- priodolpropererproperestyn briodol
Adjective(1) marked by suitability or rightness or appropriateness(2) having all the qualities typical of the thing specified(3) limited to the thing specified(4) appropriate for a condition or purpose or occasion or a person's character, needs
(1) There is no proper pedestrian crossing on this stretch.(2) She'd learned to ride sidesaddle, as was proper for a young lady.(3) He dislikes dogs partly out of a sense of duty-he feels that, given his commitment to cats, it would not be quite proper for him to like dogs as well.(4) I thought the approach that I brought to the interview was the proper one under those circumstances and at that time.(5) They're not going to be taxed on hotel rooms if they can prove that they were living in New Orleans proper and that they're actual evacuees.(6) And will he then adopt such tactics in his proper job, asking Interpol to police our streets if his British bobbies find they are not winning many fixtures?(7) A true paragon of a British military officer, he was efficient, proper and habitually thorough.(8) By 332 he regarded himself as the proper ruler of the Persian empire, and after Gaugamela he was acclaimed king of Asia.(9) She's a proper little child, getting into mischief.(10) It is obviously proper for Parliament to lay down the framework within which the Judiciary operates.(11) It will undertake projects to provide proper drinking water, waste disposal and sanitation facilities for pilgrims.(12) I don't think that it is proper for me to give the details.(13) Two weeks after leaving the house, she confided in me that she didn't regard it as a proper album; that, she said, would come next year.(14) What was not proper for women, however, could easily be enacted by the dance figures in the space of spectacle.(15) It seems like there's a strip of stores and businesses three miles long, from the Michigan border into Iron Mountain proper .(16) So, of course, we had real jobs with proper tax codes, an optional pensions scheme, sickness cover and employee rights.
(1) proper noun :: enw priodol
(2) proper name :: enw iawn
(3) proper place :: lle priodol
(4) proper functioning :: gweithredu'n briodol
(5) not proper :: nid priodol
(6) proper use :: defnydd cywir
(7) proper fraction :: ffracsiwn priodol
(8) proper time :: amser priodol
(9) proper subset :: is-set briodol
(10) prim and proper :: prim a phriodol
1. real ::
2. right ::
3. respectable ::
1. improper ::
2. inappropriate ::
3. incorrect ::
4. indecent ::
5. indecorous ::
6. indelicate ::
7. unbecoming ::
8. unseemly ::
proper, properer, properest, properly
Word Example from TV Shows
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You're a PROPER lover, Jon Snow.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 6
That was a PROPER battle.
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 4
I should like to
see you spar with a PROPER partner, ser.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 5
If I had a PROPER forge,
I'd make it good as new.
Game of Thrones Season 3, Episode 3
So, the PROPER translation
for that prophecy would be,
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 2
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