kia, lilit ubi
lace (lās) noun. 1. (fabric), (kain) les; (used as edging) renda. the dress was made of black lace, baju itu dibuat daripada kain les hitam; 2. (cord or string) tali: a pair of shoe laces, sepasang tali kasut; intransitive verb. also lace up, bertali: his waistcoat laces at the back, weskotnya bertali di belakang; transitive verb. 1. also lace up, fasten with lace, mengikat tali: she laced her shoes, dia mengikat tali kasutnya; 2. thread cord, string through holes etc, membubuh tali: the little boy was obviously having trouble lacing his shoes, budak lelaki itu nampaknya menghadapi kesukaran untuk membubuh tali kasutnya; 3. flavour with liquor, poison, etc, membubuh [sesuatu] ke dalam: he laced her coffee with brandy, dia membubuh brandi ke dalam kopi wanita itu.
(lăsʹə-rāt´) verb, transitive. lacerated, lacerating, lacerates. To rip, cut, or tear, (active) melukai; (passive) luka, laserat; (technical) melaserat: his hands were badly Lacerated by the thorns, tangannya luka teruk terkena duri;
adjective. (figurative) luka: her words soothed his lacerated feelings, kata-kata wanita itu menenangkan hatinya yang luka.
(lăs´ə-rāʹshən) noun. 1. act of lacerating, pelecetan; 2. A jagged wound or cut, luka melecet: his leg was covered with lacerations, kakinya penuh dengan luka melecet.