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Results for: to accept the fact that; to habituate oneself/to get used to the idea/the thought that/of.Translations: 130 / 996
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to accept the fact that; to habituate oneself/to get used to the idea/the thought that/of.a se împăca cu ideea că /de a
(as) quick as lightning/throught; at/with lightning speed; like a streak of lightning; as swift as thought(s)/dreams/an arrow; like the wind.iute ca fulgerul/gândul/săgeata/vântul
(cu gen.) to give oneself up to...; to abandon oneself to...; to indulge in...; to let oneself go with...a se lăsa în voie
(de ceva...) not to have the slightest idea/the faintest notion (of...); not to know the first thing (of...); to be witless (of...); to take no thought (of...).a nu avea habar
(fam.) 1. to make/to manage/to contrive it; to shift/to fend for oneself. 2. to extricate oneself from a ...; to make a hairbreadth escape.a ieşi la vopsea
(fam.) argou to make oneself scarce.a o întinde repede
(fam.) is that so? is that a fact? is it true? are you sure? are you serious/in earnest? do you actually mean it? really? indeed? zău aşa! (pop.) t. (pe cuvânt) upon my word! honour bright! (fam.) gee whig! (fam.) as I live by bread! (fam.) my wig!... andzău? (serios?)
(fam.) not to have a penny (piece) to bless oneself with; (fam.) to be on the rocks; (fam.) to be broke; to have an empty purse; (fam.) not to have a bean.a nu avea un ban
(fam.) persoană (fam.) one cannot hear oneself speak se poate înţelege om cu om
(fam.) to forget oneself.a uita de sine (însuşi)
(fam.) to get oneself in a nice fix; sl. to come/ to go a howler.a rupe cuiul
(fam.) to keep (oneself) in the background; (ascuns) to keep dark.a rămâne în umbră
(fam.) to load oneself up with luggage.a se încărca de bagaje
(fam.) to make an exhibition of oneself.a se purta sub orice critică
(fam.) to make an exhibition/a show/to make a sight/a spectacle of oneself; (fam.) / to make an ass of oneself; (fam.) to act/to play the (giddy) goat;a se da în spectacol
(fam.) to pull oneself in.a-şi suge burta
(fam.) to run out/short of money; to be penniless/pinched/reduced; (fam.) to be up a tree; not to have a penny to bless oneself with.a rămâne lefter
(fam.) to shift (for oneself); amer. to shirk for oneself.a găsi expediente
(fam.) to sluice oneself down with cold water.a se răcori cu apă
(fam.) to take it easy; not to kill oneself with work; not to overwork oneself.a nu se omorî cu lucrul/munca/treaba
(fam.) to think no small beer of oneself; sl. amer. to think one is the whole cheese.a se socoti buricul pământului
(fam.) to think no small potatoes/beer of oneself; to think oneself the hub of the universe; to have too good an opinion of oneself; to think too much of oneself.a se crede buricul pământului
(legal) title; <~ de noblete>title of nobility; <~ de proprietate>title (deed) of property; <~ la purtator com.>bearer bond; as a ...; to style oneself...titlu(calificatie)
(on the) alert; to be as sober as a judge; to lie awake all night; to keep oneself dry; wakeful state; wakefulness; to be wide awake; totreaz(activ, vioi)
(self-)conceited; self-important; presuming; arrogant; high and mighty; to give oneself airs; to think no small beer of oneselfincrezut
(to allow oneself) to be taken in/to be diddled.a se lăsa amăgit
(well) thought-outchibzuit(gindit)
(well) thought-out; after mature considerationginditorgindit(bine ~)
1. (a ghici) to hit it; to nick; to guess. 2. (a reuşi) to succeed. 3. (a fi) to be; (a se pomeni) to find oneself. 4. (a se întâmpla) to happen.a o nimeri (bine)
1. (a nu mai fi certat cu) see: cu cineva; 2. (a se înţelege cu) see: bine (cu cineva). 3. (d. idei) to agree (with); to chime in with; 4. (a se obişnui cu) to accustom/to habituate oneself to; to get accustomed/used/inured to; v. şi ~ ideea că.a se împăca cu
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