słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

zagracony po angielsku:

1. cluttered


My desktop has gotten cluttered.
We've cluttered ourselves up with all this.
You must make sure however that it is not cluttered and shows each element clearly and is compiled in a professional and organised manner.
However, a cluttered crowded room can cause one to feel uncomfortable and restless.

Angielskie słowo "zagracony" (cluttered) występuje w zestawach:

opisywanie położenia i domu
słówka dom część II (06.11)
Unit3 Business or pleasure?
Unit 4: Home

2. cramped


The tent was really cramped - we were squashed like sardines.
This room is cramped.
I want to move out of this cramped room as soon as I can.
My leg cramped up as I ran down the stairs to catch a train, and I had to sit down right there in the middle of the stairway.
A little cramped, but we'll make do.
There are a lot of tables for the size of the restaurant; so we felt a bit cramped.
Student flats can be quite cramped if there are a few students living together in one room.
There are a dozen of them living in a two-bedroom flat, so you can imagine how cramped the place is.
The troops slept in cramped conditions with up to 20 in a single room.
it was cramped on the train
It is a bit cramped in here, why don’t you move to a bigger flat?
a cramped ​room/​house / We have six ​desks in this ​room, so we're a little cramped (for ​space).
We had to move to a bigger house when the baby was born, as our flat was too cramped.
He lived for six months in a cold, cramped attic room.
Don`t put that big table into your kitchen, there will be too cramped.

Angielskie słowo "zagracony" (cramped) występuje w zestawach:

new matura success unit 10 (wybrane)
Angielski Dom