Translation for 'to acquire sth' from English to Bulgarian
to acquire sth. [language etc.] {verb} усвоявам нщ. [несв.] [език и пр.]
Partial Matches
to acquire {verb}придобивам [несв.]
to acquire {verb}постигам [несв.]
to acquire {verb}достигам [несв.]
to attribute sth. to sb./sth. {verb}приписвам нщ. на нкг./нщ.
to point sth. at sb./sth. {verb}насочвам нщ. към нкг./нщ.
to aim sth. at sb./sth. {verb} насочвам нщ. към нкг./нщ. [несв.]
unverified to mingle sth. with sth. {verb}смесвам [несв.]нщ. с нщ.
to rest sth. on sth. {verb}слагам нщ. върху нщ. [несв.]
to own sth. {verb}притежавам нщ.
to ruin sth. {verb}съсипвам нщ. [несв.]
unverified to modify sth. {verb}променям нщ. [частично]
to accentuate sth. {verb} подчертавам нщ. [несв.] [прен.] [правя да изпъкне]
something {pron} <sth.>нещо <нщ.>
to shut sth. {verb}затварям нщ.
to keep sth. {verb}запазвам нщ. [несв.]
to amend sth. {verb}поправям нщ.
unverified to spray sth. {verb}пръскам нщ. [несв.]
to skip sth. {verb} пропускам нщ. [несв.] [прескачам]
to emit sth. {verb}излъчвам нщ. [несв.]
to evade sth. {verb}избягвам от нщ. [несв.]
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Usage Examples English
  • The zero was probably introduced to the Chinese in the Tang dynasty (618–907) when travel in the Indian Ocean and the Middle East would have provided direct contact with India, allowing them to acquire the concept of zero and the decimal point from Indian merchants and mathematicians.
  • "Games" magazine included "Acquire" in their "Top 100 Games of 1981", noting that it "combines the flavors of Monopoly and the stock market" and cautioned that "Since the object is to acquire cash, careful timing of investments (and raids on competitors' chains! ...
  • Deontological anarcho-capitalists believe that the only just and most economically beneficial way to acquire property is through voluntary trade, gift, or labor-based original appropriation, rather than through aggression or fraud.
  • Language is acquired within the first few years of life, and all humans under normal circumstances are able to acquire language proficiently.
  • Crucially, these robots were able to acquire functioning word-to-meaning mappings without needing grammatical structure, vastly simplifying the learning process and shedding light on information which furthers the current understanding of linguistic development.

  • The government has been in negotiations with China to acquire multirole helicopters for both military and civilian use.
  • The comparisons used to acquire data on which cladograms can be based are not limited to the field of biology.
  • The object of a matching (or sometimes "melding") game is to acquire particular groups of matching cards before an opponent can do so.
  • Therefore, Basel became the first city in the world where the population of a political community democratically decided to acquire works of art for a public institution.
  • A barrister will usually have rights of audience in the higher courts, whereas other legal professionals will often have more limited access, or will need to acquire additional qualifications to have such access.

  • After Apple officially cancelled the Newton in 1998 they had to acquire as many Newtons as possible for this project.
  • Bouchat had submitted his design to the Maryland Stadium Authority by fax after learning that Baltimore was to acquire an NFL team.
  • In May 2014, the company confirmed its intent to acquire Dr.
  • Casino promotions such as complimentary matchplay vouchers or 2:1 blackjack payouts allow players to acquire an advantage without deviating from basic strategy.
  • pulicaris" to acquire and transmit the pathogen, both of which are spread widely throughout Europe.

  • it takes between 3–5 weeks to register a company in the country (and in some business sectors it can still take months to acquire all required permits, mostly due to administrative inefficiency), and many other business related administrative procedures are similarly convoluted and time-consuming.
  • In the 20th century, technology-based target acquisition devices (such as radar) and systems (such as sound ranging and flash spotting) emerged in order to acquire targets, primarily for artillery.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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