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(1.00) (Gen 8:5)

tn Or “could be seen.”

(1.00) (Joh 11:57)

tn Or “could seize.”

(1.00) (Act 13:39)

tn Or “could not free.”

(0.88) (Gen 43:10)

tn Heb “we could have returned.”

(0.75) (1Ki 8:8)

tn Heb “they could not be seen outside.”

(0.75) (2Ch 5:9)

tn Heb “they could not be seen outside.”

(0.75) (Mar 11:18)

tn Grk “how they could destroy him.”

(0.75) (Joh 8:6)

tn Grk “so that they could accuse.”

(0.71) (Gen 50:15)

tn The imperfect tense could be a simple future; it could also have a desiderative nuance.

(0.63) (Jdg 2:7)

tn Or perhaps “elders,” which could be interpreted to mean “leaders.”

(0.63) (1Sa 14:47)

tn Heb “his,” which could refer to Israel or to Saul.

(0.63) (Job 3:22)

tn The particle could be “when” or “because” in this verse.

(0.63) (Lam 3:57)

tn The verb could be understood as a precative (“Say”).

(0.63) (Lam 3:61)

tn The verb could be understood as a precative (“Hear”).

(0.63) (Eze 20:32)

tn The Hebrew could also read: “Let us be.”

(0.63) (Act 20:16)

tn Grk “if it could be to him” (an idiom).

(0.62) (Num 14:9)

sn The expression must indicate that they could destroy the enemies as easily as they could eat bread.

(0.54) (Exo 30:16)

tn The infinitive could be taken in a couple of ways here. It could be an epexegetical infinitive: “making atonement.” Or it could be the infinitive expressing result: “so that atonement will be made for your lives.”

(0.53) (Exo 34:15)

tn There is no subject for the verb. It could be rendered “and one invites you,” or it could be made a passive.

(0.53) (Num 1:5)

tn The preposition lamed (ל) prefixed to the name could be taken in the sense of “from,” but could also be “with regard to” (specification).



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