[il] 1. comparative - worse; adjective
1) (not in good health; not well: She was ill for a long time.) bolan
2) (bad: ill health; These pills have no ill effects.) slab
3) (evil or unlucky: ill luck.) zel
2. adverb
(not easily: We could ill afford to lose that money.) težko
3. noun
1) (evil: I would never wish anyone ill.) zlo
2) (trouble: all the ills of this world.) tegobe
- illness
- ill-at-ease
- ill-fated
- ill-feeling
- ill-mannered / ill-bred
- ill-tempered / ill-natured
- ill-treat
- ill-treatment
- ill-use
- ill-will
- be taken ill
* * *
I [il]
slab, zloben, zèl; poguben, škodljiv, zlohoten; neugoden; sovražen, okruten; bolan (of, with)
to do an ill turn to s.o. — škoditi komu
to do s.o. an ill service — napraviti komu medvedjo uslugo
he is ill to please — težko mu je ugoditi
to be taken ( —ali to fall) ill (of, with) — zboleti (za)
with an ill grace — nerad, nevoljno
ill moment — neugoden trenutek
ill wind — neugoden veter
it is an ill wind that blows nobody good — v vsaki stvari je tudi kaj dobrega
ill weeds grow apace — kopriva ne pozebe, plevel dobro uspeva
II [il]
slabo, hudo; težko, komaj
it ill becomes you — ne spodobi se zate
to bear ill — težko kaj prenašati
I can ill afford it — težko si to privoščim
to do s.o. ill — škoditi komu
ill at ease — neprijeten, slab počutek
to fall out ill — spodleteti
to fare ill — ne imeti sreče
ill got, ill spent — kakor pridobljeno, tako izgubljeno
he is ill off — slabo mu gre
to speak (think) ill of s.o. — o nekom slabo govoriti (misliti)
to take ill — zameriti, šteti v zlo
to turn out ill — ponesrečiti se, ne uspeti
it went ill with him — zanj se je slabo izteklo, izkupil jo je
III [il]
zlo, zloba; škoda, nesreča; pokvarjenost; plural tegobe, nesreče
for good or ill — v sreči in nesreči
the ills that flesh is heir to — življenjske tegobe

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.


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