listen to the pronunciation of lea
Englisch - Türkisch

Tom Mary'nin Fransızcayı kimden öğrendiğini merak etmeye başladı. - Tom began to wonder who Mary had learned French from.

Tom Mary'nin Fransızcayı nasıl bu kadar iyi öğrendiğini merak ediyordu. - Tom wondered how Mary had learned to speak French so well.

(Askeri) kolluk kuvveti (law enforcement agency)
otlak yeri
120 ile 130 yarda arasında değişen iplik ölçüs
şiir çayırlık
{i} çayır
{i} otlak
(Çiftçilik) geçici otlak
lea to
lea için
Türkisch - Türkisch
Yakup Peygamber'in ilk karısı ve israil'in 12 kabilesinden beşinin geleneksel anası
Englisch - Englisch
Local eduction authority
An English surname, a variant of Lee
A female given name, latinized form of Leah
Any of several measures of yarn; for linen, 300 yards; for cotton, 120 yards; a lay
an open field, meadow
a field
{n} ground inclosed, a lawn, yarn
latinized form of Leah
{i} female first name; family name; first wife of Jacob (Biblical); Homer Lea (1876-1912), United States soldier and author
A set of warp threads carried by a loop of the heddle
A grassland; a meadow. league (measurement)
Local education agency representing all the schools in a school system
a unit of length of thread or yarn
Local education authority Responsible in law for enforcing school attendance
Local Education Authority, for instance Hampshire County Council
Local education agency In Utah, an LEA is a school district, although a charter school may also be treated as an LEA for certain funding or policy purposes
Local Educational Authority
a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock
Local Education Authority, which provides a wide range of services to support schools, including information about advisory, finance, personnel and information and communications technology services as well as covering school management, special educational needs support services, the Education Client Unit and services for Governors Licensed or Registered Teacher Scheme - Employment-based training leading to QTS which has now been discontinued and superseded by GRTP
A meadow or sward land; a grassy field
{i} meadow, field; land used as pasture land for a period of time and then plowed under in order to grow a crop; measure of length (for fabric, yarn, etc.)
Stands for "local educational agency," usually the local school district, responsible for providing special education services to eligible public school students
The acronym stands for "Local Educational Agency" and generally refers to elementary, middle, and secondary schools
Local education agency or school district
{s} unplowed, untilled; plowed but unplanted (of a field)
A measure of yarn; for linen, 300 yards; for cotton, 120 yards; a lay
Local Education Agency LEP - Limited English Proficiency LIMS - Library Instructional Materials System LOA - Leave of Absence LT - Leadership Team LTD - Long Term Disability
A: him/her; relative pronoun: who, whom; grammatical subject of impersonal verbs
Local Educational Agency A district or county office of education
Local education agency: local school system
Law Enforcement Agencies
acronym for local education agency
Local Education Authority
Local Education Agency - This normally identifies a local board of education as it relates to funding and service provision for students within that county Least Restrictive Environment --->
Law Enforcement Agency
d (and compounds) Used in the production of storage batteries, paint, ink, ceramics, and ammunition Chronic exposure can cause weakness, weight loss, and insomnia Lead exposure can result in serious damage to the nervous system and in reproductive disorders
Local Education Authority: Cambridgeshire County Council, Shire Hall, Cambridge Essex County Council, Shire Hall, Chelmsford
Local Education Agency
Local Education Agency (School District)
{i} material created from animal skins
{i} union, federation
Homer Lea
{i} (1876-1912) United States soldier and author of a few books of geopolitics
plural of lea

    Türkische aussprache



    /ˈlē/ /ˈliː/


    (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English legh, lege, lei "clearing, open ground" from Old English lēah "clearing in a forest" from Proto-Germanic *lauhō, *laugō (“meadow”) from Proto-Indo-European *louk- (“field, meadow”). Akin to Old Frisian lāch "meadow", Old Saxon lōh "forest, grove" (Middle Dutch loo "forest, thicket"; Dutch -lo (in placenames)), Old High German lōh "covered clearing, low bushes", Old Norse lō "clearing, meadow". More at Waterloo.

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