słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

przesunąć po angielsku:

1. shift

In order to keep our feet warm we had to shift from one foot to another and keep moving.
When I speak to a Westerner, I have to shift mental gears, so to speak.
shift work
History has shown that every financial crisis is followed by a technological shift.
Relationships might end with no real explanation as to why. And when that happens, respect the shift.
Media attention has shifted recently onto environmental issues.
I'm sorry but Paul called in sick and I'm going to need you to work his shift.
Freddy's been working the graveyard shift the past month, so he hasn't been able to see any of his friends who work normal hours.
Forming an information infrastructure, the real impact of the information highway is an expectation of new economic development due to a shift from a tangible hardware-industry to brain-oriented software-industry.
Shift the sofa so that it faces the fireplace.
My shift lasts from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Shifts in the oceanic temperature distrubition can cause significant weather shifts.
I had the breakfast shift – I had to go in at five a.m.
Although not explicitly referred to it is a seismic shift of great concern. The pilot who was supposed to fly the plane refused to do so because he head already completed this shift.
Spiky horsehairs pierce me every time I shift.

2. put off

The concert has been put off.
He put off reading newspapers until the evening.
Don't put off cleaning your room
Can we put off our classes?
The neighbour put off his dreams about his relax with beer.
Never do today what you can put off till tomorrow.
We are going to put off celebrating our anniversary until June.
Do you believe in the saying "never put off until tomorrow that which you can do today"?
I get put off by a lot of work
I know a lot of people are put off by it.
Even though he had failed his driving test nine times, John wasn't put off and applied to take it again.
But plenty of people are happy to smoke for years, and put off worrying about the health risks for the future.
procrastinate = To put off doing something, especially out of habitual carelessness or laziness.
He had to put off his dental appointment until the next day because of a business meeting.
The teacher had to put off the class till the following week.

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