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...şi aşa şi suntso I am.
a aplana lucrurileto straighten things out.
a aranja lucrurileto straighten things out.
a avea, a poseda; a manifesta; a dovedi; a reţine; a permite, a suporta, a lua; a primi; a lua; a obţine; a consuma; a trece prin; a susţinehave
a da lucrurile în vileagto let the cat out of the bag.
a forţa lucrurileto strain a point.
a împăca lucrurileto pour oil on the waters; to quiet matters.
a împinge lucrurile la extrem/până la ultima limităto bring to a head.
a împinge lucrurile până acolo încâ push the things so far that...
a împinge lucrurile prea departeto push things/to carry matters too far; to carry it/to go/to run too far.
a îndrepta lucrurileto put/to set smth./the matter right/ to rights.
a înţelege corect/cum trebuie lucrurileto take a right view of things.
a întoarce lucrurile pe faţă şi pe dosto split hairs.
a lăsa lucrurile în voia lor/la voia întâmplăriito let things slide (go/hang); to let matters drift; to let the world slide; to let well alone.
a lăsa lucrurile să meargă de la sineto let things slide.
a lăsa lucrurile să meargă înainteto let things drift.
a linişti lucrurileto pour oil on troubled waters.
a lua oamenii aşa cum suntto take people as you/ one find(s) them.
a lungi lucrurile în mod inutilfig. to hang a fire.
a nu precipita lucrurile; să nu precipităm lucrurilelet us not be overhasty.
a nu primi luptato refuse battle.
a nu primi pe nimenito see nobody.
a nu primi sfaturito be impatient of advice.
a nu primi un musafir/musafirito leave smb. on the mat; elev. to deny oneself to visitors.
a nu primi viziteto keep oneself invisible; not to be at nome for anybody.
a nu pune lucrurile la inimă; nu pune la inimă!(fam.) take it easy!
a porni lucrurile(fam.) to open the ball.
a potoli lucrurileto smooth things over.
a povesti lucrurile fără înfloriturito tell a plain unvarnished tale.
a prezenta lucrurile într-o lumină favorabilă/plăcutăto put a good complexion on an act.
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