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In dictionary for phrase good was found total 37 words.

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good blaho n:
good čestný adj:
good dobrá adj:
good dobro n:
good dobrý adj:
good dobře
good důkladný adj:
good hezký adj:
good hodný
good laskav
good laskavý adj:
good milý adj:
good pohledný adj:
good pořádný adj:
good poslušný adj:
good právoplatný adj:
good pravý adj:
good prospěch n:
good prospěšný adj:
good příjemný adj:
good řádný adj:
good slušný adj:
good spolehlivý adj:
good spořádaný adj:
good správně
good statek
good užitečný adj:
good užitek n:
good vhodný adj:
good výborně!
good výborný adj:
good značný adj:
good dobrý Med.
Good Majetek GB
Good Statek GB
Good Téměř GB
Good Statek

DEEP TRANSLATE

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good. dobrý .

Definition:

GoodPossessing desirable qualities; adapted to answer the end designed; promoting success, welfare, or happiness; serviceable; useful; fit; excellent; admirable; commendable; not bad, corrupt, evil, noxious, offensive, or troublesome, etc.
GoodPossessing moral excellence or virtue; virtuous; pious; religious; -- said of persons or actions.
GoodKind; benevolent; humane; merciful; gracious; polite; propitious; friendly; well-disposed; -- often followed by to or toward, also formerly by unto.
GoodServiceable; suited; adapted; suitable; of use; to be relied upon; -- followed especially by for.
GoodClever; skillful; dexterous; ready; handy; -- followed especially by at.
GoodAdequate; sufficient; competent; sound; not fallacious; valid; in a commercial sense, to be depended on for the discharge of obligations incurred; having pecuniary ability; of unimpaired credit.
GoodReal; actual; serious; as in the phrases in good earnest; in good sooth.
GoodNot small, insignificant, or of no account; considerable; esp., in the phrases a good deal, a good way, a good degree, a good share or part, etc.
GoodNot lacking or deficient; full; complete.
GoodNot blemished or impeached; fair; honorable; unsullied; as in the phrases a good name, a good report, good repute, etc.
GoodThat which possesses desirable qualities, promotes success, welfare, or happiness, is serviceable, fit, excellent, kind, benevolent, etc.; -- opposed to evil.
GoodAdvancement of interest or happiness; welfare; prosperity; advantage; benefit; -- opposed to harm, etc.
GoodWares; commodities; chattels; -- formerly used in the singular in a collective sense. In law, a comprehensive name for almost all personal property as distinguished from land or real property.
GoodWell, -- especially in the phrase as good, with a following as expressed or implied; equally well with as much advantage or as little harm as possible.
GoodTo make good; to turn to good.
GoodTo manure; to improve.

Synonyms:

skilled, skilful, practiced, skillful, expert, adept, proficient, sainted, saving, beatific, right, righteous, angelical, saintly, good, angelic, redemptive, redeeming, saintlike, white, upstanding, solid, virtuous, moral, worthy, goody-goody, hot, superb, peachy, favorable, great, redeeming, neat, good enough, goodish, best, swell, cracking, bully, groovy, solid, smashing, obedient, not bad, favourable, well-behaved, nifty, well behaved, good, respectable, dandy, keen, better, satisfactory, slap-up, acceptable, corking, bang-up, beneficial, advantageous, beneficial, salutary, healthful, complete, close, dear, near, dependable, safe, sound, secure, discriminating, in effect, effective, in force, operative, respectable, reputable, estimable, honorable, ample, full, echt, genuine, just, upright, righteous, nice, pleasing, opportune, ripe, right, intellectual, serious, healthy, sound, unspoiled, unspoilt, fresh, well, fortunate, soundly, thoroughly, well, commodity, trade good, goodness, goodness,
goodness, commodity, trade good, advantage, artefact, artifact, morality, quality, vantage,

