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rooted to the ground/the spot.ţintuit locului
(d. cal) to paw the ground.a juca pe loc
(down) on the groundjos(pe pamint)
(fam.) hard up (for money); pushed/pressed for money; out of cash; in a tight spot; in a nice fix.în pană de bani
(fam.) to suit smb. down to the ground/amer. from the ground up.a-i veni la socoteală
(fam.) to wipe the floor/the ground with smb.a da de-a dura pe cineva
(fam.) up a tree; in a nice fix; in a pretty puddle; in a tight spot.în bucluc
(ground) augerburghiu(mare)
(ground) augersfredel(mare)
(piece of) ground; plot of landteren
(turnip-rooted) celeryachiu
1. (direct) direct; straight away; (fam.) in a beeline. 2. (pe loc) directly; on the spot; forthwith; at once. 3. (pur şi simplu) simply; downright.de-a dreptul
1. (pe cineva) to strike/to stretch/to fell smb. to the ground; to knock smb. down; to floor smb.; (a ucide) to kill smb.; (fam.) to do smb. for/in. 2.a culca la pământ
1. on the ground floor; downstairs 2. (la personalul de serviciu) below stairs.la parter
1. on the spot; stopping dead. 2. (pe dată) there and then; then and there; on the spot/the nail/the instant; off hand; at once; presently; suddenly; right/ straight off; straightaway; at one jump.pe loc
1. teatru in the middle ground; up-stage. 2. on a second(ary) planepe planul al doilea
1. thoroughly; completely; utterly. 2. to the very ground/foundations.până în temelie
1. to explore the ground. 2. fig. to see how the land lies; to feel out a situation; to feel the ground/the pulse; to feel out the situation; (fam.) to put/ to send/to throw out a feeler.a sonda terenul
1. to fall to the ground. 2. fig. to be dead tired; to be ready to drop; (fam.) înv. to go full tear.a da în brânci
a spot of luck; one good break.un dram de noroc
above-groundde suprafaţă; (de) pe sol; la suprafaţă, suprateran, aerian
accident; <~ de teren>accident of the ground; <~ de teren>inequality of the soil; <~ de teren pl.>rise and fall of the ground; <~ de teren, pl.>undulations of the ground; <~ de teren pl.>unevenness; <~ de tren>train/railway accident; to meeaccident
agriculture; farming; rural economy; husbandry; culture of the ground; <~ mecanizata>mechanized agriculture; <~ socialista>socialist agriculture; the Board of Agriculture; socialist transforagricultura
alive; living; (fam.) above ground.în viaţă
amer. (fam.) to get oneself into a spot; (d. călăreţi) to get pounded.a se vârî (singur) într-o încurcătură
among the quick; (fam.) above ground; alive (and kicking); înv. in the land of the living.în lumea celor vii
anchor ground(nav) ancoraj
appreciably; palpably; considerably; tender heart; man of active sympathies; tender spot; sore point; callous; impervious (to); sensitive ear; to appeal to the emotionsensibil
arcing grounddescărcare prin arc la pământ
area; threshing floor/groundarie
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