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ball-bearing-bracket drop hangerlagăr oscilant suspendat în consolă
(d. persoane) to flop (down); to drop/to sink into a chair.a se prăbuşi pe un scaun/fotoliu
(fam.) get a move on! Come on! now then! look lively! bustle! go away! look alive/amer. sharp! make it snappy! get on the ball! stir yourmişcă(-te) (ceva mai repede)
(fam.) next to nothing; a drop in the buchet; (fam.) a sip; a sup.nici pe-o măsea
(fam.) to drop smb. a line.a trimite cuiva un bileţel/câteva rânduri
(fam.) to drop smb. a line/a few lines.a scrie cuiva câteva rânduri
(fam.) to drop smb. like a hot potato/like a hot chestnut.a rupe brusc relaţiile cu cineva
(fam.) to drop the pilot.a renunţa la serviciile unui sfătuitor bun
(fam.) to open the ball.a porni lucrurile
(fam.) to start the ball rolling; to set the ball a-rolling.a pune lucrurile în mişcare
(fam.) you could have heard a pin drop/fall.ai fi putut auzi musca
(la jocuri) my turn! my ball! mil. sl. taxi up!la mine!
(pop.) not to drop a word; not to utter a word/a syllable; (fam.) to keep mum.a nu zice bob
(square) bracketparanteza(dreapta)
1. (d. bărbaţi) to bow. 2. (d. femei) to drop a curts(e)y.a face o reverenţă
1. to drop from the sky; to come unexpectedly/out of the blue. 2. (a nu putea înţelege) to fall from the moon.a cădea ca din cer
1. to fall to the ground. 2. fig. to be dead tired; to be ready to drop; (fam.) înv. to go full tear.a da în brânci
1. to slide/to slip/to turn down; to drop. 2. (gulerul) to turn down/back. 3. (borul pălăriei) to turna lăsa în jos
1. to stay/to remain behind; to hang back/behind; to drop to the rear; mil. (a se-răzleţi) to straggle along. 2. şi fig. to fall/to lag behind; to be behindhand; (cu plata etc.) to fall into arrears. 3. (d. timp) to lose time; (d. ceas) to be slow.a rămâne în urmă
fancy-dress ballcostumat
little by little; gradually; <(din cind in cind)>now and then; <(cite putin)>bit by bit; <(cite un strop)>drop by droptiriita
a mere drop in the bucket; a grain of wheat in a bushel of chaff.un strop în mare
acid dropbomboana(cu lamiie)
adapter-type bearing(OM) rulment cu bucşă de fixare
adapter-type bearingrulment de bucşă de fixare
adjust a bearinga ajusta un cuzinet
adjustable bearing(OM) lagăr reglabil
adjustable bearingcuzinet / lagăr / reazem reglabil
allowable bearing pressurepresiune admisibilă
allusion; hint; suggestion; <~ rautacioasa>innuendo; <~ transparenta/vadita>broad hint; in allusion to ...; to allude to ...; to hint at ...; to give/drop a hintaluzie
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