Page 2 of 18

Re: Hra stojení // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-21, 20:38
by Engelseziekte
pravděpodobnost
probability

Re: Hra stojení

Posted: 2013-01-21, 20:44
by MillMaths
statistika f
statistics

Re: Hra stojení // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-21, 21:41
by johnklepac
vypočtová metoda f
calculus

Re: Hra stojení

Posted: 2013-01-21, 22:56
by MillMaths
derivace f
derivative

Re: Hra stojení // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-22, 0:14
by johnklepac
integrál m/in
integral

Sophie, how much Czech do you know? It isn't on your list, but...

Re: Hra stojení // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-22, 3:21
by Aleco
řečtina f
Greek [lang]

Re: Hra stojení

Posted: 2013-01-22, 10:41
by MillMaths
johnklepac wrote:Sophie, how much Czech do you know?
Not as much as mathematics. :whistle: (I love it when word-association games move into mathematical waters.)


prostorový úhel m/i
solid angle

The mathematical symbol for solid angle is Ω, which is a Greek letter.

Re: Hra stojení // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-22, 13:24
by johnklepac
roh m/in
corner, angle

Re: Hra stojení

Posted: 2013-01-22, 15:27
by MillMaths
trojúhelník m/i
triangle

Re: Hra stojení // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-22, 23:01
by johnklepac
dusik m/in
nitrogen

Re: Hra stojení // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-23, 2:19
by Aleco
škrtit
to strangle

Norwegian kvæve ("nitrogen") literally translates to "something that strangles"

Re: Hra stojení // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-23, 15:26
by johnklepac
zabit
to kill

Re: Hra stojení // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-23, 16:36
by Naihonn
chladnokrevně
cold-bloodedly

You should name this thread Slovní asociace or Hra se slovními asociacemi.

Re: Slovní asociace // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-23, 17:21
by Aleco
Děkuju :) I was waiting for someone to correct it. What does the se do in the second sentence?

vrah m.a.
murderer

Re: Slovní asociace // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-23, 17:29
by הענט
Aleco wrote:Děkuju :) I was waiting for someone to correct it. What does the se do in the second sentence?

vrah m.a.
murderer


It means with. Lit. "A game with word associations"

Re: Slovní asociace

Posted: 2013-01-23, 23:49
by MillMaths
Kain
Cain

Re: Slovní asociace // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-24, 0:33
by Aleco
Thanks for explaining! I kept thinking of it as a reflexive pronoun :P

Bible f

Re: Slovní asociace // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-24, 1:12
by johnklepac
nebe n (I think?)
heaven

Re: Slovní asociace

Posted: 2013-01-24, 1:34
by MillMaths
anděl m
angel

Re: Slovní asociace // Association game

Posted: 2013-01-24, 9:03
by Naihonn
Aleco wrote:Thanks for explaining! I kept thinking of it as a reflexive pronoun :P


Yes, it is also form of s - with used before words starting s,š,z, sometimes ž to make pronounciation easier and clearer. And it is similar with other prepositions z, ze - from, of ; v, ve - in ; k, ke, (ku) - toward(s), to, (for). And sometimes we have that 'e' ending for other prepositions, but in those cases it is more formal, literary and somewhat archaic version: nad(e) - above, over ; pod(e) - under, below. And sometimes or in some cases you can use both forms of certain prepositions: krom / kromě - except, besides; kolem / okolo - (a)round, about; by, past... :twisted:

ďábel m
devil