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  1. „issue” This is a very important political issue.
    kwestia, problem, zagadnienie
  2. „participate” Eight schools participated in the project.
    brać udział
  3. „found” Founded in 1935 in Ohio, Alcoholics Anonymous is now a world-wide organisation.
    założyć
  4. „fund” This is just one of many projects funded by the EU.
    finansować
  5. „vulnerable” The army was in a vulnerable position.
    podatny na wpływ, narażony na atak
  6. „fundraising” Since she retired, my mother's been involved in loads of fundraising activities.
    kwestowanie, gromadzenie funduszy
  7. „telethon” Tomorrow night there's a telethon to raise money for victims of the recent tsunami.
    dobroczynna akcja audiotele w telewizji
  8. „the album features…” His new album features remixes of all his classic songs.
    na albumie znajdują się…
  9. „sketch” Dave drew a rough sketch of his apartment.
    szkic
  10. „powerful” Who is the most powerful man in Hollywood?
    mocny, potężny
  11. „transmit” We transmit our programme from the back of my father's van!
    transmitować
  12. „version” The original version of the film was much better.
    wersja
  13. „bucket” I need to buy a new bucket - there's a hole in this one!
    wiadro
  14. „eye-opening” I watched a really eye-opening documentary about the black market on TV last night.
    rewelacyjny, otwierający oczy
  15. „jelly” We had strawberry jelly and ice cream for dessert.

    galaretka
  16. „hoot” The driver hooted at me as he drove past.
    trąbić
  17. „corridor” Please wait in the corridor.
    korytarz
  18. „unaccustomed” He was a country boy, unaccustomed to an urban way of life.
    nieprzyzwyczajony
  19. „worn out” You look worn out.
    zmęczony, wycieńczony
  20. „burst with energy” Our new puppy is absolutely bursting with energy!
    tryskać energią
  21. „donation” Please make a donation to the hospital fund.
    datek
  22. „recruit” It’s not easy to recruit well-qualified people.
    rekrut
  23. „guideline” New EU guidelines on meat production have been introduced for European farmers.
    wskazówki
  24. „volume” Can you turn down the volume on the TV?
    głośność
  25. „campaign” Have you been following the American election campaigns?
    kampania
  26. „desert” What's the biggest desert on Earth?
    pustynia
  27. „research” Scientific research into heart disease.
    badania naukowe
  28. „wrap” The present was wrapped in gold paper.
    pakować
  29. „subtropical” My country has a subtropical climate.
    podzwrotnikowy, subtropikalny
  30. „homemade” Homemade jam.
    domowy (zrobiony w domu)
  31. „debt” She's in a lot of debt to the bank.
    dług
  32. „domestic violence” Police are investigating a serious case of domestic violence where a young woman was hospitalised last night.
    przemoc domowa
  33. „drought” The biggest drought in a decade continues to affect people living in western Africa.
    susza
  34. „drug abuse” Drug abuse is still a big problem in the poorer areas of the city.
    zażywanie narkotyków
  35. „drunkenness” The majority of weekend hospital emergencies are related to drunkenness.
    pijaństwo
  36. „famine” Did you see that TV programme last night about the great potato famine in Ireland.
    głód
  37. „homelessness” The thing that shocked me the most about the country was the level of homelessness.
    bezdomność
  38. „lack” The lack of clean drinking water is often the biggest cause of disease after a natural disaster.
    brak
  39. „obesity” One of the biggest health problems in the UK is obesity.
    otyłość
  40. „poverty” Poverty and unemployment are increasing.
    bieda
  41. „decrease” Crime in urban areas decreased by 30% last year.
    spadek
  42. „permit” You need a permit to park your car here.
    pozwolenie
  43. „research project” The scientists have just begun a three-year research project.
    projekt badawczy
  44. „raise awareness” Health officials have tried to raise awareness about AIDS.
