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Unverified potući se s nekim [sv.]to have a fight with sb. [physically]
Unverified povezivati [nesv.]to associate sb./sth. with sb./sth.
maltretirati nekoga/nešto [nesv.]to mistreat sb./sth.
Unverified pojuriti za nekim/nečim [sv.]to run after sb./sth.
k {prep}towards
za {prep}towards
ka {prep}towards
prema {prep}towards
u smjerutowards
pravac [razg.]towards
u pravcu [razg.]towards
prema drugimatowards others
Unverified prići [sv.]to come towards
kem. antimon {m} <Sb>antimony <Sb>
imati [nesv.]to have
imati [nesv.]to have got
morati [nesv.]to have to
posjedovati [nesv.]to have got
seksati se [nesv.]to have sex
Imate li ... ?Do you have ... ? [formal]
Unverified Nemam pojma.I have no idea.
Nemam pojma.I have no clue.
raniti nekogato wound sb.
opozvati nekogato withdraw sb.
dosađivati nekometo annoy sb.
probuditi nekogato wake sb.
povrijediti nekogato hurt sb.
probuditi nekogato wake sb. up
gnjaviti nekoga [pren.]to annoy sb.
Unverified razljutiti nekoga [sv.]to annoy sb.
Unverified opsovati nekoga [sv.]to call sb. names [insult sb. verbally]
Unverified upucati nekoga [sv.] [ubiti iz vatrenog oružja]to shoot sb. [fatally]
nešto {pron}something <sth.>
Unverified nekaj {pron} [zagor.]something <sth.>
Unverified napustiti [sv.]to vacate sth.
posjedovati neštoto own sth.
Unverified podnijeti [sv.]to submit sth. [deliver]
Unverified nadopunjavati [nesv.] neštoto supplement sth.
Unverified nadopuniti [sv.] neštoto supplement sth.
Unverified nadopuniti [sv.] neštoto complete sth.
Unverified nadopunjavati [nesv.] neštoto complete sth.
inzistirati na nečemuto insist on sth.
ustrajati na nečemuto insist on sth.
Unverified oduzeti nešto [sv.]to take sth. away
radovati se nečemuto look forward to sth.
veseliti se nečemuto look forward to sth.
sudjelovati u nečemuto take part in 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]
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