Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

obszar in English:

1. area area


mountainous/desert areas
You can get all kinds of things to eat if you go to the free samples area in a department store.
With no supply of water from trees, rainfalls diminish in time and the area keeps drying up.
Japan consists of four major islands and over 3,000 small islands, and is about equal to California in area.
In the past accidents have occurred where shells fell outside of the firing range area used for exercises by the JGSDF.
This shopping district is the only high street in the local area; it stocks the whole line-up from products for daily life to school study equipment.
With the creation of a city area that's more like a town, with plenty of greenery and community buildings, living in the city will soon mean simpler, stress-free lifestyles for the 20,000 that are expected to live, work and play in Edinburgh's Waterfront.
After one or two large factories have been built in or near a town, people come to find work, and soon an industrial area begins to develop.
Yesterday, I found a tiny piece of land for sale in a quiet residential area and I immediately decided to buy it.
As we entered the shopping district Haruna's gaze darted about, just like she was a rustic from the hills, as she looked over the area.
Please let me know immediately if you would like to set up an area of the conference room for your products.
area (n)
This year, Edinburgh began work on its fifteen-year regeneration project to transform its waterfront and provide a new kind of living area for its growing population.
When Columbus discovered America, bison (American buffalo) inhabited a wide-ranging area.
My home phone number is, area code two-oh-one, one-two-three, four-five-six-seven.

English word "obszar"(area) occurs in sets:

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2. tract tract


Millions of beneficial organisms live in the human digestive tract.
The ​house is ​surrounded by ​vast tracts of ​woodland.

English word "obszar"(tract) occurs in sets:

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3. field field


An expert is someone who knows some of the worst mistakes that can be made in his field, and how to avoid them.
English has ‘borrowed’ many words from other languages, for example in the field of music from Italian, Greek, and French.
gravitational field
This oil field used to produce an order of magnitude more oil as it does now.
I gave an answer that was way out in left field when the teacher caught me off-guard and called on me.
Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.
I hope to make clear why I think Emmet's theory, originally introduced in the field of design architecture, is so important in physics.
The exclusion of mathematics from the field of culture is like intellectual castration.
When the All Blacks came out onto the field a roar like 'woooaahh' swept over the crowd.
The car dove into the field and, after bumping along for a time, came to a halt.
Fans of the original comic had a field day with the myriad continuity issues of the movie adaptation.
Is that some sort of uniform? "Oh right, it's because I play field hockey."
The state of the art is the highest level of development, as of a device, technique, or scientific field, achieved at a particular time.
I plan to watch a game at the baseball field the day after tomorrow.
At night, she used to dream of the country and the field of daisies and the apple trees dancing in the moonlight.

English word "obszar"(field) occurs in sets:

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4. extent extent


to what extent
Let's use our brains to the greatest extent possible and see what happens during the planning stages!
To this extent, it has the characteristics of a great complicated balance between plant life and lower forms of animal life.
Foreigners complain that it is difficult to get to know Japanese people. To some extent this may be true.
You were always a perfect 'superhuman' to an infuriating extent, and so that 'habit' was actually one of your cute, or rather charming, attributes.
The earth's ecosystem is to some extent self-correcting, so it is also possible that the effects are being masked by other changes.
Jimmy is to some extent capable of performing this operation.
To a certain extent, we are all responsible for this tragic situation.
What kind of habits can damage one's health to a large extent?
Credit is an amount or limit to the extent of which a person may receive goods or money for payment in the future.
Perception is based, to a very large extent, on conceptual models - which are always inadequate, often incomplete and sometimes profoundly wrong.
Snakes are -to a certain extent- deaf, but can still hear very low sounds and are very sensitive to smells.
I don't know Spanish, but with the help of a Spanish-German dictionary, I nevertheless understood your letter to some extent.
He has come to look like a sly-as-a-fox Premier who uses his position's powers to the fullest extent, to his own advantage.