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Unverified nabaviti [sv.]to acquire
zanimanje {n}interest
fin. kamata {f}interest
interes {m}interest
fin. kamatna stopa {f}interest rate
sudjelovati u nečemuto take part in sth.
kem. Unverified indij {m} <In>indium <In>
Unverified nemogući {adj}an impossible
prisegnuti [sv.]to take an oath
ispostaviti računto issue an invoice
izdati fakturuto issue an invoice
ispostaviti fakturuto issue an invoice
izdati računto issue an invoice
nešto {pron}something <sth.>
Unverified nekaj {pron} [zagor.]something <sth.>
posjedovati neštoto own sth.
Unverified napustiti [sv.]to vacate sth.
Unverified podnijeti [sv.]to submit sth. [deliver]
Unverified oduzeti nešto [sv.]to take sth. away
ustrajati na nečemuto insist on sth.
inzistirati na nečemuto insist on sth.
veseliti se nečemuto look forward to sth.
Unverified maltretirati nekoga/nešto [nesv.]to mistreat sb./sth.
radovati se nečemuto look forward to sth.
Unverified pojuriti za nekim/nečim [sv.]to run after sb./sth.
idiom uzeti nešto zdravo za gotovoto take sth. for granted
Unverified odviknuti se (od) nečega [sv.]to give up sth. [habit, addiction, vice]
Unverified iznijeti nešto u javnost [sv.]to go public with sth. [to make sth. publicly known]
Unverified prokockati nešto [sv.] [priliku, vjerodostojnost, novac, imovinu itd.]to squander sth. [opportunity, credibility, money, property etc.]
Unverified povezivati [nesv.]to associate sb./sth. with sb./sth.
za {prep}in
u {prep}in
Unverified u {prep}in a
Unverified u {prep}in the
ispred {prep}in front
Naprijed!Come in!
Unverified Slobodno!Come in!
zaljubljen {adj}in love
Unverified Uđite!Come in!
ukupno {adv}in total
sveukupno {adv}in all
općenito {adv}in general
zauzvrat {adv}in return
sveukupno {adv}in total
uzalud {adv}in vain
nasamo {adv}in private
nipošto {adv}in no case
Uđi!Come in! [informal]
u opasnostiin danger
uvečer {adv}in the evening
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