wild

wild
adjective
1) ((of animals) not tamed: wolves and other wild animals.) divji
2) ((of land) not cultivated.) divji
3) (uncivilized or lawless; savage: wild tribes.) divji
4) (very stormy; violent: a wild night at sea; a wild rage.) divji
5) (mad, crazy, insane etc: wild with hunger; wild with anxiety.) blazen
6) (rash: a wild hope.) divji
7) (not accurate or reliable: a wild guess.) na slepo
8) (very angry.) divji
- wildness
- wildfire: spread like wildfire
- wildfowl
- wild-goose chase
- wildlife
- in the wild
- the wilds
- the Wild West
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I [wáild]
1.
adjective (wildly adverb)
divji, neukročen, neudomačen; neciviliziran, barbarski, neizobražen; plašen, plah, plašljiv (divjačina); neobljuden, pust, neobdelan (zemlja); neurejen, zmršen, skuštran (lasje); neobrzdan, razuzdan; svojeglav; figuratively razburjen, besen; buren, silovit; brezumen, nor, strasten; slučajen, naključen, nesmotrn, nepremišljen; colloquially hlepeč po, divji (nor) na
a wild guess — čisto, golo ugibanje
wild honey — divji, gozdni med
a wild life — divje, razuzdano življenje
wild pain — divja, blazna bolečina
wild orgies — divje orgije
a wild shot — strel na slepo (tjavdan)
in wild — disorder v divjem neredu
wild with fear — brezumen (nor) od strahu
to drive s.o. wild — spraviti koga v besnost, razbesniti koga
the horses were wild to start — konji so nestrpno čakali na start
to settle down after a wild youth — umiriti se po vihravi mladosti;
2.
adverb
divje; nepremišljeno, brez glave; nesmotrno, tjavdan
to run wild — divje rasti, figuratively rasti brez nadzora
to shoot wild — streljati na slepo, brez cilja
to talk wild — zmedeno govoriti
II [wáild]
noun
divjina; (peščena) pustinja, puščava; neobdelana zemlja
the call of the wild — klic divjine

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.

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