1. G

    English to Greek mindfulness

    νοοσυγκρότηση mindfulness /ˈmʌɪn(d)f(ʊ)lnəs/ Learn to pronounce noun 1. the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something. "their mindfulness of the wider cinematic tradition" 2. a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging...
  2. DearPrudence

    English to Spanish stabber

    stabber n (knife attacker) atacante con cuchillo grupo nom POS?
  3. Φ

    English to Greek hitherto

    έως τότε hitherto /ˌhɪðəˈtuː,ˈhɪðətuː/ Learn to pronounce adverb until now or until the point in time under discussion.
  4. G

    English to Italian have a lie-in

    fam. lo starsene a letto più del solito (per es., la domenica mattina) to have a lie-in = stare a letto fino a tardi
  5. Φ

    English to Greek alleviate

    ανακουφίζω μερικώς, ανακουφίζω
  6. J

    Spanish to English pulgar

    The "pulgar" can also refer to a part of a plant such as a grape vine.
  7. J

    Spanish to English denunciante

    Creo que una trauducción adecuada al inglés sería algo como "whistleblower."
  8. S

    English to French cheesy

    niais ex: He had told him it was cheesy but he secretly loved it -> Il lui avait dit que c'était niais, mais dans le fond il adorait
  9. S

    English to Greek frustration

  10. Β

    English to Greek ruddy

    Λάθος το ροδαλός = ροδόχρους γιατί είναι ροζ ροδαλός -ή -ό [roδalós] Ε1 : που έχει απαλό, ελαφρό κόκκινο χρώμα· ρόδινος. [λόγ. < ελνστ. ῥοδαλός]
  11. Τ

    English to Greek fluff

    fluff up αφρατεύω
  12. I

    French to English apophtegme

    Hello, apopththegm is misspelled.
  13. DearPrudence

    French to English embuscade

    yeux en embuscade
  14. H

    Spanish to English encargo

    Folly. A building or a portion of a building that has no practical function. Often used to create a point of interest on a large area surrounding a mansion or a castle. Example: el Capricho de Gaudí, diseñado por Gaudí en 1883 = Gaudi’s Folly, designed by Gaudí in 1883
  15. S

    English to Greek extracurricular

    εξωρουτινικός You didn't translate the generic use.
  16. L

    English to Italian shed

    Hello, I am Italian. As a verb, the English dictionary Garzanti Hazon reports other traductions of "shed": 1) versare, spargere (ex. to s. blood, "spargere sangue"); 2) emanare, effondere, diffondere (ex. "roses s. their fragrance in the garden", "Le rose diffondono la loro fragranza nel...
  17. Ν

    English to Greek cession

  18. R

    English to Italian great-grandchild

    great-grand-child in Italian is PRONIPOTE and not bisnipote
  19. Kelly B

    French to English embuscade

    Hidden: Les yeux en embuscade : les yeux cachés, dissimulés derrière ses lunettes. Per a forum thread
  20. I

    French to English britannique

    The United Kingdom is made up of four three British peoples.
  21. A

    English to Italian reticulation

    "reticulation" significa anche "reticolazione", "polimerizzazione": In chimica, formazione (per es. in un adesivo o in una resina) di legami incrociati tra molecole tali da originare strutture simili alle maglie di una rete, che si sviluppano nelle tre dimensioni dello spazio. Example: Esempio...
  22. Ν

    English to Greek επιμελητεία

    (commissariat) κομμισσαριάτο n commissariat /ˌkɒmɪˈsɛːrɪət/ noun 1. MILITARY a department for the supply of food and equipment
  23. Λ

    English to Greek instantiation

    παράδειγμα υποστήριξης, απόδειξη υποστήριξης (μιας θεωρίας, έννοιας, ισχυρισμού ή παρόμοιου)
  24. Λ

    English to Greek instantiation

    (particular realization) συγκεκριμένη υλοποίηση, συγκεκριμένη εκδήλωση υποστατότητας
  25. Λ

