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  • 1 do things by halves

    (to do things in an incomplete way: He never does things by halves.) αφήνω στη μέση

    English-Greek dictionary > do things by halves

  • 2 get into the swing (of things)

    (to begin to fit into a routine etc.) παίρνω το `κολάι`, συνηθίζω

    English-Greek dictionary > get into the swing (of things)

  • 3 get into the swing (of things)

    (to begin to fit into a routine etc.) παίρνω το `κολάι`, συνηθίζω

    English-Greek dictionary > get into the swing (of things)

  • 4 abstract

    ['æbstrækt] 1. adjective
    1) ((of a noun) referring to something which exists as an idea and which is not physically real: Truth, poverty and bravery are abstract nouns.) αφηρημένος (πχ. έννοια)
    2) ((of painting, sculpture etc) concerned with colour, shape, texture etc rather than showing things as they really appear: an abstract sketch of a vase of flowers.) της αφηρημένης τέχνης
    2. noun
    (a summary (of a book, article etc).) περίληψη, σύνοψη

    English-Greek dictionary > abstract

  • 5 accumulate

    [ə'kju:mjuleit]
    ((usually of things) to gather or be gathered together in a large quantity: Rubbish accumulates very quickly in our house.) συσσωρεύω/-ομαι
    - accumulator

    English-Greek dictionary > accumulate

  • 6 adhesion

    [əd'hi:ʒən] 1. noun
    (the act or quality of adhering (to).) προσκόλληση
    2. noun
    (a substance which makes things stick: The tiles would not stick as he was using the wrong adhesive.) κόλλα

    English-Greek dictionary > adhesion

  • 7 agenda

    [ə'‹endə]
    (a list of things to be done, especially at a meeting: What's on the agenda this morning?) ημερήσια διάταξη

    English-Greek dictionary > agenda

  • 8 allergic

    [-'lə:-]
    adjective ((with to) affected in a bad way by (certain) things: He is allergic to certain flowers.) αλλεργικός

    English-Greek dictionary > allergic

  • 9 alternative

    [o:l'tə:nətiv] 1. adjective
    (offering a choice of a second possibility: An alternative arrangement can be made if my plans don't suit you.) εναλλακτικός
    2. noun
    (a choice between two (or sometimes more) things or possibilities: You leave me no alternative but to dismiss you; I don't like fish. Is there an alternative on the menu?) εναλλακτική λύση

    English-Greek dictionary > alternative

  • 10 ammunition

    [æmju'niʃən]
    (things used in the firing of a gun etc (eg bullets, gunpowder, shells): How long will the soldiers' ammunition last?) πυρομαχικά, πολεμοφόδια

    English-Greek dictionary > ammunition

  • 11 animal

    ['æniməl]
    1) (a living being which can feel things and move freely: man and other animals.) ζώο
    2) (an animal other than man: a book on man's attitude to animals; ( also adjective) animal behaviour.) ζώο

    English-Greek dictionary > animal

  • 12 array

    [ə'rei] 1.
    1) (things, people etc arranged in some order: an impressive array of fabrics.) διάταξη/ συλλογή
    2) (clothes: in fine array.) ενδυμασία
    2. verb
    1) (to put (things, people etc) in some order for show etc: goods arrayed on the counter.) παρατάσσω
    2) (to dress (oneself) eg in fine clothes.) ντύνω

    English-Greek dictionary > array

  • 13 at all events / at any event

    (in any case: At all events, we can't make things worse than they already are.) έτσι κι αλλιώς

    English-Greek dictionary > at all events / at any event

  • 14 auctioneer

    noun (a person who is in charge of selling things at an auction.) εκπλειστηριαστής, δημοπράτης

    English-Greek dictionary > auctioneer

  • 15 bad

    [bæd]
    comparative - worse; adjective
    1) (not good; not efficient: He is a bad driver; His eyesight is bad; They are bad at tennis (= they play tennis badly).) όχι ικανός, κακός σε κάτι
    2) (wicked; immoral: a bad man; He has done some bad things.) κακός
    3) (unpleasant: bad news.) άσχημος
    4) (rotten: This meat is bad.) χαλασμένος
    5) (causing harm or injury: Smoking is bad for your health.) βλαβερός
    6) ((of a part of the body) painful, or in a weak state: She has a bad heart; I have a bad head (= headache) today.) άρρωστος
    7) (unwell: I am feeling quite bad today.) άσχημα
    8) (serious or severe: a bad accident; a bad mistake.) σοβαρός
    9) ((of a debt) not likely to be paid: The firm loses money every year from bad debts.) επισφαλής
    - badness
    - badly off
    - feel bad about something
    - feel bad
    - go from bad to worse
    - not bad
    - too bad

    English-Greek dictionary > bad

  • 16 batch

    [bæ ]
    (a number of things made, delivered etc, all at one time: a batch of bread; The letters were sent out in batches.) φουρνιά, παρτίδα

    English-Greek dictionary > batch

  • 17 be all fingers and thumbs / my etc fingers are all thumbs

    (to be very awkward or clumsy in handling or holding things: He was so excited that his fingers were all thumbs and he dropped the cup.) είμαι άγαρμπος

    English-Greek dictionary > be all fingers and thumbs / my etc fingers are all thumbs

  • 18 be tied up

    1) (to be busy; to be involved (with): I can't discuss this matter just now - I'm tied up with other things.) είμαι απασχολημένος
    2) ((with with) to be connected with.) σχετίζομαι, συνδέομαι

    English-Greek dictionary > be tied up

  • 19 be torn between (one thing and another)

    (to have a very difficult choice to make between (two things): He was torn between obedience to his parents and loyalty to his friends.) βρίσκομαι σε δίλημμα, διχάζομαι

    English-Greek dictionary > be torn between (one thing and another)

  • 20 be torn between (one thing and another)

    (to have a very difficult choice to make between (two things): He was torn between obedience to his parents and loyalty to his friends.) βρίσκομαι σε δίλημμα, διχάζομαι

    English-Greek dictionary > be torn between (one thing and another)

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  • things — personal belongings or clothing. → thing things unspecified circumstances or matters. → thing …   English new terms dictionary

  • things — index effects Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • things — The objects of dominion or property as contradistinguished from persons. Gayer v. Whelan, 59 Cal.App.2d 255,138 P.2d 763, 768. The object of a right; Le., whatever is treated by the law as the object over which one person exercises a right, and… …   Black's law dictionary

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  • things — Synonyms and related words: accessories, accouterments, appanages, apparatus, appendages, appliances, appointments, appurtenances, armament, belongings, caparison, choses, choses in action, choses in possession, choses local, choses transitory,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • things — thing [n1] something felt, seen, perceived affair, anything, apparatus, article, being, body, business, circumstance, commodity, concept, concern, configuration, contrivance, corporeality, creature, device, element, entity, everything, existence …   New thesaurus

  • things — Inanimate objects. Gayer v Whelan, 59 Cal App 255, 139 P2d 763. As the subject matter of a bequest, effects, goods, assets, or property, dependent upon the intent of the testator as such appears from the will. Arnolds Estate, 240 Pa 261, 87 A 590 …   Ballentine's law dictionary

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