English to Lithuanian Meaning of foreign - užsienio

Foreign :

užsienio, barbaras, svetimas, egzotiškas, išorinis, Užsienyje, Tramontane, keistas, anglikonų, Anglų, Europos, mitinis, nerealus, nematerialus, niūrus, nenuoseklus, netinkamas, nesuderinamas, neracionalus, atsitiktinis

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Definitions of foreign in English
Adjective(1) of concern to or concerning the affairs of other nations (other than your own(2) relating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world(3) not contained in or deriving from the essential nature of something(4) not belonging to that in which it is contained; introduced from an outside source
Examples of foreign in English
(1) foreign language(2) The bad news didn't end with the foreign policy.(3) A judge's job is to interpret the law, not make it up by pouring foreign law into our constitutional jurisprudence.(4) And today he's a foreign language major at the University of Central Florida.(5) She struggled in vain against the darkness surrounding her, but the pain of a foreign element inside her prevented it.(6) Taubman recounts all of his subject's most significant dealings, both in terms of foreign and domestic policy.(7) The explosions occurred simultaneously late last night among areas popular with foreign tourists.(8) that's foreign to our culture(9) Lawyers protested that it would expose clients to unreasonable pressure, and introduce a foreign element into the court.(10) Yet, aren't new influences that seem foreign and unfamiliar also agents of positive change?(11) That was the only word that could describe it, weird, or strange, or unknown, foreign .(12) All the plants were strange and unfamiliar, the steamy smells equally foreign .(13) At any time, simply by looking at our hand or our leg, one can experience the feeling that our body does not belongs to us, that it is a foreign object, outside ourselves.(14) You gave the president kind of a mixed grade on foreign policy.(15) Consider partnering with foreign distributors or sales reps, for example.(16) Then I did distribution for foreign films in Japan, mainly gay films.
Related Phrases of foreign
(1) foreign language ::
užsienio kalba
(2) foreign currency ::
užsienio valiuta
(3) foreign trade ::
užsienio prekyba
(4) foreign exchange ::
užsienio valiutos
(5) foreign country ::
užsienio šalis
(6) foreign policy ::
užsienio politika
(7) foreign languages ::
užsienio kalbos
(8) foreign affairs ::
užsienio reikalų
(9) foreign investment ::
užsienio investicijos
(10) foreign matter ::
pašalinės medžiagos
1. overseas ::
2. unfamiliar ::
3. extraneous ::
4. alien ::
5. strange ::
1. domestic ::
2. native ::
Different Forms
foreign, foreigner, foreigners, foreignness
Word Example from TV Shows
A Khal who takes orders
from a foreign whore is no Khal.

A Khal who takes orders from a FOREIGN whore is no Khal.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 8

The Unsullied and the Second Sons
are foreign soldiers,

The Unsullied and the Second Sons are FOREIGN soldiers,

Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 3



Vikings Season 1, Episode 2

You expect me to command our troops
to fight beside foreign scum?

You expect me to command our troops to fight beside FOREIGN scum?

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 7



Vikings Season 1, Episode 2

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