It's really hot outside, so I think I'll go and have a quick swim in the pool.
He plays dirty pool.
Tom said he couldn't clean the pool tomorrow afternoon.
If you have an indoor swimming pool, you're probably pretty rich.
Children under thirteen years of age are not admitted to this swimming pool.
Tom and Mary aren't interested in buying a house with a pool.
I applied for a job as a lifeguard at the community pool.
That pool really looks inviting.
Is this pool deep?
If we pool our resources, it'll be that much easier to solve the problem.
But I don't think the pool is open this weekend.
a pool of blood; a pool of light
As unemployment rises, the pool of cheap labour increases.
You need citizens who understand the role of each branch of government because young people don’t inherit the concepts through the gene pool, every generation has to learn it.
Let's pool our money and travel as a group.
English word "group"(pool) occurs in sets:słówka week 2
Kinsey thought it was bunk, so he got to...
bunk down, bed, cot
That’s all bunk.
a building society
Human society is a function of all humanity, those who profit most from it should pay the most for the benefit they gain, of course being greedy, they just want more.
The same energy of character which renders a man a daring villain would have rendered him useful to society, had that society been well organized.
Although the fork entered society on the tables of rich people, many members of royalty, such as Elizabeth I of England and Louis XIV of France, ate with their fingers.
In fact history does not belong to us but rather we to it. Long before we understand ourselves through the process of self-examination, we understand ourselves in a self-evident way in the family, society, and state in which we live.
Science and technology have come to pervade every aspect of our lives and, as a result, society is changing at a speed which is quite unprecedented.
развитие общества|development of society
For a long time society was strongly hierarchal and unequal, primarily composed of peasants. The most backward, impoverished population, were crushed by the weight of the taxes, wars, and famines.
English word "group"(society) occurs in sets:Smart Time 4 1d, 1e 1f 1g
The car stalled because you didn't step on the clutch.
He'll clutch at any straw.
She clutched his hand.
She was clutching a bottle of champagne.
To grasp (something) tightly is called to clutch
He died, clutching his stomach.
Push the clutch down with your left foot.
The preschooler clutched his mother tightly.
But Bell cannot be freed entirely from the clutches of the Bloomsbury set,
I took my foot off the clutch
She inserted the key, pressed the clutch and turned the wheel.
The lorry needs a new clutch.
Dudley had a crisp twenty-pound note clutched in his fat fist
He was desperatly clutching to the edge
Repeatedly slamming the clutch pedal, I somehow managed to get the clutch disengaged so I could just about drive for the time being.
English word "group"(clutch) occurs in sets:angielski C1
We'll work in groups.
The man formerly known as the "priest" blessed a group of people that was formerly known as the "congregation", but could no longer be called so due to demanding technical criteria.
Totem poles consist of a group of figures that represent animals, birds, fish, mythological beings and supernatural beasts.
The race developed into a free-for-all but Shinomiya lapped the group and in the final stage steadily piled on points with good timing to achieve victory.
In a football game the spectators are usually ardent rooters for one of the two teams, but there also is a small group who will climb on the bandwagon of the winning team.
Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.
This group passes out information on such things as travel and health care, and encourages its members to vote on issues that affect this age group such as legislation regulating the insurance industry, medical care and housing.
Given our interdependence, any world order that elevates one nation or group of people over another will inevitably fail. So whatever we think of the past, we must not be prisoners of it.
For this race, people under the age of 35 (including 35) join the young people's group; people from 36 to 50 years old join the middle-aged group and people 51 or over join the elderly group.
It was good to feel like one of the group, because my blond hair and 185 cm height already made me stand out.
The theory of games shows that what we name "moral principles" are no other than the strategy elements enabling the group to optimise its survival. Men like to dress their eagerness under the guise of charity.
Они вернулись группами|They returned in groups
Soviet and Western observers have warned that if the Muslim republics do not join the commonwealth, they may from a separate group, setting up a volatile ethnic and religious split.
The American anthropologist Margaret Mead once said that one should never underestimate what a small group of dedicated people can accomplish.