słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

przyrodni po angielsku:

1. foster


He adopted a war orphan and is bringing her up as a foster daughter.
This song was written by Foster.
foster mutual bonds
Marelyn said she talked to her mother by phone from a foster care home in Michigan. Foster parents.
Relations between the two countries have been fostered by official visits and trade delegations
New ways of teaching children will foster creativity and innovation.
It would also benefit the environment, reduce hunger, and foster international cooperation and goodwill.
China hopes newly elected Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro will foster new progress in the country’s national construction
Health and gaiety foster beauty.
The growth of the Internet could foster economic development worldwide.
I ​try to foster an ​appreciation for ​classical ​music in my ​students. They were ​discussing the ​best way to foster ​democracy and ​prosperity in the ​former ​communist ​countries.
foster = promote = support
The current political situation fosters emigration of people to western countries.
The children are involved in a group work which fosters learning and collaboration.
Florence Foster Jenkins was one of the greatest sopranos of the world.

2. half


It's half past eight.
Although rainforests make up only two percent of the earth's surface, over half the world's wild plant, animal and insect species live there.
I love trying out new things, so I always buy products as soon as they hit the store shelves. Of course, half the time I end up wishing I hadn't.
Since I installed solar panels on my house, my energy bill has been cut in half.
Half the fun of giving and receiving presents at any party is to see and talk about what everyone else brought.
Around half of middle-school students in Japan have mobile phones, but if you look at those in high school then 97% have them.
Almost half the men in Great Britain regularly give chocolate to their partner, especially for their birthday.
Half our life is spent trying to find something to do with the time we have rushed through life trying to save.
Globalization has gone mad: why transport Spanish cucumbers to exterminate the Northern Germans when half of them live in Mallorca? We need to rationalize all of that and adopt a more solid method of bacterial decontamination.
Now, one and a half billion more human beings can live on the earth's surface, supporting themselves by working for others.
Boeing, which builds more than half the world's commercial airliners, is understandably keen to draw attention to what can go wrong besides planes.
Humans are amphibians — half spirit and half animal.... As spirits they belong to the eternal world, but as animals they inhabit time.
Four metres of this material cost nine francs; therefore, two metres cost four and a half francs.
I sat down to translate the sentence shown on the main page into my native language, and half an hour and two dozen sentences later I had to convince myself to stop.

3. naturalist



4. 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