fret lietuviškai

fret vertimas I1. v 1) (kiaurai) išėsti; išgraužti; 2) nerimti, kankinti(s);2. n susierzinimas, kankinimasis II 1. n išpjaustinėtas ornamentas (medyje);2. v puošti ornamentais (pjaustant) III n gitaros atžyma

Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (agitation) agitation resulting from active worry
  • (spot) a spot that has been worn away by abrasion or erosion
  • (architectural ornament) an ornamental pattern consisting of repeated vertical and horizontal lines (often in relief)
  • (bar) a small bar of metal across the fingerboard of a musical instrument; when the string is stopped by a finger at the metal bar it will produce a note of the desired pitch Type of: bar
  • (fuss) to worry unnecessarily or excessively
  • (be agitated, irritated) to be agitated or irritated Type of: worry
  • (supply) to provide (a musical instrument) with frets Type of: supply
  • (gall) to become or make sore by, or as if by, rubbing
  • (cause annoyance in) to cause annoyance in Type of: annoy
  • (eat into) to gnaw into; to make resentful or angry
  • (handicraft) to carve a pattern into Topic: handicraft. Type of: carve
  • (decorate) to decorate with an interlaced design Type of: decorate
  • (compress) to be too tight; to rub or press
  • (touch) to cause friction
  • (damage) to remove soil or rock
  • (corrode) to wear away or erode

fret sinonimai Greek fret, Greek key, key pattern, lather, stew, sweat, swither, worn spot, agitate, annoy, corrode, erode, goad, harass, irritate, vex, wear away, worry, chafe, choke, eat away, eat into, erode, fray, fuss, gag, gall, grate, niggle, rankle, rub, scratch

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