Translation: from english

at the back of the shop

  • 1 He took all the empties back to the shop

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > He took all the empties back to the shop

  • 2 the

    art определенный артикль Определенный артикль the употребляется перед именами существительными. (1). Для выделения данного предмета, явления или лица из группы однородных предметов, явлений или лиц. (2). Для указания на то, что данный предмет является уникальным, единственном в своем роде: the sun, the moon, the Alps, the White Sea. (3). С именами собственными во множественном числе для обозначения всей семьи: The Browns are coming to tea today — Вся семья Браунов (Брауны) сегодня придут к чаю. (4). Для оформления субстантивации прилагательных и причастий: the deaf — глухие, the wounded — раненые. (5). С названиями народов: the Russians — русские, the French — французы. (6). Для оформления превосходной степени прилагательных. (7). С названиями горных цепей: The Urals, the Ands. (8). Для указания систем обслуживания: How long does it take on the train?; use the phone. (9). С названиями видов искусств: to go to the cinema; to be fond of the opera. (10). С названиями частей света: in/to the north (south, east, west). (11). С названиями больших отрезков времени, эпох: the present (past, future); the Middle Ages, the Stone Age. (12). С названиями музыкальных инструментов: to play the piano, the cello, the violin. (13). С названиями памятников, музеев, библиотек, если в их названии используется имя собственное: the Nelson monument, the Lenin Library. (14). С названиями среды обитания, окружающей Землю: in the air; in the mud; in the rain. (15). С названиями мест профессиональной деятельности: at the baker's. (16). С названиями частей тела (вместо притяжательного местоимения в сочетании с предлогом): in the back, by the hand, by the shoulder. (17). В сочетаниях с прилагательными same, next в тех случаях, когда все словосочетание обозначает событие, относящееся к прошлому, или указывает на порядок следования: on the same day, the next stop, he left the next week. (18). В сочетании с некоторыми существительным: the press, the police, the number. (19). В некоторых фиксированных конструкциях с различными частями речи: the other (в значении другой, второй), on the contrary, quite the contrary, в конструкции to seem + to be + N без определения к этому существительному: he seemed to be the owner of the shop и др.

