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interfere
Just don't let her interfere with the business.
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ingerować

assessment
Mayer's assessment of Byrne's true abilities were kept to a minimum.
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oszacowanie

curriculum
The old curriculum of the Real schools is now superseded.
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program

dumbing down
He accused broadcasters of contributing to the dumbing down of America.
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obniżanie poziomu (intelektualnego?)

elitism
It was about this time that he became a leading light in the campaign to end elitism in higher education.
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elitaryzm

rote learning
Google generation has no need for rote learning.
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uczenie się na pamięć

essencial
Great; also where speed is not important, and first cost is an essential consideration.
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uczenie się na pamięć

whiz-kid
So many of our children are whiz kids at a keyboard by the time they are ten years old.
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łebski facet

high-flier
Highly regarded by bosses as a potential high-flyer, he moved to the business banking centre in Beechwood business park, Inverness, in 1999.
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człowiek sukcesu w pracy czy szkole

mądrala

dark horse
Asher Moses Optus has emerged as the dark horse in the race between mobile carriers for exclusive rights to launch the iPhone in Australia.
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fuks; cichy, ale zaskakuje zdolnościami, ukrytym talentem

team player
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Zawodnik drużyny, świetnie współpracujący w grupie

all-rounder
That's very true but when she does cook, she is excellent - what you might call a good all-rounder
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Wszechstronnie uzdolniony

a far better
A far better approach wouldbe to teach children to think creatively so that they could learn to interpret and apply the knowledge available online.
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o wiele lepiej

reinvent
He brought opera to the masses and reinvented the waltz
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ponownie wynaleźć

chime
His observations chime with a trend in British classrooms to cut back on traditional teaching and to personalise learning.
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zgoda; dzwon

cut back
We have to cut back on electricity and water to save more money.
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cofać się

towards
He was distant, even cool towards her.
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w kierunku, wobec

prevail
The hot winds which prevail during the summer in some of the other colonies are unknown in Queensland.
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zwyciężać: dominować

immersion
But the sudden immersion in the practical administration of a northern diocese gave him new strength.
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zanurzenia

persuasion
The struggle was fierce; but at length, employing persuasion as well as force, the old king triumphed.
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perswazja

superstition
Superstition also entered largely into the choice of remedies.
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przesąd

affectionate
Damian glanced at the redhead and touched her arm in affectionate greeting.
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kochający

speculative
His mother regarded him with a speculative eye, which he refused to meet.
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spekulacyjny

appoint
Was to appoint him president of the province of Hanover.
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powołać

rouse
When I sleep normally, it takes a lot more than that to rouse me.
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obudzić

solicit
He was also to solicit a subsidy in consideration of the guarantee, and a loan of five million dollars.
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zabiegać, ubiegać się, prosić kogoś

refinement
His familiarity with the methods of mathematical analysis and a certain refinement of taste in their application have resulted in great beauty of form.
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wyrafinowanie


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