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wycieraczka
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doormat
ubogi
not having enough money food that you need to have a normal life
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deprived
children from deprived backgrounds
dom parterowy
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a bungalow
mieszkaniowy
A area has only houses and not offices and factories
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residential
wieżowiec
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high-rise
ohydny
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hideous
hi djes
szorstki, ciężki niebezpieczny
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rough
niebezpieczna dzielnica np
zaniedbany
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run-down
buildings or areas in very bad condition
A run-down housing estate
zamożny
having a lot of money or owning a lot of things. synonim: wealthy
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affluent
affluent families or neighborhoods
dywanik
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a rug
rag
oszałamiający
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stunning
dostojny
very good or enjoyable, impressive and large or important:
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grand
The Palace of Versailles is very grand. They always entertain their guests in grand style.
dom wolnostojący
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detached house
bliźniak
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semi-detached
szeregowiec
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terraced house
terisd
podły, niesamowity (SLANG)
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wicked
łikid
prześladować
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persecute for
per si kjut
he was persecuted for his religious beliefs. His latest film is about the experience of being persecuted for being gay.
bez urazy
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no offence
odpowiedź: none taken - w porządku
komin
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chimney
umywalka
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a washbasin
podkładka pod talerz
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placemat
podkładka pod szklankę
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coaster
kouster
z górnej półki
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high-end
z dolnej półki
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low-end
kierownica
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steering wheel
wil
sufit
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ceiling
trzymać się z dala od czegoś kogoś
to avoid someone or something that seems unpleasant, dangerous, or likely to cause problems:
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steer clear of
Her speech steered clear of controversial issues. They warned their children to steer clear of drugs.
dominować
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dominate
sky tower dominates Wrocław
szybowac, gwałtownie rosnąć
sore bolesny bolacy przymiotnik (I've got a sore back. My feet were sore with all the walking.)
so(r)
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soar
np ceny
house prices have soared. Temperatures will soar over the weekend, say the weather forecasters.
pochodzić z, być datowany
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date back
date back over - długość czasu. Some of the buildings date back over 600 years
the house dates back to 1800
odnawia, remontować
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renovate
mieć siedzibę w
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be based in
the company is based in Geneva
o zmierzchu
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at dusk
as dusk fell, we headed back to the hotel
kasa na czarną godzinę
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nest egg
opiekować się kimś czymś
fizycznie- podawac leki, pilnowac dzieci, zajmowac sie generalnie
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care for
the children are being cared for by a relative. It's good to know that the dogs will be well cared for while we're away.
dbać, troszczyć się
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care about
we should care about the environment
zawstydzony
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ashamed of
ashamed to wstydzić się
you've got nothing to be ashamed of, she felt ashamed of hitting her brother
chory
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unwell
there is a virus going round
Ill, sick, to catch a cold, to have a cold
serial
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series
Si riz
odcinek
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zapukać
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knock on
ślepy
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blind
nawyk / przyzwyczajenie, zwyczaj
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habit
zasciankowy
only interested on your own country etc not willing to accept new ideas or people
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insular
in sju ler
być miłym dla kogoś
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be nice TO sb
przytyć
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gain weight, put on weight
nie zadowalaj się drugim najlepszym
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don't settle for a second best
podejscie
attitude, vision
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outlook
the way a person thinks about something
the outlook for economy, positive outlook on life
postrzeganie
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perception
it changed my perception of her
droga w sensie asfalt po której jadą samochody
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road
ulica
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street
podróż, droga np do pracy
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way / route
trwać
use when we are focused on the DURATION OF ACTIVITY, the end of the activity is not important
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last
holiday /event
the film lasts for 2 hours, my. holiday will last for 4 days, the play lasted 3 hours
trwać - journey, processes
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take
to show how long is needed to COMPLETE AN ACTIVITY, we are focused on end point
it took me 2 hours to get to the Theatre
początkowy okres, początek
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early days
the early days were terrible, in the early days I was wondering why I'm still here
wdzięczny
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appreciative
It's nice to have an appreciative audience. I'm very appreciative of all the support you've given me.
kosmetyki toaletowe, jak szampon mydło
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toiletries
wybredny
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picky
rozsądny / rozsądna
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reasonable
odkladac, zbywac
to decide or arrange to delay an event or activity until a later time or date:
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to put someone off
The meeting has been put off for a week. [+ -ing verb ] I can't put off going to the dentist any longer.
