bȅstrāga


bȅstrāga
bȅstrāga pril. razg. {{c=0}}neznano kud (dosl. bez traga)
⃞ {{001f}}{{/c}}∼ mu glava {{c=0}}neka nestane bez traga, ne želim ga nikada više vidjeti; {{/c}}idi ∼ {{c=0}}nestani, nek te nema, {{/c}}{{c=1}}usp. {{ref}}netragom ⃞{{/ref}}{{/c}}

Veliki rječnik hrvatskoga jezika. 2013.

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