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English-Czech Translation of
Can t find bředly

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Can't find "bředly" in dictionaries  
by bezkydbard (US), 2014-06-27, 16:19  Spam?  
My best guess is that this is similar/related to břehy, "bank" or "shore," which makes some sense in context. Any suggestions? (I'm also curious about the verb in the first line below - what's the main action?)

"...přes řeku vzpomínek loďky snů bředly,
motýl mi na ruku sednul."

Díky moc!
Answer:
not commonly used a word  #760666
by bacek73 (CZ), 2014-07-01, 08:04  Spam?  
Ahoj,

bředly - in my opinion is it something like "sink"

Možná ti někdo poradí lépe.
Answer:
"bředly"  #819089
by renbyska (SK), 2015-10-03, 18:10  Spam?  
I know it´s a little bit late (after one year) but I think it´s never late to expand one´s knowledge and better late than never. As a professional translator I frequently come across some words (often archaic, poetic), specialized terms, idioms etc. which I don´t know and it´s simply impossible to consult every problem with an expert. Thank God there is internet today with search engine tools. So my professional advice is - do not hesitate to google, search, investigate, dig!
In this special case after looking for "bředly", this is what came out of it:
https://www.google.sk/#q=b%C5%99edly
https://cs.wiktionary.org/wiki/b%C5%99%C3%ADsti
and subsequently http://ssjc.ujc.cas.cz/search.php?heslo=b%C5%99%C3%ADsti&sti=EM...
"Bředly" is past tense of "břísti" and means "to ford", to cross a e.g. river over a shallow place.
Good luck in the future!

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