słownik litewsko - angielski

lietuvių kalba - English

maišas po angielsku:

1. bag bag

My bag was stolen.
I have all these apples to carry, not to mention this bag of potatoes.
Tom bought a bag of apples and he ate a third of them in one day.
When I got back, my bag had disappeared without a trace.
Tom asked Mary where she wanted him to put the bag of dog food.
Please put the potato chips in the bowl. Don't eat them directly from the bag.
I poured the wine in a plastic bag and then dipped it in ice water.
My bag was here five minutes ago, but it is gone now.
We need to get there early to bag a seat in the front row.
The bag I left on the passenger seat is missing!
An interfering old bag didn't keep her mouth shut.
A good diplomat is a person who practices the technique of letting someone else let the cat out of the bag.
In the event that asbestos-covered mesh is found, ensure its safety by damping the asbestos portion to prevent dust release and wrapping in a plastic bag.
His bag was heavy, and what was worse, one of his heels had got blistered.
A talkative person is always letting the cat out of the bag and jeopardizing the interests of others.

Angielskie słowo "maišas" (bag) występuje w zestawach:

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2. sack sack

He got the sack for slacking off at work.
I will hit the sack.
Is this your sack or his?
They got the sack for being careless and tardy.
Everyone thinks his sack the heaviest.
I got the sack but I've a little saved up, so for the time being I won't be troubled by living expenses.
It is hard for an empty sack to stand straight.
The official got the sack for currying favor with the contractors.
In British English, "to get the sack" means to be fired from your job.
I'd rather get the sack than not join the labour union, said the disgruntled worker.

Angielskie słowo "maišas" (sack) występuje w zestawach:

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