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verb

  • 1 verb

    [və:b]
    (the word or phrase that gives the action, or asserts something, in a sentence, clause etc: I saw him; He ran away from me; I have a feeling; What is this?) sloveso
    - verbally
    - verbatim
    - verbose
    * * *
    • sloveso
    • slovo
    • príkazové slovo

    English-Slovak dictionary > verb

  • 2 phrasal verb

    (a phrase consisting of a verb and adverb or preposition, which together function as a verb: `Leave out', `go without', `go away', are phrasal verbs.) frázové sloveso

    English-Slovak dictionary > phrasal verb

  • 3 arithmetic verb

    • aritmetický príkaz
    • aritmetické sloveso

    English-Slovak dictionary > arithmetic verb

  • 4 abduct

    (to take (someone) away against his will usually by trickery or violence; to kidnap: The president has been abducted.) uniesť
    * * *
    • uniest
    • abdukovat
    • odtahovat
    • odchylovat

    English-Slovak dictionary > abduct

  • 5 abide

    (to put up with; to tolerate: I can't abide noisy people.) zniesť, strpieť
    * * *
    • uznávat
    • vystát
    • vyckat
    • zniest
    • zotrvat
    • zostat verný
    • zostat
    • znášat
    • strpiet
    • trpiet
    • trvat
    • uspokojit sa
    • prebývat
    • držat sa
    • cakat
    • dodržat

    English-Slovak dictionary > abide

  • 6 abound

    1) ((with in or with) to have plenty of: The east coast abounds in good farming land.) oplývať
    2) (to be very plentiful: Fish abound in these waters.) hojne sa vyskytovať
    * * *
    • vela sa vyskytovat
    • hemžit sa
    • bohato sa vyskytovat
    • oplývat

    English-Slovak dictionary > abound

  • 7 acclimatize

    (to make or become accustomed to a new climate, new surroundings etc: It took him several months to become acclimatized to the heat.) aklimatizovať (sa)
    - acclimatisation
    * * *
    • prisôsobit okoliu
    • prispôsobit sa
    • prispôsobit
    • aklimatizovat
    • aklimatizovat sa

    English-Slovak dictionary > acclimatize

  • 8 accompany

    1) (to go with (someone or something): He accompanied her to the door.) odprevadiť
    2) (to play a musical instrument to go along with (a singer etc): He accompanied her on the piano.) sprevádzať
    - accompanist
    * * *
    • spojovat
    • sprevádzat
    • spojit
    • kombinovat
    • odprevadit

    English-Slovak dictionary > accompany

  • 9 accomplish

    (to complete (something) successfully: Have you accomplished your task?) vykonať, splniť
    - accomplishment
    * * *
    • úspešne urobit
    • uskutocnovat
    • vykonat
    • vyliecit
    • zdokonalit
    • splnit
    • uskutocnit
    • urobit
    • previest
    • prejst vzdialenost
    • dosiahnut
    • dožit sa
    • dokázat
    • dokonat
    • dokoncit

    English-Slovak dictionary > accomplish

  • 10 accustom

    (to make (especially oneself) familiar with or used to: He soon accustomed himself to the idea.) zvyknúť (si)
    - accustomed to
    * * *
    • zvyknút
    • zvyknút si na
    • zvykat
    • privyknút
    • navyknút

    English-Slovak dictionary > accustom

  • 11 acquire

    (to get: He acquired a knowledge of English.) získať, nadobudnúť
    - acquisitive
    - acquisitiveness
    * * *
    • získat
    • osvojit si
    • nadobudnút

    English-Slovak dictionary > acquire

  • 12 adjust

    1) ((often with to) to change so as to make or be better suited: He soon adjusted to his new way of life.) prispôsobiť sa
    2) (to change (the position of, setting of): Adjust the setting of the alarm clock.) upraviť, nastaviť
    - adjustment
    * * *
    • usporiadat
    • vyšetrit
    • vyrovnat
    • zjednotit
    • zoriadit
    • urovnat sa
    • upravit
    • urovnat
    • upravit podla
    • prispôsobit
    • dat do poriadku
    • dat sa vyregulovat
    • regulovat
    • nastavovat
    • nastavit
    • odhadnút
    • odstránit

    English-Slovak dictionary > adjust

  • 13 admire

    1) (to look at with great pleasure and often to express this pleasure: I've just been admiring your new car.) obdivovať
    2) (to have a very high opinion of (something or someone): I admire John's courage.) obdivovať
    - admirably
    - admiration
    - admirer
    - admiring
    - admiringly
    * * *
    • želat
    • chciet
    • pochválit
    • obdivovat
    • obdivovat sa

    English-Slovak dictionary > admire

  • 14 advertise

    (to make (something) known to the public by any of various methods: I've advertised (my house) in the newspaper; They advertised on TV for volunteers.) inzerovať, hľadať na inzerát
    - advertiser
    * * *
    • inzerovat
    • robit reklamu

    English-Slovak dictionary > advertise

  • 15 advise

    1) (to give advice to; to recommend: My lawyer advises me to buy the house.) radiť
    2) ((with of) to inform: This letter is to advise you of our interest in your proposal.) informovať
    * * *
    • varovat
    • radit
    • oznámit
    • poradit

    English-Slovak dictionary > advise

  • 16 align

    1) (to put in a straight line or in parallel lines.) zoradiť
    2) (to attach (oneself) to one side in an argument, politics etc: He aligned himself with the rebels.) pripojiť sa
    * * *
    • usporiadat
    • vyrovnat
    • vyrovnat do priamky
    • zarovnávat
    • zrovnat
    • usmernit
    • porovnat
    • nastavit
    • nastavit gyroskop
    • odrovnat sa

    English-Slovak dictionary > align

  • 17 allow

    1) (not to forbid or prevent: He allowed me to enter; Playing football in the street is not allowed.) dovoliť
    2) ((with for) to take into consideration when judging or deciding: These figures allow for price rises.) počítať s, vziať do úvahy
    3) (to give, especially for a particular purpose or regularly: His father allows him too much money.) poskytovať
    - make allowance for
    * * *
    • uznat
    • vziat v úvahu
    • umožnit
    • pripustit
    • pripúštat
    • dovolit
    • dovolovat
    • povolit
    • môct

    English-Slovak dictionary > allow

  • 18 amplify

    1) (to make larger, especially by adding details to.) rozviesť
    2) (to make (the sound from a radio, record-player etc) louder by using an amplifier.) zosilniť
    - amplifier
    * * *
    • zväcšit
    • zvýšit
    • zosilnovat
    • rozšírit

    English-Slovak dictionary > amplify

  • 19 analyse

    verb (to examine the nature of (something) especially by breaking up (a whole) into parts: The doctor analysed the blood sample.) urobiť rozbor, analyzovať
    * * *
    • analyzovat
    • rozoberat

    English-Slovak dictionary > analyse

  • 20 annihilate

    (to destroy completely: The epidemic annihilated the population of the town.) zničiť
    * * *
    • znicit (úplne)

    English-Slovak dictionary > annihilate

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