Translation for 'something' from English to Bulgarian
PRON   something | something | something's
NOUN   a something | somethings
something {pron} <sth.>нещо <нщ.>
That's something.Това все пак е нещо.
to omit (to do something) пропускам (да направя нещо) [несв.]
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Usage Examples English
  • The park was promoted in the 1970s and 1980s on television commercials with the lyric "Something for mum and something for dad, something for grandma and old grandad... at Adventureland".
  • After numerous attempts to find more characteristics of performatives, and after having met with many difficulties, Austin makes what he calls a "fresh start", in which he considers "more generally the senses in which to say something may be to do something, or in saying something we do something".
  • Creator is something or someone who brings something into being.
  • Pre-theme song saying: Yang/Something, something, something... fart!
  • There's something buried underneath this town – something that could alter the course of human history.

  • It may describe either the instrumental “with (a utensil)”, “by means of (something)”, or the comitative “with (something, someone)”, “along with (something, someone)”.
  • A complement is something that completes something else.
  • Quid pro quo is a Latin term meaning "something for something".
  • For the second, Metz created an advertisement and a promotional campaign featuring their mascot, "the Judderman", in an attempt to appeal to contemporary youth by offering them something new, something unusual, and ultimately something dangerous and sinister.
  • Concomitance is the condition of accompanying or coexisting. A concomitant is something that accompanies something else.

  • This tense is especially useful for saying that something happened while something else was happening.
  • They wanted to do something much more inspirational and complex. Something new for people to grab onto.
  • Ojibwe "giniginige" "to mix "something animate" with "something inanimate"), from Proto-Algonquian "*kereken-", "mix (it) with something different by hand".
  • It is a compilation album released under the motto "Something new, something old, something borrowed, something cold".
  • All a smith needs is something to heat the metal, something to hold the hot metal with, something to hit the metal on, and something to hit the metal with.

  • Relevant is something directly related, connected or pertinent to a topic; it may also mean something that is current.
  • In the conventions of art history, the body is something to look at: nudes; figures in the landscape; portraiture. Dalziel + Scullion say something else – the human body is something to look with.
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