux|en|Ive gone over this a hundred times.   Lets not go into that right now.

: ux|en|Do you think the sofa will go through the door?   The belt just barely went around his waist.

: ux|en|This shade of red doesnt go with the drapes.   White wine goes better with fish than red wine.

: ux|en|My shirts go on this side of the wardrobe.   This piece of the jigsaw goes on the other side.

: ux|en|How long having they been going together?   Hes been going with her for two weeks.

: ux|en|I went at him with a knife.

*: Then I?m sure I heard him mutter ‘Why don?t you get fucked,’ under his breath.

*: It was at that moment that I became a true professional. Instead of going him, I announced the next song.

*: Tom stepped back, considered the hill, and taking off down it. She was going to go him for blowing that flamin? whistle in her ear all day.

: As sentences go, this one is pretty boring.

*: They are fairly rough and ready as models go, not often driven to the rigor of an authentic scientific law, and never worried about coming out with some revolutionary mathematical language — but models nonetheless, ...

*: They were to go equal shares in the booty.

: ux|en|Lets go halves on this.

: ux|en|Those babies go five tons apiece.

: ux|en|Thats as high as I can go.   We could go two fifty.

: ux|en|Ill go a ten-spot.   Ill go you a shilling.

: ux|en|I could go a beer right about now.

: ux|en|I really need to go.   Have you managed to go today, Mrs. Miggins?

*: Clarence was just as surprised to see Richard, and he went—right there in the doorway. I had slept through all this mayhem on the other side of the apartment. By the time I got up, these were all semi-comical memories and the urine had been cleaned up.

*: The Apostles were to be the first of a line. They would multiply successors, and the successors would die and their successors after them, but the line would never fail; and the come and go of men would not matter, since it is the one Christ operating through all of them.

*: They talk easily together and they hear the come and go of the breeze in the soon to be turning burnt leaves of the high trees.

: You’ve been on that pinball machine long enough—now let your brother have a go.

: It’s your go.

: I’ll give it a go.

*: You have to stay and we will have a go at winning the championship next season."

: We will begin as soon as the boss says its a go.

*: "Well," said Fleming, "is it a go?"

*: And as soon as we gave them the go to continue, we lost communication.

*: Let this suffice, that that same happy night, / So gracious were the goes of marriage ...

*: “Well, this is a pretty go, is this here! An uncommon pretty go!....

: quite the go

: a high go

*: When the cloth was removed, Mr. Thomas Potter ordered the waiter to bring in two goes of his best Scotch whiskey, with warm water and sugar, and a couple of his "very mildest" Havannas,

*: “Then, if you value it so highly,” I said, “you can hardly object to stand half a go of brandy for its recovery.”

: There is no go in him.

: ate it all in one go

*: This could mean that the artist traced the illustration in two goes, as it were, or that the Utrecht Psalter slipped while he was tracing, but I do not think that the relative proportions are consistent enough to demonstrate this.

: After a long day of walking, it was good just to sit and relax.

: I asked him to sit.

: The temple has sat atop that hill for centuries.

*: And Moses said to ... the children of Reuben, Shall your brothren go to war, and shall ye sit here?

*: Like a demigod here sit I in the sky.

: I currently sit on a standards committee.

: In what city is the circuit court sitting for this session.

*: The calamity sits heavy on us.

: Your new coat sits well.

*: This new and gorgeous garment, majesty, / Sits not so easy on me as you think.

: How will this new contract sit with the workers?

: I don’t think it will sit well.

: The violence in these video games sits awkwardly with their stated aim of educating children.

: Sit him in front of the TV and he might watch for hours.

: The dining room table sits eight comfortably.

*: I sat me weary on a pillars base, / And leaned against the shaft

: Im going to sit for them on Thursday.

: I need to find someone to sit my kids on Friday evening for four hours.

*: The partridge sitteth on eggs, and hatcheth them not.

