Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

złamać in English:

1. break


Take a break.
Give me a break. If you have something to say, stop making faces and say it.
If you leave your textbooks at school during the break, they'll get confiscated.
Your boyfriend is a problematic person, but that's not a good enough reason to give up or break off your relationship.
You have been thinking about this problem the whole morning. Take a break; go eat lunch.
The publication of the exam results over without incident, for the time being attention is naturally going to focus on the summer break, right?
Sometimes hockey players get so competitive that fights break out.
After waiting all day, the workers were still looking for a break in the weather so they could resume the search.
People usually find it very difficult to break the ice when they meet someone extremely attractive for the first time.
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.
As a boy, I spent several years in Indonesia and heard the call of the azaan at the break of dawn and the fall of dusk.
The patient implored, "Please ... Break my arms!"
I also wanted to enjoy the break, but thanks to preparation and supplementary lessons for a certain six-man team, I got none!
Laws are like cobwebs, which may catch small flies, but let wasps and hornets break through.
when you are at work, a break is a time when you stop working and relax for a short while before starting to work again

English word "złamać"(break) occurs in sets:

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2. break broke broken



English word "złamać"(break broke broken) occurs in sets:

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3. breach


To breach an agreement.
If you breach the rules, you will be expelled from the school.
More to the point, he can't really bring up all the details of this supposed breach of the protocol without exposing his own ineptitude.
There was an electromagnetic breach of the floor above Section 5. What you're asking is a serious breach of our security.
convenants is not breached
They breached the agreement they had made with their employer.
It is absurd to claim that we have to breach international conventions, just because others do not comply with rules and standards.
It opens me up to prosecution for breach of the agreements I signed when I left the Agency.
security breach
Durham Tees Valley argued that the airline breached a contract, signed in April 2003, which obliged it to fly two of its planes out of the airport for a minimum of 10 years.
While the heat is on in Barcelona – where Airbnb have just been fined €30,000 for breaching local tourism laws – the company is also under attack in a growing number of other cities.
The definition of a breach is a break, or violation. An example of a breach is an agreement that has been broken.
The suit is claiming breach of contractcopyright infringement and breach of confidential relationship.
Last year pupils in Edinburgh complained that being forced to wear uniforms breached the European Convention of Human Rights.
The former president of a certain association has been arrested on suspicion of breach of trust.

English word "złamać"(breach) occurs in sets:

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4. fracture


The pain of the compound fracture was almost unbearable.
However, it is usually impossible to differentiate a fracture, sprain or strain without an x-ray.
bone fracture
Spinal fracture, blunt-force trauma to the head,
She fractured her ​skull in the ​accident.
He got this fracture when he was playing golf
I guess you've got a fracture
Is the fracture recent?
The scan on Friday confirmed a fracture of the right eye-socket and an explosion of the eyeball.

English word "złamać"(fracture) occurs in sets:

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