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Slovak-English translation for: And do not call anyone on earth 'father' for you have one Father and he is in heaven
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Dictionary Slovak English: And do not call anyone on earth 'father' for you have one Father and he is in heaven

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Ako sa to povie po anglicky?What do you call that in English?
svokor {m}father-in-law
idióm nemať všetkých doma [nedok.]to not have all one's marbles
idióm nemať všetkých pohromade [nedok.]to not have all one's marbles
Máte ... ?Do you have ... ?
a tak ďalej a tak podobneand so on and so forth
Nemáte náhodou ... ?Do you happen to have ... ?
otec {m}father
nábož. páter {m} [rehoľný kňaz]Father
nábož. Svätý Otec {m} [pápež]Holy Father
byť do n-ho buchnutý [ľud.]to have a crush on sb. [coll.]
Ježiško {n} [kt. nosí darčeky]Father Christmas [Br.]
buchnúť sa do n-ho [dok.] [ľud.]to have a crush on sb. [coll.]
idióm Aký otec, taký syn.Like father, like son.
obrátiť sa na n-ho, aby urobil n-čo [dok.]to call on sb. to do sth.
idióm strkať hlavu do pieskuto hide one's head in the sand
Preboha!For heaven's sake!
Prekristapána!For heaven's sake!
Ako sa povie ... po anglicky?How do you say ... in English?
byť zasvätený do n-čoho [nedok.]to be in on sth.
on {m} {pron}he
Vy {pron}you [singular and plural subject] [formal]
Dobre sa mu darí.He is doing well.
navštíviť [dok.]to call on
Je naňho žalostný pohľad. {noun}He is a sorry sight.
ťa {pron} [v ak. a gen.]you [direct and indirect object]
idióm nemať (ani) poňatiato not have the faintest idea
idióm nemať (ani) potuchyto not have the faintest idea
idióm nemať (ani) šajnuto not have the faintest idea
prispieť svojou troškou (do mlyna) [dok.] [idióm]to do one's bit [idiom]
Ako si ma to nazval?What did you call me?
vzdel. vyvolať [dok.] [žiaka]to call on [a student]
vás {pron} [v ak., gen. a lok.]you [plural direct and indirect object]
pol druhaone and a half
ba čo viac, ...and, what is more, ...
volať o pomoc [nedok.]to call for help
idióm byť (ako) v siedmom nebito be in seventh heaven
idióm nevyzerať na svoj vek [nedok.]to not look one's age
Vylúčené!Not on your life! [coll.]
najneskôr donot later than
Neexistuje! [ľud.]Not on your life! [coll.]
prerušovane {adv}on and off
Ani náhodou!Not on your life! [coll.]
Ani nápad!Not on your life! [coll.]
príslov. Jedna lastovička nerobí leto.One swallow does not make a summer.
nie nadlho {adv}not for long
s prestávkami {adv}on and off
stále ďalej {adv}on and on
Môžeš na slovíčko?Can I have a word with you?
jedno a to istéone and the same thing
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