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upside down

Kűldve: Marica Nicolska Hétfő, 12/11/2018 - 16:22

Idiomatic translations of "upside down"

Angol
To turn something on its head
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Arab
رأساً على عقب
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Bulgár
С краката нагоре
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Bulgár
С главата надолу
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Észt
elu pahupidi pöörata
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Francia
Mettre sans dessus-dessous
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Gaelic (Irish Gaelic)
bunoscionn
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Gaelic (Scottish Gaelic)
beul fo bhonn
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Gaelic (Scottish Gaelic)
bun os cionn
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Gaelic (Scottish Gaelic)
cùl air thòin
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Görög
(γυρνάω/κάνω) άνω κάτω
Holland
onderste boven halen
Lengyel
Do góry nogami...
Német
Auf den Kopf stellen
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Olasz
(mettere) sottosopra
Orosz
Вверх тормашками
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Orosz
Перевернуть с ног на голову
Orosz
Перевернуть вверх дном
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Spanyol
(poner) boca abajo
Szerb
Окренути се тумбе
Török
altini ustune getirmek
Ukrán
Перевернути догори дригом
Ukrán
догори ногами
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Meanings of "upside down"

Angol

Lit. to invert someone or something,
Fig. to upset someone or something; to thoroughly confuse someone or something.

Explained by Guest on Szombat, 29/07/2017 - 23:56
Explained by Guest

Often used with the verb "turn". Turn it upside down, as in Gloria Estefan's Turn The Beat Around.

To make pineapple upside down cake, you put pineapple slices at the bottom of the pan, pour batter over them, then cook. When done, you turn the pan upside down onto a plate. That way the pineapple slices are on top when you serve.

- BreezyDay 1 month
Angol

unusual stand of things or thoughts

Explained by Marica Nicolska on Hétfő, 12/11/2018 - 16:22
Explained by Marica Nicolska
Angol

Opposite of "Right side up"

Explained by Phil Ambro on Hétfő, 10/12/2018 - 06:03
Explained by Phil Ambro