    podnieść świadomość ludzi
  45. „tent” We looked for a place to put up our tent.
    namiot
  46. „blanket” If you get cold during the night, there are extra blankets in the wardrobe.
    koc
  47. „track” You can download her new track from the internet.
    piosenka, kawałek, numer
  48. „accountable” The government is accountable to the people.
    odpowiedzialny
  49. „CCTV” They've just installed CCTV cameras on my street.
    kamera przemysłowa
  50. „citizen” The mayor urged citizens to begin preparing for a major storm.
    obywatel
  51. „deterrent” The new law should be an effective deterrent to car thieves.
    odstraszacz
  52. „hand over” The soldiers were ordered to hand over their guns.
    przekazać, oddać
  53. „invasion” I think that having CCTV on our streets is a complete invasion of privacy.
    inwazja
  54. „keep track” I find it hard to keep track of new trends in fashion.
    śledzić na bieżąco
  55. „law-abiding” She is a responsible, law-abiding citizen.
    przestrzegający prawa
  56. „log” Excuse me, I wish to log a complaint.
    zanotować, zarejestrować
  57. „microchip” Japan’s largest producer of microchips has just opened a factory in the UK.
    mikroukład
  58. „monitor” Your manager will closely monitor your progress.
    monitorować, nadzorować
  59. „number plate” What colour are the number plates in your country?
    tablice rejestracyjne
  60. „privacy” Teenagers need some privacy.
    prywatność
  61. „speed camera” There are speed cameras everywhere nowadays!
    fotoradar
  62. „surveillance” Police have the man under surveillance.
    nadzór
  63. „put up” We looked for a place to put up our tent.
    postawić, wybudować
  64. „travel pass” If ticket collectors catch you without a travel pass you'll get a fine.
    bilet elektroniczny
  65. „stretch of beach” a beautiful stretch of beach
    odcinek plaży
  66. „filter” filtered drinking water
    filtrować
  67. „identity card” If you want to buy alcohol you'll have to show your identity card to prove you're of age.
    dowód tożsamości
  68. „official” US Administration officials
    oficjele, przedstawiciele
  69. „infiltrate” Police attempts to infiltrate neo-Nazi groups have been unsuccessful.
    infiltrować, przeniknąć
  70. „hacker” A hacker had managed to get into the system.
    haker
  71. „install” The company has installed security cameras.
    zainstalować
  72. „surge” a surge in oil prices
    skok, wzrost
  73. „spot check” Police are doing spot checks on cars.
    wyrywkowa kontrola
  74. „landline” I'll be at home, so you can call me on the landline.
    telefon stacjonarny
  75. „register” You need to register with a doctor.
    zarejestrować się
  76. „installation” the installation and maintenance of alarm systems
    instalacje
  77. „safeguard” laws to safeguard endangered animals
    zabezpieczenie, ochrona
  78. „secure” a secure job
    bezpieczny
  79. „identify” She was unable to identify her attacker.
    identyfikować
  80. „regard” I’ve always regarded you as my friend.
    uważać kogoś/coś za…
  81. „violation” human rights violations
    pogwałcenie
  82. „council” The local council decided to build a new school.
    samorząd
  83. „taxpayer” It will cost taxpayers 1.3 million.
    podatnik
  84. „pursue a career” He hoped to pursue a career in film-making.
    dążyć do sukcesu
  85. „resolve” efforts to resolve the conflict in the Middle East
    rozwiązać (problem)
  86. „request” The pilot requested permission to land.
    poprosić, zażądać
  87. „coordinate” Matching bag and accessories provide a complete ensemble of colour coordinates.
    współrzędna
  88. „enclose” Please enclose your payment.
    załączyć
  89. „ensure” Ensure that the fire doors are kept clear.
    upewnić się
  90. „technique” guitar-playing techniques
    technika, metoda, sposób
  91. „blur” His writing blurred beneath her tired eyes.
    rozmazywać się
  92. „prompt” Prompt action must be taken.
