forbear

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forbear englannista suomeksi

  1. esi-isä

  2. välttää

  3. pidättyä, hillitä itsensä

  1. estää, välttää

  2. estyä

  3. kieltäytyä

  4. hillitä itsensä">hillitä itsensä, pidättyä tekemästä jotakin">tekemästä jotakin

forbear englanniksi

  1. To away from; to avoid; to abstain from.

  2. (quote-book), and Mr. Baron Thorpe|Thorpe, Justices of Assize, for High Treason:(nb...)| editor=Cobbett|William Cobbett| title=Cobbett’s Complete Collection of State Trials and Proceedings for High Treason and Other Crimes and Misdemeanours from the Earliest Period to the Present Time| location=London| publisher=Printed by Curson Hansard|Thomas Curson Hansard,(nb...); published by R. Bagshaw ''et al.''| year=1649| year_published=1809| volume=IV| column=1266| columnurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=37RCAAAAcAAJ&pg=PA1265| oclc=557893808| passage=Mr. Sheriff, I desire that this manacling may be forborn: if you please to clap a guard of a hundred men upon us, I shall pay for it. This is not only a disgrace to me, but in general to all soldiers; which doth more trouble me than the loss of my life.

  3. 1926, (w), ''Seven Pillars of Wisdom'', New York: Anchor (1991), p. 170:

  4. Poor Arabs wondered why I had no mare; I forbore to puzzle them by incomprehensible talk of hardening myself, or confess I would rather walk than ride for sparing of animals:
  5. (quote-journal)

  6. To refrain from proceeding; to pause; to delay.

  7. (RQ:Shakespeare Merchant of Venice)

  8. (RQ:King James Version)

  9. To refuse; to decline; to withsay; to unheed.

  10. To control oneself when provoked.

  11. (RQ:Cowper Poems)

  12. The kindest and the happiest pair / Will find occasion to forbear.
  13. (alternative spelling of)

  14. 1906 2004, ''Memoirs of the Lord of Joinville,'' Ethel Wedgwood tr.

  15. Sirs, I am quite sure that the King of England's forbears rightly and justly lost the conquered lands that I hold ...
  16. 1936 2004, Raymond William Firth, ''We the Tikopia'' http://print.google.com/print?hl=en&id=Eiji-EnuhXUC&pg=PA345&lpg=PA345&sig=aB2VV0fcWv6lkQPQatQQbDhlm_8

  17. One does not take one’s family name therefrom, and again the position of the mother in that group is determined through her father and his male forbears in turn; this too is a patrilineal group.
  18. (quote-text)