    English to Greek glutinous

    (containing gluten) γλουτενούχος
  26. Λ

    English to Greek glutinous

  27. Λ

    English to Greek reprobate

    κουμάσι, καρακούμασο, αρχικάθικος, κάθικος, καθίκι
  28. Σ

    English to Greek left-leaning

  29. E

    English to Greek τσακώνω

    Police have bust a major prostitution ring. The English translation should read: The police have busted a major prostitution ring. Η αστυνομία έπιασε ένα μεγάλο κύκλωμα πορνείας.
  30. N

    Spanish to English chapero

    locksmith *Peru Se me olvidó mis llaves en mi dormitorio y un chapero vino para ayudarme abrir la puerta.
  31. Γ

    English to Greek dig in

    παίρνω θέση άμυνας
  32. fenixpollo

    Spanish to English acaparar

    Add monopolise/monopolize to match the WR Reverse.
  33. fenixpollo

    Spanish to English monopolizar

    Fix the s/z spelling error in the UK term "monopolize".
  34. E

    English to Greek within your grasp

    σε απόσταση αναπνοής, μια ανάσα EN: Keep trying – the first prize is easily within your grasp. GR: Συνεχίσε την προσπάθεια - το πρώτο βραβείο είναι σε απόσταση αναπνοής. GR: Συνεχίσε την προσπάθεια - είσαι μία ανάσα από το πρώτο βραβείο.
  35. Kelly B

    French to English captage

    medical: uptake The sentence I found it in is excessively complicated, but the essential is captage par le foie = uptake by the liver
  36. B

    English to French henceforth

    Hi, This example might help more to remember this word: "Henceforth, you shall be known as Darth Vader" "Dorénavant, on vous appellera Dark Vador"
  37. C

    English to Greek driving instructor

    Εκπαιδευτής Οδήγησης
  38. P

    English base nearby

    the example english phrase is all over the place, there are two clashing possibilities
  39. Κ

    English to Greek seedy

    Botany (bearing seeds) καρποφόρος, καρπερός, καρπογόνος Botany gone to seed; bearing seeds › wiki › καρπογόνος καρπογόνος - Ancient Greek (LSJ) καρπογόνος, -ον (Α) 1. αυτός που φέρει καρπό, ο καρποφόρος 2. το ουδ. ως ουσ. τὸ καρπογόνον η καρπογονία. [ΕΤΥΜΟΛ. < καρπός...
  40. J

    English to Greek ignoble

    (of humble origin or social status) λαϊκάντζα f ignoble /ɪɡˈnəʊbl/ Learn to pronounce adjective 1. not honourable in character or purpose. "ignoble feelings of intense jealousy" Similar: dishonourable unworthy base shameful contemptible despicable shabby...
  41. Κ

    English to Greek ignoble

    αχρείος, ελεεινός, αγενής, ευτελής
  42. W

    French to English clay-pigeon shooting

    Clay-pigeon shooting/ball-trap is incorrectly defined as "tir aux pigeons" when it is "tir sur cible volante"
  43. W

    French to English routine

    In French, la routine refers to the tedium and monotony of everyday life rather than a regular pattern of events. [Christophe Gagne, Emilia Wilton-Godberfforde.English-French Translation: A Practical Manual]
  44. Γ

    English to Greek hitter

    κόπανος, χτυπητής
  45. C

    English to French date

    Comment dit-on Date, dans le sens de la personne? This is my date. I'd like to you meet my date. My date is getting a drink.
  46. A

    Spanish to French indebido

  47. P

    Spanish to French como por ensalmo

    Signifie "comme par magie" Cf Wang aún se preguntaba qué estaba sucediendo cuando Cí se incorporó como por ensalmo. Garrido, Antonio. El lector de cadáveres (p. 119). Espasa. Kindle Edition.
  48. J

    English to Greek transhumance

    ημινομαδισμός, εποχικός ημινομαδισμός › 2018/10 Μετακινήσεις ανθρώπων και ζώων στα πλαίσια του ημι-νομαδισμού Oct 19, 2018 — γ) μικτός ημινομαδισμός, όταν πρόκειται για χωριό στους πρόποδες του βουνού. Αυτό έχει ως αποτέλεσμα οι κτηνοτρόφοι να...
  49. Η

    English to Greek platitude

    κοινοτυπία Also correct as a secondary option
  50. A

    French to English S'empailler

    S'empailler to debate strongly to debate with vigor