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branch-point stream line(hidr) linie de curent la ramificaţie
(d. trenuri) to pull/to stream out of the station.a ieşi din gară
(fam.) exact to a hair- line.precis până la ultimul amănunt
(fam.) mil. to fall into line elbow to elbow; to touch elbows.a simţi cotul
(fam.) not to put too fine a point on it...vorbind cinstit/sincer/pe şleau
(fam.) one must draw a line somewhere.orice lucru are o limită
(fam.) one must draw the line somewhere.trebuie să existe o limită în toate
(fam.) one must draw the line somewhere.undeva trebuie să ştii să te opreşti!
(fam.) to be in the public line.a ţine un restaurant
(fam.) to bring smb. into line with the others.a pune pe cineva de acord cu ceilalţi
(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 insist on...; to persist in...; to harp on (the same string); never to hear the last of...; to hammer the point.a-i tot da cu Doamne-ajută
(fam.) to throw a good line.a se pricepe la pescuit
(large) river; streamfluviu
(point of) view, standpointpozitie(punct de vedere)
(thick) branchpar(craca)
(winning) post; on my arrival; on my arriving/arrival home; finishing linesosire
1. (la urma urmelor) after all; (în fond) at (the) bottom; fundamentally; (în concluzie) in conclusion; (de fapt) as a matter of fact; in (point of) fact. 2. (vorbind în general) generally speaking (în general) in the main; on the whole; when you come to la (o) adică
1. (spaţial) in a row/a line. 2. (o singură dată) (just) once; on just one occasion.într-un singur rând
1. a ticklish problem/card to play; a nice/a delicate/a subtle/a knotty point; a vexed question. 2. fig. a hard nut to crack.problemă greu de rezolvat
1. ferov. to leave/to get off/to run off the rails/the line; to leave/to jump the metals; to fly thea sări de pe linie
1. fig. to wrench the meaning of... 2. (a se îndepărta de la subiect) to stray from the subject; to wander from the point; to digress.a suci vorba/înţelesul
1. in (point of) fact; as a matter of fact; actually; strictly speaking; in substance; to all intents (and purposes); for that matter; for the matter of that; at (the) bottom. 2. (în definitiv) after all. 3. jur. de facto.de fapt
1. in a row/a line/a string; in files; in single/Indian file. 2. (la rând) running; successively; in succession. 3. (neîntrerupt) incessantly; ceaselessly; on end; together; running; on/at a stretch; rar at the stretch; înv. by and by.în şir
1. mil. to keep (the) time; to keep step; to keep in the line; to mark time. 2. muz. to keep time.a ţine cadenţa
1. undoubtedly; unquestionably; without a doubt; certainly; of course. 2. (ai dreptate) right you are. 3. (de fapt) as a matter of fact in (point of) tact.nimic de spus/zis
1. uphill; up the hill. 2. (în amonte) upstream; up the river/the stream.la deal
branch or stick adorned with artificial flowerssorcova
abutment line(mec) latură de închidere a poligonului de forţe
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