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Pakiet UNIT 2
język Angielski
autor: asjjaa
125 słówek
angielski
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Słówka zawarte w pakiecie
  • Słówko
    po polsku
    po angielsku
      • Agresywny
      • aggressive; someone who is aggressive is very determined to win or be successful
      • dociekliwy
      • inquisitive ; keen to learn about a lot of different things
      • Bezwzględny
      • cold-blooded; deliberately cruel and showing no emotion
      • Milutki
      • Cuddly; a cuddly person or animal is attractive and makes you want to cuddle them, especially because they look soft or round
      • słodki, milutki
      • cute ; attractive, usually small, and easy to like
      • posłuszny
      • docile ; well-behaved, quiet, and easy to control
      • dziki, okrutny
      • ferocious, okrutny ; violent and able to cause serious damage or injury
      • brudny, niechlujny
      • messy ; untidy or dirty
      • łagodnie
      • mildly ; to put it mildly is used for saying that the words you have chosen are not as extreme as they could have been
      • drwal
      • logger ; someone whose job is to cut down trees
      • wycinka
      • logging ; the work of cutting down trees for wood
      • burmistrz
      • mayor ; the most important elected official in a town or city
      • utrapienie, niebezpieczeństwo
      • menace ; someone or something that is dangerous and likely to cause harm
      • rozkoszny, uroczy
      • lovely ; kind, pleasant, and easy to like
      • posłuszny
      • obedient ; doing what a person, law, or rule says that you must do
      • figlarny, rozbrykany
      • playful ; lively and full of fun
      • uległy, potulny
      • tame ; someone who is tame obeys other people or is afraid of them
      • okrutny
      • vicious ; extremely violent
      • mieć sens, być logiczne
      • add up ; if a set of facts does not add up, you do not believe it is correct because it does not match other information that you already have
      • wtrącać się, włączyć do rozmowy
      • butt in ; to join a conversation or activity without being asked to
      • wyjaśniać
      • clear up ; to solve a problem or a mystery
      • zaprzestać, skończyć
      • draw the line ; to say that you will definitely not allow or accept something
      • stawiać czoło
      • face ; to accept that a bad situation exists and try to deal with it
      • nie pojąć, o co chodzi
      • miss the point ; to fail to understand something
      • wybuchnąć z wściekłością
      • blow (your) top ; to suddenly become very angry
      • obłąkany, szalony
      • insane ; very stupid or crazy, especially in a way that is likely to cause serious problems, harm, or injury
      • wściekły
      • livid ; extremely angry
      • tracić panowanie nad sobą
      • lose (your) temper ; to suddenly become angry
      • szaleniec
      • lunatic ; someone who behaves in an extreme or dangerous way
      • brakować (komuś) piątej klepki
      • need (your) head examined ; to seem to be crazy or to be doing stupid things
      • wkurzać
      • round the bend ; to become crazy
      • podniecać się, doprowadzać do jakiegoś stanu
      • worked up ; upset, angry, or excited
      • dogadywać się, mieć dobre relacje
      • get along ; if people get along, they like each other and are friendly to each other
      • poruszać się
      • get around ; if people get along, they like each other and are friendly to each other
      • skontaktować się z
      • get in touch with ; to speak or write to someone, especially after you have not spoken to them for a long time
      • zaangażować się
      • get involved ; if you get involved in something, you begin to take part in it
      • iść z czymś do przodu
      • get on with it ; to give your time to something and make progress with it
      • porzucać
      • abandon ; to leave someone when you should stay with them and take care of them
      • absurdalny
      • absurd ; completely stupid, unreasonable, or impossible to believe
      • wyganiać, wypędzać
      • banish ; to make someone go somewhere else
      • baron
      • baron ; a man who is a member of the nobility. In the UK, a baron has lower status than most other members of the nobility.
