settle lietuviškai

settle vertimas v 1) į(si)kurti, su(si)tvarkyti, apsigyventi; 2) prieiti išvadą, nutarti, nuspręsti; 3) kolonizuoti; 4) apmokėti (sąskaitą); 5) nusistovėti, nurimti; to settle down to imtis ko; to settle up atsiskaityti, baigti pinigines sąskaitas

  • settle old scores suvesti sąskaitas
  • settle in (v.) aklimatizuotis, apsiprasti
  • settle up () atsiskaityti, apmokėti, sutvarkyti, užsimokėti
  • settle down (v.) imtis, aklimatizuotis, apsiprasti, apnikti, įsigalėti, apsigyventi, įsišaknyti, nusiraminti, susitvardyti, nurimti, nuraminti, nusėsti, imti įprasti
  • settle on () susitarti, sutikti, pritarti, sutapti, sutikti su kuo nors
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (bench) a long wooden bench with a back
  • (settle, position, usually) to settle into a position, usually on a surface or ground
  • (decide) to bring to an end; to settle conclusively
  • (conclude) to settle conclusively; to come to terms
  • (locate) to take up residence and become established
  • (reconcile) to come to terms
  • (come down) to go under
  • (stabilize) to become settled or established and stable in one's residence or life style
  • (become) to become resolved, fixed, established, or quiet Type of: become
  • (build up) to establish or develop as a residence Type of: build up
  • (stop) to come to rest Type of: stop
  • (set up) to arrange or fix in the desired order Type of: arrange
  • (accept) to accept despite lack of complete satisfaction Type of: accept
  • (end, legal dispute) to end a legal dispute by arriving at a settlement Type of: agree
  • (fix up) to dispose of; to make a financial settlement Type of: arrange
  • (change) to become clear by the sinking of particles Type of: change
  • (cause, become clear) to cause to become clear by forming a sediment (of liquids) Type of: sink
  • (subside) to sink down or precipitate
  • (ensconce) to fix firmly
  • (contend) to get one's revenge for a wrong or an injury
  • (finalize) to make final; to put the last touches on; to put into final form
  • (form, community) to form a community Followed by: transmigrate
  • (come) to come as if by falling

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