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Results for: a-şi petrece timpul/vremea pictând etc. (ca distracţie)Translations 1 - 30 of 194
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a-şi petrece timpul/vremea pictând etc. (ca distracţie)to pass the time (in) painting, etc.
(e) vremea căpşunilor etc.strawberries, etc. are in.
a ajunge timpul să...to live to see...; to live till/until...; va ~ the time will/shall come when...
a avea loc, a se petrecetake place
a avea loc; a se întâmpla; a se petrece, a se produce; a surveni; a se ivi; a se găsi; a se aflaoccur
a avea tot timpul la dispoziţie(fam.) to have heaps of time.
a calcula timpul de expunerefot. to time the exposure.
a hotărî timpul şi loculto fix/to appoint the time and place.
a irosi timpul de pomanăto squander/to waste time; (fam.) to loaf away the time.
a lăsa timpul să vindece toate rănileto leave it to time.
a merge în pas cu vremeato keep/to be abreast of/with the times; to float/to sail/to go with the stream.
a nu petrece prea bine; a petrece prostnot to have any fun/a good time; to have a thin/a poor time of it.
a petrece aţa prin urechile aculuito thread a needle.
a petrece bineto have a good/ a wonderful/a fine time; v. şi ~ de minune.
a petrece câtva timp în casa cuivato spend some time/to stay with smb.
a petrece o noapte albăto spend a sleepless night; not to have a wink of sleep all night; (fam.) not to get 40 winks (all night).
a petrece revelionul(fam.) to ring out the old year; to ring in the New Year.
a petrece varato summer.
a petrece week-end-ul la mare etc.to (spend the) week-end at the seaside, etc.
a recâştiga timpul pierdutto recover lost time; to make up for lost time; amer. to make time.
a recupera timpul pierdutto make up for lost time.
a spune bancuri/glume (pentru a face timpul să treacă mai uşor)to laugh away the time with jests.
a sta tot timpul pe capul cuiva(fam.) to keep on at smb.
a trecut timpul!time is up/out!
a trecut vremea luihis time was out.
a veghea în timpul nopţiito make a night of it.
a(-şi) (mai) omorî timpul/urâtul/vremeato while away/to beguile the time/glum. the enemy; to kill time; to fill in (the) time; to cheat the time; to be at dalliance; to hold dalliance.
a-şi petrece timpul/vremeato while/to pass/to idle (away) the time; to spend the time; (fam.) to help off the time.
a-şi pierde vremea cuto potter at.
actualitate(conformitate cu timpul)opportuneness
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