    natychmiastowy
  93. „frame” a picture in a wooden frame
    rama
  94. „legal” It’s perfectly legal to charge a fee.
    legalny
  95. „fine” You'll pay a fine if your dog leaves something on the grass.
    kara, grzywna
  96. „plain” She was a plain woman and not a queen.
    zwyczajny, niewyszukany
  97. „cosmetic surgery” She decided to have a cosmetic surgery of her nose.
    chirurgia kosmetyczna
  98. „theft” Car theft is on the increase in this area.
    kradzież
  99. „reduction” a reduction in the number of students choosing science
    obniżka, redukcja, zmniejszenie
  100. „to some extent” I agree to some extent.
    do pewnego stopnia
  101. „convince” Her arguments didn’t convince me.
    przekonać
  102. „injection” The nurse gave me an injection.
    zastrzyk
  103. „liposuction” She wasn't fat but decided to have liposuction.
    odsysanie tłuszczu
  104. „file sharing” 2 years in prison for murder and 5 for file sharing
    udostępnianie plików
  105. „stereotype” stereotypical images of women
    stereotyp
  106. „multi-tasking” Women are really good at multi-tasking
    wielozadaniowość, wykonywanie wielu czynności na raz
  107. „unethical” The scientists have been charged with unethical medical practices.
    nieetyczny
  108. „justifiable” I think the judge made a justifiable decision.
    usprawiedliwiony, uzasadniony
  109. „inevitable” Death is inevitable.
    nieunikniony
  110. „inoffensive” I thought the joke was completely inoffensive.
    nieszkodliwy, niewinny (żart)
  111. „outrageous” The price of petrol these days is absolutely outrageous!
    oburzający, skandaliczny
  112. „possession” Prisoners were allowed no personal possessions.
    własność, przedmiot osobisty
  113. „wealthy” an extremely wealthy family
    bogaty, zamożny
  114. „decline” Coffee production declined.
    chylić się ku upadkowi
  115. „consumerism” the power of consumerism today
    konsumpcjonizm
  116. „by instalments” We’re paying for the car by monthly instalments.
    na raty
  117. „rat race” People working in multinational corporations are in a continuous rat race.
    wyścig szczurów
  118. „assumption” We’re working on the assumption that prices will rise.
    założenie
  119. „purchase” Where did you purchase the car?
    zakup
  120. „designer label” a designer label such as Chanel
    "droga metka"
  121. „treadmill” I run on treadmill every day.
    bieżnia (przyrząd)
  122. „diminish” The country’s political influence has diminished recently.
    pomniejszać, zmniejszać, maleć
  123. „unreliable” The buses here are often unreliable.
    zawodny, niesolidny, nierzetelny
  124. „companionship” She joined the club for companionship.
    towarzystwo (np. innych ludzi)
  125. „suitable” We are hoping to find a suitable school.
    odpowiedni, pasujący
  126. „whereas” Nowadays the journey takes six hours, whereas then it took several weeks.
    podczas gdy
  127. „independent” a small independent bookshop
    niezależny, niepodległy
  128. „concept” the concept of freedom for all
    koncept, zamysł, idea
  129. „stimulating” a stimulating conversation
    inspirujący, stymulujący
  130. „burglary” Burglaries have risen by 5%.
    włamanie
  131. „measure” I measured it with a ruler.
    mierzyć
  132. „latter” the latter part of November
    (ten) drugi, późniejszy
  133. „victim” victims of crime
    ofiara
  134. „suicide” There’s been a rise in the number of suicides among young men.
    samobójstwo
  135. „overpopulation” efforts to reduce overpopulation
    przeludnienie
  136. „current” her current boyfriend
    obecny
  137. „nickname” His nickname was ‘Curly’ because of his hair.
    pseudonim
  138. „admire” I always admired my mother for her courage and patience.
    podziwiać, uwielbiać

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