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(parte) component(ă), piesă componentă, constituentconstituent
(system) (sistem) parţial disponibil / care îşi poate îndeplini doar o parte din funcţiile pentru care a fost proiectatpartial mission capable
a chema de o parteto call/to take aside.
a da cota parte (în afaceri)to pay out.
a da la o parte1. to put/to throw/to wave aside; 2. (a înlătura) to remove.
a face parte be a member of...; to be one of...; (a aparţine) to belong to...; integrantă din... to be part and parcel of...; to be an integral part of...
a fi când de o parte când de altato see-saw between two opinions.
a ierta o parte din datorie (cuiva)to grant (smb.) a release from a debt.
a împinge la o parteto push away; to shove aside.
a întoarce şi pe o parte şi pe altato turn on both sides; to examine thoroughly; v. şi ~ pe toate feţele
a lăsa la o parteto leave out/aside; to pass over; not to heed; not to take into account.
a lăsa la o parte amănunteleto pass over the de-tails.
a lăsa la o parte cevato leave smth. out of account.
a lăsa la o parte un proiect de lege(fam.) to jettison a bill.
a lua parte / a participa la un plan / la un proiectcome in / on plan / scheme
a lua parte activă la cevato take an active part in smth.
a lua parte la (o conversaţie etc.)to take a share in/to join in (the conversation, etc.).
a lua parte la cursesport to go to the post.
a lua parte la o campanieto see service; to take part in a campaign.
a lua parte la o cursăto run (in) a race.
a lua parte la o întrecere nauticăto row a race.
a lua parte la un jocto take a hand at a game.
a lua parte la votto report/to come to the polis.
a lua parte la...1. to participate/join in...; to be (a) party to...; to take (a) part in...; to share (in). 2. (a fi prezent la) to attend...
a merge când într-o parte când în alta/de colo până colo1. to go hesitatingly; to vacillate; amer. (fam.) to back and fill. 2. fig. to vacillate; to sit on a fence.
a merge înclinat într-o parteto sidle along/up.
a nu lua parte la jocnot to be in the game.
a pune bani de-o parte/la ciorapto save money; to put by money; to lay money by.
a pune deoparte/la o parteto lay aside/by; to put/to set apart; to put aside.
a pune/lăsa la o parteto put aside.
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