slice of pizza
We usually have a slice of bread and a cup of coffee.
Tom ate the last slice of bread so Mary had nothing to eat.
On second thought, I think I will have a slice of that pie.
Tom ate three eggs and a slice of toast.
Considering all I've eaten all day is just one slice of bread, I'm not really all that hungry.
Cut the meat into thin slices.
In spite of my diet, I couldn't help taking a slice of chocolate cake.
No matter how thin you slice it, it's still baloney.
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.
slice your chicken breast into thin strips
Crisps are thin slices of potatoes, fried quickly in oil and then salted.
You can make a plain sandwich by placing cheese between two slices of bread.
Slice the cheese and see how many holes are there in one slice.
Can I have some water with a slice of lemon?
Angielskie słowo "plaster" (slice) występuje w zestawach:Powtórzenie z rozdziałów 5-6, The Incredible 5 Tea...Słownik tematyczny Żywienie (strona 104)Słówka zestaw Python Cookbook 01plastics & other materialsdwie drugie kolumny z jedzenia
Robert returned from Austria with his arm in plaster.
Don't put o plaster on it
My walls and ceiling were plastered and at some point covered with wallpaper.
I've cut my finger and I need to put plaster on it
Ah, well I've bandaged it for the meantime but if that's awkward then it's fine to replace it with a plaster when you get home.
On Christmas day, Tom still had his right leg in plaster.
Straw will rot if exposed to moisture, so to keep it dry, both interior and exterior surfaces are sealed with plaster, stucco, or adobe.
You have to wait for the plaster to dry
He slammed the door so hard that some of the plaster fell off the ceiling
The plaster on the walls was cracked and flaking.
he has a leg in plaster
Definition if you have an arm or leg in plaster, it is covered in a solid substance that makes a sleeve to protect a broken bone while it is recovering. The sleeve is called a plaster cast and is made from plaster of
We will have to give the walls a coat of plaster before we can paint them because they are so uneven.
Ouch! I cut my finger! Have you got a plaster?
He saw a small plaster on her left knee.
Angielskie słowo "plaster" (plaster) występuje w zestawach:Angielski słownictwo maturalne 2 ZDROWIEDrogi podawania i postacie lekówLessons 103 & 104 - 14.05.2018Illnesses and injuries (part 2)My Matura Success Intermediate Unit 7
3. sticking plaster
Timmy had sticking plasters on both knees.
Angielskie słowo "plaster" (sticking plaster) występuje w zestawach:Medicine and medical equipenthelth - zdrowie
4. band aid
Angielskie słowo "plaster" (band aid) występuje w zestawach:Zdrowie i medycynayellow words 213 - 464
If you hit a patch of fog, slow down and put your blinkers on.
We've been through a rough patch, but I hope it will have made us stronger.
When I got out of jail, I wanted to patch up things with my wife.
It'll take some time, but I think we can patch things up.
Let's patch up our argument.
I'm going to sew a patch on these jeans - they're ripped at the knee.
Then it draws more silky lines across these spokes, leaving a smooth, non-sticky patch in the middle of the web.
The producers hired a team of writers just to patch up the show's continuity, lest they get letters from...those people.
It’s a patch with a bicycle.
virtue shows quite as well in rags and patches as she does in purple and fine linen
I think their marriage is going through a bad patch.
A nanopatch is a small patch that sticks to your skin
Davis wore an eye patch for at least six months following the accident.
I'll never find a keyboard patch that actually sounds like an electric guitar.
Angielskie słowo "plaster" (patch) występuje w zestawach:The small animal emergency roomHealth problemsangielski 28,29,30
6. adhesive tape
Angielskie słowo "plaster" (adhesive tape) występuje w zestawach:Lekcja 3a wypadek
She has blisters on her skin
Definition a blister is a swollen area on your skin that is full of clear liquid and is caused by rubbing the skin too much
My sunburn has started to blister.
I've got blisters on my fingers.
If you walk to much on the party, you are likely to have blisters the next day.
She wore too tight shoes and now she has a terrible blister on her heel.
I had a blister on my big toe, and it got infected. My whole toe swelled up like a balloon!
I've been riding a bike for over three hours and I've got blisters on my hands from holding the handle bars.
Cover the spot with zinc oxide tape or a bandage — anything to reduce the heat and friction on the area which might become a blister.
a blister is an elevation of the skin filled with serum
I used to get blisters on my hands.
You will get a blister If you wear shoes that are too tight
I got blisters from my new shoes.
Spending too much time in the sun, or not using adequate protection can blister your skin and make it peel.
A blister rose on one of her left fingers.
Angielskie słowo "plaster" (blister) występuje w zestawach:B2- 2a i 1a i 1bIllnesses and injuriescall the doctor
8. adhesive plaster
Angielskie słowo "plaster" (adhesive plaster) występuje w zestawach:SPRZĘT MEDYCZNYcasualty department dodat.english medical