Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

przetrwać in English:

1. survive


A bookstore in that location wouldn't make enough money to survive.
Will our planet survive?
It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.
What? A little soup and celery is all I get? I'm not a Zen monk. I can't survive on an austerity diet like this.
He didn't waste a single minute, thinking constantly about how to survive and how to improve his condition.
To survive, the polar bear must keep its body at the right temperature and store enough energy to last between meals that could be a few days or a few months apart.
Tatoeba: Let the fittest sentence survive!
If you consider the objective of hibernation, I think it's the response of animals trying to somehow survive the winter season with its lack of food.
It's really difficult to survive in a big city like Tokyo without endebting oneself.
Many on-line companies need to have a new approach to business to survive.
By the end of this week, we will have survived longer than anyone else in a place like this
Although divorces are always very paintful, I'm sure he'll survive it.
Then I had to do some tests to see if I could survive in different situations.
To survive in a hostile environment, one must be able to improvize and be tenacious.

English word "przetrwać"(survive) occurs in sets:

Solutions Upper 4D - Confessions of an astronaut
Opis miejsca na mapie - angielski
Lights, camera, action! Unit 4
new me 3 student's book 1.2
New matura seccess pre-intermediate unit.7

2. get by


Despite having a low income, she manages to GET BY.

English word "przetrwać"(get by) occurs in sets:

czasowniki frazowe bez dopełnienia i z dopełnieniem
czas. fraz. bez i z dopełnieniem
RM Longman Podstawa - Test 1
Czasowniki frazowe bez dopełnienia
G. Kardaś SPEAK UNIT 2-3

3. get through


This epidemic is awful, but I'm sure we'll get through it somehow.
Just leave everybody alone, and help us get through today.
I couldn't get through.
We will never get through this vocabulary
Will Phoebe get through writing a book about Friends?
He had a terrible headache but managed to get through the day.
You have to get through your revision tonight.
It is hard to get through to the department director.
How can old people get through the cold winters.
I've got to get through this chapter before i go out.
reach sb by telephone/It's hard to get through to Janet
I hope I get through this aerobics class.
And if he can get through to the number you want, what might he say? If he can't get through to the number you want, he might say: " I'm sorry I can't get through. Would you like to hold on or would you prefer to ring back.
I've tried persuasion and punishment, but I just don't seem to be able to get through to him
get through our sadness

English word "przetrwać"(get through) occurs in sets:

Starland 3 s 120 i 121

4. outlast


The greatest use of life is to spend it on something that will outlast it.
I'm semi-retired now, but I outlasted many younger men in this business

English word "przetrwać"(outlast) occurs in sets:

Chołodowski Why future depends on libraries
Week 15 / Wendy / jobs / stories
upperIntermediate Mod1
complete advanced

5. endure


How much more suffering can they endure?
I will endure.
But when his promise was required in writing it was more than he could endure.
By the way, it was culture that helped them to endure four years of war.
Before reading the article, she had never wanted to pull a sledge over sea ice or endure temperatures of minus 40 degrees Celsius.
"At the end of the day, we can endure much more than we think we can."
"And once again, three milion people had to endure a day without power."
Most people who've endured a terrible PowerPoint presentation will have experienced boredom.
He endured his ​illness with ​great ​stoicism.
But they had endured and succeeded quite nicely all to themselves.
Comparatively, traditional stainless steel facilities have to endure costs related to cleaning and sterilizing their equipment.
The political system established in 1400 endured until about 1650.
And he wasn't the only one who doubted the relationship would endure.
The American Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public's money.

English word "przetrwać"(endure) occurs in sets:

Angielskie słowa z kalendarza
TV check series 4
upstream unit 4 właściwe
Calendar words 2018

6. outlasting



English word "przetrwać"(outlasting) occurs in sets:

Fiszki z książki - "Memorial Day and Other Verse" ...
Fiszki z książki - "Ballads and Poems of Tragic Li...
Fiszki z książki - "Relation of Literature to Life...
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Fiszki z książki - "Antarctic Penguins A Study of ...

7. last long



8. live on


If I lose my job, I’ll have no money to live on.
If you leave your job, what are you going to live on?
It’s very difficult to live on a teacher’s salary.
They live on the money their father gives them
I don’t know how they manage to live on £55 a week.
I have to live on 300 dollars this month. You should be able to live on your own budget or have a job.
Do you have enough money to live on
They live on the money they earn from growing tobacco.
It's difficult for me and my wife to live on only one salary.
George's salary is very low. It isn't enough to live on.
No one can live on £35 a week.
if you can live on the money you earn, you have enough money for the most important things you need, although maybe not enough for extra things. If you can’t live on the money you earn, you do not have enough money even for the most basic things
He was raised exclusively on state benefits, with very little to live on.
If I lose my job, I'll have no money to live on.
i live on the money he gives me

English word "przetrwać"(live on) occurs in sets:

SPEAK UP unit 57
File 2 Money

9. come through


It’s been a very upsetting time but we’ve come through it together.

English word "przetrwać"(come through) occurs in sets:

PHRASAL VERBS
Phrasal verbs

10. prevail


Justice will prevail. Your inner strength will enable you to prevail over life's obstacles. He considered lying, but then common sense prevailed.
peace prevailed
If a proposal, principle, or opinion prevails, it gains influence or is accepted, often after a struggle or argument.
I prevail on her to have a date with me.
These customs used to prevail all over Japan.
We must prevail against our rivals by all means.
Our country will prevail, because ours is a big and brave army.
it is hard for logic to prevail over emotion
I am sure that common sense will prevail in the end / a friendly atmosphere prevailed among the crowds
the economic conditions which prevail in England and Wales
prevail over somebody, prevail on somebody to do something
I believe instead that the common interest of the European people should prevail.
Hope in the end, truth prevails.
The hot winds which prevail during the summer in some of the other colonies are unknown in Queensland.
The Christian religion is from heaven. The gates of hell shall not prevail against it, and its professors are not afraid of its being examined. It has stood for eighteen hundred years, and it will stand long.

English word "przetrwać"(prevail) occurs in sets:

(3) Listening comprehension 7 & 9
FCE+CAE (Pierwszy rok, poprawione)