tilstand, statanføre, meddele, opgive
Noun(1) the territory occupied by one of the constituent administrative districts of a nation(2) the way something is with respect to its main attributes(3) the group of people comprising the government of a sovereign state(4) a politically organized body of people under a single government(5) (chemistry, fixed shape and volume, fixed volume and shaped by the container, filling the container(6) a state of depression or agitation(7) the territory occupied by a nation(8) the federal department in the United States that sets and maintains foreign policies
Verb(1) express in words(2) put before(3) indicate through a symbol, formula, etc.
(1) It has emerged that the wedding will not be a grand state occasion and will mainly be attended by family and friends.(2) Imagine if she threw open the doors to her hospital room - the queue would be akin to the one waiting to see the Pope in state .(3) On day one of the school year, I sat there in a state of panic and they babbled on to the teacher with rapid accuracy.(4) They were all there was; outside the writs, there was no common law, no way to state a case or get before a judge.(5) The applicant now applies with leave for judicial review of the Justices' refusal to state a case(6) The existing maces have far more in common with the same item that Kings of the period are shown holding when crowned or seated in state .(7) From this draft I accepted Item 4 as being a point of law for which the justices would be asked to state a case.(8) His death was marked by a ceremonial state funeral: no French scientist had ever been so honoured.(9) One of these was that religious dissension or aristocratic ambition could plunge a modern state into civil war.(10) The sailors lay him in state on the dock at Odessa, and the workers file out in their hundreds to pay their respects.(11) The Queen processed in state to the Houses of Parliament in a glittering coach, flanked by ranks of household cavalry.(12) services provided by the state(13) The unisonant moment may occur when a national anthem is being sung at a state ceremony.(14) people will be invited to state their views(15) In any event, the judge was also entitled to refuse to state a case because of your delay.(16) In effect, if you are found to have access to the Internet but instead use the post to deal with the state, then state penalties will apply.
1. ceremonial ::
2. condition ::
3. fluster ::
4. mess ::
5. country ::
6. province ::
7. government ::
8. state of matter ::
9. land ::
10. state department ::
11. express ::
12. tell ::
13. submit ::
Different Formsinstate, instates, state, stated, statehood, stateless, stately, statement, statemented, statementing, statements, states, stating
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