: Im sitting for a painter this evening.

*: like a good miller that knows how to grind, which way soever the wind sits

*: Sits the wind in that quarter?

: ux|en|Please strike the last sentence.

: ux|en|Strike the door sharply with your foot and see if it comes loose.  nowrap|A bullet struck him.nowrap|The ship struck a reef.

*: He at Philippi kept / His sword een like a dancer; while I struck / The lean and wrinkled Cassius.

*: They shall take of the blood, and strike it on the two sideposts.

*: Who would be free, themselves must strike the blow.

: ux|en|A hammer strikes against the bell of a clock.

*: Strike now, or else the iron cools.

: ux|en|We will strike a medal in your honour.

: ux|en|The ship struck in the night.

: ux|en|The clock struck twelve.  The drums strike up a march.

*: A deep sound strikes like a rising knell.

: ux|en|to strike a light

*: Waving wide her myrtle wand, / She strikes a universal peace through sea and land.

: ux|en|to strike a match

: ux|en|A tree strikes its roots deep.

*: To punish the just is not good, nor strike princes for equity.

*: The Bat—they called him the Bat. Like a bat he chose the night hours for his work of rapine; like a bat he struck and vanished, pouncingly, noiselessly; like a bat he never showed himself to the face of the day.

: ux|en|The bank robber struck on the 2nd and 5th of May.

: ux|en|The first thing to strike my eye was a beautiful pagoda.  nowrap|Tragedy struck when his brother was killed in a bush fire.

: ux|en|The workers struck for a week before the new contract went through.

: ux|en|Golf has always struck me as a waste of time.

*: I fancied at first the stuff was paraffin wax, and smashed the jar accordingly. But the odor of camphor was unmistakable. It struck me as singularly odd, that among the universal decay, this volatile substance had chanced to survive, perhaps through many thousand years.

: ux|en|The news struck a sombre chord.

: rfquotek|Nares

: ux|en|to strike money

: ux|en|to strike the mind with surprise;  nowrap|to strike somebody with wonder, alarm, dread, or horror

*: Nice works of art strike and surprise us most on the first view.

*: They please as beauties, here as wonders strike.

: ux|en|The proposed plan strikes me favourably.  nowrap|May the Lord strike down those sinners!nowrap|I was struck dumb with astonishment.

: ux|en|He struck a friend for five dollars.

*: Hinder light but from striking on it [porphyry], and its colours vanish.

: ux|en|The frigate has struck, sir! Weve beaten them, the lily-livers!

*: The English ships of war should not strike in the Danish seas.

*: “Strike the tent there!”—was the next order. As I hinted before, this whalebone marquee was never pitched except in port; and on board the Pequod, for thirty years, the order to strike the tent was well known to be the next thing to heaving up the anchor.

: ux|en|They struck off along the river.

*: till a dart strike through his liver

*: Now and then a glittering beam of wit or passion strikes through the obscurity of the poem.

: ux|en|to strike into reputation;  to strike into a run

: ux|en|to strike a bargain

: ux|en|My eye struck a strange word in the text.  nowrap|They soon struck the trail.

: rfquotek|B. Edwards

*: Behold, I thought, He will...strike his hand over the place, and recover the leper.

*: well struck in years

:* The batsmen have crossed, and Dhoni now has the strike.

*: Three hogsheads of ale of the first strike.

: ux|en|He can make up the time next week.

: ux|en|I plan to make up for my failed midterm.

: ux|en|Cuba took limited free market-oriented measures to alleviate severe shortages of food, consumer goods, and services to make up for the ending of Soviet subsidies.

: ux|en|He was a great storyteller and could make up a story on the spot.

: ux|en|I can make up a batch of stew in a few minutes, but it will take a few hours to cook.

: ux|en|Lets leave as soon I make up my face.

: ux|en|They fight a lot, but they always manage to make up.

: ux|en|Tuck in your shirt.  I tucked in the sheet.  He tucked the $10 bill into his shirt pocket.

