|make a screwed joint||(mas-un) a asambla o îmbinare în şuruburi, a face o asamblare cu şuruburi|
|(as) clear as the sun at noon-day; (as) clear as that two and two make(s) four; crystal-clear; as clear/clean as a whistle/as crystal. (fam.) it is as plain as a pikestaff/as plain as can be/ as plain as daylight/as plain as the nose on your face.||limpede ca lumina zilei|
|(cu dat.) /rostul (cu gen.) to make sense of...;to get wind of...||a da de rost|
|(cu dat.) not to attach importance to; (unui lucru) to make little account of.||a nu acorda importanţă|
|(cu gen.) /cu privire la... to speculate on/upon/about...; to make conjectures about...||a face ipoteze asupra|
|(cu gen.) to go/to set out in search of...; to make search after..., to go in quest of...||a porni în căutarea|
|(cu gen.) to wage/to levy/to make war against...||a duce război împotriva|
|(d. păsări, animale) to make a pounce on smth.; to pounce on smth.||a se repezi asupra prăzii|
|(de consum etc.) to make a reduction on an article.||a face o reducere la un articol|
|(fam.) (a batjocori) to make fun of smb.; (fam.) amer. înv. m to guy the life out of smb.||a da în tărbacă pe cineva|
|(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.) aprox. to make smb. bleed (freely).||a atinge pe cineva la pungă|
|(fam.) aprox. to take in; (fam.) to diddle; to do Taffy; to fool; to make a fool of; (fam.) to put off with fine words; (pe cineva) (fam.) to hand smb. a lemon; (fam.) o bad smb. up the garden(-path); to get the better end of smb.; înv. to sell smb. a bar||a duce cu preşul/vorba/zăhărelul|
|(fam.) argou to make oneself scarce.||a o întinde repede|
|(fam.) get a move on! Come on! now then! look lively! bustle! go away! look alive/amer. sharp! make it snappy! get on the ball! stir your||mişcă(-te) (ceva mai repede)|
|(fam.) I will neither meddle nor make with him.||nu vreau să am nici în clin, nici în mânecă cu el|
|(fam.) make an effort!||trezeşte-ţe la realitate|
|(fam.) much ado about nothing; the game is hardly worth the candle; great boast little roast; much cry and little wool; much bran and little meal; ot worth powder and shot; the devil rides on a fiddlestick; to make a long harvest about/for a little coin;||mai mare daraua decât ocaua/iacaua|
|(fam.) not to make two bites at a cherry.||a merge înainte fără ezitare/ezitări/şovăială|
|(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 trage un chef|
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