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przymus, konieczność
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compulsion
a very strong feeling of wanting to do something repeatedly that is difficult to control:
For many people, dieting is a compulsion, I seem to have a constant compulsion to eat.
kujon
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brainiac, wonk
zmięknąć, złagodnieć, popuścić, udobruchać się
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relent
to act in a less severe way toward someone and allow something that you had refused to allow before
Her parents eventually relented and let her go to the party.
udobruchać
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pacify
to cause someone who is angry or upset to be calm and satisfied
He pacified his crying child with a bottle and lollipop. It was difficult for the police to pacify the angry crowd.
ekierka
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setsquare
mianowac kogoś, wyznaczyć
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designate, appoint
to choose someone officially to do a particular job
Traditionally, the president designates his or her successor.
dziurkacz
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punch
niesprawiedliwość,
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iniquity
a very wrong and unfair action or situation
They fought long and hard against the iniquities of apartheid, The writer reflects on human injustice and iniquity
nadmiernie
an amount that is more than acceptable, expected, or reasonable
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excessively, in excess
There will be an increase in tax for those earning in excess of (= more than) twice the national average wage.
An excess of enthusiasm is not always a good thing. They both eat to excess
porzucenie, zaniechanie
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abandonment
the act of leaving someone or something or of ending or stopping something, usually forever
The abandonment of the island followed nuclear tests in the area.
przyjąć opinie
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embrace an opinion
embrace an opinion that is contrary to one's religious beliefs
zszywacz
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stapler
sanie
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sleigh, sled
an object used for traveling over snow and ice with long, narrow strips of wood or metal under it instead of wheels
wizerunek, podobizna
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effigy, image, likeness
a model or other object that represents someone, especially one of a hated person that is hanged or burned in a public place
Crowds marched through the streets carrying burning effigies of the president.
cukinia
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courgette
hipnotyzować
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mesmerize, hypnotize
to have someone's attention completely so that they cannot think of anything else:
to have someone's attention completely so that they cannot think of anything else:
pielić(chwasty)
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weed
ślina
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saliva
the liquid produced in your mouth to keep the mouth wet and to help to prepare food to be digested
dietietyk
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dietitian
nieskażony
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uncontaminated
żonojebka
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vest, undershirt
a type of underwear, often with no sleeves, that covers the upper part of the body, worn for extra warmth
ograniczony(umysłowo)
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narrow-minded
skąpy
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tight-fisted
unwilling to spend money
Don't wait for Krista to buy you a drink - she's too tight-fisted
zawzięty
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obstinate
unreasonably determined, especially to act in a particular way and not to change at all, despite what anyone else says
He can be very obstinate at times. obstinate weeds. Invading troops met with obstinate resistance by guerrilla forces.
zadufany w sobie
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self-important
believing that you are more important or have a higher value than other people
He never comes across as pompous or self-important
szczerze mówiąc
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frankly
used when giving an honest and direct opinion, often one that might upset someone:
That's a frankly absurd suggestion. Quite frankly, I think this whole situation is ridiculous.
przykleić
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glue, paste
my brother spends his whole time glued to the TV. He's such a couch potato
rozkojarzony, roztrzepany
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distracted, distracted
roztargniony
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absent-minded
Someone who is absent-minded often forgets things or does not pay attention to what is happening near them because they are thinking about other things
rządzący się
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bossy
maruda
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wet blanket
Why do you have to be such a wet blanket. Don't spoil our fun
rozrzutny
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extravagant lavish
spending too much money, or using too much of something. lavish gifts/promises/praise lavish spending lavish banquets
the extravagant lifestyle of a movie star It was very extravagant of you to buy strawberries out of season.
skazany na zagładę
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doom-laden
niszczyć
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vandalize
the benches in the park have been vandalized by the group of quite young people who ramble/roam the city at night
łatwo dostepny
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easily accessible
kasza
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groats
fosa, otoczyć fosą
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moat, surround with a moat
a deep, wide ditch surrounding a castle, fort or town, typically filled with water and intented as a defense againts attack
moated castle
trąd
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leprosy
staw, sadzawka
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pond
świecznik
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candlestick, candelabra
a large branched candlestick or holder for several candles or lamps
pochylać się
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stoop
to bend the top half of the body forward and down
The doorway was so low that we had to stoop to go through it.
