conventional στα Ουκρανικά

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a. порядний, ввічливий, звичайний, загальноприйнятий, обумовлений, звичний, неядерний, умовний

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A station wagon offers more room than a conventional car.
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A new study has revolutionized conventional wisdom about the effects of salt on health.
(Voice of America)
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Conventional product: It carries no special tag.
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Conventional light bulbs consume a lot of energy.
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In addition, fracking generates far more emissions of methane — a powerful greenhouse gas — compared to the conventional extraction of hydrocarbons.
(Voice of America)
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Replace conventional light bulbs with compact fluorescent bulbs, which last between 6 to 12 times longer. Turn off lights not in use.
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Replace your conventional light bulbs with fluorescent light bulb.
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Sometimes, conventional products are more expensive.
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The shops were reopening. The neighbors accustomed to the conventional silence of their deserted apartment houses, again heard sounds of returning life in the homes above and below them.
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Use LED lights for decorations during the holidays. They consume 90% less energy than conventional lights.
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Συνώνυμα

following accepted customs and proprieties: conventionality, customary, stodgy, received, conventionalism, unoriginal, formulaic, convention, stuffy, formal
conforming with accepted standards: established, orthodox
represented in simplified or symbolic form: nonrepresentational, schematic, formal
unimaginative and conformist: unimaginative, buttoned-down, square, button-down, white-bread, stereotypic, straight, stereotyped, conservative, stereotypical
(weapons) using energy for propulsion or destruction that is not nuclear energy
in accord with or being a tradition or practice accepted from the past: traditional
rigidly formal or bound by convention: ceremonious, formal



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