Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

wiezienie in English:

1. jail jail

It's been 10 days since my boyfriend went to jail.
I have never been inside a jail.
By the time you get out of jail, she'll probably have gotten married.
When I got out of jail, I had no intention of committing another crime.
The rebel was ultimately captured and confined to jail.
Any person under 16 who is caught in the centre of town without a parent or adult guardian could go to jail for three months or pay a £2,500 fine.
He went to jail.
Jail is a very harsh punitive measure.
In the U.S., there are more prisoners than there is jail space for them. So the prisons are overcrowded.
It has become clear what murder-suspect Miura's jail lifestyle is like.
Being in a ship is being in a jail, with the chance of being drowned.
She could choose between jail and a fine.
Life in jail is dangerous.
They released him from gaol (czytamy jak jail) after 30 days for lack of evidence.
If you want to know who your friends are, get yourself a jail sentence.

English word "wiezienie"(jail) occurs in sets:

Życie rodzinne i towarzyskie
unit 6-10KURWA

2. prison sentence prison sentence

Many people thought his prison sentence wasn't long enough.

English word "wiezienie"(prison sentence) occurs in sets:

słówka total english unit 7-9


Tom is in prison.
The man went to pieces when the judge said he would have to go to prison for life.
When I got out of prison, I couldn't find a job anywhere near my home since no one would hire an ex-con.
She stole a lot of money from him, so now she is in prison.
For the crime of first degree murder, this court hereby sentences you to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
He was freed early from prison on the condition that he promised to live with his parents.
Before I could protest, I was handcuffed and was on my way to prison.
It said that people could not play football in the future and that anyone who broke this law would be sent to prison.
All were imprisoned by the Allies after the war and later sentenced to death or given long prison terms for war crimes.
However, when I finally reached the castle I was thrown into this prison by the commander of the imperial guard.
The judge pronounced him "guilty", and now he must face the music of a sentence in prison.
Even though he had served his time in prison, the murderer was never quite condoned by the public for his crime.
The prisons in his country had good conditions.
The prison guards will strike from midnight in three days.
An interesting record is still preserved of the inhuman cruelties which were inflicted on this admirable young woman in the secret of the prison house where no eye pitied her and where no friendly hand composed her aching limbs.

4. gaol

Tyrannical governments frequently gaol their political opponents.
Soon we'll be able to send you to gaol.

5. nick

Tom arrived in the nick of time.
He got nicked for peddling dope.
Nick owes me ten dollars.
I was most grateful to Nick for his kindness.
Between you and me, Lisa, we know that I simply don't like Nick.
nick food from the fridge
When my dad found out that I've been going out with Nimrod Nick, he blew his top.
Nick can speak Portuguese very well. That's because he's been studying it for 5 years.
You despise Nick, don't you?
I listen to Nick Drake's singing and I wonder, whether one should want to die for beauty.
Nick is by no means satisfied with the reward.
If you shoot her now you will spend the rest of your days in the nick.
I nicked this freebie for you.
Yesterday, they nicked Jack.
There was a series of nicks along his right side. You have a nick on your head.

English word "wiezienie"(nick) occurs in sets:

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