Polish English Dictionary

język polski - English

zaleta in English:

1. advantage


A good newspaper reporter takes advantage of what he learns from any source, even the "little bird told him so" type of source.
advantage of being
What the fuck are you up to taking advantage of his proximity to cling to him like a wet T-shirt?!
Don't forget to take advantage of all the resources available on the Internet to help you improve your English. There are a lot of things like videos, music, audio files, films and other interesting things.
Be careful when you shop, because some sales people will try to take advantage of you and offer you an expensive price.
The police officer pointed his pistol at the criminal, who, in turn, held his pistol directly pointed at the officer. Neither had the advantage, the position was a stalemate.
Taking advantage of the popular boom in Korean drama, workers selling Korean goods have increased.
He who is in love with himself has at least this advantage — he won't encounter many rivals.
He's a tenacious guy who always manages to come out on top. He's the kind of guy who can turn any situation to his advantage.
He has come to look like a sly-as-a-fox Premier who uses his position's powers to the fullest extent, to his own advantage.
companies with a computerized database are at an advantage
Having a Being able to speak two or more foreign languages is a great advantage when you are looking for a job.
Everyone understood the advantage of painlessly sampling a tiny volume of blood and most people accepted the need to develop the device in secret.
People really need to make sure they are using this resource to their advantage, by conveying a professional image

English word "zaleta"(advantage) occurs in sets:

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matura success intermidiate, unit 6 , words

2. asset


A company's assets can consist of cash and buildings.
From that point of view his inexperience is an asset.
he’s our main asset
The stated reason for the deforestation is that the trees are capital assets that the companies need to liquidate to raise cash.
Technology sholud be seen not as a threat to teachers, but as an asset.
We could sell the carpark at the back of the building, although it really is an asset to the property.
You can track information about where assets came from.
I firmly believe that Europe's linguistic diversity represents a major cultural asset.
Many companies are multinationals and with subsidiaries and assets in various different countries.
The company is selling off its assets to raise cash.
An asset is something you have that is positive. It can mean a piece of property, a piece of equipment, an ability, or even a quality.
Knowledge of languages is a real asset in this sort of work.
Sure, this is a disaster, but maybe we can turn it into an asset.
The business has assets totalling £5.1 million.
A useful or valuable thing or person. Example: the school is an asset to the community.

English word "zaleta"(asset) occurs in sets:

DENTAL UNIT + DENTAL TEAM
english matters 6/2007
WORK FORMATION
29.10.2018 ang-pol
Procedury II

3. virtue


Showing your real feelings is not considered a virtue in Japan.
Virtue and vice.
In the old days people valued selflessness. But this generation seems to make a virtue out of selfishness.
“A woman without talent – that’s virtue” - true words from the ancients of a thousand-years ago.
The mind's greatest good is the knowledge of God, and the mind's highest virtue is to know God.
Some learned writers have compared a Scorpion to an Epigram, because as the sting of the Scorpion lyeth in the tayl, so the force and virtue of an epigram is in the conclusion.
In this society where everything is disposable, it is a virtue to use something until it wears out.
The virtue of wool is that it can provide insulation from the cold even when wet
1. Discretion is a virtue worth cultivating. Patience is not one of children virtues.
What virtues do I have?
Virtue can only flourish amongst equals.
It is only the poor who pay cash. That's not from virtue, but because they are refused credit.
They say fine words are no virtue if they're insincere and that's him in a nutshell. He's all talk but doesn't mean a word of it.
Fine words and an insinuating appearance are seldom associated with true virtue.

English word "zaleta"(virtue) occurs in sets:

Immigration, immigrants
Rozdział 7 - Cultures
Bolsonaro's cz. 1
Moja pierwsza lekcja

4. good quality


It is a famous brand and its clothes are good quality.

