Translation: from english

bolt from the blue

  • 1 bolt from the blue

    onverwachtse en schokkende verrassing of gebeurtenis (bv. "She had been working in the company for twenty years, so when she quit, it must have felt like a bolt from the blue")

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  • 2 bolt from the blue

    Универсальный англо-русский словарь > bolt from the blue

  • 3 bolt from the blue

    נפל כרעם ביום בהיר, אירוע או הפתעה לא צפויים ומזעזעים
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    םיעזעזמו םייופצ אל העתפה וא עוריא,ריהב םויב םערכ לפנ

    English-Hebrew dictionary > bolt from the blue

  • 4 bolt from the blue

    kejadian yg tak terduga & tiba2
    * * *
    kejutan
    * * *
    kejadian yang tak terduga & tiba2

    English-Indonesian dictionary > bolt from the blue

  • 5 bolt from the blue

    สายฟ้า

    English - Thai dictionary > bolt from the blue

  • 6 bolt from the blue

    zibens no skaidrām debesīm

    English-Latvian dictionary > bolt from the blue

  • 7 bolt from the blue

    гром од ведро небо

    English-Macedonian dictionary > bolt from the blue

  • 8 bolt\ from\ the\ blue

    English-Estonian dictionary > bolt\ from\ the\ blue

  • 9 bolt\ from\ the\ blue

    English-Hungarian dictionary > bolt\ from\ the\ blue

  • 10 bolt from the blue

    гром среди́ я́сного не́ба

    The Americanisms. English-Russian dictionary. > bolt from the blue

  • 11 bolt from the blue

    青天の霹靂(例えば”彼女は20年間ずっと会社で働いているので彼女が辞めたら青天の霹靂であろう”)

    English-Japanese new dictionary > bolt from the blue

  • 12 bolt

    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) slå
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) nagle
    3) (a flash of lightning.) lyn
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) rulle
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) bolte; skyde slåen for
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) sluge
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) styrte afsted
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue
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    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) slå
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) nagle
    3) (a flash of lightning.) lyn
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) rulle
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) bolte; skyde slåen for
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) sluge
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) styrte afsted
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

    English-Danish dictionary > bolt

  • 13 bolt

    [bəult] 1. n
    ( lock) zasuwa f, rygiel m; ( with nut) śruba f; ( of lightning) piorun m
    2. vt
    door ryglować (zaryglować perf); food połykać (połknąć perf) ( nie żując)
    3. vi
    person pędzić (popędzić perf); horse ponosić (ponieść perf)
    4. adv
    * * *
    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) zasuwka
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) nakrętka
    3) (a flash of lightning.) piorun
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) sztuka, bela
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) zaryglować
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) łykać
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) wyrwać
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

    English-Polish dictionary > bolt

  • 14 bolt

    villámcsapás, tolózár, závárzat, rigli, futás to bolt: elreteszel, mulaszt, csapszeggel megerősít, rostál
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    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) tolózár
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) (anyás)csavar
    3) (a flash of lightning.) villámcsapás
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) egy vég (vászon)
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) elreteszel
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) bekap
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) elrohan
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

    English-Hungarian dictionary > bolt

  • 15 bolt

    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) ză­vor
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) şurub, bolţ
    3) (a flash of lightning.) fulger
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) rulou, cupon
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) a zăvorî
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) a înghiţi (pe nemestecate)
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) a o lua la goană
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

    English-Romanian dictionary > bolt

  • 16 bolt

    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) hurðar-/renniloka
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) (ró)bolti
    3) (a flash of lightning.) elding
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) strangi
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) skjóta loku fyrir, loka
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) háma í sig
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) skjótast
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

    English-Icelandic dictionary > bolt

  • 17 bolt

    n. cıvata; sürgü; kısa ok; yıldırım; fırlama; kaçış, kaçınma; top (kumaş vb.); kilit dili
    ————————
    v. sürgülemek, tıkınmak; çiğnemeden yutmak; fırlamak, kaçmak, tüymek, çekilmek (partiden), elemek, süzmek, tülbentten geçirmek
    * * *
    1. cıvata 2. cıvata ile tuttur (v.) 3. cıvata (n.)
    * * *
    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) sürgü, kol demiri
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) cıvata
    3) (a flash of lightning.) yıldırım
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) top
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) sürgülemek
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) çiğnemeden yutmak
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) ok gibi fırlamak
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

