1) (a copy or representation of something usually on a much smaller scale: a model of the Taj Mahal; (also adjective) a model aeroplane.) modelis, maketas2) (a particular type or design of something, eg a car, that is manufactured in large numbers: Our car is a 1999 model.) modelis3) (a person who wears clothes etc so that possible buyers can see them being worn: He has a job as a male fashion model.) rūbų demonstruotojas, manekenas4) (a person who is painted, sculpted, photographed etc by an artist, photographer etc: I work as an artist's model.) modelis, pozuotojas5) (something that can be used to copy from.) šablonas6) (a person or thing which is an excellent example: She is a model of politeness; (also adjective) model behaviour.) pavyzdys; pavyzdingas2. verb1) (to wear (clothes etc) to show them to possible buyers: They model (underwear) for a living.) demonstruoti (rūbus)2) (to work or pose as a model for an artist, photographer etc: She models at the local art school.) dirbti modeliu, pozuoti3) (to make models (of things or people): to model (the heads of famous people) in clay.) modeliuoti, lipdyti4) (to form (something) into a (particular) shape: She modelled the clay into the shape of a penguin; She models herself on her older sister.) formuoti, kurti (ką) pagal pavyzdį•
English-Lithuanian dictionary. 2013.