      • dziób
      • beak ; the hard curved or pointed part of a bird’s mouth
      • dziób
      • bill ; a bird’s beak
      • wybuchać (o wojnie, ogniu)
      • break out ; if something bad such as a war or disease breaks out, it starts
      • zakopać
      • bury ; to put something in the ground and cover it with earth
      • muzyk uliczny
      • busker ; someone who performs music in the streets and other public places for money
      • wóz
      • carriage ; a vehicle with wheels that is pulled by horses, especially one used in the past before cars were invented
      • pisklę
      • chick ; a baby bird
      • starcie, konflikt
      • clash ; a fight or battle between two groups of people
      • działacz na rzecz ochrony środowiska
      • conservationist ; someone who works to protect the environment from damage or destruction
      • przekonany
      • convinced ; certain that something is true
      • sprzeciwiać się, ripostować
      • counter ; to reply to a criticism or statement that you disagree with
      • czołgać się, pełzać
      • crawl ; to move along the ground on your hands and knees or with your body close to the ground
      • okrutny
      • cruel ; cruel events or situations make people suffer in a way that seems unfair
      • odstrzał
      • cull ; an act of culling animals
      • dygać, kłaniać się
      • curtsey ; if a woman curtsies, she shows her respect for someone by bending her knees with one leg behind the other as a formal greeting
      • kopać
      • dig ; to make a hole in earth or sand using your hands, a machine, or a tool, especially a spade
      • pies dingo
      • dingo ; a wild dog that lives in Australia
      • charakterystyczny
      • distinctive ; easy to recognize because of being different from other people or things of the same type
      • orzeł
      • eagle ; a large bird that kills other birds and animals for food
      • hrabia
      • earl ; a man with a very high social position in the UK
      • ekscentryczny
      • eccentric ; someone who is eccentric often behaves in slightly strange or unusual ways
      • majątek, posiadłość
      • estate ; a very large area of land that belongs to one person, usually with a very big house on it
      • kat
      • executioner ; someone whose job is to execute criminals
      • wyginięcie
      • extinction ; the situation when an animal, plant, or language no longer exists
      • liczyć się z faktami
      • face facts ; used for saying that someone has to accept the truth, although it is unpleasant
      • płot, ogrodzenie
      • fence ; a flat upright structure made of wood or wire that surrounds an area of land
      • gromada, stado
      • flock of ; a group of birds, sheep, or goats
      • lis
      • fox ; a wild animal similar to a small dog, with red-brown fur, a pointed face, and a thick tail
      • otwory, nieszczelności
      • gap ; a space or opening in the middle of something or between things
      • pozbyć się
      • get rid of ; to take action that stops something annoying, unpleasant, or not wanted from affecting you
      • świnka morska
      • guinea pig ; a small animal with fur, short ears, and no tail. It is often kept as a pet
      • środowisko naturalne
      • habitat ; the type of place that a particular animal usually lives in or a particular plant usually grows in, for example a desert, forest, or lake
      • niebezpieczeństwo
      • hazard ; something that could be dangerous or could cause damage or accidents
      • z miejsca się zaprzyjaźnić, być w dobrych stosunkach
      • hit it off ; if two people hit it off when they meet for the first time, they like each other
      • pies (gończy, myśliwski)
      • hound ; a dog of any type
      • klatka
      • hutch ; a structure for keeping small animals in, especially rabbits
      • rozpieszczać (kogoś), folgować
      • indulge ; to allow someone to do what they want or enjoy
      • niewdzięczność
      • ingratitude ; behaviour or attitudes that show you are not grateful, especially when other people think you should be grateful
      • jak na ironię
      • ironically ; used for saying that a situation has developed in an unexpected and sometimes humorous way
      • opalizujący
      • iridescent ; showing changing colours in different types of light
      • rozdrażnienie, gniew
      • irritation ; something that annoys you, especially over a period of time
      • z kości słoniowej
      • ivory ; the yellowish-white bone that an elephant’s tusks are made of
      • kocię
      • kitten ; a young cat
      • kiwi
      • kiwi ; the bird that is the symbol of New Zealand. It has a long thin beak and cannot fly.
