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(cu dat.) to read out...a da citire
(fam.) all his cards are trumps; he always turns up trumps; everything turns up trumps with him.norocul îl favorizează (întotdeauna)
(fam.) cards on the table!cărţile pe masă!
1. intr. to lose at cards/play. 2. tr. to play away; to gambie away; to squander in gambling; to sport away.a pierde la cărţi
a man of wide reading; a well-read man.un om foarte citit
blow-up; to improve the occasion; to read smb. lecture; to lecture smb.; to lecture smb.morala
datum; <~ dracului/naibii>cute; <~ fiind ca...>as...; <~ fiind ca...>considering...; <~ fiind ca...>seeing that...; <~ uitarii>forgotten; <~ uitarii>forsaken; at a given time; in a given case; <~ul cartilor>deal(ing of cardsdat(al unei probleme)
digital position read outvizualizare numerică a poziţiei (unui organ mobil)
drum read-out meteraparat de citit / de măsurat cu tambur indicator
I can read him like a book.citesc în el ca într-o carte deschisă
I have read of citit asta undeva
juggling with cardsscamatorie(cu carti)
learned/well-read; bookish man; (great) scholarcarturar
numerical read-out systemsistem / dispozitiv de afişare numerică
pack of cardsjoc(la carti)
possible; on the cardsposibil
prov. lucky at cards, unlucky in love.cine are noroc la cărţi nu are noroc în dragoste
read(c) a citi conţinutul unei memorii
read and approved.bun şi aprobat
read out(met, metr) dispozitiv de citire a grosimii tablei (laminate); (c) afişarea datelor citite pe display
read time(c) timp de acces
read-only memory(ROM) (c) memorie cu date ce pot fi doar citite nu şi modificate
reading; reading hall; to read; to do some readinglectura
revise; to read/correct the proofs; to see a book etc.; through the presscorectiecorectura(pentru a 2-a revizie)
riddle; to read/solve riddlescimilitura
shall; will; lest ...; <~ citesc mai departe?>shall I read on?; I must read this book; <~ dea Dumnezeu!>I would to God it were so!; <~ dea Dumnezeu!>may it please God to grant it!; <~ fereasca sa(serveste la formarea)
shell; lily-/snowwhite; to tell fortunes by means of a cowry shellghioc(scoica)
teaching smb. to read and write; liquidation of illiteracyalfabetizare
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