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Results for: sticlă / geam armat(ă) cu plasă de sârmăTranslations: 1 - 30 of 576
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sticlă / geam armat(ă) cu plasă de sârmăwire-glass
(ash)glass (ind chim) sticlă solubilă sodicăwater soda
(compozit) laminat din fibră de sticlăglass fibber laminate
(geam) securitsecurit
(indicator din) sticlă pentru nivelglass gauge
(mase) plastice ranforsate / întărite cu fibre de sticlăglass fibre / fibber reinforced plastics
(recipient de) sticlă (în sens larg); (met) balon cu oxigen (la sudură)bottle
a am-plasa piese la distanţă mică între elespace at closed intervals
a antrena (de / în curent); (met) microretasură (de turnare), a recoace, a trata prin revenire, a reveni, a supune unui tratament de revenire a decăli, a trefila, a trage sârma; (TH) a desena, a schiţa, a redacta un conceptdraw
a bea din sticlăto drink straight from the bottle.
a bea o sticlă de vin (cu cineva)to crack a bottle of wine (with smb.).
a bea o sticlă de vin în doi(fam.) to split a bottle of wine.
a dansa pe sârmăto perform on the tight rope.
a derula, a desfăşura, a depăna (o bobină, un rulou, un colac de sârmă, etc.)uncoil
a fi / a se plasa în urmă (în producţie, într-o competiţie, pe piaţă)be behind
a întinde o plasăto spread a net.
a întinde plasato spread a net.
a nu putea plasa nici un cuvântnot to be able to put in a word edgeways.
a picta pe sticlăto paint/to stain on glass.
a plasa un cuvânt(fam.) to put a word in (edgeways).
a plasa, a aplicaplace on
a plasa; a aplicaplace on
a prinde în plasăto net; to entangle; to mesh.
a se plasa pe o poziţie (de) adopt an attitude (of); to take a stand (for/against).
a se sparge ca sticlato be as brittle as glass.
a se uita afară pe fereastră/geamto look out of the window.
a sparge un geamto break/to smash a window.
a sufla sticlăto blow glass.
a trage / a trefila cu precizie / sârmă subţirefine draw
a trage dopul din sticlăto uncork; to take the cork out of a bottle; to pull/to draw the cork.
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