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Lidepla lexikon
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W X Y Z
TA TE TF TI TO TR TS TU TW TY
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141. tradision

- (kwo) tradition |

tradision-ney - (kwel) traditional

142. tradukti

- (zwo) translate (render in another language) |

tradukta - (kwo) translation

143. trafik

- (kwo) traffic (the passage of people or vehicles; the conveyance of messages or data) |

Amharik

144. trafugi

- (zwo) defect, desert to the enemy, go over (to) |

trafuger - (kwo) defector, deserter, turncoat |

(Origin: tra+fugi)

145. tragedia

- (kwo) tragedy

146. tragike

- (kwel) tragic, tragical

147. trai

- (zwo) try, attempt |

Plis trai lerni hao. - Please try to learn well. |

Bu trai juli me! - Don't attempt to swindle me! |

Oli jivika on Arda trai kapti garme surya-ray. - All creatures on Earth try to catch the hot sun's rays. |

traisa - (kwo) attempt, endeavour, try

148. trajivi

- (zwo) experience, go through, live through; survive (remain alive) |

Ela he trajivi mucho beda. - She has lived through many troubles. |

Ta mog bu trajivi sey nocha. - He/she may not survive this night. |

(Origin: tra+jivi)

149. traktor

- (kwo) tractor

150. tralasi

- (zwo) let through |

butralasike - (kwel) impermeable, impenetrable; inscrutable

151. tram

- (kwo) tram, tramway

152. trani

- (zwo) drag, trail, train |

fa-trani - drag oneself |

tranika - (kwo) trail, train (of a dress, of a comet)

153. trankwile

- (kwel) tranquil, placid, peaceful |

trankwilitaa - (kwo) tranquility, peacefulness

154. transa

- (kwo) trance

155. transferi

- (zwo) transfer (convey or cause to pass from one place, person, or thing to another) |

transfera - (kwo) transfer, transference

156. transformi

- (zwo) transform (change the form, nature, or function) |

transforma - (kwo) transformation

157. transha

- (kwo) tranche |

French

158. transistor

- (kwo) transistor |

transistor-ney resiver - a transistor receiver

159. transiti

- (zwo) transit (also "pass over into another state") |

transita - (kwo) transit, transition

160. transmiti

- (zwo) transmit (convey, send out) |

transmita - (kwo) transmission (also a broadcast)

161. transplanti

- (zwo) transplant (med., botan.) |

transplantiwat - (kwo) transplant (thing transplanted) |

transplanta - (kwo) transplantation

162. transporta

- (kwo) transport (vehicles; system of transporting) |

transporti - (zwo) transport (with vehicles) |

transporting - (kwo) transportation

163. trapa

- (kwo) rag (scrap/piece of cloth) |

trapas - rags, raggery |

Spanish, Russian

164. trasa

- (kwo) trace, spoor, track, trail |

finga trasa - fingerprints |

peda trasa - footprint |

lyu trasa - leave traces |

sin trasa - without a trace |

trasi - (zwo) trace, spoor, trail

165. trati

- (zwo) treat (handle, deal with or behave towards); approach (an issue etc.) |

trati kun respekta - treat with respect |

dustrati - (zwo) ill-treat, abuse, mistreat |

trata - (kwo) treatment (process or manner of treating); approach (method of dealing with)

166. trauma

- (kwo) trauma, injury |

traumi - (zwo) traumatize |

trauma depatmen - (kwo) trauma department (at a hospital)

167. traur

- (kwo) mourning |

traur-ney - (kwel) mourning

168. travidibile

- (kwel) transparent |

(Origin: tra+vidi+bile)

169. treba

- (sta) it is necessary; require |

Treba zwo se olo til aksham. - It is necessary to do it all till the evening. |

Es tarde, nu treba go a dom. - It is late, we must go home. |

Treba pyu jen. - More people are needed/required. |

Regula treba klarisa. - The rule needs clarification. |

Sey kwesta treba kaulusa. - This question requires consideration. |

("treba" has a wider meaning than "gai", "nidi", "mus", and can be used in most cases) |

Slavic

170. trefi

- (zwo) hit, not miss; overtake, strike, befall, (med.) affect |

trefi nishan - hit the target |

trefi-ney (trefen) bay kula - bullet-stricken |

disasta trefi-te lu - he was overtaken by disaster |

sin trefi - beside the mark |

shuti bu trefi - miss one's shot |

mistrefi - (zwo) miss, fail to hit |

trefishil - (kwel) accurate (in shooting) |

trefa - (kwo) hit (successfully executed shot or blow) |

trefnik - (kwo) marksman |

German

171. tremi

- (zwo) tremble |

ek-tremi - flinch, give a start |

trema - (kwo) tremble, tremor |

ardatrema - (kwo) earthquake (also "sisma") |

Syn.: sheiki

172. tren

- (kwo) train (a line of connected railroad cars) |

trenyuan - (kwo) conductor (in a train)

