Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

założyć in English:

1. put on

They put on activities or meetings every night of the week.
When I stopped running I put on 8 kilos.
put on glasses
It's bedtime. Go and put on your pyjamas.
Just remove everything and put on the gown. / 2. So put on something nice and be on time for a change.
My son can put on socks.
Some people will put on a smile and pretend to be friendly.
You should put on the electric oven for 15 minutes to warm it up.
They put on heavy jackets, woollen caps, gloves and scarves and went for long walks.
I don't see why you have to put on a phoney English accent.
When i come back from work i always put on my tracksuit
You should put on this beautiful dress I bought you last Monday.
increase in (weight)/Ha put on weight.
put on more speed; put the emergency brake on
Don’t forget to put on a cap, it’s cold outside.

English word "założyć"(put on) occurs in sets:

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2. set up

set up copmany
Being a sole trader is a simplest way to set up and run a business and does not involve paying any registration fee.
"If you already use Google Wallet on your computer, or if you're setting up your Google Wallet account for the first time from your mobile device, you'll need to set up your PIN. "
1. She set up a support group for single parents. 2. The firm was set up by an American entrepreneur.
On my first day at work, everything was set up for me at my desk -- computer, chair, phone, everything.
"Set up" means "to prepare equipment or software for use". Example: The kids set up a tent during our summer camping trip.
a group of film stars set up a charity to help young people in this area
I think I'm being set up.
For many people, videoconferences are just too difficult to set up.
In which of these cities was the capitl of the USA originally set up 1) New Yourk, 2) Washington, 3) Philadelphia? The capital of the USA was originally set up in Philadelphia
whenever Community law requires the setting up of competent authorities, Gibraltar sets up its own competent authorities, distinct from those set up for the same purpose in the United Kingdom
Let's go set up some more crotch catapults so we can laugh and be heroes.
Bill and Melinda Gates set up a foundation to provide vaccinations.
Nowadays it is quite a risk to set up a new business. In The UK, 20% of businesses fail in their first year.
In 1516 King Henry VIII set up the Royal Mail for royal communications and reasons of national security.

English word "założyć"(set up) occurs in sets:

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3. found

It wasn't found.
We all searched high and low for the missing documents, but they were never found.
The students found the final examination to be a breeze.
Arriving at the station, I found the train had already left.
I thought we had eaten everything in the house, but I found another box of crackers.
The inland taipan, a snake found in Australia, is the most venomous snake in the world.
Allied military leaders found a way to defeat the Japanese plan.
When I visited my hometown this summer, I found the city different from what it had been ten years ago.
Where is the nearest lost and found?
We found out that the house is infested with garter snakes. They're everywhere.
The industrialist found a wealthy financier to help him weather the storm which was inevitable.
I've heard research has found that men are bigger liars than women.
I found out that Tom now has three citations for drunken driving.
I found out that the woman I thought was a nurse was actually a doctor.
Have you ever found a four-leaf clover?

English word "założyć"(found) occurs in sets:

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4. assume

If there’s no proof as to what happened, we can only assume the cause of an accident.
When we hear of a divorce we assume that it was caused by the inability of those two people to agree upon fundamentals.
It's presumptuous for humans to assume that our task is to do what only God can do.
I assume that
assume, We mustn't assume the suspects' guilt.
To again assume...
A top EU official said Europe was ready to assume leadership on combating climate change
In most cases, people, even the most vicious, are much more naive and simple-minded than we assume them to be. And this is true of ourselves too.
Today cars are so popular that we assume everyone has one.
misstatements of revenues is assumed to be a specific risk
Let’s assume that this exception should be only thrown when the user with name Michael is being saved
I would assume that most of the time human actions are intended and only in small situations are they accidental.
Note that this theorem does not assume the existence of such an object.

English word "założyć"(assume) occurs in sets:

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5. establish

establish a branch
In sharp contrast to the communication style of men, which seeks to establish dominance, women's communicating is more equal.
/set up/ the british established a rich trade with portugal
We should gradually establish with Russia a continuous dialogue covering all the aspects of conflict resolution,
She established a system of tracking expenses more accurately.
Our first step must be to establish priorities for the weeks ahead.
For your information, the marketing subcommittee is scheduling a phone conference to establish objectives and directions for 1998.
In order to allow the employee to celebrate such holidays, the employer, at his request, shall establish an individual schedule of working hours for him.
An example of establish is when you start a business.
Some Members have voiced the idea of establishing 'illegal immigrant quotas'.
There is a strong need to establish effective communication links between staff, parents, pupils, and external bodies.
When the college was established in 1546, it inherited a hall from each of three antecedent institutions.
Mrs President is responsible for establish law.
Why is it so difficult to establish that the nervous cell is the basic unit for the nervous tissue?

English word "założyć"(establish) occurs in sets:

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6. start

Let's start!
Once you start smoking, it is difficult to get rid of that bad habit.
I can't start up my computer. What am I supposed to do?
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.
Did you start to learn the piano when you were three, like Mozart?
If you don't start treating people with a little more respect, people may start avoiding you like the plague.
Could you please tell me again when the meeting is supposed to start?
You can't just come in here and start ordering people around.
Let me tell you what's going to happen if you don't start behaving yourself.
Start reading where you left off.
When writing a sentence, generally you start with a capital letter and finish with a period (.), an exclamation mark (!), or a question mark (?).
Do you know how to start a fire using just sticks of wood?
I have so many things to tell you that I don't know where to start.
Many flowers start blooming in springtime.
Once we start reading a book, we should read it all the way through.

English word "założyć"(start) occurs in sets:

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7. make an assumption

8. fold

loose folds of skin
fold one's arms
With great effort she managed to fold one more.
Quickly Sadako tried to fold the paper before she fell asleep.
Fold A-7 in half and stick it together.
His arms are folded tightly over his chest.
A gyrus is a brain convolution or fold of tissue located in the cerebrum.
folds of the dress a fold in the hills folded in mist
prices have increased five-fold
I love dresses with folds.
Every person who wants to do a jump must fold their parachute themselves so that no one else can be blamed if it doesn't open in the air.
I folded the ​letter (in ​half) and put it in an ​envelope. Make a fold ​across the ​centre of the ​card.
A note, folded, on the pillow.
The music filled the stairwell to the third floor where the mute and unforgiving Sarah sat with her hands folded and listened with the door open.
Teach me how to fold a paper crane. I forgot how to fold it.

English word "założyć"(fold) occurs in sets:

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