Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

wieszać in English:

1. hang hang


If you can't visit a country where they speak the language you are learning, find a local bar where native speakers of that language hang out and start hanging out there.
Can I talk to Ryoko again before you hang up?
hanged, hanged
This is the first time I've worked as a coordinator, so I may not have the hang of it yet.
There is a tendency for people to think that hang gliding is dangerous.
If we hang around here any longer, there could be reinforcements coming from the second gate to take us in a pincer movement!
Olympus? Isn't that where Greek gods hang out or something?
My uncle retired from teaching last year, but he still managed to hang onto a position at the university.
Oh boy ... when they hang out with you for long everyone ends up picking up your bad habits.
He was hanged for killing a woman. (On został powieszony za zabójstwo kobiety.)
Definition if you say that someone’s mouth was hanging open, you mean the look on their face showed that they were extremely surprised or impressed by something
if you get the hang of something that is difficult or complicated, you learn how to do it
I'll hang the sheets myself, the neighbor said. "It's not like they're that heavy."
It's a pity that hang, ocarina and pipa are so unpopular around here.

English word "wieszać"(hang) occurs in sets:

English File Elementary Unit 5 /Quizlet
lekcja 2 - czasowniki nieregularne
500 najważniejszych czasowników angielskich 300 - 325
English Top 1000 550-600
Czasowniki nieregularne

2. hang hung hung



English word "wieszać"(hang hung hung) occurs in sets:

część 2 angielski do polski 24.10.2013
Angielskie czasowniki nierugularne
wybrane czasowniki nieregularne
irregular verbs srodkowa
Irregular verbs part 2

3. put up


I need to drill a hole in the wall to put up shelves.
They've put up a statue at the square.
The room looked nicer when we put up some pictures.
apartment blocks wete put up in the 60s
My ego put up even bigger blocks
I can put up with hot weather better than cold weather.
Have you ever put up a friend?
Because of a shortage of oil and gas, energy companies have put up their prices.
The WWF has put up posters all round the city.
It was easy to put up the shelves because they came with instructions on how to assemble them.
Several of the banks have decided to put up their interest rates.
A local businessman has put up the £500 000 needed to save the club.
I can't put up with my neighbour's noise any longer; it's driving me mad
One of his friends says he'll put up the money
put up

English word "wieszać"(put up) occurs in sets:

położenie i przymiotniki - location and adjectives
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rep ang położenie i zwroty
czasowniki frazowe