Lithuanian English Dictionary

lietuvių kalba - English

laiptai in English:

1. stairs stairs

Then he got dressed, stuffed his lecture notes into his briefcase, and ran down the stairs.
We have to use the stairs because the elevator is out of order.
Would you mind carrying it up the stairs for me?
go upstairs
I like this town as it is. Although, there being so many stone stairs is a bit of a pain...
From the corridor, you can reach the living room, the kitchen, and the toilet, or you can take the stairs upstairs, where the bedrooms and the bathroom are.
When you fall off the stairs, you're downstairs quickly.
Even though I ran down the stairs, I couldn't catch the train.
When we arrived at the house, Chin and Chilla were sitting at the top of a broad flight of stairs.
Tom Skeleton, the ancient stage doorkeeper, sat in his battered armchair, listening as the actors came up the stone stairs from their dressing rooms.
My leg cramped up as I ran down the stairs to catch a train, and I had to sit down right there in the middle of the stairway.
The stairs leading to the corridor are slippery, so be careful you don't fall.
There are lots of stairs up to my flat.
OK, so we have you in Room 205, which is on the second floor, just go up the stairs and it's right on your right
Women who are expecting for labour should walk the stairs.

English word "laiptai"(stairs) occurs in sets:

1 knyga. 7 unit

2. steps steps

We should take the necessary steps before it's too late.
Advance two steps.
If you're not careful, you might slip and fall on the icy steps.
After running up so many flights of steps, she was completely out of breath.
I saw a little boy fall over a few steps ahead.
There aren’t any steps up to the attic - you have to use a ladder.
With heads respectfully bowed, they carried the coffin up the steps and into the small chapel.
His steps were clearly marked in the snow.
When I get sick of what men do, I have only to walk a few steps in another direction to see what spiders do. Or what the weather does. This sustains me very well indeed.
It's the class bell. The pupils that had been around the school gate quickened their steps as one.
By 'Torii' you mean that red objet d'art at the top of the steps?
The dining hall is directly adjacent to the lobby, or rather, from where you are, it's just three steps away?
After ten hours of classes I had learnt the dance steps.
I always use the steps,'s scary how they I'd like you to hold them steady.

English word "laiptai"(steps) occurs in sets:

2 knyga. 1 unit