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one /oʊn/, /wan/, /wɒn/, /wʌn/ kadagys
on /ɑn/, /ɒn/, /ɔn/, /ɔʊn/ ant
one /wɒn/, /wan/, /oʊn/, /wʌn/ viena
go on
  • continue
tęsti
set on fire
  • arouse passionate feelings in
sujaudinti
set on fire
  • cause to begin to burn
padegti
change one's mind pakeisti nuomonę
take on imti
look on žiūrėti
on-line operatyvi
log on pradėti seansą
let on prasitarti
on the other hand
  • from another point of view
o
tell on
  • to tell someone that someone else has done something wrong
išplepėti
carry on /ˈkæɹi ˈɑn/ tęsti
turn on
  • (transitive) to activate an appliance, light, mechanism, functionality etc.
įjungti
put on
  • to don clothing
auti
kill two birds with one stone
  • solve two problems at once
vienu šūviu nušauti du zuikius
one and a half
  • one and a half
pusantro
rest on one's laurels
  • rely on a past success instead of trying to improve oneself further
ilsėtis ant laurų
užmigti ant laurų
look down on
  • to regard or treat as inferior
žiūrėti iš aukšto
Rostov-on-Don
  • city in Russia
Rostovas prie Dono
number one
  • urine or urination euphemism
mažas reikalas
reap what one sows
  • receive justice
ką pasėsi tą ir pjausi
hit the nail on the head
  • identify something exactly
durti kaip pirštu į akį
on the one hand
  • from one point of view
iš vienos pusės
viena vertus
money doesn't grow on trees
  • you must work in order to have money
pinigai ant medžių neauga
make one's bed and lie in it
  • to create a difficult situation and endure unpleasant consequences
kad prisivirei košės, tai ir srėbk
kaip pasiklosi, taip išmiegosi
two heads are better than one
  • joint thinking pays
dvi galvos geriau, nei viena
turn in one's grave
  • be appalled, offended or disgusted by something, despite being deceased
grabe apsisuktų
on cloud nine
  • very happy, blissful
devintam danguj
hold one's tongue
  • refrain from talking about something
liežuvį valdyti
one-way mirror
  • mirror that is transparent on one side
vienpusis veidrodis
alter one's mind pakeisti nuomonę
on purpose
  • purposely, with intention
specialiai
you can count on it galite tuo neabejoti
on both sides abipus
one's /wʌns/, /wʌnz/
  • belonging to one
būti
no one /ˈnoʊ ˌwʌn/, /ˈnəʊ wʌn/
  • not even a single person
asmuo
on ice /ɑn ˈaɪs/, /ɒn ˈaɪs/
  • performed by ice skaters as an ice show
ledas {m}
one up
  • do something slightly better than a competitor
pralenkti
come on /ˈkʌm ˌɔn/, /ˈkʌm ˌɔːn/
  • expression of encouragement
dabar
on hand
  • available
ranka {f}
on sale
  • available for purchase
parduodama
oneness
  • state of being undivided
vienybė
cheat on
  • be unfaithful to
apgauti
latch on
  • to grasp; to understand
mokėti
that one
  • specified object
jie
come on to
  • make a romantic or sexual advance to
flirtuoti
little one
  • term of endearment
mažas
on the dot
  • exactly
baterija
hole in one
  • in golf
vinis {f}
one o'clock
  • the start of the second hour
vienas
on the house
  • free service
tarnyba {f}
on the rocks
  • poured over ice
ledas {m}
on one's feet
  • in satisfactory condition
koja {f}
on the button
  • precisely
baterija
cast one's vote
  • to vote
balsuoti
corn on the cob
  • cooked ears of corn
burbuolė
cuff on the ear
  • smack on the side of the head
antausis
break one's fast
  • archaic: to eat breakfast
pusryčiai
albatross around one's neck
  • thing that hinders
svoris {m}
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