was perpetuated, commemorated () [..., ' 319]
perpetuation, commemoration
to perpetuate, commemorate [..., ' 319]
breast-feeding
vengeance, vendetta ()
to apply artificial respiration [..., ' 237]
was given artificial respiration () [; ] { : , }
resuscitation, respiration
severance, being cut off ()
to explain [..., ' 335]
was explained () [; ] { : }
explanation
information, explanation
Ministry of information -
explanatory, informative
to hand over, turn in [..., ' 337]
was handed over, turned in () [..., ' 337] { : , }
1. quarantine
2. blockage, embargo
3. things in parentheses
1. shutting in, confinement
2. extradition
to settle, put in order [..., ' 338]
was settled, put in order () [; ] { : , , }
arrangement, settlement, agreement
camouflage ()
to camouflage, conceal () [...\..., ' 341]
was camouflaged, concealed () [; ]
hesitation, vacillation ()
to put distance between, remove [; ; ] { : , }
1. to transport
2. to give a lift
[..., ' 311] { : , }
1. to conclude, deduce
2. to warm, heat
[..., ' 312]
to draw conclusions { : }
to remove, take off [..., ' 341] { : , }
to incite, inflame [..., ' 341] { : }
to agree, concur [..., ' 346]
was agreed () [; ] { : , , }
agreement, accord, contract
interim agreement -
agreeing
escalation
1. to authorize, ordain
2. to make adjacent
[..., ' 351] { : }
to cause to blush, redden [..., ' 353]
1. was authorized, ordained
2. was placed next to...
() [..., ' 351] { : , , }
1. ordination, authorization
2. placing next to...
blushing
to hesitate, vacillate () [..., ' 115]
hesitancy, vacillation
indecisive, hesitant
1. was transported
2. was given a lift
() [..., ' 311] { : , }
transportation by ground
to stir up, agitate [..., ' 355]
was stirred up, agitated () [; ] { : , }
eulogy, obituary
to give an eulogy [..., ' 356]
1. to manage to do
2. to be sufficient, adequate
3. to supply with...
[..., 358] { : , , }
1. output, productivity
2. capacity of machine or worker
supply
1. was concluded, deduсed
2. was heated, warmed
() [..., ' 312] { : }
heating
central heating