He is mean.
If you raise an eyebrow, it can mean "I want to have sex with you", but also "I find that what you just said is completely idiotic."
When my doctor told me to eat more vegetables, he didn't mean French fries.
The plants' mean height was 10,3 centimetres but some of them were as high as 15 centimetres.
He’s not very nice. He can be quite mean.
I mean it's just another manifestation of internet addiction really.
They don't use 'celeb' to mean 'rich man' over there. By which I determine that you are Japanese.
Although it's "Mac OS X", that doesn't mean that the Mac OS code itself has been upgraded to a new version.
The Waterfront's success could mean that other cities soon follow, creating areas that offer people a new kind of city living, with all the benefits and none of the stress, noise and pollution of crowded centres.
Did you know that when you say "America", it can mean the USA or the continent of both Americas?
It's written abazure (bitch). Surely this must mean a slut?
What do we mean by "global optimization"? It's kind of like if I gave you a pair of binoculars and told you to find me the highest mountain in the world, using only your eyes.
Being "really busy" does not mean running around and acting like you don't have time for anyone or anything.
In particular, it is customary for actual examples of use of the harmonic mean to generally cover "average speed," and explain no further than that.
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The book purports to be a new revelation from God.
Macierewicz told listeners to Radio Maryja in 2002 that he had read Protocols of the Elders of Zion, a pamphlet that purports to be a Jewish plan to control the global economy and media, but which has been exposed as a hoax.
That would reassure us of Kenya's purported commitment to a free society under a power-sharing coalition government.
... the communities these laws purport to protect.
They purport to represent the wishes of the majority of parents at the school.
English word "znaczyć"(purport) occurs in sets:Fiszki z książki - "A Dead Reckoning" (T. W. Speight)Fiszki z książki - "Viscount Dundee" (Louis A. Barbé)Fiszki z książki - "Kept in the Dark" (Anthony Tro...Fiszki z książki - "A Minor Poet and Other Verse" ...Fiszki z książki - "Tourmalin's Time Cheques" (F. ...
the term ‘modern science’ usually connotes a complete openness to empirical testing
English word "znaczyć"(connote) occurs in sets:Fiszki z książki - "The Path to Rome" (Hilaire Bel...Fiszki z książki - "The Antichrist" (F. W. Nietzsche)Fiszki z książki - "Mariquita A Novel" (John Aysco...Fiszki z książki - "The Daffodil Fields" (John Mas...Fiszki z książki - "Dead Souls" (Nikolai Vasilievi...
4. mean meant meant
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5. mean meant
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It doesn't matter.
That matter was decided by the Supreme Court.
No matter how often I tell her, she keeps making the same mistake.
Making light of cavities can be a matter of life and death.
He got tired of being the devil's advocate and now agrees with every idea they suggest, no matter how dumb.
So far as this matter is concerned, I am completely satisfied.
The millionaire insisted on acquiring the masterpiece no matter how much it cost.
I have a complicated matter I want to discuss with you.
In the matter of food and clothing, we are pretty well off.
How to deal with environmental pollution is a serious matter.
You say I should know him quite well, but as a matter of fact, I was introduced to him only last week.
Your joke is funny no matter how many times I hear it.
I was going to speak to his father about that matter, but thought better of it.
No matter what your profession, or how happy you may be in it, there are moments when you wish you had chosen some other career.
Morality is mostly a matter of how much temptation you can withstand.
7. stand for
I will not stand for this kind of behaviour in my house
The initials EU stand for European Union.
I don't stand for your bahaviour.
i won't stand for rudeness
What does IFV stand for? It stands for infantry fighting vehicle.
KFC stands for Kentucky Fried Chicken. What does KFC stand for?
Could you tell us what those initials stand for?
What does CRE stand for
We're not going to stand for this injustice any longer.
Letters "IELTS" stand for International English Language Testing System.
The f’s stand for ‘fully furnished’
I'm not surprised that Mrs. Adamson rejected your report. She won't stand for that work.
I wouldn't stand for that sort of behaviour from him, if I were you.
he can't speak to me like this- I won't stand for it!
She is intending to stand for Parliament.
English word "znaczyć"(stand for) occurs in sets:Czasowniki frazowephrasale najpopularniejsze
Are you implying that I am not loyal to this company? Because I am!
His silence seemed to imply agreement.
What does his silence imply?
What does "There is a tide" imply?
Are you implying that...?
But, that can imply good or bad!
Does "juice" in Japan imply juice in a can?
The more I study for an exam, the worse I do! I guess correlation does not imply causation.
He's been implying from the start that he knows who the thief is.
What are you implying?
This may or may not be an error, but it does not necessarily imply a systemic failing.
Socialism implies equality. Are you implying (that) I'm fat?
The police officer said that asking a few questions did not imply that a person was guilty of any offence.
His silence seemed to imply agreement. The survey implies (that) more people are moving house than was thought.
Many websites prohibit misleading usernames that imply an official role on the website such as "admin," "administrator," "webmaster," "system operator," "sysop," or "moderator."