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pierce the tap hole(met) a destupa / a perfora gura de evacuare (la un cuptor, la o oală de turnare)
(fam.) money burns his fingers/burns a hole in his pocket.nu ţin banii la el!
(fam.) not to be worth a farthing/a rush/a penny/a curse/an old song/a fig/a jigger/a leek/a fillip/a pin/a damn/a rap/a hill/a bean/amer. a red cent; (fam.) not to be fit for the dust-hole; (fam.) not to amount to a row of beans; sl. to cut no ice.a nu face o ceapă degerată
(fam.) to put smb. in a hole; to lead smb. a dance; amer. (fam.) to get/to have the deadwood on smb.; to have got smb. by the leg.a pune pe cineva într-o situaţie grea/dificilă/ neplăcută
(fam.) to wear a button-hole.a purta (o) floare la butonieră
(mere) hovel, hole; so many men, so many mindsbordei(casa saracacioasa)
a poky hole of a place; a Godforsaken place.o localitate prăpădită
a poky hole; the back of beyond.fundul provinciei
a round peg in a square hole; a square peg in a round hole.un om nepotrivit pentru locul pe care-l ocupă
access holeorificiu de vizitare
air hole(met, plast) gură de răsuflare, răsuflătoare (şi la turnare)
air holeorificiu de evacuare a aerului (din tancuri), orificiu / gură de ventilare
air hole/wayrasuflatoare
ash holeclapet de cenuşar; puţ de zgură
aspiration holegură de aspiraţie
at the back of beyond; in a hole (of a place)!în fundul pământului
balancing holeorificiu de egalizare
bar holelocaş pentru manelă
basic hole(OM) alezaj unitar
basic holealezaj unitar
bilateral hole(OM) alezaj cu dimensiune nominală între dimensiunea maximă şi cea minimă
blast holegaură pentru explozivi
blind hole(OM) gaură înfundată
blind holegaură înfundată / cu fund
blow (hole)suflura
blow holenara(a balenei)
blow(-)holebăşică; (met) suflură (sferoi-dală mare), bulă / pori de gaz(e), gol de aer, retasură, gură de vânt, tub de suflare
bolt holegaură de bulon
bolt(-hole) circle, bolt-pitch circle(OM) cercul centrelor găurilor la o flanşă
bolt-hole circlecerc al centrelor găurilor de flanşă
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