He puts off writing the essay until the last minute He keeps asking me out, and I keep putting him off.
to nie moja bajka
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it's not my cup of tea
nagle, znienacka, jak grom z jasnego nieba
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out of the blue
the problem did not come out of the blue
być dwulicowym
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to be two-faced
coś co wymiata, super
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bee's knees
Check out my bee's knees sneakers.
pomóż mi
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to give me a hand
być w siódmym niebie (dosł. być ponad księżycem)
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to be over the moon
bez znaczenia, nic nie znaczacy
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meaningless
He produced yet another set of meaningless statistics. A meaningless gesture
skazany za
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convicted of
he was convicted of murder
skontaktować się z kimś
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get in touch with
podziwiać kogoś
to admire and respect someone:
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look up to
I know she looks up to me so I can't disappoint her.
poza tym, oprócz
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besides
besides that there's nothing interesting, and besides I needed to star earning money
być zdruzgotany
be very disappointed and upset
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be gutted
gatid
he is absolutely gutted that he's been dropped from the team
pierwsza komunia
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first communion
komju nien
sens
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point in
what was the point in meeting them
śledztwo
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investigation
to conduct /carry out an investigation
rozglądać się po sklepie
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looking, browse
grzebać zmarłego
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to bury
być podobnym do
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take after
he takes after his father
rozejrzeć sie
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look around
she spent the afternoon looking around the town
zmęczony
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fatigued
fatig d
łatwizna
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A piece of cake
mieć zamiłowanie I dar do kwiatów
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have a green fingers
mieć dużo obowiązków, być zajęty
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have a lot on my plate
coś o czym wszyscy wiedzą, ale nikt o tym nie mówi
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the elephant in the room
być miłośnikiem słodyczy
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have a sweet tooth
rodzić
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to give birth
The doctor says she will give birth to a child next month
zerwać (tylko z partnerem)
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break up
znosić, dierżyć
to accept unpleasant behaviour or an unpleasant situation, although you do not like it
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put up with
we shouldn't put up with the way he treats us. He's so rude, I don't know how you put up with him.
kłócić się z zakończeniem znajomości
to argue with someone and stop being friendly with them
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fall out with someone
have you and Sam fallen out with each other again
być w kontakcie
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keep in touch
wracać do czegoś, nie przerywać czegoś
zamknij się i zasuwaj z tym
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get on with sth
shut up and get on with it, now let me get on with my mission
mieć z kimś dobre stosunki, dobrze się dogadywać
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get on /along with someone
do you get along with your colleagues, I never really got on with my brother
nadrobić, dogonić
to learn or discuss the latest news:
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catch up
we have a little time to catch up, I was giving you time to catch up. I have a catch-up meeting with my manager at two.
pocieszyć kogoś, rozchmurzyc
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cheer sb up
cheer up, it's not the end of the world
przeprowadzać rozmowę
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make conversation
obraźliwe słowa
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offensive words
informować kogoś na bieżąco,
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keep sb abreast of sth
I'll keep you abreast of any development
przyjrzeć się
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take a look at
doceniać(verb)
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appreciate
I'd appreciate if you left me alone. I would appreciate- bede wdzieczna/ docenie
wykroczenie,`; uraza obraza
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offence
offend-I was deeply offended by her comments, doubtless you've committed a criminal offence
okaz
something shown or examined as an example; a typical example:
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specimen (spesi min)
this is one of the museum's finest specimens. He has a collection of rare insect specimens.
