słownik polsko - angielski

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kierunek po angielsku:

1. direction

You never know, maybe that direction will lead you to success.
From the direction that he was going in, I would say he was headed to town.
No sooner had she caught sight of me than she started running in my direction.
good direction
He wasn't certain in which direction he should go and he'd forgotten whither he was traveling and who he was.
I glared briefly in the referee's direction but he was putting on a calm face while picking his nose. "Dammit, the fight's a fixup!?"
They said something to the effect of ‘I’m going in the same direction so, I’ll call a taxi and then why don’t you ride with me?’
Using the rudder and the jib with the wind behind it we backed up, turning the bow to the direction we wanted to go.
It is of great significance in this experiment to accelerate the particle M in the horizontal direction.
I don't know exactly where Kyoko lives, but it's in the direction of Sannomiya.
I find the great thing in this world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are moving.
When I get sick of what men do, I have only to walk a few steps in another direction to see what spiders do. Or what the weather does. This sustains me very well indeed.
The director gave the actors very little direction. He preferred them to improvise.
Light source, that is what direction the light is facing, also take care with shadowing. Just copy down into the sketch book you have at hand as accurately as possible.

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2. course

Of course.
I love trying out new things, so I always buy products as soon as they hit the store shelves. Of course, half the time I end up wishing I hadn't.
The cultural treasures of the past, believed to be dead, are being made to speak, in the course of which it turns out that they propose things altogether different than what had been thought.
Of course he thought it was a joke and let it slide with a "hm?" but he was seriously annoyed. I mean, just don't say things like that even as a joke!
One of the important differences between Japanese and Americans is that Japanese tend to choose a safe course in life, while Americans choose to explore and challenge life.
In the case of patient death during the course of medical treatment, even if there is medical error present, it is not automatically legally considered to be an "unusual death."
Of course "Hayabusa" is not actually closing in on the Sun, it is just positioned as in the figure so that, seen from the Earth, it is on the opposite side of the Sun; this is called 'conjunction'.
When I first took a C course, I couldn't understand a single thing explained in class. Thank God I got a friend of mine who's a programmer to explain to me how the whole caboodle works.
Have you considered the applicability of a software solution? Of course not. We're a small business that hand-makes wooden cookware.
When he asked for a single slice, they gave him an entire uncut pizza, which he proceeded to eat by rolling it up like a burrito and just shoveling it in. The question, of course, is whether a whole entity is a slice of itself.
If a natural language can be compared to a tree, which has developed during the course of time, Esperanto can be compared to a plastic tree, which was created artificially.
Oi you, that's too much of a rip off by anyone's count! 6:4 is more than enough. Of course I'm the '6'.
Human society is a function of all humanity, those who profit most from it should pay the most for the benefit they gain, of course being greedy, they just want more.
Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring caused riots at its 1913 premiere. These days, of course, music is only capable of causing angry YouTube comment threads.

Angielskie słowo "kierunek" (course) występuje w zestawach:

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3. toward

striving toward happiness
This may be because of a change in people's attitude toward marriage and the sharp increase of fast food restaurants and convenience stores which are open 24 hours a day and enable young people to live more easily.
It's the answer that led those who've been told for so long by so many to be cynical and fearful and doubtful about what we can achieve to put their hands on the arc of history and bend it once more toward the hope of a better day.
What's amazing about sports fans is the intensity of the rage they can feel toward something trivial.
Now, all heads turn toward the dean, who sits surrounded by a faint halo of light.
For four years, he cut the grass at the original price, but I noticed that toward the end of that year, he had a helper with him quite often.
The plane we were aboard was flying over the Pacific toward Wake Island at a height of 3,000 meters.
It can move us toward safer, higher quality and more affordable health care
Dharma: the right way to life, the "duties and obligations of the individual toward himself and the society as well as those of the society toward the individual"
Science is a good thing, but it is not an end in itself; it is a means toward an end and that end is human betterment.
Up to now we've been taking a casual relaxed attitude toward our relationship but I want to start looking at us more critically.
What I most noticed about my Japanese high school, however, was the great respect shown by students toward their teachers.
Those two are blindly enraptured with each other right now but they say first meeting someone is the first step toward goodbye. I wonder if they're aware of that.
We are moving toward a dictatorship of relativism which does not recognize anything as definitive and has as its highest value one's own ego and one's own desires.

Angielskie słowo "kierunek" (toward) występuje w zestawach:

Angielski 123


What's your point?
After a certain point, everything became a little more difficult.
I wish I could care more about my grades but it seems that, at a certain point of my life, I decided they wouldn't be so important anymore.
To get back to my original point, yesterday I sent the report off to Tokyo.
There is a fine line between speech that is terse and to the point and speech that is too abrupt.
The first point that requires clarification is that the design was purely experimental.
The point of true mutual understanding has not yet been reached between Japan and China.
He whittled the stick to a sharp point with his hunting knife.
May I ask a few more questions about that point? It's a little obscure.
Can you point me in the right direction?
Up to this point I have presented an overview of the growth of political unrest in the period.
Dr. Thatcher diagnosed her patient with generalized anxiety disorder because his symptoms didn't point to other diagnoses.
I should point out that it is necessary to re-examine the validity of Emmet's theory.
In point of fact, she had nothing to do with the scandal.
My strong point is my philosophy - nothing ventured nothing gained.

Angielskie słowo "kierunek" (POINT) występuje w zestawach: