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accept
/ æksept /

glagol

Sinonimi:
admit · take · take on · consent · go for · take · take · have · swallow

Sinonimi:
admit · assume · bear · consent · go for · have · live with · swallow · take · take in · take on · take over · take up

1. To admit into a group or community; SYN. admit, take, take on.
2. To give an affirmative reply to; respond favorably to; SYN. consent, go for.
3. To react favorably to; consider right and proper
4. To consider or hold as true
5. To be designed to hold or take; SYN. take.
6. Said of a deliberative body: receive (a report) officially, as from a committee.
7. To be sexually responsive to, used of a female domesticated mammal
8. To receive willingly something given or offered; SYN. take, have.
9. To tolerate or accommodate oneself to; SYN. swallow.

accommodate
/ əkɑːmədeɪt /

glagol

Sinonimi:
hold · admit · reconcile · conciliate

Sinonimi:
adapt · admit · conciliate · fit · hold · lodge · lodge in · oblige · reconcile · suit

ETYM See Accommodation.
1. To have room for; hold without crowding; SYN. hold, admit.
2. To make compatible with; SYN. reconcile, conciliate.
3. To provide with something desired or needed.
4. Be agreeable or acceptable to
5. Make fit for, or change to suit a new purpose
6. Provide with something desired or needed
7. Provide housing for
8. Provide a service or favour for someone

admit
/ ədmɪt /

glagol

Sinonimi:
allow · let in · include · allow in · let in · acknowledge

Sinonimi:
accept · accommodate · acknowledge · allow · allow in · hold · include · intromit · let in · take · take on

1. To afford possibility; SYN. allow.
2. To allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of; SYN. let in, include.
3. To allow to enter; grant entry to; SYN. allow in, let in.
4. To declare or acknowledge to be true; SYN. acknowledge.
5. To give access or entrance to.
6. To serve as a means of entrance.
7. Have room for; hold without crowding
8. Admit into a group or community

agree
/ əɡriː /

glagol

Sinonimi:
concur

Sinonimi:
accord · check · concord · concur · consort · correspond · fit · fit in · gibe · harmonise · harmonize · hold · jibe · match · tall

1. To achieve harmony of opinion, feeling, or purpose.
2. To be agreeable or suitable.
3. To be in accord; be in agreement; SYN. concur.
4. To consent or assent to a condition, or agree to do something:.
5. To show grammatical agreement.
6. Show grammatical agreement
7. Go together
8. Be compatible, similar or consistent; coincide in their characteristics

approve
/ əpruːv /

glagol

Sinonimi:
ok · okay · sanction

Sinonimi:
O.K. · okay · sanction

ETYM Old Fren. aprouer; a (Latin ad) + a form apparently derived from the pro, prod, in Latin prodest it is useful or profitable, properly the preposition pro for. Related to Improve.
1. To give sanction to; SYN. ok, okay, sanction.
2. To judge to be right or commendable; think well of.

assimilate
/ əsɪməlet /

glagol

Sinonimi:
imbibe

Sinonimi:
absorb · imbibe · ingest · take in

ETYM Latin assimilare; ad to, toward + similis similar.
1. To become similar to one's environment.
2. To make similar.
3. To become similar in sound; in phonetics.
4. To take into solution, as of gas, light, or heat; SYN. imbibe.
5. Make or become similar; compare; incorporate; digest; absorb; be incorporated, digested, or absorbed.

come by
/ ˈkəm baɪ /

glagol

Sinonimi:
drop by · drop in

To obtain, especially accidentally.

come in for
/ ˈkəm ɪn fɔːr /

glagol

Sinonimi:

To be subject to or the object of.

come to hand
/ ˈkəm tə ˈhænd /

glagol

Sinonimi:
come to light

draw
/ ˈdrɒ /

glagolgramatika

Sinonimi:
absorb · attract · cast · delineate · depict · describe · disembowel · drag · draw and quarter · draw in · draw off · draw out · draw up · eviscerate · force · get · get out · guide · imbibe · line · make · pass · pass around · pass over · puff · pull · pull along · pull back · pull down · pull in · pull off · pull out · pull up · quarter · reap · run · soak up · sop up · string · suck · suck in · suck up · take in · take out · take up · thread · tie · trace · withdraw

(Irregular preterit, past participle: drew, drawn).
1. To make a drawing of; represent by drawing, with a pencil, chalk, etc. on a surface.
2. To move or pull so as to cover or uncover something.
3. To bring or lead someone to a certain action or condition.
4. To make, formulate, or derive in the mind; SYN. make.
5. To move or go steadily or gradually.
6. To write a legal document or paper.
7. To bring, take, or pull out of a container or from under a cover; SYN. pull, pull out, get out, take out.
8. To cause to flow.
9. To choose at random; SYN. cast.
10. To draw responses, such as objections, criticism, applause, etc.
11. To contract.
12. To require a specified depth for floating.
13. To steep in or as if in the manner of tea.
14. To select or take in from a given group or region.
15. To reduce the diameter of (a wire or metal rod) by pulling it through a die.
16. To take liquid out of a container or well; SYN. take out.
17. (Baseball) To earn or achieve a base by being walked by the pitcher; SYN. get.
18. To flatten, stretch, or mold metal or glass, by rolling or by pulling it through a die or by stretching.
19. To allow a draft.

