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 Translation for 'to become' from English to Slovak
VERB   to become | became | become
becoming | becomes
SYNO to become | to get | to go | ...
pristať n-mu [dok.]to become sb. [be suitable]
hodiť sa k n-mu [dok.]to become sb. [be suitable]
stať sa n-ým/n-čím [dok.]to become sb./sth.
2 Words: Verbs
zlepšiť sa [dok.]to become better
brčkavieť (sa) [nedok.]to become curly
skučeravieť (sa) [dok.]to become curly
ušpiniť sa [dok.]to become dirty
ufúľať sa [dok.]to become dirty
zašpiniť sa [dok.]to become dirty
zafúľať sa [dok.]to become dirty
stratiť odvahu [dok.]to become discouraged
nechať sa odradiť [dok.]to become discouraged
skriviť sa [dok.]to become distorted
kriviť sa [nedok.]to become dostorted
uschnúť [dok.]to become dry
rozdrobiť sa [dok.]to become fragmented
rozzúriť sa [dok.]to become furious
etn.hist.
ponemčiť sa [dok.]
to become Germanized
oťažieť [dok.]to become heavier
oťažieť [dok.]to become heavy
osamostatniť sa [dok.]to become independent
stuchnúť [dok.]to become musty
potuchnúť [dok.]to become musty
meteor.
zatiahnuť sa [dok.]
to become overcast
meteor.
zamračiť sa [dok.]
to become overcast
zblednúť [dok.]to become pale
blednúť [nedok.]to become pale
zľudovieť [dok.]to become popular [of a word or a phrase]
med.
otehotnieť [dok.]
to become pregnant
zhrdzavieť [dok.]to become rusty
vyjsť z cviku [dok.]to become rusty [coll.]
zmäknúť [dok.]to become soft
mäknúť [nedok.]to become soft
zmäknúť [dok.]to become softer
mäknúť [nedok.]to become softer
zosilnieť [dok.]to become stronger
stenčiť sa [dok.]to become thinner
stenčovať sa [nedok.]to become thinner
zoslabnúť [dok.]to become weak
3 Words: Verbs
zahĺbiť sa do n-čoho [dok.]to become absorbed in sth.
pohrúžiť sa do n-čoho [dok.]to become absorbed in sth.
zvyknúť si na n-čo [dok.]to become accustomed to sth.
privyknúť (si) na n-čo [dok.]to become accustomed to sth.
zoznámiť sa s n-ým [dok.]to become acquainted with sb.
osirieť [dok.]to become an orphan
zaniesť sa n-čím [dok.]to become clogged with sth.
zabrať sa do n-čoho [dok.]to become engrossed in sth.
pohrúžiť sa do n-čoho [dok.]to become engrossed in sth.
ponoriť sa do n-čoho [dok.] [pohrúžiť sa]to become engrossed in sth.
zahĺbiť sa do n-čoho [dok.] [myšlienok, čítania ap.] to become engrossed in sth. [thoughts, reading etc.]
spriateliť sa s n-ým [dok.]to become friends with sb.
skamarátiť sa s n-ým [dok.]to become friends with sb.
med.
nakaziť sa n-čím [nedok.]
to become infected with sth.
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Translation for 'to become' from English to Slovak

to become sb. [be suitable]
pristať n-mu [dok.]

hodiť sa k n-mu [dok.]
to become sb./sth.
stať sa n-ým/ n-čím [dok.]

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to become better
zlepšiť sa [dok.]
to become curly
brčkavieť (sa) [nedok.]

skučeravieť (sa) [dok.]
to become dirty
ušpiniť sa [dok.]

ufúľať sa [dok.]

zašpiniť sa [dok.]

zafúľať sa [dok.]
to become discouraged
stratiť odvahu [dok.]

nechať sa odradiť [dok.]
to become distorted
skriviť sa [dok.]
to become dostorted
kriviť sa [nedok.]
to become dry
uschnúť [dok.]
to become fragmented
rozdrobiť sa [dok.]
to become furious
rozzúriť sa [dok.]
to become Germanized
ponemčiť sa [dok.]etn.hist.
to become heavier
oťažieť [dok.]
to become heavy
oťažieť [dok.]
to become independent
osamostatniť sa [dok.]
to become musty
stuchnúť [dok.]

potuchnúť [dok.]
to become overcast
zatiahnuť sa [dok.]meteor.

zamračiť sa [dok.]meteor.
to become pale
zblednúť [dok.]

blednúť [nedok.]
to become popular [of a word or a phrase]
zľudovieť [dok.]
to become pregnant
otehotnieť [dok.]med.
to become rusty
zhrdzavieť [dok.]
to become rusty [coll.]
vyjsť z cviku [dok.]
to become soft
zmäknúť [dok.]

mäknúť [nedok.]
to become softer
zmäknúť [dok.]

mäknúť [nedok.]
to become stronger
zosilnieť [dok.]
to become thinner
stenčiť sa [dok.]

stenčovať sa [nedok.]
to become weak
zoslabnúť [dok.]

to become absorbed in sth.
zahĺbiť sa do n-čoho [dok.]

pohrúžiť sa do n-čoho [dok.]
to become accustomed to sth.
zvyknúť si na n-čo [dok.]

privyknúť (si) na n-čo [dok.]
to become acquainted with sb.
zoznámiť sa s n-ým [dok.]
to become an orphan
osirieť [dok.]
to become clogged with sth.
zaniesť sa n-čím [dok.]
to become engrossed in sth.
zabrať sa do n-čoho [dok.]

pohrúžiť sa do n-čoho [dok.]

ponoriť sa do n-čoho [dok.] [pohrúžiť sa]
to become engrossed in sth. [thoughts, reading etc.]
zahĺbiť sa do n-čoho [dok.] [myšlienok, čítania ap.]
to become friends with sb.
spriateliť sa s n-ým [dok.]

skamarátiť sa s n-ým [dok.]
to become infected with sth.
nakaziť sa n-čím [nedok.]med.
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