serbian

  1. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : ićim

    ni ićim na zemlji ili na nebu zakuneše What is "ićim"? I wondered if it's a typing mistake, but it didn't seem so.
  2. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : na priliku

    — Eto se i to svrši. Suđeno je pa neka bude i to. Samo znaš, kako je, na priliku, iksan je, što no se kaže božji stvor, pa ne bi valjalo da ga, na priliku, zverinje jede i psi razvlače. It's not difficult to translate this sentence, but how should we feel with the phrase "na priliku"? Here 2...
  3. onitamo

    Serbo-Croatian: in as many ways as possible.

    Consciousness can be expressed in as many ways as possible. (This universe has infinities of every expression.) Svijest se može izraziti na koliko god je moguće načina. (Ovaj svemir ima beskonačnosti svakog izraza.) Molim bolji prevod. Nisam znala bolje
  4. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : uzdrhtalom

    I onda okrećući se uzdrhtalom Ciganinu dodade blaže: — Šest ti je groša za posao, a još šest ako ostane do mraka živ. Pa sad gledaj. And then turning to the gypsy, who was shaken, added mildly: "6 groschens you will earn for this work. 6 more, if he is alive until the sunset. So now do it."...
  5. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : kao slepu štenad.

    — Slušaj ti, ako ne bude sve kako treba i ako me obrukaš pred svetom, ne izlaz'te mi pred oči ni ti ni ovaj ciganski brabonjak; potopiću vas u Drinu, kao slepu štenad. How should we understand "kao slepu štenad" grammatically?
  6. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : ustumaran

    In "Na drini ćuprija", we find the word "ustumaran". Well, I don't find this word... How should I understand it? Hvala!
  7. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : da

    The following sentence is from "Na drini ćuprija". Nego, nas smo se nekolicina dogovorili da idemo noću, u gluho doba, i da obaramo i kvarimo, koliko se može, što je napravljeno i podignuto, a da pustimo glas kako vila ruši građevinu i ne da mosta Drini. My question is about "ne da mosta...
  8. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : no verb?

    Tek kad je kao plod toga napora iskrsnuo veliki most, ljudi su počeli da se sećaju pojedinosti i da postanak stvarnog, vešto zidanog i trajnog mosta kite maštarskim pričama koje su opet oni umeli vešto da grade i dugo da pamte. This sentence is from "Na Drini ćuprija". ljudi su počeli da se...
  9. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : "đurđevsko"

    S brda, iz ciganske mahale, što se povukla u vis i na kraj, zaglušno je udarao bubanj i pištala zurna, đurđevsko veselјe se sručivalo na kasabu kao plјusak, neprestano, nikud se od njega nije moglo pobjeći. I picked up from "DERVIŠ I SMRT". I'm not sure how to understand the word "đurđevsko".
  10. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : related to the subject

    The following phrase is from "CRVENI PETAO LETI PREMA NEBU (page 73)" of Miodrag Bulatović. Čuo je kako Lješnica žubori, preliva se i pretače s kamena na kamen, odnoseći s obala tišinu, korenje trava i mrtve ribe; ... Who (or what) is the subject of "Čuo je"? In the English translation, it's...
  11. J

    Živijó - Serbocroatian

    Ne govorim hrvatski, ali pokušam formulirati svoje pitanje u ovom jeziku. Hrvatski čitam bez problema. U Češkoj se često pjeva ovaj napjev pri poslavama: Živijó, živijó, živijó. Mnoga ljeta, mnoga ljeta, mnoga ljeta, živijó, mnoga ljeta, mnoga ljeta, mnoga ljeta, živijó! Živijó, živijó...
  12. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : "ga"

    The following phrase is from "CRVENI PETAO LETI PREMA NEBU (page 76)" of Miodrag Bulatović. »Šofer pobegao, a onog nesrećnika odneli u bolnicu«, reče Petar glagoljivo. »Još nije umro: mrzi ga, kažu. Neki vele da mu je milo što je ostao bez nogu: ne može da skita. Čuo sam još da su ga...
  13. Slogos

