to cover up – a acoperi, a ascunde, a mușamaliza
Mother put a cloth on the sofa to cover the stains up.
They tried hard to covered up all his mischievous deeds but failed.
to count on – a se bizui pe ceva/ cineva
Don’t count too much on her help.
to crash down – a se prăbuși, a cădea cu greutate
Some trees crashed down in the storm.
to crave for – a tânji după
After a hard-work day I crave for peace and quiet.
to crash in/ into – a se înghesui (într-un spațiu mic)
A lot of people crash into the Tokyo underground in the morning.
to cry out – a striga, a țipa de durere sau teamă
I cried out for help but nobody came.
to cut down – a micșora, a reduce
Government cut down spending to reduce the budget deficit.
to cut in – a întrerupe, a interveni
Tom began to tell us a story but somebody cut him in.
to cut off – a întrerupe o convorbire telefonică
I was cut off twice during my conversation with the CEO.
to cut out – a șterge, a elimina
The writer cut some passages out from his novel before sending it to the printing house.
to cut it out – a se opri din, a înceta
She holds me responsible for her failure and I wish she would cut it out.
to cut through – a-și croi drum prin
The ship cut its way through the thick ice.
to deal with – a se comporta cu, a trata cu, a avea de-a face cu
She knows how to deal with fastidious kids.
to decide against – a da un verdict împotrivă
The Court has decided against the plaintiff.
to decide in favor of/ for – a da verdict în favoarea
The Court has decided for/ in favor of the plaintiff.
to defend from/ against – a se apăra de
Moher defend her daughter from the bad dog.
to depart from – a se despărți de , a se abate de la (rutină, reguli, tradiție, obicei)
These are rules from which she has no intention of departing.
to depend on/ upon – a depinde de, a se bizui pe
I could never depend on her coming at time.