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(in) these days; in our days/times; now days; at the present day/time; in these latter days.în zilele noastre; în ziua de astăzi/azi
(river) bullhead (Cottus gobio); the first 9 or 12 days of march when; according to the popular belief; Baba Dochia shakes off her furcoats one by one; follow my leader; beldam(e); baba
1. (în trecut) one (fine) day; once (upon a time) 2. (în viitor) one of these (fine) days; some day (or other); some time or other; some other day.într-o bună zi
1. (în trecut) the other day; a few days ago; during the last few days; lately; latterly; of late. 2. (în viitor) in the next few days; one of these days; one/ some day; some day this week; soon.zilele acestea
1. for ever (more); to the end of days/time; for good and all; to all eternity. 2. (niciodată) never, not once.în veci
1. in the days of old/yore. 2. see: cu lupii albi/cu moş Adam.de când Adam Babadam
dog-days; canicular dayscanicular
a few days ago; recentdeunazi(acum citeva zile)
a few/(fam.) a couple of minutes/days, etc. ago; (fam.) a bit ago.acum câteva zile/clipe etc.
a great man; an outstanding man; a man of some importance.un om cu vază
a man of mark/note; an outstanding/a remarkable fellow.un om de seamă
after the sales servicegarantie(de intretinere)(de intretinere)
as long as he lives; to the end of his days.câte zile o avea
at present; for the time being; nowadays; at the (present) moment; at the present day; in these latter days.în momentul de faţă
at present; now; nowadays; currently; at the moment; (fam.) at this time of day; at the present day; in these latter days.în prezent
at the/a time when...; in the days when...în timpul când...
canicular days; canicular; hot; scorchingcanicula(perioada)
characteristic; ruling class; outstanding/dominant/prevalent featuredominant(caracteristic)
dayszi(vremuri)
dayszile
dog-dayscanicula(perioada)
dog-days; cannicular days.zile caniculare
during the last few days.în ultimele zile
during...; at the time of...; in the days of...în timpul (cu gen.)
end of one`s life/daysveleat
for days on end; for whole days.zile întregi/în şir
formerly; once; of old/yore; in the old days; in olden timesodinioara
he breathes his last; his days are numbered; his life is moving towards its end; (fam.) he is on his last legs.a nu mai avea mult de trăit; nu mai are –
he has not tasted food for three days.a nu băga nimic în gură; n-a băgat nimic în gură de trei zile
heat; <~ animala>animal heat; <~ innabusitoare>stifling heat; <~ specifica>specific heat; sultry heat; dog days; conducting heat; warmly; ardently; devoutly; localdura
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