Antonyms:

bad, evil, Nothing antonyms found for term: good

 Flag United states of America round flag English explanatory dictionary

adj., n., & adv. --adj. (better, best) 1 having the right or desired qualities; satisfactory, adequate. 2 a (of a person) efficient, competent (good at French; a good driver). b (of a thing) reliable, efficient (good brakes). c (of health etc.) strong (good eyesight). 3 a kind, benevolent (good of you to come). b morally excellent; virtuous (a good deed). c charitable (good works). d well-behaved (a good child). 4 enjoyable, agreeable (a good party; good news). 5 thorough, considerable (gave it a good wash). 6 a not less than (waited a good hour). b considerable in number, quality, etc. (a good many people). 7 healthy, beneficial (milk is good for you). 8 a valid, sound (a good reason). b financially sound (his credit is good). 9 in exclamations of surprise (good heavens!). 10 right, proper, expedient (thought it good to have a try). 11 fresh, eatable, untainted (is the meat still good?). 12 (sometimes patronizing) commendable, worthy (good old George; your good lady wife; good men and true; my good man). 13 well shaped, attractive (has good legs; good looks). 14 in courteous greetings and farewells (good afternoon). --n. 1 (only in sing.) that which is good; what is beneficial or morally right (only good can come of it; did it for your own good; what good will it do?). 2 (only in sing.) a desirable end or object; a thing worth attaining (sacrificing the present for a future good). 3 (in pl.) a movable property or merchandise. b Brit. things to be transported, as distinct from passengers. c (prec. by the) colloq. what one has undertaken to supply (esp. deliver the goods). d (prec. by the) sl. the real thing; the genuine article. 4 (as pl.; prec. by the) virtuous people. --adv. US colloq. well (doing pretty good). øas good as practically (he as good as told me). be so good as (or be good enough) to (often in a request) be kind and do (a favour) (be so good as to open the window). be (a certain amount) to the good have as net profit or advantage. do good show kindness, act philanthropically. do a person good be beneficial to. for good (and all) finally, permanently. good and colloq. used as an intensifier before an adj. or adv. (raining good and hard; was good and angry). the good book the Bible. good breeding correct or courteous manners. good faith see FAITH. good for 1 beneficial to; having a good effect on. 2 able to perform; inclined for (good for a ten-mile walk). 3 able to be trusted to pay (is good for ø100). good form see FORM. good-for-nothing (or -nought) adj. worthless. --n. a worthless person. good for you! (or him!, her!, etc.) exclamation of approval towards a person. Good Friday the Friday before Easter Sunday commemorating the Crucifixion of Christ. good-hearted kindly, well-meaning. good humour a genial mood. a good job a fortunate state of affairs (it's a good job you came early). good-looker a handsome or attractive person. good-looking handsome; attractive. good luck 1 good fortune, happy chance. 2 exclamation of well-wishing. good money 1 genuine money; money that might usefully have been spent elsewhere. 2 colloq. high wages. good nature a friendly disposition. good oil Austral. sl. reliable information. good on you! (or him! etc.) = good for you! goods and chattels see CHATTEL. good-time recklessly pursuing pleasure. good-timer a person who recklessly pursues pleasure. good times a period of prosperity. good will the intention and hope that good will result (see also GOODWILL). a good word (often in phr. put in a good word for) words in recommendation or defence of a person. good works charitable acts. have a good mind see MIND. have the goods on a person sl. have advantageous information about a person. have a good time enjoy oneself. in a person's good books see BOOK. in good faith with honest or sincere intentions. in good time 1 with no risk of being late. 2 (also all in good time) in due course but without haste. make good 1 make up for, compensate for, pay (an expense). 2 fulfil (a promise); effect (a purpose or an intended action). 3 demonstrate the truth of (a statement); substantiate (a charge). 4 gain and hold (a position). 5 replace or restore (a thing lost or damaged). 6 (absol.) accomplish what one intended. no good 1 mischief (is up to no good). 2 useless; to no advantage (it is no good arguing). no-good --adj. useless. --n. a useless thing or person. take in good part not be offended by. to the good having as profit or benefit. øøgoodish adj. [OE god f. Gmc],

