Translation for 'tame' from English to Greek
ADJ   tame | tamer | tamest
VERB   to tame | tamed | tamed
taming | tames
SYNO meek | tame | tamed | ...
tame {adj}ήμερος
tame {adj}εξημερωμένος
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Translation for 'tame' from English to Greek

tame {adj}


Usage Examples English
  • Musquito formed the "tame gang", of 20 to 30 companions, In November 1823 and later in 1824, Musquito and the tame gang raided farms on the east coast of Tasmania and killed several stockmen.
  • The conjecture was raised in the form of a question by Albert Marden, who proved that any "geometrically finite" hyperbolic 3-manifold is topologically tame.
  • The titles are pronounced "barty of tame".
  • Dingoes can be very tame when they come in frequent contact with humans.
  • Blocks whose defect groups are not cyclic can be divided into two types: tame and wild.

  • This usually very tame bird is found in pairs or small groups near water.
  • Some authors consider an o-minimal structure to be a candidate for realizing tame topology in the real case.
  • Two people, reformed bad man Lin Sloan (played by Howard Duff) and tomboyish farmer's daughter Lucy Bostel (Ann Blyth), think they can tame him.
  • proved the Ahlfors conjecture for topologically tame groups, by showing that a topologically tame Kleinian group is geometrically tame, so the Ahlfors conjecture follows from Marden's tameness conjecture that hyperbolic 3-manifolds with finitely generated fundamental groups are topologically tame (homeomorphic to the interior of compact 3-manifolds).
  • There is a retail area at the front of the park selling tame birds and a range of accessories, picnic facilities and a touch and play area where the public is able to interact with a selection of tame birds.

  • Knots which are not tame are called "wild", In knot theory and 3-manifold theory, often the adjective "tame" is omitted.
  • The Faroese goose (Føroyska Gásin in Faroese) is probably the oldest form of tame goose in Europe and possibly the direct descendants of the tame geese that the Landnám folk brought from Scandinavia and the British Isles.
  • 2.5 [...] ("The Tame Lion") Address to a tame lion who has been killed in the arena.
  • In line 9, the quarto's comma after tame is generally removed; editors have glossed the phrase "tame to sufferance" as "made tame to fortune's blows" (Malone); "bearing tamely even cruel distress" (Dowden); "complaisant in suffering" (Sidney Lee); and "subdued so as to suffer" (Beeching).
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