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

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SlovakEnglish
neochotný {adj} [urobiť n-čo]loath [to do sth.]
Daj si pohov! [ľud.]Relax! [appeal to stop doing sth.]
neschopný {adj} [n-čoho]unable [to do sth.]
Verbs
hnusiť sa [nedok.] [n-mu sa hnusí n-čo]to abhor sth. [sb. abhors sth.]
oškliviť sa [nedok.] [n-mu sa oškliví n-čo]to abhor sth. [sb. abhors sth.]
protiviť sa [nedok.] [n-mu sa protiví n-čo]to abhor sth. [sb. abhors sth.]
hnusiť sa [nedok.] [n-mu sa hnusí n-čo]to abominate sth. [sb. abominates sth.]
oškliviť sa [nedok.] [n-mu sa oškliví n-čo]to abominate sth. [sb. abominates sth.]
protiviť sa [nedok.] [n-mu sa protiví n-čo]to abominate sth. [sb. abominates sth.]
nahromadiť sa [dok.] [n-mu sa nahromadí n-čo]to accrue sth. [sb. accrues sth.]
motať sa [nedok.]to dawdle [be slow in walking or doing sth.]
páčiť sa [nedok.] [n-mu sa páči n-čo ]to dig [coll.] [like] [sb. digs sth.]
bot. záhrad. dariť sa [nedok.] [n-čomu sa darí niekde]to flourish [sth. flourishes somewhere]
prepočuť n-čo [dok.] [zámerne nereagovať na niečo povedané]to ignore sth. [sth. that is heard]
chýbať [nedok.] [n-mu n-čo chýba]to lack sth. [sb. lacks sth.]
nedostávať sa n-čoho [nedok.] [n-mu sa nedostáva n-čoho]to lack sth. [sb. lacks sth.]
páčiť sa [nedok.] [n-mu sa páči n-o/ n-čo]to like [sb. likes sb./sth.]
pozdávať sa [nedok.] [n-mu sa pozdáva n-o/ n-čo]to like [sb. likes sb./sth.]
stať sa z n-ho/ n-čoho n-o/ n-čo [dok.] [z n-ho/ n-čoho sa stane n-o/ n-čo] [svojimi predpokladmi]to make sb./sth. [sb. makes sb./sth.] [be suitable]
chýbať [nedok.] [n-mu chýba n-o/ n-čo]to miss sb./sth. [sb. misses sb./sth.]
dať [dok.] [n-čo niekam]to place [sth. somewhere]
štiepať [nedok.] [deliť po vrstvách n-čo tvrdé, napr. drevo]to split [divide sth. hard into layers, e.g. wood]
dariť sa [nedok.] [n-čomu sa darí]to thrive [sth. thrives]
Nouns
kocka {f} [n-čoho]block [of sth.]
kváder {m} [n-čoho]block [of sth.]
vývoj {m} [n-čoho]progress [in sth.]
nálady {pl} [postoje, pocity]sentiment [opinion or feeling about sth.]
postoje {pl}sentiment [opinion or feeling about sth.]
2 Words: Others
odev um. štýlovo {adv}in style [postpos.] [fitting the style of sth.]
odev um. štýlovýin style [postpos.] [fitting the style of sth.]
n-o/ n-čo nemusí [nedok.]sb./sth. may not [sth. is not necessary]
2 Words: Verbs
minúť sa [dok.] [n-mu sa minulo n-čo]to be out [ sb. is out of sth.]
nebaviť [nedok.] [n-ho nebaví n-čo]to be tired [sb. is tired of sth.]
nazvať n-ho/ n-čo po n-kom/ n-čom [dok.]to call sb./sth. after sb./sth.
pomenovať n-ho/ n-čo po n-kom/ n-čom [dok.]to call sb./sth. after sb./sth.
prirovnať n-ho/ n-čo k n-mu/ n-čomu [dok.]to compare sb./sth. to sb./sth.
popliesť si n-ho/ n-čo s n-ým/ n-čím [dok.]to confuse sb./sth. with sb./sth.
odlíšiť n-ho/ n-čo od n-ho/ n-čoho [dok.]to differentiate sb./sth. from sb./sth.
snívať sa o n-kom/ n-čom [nedok.] [n-mu sa sníva o n-kom/ n-čom]to dream about sb./sth. [sb. dreams about sb./sth.]
omrzieť [dok.] [n-ho omrzí n-o/ n-čo]to get tired [sb. gets tired of sb./sth.]
zunovať sa [dok.] [n-mu sa zunuje n-o/ n-čo]to get tired [sb. gets tired of sb./sth.]
ísť dolu kopcom [nedok.] [idióm] [s n-ým/ n-čím to ide dolu kopcom]to go downhill [idiom] [sb./sth. goes downhill]
ísť z kopca [nedok.] [idióm] [s n-ým/ n-čím to ide z kopca]to go downhill [idiom] [sb./sth. goes downhill]
chrániť n-ho/ n-čo pred n-ým/ n-čímto guard sb./sth. from sb./sth.
pripodobniť n-ho/ n-čo k n-mu/ n-čomu [dok.]to liken sb./sth. to sb./sth.
prirovnať n-ho/ n-čo k n-mu/ n-čomu [dok.]to liken sb./sth. to sb./sth.
pomenovať n-ho/ n-čo po n-kom/ n-čomto name sb./sth. after sb./sth.
pozerať sa na n-ho/ n-čo ako na n-ho/ n-čo [nedok.]to perceive sb./sth. as sb./sth.
vyzdvihnúť n-ho/ n-čo [dok.] [prísť po n-ho/ n-čo]to pick up sb./sth. [give sb. a lift, collect sth.]
uprednostňovať n-ho/ n-čo pred n-ým/ n-čím [nedok.]to prefer sb./sth. to sb./sth.
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