The English meaning of 1 to send out2 to show (one's feeling)3 to issue4 to develop5 to make a bundle of money6 classifier for gunshots (rounds)
I discovered my father collected 30 years of newpapers.
When she saw that they had no schools, she started one.
Newspapers, magazines, and newscasts tell what is going on in the world.
The hair style of the Beatles created a sensation.
They set out with a guide just in case they lost their way.
Weather permitting, we will leave in an hour.
Thanks to the development of agricultural science, world food production has managed to keep up with population growth - but only at the expense of the future.
I don't see any reason why I have to apologize.
If you see a mistake, then please correct it.
The girl wore a yellow ribbon in her hair.
"What's going on in the cave? I'm curious." "I have no idea."
On his arrival in London, he sent me a telegram.