|it goes without saying; it is self-understood/a matter of course/a foregone conclusion; it stands to reason; certainly; of course; that needs no saying; sl. it stands/sticks out a mile; yes indeed!||se înţelege de la sine|
|(fam.) (as) cross as a bear (with a sore head); (as) cross as two sticks.||cu draci|
|(fam.) he stands six feet in his stockings.||măsoară şase picioare fără pantofi/tocuri|
|(fam.) he stands the racket (for all others); aprox. pay the fiddler.||turcul plăteşte|
|(fam.) pe de gratis 1. free(ly); free of charge; without (any) payment. 2. (inutil) uselessly; vainly; in vain. 3. (fără motiv) ungroundedly; without (any) reason.||pe degeaba|
|(fam.) to be as plain as a pikestaff/as can be/as (broad) daylight/as the nose on your face; sl. to stick out a mile.||a se vedea cale de o poştă|
|(fam.) to be inside on a matter.||pus la curent amer.|
|(fam.) to keep track of a matter.||a urmări o problemă|
|(fam.) to know the ins and outs of a matter.||a şti toate amănuntele/detaliile unei chestiuni|
|(in exchange) for; <~ chitanta>on receipt; <~ dorintei sale>contrary/in opposition to his wish(es); <~ ratiunii>contrary to reason; <~ vintului>in the teeth of the gale; <~ voinetei mele>against my wish; <~ voinetei mele>in defiance/spite of me; ||contra(in schimbul)|
|(kept) abreast (of events); kept posted; in the know; well up (in a problem); (cu ultimele noutăţi) up to date; knowing all the ropes/knowing the ins and outs of a matter; acquainted (with smth.).||la curent (cu ceva)|
|(with) neither rhyme nor reason.||fără cap, fără picioare|
|1. (a fi searbăd) (fam.) to be dull/flat/stale/poor/tame. 2. (a nu avea rost) (fam.) to have neither rhyme nor reason; (fam.) to be absurd/senseless. 3. (a fi ridicol) (fam.) to be perfectly ridiculous.||a nu avea nici un chichirez|
|1. (de fapt) actually; in fact; as a matter of fact; to all intents and purposes. 2. (în esenţă) at (the) bottom; in all; at the foot of things; in substance. 3. (fundamental) fundamentali/; essentially, basically. în fonduri in funds/(fam.) tin; v. şi în||în fond|
|1. (la urma urmelor) after all; (în fond) at (the) bottom; fundamentally; (în concluzie) in conclusion; (de fapt) as a matter of fact; in (point of) fact. 2. (vorbind în general) generally speaking (în general) in the main; on the whole; when you come to||la (o) adică|
|1. (puţin timp) (for) a short time; for a reason. 2. (la nesfârşit) endlessly; (fam.) till doomsday; (fam.) till the cows come home.||de joi până apoi|
|1. in (point of) fact; as a matter of fact; actually; strictly speaking; in substance; to all intents (and purposes); for that matter; for the matter of that; at (the) bottom. 2. (în definitiv) after all. 3. jur. de facto.||de fapt|
|1. to be of no use on earth/no earthly use; to be useless; to be senseless; to have neither rhyme nor reason; 2. see: un căpătâi.||a nu avea nici o noimă/un rost...|
|1. undoubtedly; unquestionably; without a doubt; certainly; of course. 2. (ai dreptate) right you are. 3. (de fapt) as a matter of fact in (point of) tact.||nimic de spus/zis|
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