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AdverbEdit

alies

  1. often

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VerbEdit

alies

  1. second-person singular present indicative form of aliar

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EtymologyEdit

ali- (an unofficial extension of the correlatives, based on the adjective alia (other)) +‎ -es (correlative suffix of possession)

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /aˈlies/
  • (file)
  • Hyphenation: a‧li‧es

DeterminerEdit

alies

  1. Belonging to someone else, someone else's, another's (sg.), others' (pl.)
    Vi profitas de alies malbonŝanco.
    You are profiting from another person’s misfortune.
    • Johán Valano (Claude Piron), Ili kaptis Elzan, Ĉapitro 14,
      Mi ne emas raporti alies misfarojn al la polico, ĉefe se temas pri junuloj
      I am not inclined to report other people’s wrongdoings to the police, especially where young people are concerned
    • Donald J. Harlow (translator), (“Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp”) in La Blua Felibro (The Blue Fairy Book by Andrew Lang,
      li povis ricevi ĝin nur de alies mano.
      he could only receive it from the hand of another.
    • Shimizu Yūko (translator), “Viro en blua vesto” by Kōga Saburō,
      Takuiĉi estis viro, kiu ne distingas alies posedaĵojn de siaj
      Takuichi was a man who did not distinguish other people’s belongings from his own

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VerbEdit

alies

  1. second-person singular (tu) present subjunctive of aliar
  2. second-person singular (tu, sometimes used with você) negative imperative of aliar