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Slovak-English translation for: [person]
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Dictionary Slovak English: [person]

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chladný {adj} [človek, atmosféra ap.]glacial [person, atmosphere etc.]
Správne. [odpoveď, ktorou osoba potvrdzuje fakt, že ju niekto spoznal]Guilty. [coll.] [response with which a person confirms somebody's recognition of them]
územčistý {adj} [človek]stubby [person]
zavalitý {adj} [a súčasne malý: človek]stubby [person]
tichý {adj} [zamĺknutý]subdued [person]
zamĺknutý {adj} {past-p}subdued [person]
zarazený {adj} {past-p} [tichý]subdued [person]
bojachtivý {adj}warlike [of a person: liking war]
bojovný {adj}warlike [of a person: liking war]
šľachovitý {adj} [o človeku: chudý, ale silný]wiry [of a person: thin but strong]
ísť krokom [nedok.]to amble [person]
pomaly kráčať [nedok.]to amble [person]
postávať [nedok.]to hover [of a person]
prešľapovať [nedok.] [počas čakania robiť kroky na jednom mieste]to hover [of a person]
stopovať [nedok.] [sledovať: zver, korisť al. človeka]to stalk [follow: game, prey or person]
vystopovať [nedok.] [zver, korisť al. človeka]to stalk [follow: game, prey or person]
eso {n} [ľud.] [vynikajúci jednotlivec, odborník, profesionál]ace [coll.] [expert, highly skilled person, excellent professional]
kanón {m} [ľud.] [vynikajúci jednotlivec, odborník, profesionál]ace [coll.] [expert, highly skilled person, excellent professional]
macher {m} [ľud.] [vynikajúci jednotlivec, odborník, profesionál]ace [coll.] [expert, highly skilled person, excellent professional]
pol. audiencia {f}audience [formal interview with a high-ranking person]
gašpar {m} [obr. han.]buffoon [also fig. pej. for: ridiculous person]
pajác {m} [aj obr. han.]buffoon [also fig. pej. for: ridiculous person]
šašo {n} [aj obr. han.]buffoon [also fig. pej. for: ridiculous person]
turist. táborník {m}camper [person]
turist. táboriaci výletník {m}camper [person]
turist. táborníčka {f}camper [person] [female]
turist. táboriaca výletníčka {f}camper [person] [female]
domovník {m}caretaker [Br.] [a person taking care of a building]
hláška {f} [ľud.]catchphrase [usually a hum. or witty one said by a person]
pahltník {m} [han.]chowhound [Am.] [coll.] [greedy person who eats excessively]
pažravec {m} [han.]chowhound [Am.] [coll.] [person who eats excessively]
žráč {m} [han.]chowhound [Am.] [coll.] [person who eats excessively]
žrút {m} [han.]chowhound [Am.] [coll.] [person who eats excessively]
jedák {m}chowhound [Am.] [coll.] [person who loves eating (much)]
papáč {m} [ľud.]chowhound [Am.] [coll.] [person who loves eating (much)]
papkáč {m} [ľud.]chowhound [Am.] [coll.] [person who loves eating (much)]
srandista {m} [ľud.]comedian [amusing person]
vtipkár {m}comedian [amusing person]
veselá kopa {f}comedian [amusing person]
srandistka {f} [ľud.]comedian [female] [amusing person]
vtipkárka {f}comedian [female] [amusing person]
epikurejec {m} [pôžitkár]epicurean [pleasure-seeking person]
zloduch {m}fiend [evil person]
zlosyn {m}fiend [evil person]
etn. Flámka {f}Fleming [female person from Flanders]
etn. Flám {m}Fleming [person from Flanders]
blázon {m} [výstredný človek al. nadšenec]freak [coll.] [eccentric person or enthusiast]
čudák {m} [výstredný človek, odlišný od väčšiny]freak [coll.] [eccentric person]
exot {m} [ľud.] [výstredný človek, odlišný od väčšiny]freak [coll.] [eccentric person]
číslo {n}handful [coll.] [a person difficult to control or manage]
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