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You must be out of your mind.Jsi úplně mimo.
Unverified to associate sb./sth. with sb./sth.spojovat (si) [nedok.] k-o/co s kým/čím
Unverified to associate sb./sth. with sb./sth.spojit (si) [dok.] k-o/co s kým/čím
to be concerned withmít starost o
out of {prep}mimo
to be fed up with sth. [coll.]mít č-o dost
with sb.'s own hand {adv}vlastnoručně
to sympathize with sb.sympatizovat s čím [nedok.]
out of ordermimo provoz
to deal with sb./sth.řešit k-o/co
Out of the question!Bez diskuse!
Out of the question!Bez diskuze!
to hit sb. with sth.udeřit k-o čím [dok.]
out of one's mind {adj} [insane]pomatený
to cover sb./sth. with dustzaprášit k-o/co [dok.]
team up (with sb.)dát se dohromady (s kým) [dok.]
to fall in love with sb.zamilovat [dok.] se do k-o
to run out of sth. [e.g. provisions]dojít [dok.]
to be afraid ofmít strach z
to be sure of sth.být si jistý [čím]
právo to be found guilty ofbýt shledán vinným z
concerned with sb./sth. {adj}týkající se k-o/č-o
to be in charge of sth.mít na starost co
to be proud of sth.být hrdý na n-o
concerned with sb./sth. {adj}dotýkající se k-o/č-o [např. činnosti]
právo [Czech] Collection of Laws {noun} <Coll.>Sbírka {f} zákonů <Sb.>
to have had enough of sb.mít č-o dost
to be tired ofbýt unaven z k-o,č-o
to get rid of sb./sth.zbavit se k-o/č-o [dok.]
chem. antimony {noun} <Sb>antimon {m} <Sb>
to substitute sb./sth. for sb./sth.nahrazovat [nedok.] k-o/co za k-o/co
to substitute sb./sth. for sb./sth.nahradit [dok.] k-o/co za k-o/co
with {prep} <w/>s
out {adv}ven
idiom with respectpři vší úctě
to clash withnarážet o [nedok.]
filled with wonder {adj}naplněný úžasem
to compare withsrovnat s [dok.]
to deal withpojednat o [dok.]
left out {past-p}vynechán
washed-out {adj}vybledlý
washed-out {adj}vyčerpaný
washed-out {adj}zničený
washed-out {adj}utahaný
coincident (with sth.) {adj}současný (s čím)
coincident with sth. {adj}souběžný s čím
consonant with sth. {adj}shodný s čím
gastr. coffee with milk {noun}káva {f} s mlékem
to provide with sth.poskytovat co [dok.]
I am with you.Chápu tě.
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