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to dream of sth.snít [nedok.] o čem
oblivious of/to sth. {adj}zapomněvší co [arch.]
to powder sth. [dust sth.]zaprášit co [dok.]
to abandon sth.zříci se č-o [dok.]
to lay in sth.zásobit se čím [dok.]
abandonement of sth. {noun}zřeknutí se {n} č-o
to abandon sth.vzdát se č-o [dok.]
to obey sth. [orders etc.]řídit [nedok.] se čím
to be used to sth.být na co zvyklý
to reason sth. [support with reasons]odůvodňovat [nedok.] co
to reason sth. [support with reasons]odůvodnit [dok.] co
to laugh at sth.smát se [nedok.] č-u
to abandon oneself to sth.propadnout č-u [dok.]
to adhere (to sth.)držet se (č-o) [nedok.]
irrespective (of sth.) {adv} [coll.]bez ohledu (na co)
to complain (about sth.)stěžovat si (na něco) [nedok.]
to register for sth.zapsat se na co [dok.]
to be sure of sth.být si jistý [čím]
oblivious of/to sth. {adj}nevědomý si č-o
to shut down sth.zastavit výrobu č-o [dok.]
to build up sth. [develop sth.]zastavět co [dok.]
to slide into sth.upadat do č-o [dok.]
to twist up sth. [roll up sth.]smotat co [dok.]
to be proud of sth.být hrdý na n-o
to take sth. into accountpočítat s kým/čím [nedok.]
to give sth. a try [coll.]prubnout něco [dok.] [ob.]
to run out of sth. [e.g. provisions]dojít [dok.]
to be in charge of sth.mít na starost co
to translate sth. [from one language to another]přeložit co [dok.]
to intervene in sth.vmísit se [dok.] do č-o
at the pinnacle of sth. {adv}na vrcholu č-o
to commit sth. [crime etc.]dopustit se [dok.] č-o
to get used to sth.zvyknout si na něco [dok.]
to abase oneself to sth. {v}snížit se k čemu [dok.]
to devote oneself to sth.oddat se č-u [dok.]
to be distraught over sth.být silně rozrušený kvůli č-u
to be in the mood for sth.mít na něco chuť
to be in the mood for sth.mít na něco náladu
to be worried about sth.dělat [nedok.] si s čím starosti
Unverified to be distraught at sth.být téměř bez sebe kvůli č-u
Unverified to adapt sth. [e.g. a novel for the stage or screen]přepracovat [dok.] [hru, knihu na film ap.]
Unverified to adapt sth. [e.g. a novel for the stage or screen]zpracovat [dok.] [hru, knihu na film ap.]
Unverified to adapt sth. [e.g. a novel for the stage or screen]adaptovat [dok./nedok.] [hru, knihu na film ap.]
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