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English-Polish Dictionary: [sb.'s]
[coll.] [pertaining to the People's Republic of Poland]
peerelowski {adj} [pot.] [odnoszący się do PRL-u]
at [sb.'s place]
{prep} [+gen.] [kogoś]
to accommodate sb. [provide lodging for sb.]
pomieścić kogoś [gen.] [dok.] [przenocować]
to allow [sb. to do sth.]
pozwolić [dok.] [komuś coś zrobić]
pozwalać [niedok.] [komuś coś zrobić]
to dock [deprive sb. of sth., as a penalty]
skasować [pot.] [zabrać komuś coś za karę] [dok.]
kasować [pot.] [zabierać komuś coś za karę] [niedok.]
to insulate [protect sb.] [fig.]
zabezpieczyć [dok.]
to let [sb. do sth.]
pozwalać [niedok.] [komuś coś zrobić]
to paw [coll.] [to grope sb.]
obłapiać [pot.] [niedok.]
obmacywać [pot.] [pej.] [niedok.]
to scuttle [one's own ship]
zatopić [własny okręt] [dok.]naut.woj.
to tease sb. [to make fun of sb.]
dokuczać komuś [niedok.]
to thump [punch sb.]
walnąć [+acc.] [dok.]
walić [+acc.] [niedok.]
brush [fox's tail]
lisia kita {f}łowiect.zool.
crop [bird's craw]
wole {n} [u ptaków]zool.
expatriate [sb. living abroad]
ekspatriant {m} [osob.]socjol.
galley [ship's kitchen]
kuchnia {f} na statkunaut.
hiss [an "s" sound]
syk {m}
hissing [an "s" sound]
syk {m}
interference [in sb.'s affairs]
ingerencja {f} [w czyjeś sprawy]
marble [glass ball for child's game]
szklana kulka {f}zabaw.
mealie [esp. S.Afr.]
kukurydza {f}gastr.roln.
nephew [brother's son]
bratanek {m} [osob.]
nephew [sister's son]
siostrzeniec {m} [osob.]
niece [brother's daughter]
bratanica {f}
niece [sister's daughter]
siostrzenica {f}
surgery [Br.] [doctor's consulting room]
gabinet {m}med.
teat [of baby's bottle]
smoczek {m} [na butelce dla dziecka]gastr.
to watch out [watch one's back]
być [niedok.] ostrożnym
building block [child's toy]
klocek {m} [zabawka dziecięca]zabaw.
crow's nest [on ship's mast]
bocianie gniazdo {n} [na maszcie statku]naut.
dog collar [coll.] [clergyman's collar]
koloratka {f}
dolls' house [also doll, doll's]
domek {m} dla lalekzabaw.
duffel bag [seaman's kitbag]
worek {m} marynarski
dyer's weed [dyer's rocket]
rezeda {f} żółtawa [Reseda luteola]bot.
sister-in-law [sister of one's spouse]
szwagierka {f}
sister-in-law [wife of one's brother]
bratowa {f}
Same as always. [answer to "How's it going?"]
Nic nowego, wszystko po staremu. [pot.]inform.
second-hand smoke [from other people's cigarettes]
dym {m} z drugiej ręki [bierne palenie]
Where there's smoke there's fire. [Am.]
Nie ma dymu bez ognia.przysł.
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