Translation for 'for all' from English to Greek
for allγια όλους
Partial Matches
all {adj}όλοι
unverified above all {adv}υπεράνω όλων
all dayόλη την ημέρα
all rightεντάξει
all right {adv}εντάξει
all-terrain vehicle {noun}
αυτοκίνητο {το} παντός εδάφους
all-terrain vehicle {noun}
όχημα {το} παντός εδάφους
know-it-all {noun}ξερόλας {ο}
at all {adv} [in negative contexts]καθόλου
for {prep}για
for sureσίγουρα
for sureασφαλώς
what for {adv}για ποιό λόγο
to ask forζητώ
except (for)εκτός (από)
for certain {adv}σίγουρα
for certain {adv}ασφαλώς
to call forζητώ
to look for [search, seek]ψάχνω
for instance {adv} <f.i.>για παράδειγμα
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Usage Examples English
  • Tarkovsky was personally involved in writing the screenplays for all his films, sometimes with a cowriter.
  • The compound bow was invented by Holless Wilbur Allen in the 1960s (a US patent was filed in 1966 and granted in 1969) and it has become the most widely used type of bow for all forms of archery in North America.
  • Supporters maintained that the at-large system would increase participation for all areas of the city, especially for those which had lacked representation from City Council.
  • The most recent release of AmigaOS for all supported platforms is 4.1 update 5.
  • In mice models, for all novel protein sequences, potential MHC-binding peptides were predicted.

  • Sanitation and water for all by 2030 is Goal Number 6 of the Sustainable Development Goals.
  • El Abbar indicated to the journalists that the complex would be "agreeable for all those which will want to combine tourism and well-being or tourism and relaxation".
  • In October 2020, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) required the drug label to be updated for all nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications to describe the risk of kidney problems in unborn babies that result in low amniotic fluid.
  • payload capacity would have severely limited the systems which could be included, so the decision was made in October 1963 to use the uprated Saturn IB for all crewed Earth orbital flights.
  • In 1991, the US Department of Defense began to require the use of Ada (the "Ada mandate") for all software, though exceptions to this rule were often granted.

  • This estimate was still derived from observation and measurements subject to error, and based on techniques that did not yet standardize all relativistic effects, and thus were not constant for all observers.
  • These correspond to a node at the nucleus for all non-s orbitals in an atom.
  • "For All Mankind" depicts an alternate timeline in which the Soviet crewed lunar program successfully lands on the Moon before the US Apollo program, resulting in a continued and intensified Space Race.
  • Given James' incompetence, Dagny is responsible for all the workings of the railroad.
  • Since the 1970s, in a centralised system that was designed to significantly reduce the rate of illiteracy, the Algerian government introduced a decree by which school attendance became compulsory for all children aged between 6 and 15 years who have the ability to track their learning through the 20 facilities built since independence, now the literacy rate is around 92.6%.

  • ] for all [...]. In this sense, algebraic integers are to algebraic numbers what integers are to rational numbers.
  • ] for all [...] so that the colors are complementary.
  • Furthermore, if such a proposition is valid for an algebraically closed field with characteristic 0, then not only is it valid for all other algebraically closed fields with characteristic 0, but there is some natural number "N" such that the proposition is valid for every algebraically closed field with characteristic "p" when "p" &gt; "N".
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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