słownik rosyjsko - angielski

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салфетка po angielsku:

1. tissue tissue

The patient's lung tissue was damaged from years of working in a coal mine.
The bullet went through muscle tissue.
Do you have a tissue?
Why is it so difficult to establish that the nervous cell is the basic unit for the nervous tissue?
From the viewpoint of tissue culture, the environment for this experiment should be more rigidly defined.
Muscle tissue consists of innumerable cells.
I think I'm gonna sneeze. Give me a tissue.
Nitric acid will dissolve most animal tissue.
She wiped her nose with a tissue.
Laura took a tissue and wiped his forehead
human brain tissue
Each tissue type has its function.
Scar tissue forms as skin heals after a surgery.
At high doses, it damages tissues and organs
She wrapped the gift in white tissue paper and put a big red bow on top.

2. napkin

Wipe your hands on the napkin.
Lay the napkin across your lap.
There is a napkin missing.
Cloth napkins look nicer than paper napkins, but you have to wash them after a meal.
Emmy folded the napkin in half.
Could I have napkins, please?
This project grew out of a sketch I made on a napkin at a party last year.
Pat sneezed the napkin off the table
She lifted one corner of the napkin which covered her basket and let me have a quick look.
... in the back of napkin potentially, that's a metaphor...
In the last year or so a number of people have pointed out this truly disgusting trend, that an increasing number of men are using their table napkin to blow their nose
He wiped his mouth with a napkin.
“Not to worry,” grunted Aunt Marge, mopping her face with her napkin
People usually put a napkin over their knees while eating.
Gunther had food all over his face because he didn’t have a napkin.

Angielskie słowo "салфетка" (napkin) występuje w zestawach:

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