Space travel to faraway solar systems will probably be a family affair conducted by married couples and their kids.
I think my husband is having an affair - he's being very secretive about the text messages he gets on his phone.
Uncut footage of the governor's affair has surfaced on the Internet.
Since they didn't tie the knot following a grand love affair, it wasn't a matter of blind love.
Literary composition is a great achievement that concerns the ruling of a state, a splendid affair of eternal standing.
For my part, I travel not to go anywhere, but to go. I travel for travel's sake. The great affair is to move.
Would King Albert have an affair with Princess Diana? I think not. He's too fat.
Only a poor man knows what such a passion costs in cab-hire, gloves, linen, tailor's bills, and the like. If the Platonic stage lasts a little too long, the affair grows ruinous.
The Japanese Dentists Association affair is an incident concerning secret donations from the Japanese Dentists Association to Diet members belonging to the LDP.
romans He's been having an affair with a woman at work. be sb's affair If something is your affair, it is private and you do not want anyone else to be involved or know about it. ≈ to (jest) czyjaś sprawa. Your private affairs don't concern me.
The organization should have control of its own financial affairs. the minister for foreign affairs current affairs
Otherwise, and I would like to make this quite clear, it is a Hungarian affair.
He had a lot of important affairs to take care of. He's good at organising his financial affairs.
A Dothraki wedding without at least three deaths is considered a dull affair.
2. an example of a particular situation or of something happening
If we stop here, we'll be right back where we started!
Lost in thought, I missed my stop.
I think it's time for me to stop allowing her to always have her own way.
If you stop and relax, this will relieve the tension and stress in your shoulders.
It's nearly lunchtime. Why don't we stop to have a bite to eat?
They'll stop at nothing to achieve their political goals.
Would you please stop singing so loudly? This is not a cheap drinking place.
We must stop using ozone-depleting chemicals immediately.
Imagine if you started hiccoughing and you couldn't stop.
There are shuttle buses that stop at several hotels in Tokyo.
You know that your English is good when people stop complimenting you on how good your English is.
I'm a bit down because a blogger friend of mine has decided to stop blogging.
Why don't we stop arguing over these piddling matters and get to the issues at hand?
We had to stop over in San Francisco for two hours due to the fog.
English word "case"(stop) occurs in sets:Prawnicze odpowiedniki
4. plead a case
Only a barrister can actually plead a case in court.
5. instance of a particular situation
English word "case"(instance of a particular situation) occurs in sets:Basic concepts
They are in comfortable circumstance.
a packet of crisps
My son eats two packets of crisps a day. I don’t think it’s healthy to do that.
I've just opened a packet of cheese slices.
A packet of cigarettes, please
Two packets of biscuits, please.
Finally! The postman bring me packet.
I send you the packet.
She put a packet of peanuts in his packed lunch.
This book is the literary equivalent of Haribo sweets: you only want to eat one, but end up devouring the whole packet.
English word "case"(packet) occurs in sets:Part 4 (Blue)
Those twins look like two peas in a pod.
Sprawdź pod łóżkiem.
Nie kładź klucza pod wycieraczkę.
Orcas hunt in their pods
Chłopiec schował się pod stołem.
The butterfly emerged from the pod.
Mysz jest pod kartonem
His whole family is like that. They're like peas in a pod.
English word "case"(pod) occurs in sets:Part 5 (Purple)
10. facts or arguments supporting an opinion
English word "case"(facts or arguments supporting an opinion) occurs in sets:Advanced English words that start with "C"
11. a set of reasons why something should happen or be done
English word "case"(a set of reasons why something should happen or be done) occurs in sets:The Photographer's Image in Motion Pictures 1
12. A set of arguments in a situation that might become legal or is already legal in nature
English word "case"(A set of arguments in a situation that might become legal or is already legal in nature) occurs in sets:3a vocabulary
13. a suitcase