    BCS: Noun declension and prosody

    Are there any rules governing the quantitative and qualitative changes in stress in different noun cases in BCS? Or are they chaotic? I think I’ve spotted a few patterns — can someone please confirm and/or expand on this, if possible? For example, in male nouns that have more than one...
  14. onitamo

    Croatian: I am all with you

    This existence is very obliging. It goes on obliging -- if you want to go to Hell, it supports. It says, 'Go! I am all with you. Postojanje je vrlo obvezujuće. Ono obavezuje- ako hoćeš ići u pakao, ono podržava. Kaže " Idi! Ja sam u svemu s tobom. :confused: or Idi! Ja sam uvijek s tobom? or...
  15. onitamo

    Serbian: for the time being

    Out of that voidness everything arises -- trees, people, mountains, earths, stars, creations. They come, for the time being they are there, and then they again disappear into the ultimate void. is it OK translation Od tog ništavila sve proizlazi - drveće, ljudi, planine, zemlja, zvijezde...
  16. Vukabular

    Slovo "O" u Srpskom jeziku

    Kada se slovo "o" nalazi na početku reči približno određuje značenje te reči jer svojim oblikom koji je grafički prikaz oblika usta kada se izgovara govori da se radi o predmetu oblog ili okruglog oblika (oklagija, obruč, oko, oblak, obraz...), kretanju gde "o" određuje kružno kretanje (okret...
  17. onitamo

    Croatian: Stone-head

    How to translate the stone-head? kamena glava ili tvrda glava? It is from one Buddhist sutra.. "FROM THE STONE-HEAD COMES THE LION'S ROAR TO MY EAR." There were 3 teachers in the country and all said : From the stone-head comes lion's roar to my ear"
  18. onitamo

    Croatian: motorika i senzorika tijela

    how to translate motorika and senzorika tijela I cannot find right translation in dictionary could it be "motorika= pokretljivost", "senzorika = osjetljivost"? da se poboljsa upotreba motorike i senzorike tela u pokretu... da se poboljša pokretljivost i osetljivost tela u pokretu
  19. onitamo

    Serbian, Croatian: taken into a different vision of your own self

    you are simply taken into a different vision of your own self. Molim kako ovo prevesti na srpski ? smisao je da vi imate jedan drugi pogled vašeg vlastitog sebstva (sebe) vi ste stavljeni u jednu drugu poziciju vašeg vlastitog sebe
  20. onitamo

    Croatian: never accepted you of any worth,

    Just as your parents have never accepted you of any worth, the same you are doing with your children - Baš kao što roditelji vas nisu prihvatili od nikakve vrijednosti ???? ovo mi ne naliči ni na šta molim pomoć. hvala
  21. onitamo

    Croatian: an undercurrent of awareness and underneath

    an undercurrent of awareness in every act, in every movement, in everything that you are doing, or not doing. podsvjesni tok svijesti in every act,.. Something underneath will be continuously flowing. Nešto podsvjesno će stalno teći ?? Please help me with adequate translation of undercurrent...
  22. onitamo

    Serbian: Croatian: You are going down the drain

    kako prevesti ovo na srpsko-hrvatski: You are going down the drain every day.
  23. onitamo

    Serbian: nadograditi

    Znači, čistu svest usmerite na nekoga i ona fino otkloni sve što joj višak, što ne poznaje. Što ste nadogradili? U krajnjoj liniji sve što ste vi nadogradili to je ustvari bolest. Is this right translation: What have you upgraded? Finally everything that you upgraded is a disease.
  24. onitamo

    Serbian, Croatian: udružiti se

    Original : Virusi. Oni znaju da se udruže pa naprave bakteriju. Translation: They know to work together and make bacteria. is there maybe better expression?
  25. onitamo

    Serbian: regurgitate

    Please help here: Serbian: kad mu daš informaciju , on je prenosi English: when you give it information it regurgitates (it was suggestion from a friend. I don't feel it is the right word..) is this OK? when you give it information it transmits it ........... "Znači um je bukvalno ovca. Šta mu...
  26. onitamo

