Translation: from english to lithuanian

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activation record

  • 1 long-playing record

    ( usually abbreviated to LP) (a record which plays for a long time.) ilgai grojanti plokštelė

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  • 2 off the record

    ((of information, statements etc) not intended to be repeated or made public: The Prime Minister admitted off the record that the country was going through a serious crisis.) neoficialiai

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  • 3 on record

    (recorded: This is the coldest winter on record.) užregistruotas

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  • 4 record

    1. ['reko:d, -kəd, ]( American[) -kərd] noun
    1) (a written report of facts, events etc: historical records; I wish to keep a record of everything that is said at this meeting.) dokumentas, užrašai, protokolas
    2) (a round flat piece of (usually black) plastic on which music etc is recorded: a record of Beethoven's Sixth Symphony.) plokštelė
    3) ((in races, games, or almost any activity) the best performance so far; something which has never yet been beaten: He holds the record for the 1,000 metres; The record for the high jump was broken/beaten this afternoon; He claimed to have eaten fifty sausages in a minute and asked if this was a record; ( also adjective) a record score.) rekordas
    4) (the collected facts from the past of a person, institution etc: This school has a very poor record of success in exams; He has a criminal record.) duomenys, praeities faktai
    2. [rə'ko:d] verb
    1) (to write a description of (an event, facts etc) so that they can be read in the future: The decisions will be recorded in the minutes of the meeting.) įrašyti, (už)protokoluoti
    2) (to put (the sound of music, speech etc) on a record or tape so that it can be listened to in the future: I've recorded the whole concert; Don't make any noise when I'm recording.) įrašyti, įrašinėti
    3) ((of a dial, instrument etc) to show (a figure etc) as a reading: The thermometer recorded 30°C yesterday.) rodyti
    4) (to give or show, especially in writing: to record one's vote in an election.) užregistruoti
    - recording
    - record-player
    - in record time
    - off the record
    - on record

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  • 5 in record time

    (very quickly.) labai greitai

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  • 6 record-player

    noun (an electrical instrument which reproduces the sounds recorded on records.) grotuvas, patefonas

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  • 7 tape-record

    verb įrašyti į juostą

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  • 8 account

    1) (an arrangement by which a person keeps his money in a bank: I have (opened) an account with the local bank.) sąskaita
    2) (a statement of money owing: Send me an account.) sąskaitos
    3) (a description or explanation (of something that has happened): a full account of his holiday.) sąskaita
    4) (an arrangement by which a person makes a regular (eg monthly) payment instead of paying at the time of buying: I have an account at Smiths.) sąskaita
    5) ((usually in plural) a record of money received and spent: You must keep your accounts in order; ( also adjective) an account book.) pasakojimas, ataskaita
    - accountant
    - account for
    - on account of
    - on my/his etc account
    - on my/his account
    - on no account
    - take something into account
    - take into account
    - take account of something
    - take account of

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  • 9 album

    1) (a book with blank pages for holding photographs, stamps etc.) albumas
    2) (a long-playing gramophone record: I haven't got the group's latest album.) plokštelė

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  • 10 amplify

    1) (to make larger, especially by adding details to.) išplėsti
    2) (to make (the sound from a radio, record-player etc) louder by using an amplifier.) (su)stiprinti
    - amplifier

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  • 11 book

    [buk] 1. noun
    1) (a number of sheets of paper (especially printed) bound together: an exercise book.) sąsiuvinis
    2) (a piece of writing, bound and covered: I've written a book on Shakespeare.) knyga
    3) (a record of bets.) lažybų dokumentas
    2. verb
    1) (to buy or reserve (a ticket, seat etc) for a play etc: I've booked four seats for Friday's concert.) pirkti/užsakyti bilietą
    2) (to hire in advance: We've booked the hall for Saturday.) už(si)sakyti/išsinuomoti iš anksto
    - booking
    - booklet
    - bookbinding
    - bookbinder
    - bookcase
    - booking-office
    - bookmaker
    - bookmark
    - bookseller
    - bookshelf
    - bookshop
    - bookworm
    - booked up
    - book in
    - by the book

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  • 12 break

    [breik] 1. past tense - broke; verb
    1) (to divide into two or more parts (by force).) laužyti, daužyti
    2) ((usually with off/away) to separate (a part) from the whole (by force).) nudaužti, nulaužti
    3) (to make or become unusable.) sugadinti, sugesti
    4) (to go against, or not act according to (the law etc): He broke his appointment at the last minute.) (su)laužyti, nusižengti
    5) (to do better than (a sporting etc record).) įveikti, viršyti, pagerinti
    6) (to interrupt: She broke her journey in London.) pertraukti
    7) (to put an end to: He broke the silence.) nutraukti, pabaigti
    8) (to make or become known: They gently broke the news of his death to his wife.) pranešti
    9) ((of a boy's voice) to fall in pitch.) užlūžti, mutuoti
    10) (to soften the effect of (a fall, the force of the wind etc).) sušvelninti
    11) (to begin: The storm broke before they reached shelter.) prasidėti
    2. noun
    1) (a pause: a break in the conversation.) pertrauka
    2) (a change: a break in the weather.) pasikeitimas
    3) (an opening.) spraga, plyšys
    4) (a chance or piece of (good or bad) luck: This is your big break.) proga, galimybė
    3. noun
    ((usually in plural) something likely to break.) dūžtantys daiktai
    - breaker
    - breakdown
    - break-in
    - breakneck
    - breakout
    - breakthrough
    - breakwater
    - break away
    - break down
    - break into
    - break in
    - break loose
    - break off
    - break out
    - break out in
    - break the ice
    - break up
    - make a break for it

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  • 13 cartridge

    1) (a case containing the explosive charge (and usually a bullet) for a gun.) šovinys
    2) (a stylus of a record-player and its holder.) patefono galvutė
    3) (a plastic container of photographic film or recording tape.) kasetė
    4) (a tube containing ink for loading a fountain pen.) šerdelė

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  • 14 chronicle

    ['kronikl] 1. noun
    (a record of (especially historical) events in order of time.) kronika
    2. verb
    (to make such a record.) rašyti kroniką

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  • 15 clock in

    (to register or record time of arriving at or leaving work.) registruoti atvykimo/išvykimo laiką

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  • 16 copyright

    noun ((usually abbreviated to ©) the sole right to reproduce a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work, and also to perform, translate, film, or record such a work.) autoriaus teisė

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  • 17 debit

    ['debit] 1. noun
    (an entry on the side of an account which records what is owed: His debits outnumbered his credits.) debetas
    2. verb
    (to enter or record on this side of an account.) įrašyti į debetą

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  • 18 diamond

    1) (a very hard, colourless precious stone: Her brooch had three diamonds in it; ( also adjective) a diamond ring.) deimantas
    2) (a piece of diamond (often artificial) used as a tip on eg a record-player stylus.) deimantinė galvutė
    3) (a kind of four-sided figure or shape; ♦: There was a pattern of red and yellow diamonds on the floor.) rombas
    4) (one of the playing-cards of the suit diamonds, which have red symbols of this shape on them.) būgnas

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  • 19 diary

    plural - diaries; noun
    (a (small book containing a) record of daily happenings: The explorer kept a diary of his adventures.) dienoraštis

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  • 20 disc

    1) (a flat, thin, circular object: From the earth, the full moon looks like a silver disc.) diskas, skritulys
    2) (a gramophone/phonograph record or compact disc.) (kompaktinė) plokštelė
    3) (in computing, a disc-shaped file.) diskas

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