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Slovak-English translation for: n-o
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Dictionary Slovak English: n o

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Slovak English
SEE ALSO  no
n-o moholsb. could [was able]
n-o môžesb. can
n-o môžesb. may [is possibly]
n-o musísb. must
n-o nesmiesb. must not
n-o smiesb. may [is permitted]
n-o/ n-čo jesb./sth. is
Unverified n-o/ n-čo nemusí [nedok.]sb./sth. may not
Unverified n-o/ n-čo nesmie [nedok.] [v odpovedi na otázku May...?]sb./sth. may not
premôcť n-o/ n-čo [dok.]to defeat sb./sth.
n-o by moholsb. could [would be able]
n-o by moholsb. might
n-o by malsb. should
ochudobniť n-ho o n-čo [dok.]to deprive sb. of sth.
okradnúť n-ho o n-čo [dok.]to steal sth. from sb.
oprieť n-čo o n-čo [dok.]to prop sth. against sth.
počuť o n-kom [nedok.]to hear from sb.
poprosiť o n-čo [dok.]to request sth.
požiadať o n-čo [dok.]to request
požiadať o n-čo [dok.]to ask for sth.
požiadať o n-čo [dok.]to put in for sth.
pripraviť n-ho o n-čo [dok.]to deprive sb. of sth.
pripraviť n-ho o n-čo [dok.] [podvodom]to do sb. out of sth.
prísť o n-ho/ n-čo [dok.]to lose sb./sth.
rozšíriť n-čo o n-čo [dok.]to supplement sth. with sth.
stáť o n-ho [nedok.] [mať záujem]to care for sb.
ukrátiť n-ho o n-čo [dok.]to deprive sb. of sth.
zakopnúť o n-čo [dok.]to trip over sth.
zažiadať o n-čo [dok.]to put in for sth.
žiadať o n-čo [nedok.]to ask for sth.
núdza {f} o n-čolack of sth.
pokus {m} o n-čogo at sth.
informovaný o n-čom {adj} [tajnom]privy to sth.
n-o/n-čo prišiel/prišla/prišlosb./sth. came
(naliehavo) žiadať n-ho o n-čo [nedok.]to plead with sb. for sth.
(úpenlivo) prosiť n-ho o n-čo [nedok.]to plead with sb. for sth.
informovať n-ho o n-čom [dok./nedok.]to apprise sb. of sth. [formal]
informovať n-ho o n-čom [dok./nedok.]to notify sb. of sth.
mať starosti o n-ho/ n-čo [nedok.]to be concerned about sb./ sth.
žurn. napísať medailón o n-kom [dok.]to profile sb.
navyknúť si na n-o [dok.]to accustom oneself to sth.
nestarať sa o n-čo [nedok.]to let sth. slide
opierať sa o n-čo [nedok.]to lean against sth.
oprieť sa o n-čo [dok.] [hornou polovicou tela]to recline against sth.
oprieť sa o n-ho [dok.]to lean on sb.
pokúsiť sa o n-čo [dok.]to have a shot at sth.
Unverified poprosiť n-ho o prepáčenie {verb} [dok.]to beg sb.'s pardon
postarať sa o n-čo [dok.]to see to sth.
postarať sa o n-ho / n-čo [dok.]to take care of sb./sth.
postarať sa o n-ho/ n-čo [dok.]to look after sb./sth.
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