słownik czesko - angielski

český jazyk - English

kapsa po angielsku:

1. pocket pocket

My pocket was picked.
I never thought this rubber band would come in handy when I put it in my pocket this morning.
That knife wasn't sharp and I couldn't cut the meat with it, so I resorted to using my pocket knife.
Most of our pocket wisdom is conceived for the use of mediocre people, to discourage them from ambitious attempts, and generally console them in their mediocrity.
My jacket has a secret pocket where I can hide money or other valuables.
Reaching into his pocket, Dima pulled out a giant briefcase.
As Season 2 started, Dima decided that he needed a new look, and - reaching into the pocket of his Armani - pulled out a pair of supercool shades.
How did you fit a briefcase into your pocket?! the woman asked, stunned.
Pocket calculators are as cheap to buy as a pair of socks, and as essential to thousands of British school children as a pencil and eraser.
While doing the wash she found a condom in the back pocket of her son's pants.
Four or five pens in one's shirt pocket is a dead giveaway for a nerd.
He pulled the box from his pocket. Tom put his hands in his pockets. She put the maps in the pocket of her backpack.
Carpets have the effect of a dust pocket, with merit of sucking up dust and stopping it flying around, but you can say that effect backfires.
he pocketed my cash
Who was wearing an expensive black suit with a pocket watch as well as a black turban

Angielskie słowo "kapsa" (pocket) występuje w zestawach:

1000 most important Czech nouns 551 - 600
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