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Slovak-English translation for: when wiping one's [my your etc ] bottom
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Dictionary Slovak English: when wiping one's [my your etc] bottom

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zmerať si sily s n-ým [dok.] [porovnať a zistiť, kto je lepší]to match one's strength with / against sb. else's
To nie je na mne. [ľud.] [O tom nerozhodujem ja.]It's not my call. [coll.] [It's not my decision.]
vycúvať s autom z garáže [dok.]to back one's car out of garage
príslov. Keď kocúr nie je doma, myši majú hody.When the cat's away, the mice will play.
vlastnoručne {adv}by one's own hand
dopiť [dok.]to finish one's drink
osirieť [dok.]to lose one's parents
zablúdiť [dok.]to lose one's way
čušať [nedok.]to keep one's mouth shut
neustúpiť [dok.]to hold /stand one's ground
česať sa [nedok.]to comb one's hair
dodržať slovo [dok.]to keep one's word
hovoriť úprimne [nedok.]to speak one's mind
kývnuť hlavou [dok.]to nod one's head
lusknúť prstami [dok.]to snap one's fingers
obliznúť sa [dok.]to lick one's lips
osvedčiť sa [dok.]to prove one's worth
pohadzovať hlavou [nedok.]to cock one's head
pokrčiť plecami [dok.]to shrug one's shoulders
pokrútiť hlavou [dok.]to shake one's head
preobliecť sa [dok.]to change one's clothes
prezliecť sa [dok.]to change one's clothes
prezliekať sa [nedok.]to change one's clothes
skloniť hlavu [dok.]to bow one's head
sklopiť oči [dok.]to bow one's eyes
sklopiť oči [dok.]to lower one's eyes
spínať ruky [nedok.]to clasp one's hands
stratiť rozum [dok.]to lose one's mind
stratiť sa [dok.]to lose one's way
stratiť zábrany [dok.]to lose one's inhibitions
vlniť bokmi [nedok.]to wiggle one's hips
vynasnažiť sa [dok.]to do one's best
vysmrkať sa [dok.]to blow one's nose
zadržať dych [dok.]to hold one's breath
zakrútiť hlavou [dok.]to wag one's head
zapíjať žiaľ [dok.]to drown one's sorrows
zavrtieť chvostom [dok.]to wag one's tail
zmeniť názor [dok.]to change one's mind
zopnúť ruky [dok.]to clasp one's hands
šiši [ľud.]off one's rocker [coll.] [idiom]
pokľaknúť [dok.]to get down on one's knees
byť ticho [nedok.]to hold one's tongue [idiom]
dostať rozum [dok.]to come to one's senses
neponáhľať sa [nedok.]to take one's time [idiom]
rozhodnúť sa [dok.]to make up one's mind
skloniť hlavu [dok.]to incline one's head [literary]
vyplaziť jazyk [dok.]to stick out one's tongue
na vlastné nákladyat one's own expense
na vlastné nebezpečenstvoat one's (own) peril
na vlastné rizikoat one's (own) peril
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