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How to explain words with more than one meaning.

In Lithuanian there are words that have more than one meaning:

to go = eiti
to walk = eiti

to keep = laikyti
to hold = laikyti

to call = šaukti
to shout = šaukti

to dance = šokti
to jump = šokti

I need to put a synonym or a word in parantheses to explain the word. Please look at what I have written and change it if it is wrong or if you can think of something better.

to go = eiti, važiuoti
to walk = eiti

to keep = laikyti
to hold = laikyti (rankoje)

to call = šaukti
to shout = šaukti (skambus)

to dance = šokti (muzika)
to jump = šokti
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