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O. to learn sth. (teach) by explaining it to them [instruct]. /sth. in the past (remember), usually talking/writing about them with pleasure/affection [reminisce]. 6. o. to think sth. is true when it is not in order to take sth. away from them [defraud, swindle]. 7. o. to become aware of sth. o. to think that sth. is true when it is not to make them do sth. [trick dupe]. o. to think in a certain way (influence), causing them to do sth. [induce]. 8. Change/Existence: To think that sth. is going to become real (happen) [expect].
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V) Lack of examples in context and lack of pragmatic labels. (vi) Contemporary scientific and technical terms are often missing. (vii) Valencies, complementations or syntactic patterns are rarely used and, if so, systematic or consistent methods are absent. However, one exception in the gloomy picture of Spanish lexicography is the classic Diccionario de uso del español by María Moliner (1966-67), very useful in providing examples, complementation patterns and a few usage labels, despite the fact that it was published 30 years ago.
An Introduction to the Grammar of the Sanskrit Language, for the Use of Early Students by H.H. Wilson