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Английско-български речник

BETA English-Bulgarian translation for: to come across sb
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Dictionary English Bulgarian: to come across sb

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to come across sb. {verb}срещам случайно нкг. [несв.]
Partial Matches
to come up to sb./sth. {verb}приближавам се към нкг./нщ. [несв.]
Unverified to come on to sb. [to make your sexual interest known to someone] [coll.] {verb}свалян нкг. [разг.] [несв.]
across {adv}оттатък
across {prep}през
to come {verb}идвам
Come on!Хайде!
How come ... ?Как така?
Come on!Хайде де!
to come to be {verb}възниквам
to come out {verb}излиза [книга, CD]
I come from ...Аз съм от ...
пол. to come to power {verb}идвам на власт
a dream come true {noun}сбъдната мечта {ж}
to come onto the scene {verb}излизам на сцената
to come to {verb}идвам отново на себе си [съвземам се]
to come around [esp. Am.] {verb}идвам [несв.] на себе си
to defeat sb. {verb}побеждавам нкг.
to wake sb. {verb}будя нкг
Unverified to stalk sb. {verb}преследвам нкг.
to praise sb. {verb}хваля нкг.
sb. decidesнк. решава
to rebuke sb. {verb}упреквам нкг.
to reward sb. {verb}възнаграждавам нкг.
to hurt sb. {verb}обиждам нкг
to wake sb. up {verb}събуждам нкг.
to remunerate sb. {verb}възнаграждавам нкг. [несв.]
to demean sb. {verb}унижавам нкг. [несв.]
образ. to tutor sb. {verb}обучавам нкг. [несв.]
to deport sb. {verb}изселвам нкг. [несв.]
админ. to question sb. {verb}разпитвам нкг. [несв.]
to seduce sb. {verb}прелъстявам нкг. [несв.]
to offend sb. {verb}обиждам нкг. [несв.]
to insult sb. {verb}обиждам нкг. [несв.]
to insult sb. {verb}оскърбявам нкг. [несв.]
to desert sb. {verb}напускам нкг. [несв.]
to startle sb. {verb}стряскам нкг. [несв.]
Unverified to lure sb. {verb}примамвам нкг. [несв.]
Unverified to goad sb. {verb}предизвиквам нкг. [несв.]
to humiliate sb. {verb}унижавам нкг. [несв.]
to reprimand sb. {verb}порицавам нкг. [несв.]
to reprimand sb. {verb}упреквам нкг. [несв.]
to repremand sb. {verb}укорявам нкг. [несв.]
to disgruntle sb. {verb}разсърдвам нкг. [несв.]
sb. shall[някой] трябва да
to oust sb. {verb}изпъждам нкг. [несв.]
Unverified to bury sb. {verb}погребвам нкг. [несв.]
to impress sb. {verb}впечатлявам нкг. [несв.]
to persuade sb. {verb}убеждавам нкг. [несв.]
to captivate sb. {verb}очаровам нкг. [несв.]
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