get
/ ˈɡet /

glagolgramatika

Sinonimi:
acquire · aim · amaze · arrest · arrive · baffle · beat · become · beget · begin · bewilder · bring · bring fort · bugger off · buzz off · capture · catch · cause · come · commence · contract · convey · develop · draw · drive · dumbfound · engender · experience · father · fetch · find · fix · flummox · generate · get ahead · get along · get down · get on · get over · get under one's skin · go · gravel · grow · have · incur · induce · let · make · mother · mystify · nonplus · obtain · pay back · pay off · perplex · pose · produce · puzzle · puzzle out · puzzle over · receive · scram · set about · set out · sire · start · start out · stick · stimulate · stupefy · suffer · sustain · take · undergo · vex

(Irregular preterit, past participle: got; or p.p.: gotten).
1. To acquire as a result of some effort or action.
2. To cause to move; cause to be in a certain position or condition; SYN. let, have.
3. To come into the possession of something concrete or abstract; SYN. acquire.
4. To communicate with a place or person; establish communication with, as if by telephone.
5. To evoke an emotional response.
6. To irritate.
7. To overcome or destroy.
8. To purchase.
9. To reach and board.
10. To reach by calculation.
11. To reach with a blow or hit in a particular spot; SYN. catch.
12. To receive as a retribution or punishment; SYN. receive.
13. To succeed in catching or seizing, esp. after a chase; SYN. catch, capture.

receive
/ rəsiːv /

glagol

Sinonimi:
have · take in · invite · get · find · obtain · incur

Sinonimi:
encounter · experience · find · get · have · incur · invite · meet · obtain · pick up · take in · undergo · welcome

1. To get something; come into possession of; SYN. have.
2. To accept as true or valid
3. To convert into sounds or pictures, of incoming radio signals.
4. To express willingness to have in one's home or environs; SYN. take in, invite.
5. To have or give give a reception
6. To partake of the Eucharist, in a Christian church.
7. To receive a specified treatment (abstract); SYN. get, find, obtain, incur.

take out
/ ˈteɪk ˈaʊt /

glagol

Sinonimi:
ask out · buy food · draw · draw off · draw ou · draw out · except · excerpt · exclude · extract · get out · invite out · leave off · leave out · move out · omi · pull · pull out · pull up · remove · take away · unpack · withdraw

1. To cause to leave; SYN. move out, remove.
2. To obtain by legal of official process
3. To purchase prepared food to be eaten at home; SYN. buy food.
4. To remove something from a container or an enclosed space.

take
/ ˈteɪk /

glagolgramatika

Sinonimi:
accept · acquire · admit · adopt · aim · ask · assume · bring · bring down · bring forward · bring on · bring out · bring up · call for · carry · charter · choose · claim · conduct · consider · consume · contain · contract · convey · deal · demand · direct · drive · engage · exact · fill · film · get · get hold of · guide · have · hire · hold · ingest · involve · lead · learn · lease · look at · make · necessitate · need · occupy · pack · pick out · postulate · read · remove · rent · require · select · shoot · strike · study · submit · subscribe · subscribe to · take aim · take apart · take away · take back · take in · take off · take on · take out · take over · take up · train · undergo · use up · withdraw

(Irregular preterit, past participle: took, taken).
1. To get into one's hands, take physically; SYN. get hold of.
2. To bring into one's possession.
3. To take by force.
4. To obtain by winning.
5. To make use of or accept for some purpose; SYN. accept.
6. To carry out.
7. To buy, select.
8. To experience or feel; submit to.
9. To be seized in a specified way.
10. To ascertain or determine by measuring, computing, etc.; take a reading from a dial.
11. To travel or go by means of a certain kind of transportation, or a certain route.
12. To get into a position of having, e.g., safety, comfort.
13. To interpret something in a certain way; convey a particular meaning or impression; SYN. have.

take up
/ ˈteɪk ʌp /

glagol

Sinonimi:
latch on · fasten on · hook on · seize on · turn to

Sinonimi:
absorb · adopt · assume · borrow · draw · draw in · fasten on · hook on · imbibe · latch on · lift out · resume · scoop · scoop out · scoop up · seize on · soak up · sop up · sorb · start · strike · suck · suck in · suck up · take · take in · take over

1. To adopt, as of ideas; SYN. latch on, fasten on, hook on, seize on.
2. To pursue or resume
3. To take up time or space
4. To turn one's interest to; SYN. turn to.

welcome
/ welkəm /

glagol

Sinonimi:
receive

Sinonimi:
receive

1. To accept gladly.
2. To bid welcome to; greet upon arrival; SYN. receive.
3. To receive someone, as into one's house.

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