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Lojban sentence search

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gismu rafsi: jar x1 is firm/hard/resistant/unyielding to force x2 under conditions x3. See also nandu, ralci, randa, ranti, tinsa, sligu, stodi.
lo'e tirse cu jdari
Iron is hard.
lo cilmo mudri cu jdari lo ka jelca
Wet wood is resistant to burning.
ko morji lo du'u lo blaci gu jdari gi porpi bai lo ka ruble
Remember that, however hard glass may be, it breaks easily.
lo nikle cu me lo jinme poi jdari je se romge
Nickel is a hard metal with reflective surface.
lujvo x1=g1=j1 is a quantity of/is made of/contains stainless steel see also: fusra, jdari, gasta
lujvo j1=t1 is the tallest among set/range t4. Cf. jdari, traji, jarmau.
lujvo j1=d1 is patient, unyielding to force j2=d2 under condition j3=d3. Cf. jdari, denpa, tinsa, xarnu.
lujvo z1=j1 is firmer/tougher/harder/more resistant than z2 by amount z4. Cf. jdari, zmadu, jaryrai.
gismu rafsi: rac x1 is delicate/fragile/subtle/refined in property x2 (ka). Easily damaged or rendered less pleasing/pure/effective. See also jdari, ranti, tsali, milxe, kukte.
gismu rafsi: rad x1 yields/gives way/surrenders to x2 (force/agent) under conditions x3. See also jdari, renvi, ranti, se bapli.
gismu rafsi: ran x1 is soft/malleable/moldable/yielding to force x2 in conditions x3. See also ralci, jdari, lakse, randa, gradu.
gismu rafsi: nad x1 is difficult/hard/challenging for x2 under conditions x3; x1 challenges (non-agentive) x2. See also frili, nabmi, jdari, talsa, tinsa.
gismu rafsi: lig x1 is solid, of composition/material including x2, under conditions x3. Conditions include temperature and pressure. See also runta, litki, gapci, jdari, dunja, pulce, jduli.
gismu rafsi: sto x1 is constant/invariant/unchanging in property x2 (ka) in response to stimulus/conditions x3. Also stable/consistent/steadfast/firm/steady. See also cenba, stika, stali, vitno, manfo, zasni, tinsa, jdari.
gismu x1 is stiff/rigid/inflexible/resistant in direction x2 against force x3 under conditions x4. Also sometimes: firm, hard; not limited to physical forces; e.g. mental rigidity. See also bapli, jdari, nandu, torni, trati, xarnu, danre, stodi.