słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

podroż po angielsku:

1. journey journey


Safe journey.
Yvonne sometimes feels sick when she goes on long bus journeys.
When booking flights, I decided the easiest way would be to fly to Beijing first, then get the train to complete my journey.
From Sendai I extended my journey to Aomori.
Many tales of alchemy show up in "Journey to the West".
Whenever she comes back from a journey, she brings a gift for her daughter.
I can help you chart the course, but you have to make the journey on your own.
The Journey: Per Ardua Ad Astra, Through hardship to the stars.
It was a long and hard journey but we're finally at our destination.
We broke our journey (= stopped for a short time) in Jacksonville before travelling on to Miami the next day.
Many people journey on foot or by bike.
How was your journey? - The traffic was terrible, but all in all it was good.
The girl's mother apologised to us for problems and suggested that we stayed overnight and set out on a journey in the morning.
Once you take into account check-in and security, many journeys take less time by train than by plane.

Angielskie słowo "podroż" (journey) występuje w zestawach:

WORD BANK - Podróże i turystyka

2. travel travel


I often travel.
If you always travel by subway, you seldom surface other than at your stop.
Space travel will be commonplace some time in the future.
My aim is to learn enough English so I don't need to carry a dictionary with me when I travel.
I have many visas in my passport because I travel a lot for my job.
No matter where you may travel, be sure to phone me once a week.
When you travel abroad, you need change in the currency of the country you are visiting to pay for a taxi, a cup of coffee or a tip.
They were determined to travel the length of Vietnam in just eight days.
In the absence of my travel partner, I took several solo trips.
We can travel through time. And we do at the remarkable rate of one second per second.
It's not clear right now whether time travel is really something that exists in reality but its possibility has been proven by theoretical physics.
We will arrange travel expenses for trips for research purposes, so go to whatever country you want to.
Putting my traveling experience to good use, I started a travel agency.
The train was full, so she was obliged to travel second-class, and had to stand all the way.
But light does not travel at the same speed through all materials; it goes slower through some than through others.

3. voyage voyage


The voyage lasted 14 months.
It was in 1912 that the Titanic sank during her first voyage.
A voyage to the moon in a spaceship is no longer a dream.
This ship is not fit for an ocean voyage.
Someday we will be able to go on a voyage to Mars.
Bon voyage!
I want to take a voyage to Japan by boat some day.
I wish you a pleasant voyage.
Life’s a voyage that’s homeward bound.
I need a good steed for my voyage.
At the outset of the long voyage I was seasick, but I gradually began to get my sea legs.
Let our fast, modern ships take you on a voyage of discovery.
The voyage to the island of Santorini took eight hours.
Packed into wooden fishing boats like sardines, the immigrants undergo the dangerous voyage there.