słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

at po angielsku:

1. good


Good for you.
It's a good idea to study the language and culture of the country you're going to visit.
This is a sentence, that has the syllable count, of a good haiku.
Good morning. You're a bit late today, aren't you? "Yes, I ran into a bit of trouble."
A wide leather belt would look good with that dress.
The transfer student in the other class is a super good looking guy.
It's a good idea, to be sure, but it's hard to put it into practice.
The good harvest brought down the price of rice.
We had a good many anxious moments, but everything turned out all right in the end.
The true secret of writing a good letter is to write as if you were talking.
Generally speaking, a waiter in Japan gives good service.
Some people insist that television does more harm than good.
I hear that studying in the morning is more effective. Studying one hour in the morning is as good as three hours at night.
You can teach good manners to children without resorting to punishment.
His old company gave him the shaft. But I admire the way he turned bad luck into good and did even better with his own business.

Angielskie słowo "at" (good) występuje w zestawach:

Prepositions ANG

2. aimed


The man aimed a gun at the detectives.
She aimed at the target.
The new birth policy is aimed at achieving zero population growth.
I aimed at the tiger and fired, but missed him.
The hunters aimed at the elephant.
She aimed to become an actress.
The remark was aimed at you.
He picked up the rifle and aimed it at the target.
This text is aimed at beginners.
Many revolutions have aimed to abolish the aristocracy.
His criticisms were aimed at the Japanese government.
This TV show is aimed at children.
Education shouldn't be aimed at passing a test.
The governor's speech was aimed at the press.
Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.

Angielskie słowo "at" (aimed) występuje w zestawach:

FCE - podręcznik, unit 10

3. The age of



Angielskie słowo "at" (The age of) występuje w zestawach:

prepositional phrases

4. The expense of



5. The latest



6. The time



7. bad


Is it bad?
Why has Japan let pollution get so bad?
The bananas you brought to me last night were all bad.
His old company gave him the shaft. But I admire the way he turned bad luck into good and did even better with his own business.
If we hang tight, I'm sure we can make it through these bad times.
From personal experience, I know that any encounter with him will leave a bad taste in your mouth.
This increase in the number of unemployed people is a result of the bad economy.
I can make a distinction between good and bad.
It's not right for you to do something bad just because someone else has done something bad.
According to the old man I met yesterday, cockroaches can be eaten and don't taste all that bad.
What happened in Vietnam was like a bad dream.
I think his method of teaching has good points and bad points.
It wasn't my lucky day. First, I got a parking ticket and then things went from bad to worse when I got pulled over for making a U-turn.
Any play opening to bad reviews won't last long.
Hey, has this been sitting out on the dinner table all day? It has to go in the refrigerator or it'll go bad.

8. excellent


Excellent reviews.
He answered my questions by the exercise of his excellent memory.
When I have a house of my own, I shall be miserable if I have not an excellent library.
In short some guns have excellent security systems to prevent accidental firing (e.g. when dropped), others don't.
The disadvantage of excellent insulation is that it quickly leads to overheating.
He handled things wonderfully, playing it by ear the whole way. I have to say he did an excellent job.
One problem is how the enterprises arrange posts for excellent female students, but another important point is whether the educational industry can grow and supply creative students needed for Japan's future.
Yes, that would be excellent. How much does it cost?
Everyone had a very enjoyable time and the food was excellent
This shop sells excellent souvenirs. You should try it.
Employee performance appraisals with overall ratings of "excellent" can result in rewards, such as higher pay, promotions or other forms of recognition.
When you taste it, you will find all this food excellent and very nourishing.
With both song and dance, the performers put on an excellent show.
Application to his studies brought him excellent results in the final examination.
Can you say how employees may be recognized for excellent performance?

9. aim


My aim is to learn enough English so I don't need to carry a dictionary with me when I travel.
Even when their main aim is to relax, travellers said that they enjoyed seeing the sights.
to aim
Beyond the novel, we come to works whose avowed aim is information.
No one in the village knew that the soldiers were taking aim at their village.
All of these sports and many others are dominated by the human urge to aim at something.
Granting that the aim is right, how will you carry out the plan?
Companions with the same aim, to carve out their own future, cooperate with each other.
They're some developers who aim to make a fast buck!
Our aim is that, when planning classes, we know how to select stimulating material for the students and how to put it into use.
They aimed to create products that were simple in design and could be easily mass produced. Some Bauhaus designers even tried to create an 'International Style', which would be suitable for all countries, cultures and traditions.
for/at sth / to do sth / be aimed at doing sth. - Aimed at higher efficiency or income
The government is aiming for 100% employment.
Sally hopes to get good marks because she’s aiming to go to university.