    Serbian: Proper construction of sentence

    Please how to write properly (sentence in bold) that will be understandable All this what I am, talking now, is known to the science. And this is for me astonishing that although it all knows and is doing like this..??? Original: I sve to što ja govorim to sve nauka zna. I to je meni...
  27. onitamo

    Croatian: the Food banks

    There are 15 churches in the small town nearby, with no jobs or very low wage jobs and long lines at the food banks. The food is rotten. U malom gradu u blizini ima 15 crkava, ljudi bez posla ili s vrlo niskim plaćama i dugim redovima kod klupa sa hranom. (ovo je u malom američkom mjestu...
  28. A

    Serbian/Croatian: suocavati vs. suocavati de

    Pozdrav svima, Ne mogu shvatiti razliku izmedu suocavati i suocavati se. Postoji li ona? Ako postoji,koja je? Hvala na odgovorima.
  29. onitamo

    Serbo-Croatian: Experience is the question

    Original: Go as deep as possible. Don't stop if you see a little path where it is still possible to go more. Experience is the question; don't be mathematical. prijevod: Iskustvo je važno; ili Radi se o iskustvu;
  30. onitamo

    Serbo-Croatian: lingering belief

    "Who is asking you to believe in reincarnation? And why are you concerned to do something about it? There must be some lingering belief." which translation is better? Mora biti neko dugotrajno vjerovanje or Mora biti neko zaostalo vjerovanje
  31. onitamo

    Croatian:Though they had since lost contact,

    Please correct my translation. original English: "Though they had since lost contact, Mike had mentioned how easy it was to get a job at Whipsnade Open Zoo, so Pat applied." my translation: "kako su od tada izgubili kontakt , Mike je spomenuo kako je lako naći posao u "Whipsnade Open Zoo, pa...
  32. onitamo

    Croatian: I don't live by reason.

    original: I don't live by reason. translation: ja ne živim s razlogom. is this correct translation?
  33. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian: preslan

    kako mu negde u telu bije srce, u tom telu što tako lako i brzo zarasta u divlje travuljine i nestaje u gomilama preslane prašine; How should we understand the word "preslan" here? When we translate this phrase in Google, it says "overgrown", but it seems "salty".
  34. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : bajbokana, mi

    Tada šofer izađe iz kola i poče da ga drma, i da ga moli da mu se skloni s puta: »Skloni se, bolan bio, skloni se: jer ako se ne skloniš, moram da te pregazim; a ako te pregazim, bajbokana mi ne gine; a kad u buvaru odem, deca će mi od gladi poskapati.« ako te pregazim, bajbokana mi ne gine If...
  35. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : precvikuvati

    »Pa vidiš li da ću noge da ti precvikujem, skote«, još više se razbesneo šofer. We cannot find info of "precvikuvati" over the Internet. At most, Google shows that it means "yell" at this moment. We have several similar words such as vikati (viknuti), krìčati (kriknuti), vrištati, dreknuti...
  36. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : ti

    I taman ti on počeo da zaspiva, kadli naiđe kamion pun kukuruza - voze ga iz Srbije za Crnu Goru. Šofer svira, svira, a naš čova ni repom da mrdne. How should we understand "ti" in this sentence?
  37. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : u vrelu prašinu, locative, accusative mixed

    »Znaš«, poče Petar lagano i otežući, »ležao onaj čovek nasred tesnog puta. Tako, četrdesetih je godina bio, moj ispisnik otprilike. Ležao i dremao na suncu. Noge ispružio, zapretao ih u vrelu prašinu; reumu čova hteo da pretekne. I mislio kud da krene. Činilo mu se da je ceo svet upoznao...
  38. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian: nekog

    »Ništa tebi nije jasno«, reče Petar. »Jer si tup kao tele.« »Sve je meni jasno«, zacereka se Jovan, »ali ne to da možeš nastradati zbog svojih nogu. To ne mogu da shvatim. Razumem da su ti kao moje... manji čovek manje i vredi... ali to su prave nožurde, bato moj! Sve bih dao da sam tako krakat...
  39. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : mrzeti and mrziti (dialects)

    »Pa o tome se i radi«, reče gnevno Petar. »Neću moći da pomerim noge. Mrzeće me, razumeš li. Znaš li ti šta to znači kad nekog mrzi da diše. Još je verovatnije da neću ni primetiti kola. Točkovi me nagaze i - odoše moje stube. Eto, kao iz šale ću se ubogaljiti. Čas posla.« mrzeti - Wiktionary...
  40. A

    BSC: Trag od...What is more natural to you?

