§ -თ, -ით; გამო, გზით; გარდიგარდმო, განივ
1 გარდიგარდმო, სიგანეზე
2 გადაღმა, მეორე მხარეზე
3 -ზე, -გადა
to fly across the sea ზღვის გადაფრენა
he meteor shot across the sky მეტეორმა ცა გადასერა
●●to step across / over გადაბიჯება
he sprang across the fence ღობეს გადაახტა
he shuffled across the room ოთახში ფრატუნით გაიარა
right across the street ზუსტად ქუჩის მოპირდაპირე მხარეს
to run across smb. or sth ვისიმე ან რისიმე შემთხვევით შეხვედრა (შეხვდება), წაწყდომა
I'll pop across to the shop მაღაზიაში გადავირბენ
to put across 1 გადაყვანა
he put me across the river მდინარეზე გადამიყვანა
to put across 2 მოტყუება
you can't put that across me ამაში ვერ მომატყუებ
across the river მდინარის გაღმა
across the street ქუჩის მეორე მხარეზე/მხარეს
he is already across უკვე გადაღმაა/გაღმაა
the bridge across the river ხიდი მდინარეზე
he swam across the river მდინარე გადაცურა
to come across: შეხვედრა
I came across him in the street ქუჩაში შემთხვევით შემხვდა
it came across my mind that... აზრი გამიჩნდა, რომ…
he conducted the old woman across the street მოხუცი ქალი ქუჩაზე გადაიყვანა
they got across the bridge ხიდზე გადავიდნენ
to get across გადასვლა
the general finally got his troops across the river როგორც იქნა, გენერალმა ჯარი მდინარეზე გადაიყვანა
a smile flitted across her face სახეზე ღიმილმა გადაურბინა
clouds floated across the sky ღრუბლები ცაზე მიცურავდნენ
the snake was wriggling across the grass გველი ბალახში მიიკლაკნებოდა
he hailed me from across the street ქუჩის მეორე მხრიდან დამიძახა
a tree lay across in the road გზაზე გარდიგარდმო ხე ეგდო

English-Georgian dictionary.


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