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throw out of work

  • 1 выбрасывать (I) > выбросить (II)

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    دور انداختن، آشغال، چیز دور انداخته، چیز بی مصرف
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    (vt. & n.) دور انداختن، ول کردن، دست کشیدن از، متروک ساختن
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    3. omit
    از قلم انداختن، انداختن، حذف کردن
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    (vt. & vi.) محروم کردن، راه ندادن به، بیرون نگاه داشتن از، مانع شدن، مستثنی کردن
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    (v.) هرز دادن، حرام کردن، بیهوده تلف کردن، نیازمند کردن، بی نیرو و قوت کردن، از بین رفتن، باطله، زائد، اتلاف
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    بیرون انداختن
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    Русско-персидский словарь > выбрасывать (I) > выбросить (II)

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