English to Lithuanian Meaning :: whet

Whet :
pustyti, aštrinti, sužadinti, galąsti, išplakti, ištinti, tintižadiklis, galandimas, pustymas, ištynimas - pustytipustytisužadina
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Verb(1) Make keen or more acute(2) Sharpen by rubbing(3) As on a whetstone(4) Make sharp(5) Arouse(6) Excite

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(1) Fish and prawn kababs in mint and garlic chutney and squid fritters in hot garlic sauce whet the palate for the sumptuous spread.(2) It also whet the tastebuds of an unfriendly adder - Britain's only poisonous snake species.(3) The elements in this dish could work well together, but the overall effect just isn't subtle enough to whet your palate for more.(4) Just to whet our appetites, and to make us more appreciative of history in the making.(5) They whet the palate by forcing you to tune into subtleties in flavouring and the natural tastes of the very fresh ingredients.(6) There is a range of inspired burger variations, but anyone who recoils from a slab of red meat will find plenty to whet the tastebuds from the fish, chicken and vegetarian selections.(7) He swallowed his two dozen oysters as a whet(8) It should be a platform for all film-makers to exchange their ideas and whet their skills.(9) If both of these dishes were meant to whet the palate for something more flavourful, they certainly did the trick.(10) That daily hour and a half of repetitious activity is necessary to whet the fine edge of our skills to razor sharpness.(11) Here's an extract to whet your appetite(12) Apart from the gig guaranteeing a great way to bring in the New Year, it should also whet fans' palates for the release of their new album early next year.(13) All right, here's something else to whet your whistle, low-carb, low-calorie drinks, you're seeing a lot more new versions of these.(14) For people living in an oppressed or corrupt society, the truth can whet demand for change.(15) To show off his intelligence, and to whet his ego.(16) Another way to whet the knowledge of students on medical quiz.
Related Words
1. sharpen ::
2. stimulate ::
3. quicken ::
1. blunt ::
2. dull ::
3. Blunt
4. Dull
5. Dampen
6. Dishearten
Different Forms
whet, whets
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