How to say LOS in Lithuanian 

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neįtemptas, laisvas

slack(adjective)

loose; not firmly stretched

Leave the rope slack.

blogas

bad(adjective)

not good; not efficient

He is a bad driver; His eyesight is bad; They are bad at tennis (= they play tennis badly).

palaidas, laisvas

loose(adjective)

not tight; not firmly stretched

a loose coat; This belt is loose.

neturintis gėdos, pasileidęs

abandoned(adjective)

shameless

an abandoned young woman.

likimas

fate(noun)

(sometimes with capital) the supposed power that controls events

Who knows what fate has in store (= waiting for us in the future)?

dalia, likimas

lot(noun)

a person's fortune or fate

It seemed to be her lot to be always unlucky.

briedis

elk(noun)

the largest of all deer, found in the north of Europe and Asia.

laimė, fortūna

fortune(noun)

whatever happens by chance or (good or bad) luck

whatever fortune may bring.

nieko ypatinga

nothing to write home about

not very good

The concert was nothing to write home about.

blogas

ill(adjective)

bad

ill health; These pills have no ill effects.

gėdingas

infamous(adjective)

disgraceful.

atiręs, netvirtai pritaisytas

loose(adjective)

not firmly fixed

This button is loose.

nepriveržtas

slack(adjective)

not firmly in position

He tightened a few slack screws.

menkas, prastas

poor(adjective)

not good; of bad quality

His work is very poor; a poor effort.

prastas, netikęs, pasigailėtinas

lousy(adjective)

really terrible

I'm a lousy cook.

grėsmingas

ugly(adjective)

unpleasant, nasty or dangerous

ugly black clouds; The crowd was in an ugly mood.

menkavertis

bum(adjective)

worthless

a bum job.

silpnai, vangiai

slackly(adverb)

lemtis

fate(noun)

a destiny or doom, eg death

A terrible fate awaited her.

vapitis

elk(noun)

a large North American deer.

briedis

moose(noun)

a type of large deer found in North America, and also in northern Europe where it is known as the elk.

bjaurus, niekingas

mean(adjective)

(especially American) bad-tempered, vicious or cruel

a mean mood.

blogas

ill(adjective)

evil or unlucky

ill luck.

palaidas, nepririštas

loose(adjective)

not tied; free

The horses are loose in the field.

pamesti, palikti

leave(verb)

to allow to remain in a particular state or condition

She left the job half-finished.

darkytas

broken(adjective)

(of language) not fluent

He speaks broken English.

palaidas, nesupakuotas

loose(adjective)

not packed; not in a packet

loose biscuits.

atsitiktinis

casual(adjective)

not regular or permanent

casual labour.

palaidai, laisvai

loosely(adverb)

palikti

leave(verb)

to let (a person or a thing) do something without being helped or attended to

I'll leave the meat to cook for a while.

nepergeriausiai; nepergeriausias

off(adverb)

not as good as usual, or as it should be

His work has gone off recently

palikti

leave(verb)

to allow to remain for someone to do, make etc

Leave that job to the experts!

nesveikas, sergantis

bad(adjective)

unwell

I am feeling quite bad today.


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