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fau lo nu la lojban farvi kei zo'e pu ru'i tolsurla lo nu stogau la lojban lo ka kulnu nutli kei ba'o le pamoi te farvi
In the development of Lojban, efforts were consistently made since the initial phase to keep the language culturally neutral.
la alis pu klama lo zarci i je ku'i mi na djuno lo du'u la alis pu te vecnu ma kau
Alice went to a store, but I don't know what A (Alice) bought there.
lo jdima be lo broda cu te fancu lo ni le broda cu se sabji ce lo ni le broda cu se cpedu
The price of a good is a function of its supply and demand.
mi ca klama lo drata tcadu fu'e ta'o de'i li jy dy re te zu'e lo ka viska loi mi rirni fu'o
I am going to another city (on Tuesday, by the way, to visit my parents).
le turni pu ganzu lo ruble prenu lo vlipa jenmi lo ka bapli lo nu le jenmi cu zukte lo te minde
He turned weak people into a powerful army by making them execute orders.
do srera fau lo ka pilno lo mi datni i ni'i bo u'u mi pu te mu'i nai smusku lo jitfa
You are wrong when using my data just because (sorry!) I unintentionally said a false thing.
do pu xlura sa'u mi lo ka te vecnu lo vi dinju vau ta'i lo ka jai gau cenba fai lo jdima
You just lured me into buying this house by changing the price.
lo xe flalu cu te mukti lo nu lo ninmu cu se jibri lo se gunka poi pu steci lo nanmu .i ra'u cu'i lo xe flalu cu te mukti lo nu lo nanmu cu se jibri lo se gunka poi pu steci lo ninmu
The lawgivers wanted women to work in traditionally male occupations. Equally importantly, the lawgivers wanted men to work in traditionally female occupations.
gismu rafsi: cpe x1 requests/asks/petitions/solicits for x2 of/from x3 in manner/form x4. Also demand (= mi'ecpe); x4 is a means of expression See also ve cusku.: a request may be indicated in speech, in writing, or by an action (e.g. petitions are often in writing, while begging/panhandling may be indicated by an action or even demeanor). (cf. pikci, te preti, te frati, se spuda, danfu)
fu'ivla x1 is the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization; French: Organisation de l'aviation civile internationale, OACI) designation/result/standard/code for general subject type x2 (contextless default probably: airports) applied to specific case/entity/procedure/group/hub/terminus/location x3 according to rule/ICAO specification/publication x4 published by/according to mandating organization x5 (default: ICAO) x1 need not be a name-designation/code (it could be the result of any rule), although it likely will commonly be so. Possible examples of x2-filling sumti include: certain (international) airport code designations, air navigation procedures, etc.. For an airport (generalized)/hub that has such a specification, use {te jvinjica'o} or {te se jvinjica'o} (using the appropriate terbri for specifying the type of hub: tebri j2); for ICAO, consider using {xe jvinjica'o}. See also: jviso, jvinjiata.
lujvo x1=v1 has sexual mastery of itself/is sexually enpowered in aspect x2=v2 under conditions x3=v3 Contrasts with glevli in that the latter implies external orientation of dominion whereas this word implies solely self-oriented empowerment. A sex slave is te glevli and not glesezborvli.
gismu rafsi: ja'a x1 is captain/commander/leader/in-charge/boss of vehicle/domain x2. See also jitro, lidne, te bende, minde, ralju, gidva, bloti.
gismu rafsi: rin ki'u x1 (event/state) is a reason/justification/explanation for/causing/permitting x2 (event/state). See also ciksi, rinka, nibli, mukti, se jalge, te zukte, cmavo list ki'u, bapli.
lu ti te spuda fi le me la.rab,rt. li'u lu do skudji lu fi la.rab,rt. li'u vau xu li'u lu na go'i .i go'i lu le me la.rab,rt. li'u .i pa da me ra li'u
"Here's the Robert's reply." "You mean Robert's?" "No, it's the Robert. There's only one."
.i lonu mi joi la tal. puzi casnu ti cu mukti lonu mi te preti fo do .i pe'i loi mlatu loi gerku cu zmadu loka kukte .i xu tugni
Me and Tal's recent discussion prompted me to ask you. I expect cats to taste better than dogs. Agree?
lo'e nanba cu farvi lo bredi lo te zbasu lo nu co'a mixre lo purmo ce lo matne ce lo sovda ce lo sakta vau ce'o lo nu glare ce'o lo nu satre vo'a lo matne
One makes a standard cake from raw materials by mixing flour, butter, eggs and sugar together, then heating, then greasing the cake with butter, and after that, it is ready.