Out of nowhere
Idiomatic translations of "Out of nowhere"
Meanings of "Out of nowhere"
"He came out of nowhere!" He came from some unknown, or unperceived direction. The exclamation made is often heard when someone gets in an auto accident and has no idea of how it happened.
It can be used when someone 'catches your eye', gets your attention that is attractive to you.
That boy who crossed the street when the car was coming, came out of nowhere = Quel bambino che ha attraversato la strada mentre arrivava la macchina, è spuntato fuori dal nulla.
Biežāk tiek lietots, kad kāds iekļūst autoavārijā un viņam nav ne mazākās nojausmas kā tas gadījās.
Появиться неожиданно, неизвестно откуда вдруг появиться.
"Взялся из ниоткуда".
"Как из воздуха появился".
"Откуда он только взялся!"
"Out of nowhere" in lyrics
Cut and chop the trees, it's all green wherever you look, crow chicks.
Ivanko came out of nowhere, Ivanko came out of nowhere,
Cut and chop the trees, it's all green wherever you look, Ivanko.
I said "he's coming back, don't you dare blame me"
I closed my eyes fearing that the people would see me hiding you in my eyes (meaning she's thinking about him and caring for him)
And the wind picked up out of nowhere
For the first time, we are not together
All hangovers, that night was a lot. And to recover from the puddle with the sun in the neck.
We were with Kuko and the Viti, calm bunch
And suddenly, out of nowhere, a strong perotes appeared. That goes in, out there, throwing us kiss'
I turn for a note and say: "Patri, what about that?"
That we try to suffocate, you know, hopin' it dies
Try to hold it underwater but it always survives
Then it comes up out of nowhere like an evil surprise
Then it hovers over you to tell you millions of lies
I'm in the game, but they don't even know it
Like I'm undercover and don't want to blow it
I come out of nowhere, they don't even notice
The flow is so cold, you would think it was snowin' (Oh) (Leave me alone)
standing in your yard singing a song out of tune,
the house pulsates. Furniture moves to the beat.
Out of nowhere, it goes from black to white [fn] Straight translation: Schwarz zu bunt = black to colorful. [/fn]
trade in my barstool for a house and dog,
When "Your Name." came out as a big hit
Without delay those low-life things appeared
It's not like we just suddenly came from the countryside out of nowhere
We've been well-know for 14 years
And I'm already sweatin' but I'm locked and loaded
For rapid fire spittin' for all the concert-goers
Scopes for sniper vision, surprise from out of nowhere
As I slide the clip in from inside the hotel
(1) "nazende" is very difficult to translate with a single word, it means the combination of enticing, nice, coy, coquettish, flirtatious.
(2) "aklıma düştün" you have popped out of nowhere into my mind