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Slovak-English translation for: phasing out of sth
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nemať n-čo [nedok.]to be out of sth.
vyrezať n-čo z dreva [dok.]to carve sth. out of wood
vystrúhať n-čo z dreva [dok.]to carve sth. out of wood
vytesať n-čo z kameňa [dok.]to carve sth. out of stone
vyzrieť z n-čoho [dok.] [pozrieť von]to look out of sth.
dostať sa z n-čoho [dok.]to snap out of sth. [coll.]
vyhrabať sa z n-čoho [dok.]to snap out of sth. [coll.]
vykrútiť sa z n-čoho [dok.] [obr.]to weasel out of sth.
vytrysknúť z n-čoho [dok.] [kniž.]to spurt from / out of sth. [liquid]
idióm mať z n-čoho potešenie [nedok.]to get a kick out of sth.
vycicať si n-čo z prsta [dok.]to make sth. up out of whole cloth
vyhovoriť n-mu n-čo [dok.]to talk sb. out of sth.
vyvaliť veľa peňazí za n-čo [dok.]to splash out a lot of money on sth. [Br.] [coll.]
pripraviť n-ho o n-čo [dok.] [podvodom]to do sb. out of sth.
vyhnúť sa n-čomu [dok.] [nepríjemnej povinnosti ap.]to get out of sth. [avoid i.e. unpleasant duty etc.]
vyzuť sa z n-čoho [dok.] [ľud.] [z nepríjemnej povinnosti ap.]to get out of sth. [avoid i.e. unpleasant duty etc.]
vykrútiť sa z n-čoho [dok.] [vyhnúť sa napr. nepríjemnej povinnosti, hl. výhovorkami]to get out of sth. [avoid i.e. unpleasant duty, esp. by means of excuse]
vyklopiť n-čo do n-čoho [dok.]to tip sth. out into sth.
mimo {prep} [+gen.]out of
nemoderný {adj}out of date
nemoderný {adj}out of fashion
pokazenýout of order
hudba rozladený {adj}out of tune
staromódny {adj}out of fashion
z {prep} [+gen.]out of
zastaraný {adj}out of date
prekonaný {adj} [zastaraný]out of date
Vylúčené!Out of the question!
znenazdania {adv}out of the blue
práv. zmier {m}out-of-court settlement
mimo dohľaduout of sight
mimo dosahuout of reach
mimo dosluchu {adv}out of earshot
mimo prevádzkyout of order
preč z {prep} [+gen.]out of
von z {prep} [+gen.]out of
zo mňaout of me
zo súcitu {adv}out of compassion
zo zúfalstva {adv}out of desperation
zo zvedavosti {adv}out of curiosity
nefungovať [nedok.]to be out of order
Ani myslieť!Out of the question!
práca bez práceout of a job
sčista-jasna {adv} [zrazu]out of nowhere
Vzchop sa!Snap out of it!
práv. mimosúdne vyrovnanie {n}out-of-court settlement
Hlavu hore! [obr.]Snap out of it!
sčista-jasna {adv} [zrazu]out of the blue
z ničoho ničout of the blue
z ničoho nič {adv} [zrazu]out of nowhere
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