10. quick


Come quick!
He does not care for any sport involving team work or quick responses to other players.
Anxious for a quick decision, the chairman called for a vote.
I bought the really quick popcorn machine as a Christmas present.
If there are past exam questions then I think it would be best to give them a quick look over.
He's a good kid - very quick on the uptake and he does whatever needs to be done.
She's quick on her feet, so no matter what you say to her, she'll have a witty comeback.
Quick, let's get started on the project proposal while the idea is still fresh in our minds. There's no time like the present.
I'll try giving the book "Reiko's Recommended" a quick skim read on the spot.
After a quick breakfast of toast and coffee I got on the train and was on my way.
Diet pills aren't a quick fix for losing weight. You have to eat healthier and exercise too.
Maybe I should add some sentences without translations too. It's a very quick way to improve the rating of your language.
She lifted one corner of the napkin which covered her basket and let me have a quick look.
In the principles of love, quick disappointments are usually described as remedies.

11. shout


shout at
That man was standing a little ways away, but he turned when he heard Tom shout.
He ordered the boys not to shout in the classroom.
Don't shout at the crying child. It only adds fuel to the fire.
I used to shout but you couldn't hear me sometimes.
The woman tried to shout out "Help!" but the word stuck in her throat.
As they walk up and down the rows they shout, "Get your hot dogs here! Get your hot dogs!"
If you shout from the top of a cliff, you can hear the echo of your voice.
There's no need to shout, I can here you....... I wish you'd stop shouting at the children........ "He's down here!" she shouted to Allison........ Don't shout in a class.
They were interrupted by the shout from pavement artist
I would shout ‘down’ at it several times.
We heard a loud shout of happiness when the graduation ceremony ended.
It's always so quiet, there are no noisy children screaming and shouting.
If I was left alone on the elevator at four in the morning, I'd shout to attract the neighbors' attention.

12. smile


A smile may convey understanding, joy, or an appreciation of humor.
Russians never smile.
He loves her hair, her smile, her eyes? Wow, he is fucking good at telling lies!
Our smile, which is understandable in the context of Japanese culture, sometimes causes a lot of confusion and is notorious among foreign people as a mysterious smile.
I'm not angry. Look, see this smiling face? "That's what they call a forced smile!"
You could tell by the ear-to-ear grin that came to his face that he really had something to smile about.
She said good-bye with a smile, but there was a good deal of bitterness in her heart.
I guess Ichiko is a fellow rule-breaker, she's sending me a smile filled with affection for a comrade.
I have one final piece of advice related to handshakes: Remember to smile.
The first time I went to Russia I smiled at everyone and translated every please and thank you into Russian.
I believe that one should pay taxes with a smile. I tried it, but they wanted money.
Being able to smile while in great distress is not duck soup for a passionate individual.
It is often pointed out that a vague smile is typical of the Japanese.
I would swim through the ocean just to see your smile again.
You're never fully dressed, until you put up a smile.

13. stare


Don't stare at people.
He gave me a blank stare.
The vacant stare of dolls' eyes has always creeped me out.
Are we human because we stare at the stars or do we stare at the stars because we are human?
Whenever the school bell rang, Ivan would stare into space and drool. Several failed exorcisms later, his parents realized that he was the reincarnation of one of Pavlov's dogs.
However, it captivated me and I would stare often at it, as though there was a deeper message buried within.
As she fetched Dima the suit, the shopkeeper noticed smears of blood on his shirt, and couldn't help but stare in shock.
I screamed and everyone stared. / They stared up at the hole in the ceiling.
The judge stared at Gandih and finally told him to take off his turban
She bent down and stared at a computer screen. / I just lay there and stared at the ceiling. / He stared at me... and then he just laughed.
The painting was so strange I stared at it for a long time.
They have to stare at a computer all day.
But I'm gonna stare at his wife's boobs so hard
We all stared out the window.
It's embarrassing to be seen without make-up so please don't stare.

14. na


Mysz jest na kartonie.
Książki są na półce.

Angielskie słowo "at" (na) występuje w zestawach:

przyimki I inne

15. skilled


My father is a skilled fisherman.
The average skilled workers now earn over $10,000 a year.
Industrial countries require a lot of skilled labor.
A skilled mechanic earns decent wages.
How long does it take to get reasonably skilled?
The position requires applicants to be skilled in spoken English.
Skilled soldiers know how to use their environment as a weapon.
John Smith is a skilled doctor, we should hire him.
Tom is very skilled in designing web sites.
skilled worker
They were also skilled craftspeople.
to be skilled as a diplomat
Shop assisatns need to be skilled at dealing with customers.
Prehistoric men were skilled in knapping.