    English-Russian word troubles > the

  • 3 drive through bottle shop

    drive [draɪv] n
    1) ( act of driving) Fahrt f, Fahren nt;
    to go for a \drive through bottle shop eine [Spazier]fahrt machen;
    to go for a \drive through bottle shop in the new car eine Spritztour mit dem neuen Wagen machen;
    to take sb out for a \drive through bottle shop jdn auf eine Spazierfahrt mitnehmen, mit jdm spazieren fahren
    2) ( distance driven) Fahrt f, [Fahr]strecke f;
    they live a day's \drive through bottle shop north of us sie wohnen eine Tagesfahrt nördlich von uns
    3) ( driveway) Fahrstraße f, Fahrweg m; ( car entrance) Einfahrt f; ( approaching road) Zufahrt[sstraße] f, Zufahrtsweg m; ( to large building) Auffahrt f
    4) no pl mech, tech ( transmission) Antrieb m;
    all-wheel \drive through bottle shop Allradantrieb m;
    front-wheel \drive through bottle shop Vorderradantrieb m, Frontantrieb m; auto Steuerung f, Lenkung f;
    left-/right-hand \drive through bottle shop Links-/Rechtssteuerung f
    5) no pl ( energy) Tatkraft f, Dynamik m, Energie f; psych Trieb m;
    she lacks \drive through bottle shop es fehlt ihr an Elan;
    sex \drive through bottle shop Geschlechts-/Sexualtrieb m, Libido f ( geh)
    to have \drive through bottle shop Schwung [o Elan] haben;
    he has the \drive through bottle shop to succeed mit seiner Energie wird er es schaffen
    6) ( vigorous campaign) Aktion f, Kampagne f;
    to organize a \drive through bottle shop to collect money eine Sammelaktion organisieren;
    economy \drive through bottle shop Sparmaßnahmen fpl;
    to be on an economy \drive through bottle shop Sparmaßnahmen durchführen;
    fund-raising \drive through bottle shop Spenden[sammel]aktion f;
    membership/recruitment \drive through bottle shop Anwerbungskampagne f, Mitgliederwerbeaktion f
    7) tennis, sports ( powerful stroke) Treibschlag m, Treibball m, Drive m
    8) comput Laufwerk nt;
    disk \drive through bottle shop Diskettenlaufwerk nt;
    CD-ROM \drive through bottle shop CD-ROM-Laufwerk nt
    9) agr ( of animals) Treiben nt;
    cattle \drive through bottle shop Viehtrieb m vt <drove, -n>
    to \drive through bottle shop sth car, truck etw fahren; racing car etw steuern; coach etw lenken;
    to \drive through bottle shop an automatic einen Wagen mit Automatik fahren
    to \drive through bottle shop sth etw fahren;
    to \drive through bottle shop a sports car/ Porsche einen Sportwagen/Porsche fahren
    to \drive through bottle shop sb jdn fahren;
    I drove my daughter to school ich fuhr meine Tochter zur Schule
    to \drive through bottle shop an animal mule, ox ein Tier antreiben;
    to be driven from a place aus einem Ort vertrieben werden; ( fig)
    he \drive through bottle shops himself too hard er mutet sich zu viel zu
    5) ( propel)
    to \drive through bottle shop sth somewhere etw irgendwohin treiben;
    the rain was \drive through bottle shopn against the windows by the wind der Wind peitschte den Regen gegen die Fenster
    6) ( cause to become) treiben;
    he \drive through bottle shops me crazy er macht mich wahnsinnig;
    what drove you to do that? was hat Sie dazu gebracht, das zu tun?
    to \drive through bottle shop sb/sth [somewhere] jdn/etw [irgendwohin] treiben;
    the government has \drive through bottle shopn the economy into deep recession die Regierung hat die Wirtschaft in eine tiefe Rezession gestürzt;
    a succession of scandals eventually drove the minister out of office eine Reihe von Skandalen zwang den Minister schließlich zur Amtsniederlegung; ( hum)
    banning boxing would simply \drive through bottle shop the sport underground ein Verbot des Boxsports würde nur dazu führen, dass dieser Sport heimlich weiter betrieben wird;
    to \drive through bottle shop sb to drink jdn zum Trinken bringen;
    to \drive through bottle shop sb to suicide jdn in den Selbstmord treiben;
    to \drive through bottle shop sb to do sth jdn dazu treiben [o bewegen] [o bringen], etw zu tun;
    it was the arguments that drove her to leave home wegen der Streitereien verließ sie schließlich ihr Zuhause
    8) ( render)
    to \drive through bottle shop sb mad [or crazy] [or insane] jdn verrückt machen;
    it's driving me mad! das macht mich nochmal wahnsinnig!;
    to \drive through bottle shop an animal wild ein Tier wild machen;
    to \drive through bottle shop sb wild jdn heißmachen ( fam)
    to \drive through bottle shop sth into sth etw in etw akk schlagen [o treiben];
    to \drive through bottle shop a post into the ground einen Pfosten in den Boden rammen;
    to \drive through bottle shop sth between sth etw mit etw dat spalten;
    to \drive through bottle shop a wedge between two people einen Keil zwischen zwei Menschen treiben
    to \drive through bottle shop sth engine etw antreiben
    to \drive through bottle shop a ball einen Ball treiben
    PHRASES:
    to \drive through bottle shop a hard bargain hart verhandeln;
    you want £2000 for that? you certainly \drive through bottle shop a hard bargain! 2000 Pfund wollen Sie dafür? das ist ja wohl total überzogen! ( fam)
    to \drive through bottle shop a coach and horses through sth etw auseinandernehmen ( fig)
    to \drive through bottle shop one's message [or point] home seinen Standpunkt klarmachen vi <drove, -n>
    1) ( operate vehicle) fahren;
    who was driving at the time of the accident? wer saß zurzeit des Unfalls am Steuer?;
    someone drove into the back of his car yesterday jemand ist ihm gestern hinten ins Auto gefahren;
    to \drive through bottle shop fast/ slowly/ carefully schnell/langsam/vorsichtig fahren;
    to learn to \drive through bottle shop [Auto] fahren lernen, den Führerschein machen
    2) ( travel by automobile) mit dem Auto fahren;
    are you going by train? - no, I'm driving fahren Sie mit dem Zug? - nein, mit dem Auto;
    I always \drive through bottle shop to work ich fahre immer mit dem Auto zur Arbeit;
    to \drive through bottle shop on/ past weiter-/vorbeifahren
    3) ( function) fahren, laufen
    ¿ Kultur?
    Drive through bottle shops gibt es überall in Australien. Oft gehören sie zu Hotels und sehen wie eine offene Garage oder Scheune aus, weshalb man sie auch liquor barns nennt. Man kann mit dem Auto hineinfahren und ohne aussteigen zu müssen, kann man Wein, Bier und Spirituosen kaufen und wird direkt durch das offene Autofenster bedient.

