1. adjective
1) (without light: a dark room; It's getting dark; the dark (= not cheerful) side.) temen
2) (blackish or closer to black than white: a dark red colour; a dark (= not very white or fair) complexion; Her hair is dark.) temen
3) (evil and usually secret: dark deeds; a dark secret.) temen
2. noun
(absence of light: in the dark; afraid of the dark; He never goes out after dark; We are in the dark (= we have no knowledge) about what is happening.) tema
- darkness
- keep it dark
* * *
I [da:k]
adjective (darkly adverb)
temen, temnolas, temačen, mračen, mrk; žalosten, obupan; skrit, skrivnosten, nerazumljiv, nejasen; neznan; negotov; neprosvetljen; zloben, zločinski
the dark ages — srednji vek
dark house — umobolnica
a dark horse — nepričakovan zmagovalec (v dirki); American malo znan kandidat za prezidenta
the Dark Blues — študenti iz Oɔforda; srednješolci iz Harrowa
the Dark Continent — Afrika
to keep s.th. dark — skrivati nekaj; obdržati skrivnost zase
dark room — temnica
to look on the dark side of things — biti črnogled
dark slide — kaseta
dark lantern — slepica
American dark and bloody ground — Kentucky
II [da:k]
tema, mrak; senca; figuratively negotovost, neznanje; nejasnost, skrivnostnost
to keep s.o. in the dark — skrivati, tajiti pred kom
in the dark of the moon — v mlaju; v temi kot v rogu
to be in the dark — ne vedeti, ne se znajti, ne biti poučen
to take a leap in the dark — tvegati
figuratively to leave s.o. in the dark — pustiti koga v negotovosti

English-Slovenian dictionary. 2013.


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