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Results for: ochi de remorcăTranslations 1 - 30 of 303
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(un) ochi pe faţă, (un) ochi pe dosknit one, purl one.
a avea ochi de vulturto be eagle-eyed; v. şi ~ un ~ ager.
a avea un ochi agerto be sharp-sighted; to see through a brickwall/millstone.
a avea un ochi bun/precis/sigurto have a straight eye.
a avea un ochi formatto have an eye (for smth.).
a bate la ochito strike/to catch the eye; to attract notice; to be obvious; to be suspicious/glaring.
a cântări din ochi pe cinevato look smb. down; to assess smb.; to have smb. taped.
a căra, a remorcadrag of
a căuta din ochi/priviri pe cinevato try and catch sight of smb.
a fi numai ochi şi urechito be all eyes and ears; to be on the alert.
a fila (lanţul de ancoră, remorca), a reduce viteza naveiease off
a fulgera pe cineva cu privirea/din ochito look daggers at smb.
a i se lua un văl/vălul de pe ochi; mi s-a luat ~the scales fell from my eyes; a light broke in upon me.
a înmulţi un ochi (la tricotat)to make one.
a lega pe cineva la ochito blindfold smb.; fig. şi to stall smb. off.
a lovi pe cineva drept în ochito hit smb. slap in the eye; to give smb. one in the eye.
a lua un ochito take up a stitch.
a măsura din ochi distanţato span the intervening space.
a nu avea ochi să vadă pe cineva; n-are ~ să-l vadăcannot bear the sight of him.
a nu clipi din ochifig. not to turn a hair.
a nu privi ceva cu un ochi favorabilto view unfavourably.
a nu privi cu ochi bunito regard with disfavour.
a nu vedea ceva ce sare-n ochito blink at the facts.
a nu vedea în ochi pe cinevato hate the sight of smb.
a ochi cu atenţieto take a careful sight.
a ochi exactto pin-point a target.
a ochi o ţintăto pin-point a target.
a ochi prostto shoot/to be wide of the mark.
a ochi ţintato sight the mark.
a prinde un ochito pick up/to take up a stitch/a dropped stitch.
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EUdict is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in the European Community. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. For more information about the authors see Credits.

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