    English-German students dictionary > drive through bottle shop

  • 4 talk

    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) tale
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) snakke
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) tale om
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) snak; drøftelse; diskussion
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) forelæsning
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) sladder
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) tom snak
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop
    * * *
    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) tale
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) snakke
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) tale om
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) snak; drøftelse; diskussion
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) forelæsning
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) sladder
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) tom snak
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Danish dictionary > talk

  • 5 talk

    [tɔːk] 1. n
    ( prepared speech) wykład m; ( non-academic) pogadanka f; ( conversation) rozmowa f; ( gossip) plotki pl

    to give a talkwygłaszać (wygłosić perf) wykład or pogadankę

    2. vi
    ( speak) mówić; ( gossip) gadać (inf); ( chat) rozmawiać

    talking of films, have you seen …? — à propos filmów, czy widziałaś +acc ?

    to talk sb into doing sthnamówić ( perf) kogoś do zrobienia czegoś

    to talk sb out of doing sthwyperswadować ( perf) komuś zrobienie czegoś

    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) rozmawiać, mówić
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) gadać, plotkować
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) rozmawiać o
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) rozmowa
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) wykład
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) gadanina, plotki
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) gadanina
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Polish dictionary > talk

  • 6 mano

    Del verbo manar: ( conjugate manar) \ \
    mano es: \ \
    1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

    manó es: \ \
    3ª persona singular (él/ella/usted) pretérito indicativo
    Multiple Entries: manar     mano
    manar ( conjugate manar) verbo intransitivo to pour
    mano 1 sustantivo femenino 1
    a) (Anat) hand;
    levantar la mano to raise one's hands, put one's hand up; ¡manos arriba! or ¡arriba las manos! hands up!; con la mano en el corazón hand on heart; le hizo adiós con la mano he waved goodbye to her; su carta pasó de mano en mano her letter was passed around; darle la mano a algn ( para saludar) to shake hands with sb, to shake sb's hand; (para ayudar, ser ayudado) to give sb one's hand; me tendió la mano he held out his hand to me; me tomó de la mano she took me by the hand; ir (tomados) de la mano to walk hand in hand; mano de obra labor
    b) (Zool) (de oso, perro) paw;
    ( de mono) hand; (Equ) forefoot, front foot 2 (control, posesión) gen
    manos hands (pl);
    ha cambiado de manos it has changed hands; cayó en manos del enemigo it fell into the hands of the enemy; haré todo lo que esté en mis manos I will do everything in my power; la oportunidad se nos fue de las manos we let the opportunity slip through our fingers; se tomó la justicia por su propia mano he took the law into his own hands 3 ( en fútbol) handball 4 ( del mortero) pestle 5 (de pintura, barniz) coat 6 (Jueg) (vuelta, juego) hand; ( conjunto de cartas) hand; ( jugador):
    soy/eres mano it's my/your lead
    7 ( en locs) hecho a mano handmade; escrito a mano handwritten; tejido a mano handwoven; las tiendas me quedan muy a mano the shops are very close by o near; siempre tengo un diccionario a mano I always keep a dictionary by me; a la mano (AmL) close at hand; de mano hand ( before n); en mano ‹lápiz/copa in hand; agarrar or (esp Esp) coger a algn con las manos en la masa to catch sb red-handed; agarrarle or tomarle la mano a algo (CS fam) to get the hang of sth (colloq); bajo mano on the quiet, on the sly (colloq); con las manos vacías empty-handed; darse la mano ( para saludar) to shake hands; (para cruzar, jugar, etc) to hold hands; echar or dar una mano to give o lend a hand; echar mano a algo (fam) to grab sth; estar/quedar a mano (AmL fam) to be even o quits (colloq); lavarse las manos to wash one's hands; levantarle la mano a algn to raise one's hand to sb; llegar or pasar a las manos to come to blows; pedir la mano de algn to ask for sb's hand in marriage; ser la mano derecha de algn to be sb's right-hand man/woman; tenderle una mano a algn to offer sb a (helping) hand; tener mano dura to have a firm hand; tener mano para algo to be good at sth; traerse algo entre manos to be up to sth (colloq) 8
    a) ( lado) side;
    a mano derecha on the right
    mano 2
    ◊ -na sustantivo masculino, femenino (AmL fam) ( apelativo) buddy (AmE colloq), mate (BrE colloq)

