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to obey sth. [orders etc.]dodržovat co
to overcome sth.přenést se přes co [dok.]
to powder sth. [dust sth.]zaprášit co [dok.]
to regret sth.litovat [nedok.] č-o
to salinise sth. [Br.]zasolit co [dok.]
to stipulate sth.vyhradit si co [dok.]
to stipulate sth.vymínit si co [dok.]
to unravel sth. [a mystery]rozluštit [dok.] co
to unravel sth. [a mystery]rozřešit [dok.] co
aiming for sth. {adj}snažící se o co
coincident (with sth.) {adj}současný (s čím)
coincident with sth. {adj}souběžný s čím
consonant with sth. {adj}shodný s čím
exempt from sth. {adj}nepodléhající č-u
exempt from sth. {adj}vyňatý z č-o
nonexempt from sth. {adj}podléhající č-u
regardless of sth.bez ohledu na co
sth. consists of[něco] se skládá z
symptomatic of sth. {adj}příznačný pro co
Unverified to break sth. [break off]odlomit [dok.] co
Unverified to break sth. [break off]ulomit [dok.] co
Unverified to copy sth. [photocopy]ofotit [dok.] co
Unverified to copy sth. [photocopy]okopírovat [dok.] co
to dream of sth.snít [nedok.] o čem
to get over sth.překonat něco [dok.]
to lay in sth.zásobit se čím [dok.]
to leave in sth.nevypustit co [dok.]
to provide with sth.poskytovat co [dok.]
Unverified to reflect about sth.rozmýšlet [nedok.] o čem
to roll up sth.smotat co [dok.]
to slam sth. shutzabouchnout [dok.] co
to speak about sth.mluvit o něčem [nedok.]
to think of sth.myslet [nedok.] na co
to tinker with sth.kutit co [nedok.] [hovor.]
Unverified to water sth. [plants]zalít [dok.] [rostliny apod.]
abandonement of sth. {noun}opuštění {n} č-o
abandonement of sth. {noun}vzdání se {n} č-o
abandonement of sth. {noun}zřeknutí se {n} č-o
awareness of sth. {noun}povědomí {n} o čem
implication for sth. {noun}důsledek {m} č-o
oblivious of/to sth. {adj}zapomněvší co [arch.]
to cover sth. with snowzasněžit co [dok.]
to abandon sb./sth.opouštět k-o/co [nedok.]
to abandon sb./sth.opustit k-o/co [dok.]
to abase sb./sth.pokořit k-o/co [dok.]
to commit sth. [crime etc.]dopustit se [dok.] č-o
to curse sb./sth.proklínat [nedok.] k-o/co
to curse sb./sth.proklít [dok.] k-o/co
to defend sb./sth.bránit [nedok.] k-o/co
to hurt sb./sth.zranit k-o/co [dok.]
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