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Results for: vulpea b 0Œ0tr 0‰9n 0Œ0 nu se prindeTranslations: 1 - 30 of 210
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a (se) închide; a prinde; a încercuishut
a apuca, a strânge, a prindegripe
a ataşa, a lega, a adăuga, a anexa, a fixa, a prindeattach
a fixa; a bloca; a strânge; a prinde; a monta în lagărfix
a prindetake hold of
a prinde call la trăsurăto harness/to put horses to a carriage.
a prinde carne pe elto put on flash.
a prinde cel dintâi/primul prilej/prima ocazie(fam.) to take the time/the occasion by the forelock.
a prinde ceva din zborto pick/to fish up a piece of information; to get wind of smth.; to know how/to be able to take a hint.
a prinde ceva strânsto take a firm hold of smth.
a prinde cu aculto sow/to stitch together; (cute) to tack down (folds).
a prinde cu arcanulto (catch with a) lasso.
a prinde cu copcato clasp, to hook (on).
a prinde cu un acto fix/to fasten with a pin/a needle; to pin (up).
a prinde darul suptului(fam.) to set on the sauce.
a prinde de vesteto hear; to learn, to be informed; to come/to get to know of...; (fam.) to get (the) wind; the scent of...; to have an inkling of...
a prinde depunerifur up
a prinde din următo catch up with; (despre vehicule etc.) to overtake.
a prinde din zbor (o minge)to catch the ball on the bounce/at the rebound.
a prinde formăto assume/to take form.
a prinde fricăto take alarm/fright; ~ de cineva to come to fear smb.
a prinde frica cuivato stand in awe of smb.
a prinde gust de (băutură, joc, sport etc.)to take to...; to take a linking for/to...; to acquire/to develop a taste for...
a prinde hârtiile cu o agrafă/clamăto fasten paper together with a clip.
a prinde în cuieto nail/(de lemn) to peg.
a prinde în cursă/capcană pe cinevato trap smb.; to trepan smb. into smth.
a prinde în flagrant delictto catch/to take smb. in the act; v. şi ~ cu ocaua mică 2. a prinde pe cineva în greşeală to catch smb. tripping.
a prinde în laţto gin; to net; to (en)trap; to en(snare).
a prinde în mrejeto enmesh; to entice; to ensnare; to entrap.
a prinde în plasăto net; to entangle; to mesh.
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. 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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Total number of language pairs: 412
Total number of translations (in millions): 11.6

Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped. Look at the list: Available language pairs. EUdict is online since May 9, 2005 and English<>Croatian dictionary on tkuzmic.com since June 16, 2003.

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