When I was a kid, touching bugs didn't bother me a bit. Now I can hardly stand looking at pictures of them.
I think we’ll have to find out where the marketing department stands on this particular issue, before we make any more decisions.
The defendant was about to stand trial when he grabbed the deputy's gun and shot the judge.
I sometimes wish I could live a quiet retired sort of life but I doubt I could stand it for more than a few days.
You worry about yourself. If you put your back out and can't stand we'll go home without you!
That was another impressive fall-flat-on-your-face ... Hey, you alright, Sophie? Can you stand?
Someday someone will stand on the Martian landscape and take a picture of Earth in the night sky.
A customer is having his shoes shined on a slapped-together stand.
It was good to feel like one of the group, because my blond hair and 185 cm height already made me stand out.
The ice cream vendor is waiting on customers at his outdoor stand.
Advantaging myself over the competition is the only way I can ensure my evaporated yogurt water stand will be here tomorrow.
Could you tell me how to refer to the podium for an awards ceremony? The "winner's stand"?
If you paint it yellow, you'll kill two birds with one stone: it'll stand out, and you'll save money because you can use paint you already have.
Two books stand out among the dozens recently published on the Royal Family.
Angielskie słowo "stać" (stand) występuje w zestawach:SMARTFISZKI A1 - terminy ogólne i abstrakcyjneOdmiana czasowników nieregularnych 2Agatka 2016-11-17, 4 SP, Unit 4, Lekcja 1 b46-57Angielski - Podstawowe zwroty i wyrażenia cz. I500 najważniejszych czasowników angielskich 50 - 75
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stagnejt///////We do want to move forward, not stagnate!
Angielskie słowo "stać" (stagnate) występuje w zestawach:Fiszki z książki - "Life and destiny" (Felix Adler)Fiszki z książki - "Perfect Answer" (L.J. Stecher)Fiszki z książki - "Stromboli and the Guns" (Franc...Fiszki z książki - "Punch, Or The London Charivari...
She affords cake and milk to our house. The round-the-world trip afforded me unforgettable experiences.
I never for a moment imagined I'd be able to afford to live in such a fancy house.
Whenever she goes shopping, she ends up buying more than she can afford.
I can afford
Don't get upset about small things. Try to think of things like a rich person who can afford not to argue.
When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life; for there is in London all that life can afford.
We must consider the question of whether we can afford such huge sums for armaments.
By pooling their money, they were able to afford a new computer for the office.
It was a purchase which he could not possibly afford.
We don't give discounts, the woman said sternly. "Regardless how small. Now, please take off the suit if you can't afford it."
Since neither one of us could afford to take the other to the movies, we went Dutch.
I can't afford it. afford to pay something. affordable. be able to afford something
He took a job abroad with an insurance company and earned so much that he could afford to retire aged 37.
With his characteristic sense of humour he told our Japanese hosts that when he was growing up his family was poor and had to survive on rabbit meat but at least they could afford a fork! Mr.
B1 to have enough money to buy something or enough time to do something: I can't afford a new computer. [+ to do sth] Can we afford to go away? Can we afford it? (Czy stać nas na to?)
Angielskie słowo "stać" (afford) występuje w zestawach:Seba - fiszki kurs1
He stood up.
Since the train was crowded, I stood all the way to Kyoto.
When I saw the ghost, I was so frightened that my hair stood on end.
Japan's gold and foreign exchange reserves stood at $68.9 billion at the end of 1998, down from $77.0 billion a year earlier.
She's a lot like the millions of others who stood in line to make their voice heard in this election except for one thing: Ann Nixon Cooper is 106 years old.
Do you know, girl, that you're the first secretary I've ever had who stood up to me?
If a high hill stood between A and B, it was important to decide whether the line should climb over it, pierce it with a tunnel, or make a detour to avoid it.
Here once stood a hotel that claimed the world's freshest towels. The place shut down after they were all stolen.
The Christian religion is from heaven. The gates of hell shall not prevail against it, and its professors are not afraid of its being examined. It has stood for eighteen hundred years, and it will stand long.
Dressed in a loud and peculiar outfit, she stood out in the crowd.
She was an excellent spouse who stood by him through poverty.
Before the arrival of this skyscraper, all the buildings in the city stood in special relationship to each other.
Incredibly, one of the students stood up and mooned the dean right in the middle of his speech.
Angielskie słowo "stać" (stood) występuje w zestawach:PAST PARTICIPLE PART II
Stay with us.
During his stay in London, he is going to visit his cousin.
Our vacation was so much fun that we decided to stay an extra week.
The people in the next room stay up until all hours doing God knows what.
The bank robber shouted, "Stay where you are, all of you!"
Tom could hardly believe his ears when he heard that Mary was coming back home to stay.
I think he should stay away from drugs of any sort.
Though his stay in Europe was transient, Spenser felt he had learned much more about interactions with other people from traveling than he did at college.
Tom can't stay for long so let's get the meeting started.
If you stay at a big hotel, you can use their swimming pool.
Something you should know about me is that I stay up until late at night.
Stay home so that you can answer the phone.
Until what time does your pharmacy stay open?
She took full advantage of her stay in London to improve her English.
People stay in one place while meditating.
Angielskie słowo "stać" (stay) występuje w zestawach:Moja pierwsza lekcja
He became rich.
In 1969, Roger Miller recorded a song called "You Don't Want My Love." Today, this song is better known as "In the Summer Time." It's the first song he wrote and sang that became popular.
In the end, because of the disease, he became unable to walk and had to use a motorized wheelchair to get around.
At first, I didn't like it, but it gradually became fun.
He became bad-tempered, continually criticized his wife's cooking and complained of a pain in his stomach.
Roger Miller's father died when he was only one year old and his mother became sick soon after, so he was sent to live with his uncle in Erick, Oklahoma.
Roger Miller became very popular because of the success of the songs "Dang Me" and "Chug-A-Lug."
I became a Catholic because I'm extremely pessimistic.
The company went public and became listed on the stock exchange in 1990.
In 1964, Roger Miller agreed to record sixteen songs. One of those songs was "Dang Me." It became his first number one selling record.
As cultural exchange continued between the two countries, their mutual understanding became even deeper.
The request became a hot political issue in the presidential campaign.
My sister got a job with an airline company and became a flight attendant.
Many great thinkers who were unknown while alive became famous after death.
In 2009, Selena Gomez became the youngest person to be named a United Nations Children's Fund Ambassador in the United States.
Angielskie słowo "stać" (became) występuje w zestawach:regularne slowka