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It's only a matter of time (before ...)Je to jen otázka času (, než ...)
idiom It's a piece of cake!To je hračka!
It is a matter of hours.Je to jen otázka několika hodin.
He must have done it.Musel to udělat.
What time is it?Kolik je hodin?
amount of time {noun}trvání {n}
time of day {noun}denní čas {m}
to have had enough of sb.mít č-o dost
to provide with sth.poskytovat co [dok.]
consonant with sth. {adj}shodný s čím
coincident (with sth.) {adj}současný (s čím)
coincident with sth. {adj}souběžný s čím
to tinker with sth.kutit co [nedok.] [hovor.]
to cover sth. with snowzasněžit co [dok.]
to deal with sb./sth.řešit k-o/co
to hit sb. with sth.udeřit k-o čím [dok.]
to be fed up with sth. [coll.]mít č-o dost
to cover sb./sth. with dustzaprášit k-o/co [dok.]
to have a showersprchovat se [nedok.]
concerned with sb./sth. {adj}týkající se k-o/č-o
You have a keen eye.Máš postřeh.
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
to take a long timetrvat dlouho [nedok.]
symptomatic of sth. {adj}příznačný pro co
abandonement of sth. {noun}opuštění {n} č-o
awareness of sth. {noun}povědomí {n} o čem
tough {adj}hrubý
tough {adj}zločinecký
tough {adj}surový
tough {adj}pevný
tough {adj}tuhý
oblivious of/to sth. {adj}zapomněvší co [arch.]
sth. consists of[něco] se skládá z
abandonement of sth. {noun}zřeknutí se {n} č-o
abandonement of sth. {noun}vzdání se {n} č-o
to dream of sth.snít [nedok.] o čem
to think of sth.myslet [nedok.] na co
regardless of sth.bez ohledu na co
tough {adj} [hard]tvrdý
tough {adj} [rough]drsný
tough {adj} [adamant]neoblomný
tough {noun}drsňák [ob.] {m}
tough {adj} [obdurate]nepoddajný
to be sure of sth.být si jistý [čím]
oblivious of/to sth. {adj}nevědomý si č-o
irrespective (of sth.) {adv} [coll.]bez ohledu (na co)
tough {adj} [rigid, firm]přísný
to be proud of sth.být hrdý na n-o
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