słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

zwykły po angielsku:

1. ordinary ordinary


an ordinary day
In hard times like this, no ordinary effort can get our company out of the red.
A special resolution to be proposed at a general meeting may be amended by ordinary resolution.
While long-term credit banks are authorized by law to issue bonds to raise fund, they are not allowed to take deposits the way ordinary banks are.
The doctors say the dying man should have kicked the bucket hours ago, were he an ordinary man, but he is still defying death.
Essentially it's a one-to-one match, but the content of that match is a level so high as to be unthinkable to an ordinary person.
Wise men talk about ideas, intellectuals about facts, and the ordinary man talks about what he eats.
Women who, at first glance, appear to be completely ordinary also don't seem to be in that much of a rush to get married.
To take an express train, we have to get an express ticket in addition to an ordinary ticket.
Having misconceptions of what mathematics is is even more ordinary than not knowing how to spell my name.
“An ordinary common or garden rat like this
ordinary meeting, proceedings
I'm just ordinary person with a normal life - but I'm quite happy.
During the week these men have ordinary jobs and they’re model citizens.
I think that now there is far too much information for an ordinary consumer in Europe. Look, the ordinary Afghan is sick and tired of hearing about microcredit.

Angielskie słowo "zwykły" (ordinary) występuje w zestawach:

Divine 29 zw. czw. Est 5,1-8; 7,1-10
Divine 8.02.2017. Ga 3,15- 4,7
"New Matura Success" - Pre-Intermediate Unit 10
Unit 2 Lesson 1 Natural Phenomena
[CODZIENNIE] - rozmowy, słuchanie, czytanie

2. wonted wonted



Angielskie słowo "zwykły" (wonted) występuje w zestawach:

Fiszki z książki - "Personae" (Ezra Pound)
Fiszki z książki - "Chardin" (Paul G. Konody)
Fiszki z książki - "No Surrender" (E. Werner)
Fiszki z książki - "Bruno" (Byrd Spilman Dewey)
Fiszki z książki - "A Hero of the Pen" (E. Werner)

3. usual usual


At lunchtime today, our usual restaurant was closed because of a funeral in the family.
Now that Bush has been elected, it will be business as usual.
When speaking to an international audience, it is perhaps best to speak English a little slower than usual.
The usual business hours in this office are from nine to five.
Business as usual.
In English, the usual sentence structure is Subject - Verb - Object/Complement.
When the antecedent is this, that, these or those it is usual to use 'which'.
Usual folks like when other people are similar to themselves, and hate when they are different.
As usual, his thoughts were extremely academic.
It's much less usual for a person to be politically aware than to be politically active.
I'm not bothered. It's just my usual nightcap. Having someone to drink with on occasion might be nice.
They drank tea with lemon, for his nagging cough, with his usual lump and a half of sugar.
So she is more helpful than usual. / And making more sense than usual. / That's usually why people get divorced. / She usually likes the girls I bring home. / I'm not usually like this.
What does destroying evidence get you? The usual thing would be to contact the police, wouldn't it?
That's correct. In Japanese, ウエートレス corresponds both to the English "waitress" and "weightless". However, "waitress" is the more usual meaning.

Angielskie słowo "zwykły" (usual) występuje w zestawach:

Divine 32 zw.wt. 14.11.2017. Daniel 3,8
Enterprise 1 - Companion - Unit 6
fashion- clothes don't make the man
Fiszki z książki - "The Boy with Wings" (Berta Ruck)
Fiszki z książki - "The Golden Age" (Kenneth Grahame)

4. plain plain


I think a plain dress will look more elegant than a patterned one.
Soba is made of buckwheat flour, and udon and kishimen are made of plain wheat flour.
Most of the plain, simple, everyday things he desires can be secured by people of average means.
Plenty of stalls selling fried rattlesnake, rattlesnake kebabs, barbecued rattler, or just plain baked rattlesnake.
plain furnishing
Plain English is a shortcut to the goal of language learning.
Your opinion is off the mark. That's plain to anyone.
The spacious plain spread as far as the eye can see, dotted with groves here and there.
A nudnik who believes he's profound is even worse than just a plain nudnik.
At no time does the plain look so perfect as in early autumn.
I think putting thieves to death is not lawful; and it is plain and obvious that it is absurd and of ill consequence to the commonwealth that a thief and a murderer should be equally punished.
Ms. Yamada translated the fascinating fairy tale into plain Japanese.
Stracciatella ice-cream is nothing but a plain ice-cream with chocolate chips.
Please ensure you always include a link-back in your replies. ">>" in plain ASCII + number (e.g. >>1).
Her clothes were old and dirty, and she wore a tight, plain cap over her beautiful blonde hair.

Angielskie słowo "zwykły" (plain) występuje w zestawach:

angielski w gabinecie stomatologicznym
Matura 2015 repetytorium, Macmillan, Unit 1, Dom
English for dentistry - unit 4
1.1 Appearance and personality (B2-C1)
4.3 Dressed for busiess

5. habitual habitual


habitual criminal, drunkard, offender
his habitual use of heroin
Complaining about change sometimes becomes habitual.
Grandfather sat in his habitual place near the fire.

Angielskie słowo "zwykły" (habitual) występuje w zestawach:

Fiszki z książki - "Beach Scene" (Marshall King)
Fiszki z książki - "Satellite System" (Horace Brow...
Fiszki z książki - "A Father of Women and other po...
Fiszki z książki - "Kinship and Social Organisatio...
Fiszki z książki - "Discoveries A Volume of Essays...

