Translation for 'to outrun sb sth' from English to Bulgarian
to outrun sb./sth. {verb}изпреварвам нкг./нщ. [несв.]
Partial Matches
to aim sth. at sb./sth. {verb} насочвам нщ. към нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to point sth. at sb./sth. {verb}насочвам нщ. към нкг./нщ.
to attribute sth. to sb./sth. {verb}приписвам нщ. на нкг./нщ.
to eye sb./sth. {verb}оглеждам нкг./нщ. [несв.]
unverified to splatter sth./sb. {verb}опръсквам нщ./нкг. [несв.]
to interrupt sb./sth. {verb}прекъсвам нкг./нщ. [несв.]
unverified to shove sb./sth. {verb}блъскам нкг./нщ.
to poke sb./sth. {verb}ръгам нкг./нщ. [несв.] [разг.]
unverified to shove sb./sth. {verb}бутам нкг./нщ.
to scratch sb./sth. {verb}чеша нкг./нщ. [несв.] [с нокти]
to poke sb./sth. {verb}мушкам нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to worship sb./sth. {verb}боготворя нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to disgrace sb./sth. {verb}опозорявам нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to desert sb./sth. {verb}изоставям нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to sustain sb./sth. {verb}подкрепям нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to resemble sb./sth {verb}приличам на нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to eliminate sb./sth. {verb} елиминирам нкг./нщ. [св.] [несв.]
to pummel sb./sth. {verb}бия нкг./нщ. [несв.] [с юмруци]
to grade sb./sth. {verb}
оценявам нкг./нщ. [несв.] [ученик, писмена работа]
sb./sth. is[нк/нщ] е
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Translation for 'to outrun sb sth' from English to Bulgarian

to outrun sb./sth. {verb}
изпреварвам нкг./нщ. [несв.]

to aim sth. at sb./sth. {verb}
насочвам нщ. към нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to point sth. at sb./sth. {verb}
насочвам нщ. към нкг./нщ.
to attribute sth. to sb./sth. {verb}
приписвам нщ. на нкг./нщ.
to eye sb./sth. {verb}
оглеждам нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to splatter sth./sb. {verb}
unverified опръсквам нщ./нкг. [несв.]
to interrupt sb./sth. {verb}
прекъсвам нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to shove sb./sth. {verb}
unverified блъскам нкг./нщ.

unverified бутам нкг./нщ.
to poke sb./sth. {verb}
ръгам нкг./нщ. [несв.] [разг.]

мушкам нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to scratch sb./sth. {verb}
чеша нкг./нщ. [несв.] [с нокти]
to worship sb./sth. {verb}
боготворя нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to disgrace sb./sth. {verb}
опозорявам нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to desert sb./sth. {verb}
изоставям нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to sustain sb./sth. {verb}
подкрепям нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to resemble sb./sth {verb}
приличам на нкг./нщ. [несв.]
to eliminate sb./sth. {verb}
елиминирам нкг./нщ. [св.] [несв.]
to pummel sb./sth. {verb}
бия нкг./нщ. [несв.] [с юмруци]
to grade sb./sth. {verb}
оценявам нкг./нщ. [несв.] [ученик, писмена работа]образ.
sb./sth. is
[нк/нщ] е
Usage Examples English
  • First flown in April 1950, the Tornados managed to outrun and outmaneuver MiG's on numerous occasions, however they too eventually became targets.
  • In 2010, a video went viral featuring the Welshman's dramatic, tenacious finish to outrun the Tanzanian runner Gidamis Shahanga in the closing 80 metres of a 10000 metres race after being got caught with 110 metres remaining.
  • It was designed like other types of cruisers to operate as a long-range, independent warship, capable of defeating any ship apart from a battleship and fast enough to outrun any battleship it encountered.
  • Their high speeds allowed them to outrun hazards, principally German U-boats, usually allowing them to travel outside a convoy.
  • This motion has several interesting features, among them that it is possible to outrun a photon if given a sufficient head start, as may be concluded from the diagram.

  • The story incorporated a phenomenon that was relatively new in 1963: major auto manufacturers were putting powerful V-8 engines into mid-sized cars (the dawn of the "muscle car" era) and young thieves behind the wheel of these cars were now able to outrun the economy 6-cylinder sedans driven by police in many jurisdictions.
  • When word came about that the Confederacy was willing to pay almost any price for military supplies, various interested parties designed and built specially designed lightweight seagoing steamers, blockade runners specifically designed and built to outrun Union ships on blockade patrol.
  • Cousins was arrested for the third time in two weeks after trying to outrun police in Canning Vale following a "bizarre incident" outside a Sikh temple.
  • There are differences between this game and "Snowboarding", with one being the "Avalanche" - the final event of every Match Race challenge is a daredevil run through an avalanche-prone trail where the player has to outrun an avalanche that starts in the middle of the run or even at the very start.
  • Unable to outrun her other adversaries because of hull damage sustained during a grounding soon after sailing, "President" finally succumbed to the combined attention of the three remaining British ships after a six-hour exchange in which she lost 24 of her crewmen and three of her lieutenants, including Babbitt.

  • The concept of the high-speed transport embodied sufficient armament for the ship to defend herself against smaller warships and to support the troops she carried with sufficient speed to enable her to outrun more heavily armed ships.
  • The ability to outrun many surface ships while submerged, combined with improved dive times (also a product of the new hull form), made the Type XXI much more difficult to pursue and destroy.
  • Some people left the town in an effort to outrun the epidemic, which spread with river passengers throughout the waterways of the Mississippi Delta and nearby counties.
  • The V-22's speed allows it to outrun conventional support helicopters, thus a self-defense capability was required on long-range independent operations.
  • Arab ships did not possess heavy firepower required for surface combat against enemy vessels, usually only 25 and 30mm guns, and "Osa" and "Komar" boats were not always able to outrun their Israeli pursuers.

  • Thunderbird is a mutant who possesses superhuman strength (sufficient to rip apart a fighter jet with his bare hands), speed (he is fast enough to outrun a bison, possibly much faster), and stamina due to his dense musculature.
  • Large lahars hundreds of metres wide and tens of metres deep can flow several tens of metres per second (22 mph or more), much too fast for people to outrun.
  • In response to this stress, the organisms appear to have retracted their soft parts into their shells; apparently they could not move fast enough to outrun the currents.
  • Its name is derived from its ability to outrun other horse breeds in races of a quarter mile or less; some have been clocked at speeds up to 44 mph (70.8 km/h).
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