recepta
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prescription
paragon
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receipt
risit
przepis
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recipe
resipi
w kierunku / w stronę, wobec
tołordz
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towards
he ran towards her, he has a negative attitude towards everything
dalej
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further
let's walk a bit further down the road
prześlij dalej, do przodu na przód
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forward
fołerd
I always look forward not back
niepewny, mieć kompleksy na punkcie czegoś
having no confidence in yourself and what you can do, not safe or protected
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insecure
you have nothing to be insecure about, Anna knows that I'm very insecure about my back, many of our staff are worried cause their jobs are insecure
zwracać uwagę, uważać
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pay attention
I missed what she was saying because I wasn't paying attention, OK Ben pay attention
zadowolony z siebie w cwaniakowaty sposób
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smug (przymiotnik)
don't be smug Jackie,
wybielacz
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bleach
barwnik, farbowac włosy
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dye
daj
I've wanted to dye mine black hair
nadąża, dotrzymać kroku
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keep up (with)
I can't keep up with your love life
rozsądny / rozsądna
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reasonable
kąpać sie (verb)
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bathe
bejf, bath kąpiel baf
wędrować, włóczyć
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roam (around)
don't roam here and there, to roam. around the island
zejść z utartego szlaku
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get off the beaten track
badanie kontrolne
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check - up
I'm going to the doctor for a check-up
łobuz(n), znęcać się (v)
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bully, bully
when I was a young girl everyone was bullying me
dlatego też
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therefore
she accidently closed the door therefore he couldn't go to school
wyglądać bardziej wyjściowo
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presentable
pyłek, pyłki
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pollen
sławny
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renowned
the island is renowned for its beauty
opieka prawna nad dzieckiem
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custody
Nicola won a custody of their two children
kapcie
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slippers
zachecac
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spur sb on (sper)
Spurred on by his fans, he won the next three games easily.‘her sons' passion for computer games spurred her on to set up a software business’
wymagajacy, żądajacy
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demanding
laik
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layman (lejmen)
zlozyc wypowiedzenie
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give/ hand in one's notice
I handed in my notice yesterday. Hand in your notice by the end of the day. She gave her notice first thing in the morning
karta przetargowa
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bargaining chip (bargining czip)
Missiles were used as a bargaining chip in negotiations for economic aid.
dac wskazowke, aluzje
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to drop a hint
He dropped several hints that he wanted an MP3 player for his birthday.
naciagac
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to con (kon)
Thieves conned him out of his life savings. I conned him into giving me your home number. She felt she had been conned into buying the car. she was jailed for conning her aunt out of £500,000. CON sb OUT of...// CON into Ving
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to haggle over sth (hagl)
I spent 20 minutes haggling over the price of a leather bag.
warte zrobienia czegos
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worth doing (Ving)
it's worth going there
katar sienny
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hay fever
swędzieć(v)
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itch
ślina
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saliva (selajwe)
rozkoszny/uroczy
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adorable
przeprowadzac operacje
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perform surgery
chirurg
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a surgeon (serdzen)
dalsza rodzina
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distant family
okrucienstwo wobec zwierzat
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aminal cruelty
pilny/pracowity
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diligent (dilidzent)
bijacy rekordy popularnosci
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best-selling
nerwowy/ choleryk
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hot-blooded
skupiony na karierze
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career-driven
naciągany
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far-fetched (feczt)
ograniczony, pełen uprzedzeń
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narrow-minded
polityk
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a politician
partia polityczna
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a political party
brać coś pod uwagę, rozważać coś
mniej formalnie: to bear sth in mind, keep sth in mind
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take something into consideration
We must take this problem into consideration
dowiadywać się, pytać się
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enquire
You should also enquire about the back-up team, I'm enquiring about dentists in the area.
fascynujący
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gripping
a gripping story
praktyczny(experience)
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hands-on
hands-on experience, my teaching course is very hands-on
chodnik
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pavement
faktura
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an invoice
lek/lekarstwo
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medicine
podróż
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journey (dzerni)
salon
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a living room/ lounge (laundz)
z mojego doświadczenia
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from my experience
zmywanie naczyn(rzeczownik)
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washing-up
He was doing the washing-up. I don't like washing dishes/up
zmywac naczynia
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wash up
It's your turn to wash up
plyn do mycia naczyn
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washing-up liquid
dawkowanie, dawka
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dosage, dose (dousidz)
polityka
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politics
dojrzały
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mature (maczur)
byc na chorobowym
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be off sick
skierowanie
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referral
re-fe-rl
zwolnienie lekarskie
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sick leave/ doctor's note
byc niechetnym do zronienia czegosc
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be reluctant to DO sth
ri lak tent. Many victims of crime are reluctant to go to the police.
rekompensata
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compensation
zdzierstwo
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a rip-off
Sorry, but I think 70 quid for that blouse is a rip-off
tani a cieszy
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cheap and cheerful
once/when/after
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once / when / after you've finished you should email...
kolacja
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supper
nadmiar
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excess of
An excess of oil on the markets has caused prices to fall sharply.
jak to nazywacie
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what do you call this/ what do you say when
na koniec dnia!!!, w koncu
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at the end of the day
ostatecznie
in the end we all agreed with him.
