English to Lithuanian Meaning of serious - rimtas

Serious :

svarbus, reikšmingas, rimtas, puikus, įsimintinas, pagrindinis, iškilmingas, blaivus, senamadiškas, liūdnas, kapas, bosas, ilgesingas, intensyvus, storoka, orus, pavojingas, pamaldus, religinis, dorybingas, dvasinis, psichinis, teologinis, vaiduokliškas

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Definitions of serious in English
Adjective(1) concerned with work or important matters rather than play or trivialities(2) of great consequence(3) causing fear or anxiety by threatening great harm(4) appealing to the mind(5) completely lacking in playfulness(6) requiring effort or concentration; complex and not easy to answer or solve
Examples of serious in English
(1) If the Government is serious about disaster preparedness, it is going to have to start with the fundamentals.(2) There is an error in the third paragraph which is sufficiently serious to warrant that I replace the copy.(3) Only 26 patients had side effects that were serious enough to require a dosage reduction.(4) If it was serious about a long-term commitment to Mitsubishi, then why isn't it willing to bail it out?(5) According to the experts, serious consideration of the unique factors involved is required.(6) If he is really serious about giving up, and is not just saying that to fob you off, he should seek professional therapy to help him to kick the habit.(7) It attempts to handle a serious topic thoughtfully, but ultimately fumbles it.(8) Name me a recent serious novel written about the experience of Black men in America.(9) Even before opening the box there's a feeling of quality and a serious amount of weight!(10) Her mother became very serious for a moment, her hands tightening on Jessie's shoulders.(11) These are serious , thoughtful people who are not in thrall to the restrictions of old ideologies.(12) they were dealt a serious blow(13) it can reach serious speeds(14) The risk of serious complication was lower in those who had treatment for diabetes.(15) A serious drama should be like a swimmer diving into a pool and swimming to the other side in one smooth, perfect trajectory.(16) I'm serious about this because we are now looking at some accountability in a system.
Related Phrases of serious
(1) not serious ::
nėra rimta
(2) very serious ::
labai rimta
(3) be serious ::
buk rimtas
(4) serious illness ::
rimta liga
(5) get serious ::
pasireiškė sunkus
(6) serious problem ::
rimta problema
(7) serious damage ::
didelė žala
(8) too serious ::
per rimtas
(9) dead serious ::
miręs rimtas
1. solemn ::
2. important ::
3. careful ::
4. intellectual ::
5. severe ::
6. in earnest ::
7. sober ::
8. good ::
9. grave ::
1. facetious ::
2. flip ::
3. flippant ::
4. humorous ::
5. jocular ::
6. playful ::
Different Forms
serious, seriously, seriousness
Word Example from TV Shows
I'm serious.


Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 13

to play Dungeons & Dragons, this
game's in serious trouble.

to play Dungeons & Dragons, this game's in SERIOUS trouble.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 4

That's awesome.

That's awesome. Serious?

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 10

No, Jesse, you cannot be serious.

No, Jesse, you cannot be SERIOUS.

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 12

This is serious.

This is SERIOUS.

Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 7

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