EUdict dictionary: English - French

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have a good mind to do σαφής dorinţă hutch reao Bundesheer (das) Either learn or leave perso 1. (nemeritat) unjustly; undeservedly; unduly. 2. (samavolnic) arbitrarily; in an arbitrary/ unjust(ified) way. Подъбиче бяло Kotoōshū/Kotoōshū Katsunori/(eigentl.) Kalojan Stefanov Mahljanov (bulg. Sumō-Ringer; 1983–; erster Europäer vom Rang eines Ōzeki) ineffectual upper-class person advocate of collective way of living, member of a communist group or community; advocate of communist ideas, one who supports common ownership of property, of communitarians aut disce aut discede sok 冷凍肉 rebuke 산책하다 gryczany Astronomische Einheit (u.E.) (S, Astron) effect he equaled the wealth of kings in contentment of mind, and at night, returning home, would load his table with unbought dainties (Virgil, said of the husbandman) panauhing tagapagsalita juuboku klokan acanthite either learn or depart تقليد اجتماعي discussion, talk, common talk, conversation, rumor Eragrostis cilianensis Hulb. (E. megastachya Link.) Vlieland stingy i pabazuar, i pathemeltë beide device that receives signals, one who tunes (piano, etc.); something used for tuning; device used in tuning a radio receiver, somebody who tunes instruments step sigøjner How can a small bird (a sparrow, a petty person) understand the aspirations of a great bird (a phoenix), Only a hero can understand a hero ասպարագինազ sermo quarterfinal elastoplastic behaviour alert, not sleeping, arouse feelings, arouse somebody, aware of something, become or make somebody aware, emerge from sleep, not asleep, wake, arouse (someone); be woken up, be aroused (i.e. from sleep) nástěnná deska, topení připevněné na stěně einprägen (v.) hoof part, projecting rock, somebody or something that gives support, support for wall, support or reinforce something, support wall, brace common talk rozpoutat mišić (neut. pl. dat.) Listen TO THESE (orders)