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Dictionary English Czech: to boil over with anger

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anger {noun}vztek {m}
anger {noun}hněv {m}
to voice sb.'s angervyjádřit svůj hněv [dok.]
over {prep}přes
over there {adv}tamhle
all over {adv}všude
with {prep} <w/>s
to tip overpřevrátit [dok.]
to talk overprobrat [dok.]
to hand overpostoupit [dok.]
to carry over [transfer]přenést [dok.]
to look overprohlédnout (si) [dok.]
to deal withpojednat o [dok.]
to clash withnarážet o [nedok.]
filled with wonder {adj}naplněný úžasem
idiom with respectpři vší úctě
to compare withsrovnat s [dok.]
to get over sth.překonat něco [dok.]
to turn overobrátit [např. list] [dok.]
to provide with sth.poskytovat co [dok.]
coincident with sth. {adj}souběžný s čím
coincident (with sth.) {adj}současný (s čím)
with sb.'s own hand {adv}vlastnoručně
to be concerned withmít starost o
consonant with sth. {adj}shodný s čím
I am with you.Chápu tě.
gastr. coffee with milk {noun}káva {f} s mlékem
to sympathize with sb.sympatizovat s čím [nedok.]
to tinker with sth.kutit co [nedok.] [hovor.]
with an agreeable companions milým společníkem
to cover sth. with snowzasněžit co [dok.]
to tremble with excitementtřást se vzrušením [nedok.]
au gratin with cheese {adj} [postpos.]zapečený se sýrem
to deal with sb./sth.řešit k-o/co
to hit sb. with sth.udeřit k-o čím [dok.]
to be distraught over sth.být silně rozrušený kvůli č-u
právo to pass a judgement over sb.vynést nad kým soud [dok.]
team up (with sb.)dát se dohromady (s kým) [dok.]
to be fed up with sth. [coll.]mít č-o dost
to cover sb./sth. with dustzaprášit k-o/co [dok.]
Don't toy with your lunch.Nevrtej se v tom obědě.
to fall in love with sb.zamilovat [dok.] se do k-o
Can I take this with me?Můžu si to vzít s sebou?
idiom to turn over in sb.'s grave [fig.]obracet se v hrobě [přen.] [nedok.]
přís. It's no use crying over spilt milk.Je zbytečné plakat nad rozlitým mlékem.
concerned with sb./sth. {adj}týkající se k-o/č-o
concerned with sb./sth. {adj}dotýkající se k-o/č-o [např. činnosti]
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
přís. What the eye doesn't see, the heart doesn't grieve over.Co oko nevidí, to srdce nebolí.
 
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