vanlig englanniksi   general sv, friendly sv, ordinary sv, nice sv, affable sv, habitual sv, usual sv, sweet sv, plain sv, common sv, trivial sv


*: It is generall / To be mortall: / I haue well espyde / No man may hym hyde / From Deth holow eyed [...].

*: "Among us!" was the general shout, and Peppersorn sat frozen to his chair.

*: Undoubtedly the age of the Antonines was much better than any later age until the Renaissance, from the point of view of the general happiness.

*: One advantage of having profitable companies in Britain is that they pay large sums in corporate tax into the Exchequer, which in theory at least is used for the general good.

*: For these successes he obtained the rank of Field-Marshal General.

*: He becomes the chief chartered libertine, the whoremaster-general flourishing his "standard" over a female army [...].

*: ‘I cant quite afford you the sympathy you expect upon this score,’ I replied; ‘the misfortune is so general, that it belongs to one half of the species [...].’

*: The general opinion on Baz Luhrmanns overstuffed epic Australia seems to be that it throws in everything but the kitchen sink, and then tosses that in too, just to be sure.

*: M. Venizelos went to Athens from Paris early last January in response to a general invitation from the Greek populace.

*: Supraventricular tachycardia (SVT) is a general term indicating a rapid heartbeat (tachycardia) coming from the top chambers of the heart - in essence, above (supra) the lower chamber (ventricular).

*: As she thus spoke, the entrance of the servants with dinner cut off all conversation but that of a general nature.

*: The quick answer is that the 1893 Exposition was simply so important -- "the greatest event in the history of the country since the Civil War," as Harpers put it that October -- but that feels too general.

*: Given the scarcity of relevant historical detail in the New Testament, we are left with only a general outline about Joseph.

*: There was a moments pause. The Princess broke in with some casual remark and once more the conversation became general.

*: Already in the primary school work is conducted for the purpose of equipping the pupils with those elements of general knowledge which are closely related to the military preparation of future warriors.

*: His measured, springless walk was the walk of the skilled countryman as distinct from the desultory shamble of the general labourer [...].

: We have dealt with the generals; now let us turn to the particulars.

: Hannibal was one of the greatest [[generals]] of the ancient world.

*: She flung at us as we sat down, ‘My general is sister to your second housemaid.’

: Example: General John Doe.The rank corresponds to pay grade O-10. Abbreviations: GEN.

: Your cat seems very friendly.

*: They stayed together during three dances, went out on to the terrace, explored wherever they were permitted to explore, paid two visits to the buffet, and enjoyed themselves much in the same way as if they had been school-children surreptitiously breaking loose from an assembly of grown-ups. The boy became volubly friendly and bubbling over with unexpected humour and high spirits.

: He gave a friendly smile.

: a friendly competition

: a friendly power or state

*: in friendly relations with his moderate opponents

: a friendly breeze or gale

*: On the first friendly bank he throws him down.

: The soldier was killed by friendly fire.

: friendly numbers;  friendly pairs;  friendly n-tuples

: The cobbled streets arent very bike-friendly.

: Organic farms only use soil-friendly fertilisers.

: Our sandwiches are made with dolphin-friendly tuna.

*: And we cannot doubt, our Brothers in Physick [...] will friendly accept, if not countenance our endeavours.

: Even as friendlies, derbies often arouse strong emotions

*: These were speedily routed by the friendlies, who attacked the small force before them in fine style.

*: You see, the mission of almost every teenage girl on the loose is to first identify the targets, just like a war. These include the primary objective (the boy), the enemy (other girls), the friendlies (sympathetic girl friends and the boys family), and unfriendlies (other boys).

: ux|en|On an ordinary day I wake up at nine oclock, work for six hours, and then go to the gym.

*: Method is not le?s requi?ite in ordinary conver?ation than in writing, provided a man would talk to make him?elf under?tood.

: ux|en|I live a very ordinary life most of the time, but every year I spend a week in Antarctica.

: ux|en|He looked so ordinary, I never thought hed be capable of murder.

*: An ordinary lad would have acquired little or no useful knowledge in such a way: but much that was dull to ordinary lads was interesting to Samuel.

