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give up

Mongolian

Last Update: 2021-03-30
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Mark up

Mongolian

phrasal verbs

Last Update: 2019-05-27
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Move Up

Mongolian

Дээш

Last Update: 2014-08-20
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whats up

Mongolian

sim senhorita

Last Update: 2021-02-12
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

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Straight Up

Mongolian

Өргөн гудам

Last Update: 2014-08-20
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Reference: Anonymous

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What's up?

Mongolian

Юу байна?

Last Update: 2014-02-01
Usage Frequency: 1
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Reference: Anonymous

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Her face lit up.

Mongolian

Бүсгүйн царай гэрэлтэв.

Last Update: 2014-02-01
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I usually get up at 8.

Mongolian

Би ихэвчлэн 8 цагт босдог.

Last Update: 2014-02-01
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Add or remove applications from the main menu

Mongolian

Үндсэн цэсэнд ямар програмууд харагдахыг өөрчлөх

Last Update: 2014-08-20
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Call me up whenever you need my help.

Mongolian

Миний хэрэг гарвал утасдаарай.

Last Update: 2014-02-01
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still some people think he made up his stories.

Mongolian

одоо ч зарим хүмүүс түүний түүхийг хүртэл хийсэн гэж бодож байна.

Last Update: 2015-03-04
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As we go up higher, the air becomes cooler.

Mongolian

Өндөрт гарах тусмаа агаар хүйтэн болно.

Last Update: 2014-02-01
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poverty is staying up aal night on cold nights to watch the fire, knowing one spark on the newspaper covering the walls means your sleeping children die in flames

Mongolian

бедность ложиться спать всю ночь на холодной ночи, чтобы смотреть на огонь, зная, что одна искра на газету на стенах означает, что ваш спящих детей реж в огне.

Last Update: 2013-03-29
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The shipping industry was recently in the headlines when on 31 August 2016 Hanjin Shipping Co filed for bankruptcy protection in the Seoul Central District Court. Hanjin was South Korea’s biggest container carrier and the seventh largest in the world. Upon obtaining bankruptcy protection, 66 of its ships containing an estimated $14.5bn of cargo were left stranded at sea. Ports around the world refused entry to Hanjin’s ships, on the basis that they feared that Hanjin would not be able to pay docking fees and stevedore services. Elsewhere, Hanjin’s ships were arrested in various countries including the United States, China and Panama following liens being exercised by creditors. End-customers were left facing difficulties in how to liberate goods which were urgently required in order to operate their business; containers were stuck at sea with consequential losses mounting. A US bankruptcy court granted Hanjin a temporary order of protection in September, which allowed Hanjin to pay port fees upfront and provided protection against seizures once the ships docked. Whilst Hanjin’s problems have been the most serious and widely publicised, the industry as a whole is under financial pressure, with some estimating that container lines may lose up to $10bn this year on turnover of $170bn. The causes of those difficulties are multi-faceted. Container volume growth has lagged behind global GDP growth, with 2015 marking the first year since the 1950s that growth in container volumes was below the level of global GDP growth. What are the reasons for this change? Some point to the slowdown in China, along with an increasing number of manufacturers locating their plants in the markets that they are supplying to, so cutting out the costs of transit. As a result of the over-capacity in the market, freight prices have dropped dramatically since 2011. Simply put, carriers have been ordering new ships faster than they have been scrapping old ones. That overcapacity has resulted in the price of shipping a container from Shanghai to Europe to fall by 50% when compared to the rates in 2014. Similarly, the Baltic Dry index (indicating the price of moving major commodities in bulk by sea) has dropped by 95% since its high in 2008. Whilst such price drops will be welcomed by customers, the suppression of market rates will inevitably cause difficulties for the carriers. Companies that represent almost 75% of the market have sought to follow the lead of the airline industry and have proposed entering into various alliances with each other; an example being Maersk Line and Mediterranean Shipping Company’s alliance, known as 2M, through which they will seek to resolve over-capacity by sharing space on each other’s ships. The impact of such alliances are yet to be seen, but unless the over-capacity is addressed by other means (such as implementing a significant scrapping programme), the industry may well have to continue to navigate some very troubled waters in the meantime.

Mongolian

илгээхээсээ өмнө та хамгийн багадаа 1 хэлний хослолыг нэмэх хэрэгтэй ..

Last Update: 2016-12-22
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type fuThis approach is quite common for expensive repair and maintenance jobs, when the firm—often a small business with limited working capital—must buy materials up front.ll sentence in your langage

Mongolian

ажил хийгдэж дууссан

Last Update: 2016-09-15
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Reference: Gerelee

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In December 2013, Schekman called for academic journal publishing reform and open access science publication by announcing that his lab at the University of California, Berkeley would no longer submit to the prestigious closed-access journals Nature, Cell and Science, citing their self-serving and deleterious effects on science.[24] He has criticized these journals for artificially restricting the number of publications accepted to drive up demand.[24] In addition, Schekman says the journals accept papers that will be cited often, increasing the prestige of the journal, rather than those which demonstrate important results.[24] Schekman has said the prestige and difficulty of publishing in these journals sometimes cause scientists to cut corners or pursue trends, rather than conduct research on important questions. Schekman is the current editor of eLife, an open access journal and competitor to Nature, Cell, and Science.[24] Papers are accepted into eLife based on review by working scientists.[24] Access to accepted papers is free.[24]

Mongolian

Sain bna uu

Last Update: 2014-03-25
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Reference: Anonymous

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