Angielskie słowo "at" (skilled) występuje w zestawach:

preposition 7,8

16. sit


I told you we should've gotten here earlier. Now there aren't any places left to sit.
Sit tight.
When you paint a self-portrait, you sit staring hard at yourself.
It doesn't make much sense to me that we aren't allowed to sit here.
Nietzsche spoke of "Übermenschen," not "Übermänner," so your supermen and overmen can go sit on a fencepost.
My leg cramped up as I ran down the stairs to catch a train, and I had to sit down right there in the middle of the stairway.
I sit in front of a computer screen all day, so I get pretty heavily bombarded by electro-magnetic waves.
No overseas adoptions yet? What kind of celebrity are you, anyway? Go sit at the kid's table with Kathy Griffin and Gary Busey!
An unclaimed child and his dog sit by the railroad tracks.
I mean, when I watch T. V. I'd sit in it.
Gentlemen, lift the toilet seat! Ladies also like to sit dry.
I know you're at an age where sexual desire flourishes and you want to do 'you-know-what' with 'that' but... well, sit down there.
An Englishman, a Belgian and a Dutchman enter a pub and sit down at the counter. Says the barkeeper, "Wait a minute, is this a joke or what?"
I can't go out today as I've been told to house sit.
You can do anything with mayonnaise, except sit on it.

Angielskie słowo "at" (sit) występuje w zestawach:

przyrostki too

17. speed


What's your speed?
Speed kills.
If the distance you move the pen is too small, the speed too slow, it can't recognize the gestures well and you can't operate it in the way you thought.
We sped into the narrow track, hardly dropping any speed. "It's a short cut!" "Oi! It's a footpath!!"
Science and technology have come to pervade every aspect of our lives and, as a result, society is changing at a speed which is quite unprecedented.
But light does not travel at the same speed through all materials; it goes slower through some than through others.
Translating sentences one by one is too slow for you? You want to increase your rank in Tatoeba, or the rank of your language, at the speed of light? So this is for you!
In particular, it is customary for actual examples of use of the harmonic mean to generally cover "average speed," and explain no further than that.
In fact, to move at any speed the polar bear uses twice as much energy as do most other mammals.
The high speed, high comfort electric train Minsk—Brest will depart in five minutes from the fourth track at the second platform.
While a brain operation is being performed, both doctors and nurses must handle the patient with kid gloves and yet with all speed practical.
So, in order to measure the speed of sound, all I've got to do is know its frequency.
4-speed automatic transmission is available as an option.
You can tell this is college radio. First of all, they actually play records; secondly, they keep playing them at the wrong speed.

18. short notice


This was the best room we could get at such short notice.
Ask if parents can bring their children in on short notice.
It's such short notice. We are moving in two weeks!
Sorry for the short notice

19. sea


The sea is rough.
In fact, the sea has already risen 10 centimeters since the beginning of this century.
As Jesus passed along the Sea of Galilee, he saw Simon and his brother Andrew casting a net into the lake.
Christopher Columbus disliked Spanish brothels, as he found them dirty and too expensive. Instead, he would go out to sea, get lured in - on purpose - by the Siren's song, and then have a rocking good time.
In the latest report, it is written that 90% of all the cocaine smuggled in the world is transported by sea, and most of that by speedboat.
In Germany, there's a superstition that if you light a cigarette off a candle, a sailor will die at sea.
Little did Christopher Columbus know that future pirates are mostly internet pirates: The closest they will ever get to surfing the sea is being in a bathtub.
Christopher Columbus drank sea water straight up.
The Sea of Japan naming dispute revolves around efforts to remove 'Sea of Japan' from the world's maps and replace it with 'East Sea'.
At the outset of the long voyage I was seasick, but I gradually began to get my sea legs.
With his crew stranded at sea, Christopher Columbus was able to save them from starvation by pulling 100 rabbits out of his hat.
Australians all let us rejoice for we are young and free. We’ve golden soil and wealth for toil. Our home is girt by sea.
Is it true that the Pacific side of Japan is cheerful while the Sea of Japan side of Japan is more quiet?