*: It was flood-tide along Fifth Avenue; motor, brougham, and victoria swept by on the glittering current; pretty women glanced out from limousine and tonneau; young men of his own type, silk-hatted, frock-coated, the crooks of their walking sticks tucked up under their left arms, passed on the Park side.

: ux|en|The sofa tucks nicely into that corner.  Kenwood House is tucked into a corner of Hampstead Heath.

: ux|en|The diver tucked, flipped, and opened up at the last moment.

: ux|en|to tuck a dress

: ux|en|Honey, have you tucked today? We don’t wanna see anything nasty down there.

*: [...] with force he labourd / To frees blade from retentive scabbard; / And after many a painful pluck, / From rusty durance he baild tuck [...]

*: [...] dismount thy tuck, be yare in thy preparation, for thy assailant is quick, skilful, and deadly. [...]

*: He wore large hose, and a tuck, as it was then called, or rapier, of tremendous length.

: to comport with an injury

*: The malecontented sort / That never can the present state comport.

: The new rules did not seem to comport with the spirit of the club.

*: How ill this dullness doth comport with greatness.

*: How their behaviour herein comported with the institution.

: She comported herself with grace.

*: Observe how Lord Somers ... comported himself.

: I knew them well, and marked their rude comport. — Dryden.----

*: But basely yielded upon compromise / That which his noble ancestors achieved with blows.

*: All government, indeed every human benefit and enjoyment, every virtue and every prudent act, is founded on compromise and barter.

*: An abhorrence of concession and compromise is a never failing characteristic of religious factions.

: a compromise of character or right

*: I was determined not to accept any fine speeches, to the compromise of that sex the belonging to which was, after all, my strongest claim and title to them.

*: Laban and himself were compromised / That all the eanlings which were streaked and pied / Should fall as Jacobs hire.

*: The controversy may easily be compromised.

*: To pardon all who had been compromised in the late disturbances.

: He tried to compromise the security in the computer by guessing the password.

*: The tenderest-hearted maid / That ever bided tryst at village stile.

*: But, for the most part, we shall mark our progress to the dawn of life by the measure of those 40 natural milestones, the trysts that enrich our pilgrimage.

*: If someone trusts you, what is lost if you betray that trust? As Scarlett is tempted to see it, sometimes nothing at all. If her husband remains ignorant of her tryst, then his trust in her will remain intact. ‘No one gets hurt’ runs her reasoning, so why not go ahead?

: ux|en|Nick hired a navy-blue suit for the wedding.

: ux|en|Be sure to keep your nose to the grindstone today; the suits are making a "surprise" visit to this department.

: ux|en|If you take my advice, youll file suit against him immediately.

: Rebate your loves, each rival suit suspend, Till this funereal web my labors end. —w|Alexander Pope.

: To deal and shuffle, to divide and sort Her mingled suits and sequences. — w|William Cowper.

: Every five and thirty years the same kind and suit of weather comes again. — w|Francis Bacon.

: Thenceforth the suit of earthly conquest shone. — w|Edmund Spenser.

*: Let your own discretion be your tutor: suit the action to the word, the word to the action.

: ux|en|The ripped jeans didnt suit her elegant image.

: ux|en|That new top suits you. Where did you buy it?

: ux|en|The nickname "Bullet" suits her, since she is a fast runner.

: Ill suits his cloth the praise of railing well.

*: Raise her notes to that sublime degree / Which suits song of piety and thee.

*: “[…] it is not fair of you to bring against mankind double weapons ! Dangerous enough you are as woman alone, without bringing to your aid those gifts of mind suited to problems which men have been accustomed to arrogate to themselves.”

*: So went he suited to his watery tomb.

: ux|en|My new job suits me, as I work fewer hours and dont have to commute so much.

*: The place itself was suiting to his care.

*: Give me not an office / That suits with me so ill.

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