good Rumania

pengucapan
n. avantaj, avute, bine, bunuri, marfă, marfă: mărfuri, om: oamenii virtuoşi, profit
a. bun, cuminte, cumsecade, amplu, reuşit, bine făcut, favorabil, frumos, agreabil, sănătos, plăcut, nimerit, îmbucurător, plin de bunătate, binevoitor, complet, necesar, nostim, valabil, prezenta: care prezintă toate garanţiile

Contoh kalimat

Did you have a good weekend?
Ai avut un sfârşit de săptămână plăcut?
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Did you have a good weekend?
Ai avut un weekend plăcut?
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Good morning, everybody.
Bună dimineața la toată lumea.
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Good morning, everyone.
Bună dimineața la toată lumea.
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The runner got a good start.
Alergătorul a luat un start bun.
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These shoes are good for walking in deep snow.
Aceste cizme sunt bune pentru mersul prin zăpadă mare.
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Good night and sweet dreams.
Noapte bună şi vise plăcute.
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Good night, Mom.
Noapte bună, mamă.
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You can be sure that the money you give them will be put to good use.
Poți fi sigur că banii pe care îi dai lor vor fi folosiți cu căpătâi.
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There's a good chance that this year's rice crop will be up on last year's.
Există o probabilitate ridicată ca recolta de orez din acest an să fie la nivelul celei de anul trecut.
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Sinonim

having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified: satisfactory, peachy, not bad, good enough, smashing, respectable, well-behaved, quality, redeeming, best, superb, better, hot, obedient, nifty, goodish, acceptable, well behaved, dandy, corking, bully, swell, favourable, favorable, cracking, bang-up, groovy, great, solid, keen, slap-up, neat
having the normally expected amount: full, ample
morally admirable: virtuous, right, angelic, saintly, goody-goody, saving, saintlike, redeeming, sainted, moral, beatific, goodness, worthy, redemptive, white, righteous, angelical
benefit: vantage, common good, commonweal, advantage
moral excellence or admirableness: benignity, graciousness, saintliness, beneficence, summum bonum, virtuousness, moral excellence, virtue, goodness, kindness, benignancy, morality
deserving of esteem and respect: reputable, honorable, estimable, respectable
(often used as a combining form) in a good or proper or satisfactory manner or to a high standard (`good' is a nonstandard dialectal variant for `well'): well



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