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in the end
piec, taki przemyslowy raczej
fernis
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furnace
zepsuc sie (transport)/ zalamac sie psychicznie
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break down
zapchany, zatloczony
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jam-packed
trains were jam-packed with holidaymakers
opozniony
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delayed (dilejd)
zbierac pieniadze
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raise money
pchnac nozem
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stab
przemawiac
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making/giving speech
ankieta, sondaz
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poll (poul)
A new poll suggests there is support for our proposal.
spisek, zmowa
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conspiracy
The possibilites that it was a conspiracy are very high. Conspire(konspajer) against... Spiskowac
główna rola
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lead role
do sedna
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to the point, nitty-gritty,
let's get straight to the point
paplać dlugo i bez sensu, ględzić
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waffle on [łoful ]
I don't like to waffle on, let's get to the nitty-gritty
pękać, roztrzaskać sie
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crack
don't drink from that mug it's cracked
upoważniać / (dać władzę)
to give someone the confidence, skills, freedom, etc to do something
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empower
[+ to do sth ] Education empowers people to take control of their lives.
uprzejmość
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pleasantry [plezen tri]
They exchanged pleasantries about the weather.
uderzyc kogoś z otwartej reki / plaskacz
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slap
She slapped him across the face. SMACK- dać klapsa jako kara dla dziecka. SPANK - uderzyc w pupe
dekorować
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decorate [dekorejt]
decorative- ozdobny [de kre tiw]
dążyć do
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pursue [per sju]
I'm pursuing a new job career, Pursue ING verb- actively pursue being engaged with...
sporny,
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divisive [di waj siw]
The right to free abortion is a divisive issue.
spór
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dispute[dis pjut]
A man stabbed his neighbour in a dispute OVER noise.
wygłupiać sie
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lark about, mess about
mess about -obijać sie - Stop messing around and do your homework!, Ignore him, he is just messing around.
ostry, przenikliwy zapach
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pungent [pandzent]
I don't like curry it's too pungent
nadskakiwać komuś/ przylizywać sie komuś
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fawn (all) over [fon]
Everyone else just fawns all over her, it's tedious.
nużący, nudny
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tedious [ti dies]
rozmyślać (rozważać)
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ponder [ponder]
I have to make a difficult decision now I am pondering about which option would be the best one
wlewać
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Pour {por)
I poured the milk into a jug.
wycierać / ścierać
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wipe (łajp)
Could you wipe the table? She stopped crying and wiped her eyes. Could you clean the dust / Could you dust the book case
pojawiać sie / przybyć
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turn up
Look who finally turned up! Turn up -podkęcać zwiększać np głośność
przebrnąć/ przejść przez coś
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go through with something
pomieszczenie gospodarcze (z pralką, suszarką itd.)
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utility room (with washing machine, dryer etc.)
trema, zdenerwowanie
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stage fright (frajt)
The more important the show, the greater the potential stage fright
oszustwo, oszust
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fraud (frod)
I invested in your business and you took my money. You're a fraud. To Commit fraud
fałszować
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forge (/ fake) {fordz}
zmyślać coś/ preparować
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make (sth) up
He made the results up. I think she made the whole thing up
mógłbym / wyrażanie możliwosći/ spekulacji w past
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I could / could express / speculate in the past
I could't have done it without you. He couldn't have been more than 15 years old. It could have been his birthday that's why he had lots of post. Something could have happend to him
kruszyć sie / rozpadać
dosłownie lub np. związki, strategie itp
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crumble
His first marriage crumbled after only a year.
kłopotać sie, zawracać głowę
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bother
Sorry to bother you, but could you spare any change? He's very bothered about what other people think.
garnitur, pasować
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a suit (sut)
jednorazowy
only happening once
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one-off
a one-off payment
przestrzegać, słuchać się być posłusznym
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obey
He gave the command, and we obeyed. I want you to obey my commands at all times
przestarzały
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outdated
ciasny, napięty
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tight
These trousers are too tight; Money will be tight this months
imprezowicz
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party animal
słabowity, wątły
o zdrowiu
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frail [freil]
My daughter is so frail that she can't go outside
nieprzytomny, zemdlony
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unconscious (an konszs)
być świadomym czegoś, zdawać sobie sprawę z czegoś
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be aware of something
Are you aware of the risks involved?
zakład pogrzebowy
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funeral home
kostnica
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mortuary (mor czeri)
urząd stanu cywilnego
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a registry office
chronić, zachowywać
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preserve
We should preserve endangered species of animals. Preserved - zachowany
wpaść na kogoś, spotkać kogoś przypadkiem
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bump into
I bumped into my friend this evening
wziać pożyczkę
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Take a loan
odpowiedzialny
having to be responsible for what you do and able to explain your actions
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accountable
accountable for - odpowiedzialny za, accountable to- odpowiedzialny wobec. Hospitals must be held accountable for their mistakes. parents cannot be held accountable for their children's actions
szczegółowo badać, analizować
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scrutinise (skruti najs)
The evidence was carefully scrutinised.
