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lujvo x1 is a shuttle between x2 and x3, traveling along route x4, carrying passengers x5.
lujvo T destination x1, goes x2 from x3 via route x4 by means x5.
lujvo x1 is a teaching/ something taught to audience x2 by teacher x3 about subject x4 by method x5.
lujvo From x1 to x2 goes x3 via x4 by means x5. Cf. krastu.
lujvo under conditions x4, it is possible that x1 does volitionally x2 (property of x1) for purpose/goal x3
lujvo x1 is the division-remainder of "x2/x3" with quotient x4 // x1 = x2 modulo x3 "x1 == x2 % x3" in many programming languages.
lujvo x1 =gau1 (agent) brings about/performs act of sexually violent harm x2=gau2=xai1=v1 against victim x3=xai2=gle2 in aspect x4=xai3 (ka) inflicting harm/result x5=xai4 (state).
lujvo x1=p1 recycles x2=p2=f1=c2 for new purpose x3=p3=c3 from original use x4=f2, purpose new by standard x5=c4.
lujvo x5=b1 carries/hauls/bears/transports cargo x2=b2 to x3=b3 from x4=b4 over path x1=b5; x5=b1 is a carrier/porter. xe bevri
lujvo x1=g1 (agent) emulates x3=f2 resulting in emulation/imitation x2=f1 in medium x4=f3 by method x5=f4 exhibiting pattern x6=m1. Cf. monfu'i.
lujvo x3=b1 carries/hauls/bears/transports cargo x2=b2 to x1=b3 from x4=b4 over path x5=b5; x3=b1 is a carrier/porter. te bevri
lujvo n1 is an instruction/advice from x2=n3 to help/assist/aid x3=s2=n4 do/achieve/maintain event/activity x4=s3.
lujvo b1 is a ferry boat for carrying b2 over barrier/medium/portal x3=p2 to destination x4=p3 from origin x5=p4. Cf. grebe'i, blogre.
lujvo j1=c1 expresses/says opinion c2 (sedu'u/text/lu'e concept) about subject/issue j3 to audience c3 via expressive medium c4 on grounds j4. j2 is defined by x2=c2
lujvo x1=f1=c3 authors/creates book x2=c1 about/containing work x3=c2 for audience x4=c4 preserved in medium x5=c5 for purpose x6=f3 from elements/ideas/inspiration x7=f4. cf. cukta, finti.
lujvo x1=ka1 (agent) mines material/ore x2=ku1=ka2 of type x3=ku2 from mine/source x4=ku3=ka3 using tool x5=ka4. Used in Theodore Reed's translation of A Princess of Mars.