Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

pamiršo in English:

1. forgot

I forgot.
He forgot part of his speech and had to ad-lib for a while.
I forgot what the exact price was, but it was about 170 dollars.
No one forgot their assignment, did they?
Last year, I spent so much time by myself that I almost forgot how to communicate effectively with others.
My wife has had it in for me since I forgot her birthday.
After that, I left, but then I realized that I forgot my backpack at their house.
Ah! I forgot again! I was supposed to go to the library to return a book today!
Teach me how to fold a paper crane. I forgot how to fold it.
Should old acquaintance be forgot, And never brought to mind?
John got suddenly ill, but in the case of Bill, he simply forgot about the meeting.
He never forgot his ambition to become a great statesman.
He forgot to say he would be late, and to make matters worse, the traffic was bad.
After the interruption I went back to my reading but forgot where I'd left off.
A-ha-ha ... sorry. I forgot my contacts, Unless I'm right here I can't see it.