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to relax, especially by sitting with your feet supported above the ground
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put your feet up
You go home and put your feet up
to record it on a file (a set of paper records) in case it might be useful in the future.
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file away
The details are filed away by his three secretaries for future reference.
wezwać
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call on
They also called on “the resistance” in the West Bank
Burza w szklance wody
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Tempest in a teapot or Tempest in a teapot
najechać, wtargną, okupować
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invade
Reach a certain point or goal
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make it to
Do you think she'll make it to graduation? or We finally made it to Chicago
to end, or to make an activity end
zwinąć biznes, zakończyć jakąs aktywność
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wind sth up
also wind sth down (gradually)
We need to wind up now, we only have five minutes left.
to gain the greatest possible advantage from something
wykorzystać na maksa
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make/get the most out of something
Charming and friendly, she will help you make the most of your visit
to say formally or publicly that you no longer own, support, believe in, or have a connection with something
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renounce
Gandhi renounced the use of violence. Her ex-husband renounced his claim to the family house.
to say that you have no responsibility for, or knowledge of, something that has happened or been done
wyprzeć się, zdementować
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disclaim
If you '...' an organization or person, you agree with and support their aims
wspierać, popierać
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align yourself with sth/sb
zaatakować kogoś werbalnie lub fizycznie
to strike out in defense or attack—physically or verbally
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lash out at someone
Amy was angry with Ed and lashed out at him just to show who was boss.
materiały biurowe
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stationery
batonik
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candy bar
słodycze, smakołyki
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sweets, candy
experiencing or using a threat of killing with a gun
na muszce, grożąc bronią (chodzi o pistolet)
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at gunpoint
The family were held at gunpoint for an hour while the men raided their house.
a short journey either to take a message or to take or collect something
zadanie, zlecenie, sprawunek
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errand
I'll meet you at six, I've got some errands to do/run first.
to discuss possibilities or new ideas with a group of people:
przegadać coś
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toss around something
Some of us have been tossing around suggestions for improving the show.
make sth tidy
uporządkować (nieformalnie)
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neaten up
to examine or look at something in a careful or detailed way:
przejrzeć, przestudiować jeszcze raz
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go over
Remember to go over your essay to check for grammar and spelling mistakes
(of a number of things) to form something as a whole:
tworzyć (całość)
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make up sth
The book is made up of several different articles.
w skrócie / jednym słowem
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in a nutshell
uncja (jednostka miary masy)
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ounce (unit of mass)
pomocniczy
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auxiliary
move the data to auxiliary table
large or heavy and therefore difficult to carry or use; unwieldy
niewygodny
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cumbersome
a main message or piece of information that you learn from something you hear or read
główna rzecz/przesłanie
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takeaway
The takeaway from the conference was how competitive the tourism industry has become.
to be told facts or information that you did not know
dowiedzieć się
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learn
I later learned (that) the message had never arrived
haniebny, skandaliczny, gorszący
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disgraceful
I have never seen more hideous and disgraceful thing in my entire life
ohydny, obrzydliwy
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hideous
the best method for doing a particular thing
najlepszy sposób
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the way to go
A law against dumping waste is the way to go.
nadstawiać karku, ryzykować
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stick his neck
(informal) to be very easy to notice
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stick out
She certainly sticks out in a crowd
opanuj się człowieku
to make an effort to control your emotions and behave more calmly
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get a grip man.
o stop supporting or doing something:
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pull back
Both parties indicate they will not pull back from a new peace deal
text that is written with each of the first letters of every word being capitalized
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proper case
round bracket
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parem
responsible
odpowiedzialny za coś
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accountable
to bring the memory of a past event into your mind, and often to give a description of what you remember
przypomnieć, przywołać co robiliśmy, mówiliśmy.
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recall
He recalled (that) he had sent the letter over a month ago.
bulk
hurt, hurtowy
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wholesale
We only sell wholesale, not to the public.
to involve yourself in a situation when your involvement is not wanted or is not helpful
ingerować, wtrącać się w coś
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interfere
Interfering in other people's relationships is always a mistake

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