słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

napadać po angielsku:

1. waylay waylay

Angielskie słowo "napadać" (waylay) występuje w zestawach:

Fiszki z książki - "The Red Room" (H. G. Wells)
Fiszki z książki - "Ballads of Beauty" (Various)
Fiszki z książki - "The Young Guard" (E. W. Hornung)
Fiszki z książki - "The Jolly Corner" (Henry James)
Fiszki z książki - "A Son of the Sahara" (Louise G...

2. mug

I never want to see his ugly mug again.
My favourite mug.
It's easy to do business with Jack. He has everything written on his mug.
Officer! What are you gonna do with this mug?
Yesterday, some guys mugged Jack.
someone mugged Annika and stole her copy
What an ugly mug she has!
You messed everything up, you're such a mug.
“I haven’t seen you in a long time.” Dykstra’s mug shot has been in the news recently.
He drank that large beer mug dry.
He was mugged as he walked across the park.
A mug is a typical souvenir.
Say what you like about DeNiro, but sure has a memorable mug.
mugger, mugging
napaść kogoś w celach rabunkowych, Der.: mugger (n), mugging (n)

Angielskie słowo "napadać" (mug) występuje w zestawach:

"New Matura Success" - Pre-Intermediate Unit 11
Państwo i społeczeństwo-pon
Millenium 3, rozdział 07
Starland 3 s 120 i 121

3. invade

You must not invade the privacy of others.
Hull was given immediate orders to invade Canada.
North Korea decided the time was right to invade.
The troops invaded at dawn.
The island was invaded during the war.
Hayley talks about her personal space – it means the area around her body which she feels is hers and if invaded makes her feel uncomfortable.
William the Conqueror invaded England in 1066.
invade our privacy
The soldiers invaded the country at dawn after the army was defeated.
We just have to hope that no other country invades us, because our army is not very strong.
Germany invaded Poland
Viruses invade your body and cause harm.
He invaded my house unexpectedly.

Angielskie słowo "napadać" (invade) występuje w zestawach:

2-3 ostatnie lekcje angielski dokończ
Unit 3 - słówka - part 2

4. assail

to be assailed by worries/doubts/fears
assail each other with accusations
And, with her leftwing platform of education reform and social and economic equalityshe taking advantage of a populist wave of candidates assailing establishment figures with challenges from the left.

Angielskie słowo "napadać" (assail) występuje w zestawach:

słówka codziennego uzytku
poziom 14 advanced

5. rob

Don't buy your car from that dealership. They'll rob you blind.
As these trees grow tall, they rob the grass of light.
I never robbed a bank.
The bank was robbed yesterday.
He only robs my time
Leaving your suspicious actions I've seen a mystery - are you trying to rob me of my sleep?
They rob, and furthermore cheat each other.
Two men tried to rob the bank but the police caught them.
Tax office robs people.
The bank was robbed. Have you ever been robbed when you were abroad?
I rob from the rich and give to the poor.
He robed five people in Texas
The gang robbed the post office last year.
A robber is someone who robs people or places of their money or property. We say rob somebody of something, rob a place
One can even buy a so-called Religion, which is really but common morality sanctified with flowers and music. Rob the Church of her accessories and what remains behind?

Angielskie słowo "napadać" (rob) występuje w zestawach:

Fiszki 1-8 rozdziały
angielski unit 8

6. raid

a bombing raid, an armed raid on a shop in Glasgow
Some said his raid was an act of war.
They shot down two enemy planes during the raid.
The raid on the airport was stopped by the government soldiers.
the police raided a building in Warsaw....... we lost many things during the raid
There was a raid last night in Whitechapel.
The Moroccan authorities cannot even decide how many people were killed in the raid at the camp in Laâyoune.
During the police raid on the house, the officers seized drugs, jewellery and cash.
air raid
Belgian police also carried out 13 new raids and took more people in for questioning
The army launched a series of raids on villages in the western part of the region. Four men raided the bank on Thursday and succeeded in stealing £4,000.
A police raid on a flat ended in bloodshed.
They carried out a bombing raid on enemy bases.
an air raid/ a bank raid
The bandits made a raid on the village.

Angielskie słowo "napadać" (raid) występuje w zestawach:

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