Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

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1. noticed noticed


Nobody noticed her absence.
Ancient astronomers noticed constellations and gave them names.
In my class I noticed a girl student who was particularly intent on studying Chinese.
As he looked through the store window, Dima's eyes widened as they fell upon a gorgeous black suit, and then widened even more when he noticed the 3,000,000.99 BYR price tag.
I noticed that I got a more lasting satisfaction from works of a more incomplete character.
Here ... the sound of the cicadas is different. "Oh my, I'm impressed you noticed. You've got a good sense of pitch!"
As she fetched Dima the suit, the shopkeeper noticed smears of blood on his shirt, and couldn't help but stare in shock.
For four years, he cut the grass at the original price, but I noticed that toward the end of that year, he had a helper with him quite often.
In this way a passing boat noticed them, thanks to Takeda's scream, and they survived without incident.
I was assailed by the stupid, but unshakeable, idea that if I was imprudent enough to move my hand I'd be noticed.
The other day I noticed I was driving around with the parking brake on. It's a wonder the car could even move.
What I most noticed about my Japanese high school, however, was the great respect shown by students toward their teachers.
I quietly take out my camera, so as not to be noticed by my photographic subject, and peek through the finder.
I noticed your Model 123 in the January 1997 issue of Techno-World Magazine.