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Halacha (the whole of Jewish law)
proper noun

halachaproper noun

halberd (hand weapon)
noun
[UK: ˈhæl.bəd]
[US: ˈhæl.bəd]

halapartnanoun
{f}

hale (sound, entire, healthy, robust, not impaired)
adjective
[UK: heɪl]
[US: ˈheɪl]

čilýadjective

zdravýadjective

hale (to drag or pull, especially forcibly)
verb
[UK: heɪl]
[US: ˈheɪl]

táhnoutverb
{imPlf}

vléciverb
{imPlf}

half (consisting of a half)
adjective

půladjective

half [halves] (math: fraction)
noun
[UK: hɑːf]
[US: ˈhæf]

polovinanoun
{f}

half [halves] (one of three terms in Eton)
noun
[UK: hɑːf]
[US: ˈhæf]

trimestrnoun
{m}

half [halves] (one of two equal parts into which anything may be divided)
noun
[UK: hɑːf]
[US: ˈhæf]

polovinanoun
{f}

půlnoun
{f}

půlkanoun
{f}

half a loaf is better than none phrase

malé ryby taky rybyphrase

half-back (player in rugby)
noun
[UK: hɑːf ˈbæk]
[US: ˈhæf ˈbæk]

spojkanoun

half board (hotel rate)
noun
[UK: hɑːf bɔːd]
[US: ˈhæf ˈbɔːrd]

polopenzenoun
{f}

half brother [half brothers] (male half-sibling)
noun
[UK: hɑːf ˈbrʌð.ə(r)]
[US: ˈhæf ˈbrʌð.r̩]

nevlastní bratrnoun
{m}

half dozen (6)
noun

půltucetnoun
{m}

half-hour [half-hours] (period)
noun
[UK: hɑːf ˈaʊə(r)]
[US: ˈhæf ˈaʊər]

půlhodinanoun
{f}

half-life (time in physics)
noun

poločas rozpadunoun
{m}

half marathon (running race)
noun

půlmaratonnoun
{m}

half-moon [half-moons] (anything shaped like a crescent)
noun
[UK: hɑːf muːn]
[US: ˈhæf ˈmuːn]

půlměsícnoun
{m}

half-moon [half-moons] (the moon in its first or last quarter)
noun
[UK: hɑːf muːn]
[US: ˈhæf ˈmuːn]

půlměsícnoun
{m}

half-plane (either half of an infinite plane)
noun
[UK: hɑːf pleɪn]
[US: ˈhæf ˈpleɪn]

polorovinanoun
{f}

half-truth (A deceptive statement)
noun
[UK: hɑːf truːθ]
[US: ˈhæf ˈtruːθ]

polopravdanoun
{f}

halfdead (halfway dead; partially alive)
adjective

polomrtvýadjective
{m}

halfling (a hobbit)
noun

půlčíknoun
{m}

halftone (picture made by half-toning)
noun

půltónnoun
{m}

halfway house [halfway houses] (temporary residence)
noun

dům na půli cestynoun
{m}

halibut [halibuts] (fish of genus Hippoglossus)
noun
[UK: ˈhæ.lɪ.bət]
[US: ˈhæ.lə.bət]

platýsnoun
{m}

Halicarnassus (ancient Greek city)
proper noun

Halikarnassproper noun
{m}

halite [halites] (NaCl)
noun
[UK: ˈhæ.laɪt]
[US: ˈhæ.laɪt]

halitnoun
{m}

halitosis [halitoses] (condition of having foul-smelling breath)
noun
[UK: ˌhæ.lɪ.ˈtəʊ.sɪs]
[US: ˌhæ.lɪˈto.ʊ.sɪs]

halitózanoun
{f}

hall [halls] (corridor or a hallway)
noun
[UK: hɔːl]
[US: ˈhɒl]

chodbanoun
{f}

uličkanoun
{f}

hall of residence (building for university students to live in)
noun
[UK: hɔːl əv ˈre.zɪ.dəns]
[US: ˈhɒl əv ˈre.zə.dəns]

kolejnoun
{f}

hallelujah (exclamation to praise God)
interjection

alelujainterjection

halejujainterjection

hallmark [hallmarks] (a distinct characteristic)
noun
[UK: ˈhɔːl.mɑːk]
[US: ˈhɑːl.ˌmɑːrk]

charakteristický znaknoun
{m}

charakteristikanoun
{f}

specifikumnoun
{n}

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