Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

gwizdać in English:

1. whistle


I hate when men whistle when they see a pretty woman.
Tom can't play the tin whistle very well.
Did you find any dirt on him? "No, he's clean as a whistle."
When the whistle blows, the race will start.
final whistle
A whistle involves blowing out of your mouth in a certain way.
We were roused at daybreak by the whistle of a train.
You can measure a clown's erection by the sounds of his slide whistle.
When John's neighbor saw John selling drugs, she blew the whistle on him.
A whistle blew, and the boat slowly began to pull out of port.
to make a sound by breathing air out through a small hole made with your lips or through a whistle
Jim likes to whistle and he whistles all the
I can whistle a little bit, but I can’t really whistle a whole song.
Someone whistled at her as she walked past.
Some of the players carried on playing because they hadn't heard the whistle.

English word "gwizdać"(whistle) occurs in sets:

Human sounds with definitions and RP IPA
01. Unit 3 - sound and voices, money
Vocabulary VIII - Noises things make
Dźwięki i odgłosy - poziom A1
SŁOWNICTWO 37 (PAŹDZIERNIK 2014)

2. boo


Her singing was so bad that she was booed off the stage.
a exclamation of contempt or disapproval crowd began to boo

English word "gwizdać"(boo) occurs in sets:

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