*: It is never possible to settle down to the ordinary routine of life at sea until the screw begins to revolve. There is an hour or two, after the passengers have embarked, which is disquieting and fussy.

*: It was, in some ways a sad, almost pathetic sight to see this great American boat which had fought so hard throughout the cup summer, now looking very ordinary indeed.

*: For myself, I loved adventure and travelling. I?d already done quite a bit of travelling in Europe and — couldn?t get enough of it and whilst my marriage, at that stage, was very happy, he was very entrenched as a Londoner, Cockney, absolutely Cockney Londoner, and I could see that our future was pretty ordinary and so my hidden agenda I suppose was to drag him out to Australia and hope that both our lifestyles would improve and there would be new opportunities.

*: Everyone started making suggestions as to what to do but they were all pretty ordinary ideas such as lighting a fire and hope someone would see the smoke and come to rescue us and so on.

*: Since the general public gained access to the Internet in 1993-4, firstly by narrowband dial-up access and since 1998 by very ordinary, so-called broadband speeds (generally less than 1 Mbps), a social and cultural revolution has been underway.

*: We are most part too inquisitive and apt to hearken after news, which Cæsar, in his Commentaries, observes of the old Gauls, they would be inquiring of every carrier and passenger what they had heard or seen, what news abroad? at an ordinary with us, bakehouse, or barbers shop.

*: Thus furnished, they come up to town, reckon all their errors for accomplishments, borrow the newest set of phrases ; and if they take a pen into their hands, all the odd words they have picked up in a coffeehouse, or a gaming ordinary, are produced as flowers of style.

*: He enjoyed a perpetual port duty of fourteen pence a ton, on vessels not owned in the province, yielding not far from five thousand dollars a year; and he exacted a tribute for licenses to hawkers and peddlers and to ordinaries.

*: it hath been usual with the honest and well-meaning host to provide a bill of fare which all persons may peruse at their first entrance into the house; and having thence acquainted themselves with the entertainment which they may expect, may either stay and regale with what is provided for them, or may depart to some other ordinary better accommodated to their taste.

*: I ?ee no more in you than in the ordinary / Of natures ?alework.

*: Spain had no other wars save those which were grown into an ordinary; now they have coupled therewith the extraordinary of the Valtoline and Palatinate.

*: water buckets, wagons, cart wheels, plough socks, and other ordinaries

*: There is nothing he seemed to be more carefull of than of his honesty, and observe a kinde of decencie of his person, and orderly decorum in his habits, were it on foot or on horsebacke. He was exceeding nice in performing his word or promise.

*: But if I dispense with the dreams of neurotics, my main material, I cannot be too nice transterm|wählerisch|lang=de in my dealings with the remainder.

*: Good company requires only birth, education and manners, and with regard to education is not very nice. Birth and good manners are essential.

*: "Its her own funeral, you know," said Sir Lulworth; "its a nice point in etiquette how far one ought to show respect to ones own mortal remains."

*: It would be a nice theological point to try and establish whether Ophis os Moslem or gnostic.

*: Why it should have attained such longevity is a nice question.

*: To set so rich a maine / On the nice hazard of one doubtfull houre? It were not good.

*: It has been a damned nice thing - the nearest run thing you ever saw in your life.

: ux|en|What is a nice person like you doing in a place like this?

*: When the party was nice, the party was jumpin (Hey, Yippie, Yi, Yo)

*: "Whats difficult is when you think someone is saying something nice about you, but youre not quite sure."

: ux|en|The soup is nice and hot.

: Children, play nice.

: He dresses real nice.

: Nice! I couldnt have done better.

: Is that your new car? Nice!

*: Furthermore, I may say, that the Sultan was always most affable to me in my interviews with him, even when I had to discuss some missionary questions. In fact, I never saw any traces of the difficulties which Mr. Terrell reported.

*: During more affable weather, the four friends congregate outside, sometimes leaning their hickory chairs against a "catapa" tree...

: Hes a habitual [[chain-smoke|chainsmoker]].

: Her habitual lying was the reason for my mistrust.

: Professor Franklein took his habitual seat at the conference table.

: The preference of a boy to a girl is a usual occurrence in some parts of China.

: It is becoming more usual these days to rear children as bilingual.

: a sweet apple

: Sweet wines are better dessert wines.