    manar
    I verbo intransitivo to flow [de, from]
    II verbo transitivo to flow with: la cañería está manando agua, the pipe is pouring with water
    mano sustantivo femenino
    1 hand (de animal) forefoot (de perro, gato) paw (de cerdo) trotter
    2 (autoría, estilo) influence: se ve su mano en el asunto, he obviously has a hand in this business
    3 (maña) skill: tiene mucha mano con los niños, he's very good with children
    4 (capa) coat
    dos manos de pintura, two coats of paint
    5 (lado) a mano derecha/izquierda, on the right/left (hand side)
    6 (poder) (usu pl) hand: dejo todo en tus manos, I leave everything in your hands
    está en su mano, it's in his power
    7 (del almirez) pestle
    8 mano de obra, labour (force) Locuciones: a mano, (sin máquina) by hand (asequible) at hand
    a mano alzada, by a show of hands
    a mano armada, armed
    de mano, hand: bolso de mano, hand luggage
    de primera mano, fist-hand
    de segunda mano, second-hand
    echar una mano a alguien, to give sb a hand
    estrechar la mano a alguien, to shake hands with sb
    ¡manos a la obra!, shoulders to the wheel!
    ¡manos arriba!, hands up!
    meter mano, (a un problema) to tackle vulgar to touch up
    pillar a alguien con las manos en la masa, to catch sb red-handed ' mano' also found in these entries: Spanish: A - alzada - alzado - anda - antes - armada - armado - artesanía - atraco - azotar - azote - barrena - caligrafía - canto - chocar - cogerse - cuenco - dar - dedo - dejada - dejado - derecha - echar - esconder - escrita - escrito - estrechar - estrecharse - extender - fastidiarse - freno - fuego - holgazanear - imputar - izquierda - izquierdo - justicia - levantar - literalmente - manca - mancha - manco - motricidad - ortopédica - ortopédico - palma - pañuelo - peldaño - picar - proyectar English: add on - armed robbery - back - bird - bite - blow-dry - brake - brush - by - cart - catapult - chronic - circle - clammy - coat - colour - dip - dip into - extend - finger - first-hand - fit into - gash - give - godforsaken - govern - grip - grope - guitar - hand - hand-held - hand-luggage - handbrake - handmade - handwritten - handy - hankie - hanky - have - heavy-handed - hold - hold on - hold out - hold up - impression - imprint - inch - join - jumble - junk shop

    English-spanish dictionary > mano

  • 7 talk

    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) tala
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) slúðra, kjafta
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) tala um, ræða
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) samræður, spjall
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) fyrirlestur
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) slúður, kjaftasaga
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) snakk, blaður
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Icelandic dictionary > talk

  • 8 talk

    beszámoló, beszédtárgy, beszédtéma, üres beszéd to talk: beszél, beszélget
    * * *
    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) beszél(get)
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) fecseg, pletykál
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) vmiről, vkiről beszél
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) beszélgetés
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) előadás
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) pletyka
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) fecsegés
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Hungarian dictionary > talk

  • 9 talk

    n. konuşma, hoşbeş, sohbet, görüşme, söz, laf, dedikodu, söylenti
    ————————
    v. konuşmak, görüşmek
    * * *
    1. konuş (v.) 2. konuşma (n.)
    * * *
    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) konuşmak
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) dedikodu yapmak
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) tartışmak, konuşmak
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) konuşma
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) konuşma, konferans
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) dedikodu
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) boş konuşma, lâf
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Turkish dictionary > talk