    Hello, This is a question about all the languages (Bosnian,Serbian,Croatian): What sounds more natural to you? What combination of cases and the word trag? Trag od... Ni traga+dative (ni traga incedentima, ljubavi etc.) Ni traga o..(with the preposition). Trag+genitive: npr.: Trag rata je...
  41. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : Related to the Aorist of the past verb

    Žmureći još, Petar uzdahnu i reče: »Ti si zaista jako glup. Ozbiljno ti govorim.« »Pa jesam«, kiselo se isceri Jovan. »Jesam, nema šta. I ja sam... i ja sam tako zadovoljan kad mi to kažeš ti, a ne neko drugi. Ti mi to govoriš što me voliš, a drugi bi iz mržnje...« »Ne petljaj«, reče strogo...
  42. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : comparative forms of "malen"

    > »Sve je meni jasno«, zacereka se Jovan, »ali ne to da možeš nastradati zbog svojih nogu. To ne mogu da shvatim. Razumem da su ti kao moje... manji čovek manje i vredi... ali to su prave nožurde, bato moj! Sve bih dao da sam tako krakat. Bogami. Ovako sam često nespokojan - tur samo što mi se...
  43. harakiri

    Serbo-Croatian, Bosnian : između boce

    > kako obršćeni i sto puta gaženi trn iskraj puta diše, otvara meki pupoljak što se zeleni između boce i upija u sebe svetlost avgustovskog podneva I don't quite get this phrase. "između boce". "boce" is genitive & plural. boca - Wiktionary Well, but how should we understand "između boce"...
  44. A

    Serbia/Croatian: Prepirati se/stylistics

    Hello, Is the word prepirati se stylistically neutral or not? If not,what is the best neutral word for the English argue? I am asking that as in Russian we have alnost the same word,but it is quite informal with a negative connotation. That's very tricky when comparing the languages,I mean,the...
  45. T

    Serbian / Croatian: nečastivi

    Hi folks, I know what nečastivi means, but I want to understand its literal/etymological meaning: is it "the dishonorable", or "the dishonouring", or "the dishonoured", "the one without honour" or what? Hvala...
  46. onitamo

    Serbian/Croatian: I onda je on prazan i on će da bude u nedogled ono što si ga ti napravio.

    It is about an atom.. .."I onda je on prazan i on će da bude u nedogled ono što si ga ti napravio. and it is empty and it will be endlessly this what you made of it. or and it is empty and it will be endlessly that what you made of it.
  47. onitamo

    Serbo-Croatian: move from ...

    What is the best translation to Croatian or Serbian for "move from..." in these different meanings ? Original sentence is: "Hence the insistence of all the mystics: move from words to wordlessness, move from sound to silence, move from form to formlessness, move from thought to consciousness...
  48. onitamo

    Serbian: Combast or burn?

    Here is a part of the subtitle file that I am translating from Serbian to English. My question is which word is better to use, if burning is process inside the body. Serbian original text: "znači vi kad uzimate, neku biljku, jel, to su droge. one nose u sebi i kiseonik, i dogaða se da...
  49. onitamo

    Serbian: izbušio si se ko sir

    Prevođenje videa u kome se govori o narkomaniji. Objašnjava se kako droga, alkaloidi ima tu substancu koja napravi rupu ustvari prodor u svest iz sveta uma. Time je moguće da se gleda iz jednog sveta u drugi. One nisu loše ako se ne zloupotrebe jer daju neki uvid ali tu treba biti kraj. "Ako...
  50. K

    Serbian: pick up

    How would i say Could you pick me up this evening at 7 from the airport?
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