słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

zwinąć po angielsku:

1. furl

He unstepped the mast and furled the sail and tied it.

2. to jack

Angielskie słowo "zwinąć" (to jack) występuje w zestawach:

Gangsterskie życie - Gangster Life

3. wrapped up

Although everything they buy there is carefully weighed out and wrapped up nicely, they feel anonymous.
He wrapped up the parcel with brown paper.

4. wind up

I need to wind up my watch.
We need to wind up now, we've only got five minutes. I think it's about time we wound this meeting up.
to put a company into liquidation; to wind up a meeting
As the teacher started to wind up the lesson, the students put their books away.
I thought we were going to wind up on the street.
There was also no way to wind up the company
What time will the meeting wind up?
You wind up asking me for help, I promise you.
wind up
If they continue at this pace, there's absolutely no telling where they might wind up.

5. collapse

If you don't take a vacation, you'll collapse.
Financial collapse
Layne's Law describes what happens when ideaspace collapses due to bad structural support
This grim origami presents the moment when the twin towers finally collapsed
He was so tired, he just collapsed onto that chair.
Forty people were injured when a floor of a night club in Tenerife collapsed on Sunday.
Move the knob at the side of the seat forwards, collapse the seat.
If there's a big earthquake, the house could really collapse!
If you find someone collapsed on the ground, what should you do first?
The definition of collapse means to cave in, to fall or to break down into pieces when the support to stand is lost. An example of to collapse is someone falling to the ground when their knees give way after the person hears terrible news.
The government is not expected to collapse anytime soon
It was so hot that some people in the city square collapsed
A roof collapse in the early Sunday morning severely damaged a downtown Baton Rouge club.
Many banks closed because of the recent economic collapse.
the collapse of a railway bridge

Angielskie słowo "zwinąć" (collapse) występuje w zestawach:

różne słówka

6. roll

I'm really looking forward to next March, when they roll out the new Play Station 2.
cheese roll
According to one story, the money was round so that it could roll from place to place.
I hate those who always skip class and ask their friends to answer the roll call for them.
If you leave them lying on the desk they may roll off, so stand them in the test-tube rack.
Rock and roll was a creation of the young generation.
She sat on the empty beach watching the waves roll in one after the other.
Osakans sometimes roll their Rs like in Spanish.
I've finally learned how to roll my R's!
Beijingers speak Mandarin with a roll in the tongue that no Southerner could ever utter.
And my tank treads do not roll!
Here is what you have to buy in the supermarket: two toilet rolls, three bread rolls and a roll of tape.
Very few people know how to roll out dough; it’s quite difficult.
I went to the baker's this morning to buy a loaf of bread and some rolls.
Yesterday, somebody rolled a drunk in this neighbourhood.

7. make off with

8. roll up