Word: copes

Category: copes

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Synonyms: copes

coping, header

Translations: copes

spanish
capas pluviales, hace frente, sobrelleva


german
meistert

french
chapes

italian
piviali, fa fronte

portuguese
contende, lida, maneja

dutch
omgaat, biedt het hoofd, hoofd biedt, Readiris herkent eveneens

russian
справляется, управляется, отлично справляется, справится, прекрасно справляется

norwegian
takler, klarer, greier, klarer seg

swedish
klarar, hanterar, klarar sig, korkåpor

finnish
selviytyy, pärjää, selviää, pystyy käsittelemään

danish
klarer, klarer sig, opdragelse

czech
zvládá, vyrovnává, poradí, vyrovná, potýká

polish
radzi sobie, radzi, poradzi sobie, sobie radzi

hungarian
birkózik, megbirkózik, birkózik meg, boldogul

turkish
baş edebiliyor, başa çıktığını, de başa çıkar, başa çıkar

greek
αντιμετωπίζει, αντεπεξέρχεται, καταφέρνει, τα καταφέρνει, αντεπεξέλθει

ukrainian
справляється, впоратися

albanian
përballon, duron, perballet, i përballon

bulgarian
справя, справя се, се справя, справя безпроблемно, се справя безпроблемно

belarusian
спраўляецца

estonian
toimetulek, hakkama, tuleb toime, hakkama saab

croatian
nosi, snalazi, se nosi

icelandic
hettusteinn

lithuanian
pasakojama, susidoroja

latvian
galā, tiek galā, Vēloties

macedonian
се справува, справува, снаоѓа, се снаоѓа

romanian
se descurcă, descurcă, descurca, face față, se descurca

slovenian
sooča, znajde, se znajde, sooča tako

slovak
zvláda, zvládne

Popularity stats: copes

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The meaning and "use of": copes

noun
  • a long, loose cloak worn by a priest or bishop on ceremonial occasions.

verb
  • (of a person) deal effectively with something difficult.

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