słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

brakować po angielsku:

1. to lack



Angielskie słowo "brakować" (to lack) występuje w zestawach:

Market Leader, Unit 4 - Success [TEXTBOOK] Part 4
UNIT 2.2 The Office & Stationery
Lekcja 30 (Hunger, Vegetaranism)
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Część 4 Possession and relationships between thing...

2. miss


I miss you.
What if I miss the deadline? "I bet he will get mad at you!"
If this train is delayed, we shall miss our connection at Kobe.
The only person who is tired of waiting for Miss Cobb.
Miss, that dress is splendid, it has a sheer silhouette and is very classy.
Mr Yamada, may I introduce Miss Lloyd?
Miss Tanaka! You are living with gentlemen house mates! Please refrain from being pantless!
The Miss Universe contestant tripped on her gown but got up again gracefully and continued down the runway.
We can come to look upon the deaths of our enemies with as much regret as we feel for those of our friends, namely, when we miss their existence as witnesses to our success.
The head of the college, whose name was Miss Baker, therefore had a special place in the car park for her own small car.
Happy birthday, Miss Aiba!
Having been in America for many years, Miss Tanaka is a very good speaker of English.
As the young man's car was close to the fence, Miss Baker had to drive up beside it on the other side, where the girl was sitting.
Does your father miss working now that he has retired?

Angielskie słowo "brakować" (miss) występuje w zestawach:

MACMILLAN, Matura Masters, Intermediate, Unit 6
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ZAKUPY I USŁUGI II

3. be missing



Angielskie słowo "brakować" (be missing) występuje w zestawach:

słówka z angielskiego maclaz zakupy i usługi3
Penny Black Investigates

4. be short of



Angielskie słowo "brakować" (be short of) występuje w zestawach:

SPEAK UP unit 59-1
Longman unit 1-2

5. short of


I’m a bit short of money. Can you lend me some?
I'm short of money.

Angielskie słowo "brakować" (short of) występuje w zestawach:

Adjective + preposition (2)

6. run out


its batteries never run out
I've run out ofmilk/money/ideas/patience.
how do you make sure that you don't run out
I am sorry, but we have run out of time. I really have run out of things to say. This yogurt ran out two weeks ago. He ran out from the house and started screaming that he loves her.
I’ve got money you can borrow if you run out.
We could simply run out of natural resources
We can't drive forward, the petrol run out
Time is running out. Probably the batteries have run out. I always thought she run out on me.
Oil supplies in this area will have run out by the year 2031. / time is running out / my money ran out / my patience is running out
-We've run out of the paper for printing. -Time's running out, we've got only 2 minutes left. -I ran out of butter in the morning so I had to go shopping.
She no longer works and her money has run out.
Is there any sugar in the cupboard? No, I must go to the supermarket, we've completely run out.
Other sources of energy will be needed as fossil fuels will run out.
The party is finished. We've run out of beer.
I’m afraid we’ve run out of sugar. Will you borrow some from Mrs Berry?

Angielskie słowo "brakować" (run out) występuje w zestawach:

On screen 3 language focus, progress check

7. run out of


We've run out of petrol.
In 5 minutes I'll run out of time.
I've run out of money, can you help me?
He went travelling but his money run out of and had to come early
We’ve run out of coffee, so I’ll pick some up at the supermarket
We’ve run out of spaghetti, so can you go and buy a packet?
We have run out of food - I'm going to the shop for something!
Because sooner or later, you run out of places to hide.
Have you ever run out of things to say in a conversation?
at the end of the month i run out of the money
"I think the саr is аbout to run out of petrоl!" "There isn't аnу morе milk. We've run out."
We've run out of the paper for printing. Time's running out, we've got only 2 minutes left. I ran out of butter in the morning so I had to go shopping.
I need to go shopping as I have run out of food.
We are completly run out of sugar. We must buy some in the supermarket.
get some milk in case you run out of milk

Angielskie słowo "brakować" (run out of) występuje w zestawach:

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