|sopiva englanniksi||decent, convenient, eligible, adapt, adequate, appropriate, apropos, apposite, fit, suitable, reasonable, likely, congenial, applicable, fitting, favourable|
: ux|en|Are you decent? May I come in?
: ux|en|Hes a decent saxophonist, but probably not good enough to make a career of it.
: ux|en|There are a decent number of references out there, if you can find them.
: Fast food might be convenient, but its also very unhealthy.
: They could not adapt to the new climate and so perished.
: rfquotek|Jonathan Swift
*: Ireland had no adequate champion.
*: All day, as I drove upon my round, I turned over the case in my mind and found no explanation which appeared to me to be adequate.
: It [is] an impossibility for any creature to adequate God in his eternity. — Shelford.
: The headmaster wondered what an appropriate measure would be to make the pupil behave better.
*: in its strict and appropriate meaning
*: appropriate acts of divine worship
*: It is not at all times easy to find words appropriate to express our ideas.
: I dont think it was appropriate for the cashier to tell me out loud in front of all those people at the check-out that my hair-piece looked like it was falling out of place.
: While it is not considered appropriate for a professor to date his student, there is no such concern once the semester has ended.
: rfquote|William Paley|lang=en
: ux|en|Let no man appropriate the use of a common benefit.
: ux|en|A spot of ground is appropriated for a garden.
: ux|en|to appropriate money for the increase of the navy
*: “I call on Congress today to act immediately to appropriate whatever is necessary to put armed police officers in every single school in this nation,” LaPierre said.
*: Nothing easier. I received not long ago a map from my friend, Augustus Petermann, at Leipzig. Nothing could be more apropos.
*: Sherlock Holmes rose and lit his pipe. "No doubt you think that you are complimenting me in comparing me to Dupin," he observed. "Now, in my opinion, Dupin was a very inferior fellow. That trick of his of breaking in on his friends thoughts with an apropos remark after a quarter of an hours silence is really very showy and superficial. He had some analytical genius, no doubt; but he was by no means such a phenomenon as Poe appeared to imagine."
*: Few have the same root and branch obsession with the recent past or the avenger’s recall (‘the necessity for long memory and sarcasm in argument’, as he wrote apropos the old left intelligentsia in New York).
: Tonight there’s a full moon, which is apt, since the election night will bring out the lunatics.
*: a river ... apt to be forded by a lamb
*: My vines and peaches...were apt to have a soot or smuttiness upon their leaves and fruit.
*: This tree, if unprotected, is apt to be stripped of its leaves by a leaf-cutting ant.
*: that lofty pity with which prosperous folk are apt to remember their grandfathers
*: An apt wit.
*: (Although I) live a thousand years, I shall not find myself so apt to die.
*: Medical Topography would be the most apposite title, since it comprehends the principal objects of investigation;....
*: Flora, however, received the remark as if it had been of a most apposite and agreeable nature; approvingly observing aloud that Mr F.’s Aunt had a great deal of spirit.
*: Rough-neck is a capital word; it is more apposite and savory than the English navvy, and it is over-whelmingly more American.
*: In other words, they are used to name, rather than to describe. They are apposite nouns and not adjectives.
*: If the shift in theatrical setting and the shift in dramaturgy are at all related, they are apposite developments, independent yet homologous signs of a changing political and cultural climate.
: You have nothing to say about it. Ill do exactly as I see fit.
*: Is it fit to say a king, Thou art wicked?
: survival of the fittest
*: That which ordinary men are fit for, I am qualified in.
: You dont have to be a good climber for Kilimanjaro, but you do have to be fit.
: I think the girl working in the office is fit.
*: So fit to shoot, she singled forth among her foes who first her quarrys strength should feel.
: It fits the purpose.
*: The speaker should be certain that his subject fits the occasion.
: The small shirt doesnt fit me, so Ill buy the medium size.
: If I lose a few kilos, the gorgeous wedding dress might fit me.
: I wanted to borrow my little sisters jeans, but they didnt fit.
: I want to fit the drapes to the windows.
: I had a suit fitted by the tailor.
: These definitions fit most of the usage.
: The regression program fit a line to the data.
: The chandler will fit us with provisions for a month.
: Im fitting the ship for a summer sail home.
*: Nor fits it to prolong the feast.
: The paint, the fabrics, the rugs all fit.
: This shirt is a bad fit.
: Since he put on weight, his jeans have been a tight fit.
: Its hard to get a good fit using second-hand parts.
: The Wonder Bread advertising research results showed the “White Picket Fence” commercial had strong fit ratings.
*: Dr. Percy has written a long ballad in many fits.
*: to play some pleasant fit
: My grandfather died after having a fit.
: He had a laughing fit which lasted more than ten minutes.
: She had a fit and had thrown all of his clothes out of the window.
: He threw a fit when his car broke down.
: a reasonable being
: a reasonable demand, amount, or price
: $20 a bottle is very reasonable for a good wine at a restaurant.
: Rain is likely later this afternoon.
: They are likely to become angry with him.
: Jones is a likely candidate for management.
: not a very likely excuse.
: a likely topic for investigation.
: found a likely spot under a shady tree for the picnic.
: He is likely to succeed at anything he tries.
: ux|en|Likely hell win the election in this economy.
: The congenial bartender makes the Hog’s Head an inviting place to hang out during the weekends.
*: What was it that made this notion of mimesis, in spite of its inherent difficulties that only the dialectical method enables him to avoid, seem so useful and congenial to Plato?
: Im fitting to go home and sleep.
: the fittings of a church or study
: The candidate wearing the business suit made a favourable impression.
: We made quick progress, due to favourable winds.
: The rain stopped at a favourable time for our tennis match.
: She says that she was born under a favourable star.