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apvienot

LatvianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From ap- +‎ vienot (to unite, to link).

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VerbEdit

apvienot tr., 2nd conj., pres. apvienoju, apvieno, apvieno, past apvienoju

  1. to unite, to combine, bring together (to make a single whole from separate parts, elements)
    apvienot sīkas saimniecības lielākās — to combine small farms into larger ones
    šos darba procesus var apvienot — one can combine these work processes
    katra Šuberta dziesma kļuvusi par mazu psiholoģisku ainavu; šādas vokālās gleznas Šuberts dažkārt apvieno ciklā — every one of Schubert's songs became a small psychological landscape; Schubert sometimes combined such vocal paintings into a (single) cycle
  2. to bring together organizationally, to unite, to join, to combine, to include
    apvienot spēkus — to join forces
    apvienot visus kopīgai cīņai — to unite everybody for the common fight
    tā bija viena no milzu fabrikām, kura apvienoja sevī tūkstošiem strādnieku — that ones one of the giant factories that combined, included in itself thousands of workers
  3. to combine, to harmonize, to make work together
    apvienot darbu un mācības, darbu ar mācībām — to combine work and study
    apvienot derīgo ar patīkamo — to combine the useful and the pleasant
    profesors mācīja savus skolniekus apvienot gaumes un skaistuma izjūtu ar īstu kompozīcijas tehniku — the professor taught his students to combine taste and a feeling of beauty with true composition technique

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