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English Detroja Dictionary
My English Dictionary
Completely; totally. Including everything or everyone; in total
: "he had forty-six children altogether".
completely - entirely - wholly - quite - totally - fully
With or in proximity to another person or people
: "they stood together".
Self-confident, level-headed, or well organized:
"she seems a very together young woman".
Be all around (someone or something)
: "the hotel is surrounded by its own gardens".
A thing that forms a border or edging around an object
: "an oak fireplace surround".
verb. encircle - enclose - encompass - inclose - besetnoun. border
A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence, and forming the main part of the predicate of a sentence, such as hear,...
A bathroom in a public building.
stoilet - lavatory - bathroom - washroom - water closet
Speak loudly. Scream loudly.
Yell, Cry, Scream
Why are you yelling at me?
Why are you shouting at me?
Khi Khi Khi karavu.
Laugh vs Grin vs Smile vs Smirk
Laugh: Loudest, Express loudly
Grin: In-between, a big smile but not as big as laugh.
Smile: A gentle subtle
Smirk: A fake smile - smiling at someone's stupidity.