słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

niestaranny po angielsku:

1. negligent

He was negligent of his duties.
you... negligent... monster.
The doctor had been negligent in not giving his patient a full examination.
The judge said that the teacher had been negligent in allowing the children to swim in dangerous water.
He had been fearful, brave, negligent, even reckless.
When a doctor has been negligent, he should be held responsible
I was negligent when nobody looked at me.
You are too negligent of those around you.
It is strange that a cameraman heading for a war-zone should not know about the danger of unexploded shells. The newspaper company is being negligent in its training.

Angielskie słowo "niestaranny" (negligent) występuje w zestawach:

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2. untidy

I can put up with a house being untidy, but I don't like it to be dirty.
His room is untidy.
Your hair really does look untidy.
My room is very untidy. I must put it in order.
His untidy room announced that he had abruptly departed.

Angielskie słowo "niestaranny" (untidy) występuje w zestawach:

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3. careless

The loss resulting from careless work is very serious.
The car crashed because the driver was careless.
a careless driver
Only one careless mistake cost the company millions of dollars.
Careless as she was, she could never pass an examination.
Tatoeba: Where nothing ruins a passionate night of sentence-making like a poorly placed comma or, even worse, a careless typo.
My mother told me to do a careless job of it.
Keeping Mario in a state in which he can throw fireballs is a delicate process; that newfound power sometimes makes one cocky and careless.
Confused by her careless mistake, she burst into tears.
We shall never agree on such a careless plan.
not taking or ​showing enough ​care and ​attention: My son's ​teacher says that his ​work is often ​rather careless.
Don't be so careless about/with spelling. / a careless driver / She gave a careless shrug.
She was careless with money, so now she's in trouble financially.
If you weren't careless, your word processor wouldn't break down.
Mr Johnson was concerned about the amount of money that was being lost because of careless management.

4. sloppy

Tom is a sloppy painter.
She always criticises her husband for being sloppy.
Paul's so sloppy - he always spills something on the floor.
I couldn't read the note because of your sloppy handwriting.
An example of illegible is a scribbled note by a sloppy young child.
His written reports are incredibly sloppy
He often sent her long and slightly sloppy letters.
Kevin's handwriting is very sloppy. Sometimes it's hard to read what he's written.
If I have to be honest, you did a sloppy job Jim.
He said he dashed this proposal off in one sitting. It's pretty sloppy.
Whether it's national economics, family economics, or personal economics, it's not something where sloppy accounting is good enough.
This year's freshly inducted employees are, to a man, lacking in concentration, and their sloppy work leaves me speechless.
Edit your work better before you submit it, it's sloppy.

5. regardless

My roommate is prodigal when it comes to spending money on movies; he buys them the day they're released, regardless of price.
If it's badly insulated, it won't warm up regardless of how much heating you use.
regardless of performance
Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.
Those fated to meet will do so regardless of distance. Those not fated will not, even if they are across from one another.
In this democratic age of ours men clamour for what is popularly considered the best, regardless of their feelings. They want the costly, not the refined; the fashionable, not the beautiful.
Anyone who really wishes to apply themselves to the freedom of mankind must have the courage to face the truth, regardless how bitter it may be.
We don't give discounts, the woman said sternly. "Regardless how small. Now, please take off the suit if you can't afford it."
The law requires equal treatment for all, regardless of race, religion, or sex
President Johnson signed the Civil Rights Bill which granted equal rights to all American citizens regardless of the colour of their skin.
It obliges the Member States, new ones included, to make a huge economic effort regardless of the circumstances.
No doubt, regardless of the time, she was planning to go to the net café without me if I hadn't arrived first.
There is a kind of idealism which says that if you just do your best, you will be able to do anything, regardless of intelligence or physical strength.
The original qipao covered most of a woman's body, revealing only the head, the hands and the tips of the toes, in order to conceal the figure of the wearer regardless of her age.