słownik polsko - angielski

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się po angielsku:

1. ourselves ourselves

We really enjoyed ourselves.
Why is politics separating us, when we ourselves know who is good and who isn't?
So let us summon a new spirit of patriotism, of responsibility, where each of us resolves to pitch in and work harder and look after not only ourselves but each other.
In most cases, people, even the most vicious, are much more naive and simple-minded than we assume them to be. And this is true of ourselves too.
It's always a great relief, as religion says, to think about someone unhappier than ourselves.
I came to know the man who is now my husband through e-mail; from an acquaintanceship started in that odd way, before a month had passed, we found ourselves resolving to get married.
A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.
And since she refused to accept it, she had been living in extreme discomfort, exclaiming: "Why should we spend all the capital we are ever likely to have tying ourselves down to a place we detest!"
In reading some books we occupy ourselves chiefly with the thoughts of the author; in perusing others, exclusively with our own.
Through the internet, we are now able to acquaint ourselves, deeply and in detail, with the mental activities of even the furthest people on the planet.
But, knowing precisely sadness and love and death, and that they are vain images when we observe them from the calm space where we should shut ourselves in, he kept on weeping, and desiring love, and fearing death.
But you know, it would be sad to collect all these sentences, and keep them for ourselves. Because there's so much you can do with them. Which is why Tatoeba is open. Our source code is open. Our data is open.
In fact history does not belong to us but rather we to it. Long before we understand ourselves through the process of self-examination, we understand ourselves in a self-evident way in the family, society, and state in which we live.

Angielskie słowo "się" (ourselves) występuje w zestawach:

Just blow it up
unit 1 adjectives I
common expressions
Friends 1 (1,2,3,4)

2. themselves themselves

They were admiring themselves.
If someone is already good in and of themselves, however, and treats you sincerely and from the heart, and truly loves you, then you really can entrust your life to them.
However, like America, Japan is predominantly a middle-class, middle-income country, and so wives do not employ maids, but attend to everything themselves.
I am more and more convinced that our happiness or our unhappiness depends far more on the way we meet the events of life than on the nature of those events themselves.
Instead of interacting with each other, each of the family members turned their attention to their mobile devices, engrossing themselves in their own entertainments.
It is impossible to escape the impression that people commonly use false standards of measurement — that they seek power, success and wealth for themselves and admire them in others, and that they underestimate what is of true value in life.
Everybody always knows when the politicians do something wrong and how they should do it better, but only a tiny fraction of the population is ready to commit themselves to politics.
In former days, men sold themselves to the Devil to acquire magical powers. Nowadays they acquire those powers from science, and find themselves compelled to become devils.
Pretty soon along came to the village some strangely dressed people who called themselves surveyors; and they surveyed a line in front of my grandmother's little house.

3. happened

What happened?
By the way, what happened to the money I lent you?
Now that you mention it, what happened to that man who used to work here?
The police made the witness explain in detail how the accident had happened.
Whatever happened to acid rain? You don't hear about it in the news anymore.
It all happened so fast, I can't really explain it.
So much has happened. It's as if the whole world is flipped upside down.
If something had happened last night, I think I would have heard it.
If he had been careful then, the terrible accident would not have happened.
Almost all of the passenger in the bus were asleep when the accident happened.
Don't come to me now with that. You should have said something when it originally happened.
What does what happened last night have to do with what's happening today?
Much of what they wrote about never happened.
What's wrong with telling Tom what happened?
Nothing out of the ordinary happened on our trip.

Angielskie słowo "się" (happened) występuje w zestawach:

czas regularny
OLA - Unit 04

4. oneself

To have doubts about oneself is the first sign of intelligence.
It is difficult to know oneself.
It is difficult to adapt oneself to sudden changes of temperature.
The most valuable skill one can acquire is the ability to think for oneself.
One should do one's homework by oneself.
To know oneself is difficult.
One should wash oneself.
be oneself
The most important thing is thinking for oneself.
Oneself decides whether it is important.
It's good to be able to concentrate single-mindedly on one's work. But one becomes completely forgetful of the people around oneself.
It is more difficult to defend oneself than to defend someone else. Those who doubt it may look at lawyers.
It's really difficult to survive in a big city like Tokyo without endebting oneself.
It’s a popular place to find oneself after South Africa.
One is apt to think oneself faultless. State the facts as they are.

Angielskie słowo "się" (oneself) występuje w zestawach:

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