słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

organizować po angielsku:

1. organise


Who organised the demonstration?
The festival was well organised.
Helen needs a bigger desk to organise her work.
My brother told me about, as he will organise party iat home.

Angielskie słowo "organizować" (organise) występuje w zestawach:

UNIT 1.24 - Organising & Planning
SŁOWNICTWO 5 (CZERWIEC 2011)
Callan stage 7 lesson 101
stopień podstawowy 10 dzień
UNIT 1.2 - The office

2. arrange


to arrange
The party was arranged quickly.
Parents also arrange marriages, which is a polite way of saying that they sell or trade their children.
One problem is how the enterprises arrange posts for excellent female students, but another important point is whether the educational industry can grow and supply creative students needed for Japan's future.
There is one rule that works in every calamity. Be it pestilence, war, or famine, the rich get richer and poor get poorer. The poor even help arrange it.
The director used his power to arrange a special place in the cinema world.
Well, it seems he's paid off his debts, but how on Earth did he arrange that amount of money?
This was to arrange things so that I obtained the result already written in the textbooks.
We will arrange travel expenses for trips for research purposes, so go to whatever country you want to.
Now Marina was a romantic, she had not yet fallen into that passive state of mind which accepts that one should find a corner to live, anywhere, and then arrange one's whole life around it.
A special tour of the city centre was arranged.
Logistics Department arranges transport of products.
She's arranged the conference call for nine o'clock.
For their mum 50th birthday the arranged a dinner for the whole family at mum's favourite restaurant.
About the camp coming up, we'll prepare the food so could you arrange three cars?

Angielskie słowo "organizować" (arrange) występuje w zestawach:

Moja pierwsza podróż zagraniczna (słownictwo A)
500 najważniejszych czasowników angielskich 300 - 325
Friends 3 Units 13, 14, 15, 16
Najważniejsze słówka - 2000 Frekwencyjne
2000 najczęściej używanych angielskich słów cz. I

3. hold


Hold it!
When my father went into the hospital, I had to put everything on hold.
Furthermore, even after the company information session, we sometimes hold company tours.
Businesses often have a list of 5-10 'mission statements' featured in their brochures, on their websites or hanging in their office detailing the values they hold as a form of communication to their employees, their clients and the public.
When suddenly faced with a dangerous situation, hold your horses - make sure of the proper action, then act.
Hold it, are you kidding me? Why'd we wanna go to such a remote location?
I will listen to your chest. Breathe deeply, please. Now hold your breath.
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.
The success of newly-developed applications and government-forced deregulation may hold the key to achieving this economic implementation.
The working group on data transfer, led by Ben Manny, will hold a meeting on Jan 14, 1999.
I always use the steps, but...it's scary how they wobble...so I'd like you to hold them steady.
Mmmmn ... maybe I'll have a hair of the dog. "Whoa, hold up a mo! Here, I cooked roast fish for this morning. You ought to be able to eat this OK."
First hold crime-prevention firmly in mind! Before going out, lock the doors!
She tried to stifle a sneeze during the concert but she couldn't hold it back.
Some Shanghainese hold large banquets when they get married.

4. mount


She is going to Mount Tate.
It was almost a decade ago, on May 8th, 1980, that Mount St. Helens erupted.
They made first ascent of Mount Everest.
Prices have climbed higher than Mount McKinley.
I have to mount the meeting of our club.
Mount Everest is the world's highest peak.
In 776 B.C., the first Olympic Games were held at the foot of Mount Olympus to honor the Greeks' chief god, Zeus.
we've mounted quite an adventures exhibition
They mounted the mountain despite the bad weather conditions.
You can mount the stairs or go up in a lift.
Authorities in San Francisco are also mounting crackdowns.
Tension mounted as the police tried to prevent the strikers from continuing their match.
I spotted a machine gun mounted on the roof.
He mounted his horse and rode away.
mounting public concern about how the technology sector collects and uses information

Angielskie słowo "organizować" (mount) występuje w zestawach:

13. Świat Przyrody
Kolizje morskie

5. set up


set up copmany
Being a sole trader is a simplest way to set up and run a business and does not involve paying any registration fee.
"If you already use Google Wallet on your computer, or if you're setting up your Google Wallet account for the first time from your mobile device, you'll need to set up your PIN. "
1. She set up a support group for single parents. 2. The firm was set up by an American entrepreneur.
On my first day at work, everything was set up for me at my desk -- computer, chair, phone, everything.
"Set up" means "to prepare equipment or software for use". Example: The kids set up a tent during our summer camping trip.
a group of film stars set up a charity to help young people in this area
I think I'm being set up.
For many people, videoconferences are just too difficult to set up.
In which of these cities was the capitl of the USA originally set up 1) New Yourk, 2) Washington, 3) Philadelphia? The capital of the USA was originally set up in Philadelphia
whenever Community law requires the setting up of competent authorities, Gibraltar sets up its own competent authorities, distinct from those set up for the same purpose in the United Kingdom
Let's go set up some more crotch catapults so we can laugh and be heroes.
Bill and Melinda Gates set up a foundation to provide vaccinations.
Nowadays it is quite a risk to set up a new business. In The UK, 20% of businesses fail in their first year.
In 1516 King Henry VIII set up the Royal Mail for royal communications and reasons of national security.

Angielskie słowo "organizować" (set up) występuje w zestawach:

Linking words - matura

6. put on


They put on activities or meetings every night of the week.
When I stopped running I put on 8 kilos.
put on glasses
It's bedtime. Go and put on your pyjamas.
Just remove everything and put on the gown. / 2. So put on something nice and be on time for a change.
My son can put on socks.
Some people will put on a smile and pretend to be friendly.
You should put on the electric oven for 15 minutes to warm it up.
They put on heavy jackets, woollen caps, gloves and scarves and went for long walks.
I don't see why you have to put on a phoney English accent.
When i come back from work i always put on my tracksuit
You should put on this beautiful dress I bought you last Monday.
increase in (weight)/Ha put on weight.
put on more speed; put the emergency brake on
Don’t forget to put on a cap, it’s cold outside.

Angielskie słowo "organizować" (put on) występuje w zestawach:

phrasal verbs 2
Phrasal verbs