173. trepi

- (zwo) flutter |

trepi bay alas - flap the wings, flutter |

trepa - (kwo) flutter, trepidation |

Russian

174. tresor

- (kwo) treasure |

Catalan

175. treta

- (kwo) trait, feature

176. tri

- (kwanto) three (3) |

li tri jen - the three of them |

trifen |

un de trifen - one third; dwa de trifen - two thirds |

trifenka - (kwo) third |

triple - (kwel) threefold, triple |

triplem - (komo) triply |

trishi - thirty |

tristo - three hundred |

tri-ney - third |

tri-nem - thirdly, in the third place

177. triangula

- (kwo) triangle

178. tribu

- (kwo) tribe |

Spanish

179. tribunal

- (kwo) tribunal |

Syn.: judiguan

180. tribut

- (kwo) tribute |

fai tribut on koywan - impose tribute on smb |

pagi tribut - pay tribute

181. tridi

- (kwo) Wednesday

182. triger

- (kwo) trigger |

trigeri - (zwo ) trigger

183. trimeska

- (kwo) quarter (period of 3 months) |

(Origin: tri+mes+(i)ka)

184. trimi

- (zwo) trim, cut

185. triste

- (kwel) sad (sorrowful) |

tristitaa - (kwo) sadness |

tristefai - (zwo) be sad |

French |

Syn.: griva-ney

186. triumfa

- (kwo) triumph |

triumfa-arka - triumphal arch |

triumfi - (zwo) triumph

187. tro

- (komo) too, too much |

Sey taska es tro mushkile fo me. - This task is too difficult for me. |

Sey lampa bu es tro yarke. - This lamp is not too bright. |

Yu gun ya tro. - You do work too much. |

Es ya tro! - That's too much! That's going too far! That beats everything! |

fai tro, troisi - (zwo) overdo, go too far; exaggerate |

troisa - (zwo) exaggeration

188. trofee

- (kwo) trophy |

Estonian

189. tromba

- (kwo) thrombus

190. trombon

- (kwo) trombone

191. trompi

- (zwo) deceive, mislead |

fa-trompi por koysa - be mistaken by smth |

trompa - (kwo) deception, deceit |

Syn.: juli

192. tron

- (kwo) throne |

Greek

193. tronka

- (kwo) trunk (of tree, of a human or animal)

194. tropika

- (kwo) tropic |

tropike - (kwel) tropic, tropical

195. troti

- (zwo) trot (along)

196. truk

- (kwo) trick (feat; knack, artifice; conjuring trick) |

trukyuan - (kwo) conjurer, magician

197. trumpeta

- (kwo) trumpet |

Latin

198. trupa

- (kwo) troupe; herd, flock, troop, swarm; crowd |

trupas - (kwo) troops (military forces) |

See also: gurta, jenmenga

199. tsar

- (kwo) tsar (emperor of Russia) |

Russian

200. tsunami

- (kwo) tsunami |

Japanese

201. Turkiye

- (kwo) Turkey |

Turkiye-jen - (kwo) inhabitant/citizen of Turkey

202. tu

- (gramatika) (the infinitive particle, substantivation) |

Tu samaji es tu pardoni. - To understand is to forgive. |

Tu fobisi es muy fasile. - To scare, it's very easy.

203. tualet

- (kwo) WC, lavatory, toilet (cf. "tuvalet") |

tualet papir - toilet paper

204. tualya

- (kwo) towel |

Hiligaynon

205. tuan

- (kwo) lump, clod, clot; clew, ball |

volvi swa inu tuan - roll/curl (oneself) up into a ball |

tuangrunta - lumpy soil |

tuan in gorla - a lump in the throat |

Mandarin

206. tuba

- (kwo) 1) pipe, tube; barrel (of a gun) |

dwa-tuba-ney banduk - double-barrelled gun |

2) tuba (mus.)

207. tudun

- (kwo) hillock, knoll, mound, tussock |

Mandarin

208. tufi

- (zwo) suffocate, strangle, choke, smother, stifle; drown (mask by a louder sound) |

tufi shum - to stifle the noise |

shum tufi suy vos - the noise drowned his voice |

dus-herba tufi sereal - weeds choke the corn |

tufi-she - (kwel) suffocating, choking; stifling; stuffy, close

209. tuh

- (kwo) a piece of cloth, kerchief |

avantuh - (kwo) apron |

poshtuh - (kwo) handkerchief

210. tuhmat

- (kwo) slander, calumny |

tuhmati - (zwo) calumniate, slander, libel |

Uzbek

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