to become more efficient / [; ; ] { : }
increasing efficiency ()
to consult with, take counsel () [..., ' 208] { : , , }
consultation ()
to prettify, beautify () [; ; ] { : , }
1. to be stabilized
2. to appear, report to...
() [..., ' 210] { : , , , }
1. stabilization
2. reporting to...
()
to become more expensive () [..., ' 214] { : , }
price hike ()
1. to allow, let
2. to set free
[..., ' 331] { : }
1. to sit, place oneself
2. to settle in, set up residence
() [..., ' 217] { : , , , , }
settlement, setting up residence ()
pertaining to settlement ()
1. becoming old, obsolete
2. to fall under statute of limitations
() [; ; ]
1. aging, obsolescence
2. statute of limitations
()
to become straight () [..., ' 219] { : , }
straightening, straightening up ()
to become an orphan / [..., ' 220]
was soldered, fused () [..., ' 330] { : }
1. to be honored
2. to be offered refreshments
[..., ' 221] { : , , , }
to be laundered, washed [..., ' 223] { : , }
to mean, intend () [..., ' 225]
intentionally { : , }
to prepare oneself, get ready [..., ' 225] { : , , }
1. getting ready
2. state of readiness
1. to bend oneself
2. to submit oneself to...
[..., 235] { : }
1. bending
2. submitting to...
1. to shrink, contract
2. to go into spasm
() [..., ' 226] { : }
1. contraction, shrinkage
2. going into spasms
()
to deny, disavow [..., ' 227] { : , }
to be destroyed, consumed [; ; ] { : , }
to come together, converge, meet [..., ' 232] { : , , , , }
1. meeting, conference, convention
2. convergence (math.)
to cover, wrap oneself [...\..., ' 233] { : , }
to write to, correspond with [..., ' 242] { : , , , }
correspondence
to fight, quarrel, brawl [..., ' 243] { : , }
quarreling, brawling
to doubt, hesitate [..., ' 244]
hesitation, indecisiveness
1. to be clarified
2. to be made white
[; ; ] { : , , }
to get dressed [..., ' 246] { : , , }
dressing up, clothing
to be enthusiastic [..., ' 247] { : , }
enthusiasm, excitement, fervor
to accompany, escort / [...\..., ' 248] { : , }
to complain [..., ' 249]
complaint, complaining
to joke, jest [..., ' 249]
1. joking, jesting
2. derision, mockery
to whisper [..., ' 252] { : , }
to become united [..., ' 253] { : , , , }
uniting, closing ranks
to become dirty, soiled [...., ' 254] { : ; }
becoming dirty, soiled
conflagration, catching fire
to lick oneself, lick ones lips [..., ' 258] { : }
1. perseverance, persistence
2. inertia
to confront, face, deal with [..., ' 259] { : , }
confronting, dealing with
to collapse, break down [..., ' 261] { : }
collapse, breakdown