słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

dane po angielsku:

1. data data


This data is incorrect.
Don't use my personal data!
Latest census data shows that the total population of the country is slightly above 7 million people.
Following the demographic data, the government was obliged to adopt a policy that would stimulate birth rate.
The working group on data transfer, led by Ben Manny, will hold a meeting on Jan 14, 1999.
Computer technology is indispensable to access many pertinent items of data.
You are not the owner of this save data. You will not be able to save your progression. Trophies will be disabled.
The saved game appears to be damaged and cannot be used. Please quit the game and then restart after removing the save data.
Participating in the general meeting raised my awareness of the new technologies in data transportation.
For a display where the data items increase and decrease I think you are best making use of a spreadsheet program, not Access.
Far from refuting the thesis that race is to blame for lower IQ score, Lynn's data actually supports it.
data, information, knowledge and wisdom, in a nutshell (Gordon Rugg). Data: pieces of reality that we measure.
acquire data, classify data, compile data, record data, fabricate data, gather data, obtain data, reveal data How much data can we store on one disk? The data is still being analyzed.
And we begin to lose, as a result, the unique things that human beings can do that computers can't: feel empathy, take a broad perspective, interpret all the stuff that can't be turned into data.
But you know, it would be sad to collect all these sentences, and keep them for ourselves. Because there's so much you can do with them. Which is why Tatoeba is open. Our source code is open. Our data is open.

Angielskie słowo "dane" (data) występuje w zestawach:

słówka z angielskiego maclaz nauka i technika 2
Week 14 / Kerri / Margerie / weather
Fiszki z książki - "Ambition" (William L. Bade)
Bednarski - Agnieszka - Lista 8 E-P
THE INTERNET AND COMPUTERS (12)

2. figures figures


These figures indicate three in five college first-year students are indifferent to politics.
We don't have time to finish checking the figures now, but we can go over them after lunch.
investable asset figures
So that Michelangelo might paint certain figures on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, so that Shakespeare might write certain speeches and Keats his poems, it seemed to me worthwhile that countless millions should have lived and suffered and died.
As figures from the National Development and Reform Committee show, the Internet has developed rapidly in rural China.
Rubleŭskaja created very believable images of such historical figures as Francysk Skaryna, Franc Savič, and Barbara Radzivił.
When one of my coworkers starts racking up good sales figures I can't let down my guard.
Computers will save you much time and energy when you deal with figures and graphs.
Once you go ahead and start, even the tiresome work of adding and subtracting figures is interesting in its way.
Great figures don't meet high standards, but rather make their own.
I hired an accountant to keep track of my company's figures./ These figures don't lie.
Are the Chinese GDP figures a case of the boy crying wolf?
Totem poles consist of a group of figures that represent animals, birds, fish, mythological beings and supernatural beasts.
There were figures there from those of an age best called girls and boys to those who looked to be old enough to be about to live out their life span.
It was foggy, so it was hard to make out the figures of people walking.

Angielskie słowo "dane" (figures) występuje w zestawach:

Business English Unit 11 words
total business unit 1
test 23'11'17

3. details details


Tom didn't seem inclined to elaborate and I didn't really want to know all the details anyway.
I understand the general approach, but I'm afraid that I'm getting bogged down in the details.
We should spend our time creating content for our website rather than wasting time worrying about minor cosmetic details.
The investigation will probably bring a lot of details to light.
Show more details.
People who bring personal details into arguments don't know how to argue.
You kept putting off working on the fine details on this project so it ended up lacking the finishing touches.
He has a great storehouse of knowledge about historical details but I seriously doubt that's of any use in life.
While in England, I often referred to the guidebook for details of my journey.
You can get further details of our products from our internet site, http://www.jpgarden.com.
Do you offer a volume discount? If so, please send details.
The editor often omits those little details that make the author's points logically sound.
Pentagon officials won't say when the problem turned up and refused to discuss details about the flight.
Day after day the tabloids titillated the public with lurid details about the president's marital infidelity.
Don't rush into the situation until you have all the details; hold your horses until you know where you are going.