troskliwy, myślący o innych
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thoughtful
Thank you for the card - it was very thoughtful of you.
uważny
listening or watching carefully and showing that you are interested
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attentive (atentiw)
an attentive student, attentively- uważnie
ciężar (brzemię)
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burden (berden)
the burden of responsibility I'd hate to be a burden to you when I'm older.
bardzo/naprawde
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very / really
very+adjective- very ugly, really+verb - really miss her
przecgodzić na emeryturę
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to retire
You may retire in very close future.
emerytura
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retirement
We wish you a long and happy retirement.
plama
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stain
It's an ink stain on a sheet of paper.
znak/plama
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mark
paproch
a very small spot or a very small amount of something
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speck
spek
pozbyć się czegoś
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get rid of something
I can’t wait to get rid of that ugly old couch.
odpoczywać
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to have a rest,
I need a rest/ to take a break
odcedzać/osuszac
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drain
wycieczajacy
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draining
The long journey drained him.
kawalerski wieczór/panieński
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stag do / hen do
druga runda
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the second round
pamietac
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remember/ remind
remember - pamietac(they remembered me // remind-przypominac (emilia don't forget)
slaby, kiepski
not very good or effective
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feeble
a feeble argument/excuse (fibl)
probowac zgadnac
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hazard a guess
Based on my findings, if I had to hazard a guess, I'd say it was... I don't know where he is, but I'd be willing to hazard a guess.
dopraszać się komplementów
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fish a compliments
When the student said that he was still not confident of the subject after a score of 80 on 100 in the test, the teacher knew that he was only fishing for a compliment.
uprzejmosc
to talk briefly and politely with someone saying things that are not really very important
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pleasantry [plezentri]
They exchanged pleasantries about the weather.
dwuznaczny komplement
nie wiadomo czy chcial obrazic czy pochwaalic
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backhanded compliment
The backhanded compliment to lower her self-esteem...
bardzo przepraszac
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apologise profusely (pro fju zli)
He apologised profusely for being late.
pochopna obietnica
a promise that is made too quickly and has not been thought about carefully
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rash promise
zbyt daleko idące stwierdzenie/uogólnienie
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sweeping statement/generalization
sliping
gruntowny, radykalny
affecting many things or people
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sweeping
sweeping changes/reforms
wstepny
idea, plan, agreement, etc is not certain/ not confident
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tentative
The two companies have announced a tentative deal.
bezpodstawne oskarzenie
an accusation which is not based on facts and is probably wrong
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wild accusations
You have no proof of such a wild accusation! Accusation- oskarzenie (akjuzejszyn)
napełniać
to put sb or sth into space/situation/ containerso it is completely or almost completely full
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fill
He filled the bucket with water. I made a drink while the bath was filling. The streets were filled with tourists. The smell of smoke filled the room.
wystawiac
to put something outside the house
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put (sth) out
When should I put the bin out?
znieść coś z powierzchni ziemi
to destroy something completely
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wipe sth out
The earthquake wiped out many villages.
zwalniac(opuszczac)
to leave a room, building, chair, etc so that someone else can use it
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vacate
wekejt
tankowac do pełna/ wypelnic calkowicie
make completely full
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fill up
fill up my car. I don't want yo fill up on French fries before I get my salad. The restaurant soon filled up with people. I'm going to fill up my schedule for next week
uzupelnic (o niedostatkach)
have a lot of one thing as much as possible
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fill up on
I need to fill up on fruits today, I didn't have enough today. We need to fill up on groceries before our holiday
zdawac relacje, zglebiac zagadnienie
to give someone extra or missing information:
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fill sb in on
I filled her in on the latest gossip. Fill me in on the family feud, I want to know every detail. ‘they filled me in on all the latest news from Cambridge’
zastepowac kogos w pracy
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fill in for sb
I'm filling in for my co-worker today. Will you fill in for me next week. The manager told me to fill in for Jim in tomorrow's meeting.
kazać komuś coś zrobić/ zmusić kogoś do zrobienia czegoś
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make
the teacher made me retake the test. (kazac) Don't make him hit you (zmuszac). She made me go out. I was made to go to the party. We made her pay for breaking our window.

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