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Lojban sentence search

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glico
gismu rafsi: gic gli x1 is English/pertains to English-speaking culture in aspect x2. Generally assume broadest sense of 'English'; may refer to 'English', pertaining to the country/people/culture of England (normally requiring constraint = gligu'e, or simply redundancy = gligli-); British English, the norm language of the UK (= gliglibau). (cf. brito which refers to the United Kingdom as a whole or to the British empire, merko, sralo, kadno, skoto)
la glico selmikce
The English Patient (film)
ra filta'a fo lo glico
He speaks English fluently.
mi ctuca fo lo glico
I teach English.
lo vi jufra na glico
This sentence is not in English.
zoi gy.Steve.gy. merko glico cmene
Steve is an American name.
ra frili ciska bau lo glico
He writes English with ease.
xu do se bangu lo glico
Do you speak English?
lo'e ponjo na se bangu lo glico
The typical Japanese person doesn't speak English.
mi ralte so'o lo glico cukta
I have some English books.
e'e pei mi'o darlu bau lo glico
Do you feel competent about us presenting our argument in English?
mi traduki lo vi uenzi lo glico
I'm translating this text to English.
mi traduki lo glico lo lojbo
I translate from English to Lojban.
gliban
cmevla The English language. Cf. glico, bangu, glibau.
sralo
gismu x1 reflects Australian culture/nationality/geography/dialect in aspect x2. See also glico.
lo ka tavla fo lo glico na frili
Speaking English isn't easy.