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lioviaus 这个词是啥意思

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    Labas

    actually there is word 'lioviaus' in Lithuanian.
    It means "I stopped doing something"

    'lioviaus' or 'lioviausi' is past tense of 'liautis'

    Few examples:
    Liaukis rėkti! = Stop shouting!
    Lioviausi bėgti = I have stopped to run

    Laba diena Liam. There is no such word as 'lioviaus' in Lithuanian. There is a word 'lova' which means 'a bed'. If you are writing that 'I got up out of bed' it would be 'As atsikeliau is lovos' in Lithuanian. You can learn Lithuanian for free at : www.slic.org.au email:LLLinfo@slic.org.au

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