I recognized him
Young people can recognize this about romantic love, but they find it hard to accept the same fierce element in parental affection.
The government of South Africa can no longer suppress the movement to recognize equal rights for black people.
I know, too, that Islam has always been a part of America's story. The first nation to recognize my country was Morocco.
If the distance you move the pen is too small, the speed too slow, it can't recognize the gestures well and you can't operate it in the way you thought.
Recognize and respect the personality of a person.
We are moving toward a dictatorship of relativism which does not recognize anything as definitive and has as its highest value one's own ego and one's own desires.
While we hate force, we recognize the need for law and order.
Poland was one of the first countries to recognize the Republic of Turkey.
I prefer traditional characters. Due to the abundance of reading materials in simplified characters, I can recognize many of them too.
You can't seriously expect that they won't recognize you in that disguise. That lopsided, dime store moustache is a dead giveaway!
I looked up, and did not recognize the same man: before, I had seen death in his face; but now he was alive, and I recognized in him the presence of God.
She didn't recognize any of the names. Have you ever recognised someone in the street and avoided them? Yes, I've recognised someone in the street and avoided them.
Already well-known during his lifetime, Wright was recognized in 1991 by the American Institute of Architects as "the greatest American architect of all time
More information is needed to recognize an unexpected phenomenon.
English word "rozpoznać"(recognize) occurs in sets:Sześć minut angielskiego cz. 7Sześć minut angielskiego cz. 5MANHATTAN_9A Lucky encounters_The ticket inspectorMust know:) to do your best during Matura ExamSłówka w szkole module 2 KART
Everyone loves that place.
Tom loves coming here since he thinks this place serves the only fast food worth eating.
This time he dressed down, having realized that the smart suit would be out of place.
I think the Thai food at this place is seasoned so Japanese will like it.
It is not necessary to make a decision now about the place for meeting.
If your prices are competitive, we will place a large order.
Learning probably takes place in virtually every activity in which we take part.
Would you please stop singing so loudly? This is not a cheap drinking place.
I can place the palms of my hands on the floor without bending my knees.
We discovered that that house is infested with garter snakes. They're all over the place!
No place in the world is as beautiful as the Swiss Alps.
Instead of going back to the party, why don't we go to my place?
The police spent hours searching Tom's place, but they couldn't find the murder weapon.
No place is safe.
Because of some technical problem, a movie was shown in place of the announced program.
3. make out
Honorata going to make out the difficult task.
I didn't make out his final words
He tried to make out that Jack is guilty of starting the fire, but nobody believed him.
Listen, Jack, I tried to make out the meaning of this squiggle in your test, but I failed. Could you tell me what it is?
How did you make out yesterday?
Nobody can make out why you have been put in charge here.
You always hate going to visit my parents. Don't make out it's a pleasure for you when it isn't.
I could see the sign but I couldn't make out exactly what it said.
If you can't make out what someone's saying, ask them to repeat it.
She's the kind of girl who will not make out on the first date
see sth with difficulty (in a distance)/It’s dark and I can’t make out the names on the list.
His writing is so bad i can't make out what this word's supposed to be.
make out = To write out; draw up: made out the invoices. I will make out your bill straightway, sir!
don't make out like you know the answer
The copy ic not clear and I can"t make out the words.
English word "rozpoznać"(make out) occurs in sets:Phrasal Verbs 1phrasal verbs
I identify with you.
You can easily identify Tom because he is very tall.
Which one of Japan's historical characters do you identify yourself with?
First of all we have to identify the problem.
You can identify children's voices without any problem.
Some people identify success with having much money.
Planets are easy to identify because they don't twinkle like stars do.
What is significant in this argument is that his theory can identify those phenomena.
Psychics often ‘identify’ common medical problems.
Market studies are investigations that companies condcut to identify custoer needs.
When asked to identify America’s worst contribution; 32% of Americans pointed to film and television.
Some of the children in the photographs have still not been identified. You need to identify your priorities.
Someone from the family has to identify the body.
I identify more with my work than with my private life.
Researchers Identify New Receptor Complex in Brain
English word "rozpoznać"(identify) occurs in sets:Enterprise 1 - Companion - Unit 4