English to Uzbek Meaning :: spent

Spent :
sarflangan
- sarflangan

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(1) In the meantime, Galway are back through the back door and are not a spent force.(2) By 1981, when he won the presidency, it was a thing of the past, and the Party a spent force.(3) Today, religion is a private matter, politicians are not expected to be saints and the church is a spent political force.(4) Finally, half an hour later, spent of all her energy, she climbed out of her tub.(5) Yet the IRA's transformation into a local policing outfit shows that, as a guerrilla army that threatens war, it is a spent force.(6) In the later 1920s, and especially in the 30s, modernism seemed a spent force.(7) Sir, we hear reports that North Korea is supposedly claiming to have reprocessed all of its spent nuclear fuel rods.(8) We think the preponderance of evidence does show that in fact Yucca Mountain is a suitable site for spent fuel disposal.(9) By then O'Sullivan was a spent force having fallen out of contention at 16 miles.(10) These words at least pay lip service to the realisation that neo-liberal economics are a spent force.(11) I'm not saying Kilkenny are a spent force by any means but they are beatable as Waterford and Galway both proved in the last couple of weeks.(12) Turn the Polaroid over and that space keeps the spent pod, emptied of its seminal jelly when ejected from the camera.(13) Flowers and notes were left outside his home yesterday, where investigators found several spent bullet cartridges.(14) We keep chopping and changing board presidents, who to my mind are all spent forces.(15) Tyrone then seemed a spent force but boy did they recover.(16) He added it would increase pressure on the British Government to shut down the reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel rods at Sellafield.
Related Words
(1) spend ::
nafaqa
Synonyms
Adjective
2. exhausted ::
holdan toygan
Verb
3. pay out ::
to'lashi
4. pass ::
o'tishi
5. put in ::
qo'ymoq
6. use up ::
qo'llanmoq
7. drop ::
tomchi
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...the lowest classes of the human race
have spent their lives laboring...

...the lowest classes of the human race have SPENT their lives laboring...

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 14


You spent your life convincing 90 clans to
come together for the first time in history.

You SPENT your life convincing 90 clans to come together for the first time in history.

Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 1


I spent six months out there,
beyond the Wall

I SPENT six months out there, beyond the Wall

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4


I haven\'t spent Thanksgiving
with my mother in years.

I haven't SPENT Thanksgiving with my mother in years.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 8


JOY: They\'ve spent most
 of existence programmed

JOY: They've SPENT most of existence programmed

Westworld Season 3, Episode 8


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