Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

odkryć in English:

1. discover discover


Everyone was very surprised to discover that the slave girl was in reality a princess.
Columbus discovered America.
It is only by the exercise of reason that man can discover God.
When we seek to discover the best in others, we somehow bring out the best in ourselves.
Don't use "discover" when you mean "invent".
Discover all the services and advantages of first class.
If you discover any problems on Tatoeba, you should go ahead and blame Sysko.
His crew members often complained of Christopher Columbus's hogging of their vessel's Wifi connection to play online games, but he denied these accusations with indignation, claiming that he was researching faraway lands that they had yet to discover.
I have read a good many books to discover what the authorities had to say that made the matter a little plainer.
For when a woman is left too much alone, sooner or later she begins to think;- And no man knows what then she may discover.
You can discover more about a person in an hour of play than in a year of conversation.
The first and the simplest emotion which we discover in the human mind is Curiosity.
It was discovered that he didn't pay taxes and he ended up in jail.
Many people are keen to discover more about their family history.
The role of the historian is less to discover and catalog documents than to interpret and explain them.

2. uncover


The police have uncovered new evidence.
uncover unconscious motivation
uncover the facts
It is not necessary to uncover fraud
The inspectors uncovered evidence of corruption. He uncovered the memorial monument
The biography is an attempt to uncover the inner man.
I dare not probe too deeply, lest I uncover the awful truth!

3. reveal


His shirt came up at the back, revealing an expanse of white skin
reveal a secret
reveal that he was behind the bandit attacks, and resign.
The severity of such marks can reveal whether or not any of these people were habitually engaged in hard labor.
In 2007 there was an agreement to protect a large area of rainforest and environmental scientists have just revealed some of the strange and rare animals and insects that live there.
A glance at Chart 2 will reveal that some of these trade cycles are very short-lived.
'm not going to change those tiles at all, but I'm going to reveal the rest of the scene and see what happens to your perception.
A polite way to reveal knowledge of a fact without telling the source of the information is to say, "a little bird told me".
Well she found, through her online research, a nuclear bone scan that's usually used for cancer, but it can also reveal inflammation.
a closer inspection of McDonald's own ingredient list reveals that the pork sandwich contains a total of 70 ingredients.
A recent report by Oxfam and Credit Suisse revealed how divided we all are when it comes to wealth.
Researchers reveal they can make you look less attractive and trustworthy.
Definition to reveal something means to make it known, especially when it was something that was previously unknown or secret
A flush finishing metal door/window frame is provided for a reveal of an opening in a wall that has a pair of oppositely positioned wall board sheets.
X-rays revealed that my ​ribs had been ​cracked but not ​broken.

4. to find out


BBC did a survey to find out what millionaires are really like.
I want to find out about hotels in Madrid
The Sunday Times decided to find out if school is easier than it used to be.
I made a great effort, therefore, to find out more on this subject.

5. make a discovery