Atmokėkite jai, kaip ji jums atlygino, ir atiduokite dvigubai pagal jos darbus. Dvigubai sumaišykite taurę, kurią ji jums maišė.
As with many common verbs, the meaning of “to say” in the Bible is highly dependent on context. Who is speaking? Who is hearing? What is it about? Is it a command, a message, an apology, instruction? All these things enter into the meaning of “say.”
In general, though, “saying” has to do with sharing truth at various levels – from the most exalted power people can have to perceive the Lord’s desires directly to the most basic of orders issued to people at their lowest.