|send out||a emite|
|(fam.) to fly/to send up a kite.||a trage în aer|
|(fam.) to give smb. the chuck/the basket/the mitten/the sack/the bird; (fam.) to pack smb. off; (fam.) to send smb. packing; (fam.) to send smb. off/away with a flea in his ear; amer. (fam.) to give smb. the air; v. şi ~ paşaportul ~.||a da papucii cuiva|
|(fam.) to send smb. away with a flea in his ear; to give smb. a thrashing/(fam.) a good hiding/(fam.) beans/(fam.) what-for.||a-i da cuiva de cheltuială|
|(fam.) to send smb. flying/packing/right-about/to the right-about/about his business; to turn smb. to the right-about; to put/to send/ to turn smb. out to grass; to turn smb. adrift; to show smb. the door; to send smb. with a flea in his ear.||a trimite pe cineva la plimbare|
|(fam.) to send smb. to blazes.||a trimite pe cineva la baie/oase/să se spele pe picioare|
|(fam.) to send smb. to grass.||a trimite pe cineva la pământ/podea|
|(fam.) to send smb. to the devil/to hell/to blazes/to Jericho/to Hades; amer. to the devil across lots/to hell across lots; to see smb. damned/d-d/farther first/further first/in hell/ somewhere/s/. shot first/at Jericho/at York; to wish smb. farther.||a trimite pe cineva la dracu/la toţi dracii|
|(fam.) to send to the devil; (fam.) to send smb. about his business; (a lăsa în pace) to leave alone; dă-l ~ (fam.) the devil take him.||a da dracului|
|1. to explore the ground. 2. fig. to see how the land lies; to feel out a situation; to feel the ground/the pulse; to feel out the situation; (fam.) to put/ to send/to throw out a feeler.||a sonda terenul|
|1. to take/to strike root(s); to send out roots. 2. fig. (d. persoane etc.) to have come to stay.||a prinde rădăcini|
|cymbals; to make a collection by going rouhd with a plate; to send/hand/pass round the hat/plate; to be a double dealer; to blow hot and coldtalger||taler|
|dull enough to send one to sleep||adormitor(plictisitor)|
|fig. to put/to send/to turn out to grass.||a trimte în concediu/vacanţă|
|fig. to see whence/how the wind blows/lies; to find out wich way the wind blows; to fly/to send up a kite; (fam.) to see wich way the cat jumps; to wait for the cat to jump; aprox. (fam.) to sit on the hedge; amer. (fam.) to see how the gander hops; v. şi||a vedea dincotro bate vântul|
|God send him well!||să-l aibă Domnul în pază!|
|going to bed; retiring for the night; to go to bed; to go to bye-bye; to send/fam. pack the children off to bed||culcare|
|hypocrite; dissembler; double dealer; to send from pillar to post (and from post to pillar)||caiafa|
|mar. to send a ship to the bottom; to grave a ship.||a trimite un vas la fund|
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