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Slovak-English translation for: to alter sth for the worse
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vymeniť n-čo za n-čo [dok.]to swap sth. for sth.
vymeniť n-čo za n-čo [dok.]to trade sth. for sth.
zatiaľfor the time being
nateraz {adv}for the time being
uvoľniť n-ho/ n-čo na n-čo [dok.]to free (up) sb./sth. for sth.
pre [+ak.]for the sake of
(po) prvýkrát {adv}for the first time
kvôli [+dat.]for the sake of
zmena {f} k lepšiemuchange for the better
obrat {m} k lepšiemuchange for the better
pastva {f} pre očifeast for the eyes
v záujme {prep} [+gen.]for the sake of
v prospech {prep} [+gen.]for the benefit of
slepecký pes {m}guide dog (for the blind)
práv. vzdel. študovať právo [nedok.]to study for the bar
(po) prvý raz {adv}for the first time
prieviesť n-ho/ n-čo na pokraj n-čoho [dok.]to bring sb./sth. to the verge of sth.
vodiaci pes {m} (pre nevidiach)guide dog (for the blind)
postaviť na čaj [dok.]to put the kettle on for tea
chtivý n-čoho {adj}eager for sth.
vysvetľovať n-čo [nedok.]to account for sth.
hľadať n-čo [nedok.]to search for sth.
umožniť n-čo [dok.]to allow for sth.
požadovať n-čo [nedok.]to ask for sth.
nevšímavosť {f} k n-čomudisregard for sth.
vysvetliť n-čo [dok.]to account for sth.
bažiaci po n-čomgreedy for sth.
prahnúci po n-čomgreedy for sth.
záľuba {f} v n-čompredilection for sth.
vďaka {f} za n-čothanks for sth.
ľahostajnosť {f} k n-čomudisregard for sth.
nadanie {n} na n-čoaptitude for sth.
presadzovať n-čo [nedok.]to push for sth.
trpieť n-čo [nedok.]to stand for sth.
záľuba {f} v n-čomtaste for sth.
tolerovať n-čo [nedok.]to stand for sth.
strpieť n-čo [dok.]to stand for sth.
zamieriť [dok.] [kam]to head for sth. / [+adverb]
smerovať [nedok.] [kam]to head for sth. / [+adverb]
mieriť [nedok.] [kam]to head for sth. / [+adverb]
idióm pre stromy nevidieť lesnot to see the forest / wood for the trees
prahnúť po n-čom [nedok.]to crave for sth.
mať namierené [nedok.] [kam]to head for sth. / [+adverb]
zdôvodniť n-čo [dok.]to give reasons for sth.
šmátrať po n-čom [nedok.]to grope for sth.
zdôvodňovať n-čo [nedok.]to give reasons for sth.
dychtiť po n-čom [nedok.]to crave for sth.
túžiť po n-čom [nedok.]to crave for sth.
žiadať o n-čo [nedok.]to ask for sth.
požiadať o n-čo [dok.]to ask for sth.
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