active

['æktiv]
adjective
1) (energetic or lively; able to work etc: At seventy, he's no longer very active.) dejaven
2) ((busily) involved: She is an active supporter of women's rights.) aktiven
3) (causing an effect or effects: Yeast is an active ingredient in bread-making.) aktiven
4) (in force: The rule is still active.) veljaven
5) ((of volcanoes) still likely to erupt.) delujoč
6) (of the form of a verb in which the subject performs the action of the verb: The dog bit the man.) tvornik
- actively
- activity
* * *
I [aektiv]
adjective (actively adverb)
delaven, marljiv; živahen, aktiven; energičen; učinkovit
grammar tvoren; commerce active capital — aktiva
active balance — aktivna bilanca
active commerce — trgovina z lastnimi ladjami, na lastnih ladjah
active debts — neporavnane terjatve
active demand — živahno povpraševanje
active partner — poslovni partner
on the active list — redno zaposlen
military active service — služba na bojišču; American aktivna služba
to take an active part in — sodelovati pri
grammar active voice — tvorni glagolski način
II [aektiv]
noun
grammar tvorni glagolski način, aktiv

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.

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