Polish English Dictionary

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wysiłek in English:

1. effort

The operation of a computer keyboard requires less effort than that of a manual typewriter.
make an effort
What I want from Mr Hayashi is the effort required for his actions to live up to his words.
If the work is to be completed before June, more people will have to make more effort.
Millicent adopts one new baby from a foreign country every year, which is a lot of effort to have someone live with you and shit on your carpet.
Since a large area was devastated by the Tohoku earthquake of 2011, a sustained help effort is sought.
Since many organizations are putting effort into recycling in order to restore the natural environment, why won't you contribute to reforestation?
I've steeled myself to face a certain amount of sacrifice, effort and hardship if that's what it takes to fulfill my dream.
There must be a sustained effort to listen to each other; to learn from each other; to respect one another; and to seek common ground.
After business came to a halt, many bathhouses added new facilities, such as saunas and exercise equipment, in an effort to attract customers.
We all have a tendency to think that the world must conform to our prejudices. The opposite view involves some effort of thought, and most people would die sooner than think — in fact they do so.
The walking stick serves the purpose of an advertisement that the bearer's hands are employed otherwise than in useful effort, and it therefore has utility as an evidence of leisure.
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2. exertion

Reaching the peak of the mountain was a huge exertion on his body.
She was panting with the exertion

English word "wysiłek"(exertion) occurs in sets:

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3. endeavour

diplomatic endeavour
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In spite of my best endeavours, I couldn't contact her.
an endeavour to reduce serious injury
That is why we will do everything we can to support this great endeavour of yours.
despite our best endeavours
I believe, therefore, that this endeavour deserves our genuine recognition.
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I endeavoured to help her, but she wouldn't let me
To succeed in any endeavour requires enthusiasm and hard work.
She is proud of her literary endeavours.
If you endeavour, fate will favour you.
But if a woman is partial to a man, and does not endeavour to conceal it, he must find it out.

4. strain

The rope broke under the strain.
The recent decline in the dollar has put a bigger strain on the economic system. Migration into the cities is putting a strain on already stretched resources.
Jogging puts a lot of strain on the knees. I strained a muscle in my back playing squash. Don't watch TV in the dark - you'll strain your eyes!
Could you strain the vegetables, please. The oil in which the fish is fried is strained off and used to cook potatoes.
The collaboration between these somewhat eccentric men was filled with strain and compromise on both sides, but in the end they appear to have gotten on well.
1) I strained to smile. 2) She strained her eyes but she couldn't see anything. 3) He strained his muscles to show off.
A strain is when a muscle is damaged. A sprain is when a joint, such as a knee, ankle or wrist is damaged.
the best way to recover from an illness is to relax, not to strain oneself in any way, take some form of mild exercise.
muscle strain
Make sure they are in a position that is comfortable for them. This will ease the strain on the heart. Sitting them on the floor means they are less likely to hurt themselves if they collapse.
However, it is usually impossible to differentiate a fracture, sprain or strain without an x-ray.
The outbreak had been a major strain on the country's economy, affecting domestic consumption and tourism.
He burned himself while he was straining the potatoes.
Having to manage all this information often puts a lot of strain on product managers, who then do not have enough time to deal with day-to-day activities.

English word "wysiłek"(strain) occurs in sets:

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5. elbow grease

Mark put a lot of elbow grease into getting his car shining.
Put a little elbow grease to it and everything's gonna work out.

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