Translation: from english to lithuanian

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  • 1 river

    (a large stream of water flowing across country: The Thames is a river; the river Thames; the Hudson River; ( also adjective) a river animal.) upė
    - riverside

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  • 2 river-bed

    noun (the ground over which a river runs.) upės vaga

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  • 3 sell down the river

    (to betray: The gang was sold down the river by one of its associates.) išduoti

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  • 4 across

    [ə'kros] 1. preposition
    1) (to the other side (of); from one side to the other side of: He took her across the road.) per
    2) (at the other side (of): The butcher's shop is across the street.) kitoje pusėje
    2. adverb
    (to the other side or to the speaker's side: He dived in off the river-bank and swam across.) į kitą pusę

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  • 5 along

    [ə'loŋ] 1. preposition
    1) (from one end to the other: He walked along several streets; The wall runs along the river.) išilgai
    2) (at a point at the end or on the length of: There's a post-box somewhere along this street.)
    2. adverb
    1) (onwards or forward: He ran along beside me; Come along, please!)
    2) (to the place mentioned: I'll come along in five minutes.)
    3) (in company, together: I took a friend along with me.) drauge

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  • 6 backwater

    1) (a stretch of river not in the main stream.) užutekis
    2) (a place not affected by what is happening in the world outside: That village is rather a backwater.) užkampis

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  • 7 bank

    I 1. [bæŋk] noun
    1) (a mound or ridge (of earth etc): The child climbed the bank to pick flowers.) šlaitas
    2) (the ground at the edge of a river, lake etc: The river overflowed its banks.) krantas
    3) (a raised area of sand under the sea: a sand-bank.) sekluma
    2. verb
    1) ((often with up) to form into a bank or banks: The earth was banked up against the wall of the house.) supilti
    2) (to tilt (an aircraft etc) while turning: The plane banked steeply.) pakrypti į viršų
    II 1. [bæŋk] noun
    1) (a place where money is lent or exchanged, or put for safety and/or to acquire interest: He has plenty of money in the bank; I must go to the bank today.) bankas
    2) (a place for storing other valuable material: A blood bank.) bankas
    2. verb
    (to put into a bank: He banks his wages every week.) įdėti į banką
    - bank book
    - banker's card
    - bank holiday
    - bank-note
    - bank on
    III [bæŋk] noun
    (a collection of rows (of instruments etc): The modern pilot has banks of instruments.) virtinė, rinkinys, komplektas

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  • 8 barrage

    1) (something that keeps back an enemy: a barrage of gunfire.) užtvara
    2) (an overwhelming number: a barrage of questions.) kruša
    3) (a man-made barrier across a river.) užtvanka

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  • 9 basin

    1) (a bowl for washing oneself in: a wash-hand basin.) dubuo
    2) (a wide, open dish for preparing food in: a pudding-basin.) dubenėlis
    3) (the area drained by a river: the basin of the Nile.) baseinas
    4) (the deep part of a harbour: There were four yachts anchored in the harbour basin.) baseinas

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  • 10 bed

    1) (a piece of furniture, or a place, to sleep on: The child sleeps in a small bed; a bed of straw.) lova
    2) (the channel (of a river) or floor (of a sea) etc.) vaga, dugnas
    3) (a plot in a garden: a bed of flowers.) lysvė
    4) (layer: a bed of chalk below the surface.) sluoksnis, klodas
    - - bedded
    - bedding
    - bedbug
    - bedclothes
    - bedcover
    - bedridden
    - bedroom
    - bedside
    - bedspread
    - bedtime
    - bed and breakfast
    - bed of roses
    - go to bed

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  • 11 boat

    [bəut] 1. noun
    1) (a small vessel for travelling over water: We'll cross the stream by boat.) valtis
    2) (a larger vessel for the same purpose; a ship: to cross the Atlantic in a passenger boat.) laivas
    3) (a serving-dish shaped like a boat: a gravy-boat.) laivo formos indas
    2. verb
    (to sail about in a small boat for pleasure: They are boating on the river.) plaukioti
    - in the same boat
    - speedboat

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  • 12 bridge

    [bri‹] 1. noun
    1) (a structure carrying a road or railway over a river etc.) tiltas
    2) (the narrow raised platform for the captain of a ship.) kapitono tiltelis
    3) (the bony part (of the nose).) nosikaulis
    4) (the support of the strings of a violin etc.) tiltelis
    2. verb
    1) (to build a bridge over: They bridged the stream.) pastatyti tiltą per
    2) (to close a gap, pause etc: He bridged the awkward silence with a funny remark.) užpildyti (tarpą)

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  • 13 brink

    (the edge or border of a steep, dangerous place or of a river.) kraštas, status krantas

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  • 14 canyon

    (a deep valley between high steep banks, usually containing a river: the Grand Canyon.) kanjonas

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  • 15 carry

    1) (to take from one place etc to another: She carried the child over the river; Flies carry disease.) (per)nešti, gabenti
    2) (to go from one place to another: Sound carries better over water.) sklisti
    3) (to support: These stone columns carry the weight of the whole building.) (iš)laikyti
    4) (to have or hold: This job carries great responsibility.) būti susijusiam
    5) (to approve (a bill etc) by a majority of votes: The parliamentary bill was carried by forty-two votes.) priimti
    6) (to hold (oneself) in a certain way: He carries himself like a soldier.) laikytis

    ((slang) a fuss; excited behaviour.) nervingas elgesys, nereikalingas triukšmas

    ((of bags or cases) that passengers can carry with them on board a plane.) rankinis bagažas

    - carry-cot
    - be/get carried away
    - carry forward
    - carry off
    - carry on
    - carry out
    - carry weight

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  • 16 channel

    [' ænl] 1. noun
    1) (the bed of a stream or other way through which liquid can flow: a sewage channel.) kanalas
    2) (a passage of deeper water in a river, through which ships can sail.) kanalas
    3) (a narrow stretch of water joining two seas: the English Channel.) sąsiauris
    4) (a means of sending or receiving information etc: We got the information through the usual channels.) kanalas
    5) ((in television, radio etc) a band of frequencies for sending or receiving signals: BBC Television now has two channels.) kanalas
    2. verb
    1) (to make a channel in.) iškasti kanalą
    2) (to direct into a particular course: He channelled all his energies into the project.) nukreipti

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  • 17 creek

    1) (a small inlet, especially off a river.) užtakis
    2) ((American) a small river.) upelis

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  • 18 current

    1. adjective
    (of or belonging to the present: current affairs; the current month; the current temperature.) dabartinis, dabar esantis, einamasis
    2. noun
    1) ((the direction of) a stream of water or air: the current of a river.) srovė
    2) ((a) flow of electricity: an electrical current.) srovė
    - current account

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  • 19 dabble

    1) (to play, or trail, in water: He dabbled his feet in the river.) pliuškenti(s)
    2) (to do anything in a half-serious way or as a hobby: He dabbles in chemistry.) mėgėjiškai užsiiminėti

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  • 20 dam

    [dæm] 1. noun
    1) (a bank or wall of earth, concrete etc to keep back water: A new dam was being built at the mouth of the valley.) užtvanka
    2) (the water kept back.) užtvenktas vanduo
    2. verb
    (to hold back by means of a dam: The river has been dammed up.) užtvenkti

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