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  • 501 it is a bit too thick

    tas nu gan ir par daudz

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  • 502 it is not worth mentioning

    nav vērts par to runāt

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  • 503 it is out of the question

    par to nevar būt ne runas

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  • 504 it speaks for itself

    tas liecina pats par sevi

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  • 505 it stands to reason

    tas ir pats par sevi saprotams; pats par sevi saprotams

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  • 506 it tells its own tale

    tas ir pats par sevi saprotams

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  • 507 it would do you no harm to have a haircut

    tev nenāktu par sliktu nogriezt matus

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  • 508 it's alien to my thoughts

    es par to nemaz nedomāju

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  • 509 it's gets me!

    tas nu ir par traku!

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  • 510 it's goes without saying

    tas ir pats par sevi saprotams

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  • 511 it's not further than two kilometres to the station

    līdz stacijai ir ne tālāk par diviem kilometriem

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  • 512 jack-knife

    1. noun
    (a large folding knife.) savāžams nazis
    2. verb
    ((of eg a lorry and its trailer) to swing together so that the trailer is at a sharp angle to the cab: The lorry skidded and jack- knifed, blocking the road.) (par automašīnu ar piekabi) sagriezties taisnā leņķī
    * * *
    savāžams nazis

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  • 513 job

    1) (a person's daily work or employment: She has a job as a bank-clerk; Some of the unemployed men have been out of a job for four years.) darbs
    2) (a piece of work or a task: I have several jobs to do before going to bed.) darbs; uzdevums
    - a good job
    - have a job
    - just the job
    - make the best of a bad job
    * * *
    darbs; grūts uzdevums; nodarbošanās, darbs; negodīgs darījums; aplaupīšana, zādzība; apstrādājamais priekšmets, detaļa; strādāt gadījuma darbus; slēgt negodīgus darījumus; būt par mākleri, spekulēt; negodīgi izmantot dienesta stāvokli

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  • 514 Johnny-come-lately

    par vēlu atnākušais; par vēlu pieslējies cilvēks; nesen ieradies imigrants

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  • 515 judge

    1. verb
    1) (to hear and try (cases) in a court of law: Who will be judging this murder case?) tiesāt
    2) (to decide which is the best in a competition etc: Is she going to judge the singing competition again?; Who will be judging the vegetables at the flower show?; Who is judging at the horse show?) vērtēt (sacensībās)
    3) (to consider and form an idea of; to estimate: You can't judge a man by his appearance; Watch how a cat judges the distance before it jumps; She couldn't judge whether he was telling the truth.) spriest; vērtēt
    4) (to criticize for doing wrong: We have no right to judge him - we might have done the same thing ourselves.) tiesāt
    2. noun
    1) (a public officer who hears and decides cases in a law court: The judge asked if the jury had reached a verdict.) tiesnesis
    2) (a person who decides which is the best in a competition etc: The judge's decision is final (= you cannot argue with the judge's decision); He was asked to be on the panel of judges at the beauty contest.) arbitrs; eksperts
    3) (a person who is skilled at deciding how good etc something is: He says she's honest, and he's a good judge of character; He seems a very fine pianist to me, but I'm no judge.) lietpratējs; pazinējs
    - judgment
    - judging from / to judge from
    - pass judgement on
    - pass judgement
    * * *
    tiesnesis; arbitrs, eksperts; lietpratējs, pazinējs; Soģu grāmata; tiesāt; būt par arbitru; spriest, vērtēt

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  • 516 jump

    1. verb
    1) (to (cause to) go quickly off the ground with a springing movement: He jumped off the wall / across the puddle / over the fallen tree / into the swimming-pool; Don't jump the horse over that fence!) []lēkt; ielēkt; nolēkt; lēkāt
    2) (to rise; to move quickly (upwards): She jumped to her feet; He jumped into the car.) pielēkt (kājās)
    3) (to make a startled movement: The noise made me jump.) salēkties; satrūkties
    4) (to pass over (a gap etc) by bounding: He jumped the stream easily.) pārlēkt
    2. noun
    1) (an act of jumping: She crossed the stream in one jump.) lēciens
    2) (an obstacle to be jumped over: Her horse fell at the third jump.) barjera; šķērslis
    3) (a jumping competition: the high jump.) lēkšana (sporta veids)
    4) (a startled movement: She gave a jump when the door suddenly banged shut.) satrūkšanās
    5) (a sudden rise, eg in prices: There has been a jump in the price of potatoes.) (cenu u.tml.) straujš kāpums
    - jump at
    - jump for joy
    - jump on
    - jump the gun
    - jump the queue
    - jump to conclusions / jump to the conclusion that
    - jump to it
    * * *
    lēciens; satrūkšanās; straujš kāpums; barjera, šķērslis; lēkt, lēkāt; strauji kāpt, satrūkties; pietrūkties; pietrūkties kājās; pārlēkt; izlaist; izlēkt, noiet; ucināt; likt lēkt; kratīt; piesavināties, sagrābt; aizmukt, aizlaisties; braukt par zaķi; mesties virsū, uzbrukt

