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# tarkime in English:

## 1. suppose

I suppose so.
I happen to prefer champagne to ditchwater, but there is no reason to suppose that the cosmos does.
If you sum up feminist counselling in a few words, I suppose it would be counselling done from a woman's standpoint.
Oh, well... thought Dima. "I suppose that I can't be picky at a time like this."
When it comes to Chinese books that are overvalued worldwide I suppose it's Sun Tzu, isn't it?
It is a general popular error to suppose the loudest complainers for the publick to be the most anxious for its welfare.
I suppose that what we mean by beauty is that object, spiritual or material, more often material, which satisfies our aesthetic sense.
What a mess...I suppose there's nothing for it but restricting admissions. Handing out numbered tickets or something.
With this one exception, it is quite wrong to suppose that a simple culture will also have a simple language.
I pay my university fees to go to university by part-time work. Well, I'm a 'working student' I suppose.
Imagine a problem such as this: Suppose your brother has a car accident.
We can save on translations by giving it to an employee whose mother speaks that language. -- And I suppose you save on the cost of a doctor by seeing someone whose mother had been a doctor?
I suppose (that) I suppose you're right. So things worked out for the best, I suppose. 'Aren't you pleased?' 'Yes, I suppose so.'
But each to his own, I suppose. / 2. Nobody supposed that they would win. / 3. I don't suppose you know the code. / 4. Don't suppose we can do this again.