Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

śnieg in English:

1. snow snow


It's been snowing all night and now everything is white.
Maybe it'll snow.
Mary had a little lamb whose fleece was white as snow.
Tom told Mary that it would probably snow all day.
A heavy snow fell in Kyoto for the first time in ages.
In the mountain area, snow has fallen more than fifty centimeters deep.
Fresh snow brought about a festive atmosphere.
Snow reminds me of my hometown.
In January of that year, we saw snow for four days, from the fourteenth to the seventeenth.
If your car doesn't have snow tires, you shouldn't drive on icy roads.
He did a real snow job on my daughter.
These shoes are good for walking in deep snow.
It began to snow heavily as I got off the train.
A group of people started off in snow boots.
The snow that had piled up on the roof at night came down with a thud.

English word "śnieg"(snow) occurs in sets:

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2. snowline snowline



3. snowing snowing


To make matters worse, it began snowing.
How long has it been snowing?
It's snowing.
When I awoke, it was snowing.
Although it is snowing, I must go.
It has finally stopped snowing and has warmed up.
I awoke to find it snowing.
It stopped snowing an hour ago.
It will be snowing when we arrive at Shiga Heights.
It was snowing when I woke up.
Looks like it's snowing, eh?
Will it start snowing at noon or later?
Though it was snowing, it wasn't very cold outside.
It’s snowing outside – let’s go and make a snowman.
Snowing at this time of the year is unusual.

4. snow's snow's