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valsi fasnu
type gismu
rafsi fau
creator noralujv
time entered Mon Mar 3 01:36:56 2003

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Deutsch
Definition #42980 [edit]
   
definition x1 (Ereignis) ist ein Ereignis, welches eintritt/stattfindet/geschieht; x1 ist ein Vorfall/eine Begebenheit
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created by gleki
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time Thu Dec 12 10:16:12 2013

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English
Definition #1 [edit]
   
definition x1 (event) is an event that happens/occurs/takes place; x1 is an incident/happening/occurrence.
notes See also fau, krefu, lifri, fatci, rapli, banli; if specifically agentive: gasnu, zukte
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created by officialdata
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time Fri Sep 18 01:34:48 2015

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Español
Definition #1 [edit]
   
definition x1 (evento) ocurre/sucede/pasa
created by xorxes
vote information 1
time Thu Mar 13 16:27:06 2003

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Esperanto
Definition #1 [edit]
   
definition x1 (okazo) okazas/estiĝas; x1 estas incidento/okazaĵo
notes (kp. cmavo fau, krefu, lifri, fatci, rapli; gasnu, zukte, se specife agenta, banli)
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created by xorxes
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time Thu Mar 13 14:01:43 2003

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Français facile
Definition #61246 [edit]
   
definition x1 est un évènement qui arrive
notes x1 : évènement
created by glekizmiku
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time Thu Oct 16 02:12:15 2014

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lojban
Definition #64821 - Preferred [edit]
   
definition x1 co'a je ca'o je co'u zasti .i x1 ca'o zasti .i x1 co'i zasti
notes zasti
created by xorxes
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time Sat Feb 14 08:39:04 2015

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Magyarul
Definition #1 [edit]
   
definition x1 egy esemény, amely megtörténik/bekövetkezik
notes (Lásd még: krefu, lifri, fatci, rapli, gasnu, zukte, banli)
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created by kapos
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time Wed Jun 13 00:43:29 2012

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Simple English
Definition #1 [edit]
   
definition x1 occurs or happens
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place keywords 1. an occurrence
created by gleki
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time Wed Mar 26 17:44:47 2014

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Svenska
Definition #20038 [edit]
   
definition x1 (händelse) är en händelse som tilldrar sig/händer/sker/inträffar; x1 är en incident/tilldragelse/begivenhet/evenemang.
notes jfr cmavo list fau, krefu, lifri, fatci, rapli; gasnu, zukte, ifall specifikt agentivt, banli.
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created by jongausib
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time Fri Aug 12 12:09:52 2011

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Русский
Definition #1 [edit]
   
definition x1 (событие) происходит/имеет место/случается; x1 — событие/инцидент/происшествие/случай
notes fau, krefu (повторение), lifri (испытывать [о жизненном опыте]), fatci (факт), rapli (повторяться); gasnu (делать), zukte (действовать) — при наличии деятеля, banli (великий)
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place keywords 1. случающийся
created by gleki2
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time Thu Aug 2 00:48:12 2012

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中文
Definition #2 [edit]
   
definition 事件x1发生;x1是一个事件
notes 参见 fau, krefu, lifri, fatci, rapli, gasnu, zukte, banli
created by gleki
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time Wed Mar 26 06:20:45 2014

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日本語
Definition #39527 [edit]
   
definition x1 は事/出来事/事件/事象/現象; x1 は起こる/生じる/発生する
notes ・大意: 事 ・読み方: ファスヌ ・語呂合わせ: fan(発), happen ・関連語: fau, krefu, lifri, fatci, rapli; gasnu, zukte, banli
created by glekizmiku
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time Thu May 2 01:59:12 2013

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