English to Latvian Meaning :: lull

Lull :
apsīkšana
iemidzināt, ieaijāt, mazināt, aijātapsīkšana, mitēšanās, norimšana
apsīkšanalulledLullinglullsLully
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Noun(1) a pause during which things are calm or activities are diminished(2) a period of calm weather
Verb(1) calm by deception(2) become quiet or less intensive(3) make calm or still

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(1) And sometimes it takes a lull in the violence to realize how serious it is.(2) Jocelyn savored the silence; it's like the lull before a storm.(3) Despite this temporary lull in visitation, the demographics of wilderness visitors continued to change.(4) Birds lifted their voices into the air in a sweet cadence which could easily lull the listener to sleep.(5) The talk faded to a momentary lull , and Matt seized his chance.(6) The Castle was built to resemble a huge trading house to lull the suspicions of the Iroquois Indians, who believed the French were there to take over their territory.(7) This was the good part of the day - but don't let me lull you into a false sense of security.(8) After a momentary lull , he and the others turned back and prayed even harder.(9) for two days there had been a lull in the fighting(10) It is one of the most basic placements, but this shouldn't lull you into a false sense of security or over confidence.(11) It's the longest lull in this investigation since he started striking about three weeks ago?(12) There was a brief lull in the conversation as Casey searched for a parking lot.(13) Her gentle voice can lull you into a state of meditation and nostalgia and then another song will make your toe start tapping.(14) Although optimism is running high, the current lull in violence is fragile.(15) Between them, the three bombs have shattered the lull in violence that followed the poll.(16) Just before midnight after an especially malicious attack, a momentary lull ensues.
Related Words
(1) lull to sleep ::
iemidzināt gulēt
Synonyms
Noun
1. pause ::
pauze
2. calm ::
mierīgs
3. letup ::
apturēšana
4. quiet ::
kluss
Verb
5. soothe ::
mierināt
6. assuage ::
remdēt
7. deceive ::
maldināt
8. calm down ::
nomierinies
Antonyms
1. agitate ::
kratīt
2. discompose ::
sajaukt
3. disquiet ::
satraukums
4. disturb ::
traucēt
5. perturb ::
uzbudināt
6. upset ::
nomākts
7. vex ::
kaitināt
Different Forms
lull, lulled, lulling, lulls, lully
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