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angielski english polski polish advanced
"It was set back from the street, another sign of
"There was also a growing
in China's middle class."
"Bush gets much less of their
than he did four years ago."
"I'm not sure why anyone would feel any
"For a young black woman in those days, the choice was
"We have here a plan of attack that is most
oblegać (to besiege)
"The city's once extensive library system has been
by financial difficulties."
"In 1325 Polish, in 1432 Hussite troops
zadziorny, napastliwy, agresywny
będący w stanie wojny
"He became very
and asked me did I even know how to dance at all."
"Men who have not seen enough combat, on the other hand, come home
to bequeath (sth to sb)
pozostawić, zapisać, przekazać w spadku
"He died in 1728 without bequeathing the land to anyone."
namawiać, zachęcać, nakłaniać
"But even the parents could not
their children from the house."
"Two years later, she was
back to her city team."
autor rubryki w gazecie, felietonista
to be contingent (on sth)
zależeć od czegoś
"The effectiveness of such bias is
the maintenance of..."
zdołać coś zrobić
"He had to
a way to let them find him."
"He was also
to do a great deal of work at the national museum."
"Another group, the
, appeared at just about the same time."
"My children are so
when it comes to food."
"At that time she was just 4 years old, very small and
the groundbreaking evolutionary research"
"Today no President would
the role of human rights."
"He often came to work late, was
and left early."
over the way things were going here."
"will be favourably selected
in detriment to
"That would be to the
of Europe' s economic position."
"The relationship between the President and the military is more difficult to
to discriminate (between/among/against)
/v. dɪˈskrɪm əˌneɪt; adj. -nɪt/
against one class and not another is wrong for me."
"I think we should really make an effort here to
between the current moment and the general development."
medical student with long hair stood by the door."
szerzyć, rozprzestrzenić, rozsiewać (o wiadomościach, poglądach)
"What's more, these practices were
down to the local level."
"Did you plan for this information to be
and actually used in practice?"
rozchodzić się (o opiniach)
rozwidlać, rozchodzić się (o liniach)
"He saw no reason to
from that policy now."
"Their lives had
, and there was nothing either of them could do about it."
ujawnić, wyjawić (to reveal, disclose)
"Or was it the case their father could not
"As a private company, it does not have to
posłuszny, potulny, uległy
"I have no idea how they kept them so
"They are also very
and easy to work with."
uszczęśliwiać, wprawiać w euforię
at nothing is to lose hold on reality."
"The president seemed pleased, and West knew he should have been
obdarzyć (with sth)
a word with power, you must understand it."
"The couple, who had just
a gallery at the Met, did not tell the press."
pozbawić sensu, podkopać
"the compromise among the parties
the bill that had been proposed"
"In the meantime, they've
the major part of the agency."
"Just thinking about what had happened made him
all over again."
"Well, they were
with him almost all the time."
budzący wstręt, obrzydzenie
"He and his
magazine hit a new low this time out, I'm afraid."
wybujały (o roślinach, komplementach)
pełen energii, entuzjastyczny
"I have never been in a town so full of
American design in the book, above right, is from 1952."
rozradowany, przepełniony radością
zmierzyć głębokość, gruntować
sążeń (miara głębokości)
the basic nature of man, so that man might be accommodated to the habitat that was the ghost."
"If all of the 14 cannot be used, the turn is
"He would be
his only means to get that education."
"It's amazing how
people are, he said to himself"
prawić kazania, ciskać gromy
"I began to
her, as my mother sometimes had."
"And it's not like I
the subject all the time."
nieposkromiona pycha, arogancka duma
"No mother's child should have to die for a president's
of a poor man from a rich city."
lejkowaty, stożkowaty (temrin botaniczny/medyczny)
podstępny, zdradziecki, pozornie niewinny
"But history seems to have
ways of following him around."
