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Anglicko-slovenský slovník

Slovak-English translation for: [príp.]
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Dictionary Slovak English: [príp]

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Slovak English
u {prep} [+gen.] [len v spojení s osobami, príp. zvieratami]with
založený {adj} {past-p} [nesprávne uložený, príp. aj zabudnutý]misplaced [incorrectly positioned]
rozobrať n-čo [dok.] [podrobne analyzovať, príp. skritizovať]to pick apart sth. [review or analyse in great detail; criticise esp. small details] [idiom]
gastr. octová zálievka {f} [na šalát: s olejom, bylinkami, príp. korením]vinaigrette
 
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