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  • 1 league

    I. n левга (мярка за дължина)
    land/statute LEAGUE статутна левга (4,83 км)
    marine LEAGUE морска левга (5,56 км)
    II. 1. лига, съюз
    the LEAGUE of Nations ист. Oбществото на народите
    2. сп. лига, група спортни клубове/отбори, състезаващи се помежду си
    3. категория, класа
    in the big LEAGUE от висока класа (и прен.)
    III. v съюзявам се, обединявам (се), образувам лига/съюз
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    {li:g} n левга (мярка за дължина); land/statute league статутна лев(2) {li:g} n 1. лига, съюз; the L. of Nations ист. Oбществото {3} {li:g} v сыозявам се; обединявам (се); образувам лига/съюз
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    съюз; съюзявам; лига;
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    1. i. n левга (мярка за дължина) 2. ii. лига, съюз 3. iii. v съюзявам се, обединявам (се), образувам лига/съюз 4. in the big league от висока класа (и прен.) 5. land/statute league статутна левга (4,83 км) 6. marine league морска левга (5,56 км) 7. the league of nations ист. oбществото на народите 8. категория, класа 9. сп. лига, група спортни клубове/отбори, състезаващи се помежду си
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    league I. n лига, съюз; to be in \league with неодобр. съюзе́н съм с; the L. of Nations ист. Обществото на народите; the L. matches ам. мачове от професионалната лига; the big \league елита, върхушката (за представители на някаква професия); II. v съюзявам (се); образувам съюз ( together with) ; III. league [li:g] n ист. левга (мярка за дължина); land ( statute) \league = 4,83 км; marine \league = 5,56 км.

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