|(d. reumatism, durere) to get on in the back.||a-l ţine în spate|
|(fam.) claw me and l will claw thee; scratch my back and I’ll scratch yours; roll my log and I’ll roll yours; turn for turn; prov. one good turn deserves another.||serviciu contra serviciu|
|(fam.) money burns his fingers/burns a hole in his pocket.||nu ţin banii la el!|
|(fam.) not to be worth a farthing/a rush/a penny/a curse/an old song/a fig/a jigger/a leek/a fillip/a pin/a damn/a rap/a hill/a bean/amer. a red cent; (fam.) not to be fit for the dust-hole; (fam.) not to amount to a row of beans; sl. to cut no ice.||a nu face o ceapă degerată|
|(fam.) to put smb. in a hole; to lead smb. a dance; amer. (fam.) to get/to have the deadwood on smb.; to have got smb. by the leg.||a pune pe cineva într-o situaţie grea/dificilă/ neplăcută|
|(fam.) to take a back-seat.||a se trezi împins pe ultimul plan|
|(fam.) to wear a button-hole.||a purta (o) floare la butonieră|
|(it was) before; back in its place.||la loc as|
|(mere) hovel, hole; so many men, so many minds||bordei(casa saracacioasa)|
|1. (comutativ) in exchange; in return. 2. (adversativ) on the other hand, but then. 3. com. (în contrapartidă) in exchange/barter; in counter-trade; in buy back.||în schimb|
|1. as early as (in); as far back as (in); yet in (the 17th century, etc.) 2. (până acum) amer. way back in...; ever since (the 23rd of August).||încă de la; încă din...|
|1. at the back; the back way. 2. at/in the rear.||pe dinapoi|
|1. to descend/to be descended from; to go back to...; to come of...; 2. (ca loc) to come/to hail from...; to be a native of... 3. to derive from.||a se trage din.../de la...|
|1. to fall back; to recoil; to step back. 2. fig. to give away/in; to yield; (fam.) / to climb down; to back out of it. 3. (minutarul etc.) to put/to set back.||a da înapoi|
|1. to go hesitatingly; to vacillate; amer. (fam.) to back and fill. 2. fig. to vacillate; to sit on a fence.||a merge când într-o parte când în alta/de colo până colo|
|1. to keep the change/what is left. 2. (intenţionat) to keep back the change.||a păstra restul|
|1. to play badly; to play a loving/a poor game; (fam.) to take back a move. 2. (la teatru) to act badly; (fam.) to play like a stick.||a juca prost|
|1. to slide/to slip/to turn down; to drop. 2. (gulerul) to turn down/back. 3. (borul pălăriei) to turn||a lăsa în jos|
|1. to stay/to remain behind; to hang back/behind; to drop to the rear; mil. (a se-răzleţi) to straggle along. 2. şi fig. to fall/to lag behind; to be behindhand; (cu plata etc.) to fall into arrears. 3. (d. timp) to lose time; (d. ceas) to be slow.||a rămâne în urmă|
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