słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

przekroczyć po angielsku:

1. exceed

I exceed the speed limit
Farmers in the EU are not allowed to exceed crop production quotas.
The company's 2005 revenue exceeds that of 2004.
The value of each present admitted duty-free may not, however, exceed EUR 1000.
Production costs have exceeded £60,000.
I am totally convinced that Europe will exceed our expectations.
There is no sin, and there can be no sin on all the earth, which the Lord will not forgive to the truly repentant! Man cannot commit a sin so great as to exhaust the infinite love of God. Can there be a sin which could exceed the love of God?
The revenues for the first month of 2011 exceed 1 000 000 yen.
thief exceed border
Cockpit temperatures in Malaysia exceed 50 degrees Celsius.
the technical potential for their use is very large, exceeding all other readily available sources.
If your order exceeds 2000 intems, we can offer you a further 10% discount
Our expenses exceed income.
what if the credit limit will be exceeded?
Do not exceed the stated dose prescribed by your veterinarian

Angielskie słowo "przekroczyć" (exceed) występuje w zestawach:

17. Niedobrze mi- ZDROWIE
Mania słownictwo
computer science
job interview
różne zwroty (praca)

2. cross

Jesus died on the cross. I'm cross because I'm on a diet
In 1881, Clara Barton donated her time to help people in need, starting the American Red Cross.
cross Europe
In truth, there was only one Christian, and he died on the cross.
When I'm home and I'm going to the corner drugstore to pick up some shampoo, why do you always tell me to be careful how I cross the street?
Well, you'll find out that after you cross. If I give too much away right from the start it won't be so interesting.
But she had not expected to cross an ocean, enter a new and romantic-sounding country, and find herself in exactly the same position.
According to research by Gunnar Samuelsson, Jesus may not have died on a cross. Instead, it's possible that he died on a pole or a tree trunk.
It then became necessary to settle the best route for the line to follow; and that was determined, in the first place, by the shape of the land it had to cross.
The river is six miles deep in some areas and the only way to cross it is using a pulley and a rope.
In other words, the merits, etc. of making detours are the consideration of the attitudes of the landowners whose property the line would cross, the convenience of other towns and villages, as well as connection with other railway lines.
My mother always used to get cross with me when I received bad reports from school.
cross - (krzyż, przekreślenie, przejść)
Nordic combined is one of the winter sport events, a competition where you compete on the combination of two Nordic style ski events - cross country skiing and ski jumping.

Angielskie słowo "przekroczyć" (cross) występuje w zestawach:

Around the world in 80 days
Catching Fire - Chapter 1
love at exit 19
SAFETY - Warnings
2 C intermediate

3. transcend

You must transcend your weaknesses.
So it transcends all of those cultural boundaries – it transcends age, gender, religion, tradition etc.
This film transcended everyone's expectations.
Somehow her appeal transcends class barriers. One aim of this meditation practice is to transcend fear.
it transcend our possibilities

4. go over

I think we should go over your files. / We'll go over the contract to sign on Thursday.
Could you go over this report and correct any mistakes?
Let us go over all the facts of the case again very carefully and see if we can't discover where we are making a mistake.
You should go over your homework.
to go over the details
Remember to go over your essay to check for grammar and spelling mistakes
I'll go over the details again. We're meeting on Friday by the fountain, ok?
The bank manager wants to go over the details of the contract before he approves it.
I always go over my work to look for mistakes.
Let me go over what we have agreed
You will learn the new vocabulary if you go over word lists every now and then.
Sue’s going to help me go over my lines for the play.
I don't understand. Could you go over that again?
With my getting back so late, we haven't had time to go over timetables, and school starts on Monday
I think we should go over our plan again before we tell the managing director.

Angielskie słowo "przekroczyć" (go over) występuje w zestawach:

Intermediate Polish wordlist - English File Interm...

5. overrun

You have overrun your time by twenty minutes.
t's easy to get overrun with idea words and use too many of them.

6. step

Step aside.
The step they took provided at best a temporary solution to the problem.
Learning collocations is one step towards sounding like a native speaker.
I want to take things one step at a time without getting flustered. I want to live in the moment.
And it is only a very short step from there, to perception which occurs in the absence of all immediate signals and has to be labeled extrasensory.
Science, my lad, is made out of errors, but of good ones, for they bring you step by step closer to the truth.
The graduation from elementary school to middle school is regarded by some as the first step towards adulthood.
Those two are blindly enraptured with each other right now but they say first meeting someone is the first step toward goodbye. I wonder if they're aware of that.
To my chief strategist, David Axelrod, who's been a partner with me every step of the way. To the best campaign team ever assembled in the history of politics! You made this happen, and I am forever grateful for what you've sacrificed to get it done.
Step 1. Heat the vegetable oil (0.5L) (any grease or a mixture of oil and grease) in the pot on high heat, add sliced onions (400g), fry until the onions take a yellow color, then add meat (any kind) (1kg).
The sublime and the ridiculous are often so nearly related, that it is difficult to class them separately. One step above the sublime makes the ridiculous, and one step above the ridiculous makes the sublime again.
I'm soaked with sweat.' Step back. You stink!"
The letters STEP stand for the Society for Testing English Proficiency.
The equal rights and survival of languages can be assured only if the European Union accepts a neutral, easy-to-learn bridge language for interethnic communication, introducing it step by step.
Can you call me next week to discuss next steps