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Slovak-English translation for: at request of sb
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na žiadosť n-hoat the request of sb.
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rukou n-hoat the hands of sb.
nedôverčivý voči n-mu {adj}suspicious of sb.
podozrievavý voči n-mu {adj}suspicious of sb.
zlé zaobchádzanie {n} s n-ýmmaltreatment of sb.
opatrovať n-ho [nedok.]to take care of sb.
vo vekuat the age of
začiatkom {prep} [+gen.]at the beginning of
koncom {prep} [+gen.]at the close of
koncom {prep} [+gen.]at the end of
začiatkom {prep} [+gen.]at the start of
zažmurkať na n-ho [dok.]to wink at sb.
podľa uváženia n-hoat sb.'s discretion
posmievať sa n-mu [nedok.]to make fun of sb.
vysmievať sa n-mu [nedok.]to make fun of sb.
na vrchole [+gen.]at the height of
v prítomnosti n-ho {adv}in the presence of sb.
za vlády n-hounder the rule of sb.
zastihnúť n-ho [dok.]to get a hold of sb.
rýchlosťou svetlaat the speed of light
pustiť sa do n-ho [dok.]to come at sb.
vrhnúť sa na n-ho [dok.]to come at sb.
zamračiť sa na n-ho [dok.]to frown at sb.
rozkríknuť sa na n-ho [dok.]to shout at sb.
starať sa o n-ho [nedok.]to take care of sb.
zmýšľať o n-kom zle [nedok.]to think badly of sb.
pod záštitou n-ho [kniž.]under the auspices of sb.
exemplárne potrestať n-ho [dok.]make an example of sb.
trpieť na n-ho [dok.]to think the world of sb.
usmievať sa na n-ho [nedok.]to beam at sb. [to smile]
pomstiť sa n-mu [dok.]to get back at sb. [coll.]
hovoriť o n-kom v zlom [nedok.]to speak ill of sb.
hovoriť o n-kom v dobrom [nedok.]to speak well of sb.
vytiahnuť n-ho z postele [dok.]to haul sb. out of bed
idióm zniesť n-mu modré z nebato think the world of sb.
idióm v konečnom dôsledkuat the end of the day
Unverified byť na n-ho naštvaný [ľud.]to be mad at sb. [coll.]
pohroziť n-mu prstom [dok.]to wag one's finger at sb.
na plné hrdlo {adv}at the top of one's voice
z plného hrdla {adv}at the top of one's voice
idióm vrátiť to n-mu [dok.] [pomstiť sa]to get back at sb. [coll.]
byť v spore s n-ým [nedok.]to be at odds with sb.
zohnať n-ho [dok.] [spojiť sa s n-ým]to get a hold of sb.
idióm vymlátiť dušu z n-ho [dok.]to beat the crap out of sb. [vulg.]
vyľakať n-ho na smrť [dok.]to frighten sb. out of his wits [idiom]
vyľakať n-ho na smrť [dok.]to scare sb. out of his wits [idiom]
hlodať v n-kom [nedok.] [pochybnosť, obava ap.]to niggle at sb. [doubt, worry etc.]
požiadavka {f}request
nezávislý od n-ho/ n-čoho {adj}independent of sb./sth.
nezávisle od n-ho/ n-čoho {adv}independently of sb./sth.
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