Czech English Dictionary

český jazyk - English

skříňka in English:

1. cupboard cupboard


She folded up the towels and put them away in the cupboard.
All of the money in the cupboard was stolen.
built-in cupboards
Do you keep these glasses in a cupboard?
It is not a cupboard, he said in surprise.
Is it a cupboard? Replied Pip.
Open the cupboard to the left, the bottles are in there.
Guitar is propped up against the cupboard
Is the cupboard in the bathroom?
Taking off his boots, he quietly climbed on to the cupboard and looked through the hole in the wall.
On the right there are three cupboards.
Lucy was searching through my cupboards.
I opened the cupboard and saw a big insect.
Keep all your plates and cups in a cupboard.
A cabinet is a cupboard used for displaying things.

English word "skříňka"(cupboard) occurs in sets:

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2. cabinet


He failed to become a cabinet member at that time.
The Cabinet is meeting today to discuss the crisis.
President Jackson called a cabinet meeting.
The cabinet minister wound up submitting his resignation.
Down with the Cabinet!
A cabinet is a cupboard used for displaying things.
The question of worshipping at the Yasukuni Shrine is left to the independent judgement of Cabinet ministers.
The Abe Cabinet is the Cabinet inaugurated on September 26, 2006 by Shinzo Abe, who was appointed as Japan's 90th Prime Minister.
The Abe Cabinet is a coalition Cabinet where the Liberal Democratic Party and New Komei Party form the government.
Forming a cabinet is difficult.
A medicine cabinet is found in the bathroom.
The Cabinet sent round an official notice.
The Cabinet conference was all but over then.
cabinet = a piece of furniture that is used for storing things and usually has doors and shelves
2002: President Bush signs the Homeland Security Act and it becomes an official Cabinet agency.