20. random


They met at random.
I didn't really prepared for the party - just put on some random clothes.
The difference between a strictly quasilinear function and a quasilinear function is that, in the second case, the finite difference between two random points may be equal to zero.
A random variable is definitely a constant if the variance is zero
As a consequence of its fun factor, Tatoeba contains random bits of factual information.
The teacher chose random exercises for the test.
Some random guy gave me a hundred bucks. You don't want some random dude telling you how to live your life.
the random killing of innocent people; a random sample/selection
Yesterday, I met that random guy who looked like Tom Ellis.
My software never has bugs. It just has random features.
Maybe it's some random part in a in a game.
He chose at random a sample of people in the middle of America and asked them to send packages to a stranger in the state of Massachussetts.
there are too many random factors which make impossible grade people as they should
The goal of random drug testing is deterrence and early intervention.
Pick a few random sentences (just 2 or 3), record them, and send us the samples at team@tatoeba.org, with the title "Audio for Tatoeba in <language_name>".

21. peace


They made peace.
Is world peace made possible by friendship?
His utter failure at the last peace conference has taught him to arm himself to the teeth with new tricks and tactics.
For world peace, therefore, we must develop the consciousness that we are all one people of planet Earth through continual international cultural and economic exchange.
I am also proud to carry with me the goodwill of the American people, and a greeting of peace from Muslim communities in my country: assalaamu alaykum.
Although the phrase "world peace" sounds attractive, the road to world peace is very long and full of troubles.
After countless burials of the hatchet, we always dig it up again. There doesn't seem to be any sign of an ever-lasting peace.

22. one's request



23. odds with



24. least


At least Tom stuck around long enough to find out how much money he owed.
The world's greatest singers and most of its famous musicians have been fat or at least decidedly plump.
Least said, soonest mended.
I have these little habits that show themselves when I least expect it, so I have to watch myself.
Yes, that's me, said Al-Sayib. "But there's at least one of us in every country. And we all like Fanta, as well as putting noobs in their place."
Even if your sentences were actually senseless, you at least have the luck to be able to form beautiful sentences.
Pages are usually at least 4 KiB (4×1024 bytes) in size, and systems with large virtual address ranges or large amounts of real memory generally use larger page sizes.
That's right. At the least I wish they'd add one to the first floor as well ... Wait a mo! Why are you here!? "'Why' is obvious isn't it? It's so we can go to the toilet together."
The U.N. has condemned the Somalia suicide bombing that took the lives of at least 33 people on Tuesday, including six members of Parliament
Unless otherwise decided by the directors, if the company has a common seal and it is affixed to a document, the document must also be signed by at least one authorised person in the presence of a witness who attests the signature.
It is easier for heaven and earth to disappear than for the least stroke of a pen to drop out of the Law.
I'm not sure about Hawaii, where there are also many Japanese, but I do find that having at least some Japanese around can be reassuring. That's how I feel.
The talented young chess player is very bold. He deliberately lays himself open to attack, makes himself vulnerable and then checkmates his opponent when least expected.
The world's first Ferris wheel was built in Chicago and - at least in English - named after its constructor, George Washington Gale Ferris, Jr.

25. first hand


observe first hand the process in action
As an entrepreneur myself, I have experienced this red tape at first hand for many years.

26. an advantage


It’s an advantage of the job!
Good education is an advantage.

27. all costs



28. A profit



29. A loss



30. A guess



31. A glance



32. A fraction of



33. look


You look stupid.
That suit has an expensive look.
The more you look, the more you will see, and the more interesting they will become.
We've searched everywhere. There's nowhere else to look.
Sometimes, if I look at a forest of trees, I get in a trance and don't even realize until minutes later.
Though Tom and Mary are twins, they don't look very similar.
Look carefully. I'm going to show you how it's done.
The administration cannot but look for alternative sources of revenue.
I think that girl cut her hair to give herself a new look.
I look for all the world like an athlete in this outfit, but the truth is I don't do any sports at all.
The flowers don't look well. I'd like to water them. Is there a watering can?
They say that girls spend more time worrying about how they look than boys do.
There was something about that house that made her stop and look again.
It's hard to tell Englishmen from Americans just by the way they look.
I like her sense of style. Her clothes and makeup always look good.

34. at


I'm at the hospital. I got struck by lightning.
How many times a day do you look at yourself in the mirror?
I'm good at Japanese.
I'm thinking about complaining about my son's teacher at the kindergarten.
To the best of my knowledge, the lake is the deepest at this point.
He did something stupid and was sneered at.
Happiness depends not so much on circumstances as on one's way of looking at one's lot.
You went to bed at 2 o'clock in the morning? No wonder you look sleepy today.
Do you mind if I call on you sometime? "No, not at all."
School begins at half past eight except on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
At first I felt a bit too shy to speak to her.
At the party the other night, my brother drank a bit too much and passed out.
At Narita Airport, I ran into an old friend of mine.
When I was a kid, touching bugs didn't bother me a bit. Now I can hardly stand looking at pictures of them.
Her composition had no grammatical errors at all.