Don't spend too much money.
You might as well throw your money away as spend it on gambling.
I spend as much time working in the garden in one day as my brother does in a week.
Spend your time wisely and you'll always have enough of it.
If you spend too much time in the sun without putting on sunscreen, you are likely to get a sunburn.
Prime numbers are like life; they are completely logical, but impossible to find the rules for, even if you spend all your time thinking about it.
Obviously, Tom had a lot on his mind, but I had no choice but to ask him to spend some time helping us with our problems.
To become a professional banjo player, you need to spend thousands of hours practicing.
A normal person might spend a lifetime at it and still not succeed but faced with a determined Ren it was not greatly different from a normal cylinder lock.
Bob thinks it is a silly idea to call his mother who is so far away, to spend so much, and to say so little.
Women in their hearts think that men are intended to earn money so that they may spend it, if possible during their husband's lifetime, but at any rate after his death.
In business today, too many executives spend money they haven't earned, to buy things they don't need, to impress people they don't even like.
Her daughter has been favoring her husband over her, so Leila has taken the opportunity to spend time with her other babies, gin and vermouth.
to give or pay money for something I usually don't spend much money on presents. How much do you spend on food?
We usually go to the mountains but this year we have talked our parents into spending two weeks at the seaside.
English word "wydać"(spend) occurs in sets:Kartkówka 31.01.2018 ANGIELSKI ZAKUPYFiszki z książki - "Laughing Last" (Jane Abbott)Fiszki z książki - "Poems, Volume 2 (of 3)" (Georg...Fiszki z książki - "The Plattner Story and Others"...Fiszki z książki - "The Golden Butterfly" (Walter ...
The legislature expended its time on school questions.
It was a huge expend.
English word "wydać"(expend) occurs in sets:Keynote - why good leaders make you feel safeFiszki z książki - "The Hero" (Elaine Wilber)Fiszki z książki - "I Run with the Fox" (Mona Gould)Fiszki z książki - "Little Brother" (Cory Doctorow)Fiszki z książki - "The Lonely Ones" (Edward W. Lu...
3. bring out
You really bring out the best in me. You make me want to be a better person.
The spices really bring out the flavour of the meat.
Reserved bring out new collection every quarter.
You bring out the worst in me with your mistrust.
I'll bring out the best for me
He wanted to bring out your gifts, no doubt. But whatever you bring extra hot, bring out mild too. Sudden changes tend to bring out... her color.
bring out the best in you
English word "wydać"(bring out) occurs in sets:total business - unit 7Market Leader, Unit 2 - International Marketing [T...market leader - lekcja 5nauka i technika unit 12On the screen dział 2
We caught three big fish, but we're going to release them back into the water rather than take them home.
The cones of the jack pine, for example, do not readily open to release their seeds until they have been subjected to great heat.
What a release!
When you practise extreme sports your brain releases endorphins.
It's very unlikely that we will release a new album before next winter.
When Netflix decided to release the entire 13-episode first season of a TV series in one go; it reminded viewers to watch responsibly.
If we send all of them to landfill sites; over 130;000 kilos of lead will be released into the soil.
We arrested him a couple days ago but clever lawyer got him released.
Phosphorus provides nourishment for cyanobacteria (blue algae) which multiply and release toxins.
Cleanse me! Release me! Set me free!
We'll release the final agenda on the morning of Monday, January 20, so please reply quickly.
It is rather ridiculous that, in some countries, a person cannot even release their own work into the public domain.
Let your friends choose from our huge range of new releases and all-time classics, films and video games!
Firefighters took two hours to release the driver from the wreckage. Six hostages were released shortly before midday.
In the event that asbestos-covered mesh is found, ensure its safety by damping the asbestos portion to prevent dust release and wrapping in a plastic bag.
English word "wydać"(release) occurs in sets:j Ang P cultural eventSteve Jobs Andruszkiewicz
While long-term credit banks are authorized by law to issue bonds to raise fund, they are not allowed to take deposits the way ordinary banks are.
Frankie blamed his own blackness for his school problems. His real issue was that so did his teachers.
Dr. Svensen researched the issue so extensively that his bibliography makes up half the weight of his book.
I shall be introducing the street paper that is only sold by the homeless, "The Big Issue", started in England and has had its first Japanese issue.
You can see both sides of almost any issue -- and while it might exasperate your friends and lead to a few Hamlet moments, you're perfectly happy with your broad perspective
Kids these days think that any issue in life can be resolved as easily as restarting a computer game.
At present the text book issue between the Korean and Japanese governments is developing into a significant problem affecting both countries.
Parliamentary activity has become a political tug of war between the ruling and opposition parties over the issue.
They're used for surveillance at home and abroad, raising privacy issues everywhere.
Why does the government constantly have to issue new bank notes on a regular basis? The government constantly have to issue new bank-notes becausethe old one get dirty and torn.
Issue is defined as to deliver or distribute. An example of issue is to provide someone with a new driver's license.
to issue passports/visas; they issued a special set of stamps
English word "wydać"(issue) occurs in sets:angielski pan antoni 2Legal English Unit 1lesson 1 vol 2
Pass the salt, please.
During the test, she felt very sick, so she got a pass to go to the toilet.
You can't enter here unless you have a pass.
It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God.
You may be able to pass unnoticed in a city, but in a village that's not possible.
Go straight down the road, and when you pass the traffic light you're there.
I passed all my classes this year but I wanted to get higher marks.
The patient may pass away at any moment.
I got my driver's license on the second time I tried to pass the driver's test.
Pass on, please, and do not obstruct the way.
I have a whole box of cigars ready to pass out when my son is born.
This is a golden opportunity we'd be stupid to pass up. Let's get to work and finish it all in one fell swoop.
Was your mock exam score this time within the pass range for your preferred school?
He killed time in a coffee shop watching girls pass by.
I think you fall well within 'cute girl'. You'd easily go and pass in his judgement.
English word "wydać"(pass) occurs in sets:Dominik zrobił to PRAKTYCZNIE SAM02 - Phrasal verbs - Cambridge Intermediate - M Mc...02 - Phrasal verbs - Cambridge Intermediate - M Mc...
7. shell out
I had to shell out a lot to buy my first flat.
English word "wydać"(shell out) occurs in sets:unit 5 vocabulary 🇬🇧
8. to give out
English word "wydać"(to give out) occurs in sets:Zaliczenie na egzamin
Will they publish your article in the magazine?
Taishukan advertised it would publish a new dictionary.
A report published today says that the new Arne Valley road will endanger local wildlife.
The book was published in 1968.
Or are there photographs so obscene that you can't publish them?
Among the Internet sites that publish information on education related businesses are those given below.
He wanted to publish his photographs in the newspapers.
When was the first Harry Potter book published?
He hasn't published any meaningful articles yet.
Stephen King's publisher is bringing out his new book nect month.
J.K. Rowling couldn’t find anyone to publish the first Harry Potter book.
No-one wants to publish his novel.
to write something that is then printed in a book, newspaper, magazine, etc; "He's published several short stories in national magazines."
The study is published in the journal Nature
Her husband plans to publish a new monthly magazine.