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mít knedlík v krku
(to have a dumpling in the throat) •
An idiom used when someone is unable to speak or is speechless.
''Měl knedlík v krku, když vstoupil na pódium.''
''He was unable to speak when he entered the stage."
Submitted July 2020 by puteriang
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(break your neck) •
A common way to wish someone good luck. Instead of using ''a leg'' as it is in English, Czechs prefer to point to the upper body.
''Zlom vaz u zkoušky!''
''Break your neck at the exam!"
A colloquial expression used among close friends that can also be used as an insult.
''Hele, vole, máš dneska čas?''
''Hey, dude, are you free today?"