semblance

semblance
{'sembləns}
n подобие, образ, (външен) вид
to put on a SEMBLANCE of anger/gaiety, etc. правя се на ядосан/весел и пр.
to bear the SEMBLANCE of приличам на, имам вид на
SEMBLANCE of justice нещо като/поне малко правосъдие/справедливост
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{'semblъns} n подобие; образ, (външен) вид; to put on a semblance o
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n външен вид;semblance; n подобие; образ, (външен) вид; to put on a semblance of anger/gaiety, etc. правя се
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1. n подобие, образ, (външен) вид 2. semblance of justice нещо като/поне малко правосъдие/справедливост 3. to bear the semblance of приличам на, имам вид на 4. to put on a semblance of anger/gaiety, etc. правя се на ядосан/весел и пр
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semblance[´sembləns] n образ, (външен) вид; подобие; to bear the \semblance of an angel and the heart of a devil с ангелско лице и дяволска душа; in the \semblance of във вид на; to put on a \semblance of правя се (преструвам се) на.

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