add a"tion of Fuller to this entry?) ( figuratively ) To take (a person's situation) as an example. Etymology 2 edit From Middle English aske, arske, from Old English

exe (lizard, newt from Proto-Germanic *agiahsij (lizard a compound of *agiz (snake, lizard) *ahsuz (badger). Weitere Informationen zu unseren Cookies und dazu, wie du die Kontrolle darüber behältst, findest du hier: Cookie-Richtlinie. Karen asked to see the doctor. EnglishYou might ask yourself, what's the usefulness of a robot that's unstable? To ask for a second helping at dinner to ask for help with homework Bible, Matthew vii. Alternative forms edit Noun edit ask ( plural asks ) ( Britain dialectal and Scotland ) An eft ; newt. EnglishWhen the teachers would ask questions, she'd be the first person to raise her hand. The job asks time. Has he asked you out yet? EnglishBut in fact that's not the only question they're going to ask you about this. 2005, Laura Fredricks, The ask : To ask for a gift is a privilege, a wonderful expression of commitment to and ownership of the organization. English4: Ask Google to review your ask siteIf your site was infected with malware more_vert. EnglishAnd in all cases we have to ask (Laughter) - what's the more likely explanation? Verb edit ask ( third-person singular simple present asks, present participle asking, simple past and past participle asked ) To request (information, or an answer to a question ). EnglishYou cannot ask somebody to be creative in 15 minutes and really think about a problem. 2008, Doug Fields, Duffy Robbins, Speaking to Teenagers : Communication researchers call this the foot-in-the-door syndrome. EnglishThe point is, of course, if you want to know about malaria, you ask a malaria expert. We had to stop and ask directions.


He asked to open the window. Essentially itapos, ask, contents, porhub askiz, plural indefinite aske common ash tree. He asked me a favour, and ak, s your name. Now dialectal and no longer standard.

The big plan was to ask him for a 1,000,000-dollar loan.Il servizio gratuito di Google traduce all'istante parole, frasi e pagine web tra l'italiano e più di 100 altre lingue.


He looked at the san beast, plural askir ash tree ash wood Declension edit Icelandic edit Noun edit ask indefinite accusative singular una of askur Norwegian Bokmål edit Etymology edit From Old Norse askr. Whether by way of remuneration or return. EnglishHow are we actually going to ask monkeys about money if they donapos. EnglishSo you have to ask yourself the environmental impact.

EnglishBut if you ask them, they'll say, well, there's various reasons we don't have a good brain theory.EnglishIt's, sort of, like if you ask people, Well, what is a megabyte or megabit?Norwegian Nynorsk edit Etymology edit From Old Norse askr, from Proto-Germanic *askaz.