Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

rokas in English:

1. hands hands

Hands off.
Notice the hands of the people you meet and you will be surprised to see how different and how interesting they are.
Washing your hands regularly is a good way to prevent catching some diseases.
I may seem confident, but I get extremely nervous speaking in front of people. My hands tremble, I get all tongue-tied, and sometimes I don't even know what I'm saying myself.
All hands, abandon ship!
On being introduced to somebody, a British person often shakes hands.
The opposing team did not put up much of a fight, so we won hands down.
You are, hands down, the biggest idiot I've ever met.
He gently took the paper out of her hands and said, "It's time to rest."
If God doesn't exist in our world, then I will create God with my own hands.
Her arms were wrapped around her knees, her chin rested on her locked hands.
It's the answer that led those who've been told for so long, by so many, to be cynical and fearful and doubtful about what we can achieve, to put their hands on the arc of history and bend it once more toward the hope of a better day.
Swinging their swords with two hands, the warriors bravely battled their enemies to the end.
Just wait till I get my hands on that two-timing bastard!
He tried to seem calm but his trembling hands betrayed him.