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Slovak-English translation for: bývať
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Dictionary Slovak English: bývať

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Slovak English
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VERB   bývať | bývam | bývajú | býval
bývať [nedok.]to live
bývať [nedok.] [niekde]to reside [somewhere]
bývať [nedok.] [prechodne]to stay
bývať [nedok.] [žiť]to dwell [literary]
práca bývať mimo [nedok.] [pracoviska al. miesta štúdia]to live out [dwell away of one's place of employment or study]
bývať niekde [nedok.]to inhabit sth.
bývať u svojich rodičov [nedok.]to live with one's parents
 
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