heavy lietuviškai

heavy vertimas 1. a 1) sunkus; 2) griozdiškas (apie stilių); 3) gausus (apie derlių); 4) audringas(apie jūrą); 5) smarkus; heavy in/on hand nuobodus;2. adv sunkiai; stipriai; to hang heavy lėtai slinkti (apie laiką); to sit heavy on slėgti, varginti

  • heavy oil (n.) sunkioji alyva
  • heavy metal (n.) sunkusis metalas
  • heavy industry (n.) sunkioji pramonė
  • Heavy bomber Sunkusis bombonešis
  • heavy weapon (n.) artilerija
  • Heavy metal music Heavy metal
  • Heavy metal (chemistry) Sunkusis metalas
  • New Wave of British Heavy Metal
  • KPV heavy machine gun KPV
  • Late Heavy Bombardment Vėlyvasis kosminis bombardavimas
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (actor) an actor who plays villainous roles Type of: actor
  • (character) a serious (or tragic) role in a play Type of: character
  • (comparatively great physical) of comparatively great physical weight or density
  • (harsh) unusually great in degree, quantity, or number
  • (military, industry) of the military or industry; using (or being) the heaviest and most powerful armaments, weapons, or equipment
  • (marked, great psychological) marked by great psychological weight; weighted down, especially with sadness, troubles, or weariness Similar to: burdensome, distressing, leaden, oppressive, weighty
  • (fat) usually describes a large person who is fat but has a large frame to carry it
  • (compact) of soil, compact and fine-grained
  • (cloudy) darkened by clouds
  • (great intensity, power) of great intensity, power, or force Similar to: big
  • (chemistry) being or containing an isotope with greater than average atomic mass or weight Topic: chemistry
  • (wicked) of an actor or role, being or playing the villain Similar to: wicked
  • (dense) permitting little if any light to pass through because of denseness of matter
  • (relatively large extent) of relatively large extent and density
  • (made, fabric, considerable) made of fabric having considerable thickness
  • (sonorous) full, loud, and deep
  • (indulgent) given to excessive indulgence of bodily appetites, especially for intoxicating liquors
  • (important) of great gravity or crucial import; requiring serious thought
  • (heavy-footed) slow and laborious because of weight
  • (heavy-duty) large and powerful; especially designed for heavy loads or rough work Similar to: heavy-duty
  • (indigestible) dense or inadequately leavened and hence likely to cause distress in the alimentary canal Similar to: indigestible
  • (steep) sharply inclined Similar to: steep
  • (weighed-down) full of; bearing great weight
  • (labored) requiring or showing effort
  • (arduous) characterized by effort to the point of exhaustion; especially physical effort
  • (dull) lacking lightness or liveliness
  • (deep) of sleep, deep and complete
  • (pregnant) in an advanced stage of pregnancy
  • (relatively great weight) having relatively great weight
  • (prodigious) excessive in behavior
  • (heavily) slowly as if burdened by much weight

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