day

s dan; danje svjetlo, bijeli dan; radni dan;[com] određeni dan; rok; vrijeme; dan primanja; natjecanje; bitka; godišnjica / #s = [pl] ljudski vijek, život, dani; this # = danas; of this # = današnji; from # to # = iz dana u dan; from this # forward = od danas unaprijed; the other # = neki dan, nedavno, prije par dana; one of these #s = ovih dana, uskoro; some # = jednom, jednog dana; one # = jednog dana, jednom; one # or other = prije ili kasnije, jednom; the # before yesterday = prekjučer; the # after tomorow = preksutra; this # week # danas tjedan dana, za osam dana; all # (long) = cijeli (bogovetni) dan; in these #s = dandanas; in the #s of old = u staro doba; # by # = svaki dan, dan na dan; by # = danju; by the # = na dan, dnevno, po danu (npr. plaćeni posao); in the # = danju, u toku dana; in broad # = po bijelom danu; in the face of # = po bijelom danu; # about = svaki drugi dan; # after # = dan za danom, svaki dan; # and night = dan i noć; the Lord's # = nedjelja; #s of grace = zakonom dozvoljen rok (u Engleskoj tri dana) za odgodu isplate mjenice i premije osiguranja nakon roka dospijeća; a long (short) # = dugi (kratak) rok; present # = suvremen, moderan; have one's # = imati svoj (sretan) dan; to have a merry # of it = dobro provesti dan, dobro se zabavljati; every dog has his # = svakome jednom sine sreća; win (carry, gain, get) the # = dobiti bitku, pobijediti; lose the # = izgubiti (bitku); Day of Judgment = Sudnji dan;
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