romański
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Romanesque
relating to a style
zaborczy
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invasive
rozpadlina
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rift
a large crack in the ground or in rock. a serious disagreement that separates two people who have been friends and stops their friendship continuing
the marriage caused a rift between the brothers. the stream had cut a deep rift in the rock
gęsty
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dense
dense forest, densely populated, the pastry with dense consistency
przyprawa
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condiment
a substance, such as salt, that you add to food to improve its taste
uniwersalny
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all-purpose, universal
owies
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oat
skrócenie, olej do pieczenia
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shortening
a type of solid vegetable oil, or sometimes butter or lard (= fat from animals), that is used in cooking, especially to make pastry soft and crumbly (= easily broken)
spóźnialstwo
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tardiness
the quality of being late or slow:
I know how frustrating it can be to get behind schedule because of one person's tardiness.
wrzask, hałas, przekręt, machinacje, wymuszanie okupu, wyłudzanie pieniędzy
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racket
an unpleasant loud continuous noise, a dishonest or illegal activity that makes money(crime)
hey were making such a racket outside that I couldn't get to sleep. They were jailed for running a protection/prostitution racket.
formować, nosić w sobie
foetus-płód
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gestate
(of a female animal) to have a baby developing inside the body or (of a child or young animal) to develop inside a mother's body: (of an idea, thought, or plan) to develop or be developed over time
The internet had been gestating since the fifties., healthy foetuses that have gestated at least 20 weeks
psota, figiel
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mischief, prank
floki the mischief-maker
bezkonkurencyjny
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matchless
of a very high standard or quality and better than everything else
matchless hair of Thor's wife Sif
zwijać się, skręcać się
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writhe
to make large twisting movements with the body:
The pain was so unbearable that he was writhing in agony.
przebiegły
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wily, cunning
(of a person) intelligent, having a very good understanding of situations, possibilities, and people, and often willing to use tricks to achieve an aim
plan, projekt, intryga, knuć
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scheme
Even before he arrived, the wily Loki was already scheming how he would get the dwarves to do his bidding.
wystawić kogoś do walki przeciwko komuś
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to pit sb against sb
He decided that his best bet was to pit two families against each other.
rzucić wyzwanie
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issue the challenge
stracić, zrzec się
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forfeit
to lose the right to do or have something because you have broken a rule
Literally—if Brokk and Eitri won, Loki would forfeit his head to them.
obsługiwać miechy
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to man bellows
śmiać się ostatnim
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have the last laugh
wyciągnąć
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whip out
I'd be a little more disposed to whip out... that old wallet of mine.
budka telefoniczna,
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booth
a small space like a box that a person can go into
a polling booth
kadzidło, okadzać
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incense
kradzież
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theft
smużka dymu, kosmyk
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A wisp of smoke
a small, thin line of cloud/smoke/steam, a thin, delicate piece of hair, grass, et
chodzić, kroczyć, stąpać, deptać
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tread
trod, trodden
Yuck! Look what I've just trodden in. He trod heavily and reluctantly up the stairs.
młyn
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mill
ogrodzenie, załącznik
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enclosure, attachment
an enclosure for the horses
nozdrze
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nostril
przystawka
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appetizer
rakotwórczy
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carcinogenic
used to refer to a substance that causes cancer
podróba
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knock-off
a cheap copy of a popular product:
Is that the real thing or a knock-off?
szybować
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soar
to rise very quickly to a high level: House prices soared a further 20 percent.
Temperatures will soar over the weekend, say the weather forecasters. All night long fireworks soared into the sky.
błogość, rozkosz
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bliss
you could find it as a bliss when learning language and finding out you are able to comunicate fluently with others. it's a bliss just lying on a meadow don't being worried of everyday problems.
miec skojarzenia z
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have associations with
She may had associations with something wicked in the history. However it's rather associated with divinity and abundance now
sierp
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sickle
lipa
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linden
cecha
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trait
a particular characteristic that can produce a particular type of behavior
His sense of humor is one of his better traits.
banalny, tandetny
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cheesy
of bad quality or in bad taste
She gave a cheesy grin to the cameras. cheesy commercials
sofa
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settee
niesłyszalny
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inaudible
The noise of the machinery made her voice inaudible.
