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Slovak-English translation for: Rädda sig den som kan
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somI am
ja somI am
Pochopil som.Point taken.
Som z ...I am from ...
Aby som nezabudol, ...Before I forget, ...
Skoro som zabudol, ...Before I forget ...
Tušil som to.I suspected it.
comp. internet (som) mimo klávesniceaway from keyboard <AFK>
Aby som bol úprimný, ...To be honest, ...
Aby som pravdu povedal, ...To be honest, ...
Som na ceste!I'm on my way!
Aby som pravdu povedal, ...To tell the truth, ...
Akoby som tu nebol.Don't mind me.
Myslel som si (to).That's what I figured. [coll.]
Bol by som veľmi rád, keby ...I would be delighted if ...
Nechcel by som byť v tvojej koži.Sucks to be you. [Am.] [idiom]
Prepáčte, nerozumel som.I'm sorry, I didn't get that.
Som hladný ako vlk. [idióm]I could eat a horse. [idiom]
Čo som hovoril. [Predvídal som to a som to povedal.]I totally called it. [I knew that was going to happen.]
deň {m}day
Dobrý deň!Hello!
pracovný deň {m}weekday
pracovný deň {m}workday
všedný deň {m}weekday
všedný deň {m}workday
brloh {m} [aj obr.]den
cez deňby day
každý deňevery day
Deň {m} vďakyvzdaniaThanksgiving Day
hektický deň {m}busy day
meteor. horúci deň {m}sweltering day
pol. volebný deň {m}election day
deň {m} v týždniweekday
Dobrý deň! [popopoludní]Good afternoon!
Dobrý deň! [predpoludním]Good morning!
deň {m} otvorených dveríopen house
deň {m} po tomday after
deň čo deň {adv}day after day
deň za dňomday after day
dvakrát za deň {adv}twice a day
po celý deňall day long
raz za deň {adv}once a day
deň {m} v týždniday of the week
levová jama {f} [kniž.] [obr.]lion's den [fig.]
zool. vyhrabať si noru [dok.]to burrow one's den
izbička {f} [v dome al. byte na ničím nerušený oddych]den
Medzinárodný deň {m} žien <MDŽ> [8.marca]International Women's Day <IWD>
Robíš si zo mňa dobrý deň? [idióm]Are you kidding me? [coll.]
príslov. Nechváľ deň pred večerom.Don't count your chickens before they are hatched.
príslov. Ani Rím nepostavili za jeden deň.Rome was not built in a day.
robiť si z n-ho dobrý deň [nedok.] [idióm]to be kidding sb. [coll.]
príslov. Nechváľ deň pred západom (slnka).Don't count your chickens before they are hatched.
pelech {m} [aj obr.: úkryt na nelegálnu činnosť]den [also fig.: place of concealment for illegal activities]
pracovňa {f} [súkromná v dome al. v byte]den
Deň {m} práceLabor Day [Am.] [federal holiday in the United States; first Monday in September]
 
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