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 Translation for 'to come up to sb sth' from English to Bulgarian
to come up to sb./sth. {verb} приближавам се към нкг./нщ. [несв.]
Partial Matches
to attribute sth. to sb./sth. {verb}приписвам нщ. на нкг./нщ.
to prop sb./sth. up [also fig.] {verb} поддържам нкг./нщ. [несв.] [и прен.]
to live up to sth. [expectations etc.] {verb} оправдавам нщ. [несв.] [очаквания и пр.]
aversion to sb./sth. {noun}отвращение от (към) нкг./нщ.
to induce sb. to do sth. {verb} убеждавам нкг. да направи нщ.
to pay attention to sb./sth. {verb}обръщам внимание на нкг./нщ.
to compel sb. to do sth. {verb} принуждавам нкг. да направи нщ.
to get to know sb./sth. {verb} запознавам се с нкг./нщ. [несв.]
unverified to come on to sb. [to make your sexual interest known to someone] [coll.] {verb}свалян нкг. [разг.] [несв.]
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.]
to wake sb. up {verb}събуждам нкг.
unverified to rev up sth. {verb}ускорявам нщ.
to fill sth. (up{verb}напълня нщ. [св.]
to fill sth. (up{verb}напълвам нщ. [несв.]
unverified to pick sth. up {verb} вдигам нщ. [от пода и т.н.] [несв.]
to give up sth. [relinquish] {verb}отказвам се от нщ.
to put up with sth. {verb}примирявам се с нщ. [несв.]
to wrap sth. up [idiom] {verb}приключвам нщ. [несв.]
to come across sb. {verb}срещам случайно нкг. [несв.]
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Translation for 'to come up to sb sth' from English to Bulgarian

to come up to sb./sth. {verb}
приближавам се към нкг./нщ. [несв.]

to attribute sth. to sb./sth. {verb}
приписвам нщ. на нкг./нщ.
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to prop sb./sth. up [also fig.] {verb}
поддържам нкг./нщ. [несв.] [и прен.]
to live up to sth. [expectations etc.] {verb}
оправдавам нщ. [несв.] [очаквания и пр.]
aversion to sb./sth. {noun}
отвращение от (към) нкг./ нщ.
to induce sb. to do sth. {verb}
убеждавам нкг. да направи нщ.
to pay attention to sb./sth. {verb}
обръщам внимание на нкг./нщ.
to compel sb. to do sth. {verb}
принуждавам нкг. да направи нщ.
to get to know sb./sth. {verb}
запознавам се с нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to come on to sb. [to make your sexual interest known to someone] [coll.] {verb}
unverified свалян нкг. [разг.] [несв.]
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.]
to wake sb. up {verb}
събуждам нкг.
to rev up sth. {verb}
unverified ускорявам нщ.
to fill sth. (up) {verb}
напълня нщ. [св.]

напълвам нщ. [несв.]
to pick sth. up {verb}
unverified вдигам нщ. [от пода и т.н.] [несв.]
to give up sth. [relinquish] {verb}
отказвам се от нщ.
to put up with sth. {verb}
примирявам се с нщ. [несв.]
to wrap sth. up [idiom] {verb}
приключвам нщ. [несв.]
to come across sb. {verb}
срещам случайно нкг. [несв.]
Usage Examples English
  • After Ofers entering of the city council the Pirate Party announced to come up to the "Pirate Party Tyrol" (Ofers new party he had founded before getting expelled. ...
  • 05, then it is possible to reduce the counting workload and allow the CE to come up to the .05 requirement.
  • The recruitment of ex-servicemen with a minimum of two years experience enabled units to come up to operational readiness very quickly.
  • Cybi's Church, which is built inside one of Europe's few three-walled Roman forts (the fourth boundary being the sea, which used to come up to the fort).
  • Zoos which have no potential to come up to the prescribed standards and norms may be refused recognition and asked to close down.

  • Special classes are provided to the weak students, who fail to come up to the school standards.
  • Elaine dates Whatley and asks to come up to his apartment in order to find out whether or not he re-gifted her label maker.
  • Discontinuous technology allows the entire kiln charge to come up to full atmospheric pressure, the air in the chamber is then heated, and finally vacuum is pulled.
  • Back in the day, newlyweds used to come up to the windmill and dip their hands in freshly ground flour, hoping for a fruitful and happy marriage.
  • Then he asked to come up to the control room to listen.

  • A "baseliner" plays from the back of the tennis court, around/behind/within the baseline, preferring to hit groundstrokes, thereby allowing themselves more time to react to their opponent's shots, rather than to come up to the net (except in certain situations).
  • Auxiliarists with prior service are likely to have a smooth transition into their flotilla as they are able to come up to speed with current Coast Guard Auxiliary responsibilities and military customs.
  • The Reconstructionist Community began including women in the minyan and allowing them to come up to the Torah for aliyot.
  • Tagge, who never found success with Green Bay, was enticed to come up to Canada to resurrect his football career.
  • Singh like a banyan tree held everyone together but never allowed any leader to come up to take his place.

  • The scheme involved building a channel through Lake Illawarra to allow oceangoing vessels to come up to Elizabeth Point, a short distance north of Kanahooka Point.
  • The Imperial Russian Army commander in the Far East, General Alexei Kuropatkin followed a strategy of stalling while waiting for enough reinforcements to come up to the front via the incomplete single-track Trans-Siberian Railway to take the offensive.
  • He went on to add that there were no monthly or quarterly magazines in England "to come up to" the American ones, of which there were several.
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