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přís. Barking dogs seldom bite.Pes, který štěká, nekouše.
along {adv} {prep}podél
like {conj}jako
labyrinth-like {adj}labyrintový
to look likevypadat [nedok.]
to like [woman]mít ráda
to like [man]mít rád
to look likevypadat jako [nedok.]
Would you like to ... ?Chtěl bys ... ?
Just as you like.Jak si přejete.
to fit like a glovepadnout jako ulitý [dok.]
přís. Like father, like son.Jaký otec, takový syn.
It looks like a decent pub.Vypadá to jako slušná hospoda.
and {conj}a
to getdostat [dok.]
wear and tear {noun}opotřebení {n}
sport Unverified promotion and relegation {noun}baráž {f}
black and white {adj}černobílý
to get upvstávat [nedok.]
to getvzít si [dok.]
to all intents and purposesprakticky
to get laid offbýt propuštěn
to get to knowpoznat [dok.]
to get throughabsolvovat [dok./nedok.]
I get it. [coll.]Chápu.
and so fortha tak dále
hosp. supply and demandnabídka a poptávka
back and forthtam a zpět
geogr. Bosnia and Herzegovina {noun}Bosna {f} a Hercegovina {f}
to get engaged [affianced]zasnoubit se [dok.]
to get off [a vehicle]vystoupit [dok.]
to get over sth.překonat něco [dok.]
to all intents and purposesv podstatě (vzato)
Unverified to all intents and purposesdo všech důsledků
Get stuffed! [coll.]Jdi do háje! [ob.]
to get pissed [sl.] [Br.]nasrat se [dok.] [vulg.]
to get off the trackodbočit od tématu [dok.]
to get into a carnastoupit do auta [dok.]
to get on a trainnastoupit do vlaku [dok.]
lit. One Thousand and One NightsTisíc a jedna noc
How do I get there?Jak se tam dostanu?
to get used to sth.zvyknout si na něco [dok.]
F The Pit and the Pendulum [E.A.Poe]Jáma a kyvadlo
to pronounce sb. man and wifeprohlásit k-o za manžele [dok.]
přís. If you pay peanuts, you get monkeys.Kdo seje vítr, sklízí vichřici.
geogr. The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland {noun}Spojené království {n} Velké Británie a Severního Irska
How do I get to ... ?Jak se dostanu do ... ?
to get rid of sb./sth.zbavit se k-o/č-o [dok.]
F Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire [J. K. Rowling]Harry Potter a Ohnivý pohár
přís. If ifs and ands were pots and pans there'd be no work for tinkers.Kdyby byly ryby v řiti, nebylo by třeba rybníků. [vulg.]
 
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