  • 10 talk

    • pakista
    • pakina
    • pakina esitelmä
    • rupatella
    • tokaista
    • todeta
    • neuvottelu
    • neuvotella
    • hälytä
    • häly
    • hälistä
    • jaaritus
    • jaaritella
    • jutteluhetki
    • juoruta
    • jutustella
    • jutella
    • juttelu
    • juoru
    • turista
    • vastata
    • virkkaa
    • deklamoida
    • esitelmä
    • puhelu
    • puheenaihe
    • puhutella
    • puhella
    • puhua
    • pukahtaa
    • puhe
    • pälpättää
    • keskustella (puhua)
    • keskustella
    • keskustelu
    • haastaa
    • haastella
    • sanoa
    • mainita
    • tarinoida
    • lausua
    • luento
    * * *
    to:k 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) puhua
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) juoruta
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) keskustella jostakin
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) keskustelu
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) luento
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) juoruilu
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) suunpieksäntä
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Finnish dictionary > talk

  • 11 talk

    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) kalbėti(s), šnekėti(s)
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) apkalbinėti, kalbėti
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) kalbėti apie
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) pokalbis, derybos
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) paskaita, pokalbis
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) apkalbos
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) kalbos
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > talk

  • 12 talk

    n. samtal; pratstund; snack, skvaller; förhandlingar; föredrag
    --------
    v. tala; uttrycka
    * * *
    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) tala, prata
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) prata, skvallra
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) tala (prata) om
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) pratstund, samtal
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) föredrag
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) skvaller
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) prat, snack
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Swedish dictionary > talk

  • 13 talk

    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) a vorbi
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) a bârfi
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) a discuta
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) discuţie
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) prelegere
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) bârfă
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) vorbe-n vânt
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Romanian dictionary > talk

  • 14 talk

    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) μιλώ
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) κουβεντιάζω, κουτσομπολεύω
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) συζητώ
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) συζήτηση, κουβέντα/ συνομιλία
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) ομιλία
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) κουτσομπολιό
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) λόγια
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Greek dictionary > talk

  • 15 talk

    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) 談話
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) 說閑話
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) 談論
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) 談話
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) 演講
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) 閑話
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) 空談
    - talking book
    - talking head
    - talking-point
    - talk show
    - talking-to
    - talk back
    - talk big
    - talk down to
    - talk someone into / out of doing
    - talk into / out of doing
    - talk someone into / out of
    - talk into / out of
    - talk over
    - talk round
    - talk sense/nonsense
    - talk shop

    English-Chinese(Traditional) Dictionary > talk

  • 16 talk

    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) parler
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) commérer
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) parler, discuter de
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) discussion
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) exposé
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) commérages
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) paroles en l'air
    - talking book - talking head - talking-point - talk show - talking-to - talk back - talk big - talk down to - talk someone into / out of doing - talk into / out of doing - talk someone into / out of - talk into / out of - talk over - talk round - talk sense/nonsense - talk shop

    English-French dictionary > talk

  • 17 talk

    [to:k] 1. verb
    1) (to speak; to have a conversation or discussion: We talked about it for hours; My parrot can talk (= imitate human speech).) falar
    2) (to gossip: You can't stay here - people will talk!) falar, comentar
    3) (to talk about: They spent the whole time talking philosophy.) discutir
    2. noun
    1) ((sometimes in plural) a conversation or discussion: We had a long talk about it; The Prime Ministers met for talks on their countries' economic problems.) discussão
    2) (a lecture: The doctor gave us a talk on family health.) conferência
    3) (gossip: Her behaviour causes a lot of talk among the neighbours.) comentário, falatório
    4) (useless discussion; statements of things a person says he will do but which will never actually be done: There's too much talk and not enough action.) falação
    - talking book - talking head - talking-point - talk show - talking-to - talk back - talk big - talk down to - talk someone into / out of doing - talk into / out of doing - talk someone into / out of - talk into / out of - talk over - talk round - talk sense/nonsense - talk shop

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > talk

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