Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

rozrywać in English:

1. tear

This old building isn't worth fixing up. It would be better to tear it down.
If he sends me any letters, I just tear them up and throw them away.
To those who would tear the world down: we will defeat you.
If she's not careful she'll tear a ligament doing that.
I tear my clothes when I work in the garden.
The warranty doesn't cover normal wear and tear.
burst into tears
Oh name forever sad! forever dear! Still breathed in sighs, still ushered with a tear.
As the boat sailed on westwards, the captain looked back at how far they had come, and felt a tear prick the corner of his eye.
We cannot tear a single page from our life, but we can throw the book into the fire.
He sought serenity, closeted in study, remote from the wear and tear of the world.
The child was crying and there were tears coming down his cheeks.
She passed the thread through the pinhole and quickly mended the tear.
nom pl слёзы, g pl слёз, d pl слезам; слёзы радости tears of joy
I was in tears by the end of the film She had tears running down her face I could see he was close to tears (almost crying)

English word "rozrywać"(tear) occurs in sets:

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2. burst

gullets had burst.
Her heart burst with gladness to see her husband return home from his overseas tour of Iran.
If only I'd sold that property before the economic bubble burst I wouldn't have lost all that money.
Harold's arm bicycle workout was sufficiently vigorous that his pectorals burst into flame.
What was that noise? Did a tyre burst?
There must have been at least ten courses. I thought I was going to burst.
Generally, short bursts of long hours do lead to increases in productivity, but over time those gains disappear,
Three days before Vern burst into the clubhouse, Ray Brower had gone out with one of his mothers buckets to pick wild fruit.
I want to see her burst of red hair and big green eyes.
When he openly declared he would marry Pablo, he almost gave his grandmother a heart attack and made his aunt's eyes burst out of their sockets; however, his little sister beamed with pride.
What Alice, waiting for a reply, was faced with was a sudden howl. It was a resounding noise, sharp as to burst her ear drums, loud as to reach unto the heavens.
The tree roots have burst through the cement at several points along the sidewalk.
It is wonderful to think of Spring, when the new buds of the persimmon burst forth.
The frog inflated himself more and more, until finally he burst.
If you keep eating like this your body will burst open.

English word "rozrywać"(burst) occurs in sets:

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