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1. sett sett



Inglés palabrarégler"(sett) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fiches du livre - "Fritiofs Saga" (Esaias Tegner)
Fiches du livre - "Piece Goods Manual" (A. E. Blanco)
Fiches du livre - "Trial of Deacon Brodie" (Various)
Fiches du livre - "A Word to Women" (Mrs. C. E. Hu...
Fiches du livre - "Canterbury" (W. Teignmouth Shore)

2. tune


Play us a tune.
Tom played a Spanish folk tune on his English horn at a Chinese restaurant in France.
What's the name of this tune?
The tune was not familiar to me.
Tom went to school to learn how to tune pianos.
I still try to dance when I hear a salsa tune.
Every time a man is begotten and born, the clock of human life is wound up anew to repeat once more its same old tune that has already been played innumerable times, movement by movement and measure by measure, with insignificant variations.
That very tune reminded me of my adolescence.
Modern harps have a series of pedals that enable the performer to tune the instrument to any diatonic scale.
John said, "That's a beautiful tune."
Being at the concert hall full of young kids made an old duffer like me feel out of tune.
Younger Cubans tend to tune into the American television network.
Eh? This tune ... The playlist has looped.
The song is sung to the tune of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat".
Violinists have to tune their violins before they can play.

Inglés palabrarégler"(tune) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fiches du livre - "The Duel" (A. I. Kuprin)
Fiches du livre - "Heart Songs" (Jean Blewett)
Fiches du livre - "Songs Unsung" (Lewis Morris)
Fiches du livre - "Birds and Poets" (John Burroughs)
Fiches du livre - "The Factory Boy" (Madeline Leslie)

3. settle


That's settled.
A freezing beggar was brought into the hospital for treatment. However, he didn't have even one cent with which to settle the bill.
The family has the kind of natural organisation to deal with the tensions likely to characterise space trips of 200 years or longer to settle remote planets.
The first people that arrived in America settled in Massachusetts.
It then became necessary to settle the best route for the line to follow; and that was determined, in the first place, by the shape of the land it had to cross.
Poppy seed muffins are her favorites, but there are days when she must settle for blueberry.
However the air's bad in Tokyo, and there are too many people so I can't settle down.
to settle a debt, a payment, to settle a complaint, a dispute, an objection
You saw that the flies had come out with the sun and were beginning to settle on the body.
1. Surely we can settle this like civilized people. / 2. Good, well that's settled.
if Mark doesn't settle his bills soon he will have his electricity cut off.
Good, that's all settled - you send out the invitations for the party, and I'll organize the food.
After her husband's death, Jackie went to the city to settle his affairs.
I settle my nerves after a very tiring day by drinking beer in the evening.
Cough syrup. If I don't drink a mouthful before going on stage I can't settle down!

Inglés palabrarégler"(settle) ocurre en conjuntos:

Fiches du livre - "The World Peril of 1910" (Georg...
Fiches du livre - "Stories by Foreign Authors: Ger...
Fiches du livre - "The Anatomy of Bridgework" (Wil...