English to Czech Meaning :: minatory

Minatory :
hrozivý
hrozivý - hrozivýhrozivý
 
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Adjective(1) threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments

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(1) In fact, it's likely they may be tired and dreading the monotony of a step routine.(2) They watch football to lose themselves in the game and take a break from the everyday monotony of their lives.(3) The football season was in full swing, and the monotony of routine has set in.(4) A bass voice, she adds, breaks the monotony of a song, bringing variety to the music.(5) Midsummer vacations are eagerly awaited every year by all students with the sole objective of getting a break from the monotony of studies.(6) Once again, contrast piping or tone-on-tone jacquard prints are a great way to break up the monotony of solids.(7) Occasionally breakdown to break the monotony of a long journey with frequent stops.(8) He had a penchant for framing shots through the spokes of the nearest wagon wheel, to break up the visual monotony of a scene.(9) you can become resigned to the monotony of captivity(10) All of these methods can break the muscle monotony of traditional routines and shock complacent bodyparts into new gains.(11) The sweetness of the vocal harmonies is tempered by the rawness of the guitar and the unremitting monotony of the drum patterns.(12) The Tallahassee cop decided to play a little gag to break the monotony of a training mission.(13) Metallic fabrics broke the monotony of a restrained colour palette dominated by greys and blush pink.(14) As he headed out to his next class, he hoped the test scores, when they came out, would give him a break from the normal monotony of his life.(15) The tedious monotony of his job did not deter him from being innovative.(16) This was evident, too, in the terrible monotony of the subjects studied and the very limited variety of the sources used.
Synonyms
Adjective
1. baleful ::
zlověstný
2. forbidding ::
odpudivý
3. threatening ::
hrozivý
4. ominous ::
zlověstný
5. sinister ::
zlověstný
6. minacious ::
hrozivý
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minatory
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