    English-Turkish dictionary > bolt

  • 18 bolt

    textile industry
    • pakka
    • panna kiinni
    • panna lukkoon
    • paeta
    • rynnätä
    • tukkia
    • nielaista
    • nuoli
    • tutkia
    • hotkaista
    • hotkia
    • vauhkoontua
    • vasama
    • villiintyä
    • villiytyä
    • erotella
    • ahmia
    • ahmaista
    • ummistaa
    • valikoida
    • pultata
    • pultittaa
    technology
    • pultti
    • pölli
    • riehaantua
    • teljetä
    technology
    • telki
    • kieli
    • kiinnittää pulteilla
    • livistää
    • haka
    • mutteriruuvi
    • mässäillä
    • salvata
    • salama
    • salpa
    • seuloa
    • sulkea
    • syöksähtää
    • syöksyä pois
    • pillastua
    • lukita
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    boult 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) salpa
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) pultti
    3) (a flash of lightning.) salama
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) pakka
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) salvata
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) hotkaista
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) pillastua
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

    English-Finnish dictionary > bolt

  • 19 bolt

    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) sklendė
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) varžtas
    3) (a flash of lightning.) žaibas
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) rietimas
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) užsklęsti
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) ryti, gurkti
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) leistis bėgti, mestis
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > bolt

  • 20 bolt

    adv. plötsligt; fullständigt
    --------
    n. regel, låskolv; skruv; åskvigg; pil; tygrulle; rymning, flykt
    --------
    v. skruva; regla; stänga in, stänga ute; rusa iväg, fly; kasta i sig, sluka
    * * *
    [boult] 1. noun
    1) (a bar to fasten a door etc: We have a bolt as well as a lock on the door.) regel
    2) (a round bar of metal, often with a screw thread for a nut: nuts and bolts.) bult
    3) (a flash of lightning.) åskvigg
    4) (a roll (of cloth): a bolt of silk.) rulle tyg, tygpacke
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bolt: He bolted the door.) regla
    2) (to swallow hastily: The child bolted her food.) kasta i sig, sluka
    3) (to go away very fast: The horse bolted in terror.) rusa [], skena
    - bolt-upright
    - boltupright
    - a bolt from the blue

    English-Swedish dictionary > bolt

Look at other dictionaries:

  • bolt from the blue — If something happens unexpectedly and suddenly, it is a bolt from the blue …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • bolt from the blue — {n. phr.} Something sudden and unexpected; an event that you did not see coming; a great and usually unpleasant surprise; shock. * /We had been sure she was in Chicago, so her sudden appearance was a bolt from the blue./ * /His decision to resign …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • bolt from the blue — {n. phr.} Something sudden and unexpected; an event that you did not see coming; a great and usually unpleasant surprise; shock. * /We had been sure she was in Chicago, so her sudden appearance was a bolt from the blue./ * /His decision to resign …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Bolt from the blue — For the athlete referred to by the same name, see Usain Bolt A bolt from the blue is a form of lightning that strikes out of an apparently cloudless sky. In fact, it actually originates from the anvil cloud atop a thunderstorm which may be as far …   Wikipedia

  • bolt from the blue —    If something happens unexpectedly and suddenly, it is a bolt from the blue.   (Dorking School Dictionary)    ***    To refer to something as a bolt from the blue means that it happened totally unexpectedly.     The chairman s resignation came… …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • bolt\ from\ the\ blue — n. phr. Something sudden and unexpected; an event that you did not see coming; a great and usually unpleasant surprise; shock. We had been sure she was in Chicago, so her sudden appearance was a bolt from the blue. His decision to resign was a… …   Словарь американских идиом

  • bolt from the blue — unexpected and shocking surprise or event (e.g.: She had been working in the company for twenty years, so when she quit, it must have felt like a bolt from the blue ) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • bolt from the blue — See like a bolt from the blue …   English idioms

  • Bolt from the blue —   If something happens unexpectedly and suddenly, it is a bolt from the blue …   Dictionary of English idioms

  • bolt from the blue — Date: 1907 a complete surprise ; something totally unexpected called also bolt out of the blue …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • bolt from the blue — Etymology: bolt (I) 1. : lightning from a clear sky 2. : a complete and stunning surprise …   Useful english dictionary

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