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  • 517 keep

    [ki:p] 1. past tense, past participle - kept; verb
    1) (to have for a very long or indefinite period of time: He gave me the picture to keep.) []turēt
    2) (not to give or throw away; to preserve: I kept the most interesting books; Can you keep a secret?) glabāt
    3) (to (cause to) remain in a certain state or position: I keep this gun loaded; How do you keep cool in this heat?; Will you keep me informed of what happens?) []glabāt; noturēt
    4) (to go on (performing or repeating a certain action): He kept walking.) turpināt (kaut ko darīt)
    5) (to have in store: I always keep a tin of baked beans for emergencies.) paglabāt; turēt (krājumā)
    6) (to look after or care for: She keeps the garden beautifully; I think they keep hens.) []turēt
    7) (to remain in good condition: That meat won't keep in this heat unless you put it in the fridge.) (par pārtiku) saglabāties (svaigam)
    8) (to make entries in (a diary, accounts etc): She keeps a diary to remind her of her appointments; He kept the accounts for the club.) izdarīt ierakstus
    9) (to hold back or delay: Sorry to keep you.) aizkavēt
    10) (to provide food, clothes, housing for (someone): He has a wife and child to keep.) uzturēt (kādu)
    11) (to act in the way demanded by: She kept her promise.) turēt; ievērot
    12) (to celebrate: to keep Christmas.) svinēt
    2. noun
    (food and lodging: She gives her mother money every week for her keep; Our cat really earns her keep - she kills all the mice in the house.) iztika; uzturs
    - keeping
    - keep-fit
    - keepsake
    - for keeps
    - in keeping with
    - keep away
    - keep back
    - keep one's distance
    - keep down
    - keep one's end up
    - keep from
    - keep going
    - keep hold of
    - keep house for
    - keep house
    - keep in
    - keep in mind
    - keep it up
    - keep off
    - keep on
    - keep oneself to oneself
    - keep out
    - keep out of
    - keep time
    - keep to
    - keep something to oneself
    - keep to oneself
    - keep up
    - keep up with the Joneses
    - keep watch
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    uzturs, iztika; galvenais tornis; paturēt, turēt; glabāt; ievērot, turēt; noturēt, saglabāt; palikt; uzturēt; turpināt; sargāt; saglabāties; vest; aizkavēt; justies; svinēt

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  • 518 kick

    [kik] 1. verb
    1) (to hit or strike out with the foot: The child kicked his brother; He kicked the ball into the next garden; He kicked at the locked door; He kicked open the gate.) []spert; spārdīt; spārdīties
    2) ((of a gun) to jerk or spring back violently when fired.) (par šauteni) atsist
    2. noun
    1) (a blow with the foot: The boy gave him a kick on the ankle; He was injured by a kick from a horse.) spēriens
    2) (the springing back of a gun after it has been fired.) (šautenes) atsitiens
    3) (a pleasant thrill: She gets a kick out of making people happy.) patīkams satraukums
    - kick off
    - kick up
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    spēriens; sitiens; atsitiens; patīkams satraukums; spars; grādi, stiprums; deva; spārdīt, spert; spārdīties; atsist; palēkties, atlēkt; celt traci; atmest

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  • 519 kinky

    adjective ((hair) with a lot of small curls.) čirkains (par matiem)
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    samezglojies; dīvains; perverss, nenormāls

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  • 520 knee-jerk

    ceļgala reflekss; ceļgala refleksa; pats par sevi saprotams, paredzams; nemainīgs, parasts, pastāvīgs

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