szuflada
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drawer
For the umpteenth time, Anthony, knives and forks go in the middle drawer!
n-ty, mnóstwo
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umpteen
used to say that something happened or came after many other similar things
I drank my umpteenth cup of coffee. inspired by bing watching every season of 'Vikings' by umpteenth time
znaczący, widoczny, rzucający się w oczy, sterczący
promineance
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prominent
very well known and important, Something that is in a prominent position can easily be seen or noticed, sticking out from a surface(nose)
New books are displayed in a prominent position on tables at the front of the store. a prominent member of the Saudi royal family The government should be playing a more prominent role in promoting human rights.
podbródek
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chin
tkwić, zamieszkiwać
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reside
security of the sites they reside on
naruszyć, iść na kompromis, skompromitować, ustąpić, zagrozić
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compromise
compromise private information
Don't compromise your beliefs/principles for the sake of being accepted.
borsuk
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badger
nieruchomości, teren
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premises
I intend to sell these premises to the highest bidder
wisiorek
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pendant
a piece of jewelry worn around the neck, consisting of a long chain with an object hanging from it, or the object itself:
She was wearing a crystal pendant
poruszenie, ożywienie
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agitation
worry and anxiety
He arrived home in a state of agitation. There was no trace of agitation on his face
schludny, czysty, zadbany, zgrabny
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neat
tidy, with everything in its place, Neat people like to keep themselves, their house, and their possessions tidy and in good order
You have such neat handwriting. They did a very neat job stitching up your knee - there's hardly a scar there. I try to be neat, but my husband is a slob.
sugestywny, przywołanie
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evocative, evocation
making you remember or imagine something pleasant, Her evocation of winter is spare and beautiful.
a sound evocative of the sea
upadek bioróżnorodności
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biodiversity collapse
pionek
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pawn
any one of the eight least valuable pieces in the game of chess, a person who does not have any real power but is used by others to achieve something
bóstwo
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deity
pług
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plow(plough)
legowisko, nora
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den
the home of particular types of wild animal, a room in a house or apartment, used for activities not involving work
zestaw, rynsztunek
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kit
a set of things, such as tools or clothes, used for a particular purpose or activity. the equipment needed for a particular purpose or activity
a first-aid/tool kit. A pregnency-testing kit They were wearing football kit.
pojemność, zdolność
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capacity
the total amount that can be contained or produced
The stadium has a seating capacity of 50,000. We are running below capacity (= not producing as many goods as we are able to) because of canceled orders.
rogaty
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horned
oszczerstwo
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slander
a false spoken statement about someone that damages their reputation, or the making of such a statement:
The doctor is suing his partner for slander. She regarded his comment as a slander on her good reputation.
po brzegi
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to the brim
the very top edge of a container- brim
She poured the cream until it reached the brim. She passed him the mug, filled/full to the brim with hot black coffee.
półksiężyc
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crescent
something with) a curved shape that has two narrow pointed ends, like the moon when it is less than half of a circle:
The moon was a brightly shining crescent.
informator
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whistle-blower (informant)
a person who tells someone in authority about something illegal that is happening, especially in a government department or a company
skąpy
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stingy, cheep
Someone who is cheap is unwilling to spend money:
The boss is cheap – he’ll never buy a new truck if he can squeeze a few more miles out of the old one.
wściec się
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go through the roof(hit the roof)
to get very angry, to rise to a very high level:
When I was expelled from school, my parents went through the roof. Prices have gone through the roof.
uprzejmy
synonym: well mannared
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courteous
polite and showing respect
Although she often disagreed with me, she was always courteous
plastelina
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plasticine, moddeling clay
a brand name for a soft substance like clay produced in different colors, used especially by children to make shapes and models
zobowiązanie / obowiązek
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obligation / commitment
the fact that you are obliged to do something
If you have not signed a contract, you are under no obligation to pay them any money. You have a legal obligation to ensure your child receives an education
robota, (prace domowe)
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chores
a job or piece of work that is often boring or unpleasant but needs to be done regularly
I'll go shopping when I've done my chores (= done the jobs in or around the house). I find writing reports a real chore (= very boring).
pracowity, pilny
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industrious, diligent
An industrious person works hard
She's extremely competent and industrious.
pracowity dom
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a hive of activity/industry
a place where a lot of people are working very hard
The whole house was a hive of activity on the day before the wedding.
kuweta
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litter box
zapanować, dominować, wymóc, panoszyć się, trwać
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prevail
to get control or influence. to be common among a group of people or area at a particular time. This attitude still prevails among the middle classes.
