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Dictionary Slovak English: what

Translation 1 - 52 of 52

SlovakEnglish
aký {pron}what
čo {pron}what
čožewhat
2 Words: Others
No a?So what?
A čo ...?What about ...?
načowhat for
Čo sa stalo?What happened?
Ako sa darí? [ľud.]What's up? [Am.] [coll.]
Čo je? [ľud.]What's up? [coll.]
Čo sa deje?What's wrong?
3 Words: Others
Načo?To what end?
Z akého dôvodu?To what end?
Aká škoda!What a pity!
To je ale škoda!What a pity!
Aká škoda!What a shame!
To je ale škoda!What a shame!
navyšewhat is more
Čo ťa žerie? [ľud.]What's bugging you? [coll.]
Kde to viazne?What's the holdup?
Čo sa deje?What's the matter?
Ako sa voláš?What's your name?
4 Words: Others
ba čo viac, ...and, what is more, ...
idióm Nech to stojí, čo to stojí.Cost what it may.
Myslel som si (to).That's what I figured. [coll.]
Čo robíš? / Čo robíte?What are you doing?
No toto!What do you know! [surprise]
Predstav si!What do you know! [surprise]
Čo si myslíš?What do you think?
Čo sa deje?What is the matter?
Aký je váš názor?What is your opinion?
Koľko je hodín?What time is it?
Čo ti to napadlo?What were you thinking?
Čo to do teba vošlo?What's got into you?
Čo to do teba vošlo?What's gotten into you? [Am.]
Čo ťa to trápi?What's it to you?
Čo ťa je do toho?What's it to you?
Je tam toho. [ľud.]What's the big deal? [coll.]
Čo je na tom zlého?What's wrong with that?
Čo ti je?What's wrong with you?
5+ Words: Others
Čo mám robiť?What am I to do?
Ako si ma to nazval?What did you call me?
Aký to význam?What difference does it make?
Čo sa tým zmení?What difference does it make?
Ako sa to povie po anglicky?What do you call that in English?
Čo (tým) myslíš?What do you mean (by that)?
Čo si o tom myslíš?What do you think of that?
O čo tu ide?What is it all about?
Načo je to (dobré)?What is it good for?
Čo sa stalo, sa neodstane.What's done cannot be undone.
Čo ti je?What's the matter with you?
Čo je (to) s tebou?What's the matter with you?
5+ Words: Verbs
dostať čo komu patrí [dok.] [zaslúžiť si, hl. n-čo nepríjemné] [idióm]to get what is coming to one [idiom]
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