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    تعداد کلمات
    زمان عادی تحویل فوری
    درصد تخفیف
    1 - 1500
    0.5 - 2 روز
    حداکثر 1 روز
    0
    1500 - 4000
    3 - 5 روز
    حداکثر 3 روز
    0
    4000 - 8000
    6 - 9 روز
    حداکثر 5 روز
    5
    با لای 8000
    1000 کلمه روزانه
    1500 کلمه روزانه
    10
    گارانتی تحویل در موعد مقرر
ترجمه غیررسمی فارسی به آلمانی

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Hoe �n. Long-handled tool with a blade, used for weeding etc. �v. (hoes, hoed, hoeing) weed (crops); loosen (earth); dig up with a hoe. [french from germanic]Hoick v. Colloq. (often foll. By out) lift or pull, esp. With a jerk. [perhaps var. Of *hike] ترجمه غیررسمی فارسی به آلمانی Hold1 �v. (past and past part. Held) 1 a keep fast; grasp (esp. In the hands or arms). B (also refl.) Keep or sustain (a thing, oneself, one's head, etc.) In a particular position. C grip so as to control (hold the reins). 2 have the capacity for, contain (holds two pints). 3 possess, gain, or have, esp.: a be the owner or tenant of (land, property, stocks, etc.). B gain or have gained (a qualification, record, etc.). C have the position of (a job or office). D keep possession of (a place etc.), esp. Against attack. 4 remain unbroken; not give way (roof held under the storm). 5 celebrate or conduct (a meeting, festival, conversation, etc.). 6 a keep (a person etc.) In a place or condition (held him in suspense). B detain, esp. In custody. 7 a engross (book held him for hours). B dominate (held the stage). 8 (foll. By to) keep (a person etc.) To (a promise etc.). 9 (of weather) continue fine. 10 think, believe; assert (held it to be plain; held that the earth was flat). 11 regard with a specified feeling (held him in contempt). 12 cease; restrain (hold your fire). 13 keep or reserve (please hold our seats). 14 be able to drink (alcohol) without effect (can't hold his drink). 15 (of a court etc.) Lay down; decide. 16 mus. Sustain (a note). 17 = hold the line. �n. 1 (foll. By on, over) influence or power over (has a strange hold over me). 2 manner of holding in wrestling etc. 3 grasp (take hold of him). 4 (often in comb.) Thing to hold by (seized the handhold).  hold (a thing) against (a person) resent or regard it as discreditable to (a person). Hold back 1 impede the progress of; restrain. 2 keep for oneself. 3 (often foll. By from) hesitate; refrain. Hold one's breath see *breath. Hold down 1 repress. 2 colloq. Be competent enough to keep (one's job etc.). Hold the fort 1 act as a temporary substitute. 2 cope in an emergency. Hold forth speak at length or tediously. Hold one's ground see *ground1. Hold hands grasp one another by the hand as a sign of affection or for support or guidance. Hold it cease action or movement. Hold the line not ring off (in a telephone connection).Hob n. 1 flat heating surface with hotplates or burners, on a cooker or as a separate unit. 2 flat metal shelf at the side of a fireplace for heating a pan etc. [perhaps var. Of *hub]Hole n. 1 a empty space in a solid body. B opening in or through something. 2 animal's burrow. 3 (in games) cavity or receptacle for a ball. 4 colloq. Small or dingy place. 5 colloq. Awkward situation. 6 golf a point scored by a player who gets the ball from tee to hole with the fewest strokes. B terrain or distance from tee to hole.  hole up us colloq. Hide oneself. Make a hole in use a large amount of.  holey adj. [old english]Holier-than-thou adj. Colloq. Self-righteous.Holly n. (pl. -ies) evergreen shrub with prickly leaves and red berries. [old english]Holograph �adj. Wholly written by hand by the person named as the author. �n. Holograph document. [greek holos whole, *-graph]Holy ghost n. = *holy spirit.Hobnob v. (-bb-) (usu. Foll. By with) mix socially or informally. [hab nab have or not have]Hoard �n. Stock or store (esp. Of money or food). �v. Amass and store.  hoarder n. [old english]Hoick v. Colloq. (often foll. By out) lift or pull, esp. With a jerk. [perhaps var. Of *hike]Hob n. 1 flat heating surface with hotplates or burners, on a cooker or as a separate unit. 2 flat metal shelf at the side of a fireplace for heating a pan etc. [perhaps var. Of *hub]Hole n. 1 a empty space in a solid body. B opening in or through something. 2 animal's burrow. 3 (in games) cavity or receptacle for a ball. 4 colloq. Small or dingy place. 5 colloq. Awkward situation. 6 golf a point scored by a player who gets the ball from tee to hole with the fewest strokes. B terrain or distance from tee to hole.  hole up us colloq. Hide oneself. Make a hole in use a large amount of.  holey adj. [old english]

ترجمه غیررسمی فارسی به آلمانی