pagyvinti, atgaivinti, įdvasinti, įkvėpti gyvybę, pažvalintigyvas, įdvasintas
Verb(1) heighten or intensify(2) give lifelike qualities to(3) make lively(4) give new life or energy to
Adjective(1) belonging to the class of nouns that denote living beings(2) endowed with animal life as distinguished from plant life(3) endowed with feeling and unstructured consciousness
(1) Despite this similarity, there are still elemental differences between being alive and deceased, and between the animate and inanimate.(2) I can assume any form you please, animate or inanimate.(3) Perhaps it is hardships and the thrill of risk that animate life most fully, and perhaps it is freedom that binds.(4) The ├ö├ç├┐agent├ö├ç├û in question is merely an organic part of A's body and so not a rational agent or even an ├ö├ç├┐animate├ö├ç├û agent, in the sense in which an entire living organism is an animate agent.(5) I am late coming to this understanding of the creative power of art to touch us in unexpected ways but so grateful to finally feel the beat of animate life in the inanimate object.(6) This book will animate , engage and stimulate babies and have nursery classes jumping about with noisy enthusiasm.(7) The Tibetan medicine system believes that all phenomena (both animate and inanimate) are comprised of five fundamental elements.(8) So animate and lively in such strange ways, these people were definitely good people to hang out with.(9) A successful actor-network brings together animate and inanimate objects and resources into a complex, everchanging resilient heterogeneous network.(10) It is this quality that makes Griffiths' poetry good - that touching distance between the animate and the inanimate, life and words, that can be breached by poetry.(11) We shifted our perspective, slowed ourselves down and began to notice the world as a living, breathing beauty, an animate environment of which we humans are a portion, but not its possessors.(12) Metaphors animate and renew meanings; metaphysics supplies tools to think with.(13) In Paris and later, a strong sense of color continued to animate his work.(14) All of God's creation, animate and inanimate, reflected God's generosity toward his creatures and evoked an outpouring of praise and thanks.(15) But equally essential to making sense of the chaos of the world and our place in it, is our ability to distinguish between objects and different kinds of things, so living or dead, animate or inanimate.(16) Explaining the logic of numerology, he says, everybody and everything, animate or inanimate, has vibrations.
1. living ::
2. sentient ::
3. enliven ::
4. recreate ::
5. inspire ::
1. dead ::
2. inactive ::
3. inanimate ::
4. lackadaisical ::
5. languid ::
6. limp ::
7. listless ::
8. vapid ::
animate, animated, animates, animating
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