Angielski 07/05/2017

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[informal] to pull something forcefully with a quick movement; to suddenly remove someone or something; szarpać
to coin a phrase
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something you say ironically before using an expression that has been very popular or used too much
to coin the term
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to create the term, to be the first to use the term
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in an awkward way or showing no expression; drewnianie
to disembark
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to disembark in English
to leave a ship, aircraft, etc. after a journey
to deride
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to laugh at someone or something in a way that shows you think they are stupid or of no value
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with physical power or violence
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(an example of) uncontrolled and excited behaviour or emotion that is sometimes violent
In a frenzy of rage
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w szaleństwie wściekłości
the media frenzy over sth
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szaleństwo mediów
to dog
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to cause difficulties
to dog sb
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to follow someone closely and continuously
go to the dogs
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to become very much less successful than in the past; schodzić na psy
you can't teach an old dog new tricks
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said to mean that it is very difficult to teach someone new skills or to change someone's habits or character
you can't win 'em all
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[idiom] something you say that means it is not possible to succeed at everything you do
you could have heard a pin drop
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something that you say in order to describe a situation where there was complete silence, especially because people were very interested or very surprised by what was happening

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