offspring Arabski

wymowa
‏ذرية، نسل، سلالة، نتاج، نتيجة‏

Przykładowe zdania

While I could never claim to be his legal offspring, I thank the Gods daily for providing me with a man who was like a father; my benefactor and champion, the great Julius Caesar.
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A kiss to the wife, an affectionate hair-pull for his offspring, and then he had joined his comrades… No tears. Courage! Vive la France! The final injunctions of the departing were now heard. Nobody was crying.
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The virtuous German had been advancing heroically with the double desire of enlarging his country and of making valuable gifts to his offspring.
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With a solicitude that moved Don Marcelo, he in turn inquired about the Frenchman's family. He pitied him when discovering how little was his offspring, and smiled a little over the enthusiasm with which the old gentleman spoke
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Just as it sometimes happens that deformed offspring are produced by deformed parents, and sometimes not, so the offspring produced by a female are sometimes female, sometimes not, but male, because the female is as it were a deformed male.
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Some animals are producing offspring in zoos.
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Some animals, when they come to dominate their group kill the offspring of all the females under them.
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The atomic bomb is the offspring of 20th century physics.
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At present, the EGE does not see convincing arguments to justify the production of food from clones and their offspring.
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Books are the offspring of someone's mind.
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Synonimy

the immediate descendants of a person: illegitimate, bastard, whoreson, progeny, heir, eldest, love child, relative, by-blow, relation, grandchild, child, baby, illegitimate child, successor, issue, firstborn, kid
something that comes into existence as a result: materialisation, effect, event, result, consequence, upshot, materialization, outcome, issue
any immature animal: young mammal, animate being, young bird, young fish, orphan, brute, young, beast, animal, fauna, hatchling, spat, creature


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