Use in sentenses

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Good sense triumphed over pork . Zdravý rozum zvítězil nad baštou
Goods taxed at high rates ( for example , polished granite ) are sold as goods taxed at lower rates ( for example , as unpolished granite ) . Zboží zdaněné vysokou sazbou ( například leštěná žula ) se prodává jako zboží zdaněné sazbou nízkou ( například neleštěná žula )
Good fences make good neighbors , so the poet Robert Frost wrote . Dobré ploty dělají dobré sousedy , vyslovil se básník Robert Frost
Good feelings abound . Převládá pozitivní naladění
Good scientific ideas formulated in bad English either die or get repackaged . Dobré vědecké nápady formulované ve špatné angličtině buď zahynou , anebo jim dá lepší formu někdo jiný
Goodwill gestures - such as passage of a bill to allow Mexicans living illegally in the US to obtain visas without returning home to obtain them - are insufficient . Gesta dobré vůle - jako například přijetí vyhlášky umožňující získat Mexičanům nelegálně žijícím ve Spojených státech víza , aniž by se pro ně museli vracet domů - nestačí
Good theory , but , again , only one - third of most SOEs ' shares are privatized . To je dobrá teorie , ale opět platí , že se privatizuje jen třetina akcií většiny státních podniků
Goodbye and Hello to the Universal Bank Sbohem a dobrý den centrální bance
Good US - Russian relations , however , could strengthen both countries , and especially Russia . Jedním z cílů evropské zahraniční politiky vždy bylo zabraňovat přílišnému sblížení mezi Ruskem a USA . Dobré rusko - americké vztahy by ovšem mohly posílit obě země , a obzvláště Rusko
Good for it . Trhy i ekonomika reagovaly živostí a elánem
Good , that is , if the drain is reversed one day . Bude přínosný tehdy , když po odlivu přijde opět příliv
Good decisions come from careful consideration . Dobrá rozhodnutí přicházejí po pečlivém uvážení
Good governments must emphasise real development , which means removing what the Nobel laureate Amartya Sen calls the unfreedoms of illiteracy , ill - health and social deprivation . Dobré vlády musí klást důraz na skutečný rozvoj - tedy na odstraňování podmínek , jež indický ekonom Amartja Sen , nositel Nobelovy ceny za ekonomii , nazývá nesvobodou negramotnosti , nezdraví a sociální deprivace
Good times – and these are good times for the global economy – are rarely the moment for concrete initiatives to deal with difficult problems . Dobré časy – a světová ekonomika dnes dobré časy zažívá – bývají jen zřídkakdy vhodným okamžikem pro konkrétní iniciativy na řešení složitých problémů
Good luck . Hodně štěstí ,
Good for you ! But the currency appreciation that follows will likely set off an unsustainable consumption boom , wreak havoc with your export sector , create unemployment , and sap your growth potential . Tak sláva ! Zhodnocování měny , které po těchto úspěších následuje , však pravděpodobně nastartuje neudržitelný růst spotřeby , rozvrátí váš exportní sektor , vyvolá nezaměstnanost a vysaje váš růstový potenciál
Good governance surely will help in Africa and elsewhere , but corruption should not be used as an excuse not to help Africa . Dobrá správa bude samozřejmě v Africe i jinde ku prospěchu , ale korupce by neměla být zneužívána jako omluva pro to , proč Africe nepomáhat
Good fortune and bad fortune alternate randomly , and the poorest people are particularly vulnerable when misfortune – like a hurricane in a fishing village – strikes . Štěstěna a smůla se náhodně střídají a právě chudí lidé jsou obzvláště zranitelní , jestliže na ně dolehne neštěstí – například hurikán na rybářskou vesnici
Good science recognizes its limitations , but the prophets of rational expectations have usually shown no such modesty . Dobrá věda si je vědoma svých omezení , jenže proroci racionálních očekávání skromností obvykle nepřekypovali
Good information requires not just the right to know , but also the right to tell — a diversified media . Dobré informace nevyžadují pouze právo vědět , ale i právo sdělovat – tedy diverzifikované sdělovací prostředky
Good Governance Begins At Home Řádná správa začíná doma
Good governance - in both the public and private sectors - is the post - crisis mantra . Dobrá firemní správa - jak ve veřejném , tak v soukromém sektoru - to je dnešní pokrizová mantra jihovýchodní Asie

Merrian-Webster dictionary

Term Word class Description
good nouna : something that has economic utility or satisfies an economic want b plural : personal property having intrinsic
good adjectivea (1) : VIRTUOUS, RIGHT, COMMENDABLE (2) : KIND, BENEVOLENT b : UPPER-CLASS c : COMPETENT, SKILLFUL d (1) : LOYAL (2) : CLOSE e : free from infirmity or sorrow

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