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Slovak-English translation for: mess
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Dictionary Slovak English: mess

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NOUN1   mess | -
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NOUN2   a mess | messes
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VERB  to mess | messed | messed ... 
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SYNO   to mess | to mess up | mess ... 
binec {m} [ľud.] [neporiadok]mess
bordel {m} [ľud.] [vulg.] [neporiadok, chaos]mess
brajgel {m} [ľud.] [neporiadok, chaos]mess
chaos {m}mess
galimatiáš {m} [chaos]mess
herberg {m} [ľud.] [neporiadok]mess
humus {m} [sl.] [špina, nečistota]mess
neporiadok {m}mess
paseka {f} [ľud.] [neporiadok]mess
šlamastika {f}mess
špina {f}mess
svinčík {m} [ľud.] [neporiadok, špina]mess
zmätok {m}mess
2 Words: Verbs
blbnúť [nedok.] [ľud.] [správať sa pochabo]to mess around
robiť hlúposti [nedok.]to mess around
stvárať somariny [nedok.] [ľud.]to mess around
flákať sa [nedok.] [ľud.] [bezcieľne tráviť čas]to mess around [coll.]
domrviť n-čo [dok.] [pokaziť]to mess sth. up
pobabrať n-čo [dok.] [ľud.]to mess sth. up
pohnojiť n-čo [dok.] [ľud.]to mess sth. up
pokafrať n-čo [dok.] [ľud.]to mess sth. up
pokašlať n-čo [dok.] [ľud.]to mess sth. up
pokaziť n-čo [dok.]to mess sth. up
poondiať n-čo [dok.] [ľud.] [pokaziť]to mess sth. up
poondiť n-čo [dok.] [ľud.] [pokaziť]to mess sth. up
popsuť n-čo [dok.] [ľud.]to mess sth. up
posrať n-čo [dok.] [hrubo]to mess sth. up
skaziť n-čo [dok.]to mess sth. up
skopať n-čo [dok.] [sl.]to mess sth. up
spackať n-čo [dok.] [ľud.]to mess sth. up
zbabrať n-čo [dok.] [ľud.]to mess sth. up
zmrviť n-čo [dok.] [ľud.] [pokaziť]to mess sth. up
zorať n-čo [dok.] [ľud.]to mess sth. up
sfušovať n-čo [dok.] [ľud.]to mess sth. up [do badly esp. skilled work]
rozhádzať n-čo [dok.]to mess sth. up [make untidy]
strieľať si z n-ho [nedok.] [ľud.]to mess with sb. [coll.]
robiť si žarty z n-ho [nedok.]to mess with sb. [coll.]
zahrávať sa s n-ým/ n-čím [nedok.]to mess with sb./sth.
zasahovať do n-čoho [nedok.]to mess with sth.
strkať nos do n-čoho [nedok.] [idióm]to mess with sth.
3 Words: Verbs
narobiť neporiadok [dok.]to make a mess
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