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Lojban sentence search

Total: 45 result(s)
lujvo c1 downloads c2 from c3=k1. Cf. kibro, cpacu, benji, kibdu'a, kibyse'u.
gismu rafsi: puj pu'i x1 (agent) puts/places/sets x2 on/at surface/locus x3. See also cpacu, lebna, cpana, batke, setca.
lujvo c1 leaves c2, which they brought, at c3 Cf. to'e, cpacu, cirko, punji, norcpa, fesli'a, radycru.
pe'u ko lo nu lo sorpeka cu klasti cu denpa fu lo nu sa'irbi'o gi'e cpacu lo do klaselpo'e
Please wait until the bus has come to a complete stop before standing up and retrieving your luggage.
mi zbasu lo botpi soi ve pruce lo nu cpacu lo blaci grana vau ce'o lo nu rumgau lo grana
I make bottles by the stages of getting glass rods and melting the rods.
la alis pu jivna lo drata nixli lo nu vi'i ve'u bajra vau lo ka cpacu lo jdini
Alice competed with other girls in a long distance race with a monetary prize for the winner.
experimental gismu x1 accesses x2 for purpose x3 ; x1 approaches / reaches / interacts with / reads / uses x2 See kargau, jorne, cpacu, tcidu, pilno, gasnu. This word is intended to have a very broad meaning. Proposed rafsi: -jos-
lujvo x1 infers/concludes/draws conclusion x2 from premise x3 based on logic/reasoning x4. Cf. logji, cpacu, famsku, ni'i, ja'o, nibji'i, jivbi'o.
lujvo j2 costs j1 to agent j3 by standard j4. j1 is not necessarily money but also time, mental strength etc. Cf. jdima, pleji, vecnu, cpacu, prali.
gismu rafsi: vic vi'u x1 removes/subtracts/deducts/takes away x2 from x3 with/leaving result/remnant/remainder x4. Also appropriates, confiscates; alienation is inherent. See also lebna, muvdu, cpacu, canci, cliva, jdika.
lujvo z1=c1 accepts z2=c2 (object/event) from source c3. Cf. zanru, cpacu, friti, sarxe, fitytu'i, radji'i, cpazau.
ba lo nu facki lo du'u ba'o viska ro zo'e ku kei ra cpacu lo ri relxilma'e gi'e klama le zdani
When he saw that there was nothing more to see, he took his bike and rode home.
gismu rafsi: leb le'a x1 takes/gets/gains/obtains/seizes/[removes] x2 (object/property) from x3 (possessor). Also confiscate, appropriate. Acquire with volition such that x1 gains possession; x3 is possessor and not merely source, alienation is implied. (cf. punji, cpacu where volition or previous possession is not necessarily implied, vimcu for alienation where x1 need not gain possession, canci, cliva)