bone

bone
[bəun] 1. noun
1) (the hard substance forming the skeleton of man, animals etc: Bone decays far more slowly than flesh.) kost
2) (a piece of this substance: She broke two of the bones in her foot.) kost
2. verb
(to take the bones out of (fish etc).) razkostiti
- bone china
- bone idle
- a bone of contention
- have a bone to pick with someone
- have a bone to pick with
- to the bone
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I [boun]
noun
kost, srt, koščica; plural okostje; colloquially plural kocke, kockanje; kastanjete; slang študent, ki počasi študira; American slang dolar
a bag of bones — kost in koža, suh ko trlica
bred in the bone — prirojen, v krvi
to cast (in) a bone between — povzročati nesoglasje, ščuvati
chilled to the bone — popolnoma premražen
bone of contention — kamen spotike
to cut to the bone — do skrajnosti omejiti
devil's bones — kocke
to feel in one's bones — slutiti, biti prepričan
funny ( —ali crazy) bone — za udarec občutljivo mesto na komolcu
to go down on one's bones — na kolenih prositi za odpuščanje
to make no bones about ( —ali of) — ne delati težav zaradi, odkrito priznati
to make old bones — doseči visoko starost
to have a bone to pick with s.o. — imeti s kom račune; ošteti koga
to have no bones about — ne se pomišljati
hard words break no bones — strogost ne škoduje, beseda ni konj
to have a bone in one's arm ( —ali leg) — biti na smrt utrujen
to have a bone in one's throat — ne moči spregovoriti
to keep the bones green — biti dobrega zdravja
the nearer the bone the sweeter the flesh ( —ali meat) — na koncu je jed najslajša
to the bone — maksimalno (zreducirati)
II [boun]
transitive verb
obirati kosti; gnojiti s kostno moko; slang izmakniti, krasti; slang guliti se
boned ham — zvita gnjat

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.

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