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Anglicko-slovenský slovník

Slovak-English translation for: to lose [become slow]
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Dictionary Slovak English: to lose [become slow]

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motať sa [nedok.]to dawdle [be slow in walking or doing sth.]
ochabnúť [dok.]to sag [become weaker]
znecitlivieť [dok.]to numb [to become numb]
ochabovať [nedok.]to sag [become weaker]
vyjsť najavo [dok.]to transpire [become known]
vychladnúť [dok.]to cool (down) [become cool]
ochladnúť [dok.]to cool (down) [become cool]
chlpiť sa [nedok.]to mat [become tangled, esp. hair]
schlpiť sa [dok.]to mat [become tangled, esp. hair]
ukázať sa [dok.] [vyjsť najavo]to transpire [become known]
rozčúliť sa [dok.]to go nuts [coll.] [become very angry]
naštvať sa [dok.]to go nuts [coll.] [become very angry]
vypeniť [dok.] [ľud.]to go nuts [coll.] [become very angry]
vybuchnúť [dok.] [rozzúriť sa]to freak out [coll.] [become very angry]
splietať sa [nedok.] [vytvárať chumáče]to mat [become tangled, esp. hair]
spliesť sa [dok.] [vytvoriť chumáče]to mat [become tangled, esp. hair]
vyjsť najavo [dok.] [vysvitnúť, stať sa očividným]to come out [become known]
vypeniť [dok.] [ľud.] [rozzúriť sa]to freak out [coll.] [become very angry]
stať sa členom n-čoho [dok.]to join sth. [become a member]
strácať [nedok.]to lose
prehrať [dok.]to lose
schudnúť [dok.]to lose weight
stratiť vedomie [dok.]to lose consciousness
blaznieť [nedok.]to lose it [coll.] [idiom]
šalieť [nedok.]to lose it [coll.] [idiom]
zablúdiť [dok.]to lose one's way
osirieť [dok.]to lose one's parents
stratiť zábrany [dok.]to lose one's inhibitions
stratiť rozum [dok.]to lose one's mind
pomiasť sa [dok.]to lose it [coll.] [idiom]
zblázniť sa [dok.]to lose it [coll.] [idiom]
stratiť sa [dok.]to lose one's way
vybuchnúť [dok.] [stratiť nervy]to lose it [coll.] [idiom]
prestať sa ovládať [dok.]to lose it [coll.] [idiom]
prehrať s n-ým [dok.]to lose to sb.
povoliť [dok.] [dať sa obmäkčiť; aj: zmierniť sa]to relent [finally agree after refusing; also: become less determined, strong etc.]
vyletieť [dok.] [ľud.] [stratiť nervy]to lose it [coll.] [idiom]
stratiť pojem o čase [dok.]to lose track of time
zhodiť n-čo [dok.] [schudnúť]to lose sth. [in weight]
vytočiť sa [dok.] [ľud.] [rozčúliť sa]to lose it [coll.] [idiom]
stratiť vládu nad n-čím [dok.]to lose control of sth.
stratiť n-ho/ n-čo [dok.]to lose sb./sth.
stratiť nervy [dok.] [idióm]to lose it [coll.] [idiom]
stratiť nervy [dok.] [idióm]to lose one's cool [coll.] [idiom]
prísť o n-ho/ n-čo [dok.]to lose sb./sth.
nerobiť si z n-čoho ťažkú hlavu [nedok.] [idióm]to not lose any sleep over sth. [idiom]
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