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Dictionary English Bosnian: introduce sth

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to introduceuvesti
to introducepredstaviti [sv.]
to introducepredstavljati [nesv.]
to introduceuvoditi [nesv.]
May I introduce ...Dozvolite da predstavim ...
something {pron} <sth.>nešto
Unverified to attend sth.prisustvovati
Unverified sth. means ...nešto znači...
Unverified sth. requiresnešto zahtijeva
Unverified to display sth.izložiti (nešto)
Unverified to invest (sth.)ulagati nešto
Unverified to observe sth.posmatrati nešto
to own sth.posjedovati nešto
Unverified to pour sth.sipati nešto
due to sth.zbog
Unverified sb./sth. hasneko ima
Unverified sb./sth. remainsnešto ostaje
sth. wasnešto je bilo
to embrace sth. [include]uključiti nešto
to present sth. [gift]darivati [nesv.]
to present sth. [gift]darovati [sv.]
to present sth. [gift]poklanjati [nesv.]
to present sth. [gift]pokloniti [sv.]
to stand for sth.podržavati nešto
to stand for sth.predstavljati nešto
sb./sth. isnešto/neko je
to encounter sb./sth.sresti nekoga/nešto
Unverified to observe sth. [notice]primijetiti nešto [sv.]
Unverified to submit sth. [deliver, hand in]dostaviti
to insist on sth.insistirati na nečemu
Unverified to speak about sth.o nećemu prićati
to look forward to sth.nešto očekivati
Unverified to hurl sth. [throw with great force]baciti
Unverified to omit sth. [leave blank, unconsidered]nešto izostaviti
dedicated to sb./sth. {adj} {past-p}određen nekome/nečemu
to turn into sth.pretvoriti se u nešto
to look forward to sth.radovati se nečemu
Unverified to take sth. into accountuzeti u račun
Unverified to mind sth. [take into consideration]uzeti u obzir
to inherit (sth. from sb.)[nešto] naslijediti [od nekoga]
to be used to sth.biti naviknut na nešto
to take sth. into accountuzeti nešto u obzir
to spot sb./sth. [catch sight]uočiti nekoga/nešto [sv.]
to be afraid of sb./sth.bojati se nekoga/nečega
Unverified to be proud of sb./sth.ponositi se (nekim, nečim)
Unverified to write to sb. about sth.pisati (nekome u vezi sa nečim)
to be fed up with sth. [coll.]imati pun klinac nečega [razg.]
Unverified to care for sb./sth. [feel concern, be concerned]brinuti se za nekoga/nešto [osjećati brigu, biti zabrinut]
 
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