UTOCISTE prevod, Srpsko - Engleski rečnik i prevodilac teksta

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utočište [ imenica ]

resort [ imenica ]
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An area where many people go for recreation; SYN. vacation spot, holiday resort, playground.

anchor [ imenica {nautika} ]
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A heavy weight, usually equipped with hooks or barbs, designed to be dropped by a rope from a boat, preventing the vessel from moving; SYN. ground tackle.
A central cohesive source of support and stability:; SYN. mainstay, backbone, linchpin, lynchpin.
A television reporter who coordinates a broadcast to which several correspondents contribute; SYN. anchorman, anchorperson.
(Computers) A symbol or mark used to indicate the spot to which a hyperlink is to be connected.

asile [ imenica ]
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asyle [ imenica ]
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asylum [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin asylum, Greek, exempt from spoliation, inviolable; a priv. + sylon right of seizure.
A sanctuary or place of refuge and protection, where criminals and debtors found shelter, and from which they could not be forcibly taken without sacrilege.
Any place of retreat and security.
An institution for the protection or relief of some class of destitute, unfortunate, or afflicted persons.

bield [ imenica ]
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bieldy [ imenica ]
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booby hatch [ imenica ]
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A raised framework with a sliding cover over a small hatch on a ship
A psychiatric hospital

harbour [ imenica ]
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Alternate (chiefly British) spelling for harbor.

haven [ imenica ]
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ETYM AS. haefene.
Place of safety or sanctuary; SYN. oasis.

port [ imenica ]
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A place (seaport or airport) where people and merchandise can enter or leave a country.
An opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through; SYN. embrasure, porthole.
Point where goods are loaded or unloaded from a water-based to a land-based form of transport. Most ports are coastal, though inland ports on rivers also exist. Ports often have specialized equipment to handle cargo in large quantities (for example, container or roll-on/roll-off facilities).
Historically, ports have been important growth poles from which the transport networks of many colonial and trading countries developed, as in Nigeria. Ports with deep-water berths can accommodate large modern shipping; for example, the port of Rotterdam. See also airport.

recourse [ imenica ]
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ETYM French recours, Latin recursus a running back, return, from recurrere, recursum, to run back. Related to Recur.
Act of turning to for assistance; SYN. resort, refuge.
Something or someone turned to for assistance or security; SYN. refuge, resort.

refuge [ imenica ]
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ETYM French réfuge, Latin refugium, from refugere to flee back; pref. re- + figere. Related to Fugitive.
A shelter from danger or hardship; SYN. sanctuary, asylum.
A place that provides shelter or protection.
Something to which one has recourse in difficulty.

resource [ imenica ]
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ETYM French ressource, from Old Fren. ressourdre, resourdre, to spring forth or up again; pref. re- re- + sourdre to spring forth. Related to Source.
A source of aid or support that may be drawn upon when needed.
Available source of wealth; a new or reserve supply that can be drawn upon when needed.
The ability to deal resourcefully with unusual problems; SYN. resourcefulness, imagination.

retreat [ imenica ]
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ETYM French retraite, from retraire to withdraw, Latin retrahere; pref. re- re- + trahere to draw. Related to Trace, Retract, Retrace.
(Military) A bugle call signaling the lowering of the flag at sunset.
(Military) A signal to begin a withdrawal from a dangerous position.
(Military) Withdrawal to a more favorable position.
A place of privacy; a place affording peace and quiet.
In a military action, a rearward movement of forces in response to enemy pressure. Unlike a withdrawal, a retreat involves loss of initiative.

roof [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. rof, as. hruf top, roof; akin to Dutch roef cabin, Icel. hruf a shed under which ships are built or kept.
A structure that covers or forms the top of a building.
Top of motor vehicle.

sanctuary [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. seintuarie, Old Fren. saintuaire, French sanctuaire, from Latin sanctuarium, from sanctus sacred, holy. Related to Saint.
A sacred place; a consecrated spot; a holy and inviolable site.
The most sacred part of any religious building, esp. that part of a Christian church in which the altar is placed.
A sacred and inviolable asylum; a place of refuge and protection; shelter; refuge; protection.
The holiest area of a place of worship; also, a place of refuge from persecution or prosecution, usually in or near a place of worship. The custom of offering sanctuary in specific places goes back to ancient times and was widespread in Europe in the Middle Ages.
The ancient Hebrews established six separate towns of refuge, and the Greek temple of Diana at Ephesus provided sanctuary within a radius of two stadia (about 4m/4yd). In Roman temples the sanctuary was the cella (inner room), in which stood the statue of the god worshiped there.
In the Middle Ages criminals or the hunted could take refuge for days, then opt for safe passage out of the country.



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