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bite off more than you can chew id.
a se întinde mai mult decât îi e plapuma

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"bite off more than you can": examples and translations in context
He said for me to tell you to lay off and not to bite off more than you can chew. Mi-a transmis să-ți spun, să nu muști mai mult decât poți mesteca.
Not to mention, "Never bite off more than you can chew." Ca să nu mai spunem: "Nu cere mai mult decât poți duce."
You try so hard to impress people that you always bite off more than you can chew. încerci sa impresionezi niște oameni care sunt prea multi ca sa ii poți înghite.
And I know from bitter experience that if you bite off more than you can chew, you'll feckin' choke. Știu din experiență, că dacă te întinzi mai mult decât ți-e plapuma, sfârșești rău.
Looks like someone tried to help Failey bite off more than she can chew. Se pare că cineva a încercat să ajute Failey musca off mai mult decât ea poate mesteca.
Do not bite any off and chew it. Să nu mușcați sau să mestecați.
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bite, bit, bitter, blister

Collaborative Dictionary     English-Romanian
v.
a mușca
n.
mușcătură
v.
a mesteca
prep.
decât
pron.
tu
pron.
mai mult
adv.
mai mult
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