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Results for: (fam.) to take smb. in tow; to trot smb. roundTranslations 1 - 30 of 293
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(a)rounddupa(in jurul)
(a)roundimprejurul
(a)round; left about! face about! about face!imprejur
(a)round; aboutdimpreunadimprejurul
(cu gen.) to go round and round smth.a se învârti în jurul
(cu gen.) to go round...; to travel round...a face înconjurul
(fam.) away with you! out you go! (get) out of the way! (fam.) you trot away! (fam.) run along! (fam.) clear out! (fam.) hop it! (fam.) bundle off/away! go to grass! sl. clear the decks! sl. screw! sl. saw your timber! sl. bugger off! amer. beat it! go chşterge-o!
(fam.) to ask smb. round for (the evening).a invita pe cineva să-şi petreacă (seara etc.)
(fam.) to beat about the bush; to talk round a question; to give covert hints to smb.a o lua pe departe
(fam.) to dangle after/round women; (fam.) to run/to be always after petticoats.a se ţine după fuste
(fam.) to take smb. in tow; to trot smb. round.a servi drept ghid
(fam.) you can twist him round your little finger; you may do as you like with him.îl poţi juca pe degete cum vrei
(pop.) to trickle round to see smb.a vizita pe cineva pe furiş
1. (a termina) to finish; to end. 2. (a pune capăt) to put an end to. 3. (a îndeplini) to carry out. 4. (a distruge) to undo; to ruin; (a ucide) to kill; to be death of; to despatch; (fam.) to do for. 5. (a cuceri) to conquer; to get round smb. 6. (a năuca da gata
1. gradually; by degrees; (precaut) cautiously; (uşor) gently; softly. 2. (pe departe) in a round-about way. 3. see: binele.cu binişorul
1. here(abouts); in the neighbourhood; about/round here. 2. (la noi) here; in this country; with us. 3. (pe acest drum) this way (please). 4. (cu verbul a trece) through/in here.pe aici
1. in the main/the lump; on the whole; generally/roughly (speaking); (speaking) in general; by and large. 2. (de obicei) as a (general) rule; usually; ordinarily; nine times out of ten. 3. (în ansamblu) taken all in all; taken all round.în general
1. round about; right round; all around; in a circle. 2. (din toate părţile) on all sides; from every quarter. 3. (pretutindeni) everywhere. 4. (în toate direcţiile) in all directions; anywhere.în jur
1. sideways; laterally. 2. (de jur împrejur) round about. 3.(greşit) wide of the mark; off the mark.pe alături
1. to accost/to molest smb.; to offer violence to smb. 2. fig. to pick on smb.; to turn (round) on smb.a se lega de cineva
1. to backgammon smb. 2. fig. to get the upper hand of smb.; to make rings round smb.a face marţ pe cineva
1. to set smb. on his legs again; to put/to set smb. on his feet; to help smb. up. 2. (a readuce în simţiri) to bring smb. round. 3. (a însănătoşi) to restore smb. to his health; to set smb. on his legs again.a pune pe picioare pe cineva
<~ de fereastra>window frame; round about; right round; all around; in a circle; on all sides; jur
a long way round; in a roundabout/devious way; by devious ways.pe cale ocolită
a round peg in a square hole; a square peg in a round hole.un om nepotrivit pentru locul pe care-l ocupă
account; public house; restaurant; to pay the bill; to pay for all; to stand treat (all round); consumatie(plata la restaurant)
all the year round.cât e anul de mare
all-roundcircular, de jur împrejur
all-round cranemacara pivotantă
at a (slow) trot.la trap (uşor)
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