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Slovak-English translation for: bell
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Dictionary Slovak English: bell

Translation 1 - 33 of 33

NOUN   a bell | bells
VERB  to bell | belled | belled ... 
SYNO   bell | ship's bell | bell shape ... 
zvon {m}bell
zvonec {m}bell
elektr. zvonček {m} [elektrický signálny mechanizmus]bell [electrical signaling device]
hry guľa {f} [v sedmových kartách: karta s guľou]bell [in German cards: a card of the suit of bells]
poľnoh. spiežovec {m}bell [on the neck of an animal]
2 Words: Nouns
zvonček {m}(little) bell
srdce {n} zvonabell clapper
bot. gastr. (sladká) paprika {f} [s hrubou dužinou, červená, zelená, žltá al. oranžová ]bell pepper [Am.]
arch. zvonica {f}bell tower
odev zvonové nohavice {pl}bell-bottoms {pl}
med. Bellova obrna {f}Bell's palsy
bicy bicyklový zvonček {m}bicycle bell
kostolný zvon {m}church bell
potápačský zvon {m}diving bell
zvonček {m} pri dveráchdoor bell
spiežovec {m} [na postroji]harness bell
spiežovec {m} [na saniach al. konskom postroji]jingle bell [sleigh bell]
námor. lodný zvon {m}ship's bell
spiežovec {m} [na saniach]sleigh bell
3 Words: Verbs
pripomínať niečo [nedok.]to ring a bell [idiom] [sound familiar]
4 Words: Verbs
hovoriť n-mu n-čo [nedok.] [idióm] [zdať sa povedomé]to ring a bell (with sb.) [coll.] [idiom] [sound familiar]
pripomínať n-mu n-čo [nedok.] [zdať sa povedomé]to ring a bell (with sb.) [coll.] [idiom] [sound familiar]
zdať sa povedomé (n-mu) [nedok.]to ring a bell (with sb.) [coll.] [idiom] [sound familiar]
5+ Words: Others
zdravý ako buk {adj} [idióm](as) sound as a bell [idiom]
zdravý ako repa {adj} [idióm](as) sound as a bell [idiom]
zdravý ako ryba {adj} [idióm](as) sound as a bell [idiom]
zdravý ako rybička {adj} [idióm](as) sound as a bell [idiom]
Hovorí ti to niečo? [idióm]Does it ring a bell? [coll.] [idiom]
Pripomína ti to niečo?Does it ring a bell? [coll.] [idiom]
To meno mi nič nehovorí. [idióm]That name doesn't ring a bell. [coll.] [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
Zdá sa ti to povedomé?Does it ring a bell? [coll.] [idiom]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
bot. T
bot. T
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