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Results for: to lead a(n)... existence/lifeTranslations 1 - 30 of 677
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(as) large as life; full-size, life-size(d);to the life; at length.în mărime naturală
(cu dat.) 1. to give life/birth to... 2. fig. To call... into existence; to bring/to infuse (a) new life into...; to enliven...; to vivify...a da viaţă
(fam.) (a batjocori) to make fun of smb.; (fam.) amer. înv. m to guy the life out of smb.a da în tărbacă pe cineva
(fam.) for the life of me I cannot understand.nu înţeleg nici în ruptul capului
(fam.) life to him was gall and worm-wood.viaţa lui era amară
(fam.) not for the world! not for the life of me!Doamne apără!
(fam.) not for the world; not for the life of me.să ştiu (de) bine că...
(fam.) not for the world; not for the life of me; not on your life; never on this side of the grave.nici de frică
(fam.) put some life into it!a pune mai multă inimă în ceva; pune mai multă inimă!
(fam.) strike me dead! upon my life! I’ll be damned/hanged/blowed/shot if...să n-ajung ziua de mâine!
(fam.) to drag out a miserable existence.a-şi târî zilele
(fam.) to get a good start in life.a porni bine în viaţă
(fam.) to have nine lives like a cat; (fam.) to be nard to kill; to be tenacious of life; (fam.) to die hard.a avea nouă vieţi
(fam.) to lead/to conduct a campaign against smb.a iniţia o campanie împotriva cuiva
(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 rise from the ranks; to get on in life.a răzbi în lume
(fam.) upon my soul/life! v. şi - cuvânt(ul meu).pe viaţa mea!
(glum. mort) never on this side of the grave; never in my life; not over my dead body.nici peste cadavrul meu
(life and) soulsuflet(al unei initiative)
(pop.) God grant you long life!să te trăiască Dumnezeu!
1. (a petrece) to lead a pleasant/an easy life; (fam.) to nave a good time of it. 2. (a fi bogat) to be in easy circumstances; to be well off; (fam.) to be a warm man. 3. (a mânca bine) to keep a good table; to make good cheer; to fare somptuously. 4. (a a trăi bine
1. (în frunte) at the top/the helm; in the lead. 2. (la început) in the beginning; at/from the outset. 3. (exact) accurately; exactly; precisely; (fam.) to a T.în cap
1. muz. to strike the note. 2. fig. to set the style/the fashion; to set the pace; to give a lead; to lead the fashion; to make the running; (fam.) / to rule the roost; (fam.) to call the tune.a da tonul
1. nothing of the kind/the sort; by no means; (fam.) not on your life! not half! not by a long chalk/s/. shot; not by a long/amer. a darned sight; amer. (fam.) not by a jugful; far from it; înv. over the left; v. şi câtuşi de puţin. 2. (proştii) nonsense!nici vorbă
1. teatru to play lead/the leading role; to ride the fore-horse. 2. fig. to be in the foreground; amer. sl. to be at bat.a juca rolul principal
1. to be/to stand at the top; to stand first. 2. fig. to rank first/foremost/high; to be in the lead/ the van/the forefront; ~ fruntea... to be at the head of...a sta în frunte
1. to put smb. on the right path. 2. fig. to lead smb. in(to) the right way.a aduce pe drumul (cel) bun pe cineva
1. to resume it from the start/the beginning; to start again/afresh; to start from scratch; to start from the beginning; to start it all over again. 2. to make a fresh start (in life); to turn a new leaf; iar o luăm de la capăt there you go again!a o lua de la cap(ăt)
a matter of life and death.o chestiune de viaţă şi de moarte
a; in the strict(est) sense of the word; strict orders; strict rule; <~ul necesar>no more than is necessary; <~ul necesar>the essentials of life; it is strictly forbiddenstrict
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