English English Dictionary

English - English

land in English:

1. an area of ground an area of ground

English word "land"(an area of ground) occurs in sets:

Upbeat 5b-5D

2. take off take off

We have to wait for another plane to leave the runway before we can take off.
Her singing career had just begun to take off.
take off your jacket
May I take off my coat, please? / 2. Michael takes off his jacket and lies on the bed.
where i can take off my hoodie? your plane took (taken) off away an hour ago
When we got there it was snowing heavily, and the plane couldn’t take off, so we had to come home.
When I was young I loved watching planes take off. / She is really good at taking her teacher off. / He was so tired that he didin't even take his clothes off
Young children often take off their older siblings.
You can take off your t-shirt if you're feeling too hot.
Do you take off your shoes when you get into somebody else’s flat or house?
If you're hot, why not take off that jumper?
That is very important in order for us to know which aeroplanes can take off and when.
When I get home I always take off the jacket first and then the shoes.
I’d better take my shoes off. The plane should take off on time. Her business has really taken off. I’m taking Monday off to go to London.
The judge stared at Gandih and finally told him to take off his turban

3. study study

I study Spanish.
Before going to study in Paris, I must brush up on my French.
A new study suggests that hospital records for patients older than 65 are often incorrect, which may lead to serious treatment errors.
This experience will be invaluable as a way of improving the way I study English.
Repetition plays an important role in language study.
What surprised me most when I first entered college was how few of my classmates knew how to study efficiently.
The pay was good, and that was their only motivation to participate in the study.
His sickness made it impossible for him to continue his study.
I don't have to study tonight. I think I'll watch television for a while.
They think it is necessary to study the school system and educational environment of Japan.
His scores are always better than mine, even though he doesn't study very much.
The argument presented in Doyle's study was first published as a white paper on drug-related crimes.
It's getting easier to find audio files by native speakers for almost any language you might want to study.
If you can't go to an English-speaking country to study, perhaps you can find an English native speaker living nearby that can help you learn English.
The boy's plan was to study medicine and return to Saint Croix as a doctor.

4. lent lent

Have you finished reading the book I lent you last week?
She had forgotten her umbrella so I lent her mine.
By the way, what happened to the money I lent you?
The girl lent her friend her new typewriter.
You should not have lent the money to such a person.
I still owe my brother the ten dollars that he lent me last week.
She lent them a hand with their luggage.
I'd like to know when you plan to give me back the scissors I lent you.
I lent him a book but he still hasn't returned it.
I met him halfway and lent him $100.
You lent a book.
He lent me two books, neither of which I have read as yet.
I lent Mrs. Jones all the butter there was in the house.
Chris does not appreciate how Beth lost the clock he lent her.
He lent me a book, which was too difficult for me.

English word "land"(lent) occurs in sets:

czasowniki 3 forma

5. a piece of countryside a piece of countryside