Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

fascynujący in English:

1. fascinating

Tom found Mary fascinating.
It was quite fascinating to see how these men were surviving.
He met many fascinating people in the course of his travels.
This museum displays a fascinating collection of Celtic objects.
Wondering what makes it so fascinating.
What makes the classics both intriguing and fascinating is that they're near enough that we can feel the similarity and they're distant enough that we have to do some work to bridge the gap.
Ms. Yamada translated the fascinating fairy tale into plain Japanese.
Tatoeba gave Imogen of the Internet a fascinating opportunity to compulsively produce a series of extremely short stories.
I found it fascinating what you were saying about global warming.
Some fascinating facts came to light.
He finds that singer fascinating. He watches her videos every day.
We heard a fascinating storyabout how people used to travel in the past.
I found the book fascinating and couldn’t put it down.
I do not know any reading more easy, more fascinating, more delightful than a catalogue.

English word "fascynujący"(fascinating) occurs in sets:

Clothes and fashion and Fashion industry
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2. gripping

It was a gripping drama, I couldn't take my eyes off it.
A gripping film is the one you can't stop watching.
gripping book
It's absolutely gripping! I cant's remember when I last read a book with a flashlight under my blanket.
There are some gripping images and one hair-raising moment.
Some films are extremely gripping.
The book was so gripping but the film didn’t do it justice.
Collins’ gripping detective novel
it was gripping tale of murder
there is a gripping thriler on tv tonigt
It's not as gripping as dinosaur sex, so we're not going to go into it further.
The book's plot is gripping for every reader.
Crime stories by Miłoszewski are very gripping
A gripping story. I was hooked from the very first page.
Disaster films are more gripping than comedians.

English word "fascynujący"(gripping) occurs in sets:

kultura - macmillan matura podstawowa
sprawdzone potwierdzone

3. exciting

It's so exciting.
Cities are exciting places, but also stressful.
I'll be glued to the TV tonight watching a really exciting program.
They found it exciting to play baseball on the playground.
He has written a number of exciting detective stories.
At the end of the path there was a mailbox. One day, there was an exciting letter in it, and it was for me.
The movie got more and more exciting, until at length, people were sitting on the edge of their chairs.
The men's and women's singles finals at Wimbledon are among the most exciting and popular sports events of the year.
In many cultures, accountants aren't thought of as an exciting lot.
If we are to judge the future of ocean study by its past, we can surely look forward to many exciting discoveries.
It is exciting living in a different country, but you still have the ordinary things like bills to sort out.
The competition will be so exciting this year. I can’t wait.
Do you think the discovery of different forms of life in space would be exciting?
It's not very exciting, but if you know what's there, it's pretty emotional.
Do you know any really exciting food shops in London?

English word "fascynujący"(exciting) occurs in sets:

Business English
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4. enthralling

English word "fascynujący"(enthralling) occurs in sets:

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5. fascinated

The tourists were fascinated with the exquisite scenery.
Young children are often fascinated by science.
She fascinated me.
The audience were fascinated by his speech.
Arthur is fascinated by Spanish culture.
“I continue to be fascinated by the fact that feelings are not just the shady side of reason but that they help us to reach decisions as well.”
She was fascinated by that Chinese dress.
I was fascinated with him.
Despite being fascinated with English, many Japanese don't even try to study it.
The scientist was fascinated by the new discovery.
I am fascinated not so much by ballet itself as by the way the human body moves.
/ˈfæs.ɪ.neɪ.tɪd/ We ​watched fascinated as he ​cleaned and ​repaired the ​watch. I was fascinated to ​hear about his ​travels in Japan. They were ​absolutely fascinated by the ​game.
The boy was very fascinated.
I've always been fascinated with the hippocampus
I listened, fascinated, to the discussion.

6. riveting

It's a riveting story.
It was one of the most riveting films I've ever seen.
the book is a riveting account of the legend
A riveting documentary/speech Everybody found her speech riveting.
I found the film absolutely riveting.
Is there some gustatory or culinary analog of a novel or film? In other words, can you eat or taste a complete, riveting story the way you can watch or read one?