She has an excellent ... with her staff.
...=a good understanding of someone and an ability to communicate well with them:
není způsob jak bych to mohl stihnout
There's no way I can meet that deadline.
We're working to a ... deadline (= we do not have much time to finish the work).
Obávám se, že jsi termín propásl, poslední termín pro žádosti byl 30.května
I'm afraid you've missed the deadline - the deadline for applications was 30 May.
Ted, když se termín blíží, cítíme se všichni pod tlakem
Now that the deadline is approaching we all feel under pressure.
Konec roku byl jimi stanovený termín pro dokončení prací na budově.
The end of the year was their self-imposed deadline for finishing the building work.
to decide or arrange to delay an event or activity until a later time or date:
(použij frázové sloveso)
The meeting has been ... for a week.
[+ -ing verb] I can't ... going to the dentist any longer.
to delay something until a later time:
My bank has agreed to ... the repayments on my loan.
[+ -ing verb] Can we ... making a decision until next week?
someone who starts their own business, especially when this involves seeing a new opportunity:
He was one of the ...s of the 80s who made their money in property.
boring and making you feel unhappy:
a ... little town
She had spent another ... day in the office.
Udělala na nás velmi příznivý dojem
She made a very favourable impression on us.
Příznivé podmínky na trhu mu pomohly dosáhnout velkého zisku
Favourable market conditions helped him to make a big profit.
S extra zdroji se nyní projekt zdá proveditelný
With the extra resources, the project now seems feasible.
to make continuous, small movements that annoy other people:
Children can't sit still for long without ... .
... speech, letter, article, etc.
...= too long, or uses too many words.
všechna její těžká práce se nakonec vyplatila a konečně složila zkoušku
All her hard work paid off in the end, and she finally passed the exam.
to walk for pleasure, especially in the countryside:
I love to ... through the fields and lanes in this part of the country.
something that protects someone by making it possible for there to be an amount of risk or a number of mistakes without having a very damaging effect:
Our environmental laws are designed to make sure that people are protected to an adequate ... .
A mix of stocks and bonds can provide a needed ... when there's a stock market sell-off.
margin of safety
Musíš tam zahrnout/včlenit nějakou cestu, jak tu smlouvu zrušit, když věci nebudou fungovat
you must build in some way to cancel this contract if things don´t work out
párek chlapců se hrbil nad stolem zatímco četl časopisy
A couple of boys were slouched over the table reading magazines.
a ... investment banker
Už jsi odevzdal svou esej do historie?
Have you handed in your history essay yet?
I've decided to ... my resignation
(= tell my employer I am leaving my job).
how often do you ... (=write) to sb in english?
drop a line
vždycky dokončíš jednu práci než začneš novou?
do you always finish/complete one job before you start another?
jak často se obvykle dostaneš do styku se svými přáteli?
how often do you usually get in touch with friends?
zodpověděl jsi všechny otázky jak nejlépe jsi mohl?
have you answered/responded all the questions to the best of your ability?
abbreviation for "répondez s’il vous plaît", French for "please reply"; used at the end of a written invitation to mean that you should let the people who invited you know whether or not you are coming:
... by 9 October.
Nemůžu si tento rok dovolit jet na prázdniny - jsem na mizině
I can't afford to go on holiday this year - I'm (flat) broke.
jako by to nestačilo...
to make matters worse...
If a better situation or an opportunity to do something ..., it happens or becomes available unexpectedly or in a way that was not planned:
Don't worry about it - something will ..., you'll see.
Ta práce se objevila, právě když jsem ji potřeboval
this job turned up just when I needed it
in very bad condition:
a ... building/cemetery
[after verb] tired and not healthy, especially because of working too much:
My doctor said I was looking ... .
having a lot of money or owning a lot of things:
městská rada se rozhodla tomuto projektu nepřidělit žádné finanční prostředky
The local council has decided not to allocate funds for the project.
Mírová iniciativa byla vítána oběma stranami
The peace initiative was welcomed by both sides.
Uchopil jsem zbraň oběma rukami a zamířil
I grasped the gun with both hands and took aim.
Dítě natáhlo svou drobnou ručku a pevně mi stisklo prst
The baby stretched out a tiny hand and grasped my finger tightly.
Myslím že jsem zvládl zachytit hlavní body přednášky
I think I managed to grasp the main points of the lecture.