1. Simple Present form of be
It is present tense…
Nonstop or not ceasing and it is continuing. Without stopping. When you do something unceasingly, you do it without stopping. In a way that is continuing and unlikely to stop or never ceasing.
Lasting for an unknown or unstated length of time. Synonyms as indeterminate, unlimited, undecided, undetermined, uncertain, not sure, not exact, not clearly defined, not precise, an indefinite date in the future.
If you describe a situation or period as indefinite, you mean that people have not decided when it will end. Unsettled, not clear in meaning, blurred, of not fixed number.
A container used to put flowers in.
Tembikar. Pots, dishes and other articles made of fired clay. Pottery can be broadly decided into earthenware, porcelain and stoneware.
Make something look more attractive by adding decorative items. Synonyms as decorate, beautify, accessorize, dress up. Decoration that is added to increase the beauty of. Decorations and patterns on a building or a piece of furniture can be referred to as ornament. A thing used or serving to make something look more attractive but usually having no practical purpose.
2. A hollow container, especially one used to hold something such as a bowl or cask.
Porcelain is a hard, white non-porous type of ceramic. (noun) An example of porcelain is a type of veneers for teeth.
pottery, crockery, stoneware; china, porcelain; pots, crocks. “the Wedgwood potteries produced cream-coloured earthenware”
pottery, pots, china, terracotta. the art of making objects by shaping pieces of clay and then baking them until they are hard.
a bright yellow metal made from copper and zinc. In malay is LOYANG
a brown metal made of copper and tin. In malay is GANGSA
very large in size, quantity, or extent.
“enormous sums of money”
synonyms:huge, vast, broad, wide. Extremely large or great.
To accept something to be true without question or proof.
used to admit that something is true, before saying something else about it.
regard as probable; expect or predict.
“she anticipated scorn on her return to the theatre” synonyms:expect, foresee, predict, think likely, forecast, prophesy.