Romanian English Dictionary

limba română - English

piatră in English:

1. stone


Leave no stone unturned.
This book says the earliest man-made bridges date back to the New Stone Age.
In the second place, if we do not go, someone else will read the inscription on the stone and find happiness, and we shall have lost it all.
Languages are not carved in stone. Languages live through all of us.
Tom Skeleton, the ancient stage doorkeeper, sat in his battered armchair, listening as the actors came up the stone stairs from their dressing rooms.
I want you to search high and low for a writer who's just right for this project. Leave no stone unturned.
I like this town as it is. Although, there being so many stone stairs is a bit of a pain...
A stone once cast, and a word once spoken, cannot be recalled.
Once you've picked up a stone that you like, take it home as soon as you can and treat it well, because that's the only stone you've got.
If you paint it yellow, you'll kill two birds with one stone: it'll stand out, and you'll save money because you can use paint you already have.
из камня; много камней|made of stone; many stones
Children in the playground musn't throw stones. / Olives have stones.
And, most important of all, the stone does not tell us what kind of happiness we should find in that house.
And yet the large blocks of stone are fitted together so closely that you cannot put in the point of a knife between them.
This indigenous god needs water to have a normal life, move and talk, or its body will turn back into immovable stone.

English word "piatră"(stone) occurs in sets:

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