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

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Slovak English
exponovaný {adj} [vystavený zvýšenému záujmu]high-profile [exposed to increased attention]
nevšímavo {adv} [bez energie, záujmu]listlessly
nevšímavý {adj} [bez energie, záujmu]listless
odbor {m} [záujmu, pôsobnosti ap.]domain
vec {f} [záležitosť spoločného záujmu]cause
záležitosť {f} [spoločného záujmu]cause
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