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Dictionary English Czech: is better off

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VERB  to be better off | was/were better off | been better off
being better off | is better off
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přís. Half a loaf is better than no bread.Lepší něco než nic.
přís. Better late than never.Lepší pozdě než-li vůbec.
přís. Two heads are better then one.Víc hlav víc ví.
off {adv}pryč
Unverified to cut offodřezávat [nedok.]
Unverified to cut offodříznout [dok.]
Unverified to cut offuřezávat [nedok.]
Unverified to cut offuříznout [dok.]
to take offvzlétnout [dok.]
to turn offvypnout [dok.]
day off {noun}den {m} volna
take-off {noun}odlet {m}
take-off {noun}vzlet {m}
there isexistuje
to peel offodlepovat se [nedok.]
to show offchlubit (se) [nedok.]
to switch offvypnout [dok.] [spotřebič]
to take off [to remove]oddálit [dok.]
to get laid offbýt propuštěn
off-peak electricity {noun}noční proud {m}
sb./sth. isje
to call off [cancel, postpone]odvolat [dok.]
to get off [a vehicle]vystoupit [dok.]
to send off [dispatch, post]odesílat [nedok.]
to send off [dispatch, post]odeslat [dok.]
to take off [clothes]svléknout se [dok.]
přís. Love is blind.Láska je slepá.
that is <id est, i.e.>tedy
Is it reasonable?Mají tam rozumné ceny?
přís. Less is more.Méně je někdy více.
He is doing well. se dobře.
idiom The die is cast.Kostky jsou vrženy.
What is the matter?Co se děje?
What time is it?Kolik je hodin?
to get off the trackodbočit od tématu [dok.]
to take a day offvzít si den volna [dok.]
an hour before take-offhodina před odletem {f}
The house is haunted.V tom domě straší.
přís. Tomorrow is another day.Zítra je taky den.
What is your opinion?Co si o tom myslíte?
Is there such a thing?Je tam něco takového?
This is not your business.To není tvoje starost.
to drop sb. off [from a vehicle]vysadit k-o [z auta] [dok.]
přís. A nod is as good as a wink.Chytrému napověz, hloupého trkni.
přís. A penny saved is i penny gainedKdo šetří, za tři.
přís. A word to the wise is sufficient.Chytrému napověz, hloupého kopni.
It is a matter of hours.Je to jen otázka několika hodin.
What I'm trying to say is ...Co se pokouším říct, je ...
přís. All that glitters is not a gold.Není všechno zlato, co se třpytí.
My name is Frank.Jmenuji se Frank.
přís. Fire is a good servant but a bad master.Oheň je dobrý sluha, ale špatný pán.
přís. A bird in hand is worth two in the bush.Lepší vrabec v hrsti než-li holub na střeše.
 
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