      • smycz
      • lead ; a long thin piece of material attached to a dog’s collar so that it can be controlled in a public place
      • skórzany
      • leather ; a strong material made from animal skin that is used for making shoes, clothes, bags etc
      • resztki, pozostałości
      • leftovers ; the food that remains at the end of a meal after you have finished eating
      • złe zachowanie
      • misbehaviour ; bad behaviour or behaviour that offends other people
      • serwetka
      • napkin ; a piece of cloth or paper used for protecting your clothes and wiping your mouth and hands while you are eating
      • plaga, utrapienie
      • nuisance ; something that is annoying and is a continuing problem
      • przeszkoda
      • obstacle ; a difficulty or problem that prevents you from achieving something
      • opos
      • opossum ; an animal found in North America and Australia with thick fur and a long tail. The mother carries her babies inside a pouch on her body.
      • wymknąć się spod kontroli
      • out of hand ; not well controlled
      • wystający, wiszący
      • overhanging ; to stick out from an edge above something
      • szkodnik, zaraza
      • pest ; an insect or small animal that damages plants or supplies of food
      • petycja
      • petition ; a document signed by many people that asks someone in authority to do something
      • bezcelowy, bezsensowny
      • pointless ; lacking any purpose or use
      • potencjalny, możliwy
      • potential ; possible or likely in the future
      • drapieżnik
      • predator ; an animal that kills and eats other animals
      • kara
      • punishment ; a way in which someone is punished
      • szczeniak
      • pup ; a very young dog
      • szczeniak
      • puppy ; a very young dog
      • pies rasy seter irlandzki
      • red setter ; a breed of dog with reddish fur
      • reinkarnacja
      • reincarnation ; the belief that after you die you can be born again as a different person, animal, or thing
      • opinia, reputacja
      • reputation ; a general opinion that someone or something has a particular quality
      • satysfakcjonujący
      • rewarding ; giving you satisfaction, pleasure, or profit
      • rozdzierać
      • rip ; to make a hole in something using force
      • lina
      • rope ; a type of very thick string that can be used for tying or pulling things
      • rząd
      • row ; a series of people or things arranged in a straight line
      • święty
      • saint ; someone who the Christian church officially honours after their death because they have lived an especially holy life. Saint is often written as St before a person’s name
      • jasnoczerwony, szkarłatny
      • scarlet ; bright red in colour
      • jedwab
      • silk ; thin smooth cloth made from the fibres produced by an insect called a silkworm
      • rzeź
      • slaughter ; the killing of animals, usually for their meat
      • gładko
      • smoothly ; without difficulty, problems, or delays
      • uroczyście, poważnie
      • solemnly ; in a serious way
      • laska, kij
      • stick ; a long, thin piece of wood that has been broken or cut from a tree
      • zdadziwiający, wspaniały
      • stunning ; very impressive or beautiful
      • zmagać się, rozwiązywać
      • tackle ; to make an organized and determined attempt to deal with a problem, often a social problem such as crime or unemployment
      • żółw
      • tortoise ; an animal that walks slowly and can pull its head and legs into the shell on its back
      • leczyć
      • treat ; to use medicine or medical methods to cure a patient or an illness
      • proces, rozprawa sądowa
      • trial ; the process of examining a case in a court of law and deciding whether someone is guilty or innocent. When a case comes to trial, it is brought to a court and the person who has been accused o
      • indyk
      • turkey ; a large bird similar to a chicken that has no feathers on its head and is often eaten at Christmas and Thanksgiving. The sound that turkeys make is called gobbling.
      • niehigieniczny
      • unhygienic ; not clean, and likely to cause disease
      • szczepionka
      • vaccine ; a substance put into the body, usually by injection, in order to provide protection against a disease
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