By the end of the century, the earth will have experienced a dramatic increase in temperature.
I experienced horse riding.
That's what they call 'prejudice'! It's wrong to make your mind up on something you've never experienced!
Google shows a special colorless version of its logo to countries that have experienced recent tragedy.
The postwar has experienced several long periods of continuous strong prosperity, among which are the Jinmu Boom and the Iwato boom.
It has happened that people sleeping with the fan on have experienced a freezing of the stomach, as well as a local air pressure stress leading them to feel unwell.
Having never married, he experienced fatherhood vicariously through his nieces and nephews.
No matter how experienced is the woman, a pure young man will be able to enjoy a pure love.
Benjamin called the sense of awe and reverence experienced before a great work of art "aura".
People that have experienced so-called 'lucid dreams' often describe them as being 'more real than reality'. They also describe reality after waking up from a 'lucid dream' to be like a 'whimsical dream'.
When Chokichi thought listlessly about this winter, and the similar winter before and the one before that, he vividly experienced the fact that as people grow older, they gradually lose their happiness.
Let me ask you something, Dad, she began, in a tone of patiently controlled exasperation that every experienced parent is familiar with.
You should take her advice as she’s very experienced and she knows how to do things properly.
You can tell from the jargon alone that these instructions were written for experienced builders and not the average consumer.
English word "doświadczony"(experienced) occurs in sets:1.2.4. A letter of application for a jobSolomia przydatne słówka lipiec 2018 part. 4Lifestyle Pre-intermediate, unit 4D, plNew Exam Connections Unit 5-work/jobskartkówka z angielskiego (pierwsza część)
Modern finance is becoming increasingly complicated and sophisticated.
I felt utterly out of place among those sophisticated people.
Even small provincial schools are buying sophisticated software for their computer rooms, some countries are introducing e-books instead of the good old paper textbooks.
it's a magazine for more sophisticated readers
It can fly more than 500 miles (805 kilometers)(...); armed versions can fire sophisticated missiles.
Mathematicians are creative artists, their artworks being sophisticated constructs of ideas and aesthetic proofs.
Fans of this kind of music tend to be quite sophisticated.
It's time to keep things casual but sophisticated.
The police used highly sophisticated surveillance equipment.
I suppose some rich people, some politicians or university teachers are sophisticated.
Computers are here to stay and they'll become more and more sophisticated, but we have to remember they are just tools.
I'm a simple farmer and I don't belong to this sophisticated company of celebrities.
It’s better to avoid sophisticated vocabulary unless you can use it properly.
The new equipment in the computer room is extremely sophisticated, so be careful when you use it!
English word "doświadczony"(sophisticated) occurs in sets:talking about people upper intermediateSłownictwo angielkie z podręcznika Matura Solution...Język angielski słownicwoangielski upper