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The villagers who stepped aside on the road to let them pass were used to such convoys. Philip Marsden The Barefoot Emperor: An Ethiopian Tragedy (2007)Venture makes products to deal with conditions such as hair loss and dry eyes. Times, Sunday Times (2014)And just such a deliverance comes about in the next few lines. Rutherford, Ward Celtic Mythology (1987)He suggests further work to reduce overlap with areas such as policing and health. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They make such big money out of it. Times, Sunday Times (2011)No other leader in the world could command such crowds day after day. The Sun (2010)There is no place in the organisation for such people. Times, Sunday Times (2007)We are not doing such a great job right now. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They will be introduced to processes such as how glaciers shape landscapes. Times, Sunday Times (2012)There is just such a one in this first display. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Such players do not wish to hide. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They like to live in walls and behind things such as stacked bricks. The Sun (2010)The effectiveness of such methods may include wider issues than absolute scientific proof. Evans, Andrew The Secrets of Musical Confidence (1994)So why does timeshare have such a bad name? The Sun (2013)It is not the first time that they have used such tactics. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They also want to see a change in the way parents are dealt with in such cases. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Such stories make you feel that this companion is in itself a labour of love. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Healing after such an experience does take time. Shapiro, Jean Get the Best out of the Rest of Your Life (1990)Such people come in all forms and they loom large. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Pressure on phone makers to introduce such features has come from consumers concerned about lack of security. Times, Sunday Times (2013)One such area is club grounds. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The point is that things such as this just don't happen. Times, Sunday Times (2010)While property prices are stalling in many parts of the country, such gilded locations are bucking the trend. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It's amazing that a country with such a great history in the game hasn't really had any kind of academy system in the north until recently. Times, Sunday Times (2012)

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Translations for 'such'

British English: such /sʌtʃ/ DETERMINER
like the one perviously mentioned You use such to refer back to the thing or person that you have just mentioned, or a thing or person like the one that you have just mentioned.
We regard such methods as entirely unacceptable.
  • American English: such
  • Arabic: كَهَذا
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tal
  • Chinese: 这样的
  • Croatian: takav
  • Czech: takový
  • Danish: sådanne
  • Dutch: zulk
  • European Spanish: tan
  • Finnish: sellainen
  • French: tel
  • German: solcher
  • Greek: τέτοιος
  • Italian: tale
  • Japanese: そのような
  • Korean: 그런
  • Norwegian: slik
  • Polish: taki
  • European Portuguese: tal
  • Romanian: astfel
  • Russian: такой
  • Spanish: tal
  • Swedish: sådan
  • Thai: เช่นนี้
  • Turkish: böyle
  • Ukrainian: такий
  • Vietnamese: như loại đó
British English: such /sʌtʃ/ DETERMINER
intensifying an adjective You use such in front of an adjective followed by a noun to make the adjective stronger.
They're such good friends.
  • American English: such
  • Arabic: جِداً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tão
  • Chinese: 这样
  • Croatian: tako
  • Czech: tak
  • Danish: sådan
  • Dutch: zulke
  • European Spanish: tal
  • Finnish: sellainen
  • French: tel
  • German: so
  • Greek: τόσο
  • Italian: come
  • Japanese: そんなに
  • Korean: 그렇게
  • Norwegian: slik
  • Polish: taki
  • European Portuguese: tão
  • Romanian: așa de
  • Russian: тому подобный
  • Spanish: tan
  • Swedish: sådan
  • Thai: อย่างมาก
  • Turkish: böylesine
  • Ukrainian: такий
  • Vietnamese: vô cùng
British English: such /sʌtʃ/ DETERMINER
like that Such means like this or like that.
How could you do such a thing?
  • American English: such
  • Arabic: كَهَذا
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tal
  • Chinese: 那样
  • Croatian: takav
  • Czech: takový
  • Danish: sådan
  • Dutch: zoiets
  • European Spanish: así
  • Finnish: sellainen
  • French: si
  • German: so
  • Greek: τέτοιος
  • Italian: simile
  • Japanese: そのような
  • Korean: 그런
  • Norwegian: slik
  • Polish: taki
  • European Portuguese: tal
  • Romanian: astfel
  • Russian: такой
  • Spanish: tal
  • Swedish: sådan
  • Thai: เช่นนั้น
  • Turkish: böyle
  • Ukrainian: такий
  • Vietnamese: như thế này
British English: such /sʌtʃ/ DETERMINER
followed by `a' or `an' You use such a or such an in front of an adjective followed by a noun to make the adjective stronger.
It's such an ugly building.
  • American English: such
  • Arabic: جِدّاً
  • Brazilian Portuguese: tão
  • Chinese: 如此
  • Croatian: tako
  • Czech: takový
  • Danish:
  • Dutch: zo'n
  • European Spanish: tan
  • Finnish: niin
  • French: tel
  • German: solch
  • Greek: τόσο
  • Italian: tale
  • Japanese: とても
  • Korean: 너무나~한
  • Norwegian:
  • Polish: taki
  • European Portuguese: tão
  • Romanian: așa o/un/niște
  • Russian: такой
  • Spanish: tan
  • Swedish:
  • Thai: เช่นนี้
  • Turkish: böyle
  • Ukrainian: такий
  • Vietnamese: thực sự là

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