6. sheer sheer


She accomplished the task through sheer will.
sheer magic
By sheer coincidence I bought a flat next to my childhood friend whom I haven't seen for ages.
Her success was due to sheer hard work.
It was sheer coincidence that Mary and I were on the same train.
New York City has long been unusual because of its sheer size.
Miss, that dress is splendid, it has a sheer silhouette and is very classy.
His face betrayed his sheer puzzlement.
Sheer badness is just one of her fine qualities.
It's sheer laziness. This dessert is sheer delight. This hill is too sheer for me - I'm not going there with you. She wore a sheer dress
This dessert is sheer delight.
sheer bad manners/hard work/nonsense
Will the Commission also crack down on sheer exploitation? sheer number, sheer underwear
Definition you use sheer to emphasise the great size, weight, or quantity of something
Gina's sheer coldness attracted scads of men with low self-esteem.

Angielskie słowo "zwykły" (sheer) występuje w zestawach:

Divine 2.02.2017. Wyj 13,1-3;11-16
William Carlos Williams
lekcja dziesiąta
gadanie stanag 6001

7. mere mere


Quantum physics is too difficult for a mere mortal to understand.
A mere repetition of other people's research cannot be called true scientific research.
mere coincidence
There is but One who is absolutely by and through himself, — namely, God; and God is not the mere dead conception to which we have thus given utterance, but he is in himself pure Life.
According to the "ahl al-haqq" the universe consists of only one substance, and all what we name generations and corruptions, death and life, is a mere combination or dissolution of modes.
Is it mere coincidence that "banality", when anagrammed, reads "Ban Italy"?
Mum, a mere woman surrounded by men, works in a construction company as a site foreman.
Robinson considers nature a mere object of scientific study to exploit for his own uses and pleasure.
Mere decay produces richer life.
The Christian Religion not only was at first attended with miracles, but even at this day cannot be believed by any reasonable person without one. Mere reason is insufficient to convince us of its veracity.
Condillac, with sensationalism, revolutionised the concept of mind, making language and gesture prior to ideas, shattering Locke's conception of language as a mere passive medium.
a mere child; the merest suggestion of criticism; it was sold for a mere £45
"We did a slow circuit of the castle, watching Thomas roll down the steep parts of the hill, feeding the ducks that by this stage in the season were so well stuffed they could barely be bothered to come over for mere bread. "
questions that cannot be answered by mere mortals
However, in any historical process, such details are mere trivialities.

Angielskie słowo "zwykły" (mere) występuje w zestawach:

Gateway 3: Człowiek, podróżowanie i turystyka
and then there were none 1,2
Koontz chapter 1 part 3
ang-unit1-language leader
CAE unit 3 cz 1

8. common common


A common way to finance a budget deficit is to issue bonds.
in common
Unless otherwise decided by the directors, if the company has a common seal and it is affixed to a document, the document must also be signed by at least one authorised person in the presence of a witness who attests the signature.
Mathematicians have this in common with the French: whatever you're trying to say to them, they take it and translate it in their own way and turn it around into something completely different.
It really is a nice theory. The only defect I think it has is probably common to all philosophical theories. It's wrong.
When there was despair in the dust bowl and depression across the land, she saw a nation conquer fear itself with a New Deal, new jobs, a new sense of common purpose. Yes, we can.
While the easiest way in metaphysics is to condemn all metaphysics as nonsense, the easiest way in morals is to elevate the common practice of the community into a moral absolute.
In a country where individualism is more common, personal objections to smoking in public are usually respected.
If you listen to great music even the most common things become something magnificent.
One can even buy a so-called Religion, which is really but common morality sanctified with flowers and music. Rob the Church of her accessories and what remains behind?
The verb 'help' takes to-infinitives and bare infinitives but bare infinitives are said to be the most common in casual text; as also used in this example sentence.
In most people's eyes she was nothing more than a common criminal. We are working together for a common purpose. Breast cancer is the most common form of cancer among women in this country.

Angielskie słowo "zwykły" (common) występuje w zestawach:

integracja sensoryczna 1
ZAKUPY I USŁUGI
Unit 6 żywność macmillan
elementarny 4
Angielskie słówka

9. simple simple


That's simple.
An intellectual is a man who says a simple thing in a difficult way; an artist is a man who says a difficult thing in a simple way.
As shown above, it is possible to obtain ample profit and customers with truly simple know-how that anyone can do!
This drama is missing something. All it is is a simple cautionary tale with no real depth.
The people of old were simple through honesty; the people of today are clever through artificiality.
What do you mean? Dima asked, but burped, for if he remained silent, this sentence would be too simple.
It is even becoming accepted even in exam-English that that called "simple future tense" does not exist.
Leading a fulfilling life really comes down to a simple question: When you turn off the lights at night and your head is on the pillow, what do you hear? Your soul singing or Satan laughing?
There was a very simple reason for this: their planet was cooling down internally and would become uninhabitable within 500 years.
Why do people add simple and common sentences such as "hello", "how are you", etc.?
We are shaped by every culture, drawn from every end of the Earth, and dedicated to a simple concept: E pluribus unum: "Out of many, one."
Women are directly adapted to act as the nurses and educators of our early childhood, for the simple reason that they themselves are childish, foolish, and short-sighted.
Everyone who uses Esperanto or works for it, is an Esperantist, and every Esperantist has the complete right, in Esperanto, to see only the language as a simple, cold tool for international comprehension.