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Results for: ca altă aia/arătareTranslations 1 - 30 of 104
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ca altă aia/arătare(fam.) like anything; (fam.) (as) ugly as a sin/a scarecrow; (fam.) like nothing on earth.
a amâna de pe o zi pe altato put off from day to day.
a ascuţi un tăiş de burghiu (dar şi altă sculă aşchietoare)dress a bit
a cădea dintr-o extremă în altato fall out of one extreme into another; to go from one extreme to the other.
a fi când de o parte când de altato see-saw between two opinions.
a încerca o altă cale/metodă/pistă/tacticăto make another course; to try another track; to try it on the other leg.
a întoarce şi pe o parte şi pe altato turn on both sides; to examine thoroughly; v. şi ~ pe toate feţele
a lua o altă întorsăturăto take another turn.
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 o lăsa pentru altă datăto put it off for another time.
a prelucra din nou la o altă dimensiunere-size
a pune ceva într-o altă luminăto put/to place smth. in a different/a new light.
a sări de la una la altato flit/to go/to jump/to skip from one subject to another; to skip from subject to subject.
a scoate în evidenţă o culoare prin altaartă to set off one colour from another.
a se adresa în altă parte(fam.) to go to another shop.
a se lega de (o altă problemă)to be connected with/ linked to/with; to be (closely) bound up with.
a se rezerva pentru alta împrejurareto wait for an-other opportunity.
a se rostogoli de pe o parte pe altato roll (oneself) from side to side.
a se uita în altă parteto look the other way; to glance aside.
a spune una şi a face altato play fast and loose.
a trăi de pe o zi pe alta1. to take no thought for the morrow. 2. to manage the rub along; v. s.l ~ de azi pe mâine.
a transforma, a modifica, a schimba (şi structura), a muta, a pre-schimba, a converti (o mărime în alta)convert
a transpune, a permuta, a trece un termen dintr-o parte în alta a semnului egal (cu semn schimbat)transpose
a trece de la o extremă/extremitate la altato fall out of an extreme into another.
a trece dintr-o cheie în altamuz. to modulate from one key in(to) another.
a trece la altă chestiuneto pass to/to turn to/to proceed to another matter; to go on to the next question.
a trece la o altă treaptă de viteză, a se transforma închange into
a turna (dintr-o oală în alta / în formă, etc.)teem off
a umbla dintr-o cârciumă în altato be hanging about pubs/bars; to haunt pot houses.
a vedea o altă latură (a problemei)to get a new angle on smth.
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