How to say PAS in Latvian pɑ; pɑ, pɑz

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viduklis; jostasvieta

waist(noun)

(the measurement round) the narrow part of the human body between the ribs and hips

She has a very small waist.

josta

girdle(noun)

a belt or cord worn round the waist

She wore a girdle round her tunic.

josta; siksna

belt(noun)

a long (narrow) piece of leather, cloth etc worn round the waist

a trouser-belt; He tightened his belt.

pāreja

pass(noun)

a narrow path between mountains

a mountain pass.

solis

pace(noun)

a step

He took a pace forward.

gaita; soļi

tread(noun)

a way of walking or putting one's feet

I heard his heavy tread.

solis

step(noun)

one movement of the foot in walking, running, dancing etc

He took a step forward; walking with hurried steps.

saskaņoties, piestāvēt

match(verb)

to be equal or similar to something or someone in some way eg in colour or pattern

That dress matches her red hair.

labi piegulēt; būt laikā

fit(verb)

to be the right size or shape (for someone or something)

The coat fits (you) very well.

der kā uzliets

fit like a glove

to fit perfectly

This suit fits like a glove.

(par apģērbu) cieši pieguļošs

snug(adjective)

(of clothes etc) fitting closely

This jacket is a nice snug fit.

svaigi; spirgti; nupat; tikko kā

freshly(adverb)

newly; recently

freshly gathered plums; freshly arrived.

plecu siksna

sling(noun)

a band of cloth etc worn over the shoulder for supporting a rifle etc on the back.

pase

passport(noun)

a document of identification, necessary for foreign travel

a British passport.

suns

dog(noun)

a domestic, meat-eating animal related to the wolf and fox.

josla

band(noun)

a stripe of a colour etc

a skirt with a band of red in it.

pāris; pieskaņots priekšmets

match(noun)

a thing that is similar to or the same as another in some way(s) eg in colour or pattern

These trousers are not an exact match for my jacket.

caurlaide

pass(noun)

a ticket or card allowing a person to do something, eg to travel free or to get in to a building

You must show your pass before entering.

josla

zone(noun)

any of the five bands into which the earth's surface is divided according to temperature

The tropical zone is the area between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer.

gaita

pace(noun)

speed of movement

a fast pace.

viduklis

middle(noun)

the central area of the body; the waist

You're getting rather fat round your middle.

neliels attālums; pāris soļu

step(noun)

the distance covered by this

He moved a step or two nearer; The restaurant is only a step (= a short distance) away.

rūsa

rust(noun)

the reddish-brown substance which forms on iron and steel, caused by air and moisture

The car was covered with rust.

(apģērba) piegulēšana; piestāvēšana

fit(noun)

the right size or shape for a particular person, purpose etc

Your dress is a very good fit.

pastēte; pastila

paste(noun)

a mixture made from some types of food

almond paste.

josla; zona

belt(noun)

a zone of country etc

a belt of trees; an industrial belt.

josla; grēda; kore; šķautne

ridge(noun)

anything like a ridge in shape

A ridge of high pressure is a long narrow area of high pressure as shown on a weather map.

josta; siksna

waistband(noun)

the part of a pair of trousers, skirt etc which goes round the waist

The waistband of this skirt is too tight.

viduklis

waist(noun)

the part of an article of clothing which goes round one's waist

Can you take in the waist of these trousers?

soļi

step(noun)

the sound made by someone walking etc

I heard (foot) steps.

temps;ātrums

rate(noun)

the speed with which something happens or is done

He works at a tremendous rate; the rate of increase/expansion.

vēl

only(adverb)

not longer ago than

I saw him only yesterday.

tikko; nesen

newly(adverb)

only just; recently

She is newly married; Her hair is newly cut.

piespēle

pass(noun)

(in ball games) a throw, kick, hit etc of the ball from one player to another

The centre-forward made a pass towards the goal.

dejas solis, raksts

step(noun)

a particular movement with the feet, eg in dancing

The dance has some complicated steps.

tieši

just(adverb)

(often with only ) barely

We have only just enough milk to last till Friday; I just managed to escape; You came just in time.

solis; pakāpiens

step(noun)

a stage in progress, development etc

Mankind made a big step forward with the invention of the wheel; His present job is a step up from his previous one.

pie

with(preposition)

in the care of

Leave your case with the porter.


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