1. to not have or not have enough of something that is needed or wanted
English word "lack"(to not have or not have enough of something that is needed or wanted) occurs in sets:Throwaway culture (4.02.2019)Throwaway culture (6.02.2019)
Democracy is the worst form of government, except all the others that have been tried.
How nice of you!
It took me more than two hours to translate a few pages of English.
A box of chocolates
We were sitting peacefully at dinner, when all of a sudden the lights went out.
To the best of my knowledge, this chemical will prevent germs from breeding.
Eat a live frog every morning, and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.
Genes consist of a specific sequence of DNA.
Carpentry and bricklaying are examples of manual labor.
By the age of seven, he had already made his own bow and arrows.
When we started out in 2009, I was convinced that our store would become one of the best in the city.
I'm very particular about what kind of people I invite into my house.
If a man wants to learn to sound like a native speaker of Japanese, he shouldn't only learn Japanese from women. The reverse is true for a woman.
Something you should know about me is that I half of what I say is meaningless.
The book's major deficiency is its poor plot.
Pregnant women often suffer from iron deficiency.
Body temperature rising, pulse rising ... he's in a state of oxygen deficiency.