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the force or action of one object hitting another:
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impact
The impact of the crash reduced the car to a third of its original length. The bullet explodes on impact (= when it hits another object).
having a negative or harmful effect on something:
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adverse
The match has been cancelled because of adverse weather conditions.
to leave one thing or place, especially quickly, in order to go to another:
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skip
She watched her little granddaughter skip down the path.
reminding you of something else; asocjacyjny, skojarzeniowy
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associative
involving a series of events or thoughts in which one follows another one directly:
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linear
These mental exercises are designed to break linear thinking habits and encourage creativity.
formal If something happens ______, it happens after a long period of time:
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at length
At length, the authorities allowed her to go home.
przetwarzanie informacji
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processing information
to take hold of something or someone suddenly and roughly: (=snatch), zlapac, chwytac, zagarnac
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grab
A mugger grabbed her handbag as she was walking across the park.
to jump on one foot or to move about in this way:
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hop
I tried to hop on my good foot while holding onto Jim.
to say that you know from experience that something is true or good, or that someone is honest and has a good character:
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vouch for sth
Patricia has checked the reports and can vouch for the accuracy of the information.
a saying or remark that is very often made and is therefore not original and not interesting:
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clichè
My wedding day - and I know it's a cliché - was just the happiest day of my life.
a system of rules, ideas, or beliefs that is used to plan or decide something: szkielet, struktura, konstrujcja, podstawy
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framework
to accept something as it appears to be rather than studying it more closely: sadzic po pozorach, zakladac prawdziwosc czegos, brac cos za dobra monete
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take sth at face value
I took the offer at face value. I didn't think they might be trying to trick me.
a series of related things or events, or the order in which they follow each other:
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sequence
The first chapter describes the strange sequence of events that led to his death.
to be able to understand how someone else feels
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empathise
It's very easy to empathize with the characters in her books.
informal a feeling of excitement, energy, and pleasure:
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buzz
I love riding fast - it gives me a real buzz.
used to describe the reaction that people have to a dangerous situation, that makes them either stay and deal with it, or run away:
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fight-or-flight
a fight-or-flight response
to cause someone to feel sexual excitement, //// excitement pobudzenie
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arousal
disapproving to change something in order to make it less strongly expressed, less harmful, or less offensive:
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sanitize
The military wants to allow only a sanitized report/version of the incident to become public.
okrojony, ugrzecdzniony
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sanitized
a generally accepted opinion or decision among a group of people:
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consensus
The general consensus in the office is that he can't do his job.
the act of changing to the next stage of development:
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progression
Drugs can slow down the progression of the disease.
​ to prevent something from continuing: used especially in news reports (stop)
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halt
"Halt!" called the guard. "You can't go any further without a permit."
a statement or idea that you accept as true and use as a base for developing other ideas; zalozenie, przeslanka
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premise
The conclusions you have drawn are based on a false premise.

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