The translations of to spare from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «to spare» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «TO SPARE» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «to spare» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «to spare» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about to spare
10 QUOTES WITH «TO SPARE»
Famous quotes and sentences with the word to spare.
I was sent to boarding school at the age of ten. I think Mummy was trying to protect me in her own way, trying to spare me living through the day-to-day reality of her illness.
If I have half an hour to spare, I just have to hit the shops. And I can get overexcited.
Some of you may have been hoping that today I would speak about Lucien Bouchard's latest economic theories. But I have decided to spare him for the time being: after all, he is a man.
Charles W. Chesnutt
There's time enough, but none to spare.
George Armstrong Custer
I appeal to you as a soldier to spare me the humiliation of seeing my regiment march to meet the enemy and I not share its dangers.
Finley Peter Dunne
There ain't any news in being good. You might write the doings of all the convents of the world on the back of a postage stamp, and have room to spare.
If you wish to spare yourself and your venerable family, give heed to my advice with the ear of intelligence. If you do not, you will see what God has willed.
I am always begging them to spare me this chasing after men.
The States which form the northern border of the United States westward from the Great Lakes to the Pacific coast include an area several times larger than France and could contain ten Englands and still have room to spare.
No doubt many people have the feeling that to talk about death at all is, in effect, to conjure it up mentally, to bring it closer in such a way that one has to face up to the inevitability of one's own eventual demise. So, to spare ourselves this psychological trauma, we decide just to try to avoid the topic as much as possible.
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TO SPARE»
Discover the use of to spare in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to to spare and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Not a Nickel toSpare: The Great Depression Diary of Sally ...
Today's readers might be surprised to know that there were people in Toronto who prided themselves on being part of The Swastika Club. A map, photographs and documents provide a visual context for the story.
Perry Nodelman, 2007
Speed toSpare: Beyer Speed Figures Uncovered
Provides advice on using the Beyer Speed Figures published in the "Daily Racing Form" to identify winning horses at the race track.
Joe Cardello, 2003
Identifying with your captor is one thing.
Barbara Dunlop, 2014
Vectors toSpare: The Life of an Air Traffic Controller
Conveys the flavor of the job of aerial cop, describing arrogant pilots, boom-lowering supervisors, career politics, & actual crashes & near misses. Both enjoyable and informative to read... Brenlove is such a skilled writer.
Milovan S. Brenlove, 1993
Greatness toSpare: The Heroic Sacrifices of the Men Who ...
Discusses the contributions made by the signers of the Declaration of Independence and their impact on United States history
T. R. Fehrenbach, 1999
Strikes toSpare: A Collection of Short Stories
Strikes to Spare A girl who is a champion collegiate bowler has dreams of being on the pro-tour; but she faces the dilemma.
Ernie Gabrielson, 2010
Five Minutes toSpare, Extracts on Varied Subjects
This is an EXACT reproduction of a book published before 1923. This IS NOT an OCR'd book with strange characters, introduced typographical errors, and jumbled words.
John Guard, 2010
An English and Danish Dictionary ...
To SPARE, rv. a. atsþare; shaa'te. I To spare ones money, at * sparzsnt pmger. I
To spare sor nothing, atshare ingen ling. Pro-u. To spare at the spigot, and let it
run out os the bungholt', atspare paashi/lingm ag lade d'aleren fart. 1 To spare a
Andreas Berthelson, 1754
To Spank Or Not to Spank
... all confessed 17 Chapter One: To Spare or Not to Spare Part One: Sparing the
John Rosemond, 1994
Taylor. I SPARANISI, a town in the north-west of the kingdom ' of Naples, in the
Terra di Lavoro, with 1500 inhabitants. SPARAXIS. See IXIA. To SPARE, *0. a. ~
pap1an, Saxon; spaeren, Dutch; espargne, French.] To use frugally; not to waste;
John Wilkes, 1828
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