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захлопывать [несов.] дверьto slam the door
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Translation for 'slam the door' from English to Russian

to slam the door
захлопывать [несов.] дверь
Usage Examples English
  • Yerka's son Philip died during the creation of the book, and Ellison dedicated the final story "Please Don't Slam the Door" to his memory in one of the notes.
  • Then home runs by Dave Roberts's in the seventh off Brad Thompson and Ramón Hernández in the eighth off Julián Tavárez made it 7–4 Cardinals, but Jason Isringhausen came on to slam the door on the Padres in the ninth despite allowing a single and walk with Ryan Klesko's groundout ending the series.
  • "When You Leave, Don't Slam the Door" is a country music song written by Joe Allison, performed by Tex Ritter, and released on the Capitol label (catalog no. ...
  • The first activity the boys did was slam the door continuously, leading to Grainey destroying it with an axe.
  • It was also compared to his previous electro songs, like "Stars Come Out", "Slam the Door" and "Shave It Up".
  • The band's debut single "Le Debut" was released on 19 February 2012 which included the tracks "Slam the Door" and "Candy Snake".
  • and then they come and slam the door in our face...There are a lot of assets in the U.K.
  • Kansas made some adjustments and stormed back to make it 13–14 and keep the game in doubt until the Cornhuskers punched in another two touchdowns to slam the door on Kansas and capture the first win of 1945.
  • Williams was brought on in the 9th to slam the door on the Hawks and send the series back to Fukuoka with the Tigers leading, 3–2.
  • Jack Rebney's voice from the Winnebago Man film was extensively sampled in the song "Slam the Door" and its remixes by Zedd.
  • They were "no credit to Great Britain and no acquisition to Australia, which should slam the door in their faces."
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