It took some 150 years of struggling for women to gain the freedom they have today.
By next summer I will have lost the kilograms that I gained during winter.
In order to gain media recognition, sometimes AIDS patients have to push themselves into the public eye.
Human society is a function of all humanity, those who profit most from it should pay the most for the benefit they gain, of course being greedy, they just want more.
By reading books and discussing concepts, a person can gain wisdom and tolerance of differing ideas.
There appeared at this time a lady at Court, who drew the eyes of the whole world; and one may imagine she was a perfect beauty, to gain admiration in a place where there were so many fine women.
No matter how much you try, you don't lose even a kilo. You might even gain a little weight. This is the diet plateau.
According to Tom, Mary is just a predatory guru who promises gain.
Why don't you mind your own business? What do you gain by sticking your nose into other people's affairs?
Then he turned to the prisoner and said in a slow, threatening voice, What did you hope to gain by giving me a false name and address?
Side effects of the drugs may include tiredness, headaches, or weight gain.
It represents a gain for Europe's businesses as well as its people.
Summon Voidling is a passive ability that gains a charge every time Malzahar uses a champion ablity.
What are the potential gains from expanding the company? There were obvious gains for senior citizens. During the course, he gained an understanding of international finance.
Angielskie słowo "zdobyć" (gain) występuje w zestawach:Divine 7 zw.wt. Eklej. 2, 1-3;12- 263.2.3 a successful interview for a jobHandling telephone calls; telephone etiquetteUNIT 2.8 Products, Brands & CustomersLekcja z Łukaszem 7.03 i 12.03.17
Every discovery procures new discoveries
He procured seat in the front row.
It remained very difficult to procure food, fuel and other daily necessities
It appears to be easy for teenagers to procure drugs
She's managed somehow to procure his phone number.
An admiring fan once asked Christopher Columbus how he managed to procure funding for all of his amazing journeys. Columbus then took the fan to an abandoned alley, took out a pistol, and said "That's how".
Angielskie słowo "zdobyć" (procure) występuje w zestawach:Fiszki z książki - "Mother Goose's Bicycle Tour" (...Fiszki z książki - "Little Frankie and his Mother"...Fiszki z książki - "Her Letter His Answer & Her La...Fiszki z książki - "Pirates A comedy in one act" (...Fiszki z książki - "The Widow's Vow A Farce, in Tw...
After months of a manhunt American soldiers captured Saddam Hussein.
They would capture as many people as possible.
The robber was finally captured.
capture people's imagination
I captured a video of a car accident. It was crazy.
He shot himself to avoid capture.
Terry was able to capture the beautiful sunset on camera.
The movie succeeded in capturing the atmosphere of Berlin in the 1930s; how to capture him alive... he captured our attention
this mountain capture my attention
We want to capture all the uniqueness of each language. And we as well want to capture their evolution through time.
Sirius Black, possibly the most infamous prisoner ever to be held in Azkaban fortress, is still eluding capture, the Ministry of Magic confirmed today
Sometimes the capture is made by an individual without help from others.
My husband captured our baby's first step on camera. Wildlife specialist Steve Nloom was feeling tired and sick when he captured this dramatic photo.
Among the comments, the message contained a reference to the way the force had captured the Yorkshire Ripper.
Angielskie słowo "zdobyć" (capture) występuje w zestawach:Steve Jobs AndruszkiewiczLanguage knowledge 5
He has acquired a reputation for being difficult to work with.
Traditional shows acquire a buzz as people watch week by week.
Herd Properties have announced their agreement to acquire Charleston as part of a $3.4 billion deal.
With most of the arts, if you don't get the basics down properly then it is difficult to acquire further skills.
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.
just reading a book is no way to acquire information
His newly-acquired skills were tested. His poor vision was acquired as the result of a head injury
Self knowledge refers to the understanding that we have acquired about ourselves over the years.
He decided to go back to college and acquire the skills and qualifications he needed.
According to research, chocolate may enhance – or improve – cognitive performance, and that is your ability to acquire and utilize knowledge.
By the end of the first year a baby will have already acquired some social skills.
Nothing is too small or too trifling to undergo this change, and acquire dignity thereby.
And if you're really interested in something you can always acquire – or get – the skills you don't have.
Angielskie słowo "zdobyć" (acquire) występuje w zestawach:Advanced English C.A. E, 1-3Słówka reading FCE 1słówka z liceumAngielski 4rok 1 semNecessary words 1
5. come by
good relationships are hard to come by.
Where did you come by this old paiting in the livingroom?
Come by whenever you wish. / I'll come by after work and see if you need any help. / How did you come by that Rolex?
Angielskie słowo "zdobyć" (come by) występuje w zestawach:Phrasal verbs z come, get, give, look z ksiażki FC...english pressspeakaut adv.5phrasal verbs
What's your score?
When applying to American universities, your TOEFL score is only one factor.
Writers of film scores are experts at using music to create an atmosphere.
Well, even so my score is far above yours isn't it? "What did you say!? If I was to go all out you'd be as nothing to me!"
The game ended in a draw with a score 6-6.
Was your mock exam score this time within the pass range for your preferred school?
Far from refuting the thesis that race is to blame for lower IQ score, Lynn's data actually supports it.
Trying to beat some kid's high score is an inefficient use of your time.
Right now my score in Cooking is about 45 out of 100. Great isn't it? That's not a fail!
In the last minute the Argentinian captain scored a goal.
Beckham strzela gola dla Anglii! And Beckham scores for England!
Did you score on Saturday? Yeah, I always pick someone up on Saturdays!
He scored just before half-time to put Liverpool 2-1 ahead.
Just don't tell me that he didn't score with her. They've been living together for over two years.
MP (magic): Ability score needed to use magic. As you use magic it drops, but with time it recovers.
Angielskie słowo "zdobyć" (score) występuje w zestawach:słówka rozszerzenieDział 10- SportsSports Unit 10
7. get it
Do you get it?
I have to be back home by 10 p.m. or I'm gonna get it.
Angielskie słowo "zdobyć" (get it) występuje w zestawach:rick i morty
8. get hold of
I'll get hold of you tomorrow.
Is it easy to get hold of tickets for a match between Brazil and England?
Wouldn't it be great to make it easy for people to get hold of this natural fresh goodness?
I need to speak to Sarah urgently, but I just can't get hold of her.
Angielskie słowo "zdobyć" (get hold of) występuje w zestawach:listening- słówka I
I've gotten better.
I'd still be spinning my wheels if I hadn't gotten that scholarship.
I wish he had gotten a hit in the bottom half of the seventh inning.
I had hardly gotten into bed when the telephone began to ring.
Tom has gotten older and he doesn't go out as often as he used to.
He has gotten better, so he'll soon be able to leave the hospital.
I told you we should've gotten here earlier. Now there aren't any places left to sit.
The collaboration between these somewhat eccentric men was filled with strain and compromise on both sides, but in the end they appear to have gotten on well.
Lately the discount airline ticket system has gotten so complicated that there's a lot about it I can't figure out.
Look how tipsy she's gotten with just one drink. She definitely can't hold her liquor.
I've gotten much fitter, sleeker, and sexier thanks to all this running from the cops.
We thought their shop was a failure, but now they've gotten out from under and even expanded.
Yes, Dima replied, brushing off a piece of half-eaten fish that had gotten stuck to his right sleeve. "I'd like to buy that one there."
Since we've gotten talking about Shakespeare... have you already read his composition?
My son has gotten quite good at conjuring up excuses for not going to school.
10. win over