Last modified on 19 September 2014, at 23:59

lejā

See also: leja

LatvianEdit

NounEdit

lejā f

  1. locative singular form of leja

AdverbEdit

lejā

  1. down, downward; at, to(ward) the bottom, or a lower area; to(ward) the ground
    viņš gaida lejā pie izejas — he is waiting down by the exit
    “nāc lejā”! Juris sauc augšup — come down! Juris called up
    ar skaļiem urā saucieniem zēni skriešus metās no kalna lejā uz purva pusi — with loud hooray shouts the boys ran down the hill to the swamp side
    Oskars paņēma spaini un gāja lejā uz Daugavu — Oskars took a bucket and went down to the Daugava (river)
    Harijs uzrāpās siena kaudzē un atvēris lietussargu, abām rokām sažņaudzis gludo kātu, lēca lejā — Harrijs climbed a haystack and opened an umbrella, held the smooth handle tight with both hands, and jumped down
    kad elektroniskais lifts mani nonesīs lejā, es kļūšu atkal parasta, ikdienišķa — when the electronic lift takes me down (to the ground level), I will again become ordinary, mundane

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