: sweet butter

*: Nothing has been found so effectual for preserving water sweet at sea, during long voyages, as charring the insides of the casks well before they are filled.

: a sweet scent

*: The breath of these flowers is sweet to me.

: sweet milk

: a sweet tune

*: a voice sweet, tremulous, but powerful

: a sweet child

: It was sweet of him to help out.

: sweet soil

: sweet crude oil

: The new Lexus was a sweet birthday gift.

: The attraction was mutual and instant; they were sweet on one another from first sight.

: sweet water

: rfquotek|Francis Bacon

: a sweet face; a sweet colour or complexion

*: Sweet interchange / Of hill and valley, rivers, woods, and plains.

: rfquotek|Shakespeare

: Can we see the sweet menu, please?

*: Wherefore frowns my sweet?

*: a wilderness of sweets

: the sweets of domestic life

*: The crooked shall be made straight, and the rough places plain.

: ux|en|He was dressed simply in plain black clothes.

: ux|en|a plain tune

: ux|en|a plain pink polycotton skirt

: ux|en|Theyre just plain people like you or me.

*: plain yet pious Christians

*: the plain people

: ux|en|Would you like a poppy bagel or a plain bagel?

*: In fact, by excommunication or persuasion, by impetuosity of driving or adroitness in leading, [[:w:Samson of Tottington|this Abbot]], it is now becoming plain everywhere, is a man that generally remains master at last.

: ux|en|His answer was just plain nonsense.

: ux|en|Let me be plain with you: I dont like her.

*: an honest mind, and plain

*: Our troops beat an army in plain fight.

: ux|en|Throughout high school she worried that she had a rather plain face.

: It was just plain stupid.

: I plain forgot.

*: The warrior-threat, the infants plain,

*: The mothers screams, were heard in vain;

*: Persones and parisch prestes · pleyned hem to þe bischop / Þat here parisshes were pore · sith þe pestilence tyme […].

: to plain a loss

: rfquotek|Sir J. Harrington

*: Thy mother could thee for thy cradle set / Her husbands rusty iron corselet; / Whose jargling sound might rock her babe to rest, / That never plaind of his uneasy nest.

*: Then came I crying, and to-day,

*: With heavier cause to plain,

*: Depart I into death away,

*: Not to be born again.

*: Him the Ammonite / Worshipped in Rabba and her watery plain.

*: For Plato the life of the philosopher is a life of struggle towards the goal of knowledge, towards “searching the heavens and measuring the plains, in all places seeking the nature of everything as a whole”

: rfquotek|Arbuthnot

*: Lead forth my soldiers to the plain.

*: We would rake Europe rather, plain the East.

*: Whats dumb in show, Ill plain in speech.

: ux|en|The two competitors have the common aim of winning the championship.   Winning the championship is an aim common to the two competitors.

: ux|en|It is common to find sharks off this coast.

: ux|en|Sharks are common in these waters.

*: the honest, heart-felt enjoyment of common life

*: This fact was infamous / And ill beseeming any common man, / Much more a knight, a captain and a leader.

*: above the vulgar flight of common souls

*: She was frankly disappointed. For some reason she had thought to discover a burglar of one or another accepted type—either a dashing cracksman in full-blown evening dress, lithe, polished, pantherish, or a common yegg, a red-eyed, unshaven burly brute in the rags and tatters of a tramp.

*: What God hath cleansed, that call not thou common.

*: a dame who herself was common

*: the weal o the common

*: Then entred Satan into Judas, whose syr name was iscariot (which was of the nombre off the twelve) and he went his waye, and commened with the hye prestes and officers, how he wolde betraye hym vnto them.

*: So long as Guyon with her commoned, / Vnto the ground she cast her modest eye [...].

*: Embassadors were sent upon both parts, and divers means of entreaty were commoned of.

: rfquotek|Sir Thomas More

: rfquotek|Johnson

*: "All which details, I have no doubt, Jones, who reads this book at his Club, will pronounce to be excessively foolish, trivial, twaddling, and ultra-sentimental."

*: As a scholar, meantime, he was trivial, and incapable of labour.

: rfquotek|Skelton

: rfquotek|Wood

suositut haut
syöttää Allah emälaiva huojua nautakarja liuku