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elastyczny po angielsku:

1. elastic


A rubber ball bounces because it is elastic.
Gum is elastic material
Knead the dough with both hands until it becomes elastic.

Angielskie słowo "elastyczny" (elastic) występuje w zestawach:

clothes + accessories + patterns and materials
Fiszki z książki - "Little Cinderella" (Anonymous)
SUBSTANCES AND MATERIALS-SUBSTANCJE I MATERIAŁY
The restless Earth (niespokojna ziemia)
Macmillan repetytorium 2015 - 01 Człowiek

2. stretchy



Angielskie słowo "elastyczny" (stretchy) występuje w zestawach:

REPETYTORIUM MATURALNE | DZIAŁ 1 | bank słów 1/2
1 - CZŁOWIEK (dodatkowe)
Repetytorium Unit 1 cz. II
Land of invention 3.2
Repetytorium dz. I cz. II

3. flexible


I'm not flexible enough to sit in the lotus position.
I'm flexible
She is flexible in her opinions.
Our thinking is flexible.
My body is not so flexible as it used to be.
We should adopt flexible tactics for the moment.
With all that choice around, future companies will have to be very flexible in order to quickly adapt to the changing environments if they are to survive
He works flexible hours at the airport.
I'm more flexible now I stretch every day.
Partnerships are easy to set up and flexible to run.
You have to learn to be a bit more flexible; not everything goes smoothly and you must adapt accordingly.
Our maths teacher is rather flexible so we could try and ask him to change the date of the test
Proper stretching assures flexible muscles.
You can save money if you’re flexible about where your room is located.
The high-tech industry is quick to praise the benefits of flexible communication.

Angielskie słowo "elastyczny" (flexible) występuje w zestawach:

czasownik, przymiotnik, rzeczownik
przymiotniki - addjectives
E Dla Zaawansowanych Zwroty Konwersacyjne B2-C1
Artur 1, 6 lipca 2019
2000 najczęściej używanych angielskich słów cz. I

4. resilient


The ball that bounces is made out of natural rubber that is highly resilient and elastic.
She's a resilient girl - she won't be unhappy for long.
Babies are generally far more resilient than parents realize.
resilient sense of humour
She's definitely what you'd call resilient.
The wing motor is very resilient.
He's resilient. He will get over it soon.
The definition of resilient is someone or something that bounces back into shape or recovers quickly
Kids are quite resilient, they usually adapt to change very quickly.
boots with tough resilient soles
Forensic psychology can be challenging but if you are resilient and willing to help and understand offenders, it could be the career for you.
Growth figures show that the economy is still fairly resilient.
He'll get over it—young people are amazingly resilient.
Egypt is a resilient ally, it joined the forces that liberated Kuwait and ensured more than 30 years of peace with Israel.
Despite enormous suffering, the patient remained resilient.

Angielskie słowo "elastyczny" (resilient) występuje w zestawach:

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