- to have meaning
to have significance
- She lent her name to many worthy causes.
- 颇有意义的是, 他没否认可能要进行选举。
- Significantly, he did not deny that there might be an election.
- You will never know how much your encouragement meant to me.
- Does it make sense to let children play with matches?
- A meaningful linguistic unit consisting of a word, such as man, or a word element,
- Something empty of meaning or sense.
- Meaningful letters or characters that constitute readable matter.
- He adds: "I find my work a lot more meaningful but I temper my expectations on behalf of my clients. I know when I can't rely on the law any more and beyond that I need to hobnob."
- A local political commentator and publisher barrack muluka says getting mr. kibaki an ethnic kikuyu and mr. odinga an ethnic luo to the negotiating table would be a significant first step to ending the countrywide killing spree that has largely pitted ethnic kikuyus against ethnic luos and other tribes who support the opposition.
- Perhaps his most gloriously pointless project was the "game of logic" a board-game with coloured counters that was meant to develop children's powers of logical thought by getting them to mess about with aristotelian syllogisms.
- The1860s were interesting times for manet.
- The paper analyses the chaos and its characteristics of maximum yearly volume in urumqi river using the sequence of its utmost flood volume and related dimensions of atractors and provides a lot of useful information.
- Based on the complex potential theory and the theory of chink flow in fluids in this article a solution is presented to calculate the pressure distribution in air-cushion field of arbitrary array and multiple supply holes in retangular pad platform.
- He tells him about the history of the fire brigade and the senselessness of books.
- A trite or banal remark or statement especially one expressed as if it were original or significant.