Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

priminti in English:

1. resemble


Which parent does the child resemble?
Young tigers resemble cats.
I think I resemble my mother, but she thinks I look more like my dad.
Life resembles a novel more often than novels resemble life.
All happy families resemble each other, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
These mountains resemble The Rocky Mountains.
He strongly resembles his father in appearance and in temperament
Much as we resemble one another, none of us are exactly alike.
Rather than coming to resemble each other, it feels like they are birds of a feather.
it resembles a real-world application
The situation resembles that of Europe in 1940
it resembles the horizontal and vertical lines in the rock formations and other natural features
A suite would normally resemble a luxurious apartment
Poor James resembles his late father in this regard. Such men wither in times of peace.
Near the bed, the composite aluminium robot, with a human shape and with a rubber skin, cleverly painted to resemble human skin, glued to its body, was standing naked.

2. remind


What does this hat remind you of?
Let me remind you again that March 31st is the due date.
The group put up posters to remind people that noise is harmful.
I must remind myself
We remind you that our terms are 60 days net.
Such a one alone can remind us of our faults.
We remind you that all library books are due to be returned by 15th October.
All I could mumble in response was that when I was a man of fifty, my mother would lean out of the window when I left and remind me not to drive too fast.
All the vibraslap does is remind everyone of the band Cake, which may be undesirable in some situations.
Don’t forget to water the plants. He reminded me to water the plants.
That reminds me, you forgot your rat tonic,” said Hermione
Use the information below the video to remind yourself how to help someone who is having a stroke.
Mum asked me to remind her to buy cabbage at the grocer’s.
The only thing I can remind him is to take medecine.
remind someone to / of / about something. I can’t think of his name – can you remind me? I need the notes to remind me what to say.

3. to point out


I would like to point out how important she is to us.
I should once again like to point out that we need reform and not stalemate.

English word "priminti"(to point out) occurs in sets:

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