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If you say that someone is out of their depth, you mean that they are in a situation that is much too difficult for them to be able to cope with it.

Out of one's depth

I'd always struggled at school. I hated it and felt out of my depth

In ciuda ...

In spite of

A formal act of not voting either for or against a proposal

Abstention

Is the state of being definite or of having no doubts at all about something

Certainty

Incredere, siguranta, certitudine

If you are cursed with something, you are very unlucky in having it,


Someone or something that is cursed is suffering as the result of a curse(blestem)

Cursed

Blestemat

Careful


She cautiously tiptoed across the room for fear they might hear her.

Cautiously

Precaut

The ability of one thing to stick firmly to another.


Because of the speed the tyres lost their adhesion

Adhesion

the action of hiding something or preventing it from being known.

Concealment

Ascuntedere

An area of land that is surrounded by a wall or fence and that is used for a particular purpose.

Enclosure

Imprejmuire, ingradire, tarc

the accidental admission or escape of a fluid or gas through a hole or crack.

Leakage

Scurgerea poate fi si de informatii

salt, herbs, or spices added to food to enhance the flavor

Seasoning

an action of moving downward, dropping, or falling.

Descent

a judgment that a person is not guilty of the crime with which the person has been charged.

Acquitte

the state or status of being a famous or exceptionally talented performer in the world of entertainment or sports.

Stardom

Fame, celebrity, glory

the action or art of imitating someone or something, typically in order to entertain or ridicule.

Mimicry

Imitation

To feel upset and angry because of the way in which you have been treated

Aggrieved

Mahnit, ranit

Causing difficulty or annoyance

Troublesome

Problematic, suparatir, anevoios,

An obstruction or snag; impediment

Hindrance

To show or say that you are sorry for causing trouble for someone, for hirting them or for disappointing them

Apologetic

Care se scuza


Regretful, sorry

Appetizing

Appetizing food looks and smells good, so that you want to eat it

Concession

If you make a concession to someone, you agree to let them do or have something, especially in order to end an argument or conflict