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Dictionary Slovak English: What

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SlovakEnglish
aký {pron}what
čo {pron}what
čožewhat
2 Words: Others
No a?So what?
A čo ...?What about ...?
Čo keby ...?What about ...?
načowhat for
Čo sa stalo?What happened?
Čauec! [sl.]What's shaking? [sl.] [greeting]
Čo je? [ľud.]What's up? [coll.]
Ako sa darí? [ľud.]What's up? [coll.]
Čo sa deje?What's up? [coll.]
Čau! [ľud.] [uvítanie]What's up? [coll.] [greeting]
Čauec! [sl.]What's up? [coll.] [greeting]
Čauko! [ľud.]What's up? [coll.] [greeting]
Nazdar! [ľud.]What's up? [coll.] [greeting]
Nazdiš! [sl.] [Nazdar!]What's up? [coll.] [greeting]
Zdravím! [ľud.]What's up? [coll.] [greeting]
Čo sa deje?What's wrong?
3 Words: Others
... a také všeličo... and what not [coll.]
... a neviem čo ešte... and what not [coll.]
Nech sa stane čokoľvek.Come what may.
v každom prípade {adv}no matter what
za každých okolností {adv}no matter what
nech je, ako chceno matter what
Na základe čoho?On what grounds?
Z akého dôvodu?On what grounds?
Načo?To what end?
Z akého dôvodu?To what end?
Aká smola!What a bummer! [coll.]
To je ale sranda! [ľud.]What a hoot! [coll.]
Aká škoda!What a pity!
To je ale škoda!What a pity!
Aká škoda!What a shame!
To je ale škoda!What a shame!
navyšewhat is more
Čo keby sme ...What say we ... ?
Čo ťa žerie? [ľud.]What's bugging you? [coll.]
Čo je?What's the dilly? [coll.]
Čo sa deje?What's the dilly? [coll.]
Kde to viazne?What's the holdup?
Čo sa deje?What's the matter?
Aký to zmysel?What's the point?
Načo je to dobré?What's the point?
Ako sa voláš?What's your name?
3 Words: Verbs
vytmaviť to n-mu [dok.] [idióm] [vynadať]to give sb. what for [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] [scold]
4 Words: Others
ba čo viac, ...and, what is more, ...
Nech to stojí, čo to stojí. [idióm]Cost what it may. [idiom]
Vieš, čo?I'll tell you what.
Niečo ti poviem.I'll tell you what.
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