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(fam.) got it? do you tumble to it?ai priceput?
(fam.) to tumble out of bed.a se rostogoli jos din pat
1. (fam.) to have a nasty tumble. 2. fig. (fam.) to get into trouble/a mess/a scrape/hot water.a cădea rău
ramshackle/tumble-down; ruinous old housedarapanatura
scuffle; tussle; rough-and-tumble; scrambleincaierare
to creep/to tumble into bed; to tumble in.a se vârî în pat
to crumble; to come down; to collapse; to tumble downnarui
to fall flat/prone; (fam.) to come down squab/plump; to tumble down (at) full length; to topple over; to go to grass.a cădea lat/lungit
to go to the dogs; to tumble down, to fall in; to come down with a crash; to fall/come to the ground; to break down, to collapseprabusi(d.proiecte etc.)
to rumple; to wrinkle; to crease; to tumblesifona
to toss and turn in bed; to toss/to tumble about in bed.a se zvârcoli în pat
to tumble downrisipi(a se narui)
to tumble into bed.a se trânti în pat
to tumble over one another.a cădea unii peste alţii
to tumble smb. down/ over; to lay smb. low/flat; to stretch smb. out; (fam.) to down smb.; (pop.) to strike/to knock smb. all of a heap; to knock smb. off his feet/ (fam.) pins; (dintr-o lovitură) to strike smb. down; ~ ceva ~ to dump smth. (down).a trânti pe cineva la pământ
to tumble upstairs.a sui câte patru etc. trepte o dată
to tumble upstairs.a sui scările clătinându-se
to tumble; to turn head over heels; ~ tumbe to turn somersaults/somersets; to cut capers.a face o tumbă
to turn a somersault/a somerset; to turn heels over head; to tumble over; to roll head over heels.a se da de-a berbeleacul/dura
tumblebasculare; a vălţui
tumblebasculare II a bascula; a se răsturna
tumble downa se prăbuşi
tumble downa se prăbusi
tumble-down housecaznicazatura(casa darapanata)
upside-down; topsy-turvy; pell-mell; in a jumble, in a tumble.talmes-balmeş
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