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Results for: to lay smth. face downTranslations 1 - 30 of 1418
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(a domoli) to tame smb.; to curb smb.; (a obişnui) to accustom/to inure smb. to smth.; (a învăţa)to teach smb.; to lick smb. into shape.a da pe brazdă pe cineva
(a)round; left about! face about! about face!imprejur
(as) clear as the sun at noon-day; (as) clear as that two and two make(s) four; crystal-clear; as clear/clean as a whistle/as crystal. (fam.) it is as plain as a pikestaff/as plain as can be/ as plain as daylight/as plain as the nose on your face.limpede ca lumina zilei
(as) drunk as a sailor; poison nut (Nuces vomicae); annulated boletus (Boletus luteus); <~ de ceara>wax cake; <~ dulce>ginger bread; <~ oleaginoasa>pomace; as yellow as wax; turta
(check)mate; to checkmate smb.; to mate in threemat
(cu gen.) before (the face of); in front of; over against smth.în faţa
(cu gen.) from the face of...; from before...; before...din faţă
(cu gen.) in the presence of...; before...; in the face of...în prezenţa
(cu gen.) to go round and round smth.a se învârti în jurul
(cu gen.) to keep smth. secret/in private/in the dark; v. şi ~ tăcerea asupra unui lucrua păstra secret ceva; - secretul (asupra)
(cu gen.) to level smth. up to...a ridica ceva până la nivelul
(d. păsări, animale) to make a pounce on smth.; to pounce on smth.a se repezi asupra prăzii
(fam.) (a se înfuria) to fly off the handle; v. şi a se face foc.a i se umfla pipota cuiva
(fam.) do you/would you mind (doing smth.)?vrei să faci (faci ceva)?
(fam.) fig. to trick smb. out of smth.a sufla ceva cuiva
(fam.) his face was a study/a perfect study.merita să te uiţi la el
(fam.) see: va face broasca păr.când vor zbura bivolii
(fam.) smth. for the tooth.de-ale gurii
(fam.) smth. is happening/afoot; smth. is going forward.se întâmplă ceva
(fam.) to angle/to crib/to cabbage smth.; înv. to pick and steal smth.a face ceva la stânga
(fam.) to be as plain as a pikestaff/as can be/as (broad) daylight/as the nose on your face; sl. to stick out a mile.a se vedea cale de o poştă
(fam.) to be hard up for smth.a duce mare lipsă de ceva
(fam.) to be like a dying duck in a thunderstorm; to stare at smth. like a stuck pig.a rămâne ca viţelul la poarta nouă
(fam.) to blame smth. on smb.a ţine pe cineva vinovat de ceva
(fam.) to bristle (up) at smth.a nu voi nici măcar să audă de ceva
(fam.) to complain loudly about smth.a veni cu jalba în proţap
(fam.) to do smth. like a bird.a face ceva bătând din palme
(fam.) to feel like doing smth.a simţi nevoia să facă ceva
(fam.) to forage for smth.a umbla peste tot după un lucru
(fam.) to give smth. a rest.a o mai slăbi cu...
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