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pofta(chef) (sa)mind (to)
a avea chef de cevato have a (great/good) mind to do smth.; to be in a mood for smth.; (fam.) to feel like (cu -ing) smth.; to be in tune for doing smth.; (fam.) to fall in tune to do smth.; to be in a mood for smth.; (fam.) to feel in tune to do smth.
a avea poftă de mâncareto eat well.
a deştepta poftato sharpen/to whet the appetite.
a face un chefto have a booze; to carouse; to make a carousal; (fam.) înv. to crook the elbow; (fam.) to elevate the
a mânca cu poftăto eat heartily/with relish; to make a good dinner of it; to play a good knife and fork; to cut and come again.
a nu avea chef(fam.) to be out of sorts.
a nu avea chef de cevato feel/to be loath/unwilling to do smth.; (fam.) to have no stomach for smth.; to have no mind to do smth.
a nu avea poftă de cevato have no stomach for smth.
a nu avea poftă de nimicto be out of sorts; v. şi ~ chef ~.
a nu avea poftă să facă cevato be undesirous of doing smth.
a nu prea avea chef de...(fam.) to have little disposition/inclination to...; not feel like (cu -ing.).
a tăia cuiva pofta de cevato discourage smb. from smth.; to put smb. out of conceit with smth.; to put smb. off; ~ de a (mai) face ceva to put smb. off doing smth.; fig. to pour cold water on smb.
a trage un chef(fam.) to be on the booze; to make good cheer; (fam.) to go on a bat/the batter; (pop.) to go on the bend; amer. to whoop things up.
a-i fi poftă have a taste/a fancy/a liking for...; to be in the humour/the mood/the vein for... a fi o povară pentru cineva to be a drag on smb.; to be a tax on smb.
a-i fi poftă să have a mind/a desire/a wish to...; to feel like (cu -ing).
a-i veni cheful/gândul/ideea/pofta să...; i-a venit ~the fancy took him to...; he felt like... (cu -ing).
a-i veni pofta să have a mind/a desire/a wish to...; v. şi ~ gust de...
am chef săI feel like
am mâncat cu poftăI made a good dinner of it.
când îi vine cheful/gustul/pofta/vin hachiţele(fam.) when the humour/fit takes him; (fam.) when the fly stings; when(ever) he is in the mood; when the maggot bites him.
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