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used only as the subject of a verb

  • 1 she

    [ʃi:] 1. pronoun
    1) (a female person or animal already spoken about: When the girl saw us, she asked the time.) ea
    2) (any female person: She who runs the fastest will be the winner.) aceea (care)
    2. noun
    (a female person or animal: Is a cow a he or a she?) femelă

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  • 2 they

    [ðei]
    1) (persons, animals or things already spoken about, being pointed out etc: They are in the garden.) ei; ele
    2) (used instead of he, he or she etc when the person's sex is unknown or when people of both sexes are being referred to: If anyone does that, they are to be severely punished.) el, ea, ei, ele

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  • 3 thou

    (an old word for `you' used only when addressing one person, especially God (usually Thou), as the subject of a verb: Thou, O God.; Thou shalt not kill!) Tu, tu

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  • 4 we

    [wi:]
    ((used only as the subject of a verb) the word used by a speaker or writer in mentioning himself or herself together with other people: We are going home tomorrow.) noi

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  • 5 thee

    [ði:]
    (an old word for `you' used only when addressing one person, especially God (usually Thee), as the object of a verb: We thank Thee for Thy goodness.) ţie, îţi, ţi-; pe tine

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  • 6 must

    1. negative short form - mustn't; verb
    1) (used with another verb to express need: We must go to the shops to get milk.) a trebui
    2) (used, usually with another verb, to suggest a probability: They must be finding it very difficult to live in such a small house.) a trebui
    3) (used, usually with another verb, to express duty, an order, rule etc: You must come home before midnight; All competitors must be under 15 years of age.) a trebui
    2. noun
    (something necessary, essential, or not to be missed: This new tent is a must for the serious camper.) obiect indispensabil

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  • 7 thy

    1. adjective
    (an old word for `your' used only when addressing one person, especially God: thy father.) tău, ta, tăi, tale
    2. adjective
    (the form of thy used before a vowel or vowel sound: Thine anger is great; thine honour.) tău, ta, tăi, tale

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  • 8 subject

    1. adjective
    ((of countries etc) not independent, but dominated by another power: subject nations.) supus
    2. noun
    1) (a person who is under the rule of a monarch or a member of a country that has a monarchy etc: We are loyal subjects of the Queen; He is a British subject.) supus
    2) (someone or something that is talked about, written about etc: We discussed the price of food and similar subjects; What was the subject of the debate?; The teacher tried to think of a good subject for their essay; I've said all I can on that subject.) subiect
    3) (a branch of study or learning in school, university etc: He is taking exams in seven subjects; Mathematics is his best subject.) materie
    4) (a thing, person or circumstance suitable for, or requiring, a particular kind of treatment, reaction etc: I don't think her behaviour is a subject for laughter.) subiect (de)
    5) (in English, the word(s) representing the person or thing that usually does the action shown by the verb, and with which the verb agrees: The cat sat on the mat; He hit her because she broke his toy; He was hit by the ball.) subiect
    3. [səb'‹ekt] verb
    1) (to bring (a person, country etc) under control: They have subjected all the neighbouring states (to their rule).) a supune
    2) (to cause to suffer, or submit (to something): He was subjected to cruel treatment; These tyres are subjected to various tests before leaving the factory.) a supune
    - subjective
    - subjectively
    - subject matter
    - change the subject
    - subject to

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  • 9 be used to (something)

    ['ju:stu] (accustomed to: She isn't used to such hard work.)

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  • 10 change the subject

    (to start talking about something different: I mentioned the money to her, but she changed the subject.) a schimba subiec­tul

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  • 11 if only

    (I wish that: If only I were rich!) măcar dacă/să

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  • 12 only

    ['əunli] 1. adjective
    (without any others of the same type: He has no brothers or sisters - he's an only child; the only book of its kind.) singur; unic
    2. adverb
    1) (not more than: We have only two cups left; He lives only a mile away.) doar
    2) (alone: Only you can do it.) numai, doar
    3) (showing the one action done, in contrast to other possibilities: I only scolded the child - I did not smack him.) doar
    4) (not longer ago than: I saw him only yesterday.) nu mai demult de
    5) (showing the one possible result of an action: If you do that, you'll only make him angry.) numai
    3. conjunction
    (except that, but: I'd like to go, only I have to work.) doar că

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  • 13 only too

    (very: I'll be only too pleased to come.) foarte

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  • 14 phrasal verb

    (a phrase consisting of a verb and adverb or preposition, which together function as a verb: `Leave out', `go without', `go away', are phrasal verbs.) verb cu particulă adver­bială

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  • 15 subject matter

    (the subject discussed in an essay, book etc.) subiect

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  • 16 subject to

    1) (liable or likely to suffer from or be affected by: He is subject to colds; The programme is subject to alteration.) expus la
    2) (depending on: These plans will be put into practice next week, subject to your approval.) cu condiţia (ca)

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  • 17 used

    1) (employed or put to a purpose: This road is not used any more.)
    2) (not new: used cars.)

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  • 18 used to

    ['ju:stu]
    - negative short forms usedn't to, usen't to ['ju:sntu] (I, he etc) was in the habit of (doing something); (I, he etc) was (usually) in a particular position, state etc: I used to swim every day; She used not to be so forgetful; They used to play golf, didn't they?; Didn't you use(d) to live near me?; There used to be a butcher's shop there, didn't there?)

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  • 19 verb

    [və:b]
    (the word or phrase that gives the action, or asserts something, in a sentence, clause etc: I saw him; He ran away from me; I have a feeling; What is this?) verb
    - verbally
    - verbatim
    - verbose

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  • 20 subject

    (gen) subiect, obiect, materie

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