"Thus she had an
effect on those around her."
mdły, bezbarwny, bez wyrazu
"In fact, brandy was good almost any time, so much better than
"But if we did work that everyone liked, it would be
"As a consequence, a rule will be applicable to all terms which can be obtained by properly
"It was at last a response, but far from
"This was the first
thing she'd said in a week."
/ɪnˈtrɪn sɪk, -zɪk/
wewnętrzny, wrodzony (inherent, innate)
"It is about time to understand that information has an
"But there are other reasons,
to the work itself."
"And she did not mean to take her
out on the old man."
lekceważący, nie mający szacunku
"The studio show was known for its often
"He is not the most
observer of Japanese politics."
"The whites of the eyes were yellow and it was the
bujający w obłokach
"There was a little bit of a
approach to my free agency."
"Gone, too, will be some students'
approach to testing."
"In the beginning of the game, we were a little
"And those huge eyes of his always seemed to be
howl rose on the night air again!"
"They were also thought to be
at one point."
"It came out without thought, and sounded
in his own ears."
"Charles, of course, hates that phrase; he says it's
"PCP also releases adrenaline so users become immensely strong; if they become
they often need several people to control them."
"Is that how you deal with your
"I remembered her mention of his
over the price."
has been the biggest single drag on the country's growth."
"But he does not need to follow that
"To escape the
influence of fashion we need three things."
jasny, wyraźny, przejrzysty, klarowny
"The lower range is not so immediately
"His language has no peculiar neatness nor brilliancy, but it is
, pointed, and clear."
złowieszczy, zwiastujący coś (to be portentous of sth)
, though of what no one could say."
"There was something
in the group far below her."
"But to me, this is a coincidence and nothing especially
his past work as modern enough for the future."
"The academy also
a new question
: "How low can we go?"
"But the days will be the most
of your life."
"As a result, they are in a
"She had not expected to look down such a
"When the world is at the
of nuclear war."
to preponderate (over)
"One element may
here; and another there."
"And in balancing his faults and his perfections, the latter seemed rather to
"I did not think she would soon again be
to think you know more than the people in the field."
skłonność, inklinacja, tendencja (
to do sth, for sth)
"The human mind has a
to give in to the story at hand."
"The book had a
to fall open at one particular place."
nawracać (na wiarę), głosić wiarę
"So he is more than willing to go out and
"School officials said it would be considered
, so she was not allowed to."
pogodzenie się z kimś, pojednanie
is not possible, the wife may return to her family."
, they start trying to have a child."
"Will he be able to
himself in his family's eyes?"
"Not long after, I had the chance to
the ring from the pawnbroker"
ogranicznie (wydatków), okrojenie
"But it has not been completely a period of
has hit the air force and the navy."
root and branch
z korzeniami (idiom)
"At the same time the state system of education is also
issues will become more important in the back half of the year."
chaotyczny, źle zorganizowany
"And the paper was
in the way it came together."
"That may not sound too bad, but the country's infrastructure is
"I turned upon him with a
in my voice."
was enough to make the other three men back away a little."
"In fact, your post is a very fine example of ironic
"That little bit of
makes all the difference doesn't it?"
"Love is not something you can use up or
"The hour that they
now might make all the difference."
to suffuse (with)
"Olive oil, onion, garlic and tomato round out the flavors that
"Indeed, she pays specific homage to the shades whose style and concerns
life are building up in our bodies."
"Such environmental concerns, in fact,
nearly all the museum's displays."
"The risk of overlapping talent lineups means that each promoter must try to
his event with a distinct flair."
dziki, agresywny, gwałtowny (np. opór)
cięty, zjadliwy (o komentarzu)
"Why on earth did she have to sound like a
"There was something almost
in the way he said it."
drobny wzrost, podwyższenie (jakiejś wartości)
"The Sun has also had an
at the box office."
"Maybe these changes will create an
in our business."
"It was the last
of power left to her."
of these ancient times are still to be found today."
to wade (sth, through, into)
brodzić, brnąć, przebrnąć
wkroczyć (z atakiem)
right in and try to get them to stop."
