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  1. ABJURE

    (abdziure)
    • (v) to reject, renounce (zrezygnowac z czegos, zrzec sie, odstapic od czegos)
    • To prove his honesty, The president abjured the evil policies of his wicked predecessor.
  2. ABJURE - wypierac sie czegos, odwolywac slowo
  3. AFFINITY
    • (n) a natural feeling of closeness
    • Jerry didn't know why, but he felt an incredible affinity for Kramer the first time they met.
    • pokrewienstwo, przyciaganie
  4. CIRCUMLOCUTION
    • (N) indirect and wordy language
    • The professor's habit of speaking in circumlocution made it difficult to follow his lectures.
    • syrkomlokjuszyn
    • omowienie
  5. AFFABLE (afebol)
    • (adj) friendly, amiable
    • People like to be around George because he is so affable and good-natured.
    • uprzejmy, grzeczny, slodki
    • amiable - sympatyczny (emiebol)
  6. ABSTRUSE
    • (ADJ) hard to comprehend
    • Everyone else in the class understood geometry easily, but John found the subject.
    • comprehend (n) zrozumiec
    • (kamprihend)

  7. CLEAVE
    • 1. (v) to divide into parts (rozlupac, przeciac, pekac)
    • Following the scandalous disgrace of their leader, the entire political party cleaved into warring factions.
    • 2. (v) to stick together firmly
    • After resolving their marital problems, Junior and Rosa cleaved to one another all the more tightly.


  8. ADEPT


    • (adj) extremely skilled - (biegly)
    • Tarzan was adept at jumping from tree to tree like a monkey.

  9. AGGRIEVED

    Agriwd
    • zasmucony, skrzywdzony, dotkniety bolesnie
    • (adj) distressed, wronged, injured
    • The foreman mercilessly overworked his aggrieved employees.
    • distressed - nieszczesliwy, strapiony

  10. ABDICATE
    • zrzec sie np. stanowiska
    • (v) to give up a position, usually one of leadership
    • When he realized that the revolutionaries would surely win, the king abdicated his throne.
  11. AGNOSTIC


    egnastic
    • agnostyczny, niewierzacy
    • (adj.) believing that the existence of God cannot be proven or disproven
    • Joey's parents are very religious, but he is agnostic.


  12. ADVERSE
    • niepomyslny, niekorzystny, wrogi
    • (adj) antagonistic, unfavorable, dangerous
    • Because of adverse conditions, the hikers decided to give up trying to climb the mountain.
    • antaganistic - antagonistyczny, przeciwstawny, wrogi


  13. COLLOQUIAL

    kolokiuol
    • potoczny
    • (adj) characteristic of informal conversation
    • Adam's essay on sexual response in primates was marked down because it cantained too many colloquial expressions.


  14. ABIDE
    • wytrzymac np. probe, znosic, dotrzymywac np. obietnicy
    • 1. (v) to put up with
    • Though he did not agree with the decision, Chuck decided to abide by it.
    • 2. (v) to remain -(pozostawac)
    • Despite the beating they've taken from the weather throughout the millennia, the mountains abide.


  15. COGNIZANT

    kaknyzent
    • kompetentny
    • adj. aware, mindful -(uwazajacy, pamietajacy)
  16. Jake avoided speaking to women in bars because he was cognizant of the fact that drinking impairs judgment.
    • cognizance - kompetencja, wiedza


  17. ACCEDE

    aksid
    • wyrazinc zgode, przylaczyc sie, przystapic np. do partii, obejmowac np. urzad
    • (v) to agree
    • When the class asked the teacher whether they could play baseball instead of learn grammar, they expected him to refuse, but instead, he accede to their request.


  18. AGGREGATE

    1. agrygejt
    2.agryget
    • calosc, ogol, suma, zespol
    • 1. (N) a whole or total, sum
    • The three branches of the U.S Government form an aggregate much more powerful than its individual.
    • 2. (v) to gather into a mass, assemble, collect, accumulate
    • The dictator tried to aggregate as many people into hes army as he possibly could
    • gather- zbierac sie, gromadzic sie, gromadzic np. sily

  19. DISCERN
    • odroaniac , doszukac sie, rezeznac, rozpoznac,
    • (v) to perceive, detect
    • Though he hid his emotions, she discern from his body language that he was angry.
    • perceive - realize, become aware of through senses.


  20. AFFLUENT

    afluent
    • zamozny, zasobny, majetny
    • (adj) rich, wealthy
    • Mrs. Grebelski was affluent, owning a huge house,three cars, and an island near Maine.


  21. COGENT

    kodzent
    • przekonywojacy
    • (adj). intelectually convincing
    • Irene's arguments in favor of abstinence were so cogent that I could not resist them.
    • cogency (n) - sila przekonywania, zdolnosc przekonywania


  22. ABRIDGE

    abrydz
    • skracac, ograniczac
    • 1. (v) to cut down, shorten
    • The publisher thought the dictionary was too long and abridged it.
    • 2. (adj) shortened
    • Moby-Dick is such a long book that even the abridged version is longer than most normal books.

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