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halfpenny lickinghetata(populara)
(a domoli) to tame smb.; to curb smb.; (a obişnui) to accustom/to inure smb. to smth.; (a învăţa)to teach smb.; to lick smb. into shape.a da pe brazdă pe cineva
(fam.) to lick smb. soundly; to drub smb.; to sandbag smb.; to beat smb. black and blue/bally; to beat/to smash smb. to a mummy/amer. a frazzle/amer. a pulp; (fam.) to beat smb. all the colours of the rainbow; amer. (fam.) to lick the stuffing out of smb.a bate pe cineva măr
fig. (fam.) to lick the platter clean.a şterge bine farfuria
lick(met) a scurge, a (se) strecura
lickscurgere
my hat to a halfpenny; (pop.) il eat my hat!îmi mănânc căciula
not to do a lick of work; nu punea osul la treabă ne never applied his hands to anything.a nu pune osul la treabă
to beat smb. black and blue/(fam.) to a jelly/amer. to a pulp; (fam.) to beat/to lick (the living) tar/hell out of smb.; (fam.) to knock smb. into the middle of next week; to lay (it) on smb.; (fam.) to lay into smb.; sl. şcol. to administer toco (to a boa trage cuiva o bătaie bună/zdravănă
to bite the dust; to bite/to kiss/ to graw the ground; to bite dust/ground/sand; to lick the dust; sl. to go to grass.a muşca ţărâna/ţărână
to kiss the ground; fig. (a fi învins) to lick the dust.a săruta pământul
to licklinge
to lickmasura(a bate)(a bate)
to lickscarpina(a bate)
to lickunge(a bate)
to lick (smth.) up.a mistui în întregime (d. flăcări etc.)
to lick into shapemustrului(a mustra)
to lick smth. up.a linge tot
to lick soundlymardi(a bate) argou
to lick soundlymelita
to lick uplinge(o mincare)
to wish smb. a happy New Year; to pommel; to drub; to lick; while touching him lightly with the sorcovasorcovi
toad eater; lick spittle; adulatoradulator
toad-eater; sponger; lick-spittle.linge blide
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