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Co to znamená "celkem vzato"?
= all in all, all things considered, generally speaking
- Literally: in total taken
- celkem = in total; altogether; quite
- vzato = taken, a passive form of "vzít"
- Some further phrases with vzít or celkem:
- Kolik je to celkem? (How much is it altogether?; celkem = dohromady)
- Je to celkem dobré. (= It's quite good.; celkem = docela)
- Oni se vzali? (They got married?)
- Vezmi mě s sebou! (Take me with you!)
- Co si mám vzít na sebe? (What shall I put on?)
- Vezmeme to jedno po druhém. (We'll take it one by one.)
- Vzali roha. = Vzali nohy na ramena. = Vzali do zaječích. (They took to their heels. They ran away.)
- Na to vem jed! (You bet!)
- Vzala to hopem. (She took it quickly.)
- Jak se to vezme... (Depends how you look at it/view it...)
- Docela mě to vzalo. (I was quite shaken by it.)
- Vezmeš to za mě? (Will you fill in for me?)
- Kde se to tu vzalo? (How has this appear/got here?)
- Kde se vzal, tu se vzal, stál před nimi... (Out of the blue, ... was standing in front of them.)
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