He swallowed loudly.
The woman downed the gin and lime that was served in one swallow.
My son swallowed a coin and had to be taken to hospital.
She downed her drink in one swallow. She put the sweet into her mouth and swallowed it whole.
The boy can't tell a swallow from a sparrow.
When she swallowed that quarter, he spent all day with her
It is most important to chew your food, whether vegetable or meat, before you swallow it.
When you swallow a dangerous substance, what you need to do depends on what you swallowed.
See how Lenny can swallow an entire hot dog without chewing or choking? That's why upper management loves him so much.
For me, this daily battle is a particularly tough pill to swallow, because I’m a sleep researcher, so I know too much about the consequences of sleep loss to be doing this to my own son.
Oooh! It's nine o'clock! I must swallow medicine.
She swallowed hard and said, "I don't know what to tell you."
I almost swallowed my tongue when I fell.
Claire swallowed hard, opened the door and stepped inside.
The food tasted horrible, but I swallowed it rather than risk causing offence.
Angielskie słowo "połykać" (swallow) występuje w zestawach:Zdrowie - 2.2 Treatment, 2.3 Medical Caresunit 4 powtórka upstream intermediate ProgressFile 3 - illnesses and injuries, clothesNew English File Intermediate Unit 3Health – Basic Polish Vocabulary