słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

hamować po angielsku:

1. brake

The brake stopped working.
Don't brake suddenly.
Press the brake pedal to turn on your brake lights.
He pressed the brake pedal.
The brake didn't work.
He put his foot on the brake suddenly.
We must put the brake to further trials.
The Representative said he will put a brake on spending.
Have you ever got in your car after a long absence and got the brake mixed up with the accelerator?
The other day I noticed I was driving around with the parking brake on. It's a wonder the car could even move.
The function of the brake is to stop the car.
The balance of payments crisis emerged, forcing the government to put a brake on the economy.

Angielskie słowo "hamować" (brake) występuje w zestawach:

Longman 8. Podróżowanie i Turystyka cz. 3
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PIT-road, rail, sea, travelling abroad
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2. inhibit

Drinking coffee inhibits the absorption of iron from your diet.
tax rules that inhibit some people from working
My broad interests inhibit my ability to learn one thing at a time.
Some workers were inhibited (from speaking) by the presence of their managers.
The neurological process that inhibits our response to self-touching also computes our discrimination of self and other
When I told you I needed the car last night, I certainly never meant to inhibit you from going out.
inhibit mental activity
to prevent something from growing or developing well: An unhappy family life may inhibit children's learning.
it will inhibit the production of new music
You shouldn't allow fear of failure to inhibit you

Angielskie słowo "hamować" (inhibit) występuje w zestawach:

Neuroscience - Progress and Potential (Part 1)
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3. restrain

I couldn't restrain a smile.
The prisoner had to be restrained by the police.
He was so funny at the party that I simply couldn't restrain my laughter.
It would seem that the Chinese can't restrain themselves from speaking English with me, even though they know that I speak Chinese and that I'm not English.
It is true that behavior cannot be legislated, and legislation cannot make you love me, but legislation can restrain you from lynching me, and I think that is kind of important.
I told Jim to restrain himself from drinking too much.
Before the horse race begins, the jockeys grip the reins tightly to restrain the impatient horses.
Mrs. Simpson, restrain yourself, or you'll be arrested.
Fractious cats can be difficult to restrain
We have to take advantage of this momentum and restrain the greed of the financial and banking sectors.
It was hard for her to restrain her emotions when she saw her sister for the first time in 20 years
We learn taht it's best to restrain our anger
She was so ​angry that she could ​hardly restrain her​self.
Do not restrain them but use a blanket or clothing to protect their head from injury. Restraining them may cause injury to you or them.
Two police officers tried to restrain him, but he broke away and ran into a nearby house.

Angielskie słowo "hamować" (restrain) występuje w zestawach:

Angielski zawodowy cz.2
Hatred and anger
Angielski Słówka

4. hit the brakes

Angielskie słowo "hamować" (hit the brakes) występuje w zestawach:

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5. impede

The completion of the new motorway has been impeded by bad weather conditions.
they didn't impede each other
This suggests that regulation impedes the adoption of new management practices.
Too many breaths can impede the return of blood to the heart.
Although he's shy, it certainly hasn't impeded his career in any way.
The problems with suppliers impeded the works connected with the project.
the courts of law impeded intendants' work
Pure concentration didn't allow thoughts or false constructions to impede my awareness, and I observed clear tonnections between different life experi- ences through the common mode of consciousness by which they were perceived.
Economic progress is impeded by an abundance of ambiguous laws, regulations, and enforcement.
If it doesn't impede the commitment such mistakes are acceptable.
Since the police sergeant had to train the pair of new hires, progress in his own case was impeded.
Lack of highly qualified labour impedes the delivery of the project.
If something is boring is impede the learning proccess.
She impedes a production.
the sap causes swelling that can impede breathing

Angielskie słowo "hamować" (impede) występuje w zestawach:

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6. put on the brakes

Angielskie słowo "hamować" (put on the brakes) występuje w zestawach:

p. verbs PUT + inne