nemam reči

Šta je ovo?
Događalo mi se ponekad da baš moram da prevedem nešto sa srpskog na engleski, i udarim glavom o zid, kako i priliči prevodiocu. Jedan od tih zidova su reči koje ama nikako ne postoje u engleskom, nego mora okolo.Ako umete da pročitate ovaj tekst, onda vam objašnjenje tih reči ne treba - ali treba za anglofone čitaoce, a i da malo proverite jesam li ih valjano objasnio. Oko nekih sam konsultovao te anglofonce, neke su tako i nestale sa spiska, a oko većine pomoći nema.
11-IX-2005 - 25-I-2023 idi kući  
Reč koje nema
opisni prevod na engleski
javiti
report would be close enough, though „javiti“ is more „let know“
sekundara
the seconds hand on a clock
c'mon, this is a technical term, there must be a word for it
prometna tabela
transactional table
look „promet“ above - anything that happens and is registered goes into such tables, even when there was absolutely no transaction between any two entities. Even event logs are such traffic tables.
matična tabela
lookup table
but it remains a matična (matica is the queen bee, or mainstream of a river, or a register such as census) even if you never do any looking
prekosutra
the day after tomorrow
see prekjuče
prekjuče
the day before yesterday
too short
the other day
I like the use of definite article. There are only two days in existence, this day and the other one.
preksinoć
the evening before the last
see sinoć
sinoć
last night
actually wrong half of the time, because it may mean the whole night, while „sinoć“ actually means yesterday evening
even though the root of the word means „this night“, but the word for that is now „noćas“
obnarodovati
make publicly known
elektroničar
literally, electronician, in simple analogy to electrician. Though it may mean both an electronics engineer and a guy in repair shop.
gojiti se
to fatten (oneself)
but we never hear „I'm fattening“, it's always „I'm gaining weight“, which is not „gojiti se“, it's „dobijam na težini“.
nedojeben
fucked but incompletely; left unsatisfied.
retrovizor
rear view mirror
it's from the same latin that's everywhere in english, so why did not this word find its place?