słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

sposobność po angielsku:

1. opportunity


The safari trip was an ideal opportunity for us to see wild animals in their natural environment
great opportunity
Tatoeba gave Imogen of the Internet a fascinating opportunity to compulsively produce a series of extremely short stories.
Don't be afraid to show yourself through speech and take every opportunity to speak to others in English and soon you will feel right at home in informal conversational situations.
Canadian Thanksgiving Day and Columbus Day in the USA coincide, so Esperanto speakers from both countries take this opportunity to have an international meeting.
In the Middle Ages Latin temporarily assured linguistic equal opportunity in the fields of religion, culture and science.
Each opportunity to hate the French and to let them know is good to seize. If additionally you can take one for a ride, it's even better!
This opportunity for success in forming a partnership is a big one; the key lies in whether you are willing to work hard and invest in it, and that is all.
Let me already invite you for the meeting during which the leader shareholder representatives will have the opportunity to present themselves
You either starve to death or live like Robinson Crusoe, waiting for a boat which never comes. Perhaps there is an element of truth in both these pictures, but few of us have had the opportunity to find out.
I also attend musical soirees in my school during which I have an opportunity to listen to good songs and poetry.
Her daughter has been favoring her husband over her, so Leila has taken the opportunity to spend time with her other babies, gin and vermouth.

Angielskie słowo "sposobność" (opportunity) występuje w zestawach:

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2. opportunity for



Angielskie słowo "sposobność" (opportunity for) występuje w zestawach:

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3. propriety


The way tourists dress offends the local standard of propriety.
Father questioned the propriety of this.

4. occasion


We see them on occasion.
If there is a suitable occasion, I'll introduce you to him.
In our lives, we have three or four occasions of showing bravery, but every day, we have the occasion to show a lack of cowardice.
You should change your job if the occasion arises.
I drink when I have occasion, and sometimes when I have no occasion.
I'm not bothered. It's just my usual nightcap. Having someone to drink with on occasion might be nice.
We need to distinguish what a sentence could mean from what it actually does mean when used by one particular speaker on one particular occasion.
Only on one occasion the interviewee introduces a topic.
And don’t forget, flower arrangements also make the perfect gift for so many different occasions, such as birthdays, anniversaries, get will wishes or to simply say, “I love you!”
Use a brief expression of condolence, such as: "On this sad occasion we grieve with you".
The flight delay was occasioned by the need for a further security check.
On one occasion Aristotle was asked how much educated men were superior to those uneducated: "As much," said he, "as the living are to the dead."
The occasion demands a cool head.
Floods, violent wind storms, droughts, killing frosts, and the problems of air pollution have all, on occasion, influenced modern society.
Nothing is more dangerous to reason than the flights of the imagination, and nothing has been the occasion of more mistakes among philosophers.