Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

matyt in English:

1. apparently


Apparently ice is lethal!
In the financial world opposition is apparently increasing against the withdrawal of the proposed bill.
The lake was ringed by a fence, apparently for health and safety reasons.
The ownership of women begins in the lower barbarian stages of culture, apparently with the seizure of female captives. The original reason for the seizure and appropriation of women seems to have been their usefulness as trophies.
The magician Sarah. Apparently people call her "The Great Mage" or some such.
His criminal record is apparently for murder, but he won't start to talk about the details.
It's apparently a metaphor for something uncatchable, light of body and fleet of foot.
By the by, this ability to will fire into existence is apparently called pyrokinesis.
Educational autism in the California school system apparently has looser criteria than the DSM-IV's series of autistic disorders.
The shirt she apparently seriously thought suited me I turned down and decided to accept a light blue polo shirt.
The story that, "Apparently the new primary school curriculum will teach that pi as 3" spread this March.
Apparently, this is our contribution to curtailing bureaucracy. And it's apparently okay to marry a boy from Georgia, but not to have hair from Texas. The process, which is apparently still ongoing, started 12 years ago.
Yes, apparently one of the lecturers at a college died last night. / 2. Well, apparently a lot happened while I was in the city.
1. He had no notes - apparently he needed none. Apparently, she considered me an easy mark. 2. Apparently, they broke up. He was brave only apparently.
Cars that, when new, cost 3,000,000 yen are apparently now worth 300,000, so I think I'll use mine a little longer.