I am sure that common sense will prevail in the end. And did reason prevail over (= become a more powerful influence than) emotion.
wabik, nęcenie, pokusa, mamić, nęcić
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lure
to persuade someone to do something or go somewhere by offering them something exciting
evil lures us, Supermarket chains try to lure customers with price discounts. She was lured into the job by the offer of a high salary.
stodoła
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barn
a large building on a farm in which animals or hay (= dried grass) and grain are kept
żywica
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resin
a thick, sticky substance that is produced by some trees and that becomes yellow and hard after it is collected, or any of various similar substances produced by a chemical process for use in industry
pine resin
syrena
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mermaid
nieodwracalnie
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irreversibly
in a way that is not possible to change or impossible to return to a previous condition
The monument has already been irreversibly damaged. Smoking has caused irreversible damage to his lungs.
zmusić
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compel
to force someone to do something
The new circumstances compelled a change in policy. As a schoolboy he was compelled to wear shorts even in the winter.
odłożyć na potem, na półkę
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shelve
to not take action on something until a later time, to put something onto shelves, or to fix shelves somewhere
to not take action on something until a later time
skraj
skraj
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brink
the point where a new or different situation is about to begin, the edge of a cliff or other high area
Extreme stress had driven him to the brink of a nervous breakdown, She was standing right on the brink of the gorge.
wąwóz
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gorge
klamra, spiąć klamerką
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buckle
a piece of metal at one end of a belt or strap, used to fasten the two ends together
opuszczony
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derelict, abandoned
Derelict buildings or places are not cared for and are in bad condition
a derelict site, The theater has been left to stand/lie derelict.
wsiąść na pokład, rozpocząć, zaokrętować
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embark
to go on to a ship or an aircraft
We embarked at Miami for our Caribbean cruise.
zatopiony w złotej mgle
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sunk into a golden haze
obsypać, rozrzucić
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(strew, strewed, strewn); sprinkle, scatter
to scatter things over a surface:
The park was strewn with litter after the concert.
obfity, sowity
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plentiful
czcionka
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font
płytki, mielizna, spłycieć
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shallow
having only a short distance from the top to the bottom
bezowocny
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unfruitful
kłos
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ear
the flower part of a plant like a grass, such as wheat, that later contains the grains that are used as food:
an ear of corn
wysiadac, płonący, WYLĄDOWAĆ
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alight (get out, on fire, LAND)
to land on something, to get out of a vehicle, especially a train or bus, brightly lit up, showing excitement and happiness
A butterfly alighted gently on the flower. The suspect alighted from the train at Euston and proceeded to Heathrow.
bekać
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burp
poryw, poryw wiatru, wiać
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gust
a sudden strong wind
A sudden gust of wind blew his umbrella inside out. She could hear gusts of laughter (= sudden, loud laughter) from within the room.
rufa, srogi
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stern
cholera!
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dang it!
lejek
zmielić- grind
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funnel
an object that has a wide round opening at the top, sloping sides, and a narrow tube at the bottom, used for pouring liquids or powders into containers with narrow necks:
After you grind the coffee, use a funnel to pour it into the jar.
rozpostrzec
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unfurl, unwind
If a flag, sail, or banner unfurls, it becomes open from a rolled position, and if you unfurl a flag, etc., you make it do this:
The demonstrators unfurled a large banner
sitko
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strainer
wyciskarka do czosnku
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garlic press
odtluszczony
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skimmed
skimmed milk powder
emulgator
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emulsifier
niestrudzony
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tireless
gaj, lasek
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grove
a group of trees planted close together
oak grove
pozór, przebranis
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guise
the appearance of someone or something, especially when intended to deceive
The men who arrived in the guise of drug dealers were actually undercover police officers. The company has been accused of trying to sell their products under the guise of market research
proroczy, wyrokujący
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oracular
rosa
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dew
węzeł jest odniesieniem
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knot is a reference
tasak
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chopper
promieniować
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radiate
harfa, grać na harfie
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harp, play the harp
brzoza
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birch
cyfra
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digit
any one of the ten numbers 0 to 9:
The number 345 contains three digits.
