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Slovak-English translation for: to have
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Dictionary Slovak English: to have

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VERB  to have | had | had ... 
mať [nedok.]to have
Partial Matches
Príjemnú zábavu!Have fun!
večerať [nedok.]to have supper
musieť [nedok.]to have to
raňajkovať [nedok.]to have breakfast
obedovať [nedok.]to have lunch
večerať [nedok.]to have dinner
mať [nedok.]to have got
Maj zľutovanie!Have mercy!
súložiť [nedok.]to have sex
Máte ... ?Do you have ... ?
navečerať sa [dok.]to have supper
sexovať [ľud.] [nedok.]to have sex
Netuším.I have no idea.
naobedovať sa [dok.]to have lunch
naraňajkovať sa [dok.]to have breakfast
navečerať sa [dok.]to have dinner
baviť sa [nedok.]to have fun
Dobre sa bav!Have fun!
zabávať sa [nedok.]to have fun
prem. nabúrať [dok.] [ľud.]to have an accident
Príjemnú zábavu!Have a good time!
vypiť si [dok.]to have a drink
napiť sa [dok.]to have a drink
Skús to znova!Have another go!
mať na výber [nedok.]to have a choice
mať problémy [nedok.]to have some issues [coll.]
byť vynervovaný [nedok.]to have the jitters [coll.]
mať trému [nedok.]to have the jitters [coll.]
Dobre sa zabávaj!Have a good time!
mať úroveň [nedok.] [ľud.]to have class [coll.]
byť nedoslýchavý [nedok.]to have a hearing loss
zdriemnuť si [dok.]to have / take a nap
nemať (ani) poňatia [nedok.]to have no idea
Nemáte náhodou ... ?Do you happen to have ... ?
baviť sa [nedok.]to have a good time
nemať ani šajnu [ľud.]to have no idea
prem. havarovať [dok.] [motorovým vozidlom]to have an accident
nemať na výber [nedok.]to have no choice
nemať (ani) potuchy [nedok.]to have no idea
mať pohlavný styk [nedok.]to have sexual intercourse
mať odvahu [nedok.]to have the balls [coll.] [courage]
schrupnúť si [dok.] [ľud.]to have / take a nap
mať urobené n-čo [nedok.]to have done sth.
mať guráž [nedok.]to have the balls [coll.] [courage]
mýliť sa [nedok.]to have another think coming [idiom]
mýliť sa [nedok.]to have another thing coming [idiom]
mať sa dobre [nedok.]to have a good time
osprchovať sa [dok.]to have a shower [esp. Br.]
byť na úrovni [nedok.] [ľud.]to have class [coll.]
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