English to Lithuanian Meaning of far - toli

Far :

Nuotolinis, tolimas, toli, atokus, kalnų, pažangus, pirmaujantis, judeti i prieki, priekyje, Persiųsti, aukščiau minėtas, pirmyn, ilgai

už, toli, platus, per daug, nepaprastai, labai

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Definitions of far in English
Noun(1) a terrorist organization that seeks to overthrow the government dominated by Tutsi and to institute Hutu control again
Adjective(1) located at a great distance in time or space or degree(2) being of a considerable distance or length(3) being the animal or vehicle on the right or being on the right side of an animal or vehicle(4) beyond a norm in opinion or actions
Adverb(1) to a considerable degree; very much(2) at or to or from a great distance in space(3) at or to a certain point or degree(4) remote in time(5) to an advanced stage or point
Examples of far in English
(1) Pimlico to Woodburn has been fairly prosperous so the salt water must be pushing up into the far reaches of the river.(2) Do Italian women have to travel that far to find such garish outfits?(3) While an improvement on the previous plan, it still falls far short of acceptable.(4) Maura squinted into the sun, looking out to the spreading lands far in the distant.(5) it's far smaller(6) On a fine day the southern tip of Walney Island can be glimpsed on the horizon along with Piel Castle in the far distance.(7) Sound travels far , over water, and this sound was loud enough in its own right.(8) He was the hero a minute later slamming a low drive into the far corner from an acute angle.(9) The horizon is low, the masts and hulks of the ships making a series of horizontals and verticals receding far into the distance.(10) it's far more important(11) The midfielder, revelling in a more advanced role, chested the ball down and lashed it into the far corner of the net with his left foot.(12) I don't see the sky, wide and open, or the hills, range on range, fading into the far distance.(13) Ayako made her way down towards her desk that was situated towards the far end of the large room.(14) he swam to the far bank(15) With good British perversity, Sutherland is of course in the far NORTH of Scotland.(16) it's far too big for that room
Related Phrases of far
(1) so far ::
iki šiol
(2) as far as ::
toli kaip
(3) how far ::
kaip toli
(4) so far so good ::
Kol kas viskas gerai
(5) far cry ::
(6) far from ::
toli nuo
(7) too far ::
per toli
(8) by far ::
toli gražu
(9) far away from ::
toli nuo
1. distant ::
2. faraway ::
4. remote ::
5. out of the way ::
iš kelio
6. far-flung ::
7. outlying ::
8. a long way ::
ilgas kelias
9. a great distance ::
puikus Atstumas
10. a good way ::
geras būdas
11. afar ::
1. little ::
2. somewhat ::
šiek tiek
Different Forms
Word Example from TV Shows
as far as you know?

as FAR as you know?

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 2

I know you're very far away,

I know you're very FAR away,

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 10

- But this is good so far, really good.
- Yeah?

- But this is good so FAR, really good. - Yeah?

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 15

Look, l get the logic, l do,
but you just went too far with it.

Look, l get the logic, l do, but you just went too FAR with it.

Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 3

be this far away from the kids.

be this FAR away from the kids.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 23

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