odpowiednio, kolejno
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respectively, in sequence
in a way that relates or belongs to each of the separate people or things you have just mentioned
Steven and James are aged 10 and 13 respectively.
narracja, opowiadanie historii
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narrative
a story or a description of a series of events.
a gripping/compelling narrative
odejmować
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subtract
apel, odwołać się do
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appeal
They're launching (= starting) an appeal to raise money for famine victims. the quality in someone or something that makes him, her, or it attractive or interesting
This used to be a marvelous hotel but it has lost its appeal in recent years, sex appeal. It's a program designed to appeal mainly to 16 to 25-year-olds.
oprócz, abstrahując od
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apart from
separated by a distance or by time. except for or not considering
Stand with your feet wide apart. Apart from you and me/You and me apart, I don't think there was anyone there under 30.
niefortunny
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ill-fated
unlucky and unsuccessful, often resulting in death:
The ill-fated aircraft later crashed into the hillside
rydwan
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chariot
szpik
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marrow
soft tissue containing a lot of fat in the center of a bone
tkanka
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tissue
a group of connected cells in an animal or plant that are similar to each other, have the same purpose, and form the stated part of the animal or plant
czara, kielich
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goblet, chalice
a container from which a drink, especially wine, is drunk, usually made of glass or metal, and with a stem and a base but no handles
tłocznia
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press
winepress
cząsteczka
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molecule
dłubać w nosie
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pick your nose
zauważyć, spostrzec
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spot
spot the weakest links
obalić mit
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refute the myth
pocisk
resume-If an activity resumes, or if you resume it, it starts again after a pause
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missile
a flying weapon that has its own engine so that it can travel a long distance before exploding at the place that it has been aimed at
Missile attacks on the capital resumed at dawn.
przeciwstawiać się
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stand up to
wydatek, koszt
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expense
zwracać, refundowac
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reimburse
to pay back money to someone who has spent it for you or lost it because of you
I will reimburse you for any extra expanse you may have
podpierać, podpora
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prop
to support something physically, often by leaning it against something else or putting something under it
I propped my bike (up) against the wall. She was sitting at the desk with her chin propped on her hands. prop it up. A lot of people use cigarettes as a sort of social prop (= to make them feel more confident).
obroża (psa)
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collar
the part around the neck of a piece of clothing, usually sewn on and sometimes made of different material. a strap made of leather or other strong material that is put around the neck of an animal, especially a dog or cat
I grabbed the dog by the collar and dragged it out of the room.
personifikacja, odtwarzanie roli
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impersonification
here is my impersonification of Heath Ledger
mroczny
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murky
murky realm of Hel
dostarczyć, przewieźć(promem, droga powietrzną)
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To ferry
A man may be ferried away by Valkyries to Odin's martial hall
orzezwic, krzepić
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invigorate
to make someone feel fresher, healthier, and more energetic
We were invigorated by our walk
brzeg
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bank
błagać, wstawić się za kimś
attorney-lawyer
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plead
to make an urgent, emotional statement or request for something, to make a statement of what you believe to be true, especially in support of something or someone or when someone has been accused in a law court:
They paid a high-powered attorney to plead their case (= argue for them in court). He was on his knees, pleading for mercy/forgiveness.
pokonać
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subdue
to reduce the force of something, or to prevent something from existing or developing:
The fire burned for eight hours before the fire crews could subdue it.
stanowić
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constitute
to be or be considered as something
This latest defeat constitutes a major setback for the Democrats.
wpadka,
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setback
something that happens that delays or prevents a process from developing
There has been a slight/temporary setback in our plans.
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axis
the Earth spins on its axes
korkociąg
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corkscrew
obracać, kręcić
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spin(spun, span), rotate
to turn around and around especially fast
spin the ball and it will change direction when it hits the ground
idealny
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ideal
ideal approach for parents and children is for partners to share the responsibility for raising a family
tkliwość
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affection
a feeling of liking for a person or place
he had a deep affliction for his aunt
staranie, dążyć
strive- synonym
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endeavor
to try to do something
Engineers are endeavouring to locate the source of the problem.

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