English word "zaleta"(good quality) occurs in sets:

Personality II
unity 22,24,25

5. upside


So much has happened. It's as if the whole world is flipped upside down.
Everything is upside down.
I didn't know hummingbirds could even fly upside down when frightened.
What was the idea of leaving the cup upside down last time?
He was surprised to find the great artist's masterpiece hung on the wall upside down.
He turned the bottle upside down and shook it, but still the honey wouldn't come out.
That evening I left my tip under a coffee cup, which I left upside down on the table.
The map on page 11 looks very strange. Turn it upside down. Then it becomes a familiar map to you.
It seems clear that the pace of sales has moved to the upside in recent months.
The ship turned upside down and many passengers were thrown into the sea.
The upside is people who have their own point of view on something
You have to work to see the upside.
The upside of this whole terrible situation has been that the family is now being kinder to each other.
Are there any upsides of this job?
Bury me on my face, said Diogenes; and when he was asked why, he replied, "Because in a little while everything will be turned upside down."

English word "zaleta"(upside) occurs in sets:

Słownictwo - podróże i turystyka
angielski slowka
Travel and tourism

6. quality


Blindness is responsible for a staggering toll of poor health, suffering, and loss of dignity and diminution in the quality of lives of people worldwide.
poor quality
The musical instruments and parts are completely professional quality! And yet the prices are lower than anywhere!
The Koran, far from being inimitable, is a literary work of inferior quality, as it is neither clear, nor understandable, nor does it possess any practical value and is certainly not a revealed book.
It's so easy to write good example sentences, that even if we accidentally delete a few good sentences in the process of getting rid of a whole lot of bad ones, I think we could drastically improve the quality of this corpus by doing a lot of deleting.
Yeah. It seems like our house, but everything's got a creepy, Pat Boone-ish quality to it.
Advances in science and technology and other areas of society in the last 100 years have brought to the quality of life both advantages and disadvantages.
The Kansai dialects are said to have a "sing-song" quality because their pitch accents differ from standard Japanese, which comes from the Tokyo dialect.
Herbal supplements sold in drugstores have poor quality control and high content variability.
The other day, a water quality inspection was carried out at our house. We had it done by a certain famous company's Environment Analysis Center or some such name.
His openness is a very positive quality, although not without its drawbacks.
Lack of originality, everywhere, all over the world, from time immemorial, has always been considered the foremost quality and the recommendation of the active, efficient and practical man...
Beauty is no quality in things themselves: It exists merely in the mind which contemplates them; and each mind perceives a different beauty.
There are frequent instances of malicious door-to-door selling, such as pushing water purifiers on people after carrying out water quality tests without permission.
MPEC-4 AVC recording practical test: It was always easy to use, now the picture and sound quality is high too.

English word "zaleta"(quality) occurs in sets:

wszystko klasa 7

7. benefit


The advantage gained from something. the benefit of eating vegetables is that you are healthier. 2: benefit of the doubt. Choosing to believe someone despite their story or claims being likely to be untrue.
I got it through my head that my parent's strict rules were for my own benefit.
unemployment benefit
I have often observed how little young ladies are interested by books of a serious stamp, though written solely for their benefit. It amazes me, I confess; for, certainly, there can be nothing so advantageous to them as instruction.
Human society is a function of all humanity, those who profit most from it should pay the most for the benefit they gain, of course being greedy, they just want more.
The life lesson: giving people the benefit of the doubt can further your career and personal relationships!
I have one of my friends who graduated from university and became a fine public servant. Once he told me that what he had learned from school had been useless. However, what little philosophy he had learned proved to be of great benefit.
Students, when you want to say something, think about it three times before you say it. Speak only if your words will benefit yourselves and others. Do not speak if it brings no benefit.
Some people do not have a consistent set of principles; they just adopt whatever principles benefit them at the moment.
They claim that cigarettes have many psychological benefits, for example they calm them down and make them feel better.
How have people benefited from the fact that medicine has advanced so much in the last years?
Although government and military agencies were among the first to explore drones for their warfare capabilities, these winged devices are now also marketed to kids,(...), and just about anyone who can benefit from a viewpoint in the skies around them.
Visa liberalisation is intended to benefit the people of these countries, not to reward their politicians.
to be on benefit(s) / salary £20,000 plus benefits