"The water was too deep to
out to get him."
to wring, wrung, wrung
(one's hands) załamywać ręce
"President Bush went on
his hands and doing nothing."
"The words were
out of him almost against his will."
my heart to see her looking like this."
he put his feet back in the water, a little at a time."
"I did so
but felt them all turn to look."
"But I say now is not the time to be
"But even some of her friends think she has been too
/bru:sk; BrE brʊsk/
, as if the moment had never happened."
"The words might have been
, but his voice was not."
chudy i długi, patykowaty
"She is 15 years old,
and nearly six feet tall."
"His body was
enough that it got in the way more often than not."
"And still she held part of herself
"I gave him my
professional look and said nothing."
"I mean, they do spend an
amount of time together."
"Yet they seem to have an
respect for property."
gilt (to gild)
to gild (gilded/gilt) = złocić
"But it were well that all books had the top edge
"Without meaning to she looked at the big
ciemny, ponury, mroczny
mało znany (np. autor, pisarz)
"They talk in an
"It is an
island in the Pacific."
"I had an
feeling that something would go wrong."
rzucający się w oczy, widoczny
niezwykły, wyjątkowy, rażący, spektakularny
"I thought I'd try to get in and out without being
"Either of us following the woman about would be rather
"But to go to that small white church with the high
gave us hope."
"Of the old church only the 47-m-tall
synekura (dobrze płatna posada nie wymagająca dużego wysiłku)
"Life was not a task to him, but a
"It's not a
after all, being chairman of an international oil company."
for the dead"
"the French treat food with gentle
"This seemed to be a
saying at the time."
way he comes out with the things."
zwariowana komedia, śmieszny film
BrE zawracanie głowy
"What on earth put you up to such a
"No one who is in on the
should make any money."
lustre (BrE), luster
"But back home, the
has been lost a little."
"Since then, it appears to have lost some of its
oblicze, mina, wyraz twarzy
"Numbly he recognized the
which were turned toward him."
"Barney had seen some
in his time and stayed alive by reading them."
and motions have lost every trace of animation."
"But with her
in the light, she looked already dead."
"His face had taken on the
of a dead man."
rozwlekły (o przemowie, książce)
"And there are two different issues that we're sort of
"They said it had been
with other accounts held by the church."
these two items gets us in trouble every time."
prawdziwy, rzeczywisty, odpowiedni
"I require veritable proof."
"The Unitarians were relentlessly hunted down and a veritable reign of terror ensued."
"In cultures like this one, actually doing work was considered a social
"He had made that sacrifice in a spirit of
"A fit of
because they held out too long."
"Sure, it had been in a moment of
, but still."
/ˈsɛlf kənˈsit, ˌsɛlf-/
"As for the other three, they are motivated solely by
has left its mark on ancient monuments as well."
tępy, ograniczony, głupi
"Still, you have to be pretty
to not see the potential there."
"You would need to be pretty
to wonder why."
"The subject is not so
as I thought it was."
"Some of his later work was too experimental or
for the critics and the public."
"His very first question however put me in a
"She was in a
as to what to say."
trudny, męczący (np. podróż)
żmudny, mozolny (np. nauka, ćwiczenia)
"It was going to be a long and
"It had been an
process to get to this point."
"In both cases they are are tall and ancient trees that have outlived a thousand political
of fortune experienced in this family do not end in sadness."
"the White Whale
himself into furious speed"
zasypać (np. pytaniami)
"The low lying areas were
by flood waters."
with emails from the portal?"
"The marriage did not get off to a very auspicious start."
"The cars were not selling well, not a particularly auspicious start for a special edition."
"But the road to European integration is not a rose-strewn path"
"It was no easy task and the path was strewn with pitfalls."
"Sarah knew better than to admonish him for his threat."
"They were admonished and then asked to leave the room."