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airy /ˈɛːri/ (=airiness) (adjective) 1 (of a room or building) spacious, well lit, and well ventilated przewiewny: a large, airy room duzy przewiewny pokój; 2 not treating something as serious; casual, light-hearted beztroski: her airy unconcern for economy jej beztroski brak

zainteresowania ekonomią bitch /bɪtʃ/ (noun) 1 a female dog, wolf or fox suka: My dog is actually a bitch. Mój pies tak naprawdę jest suką.; 2 a spiteful or unpleasant woman suka: You're a bitch! Ale z ciebie suka! [Old English bicce, of Germanic origin] button /ˈbʌt(ə)n/ (=buttoned, buttonless) 1 (noun) a small disc or knob sewn on to a garment, either to fasten it by being pushed through a slit made for the purpose or for decoration guzik: a shirt with seven buttons koszula z siedmioma guzikami; 2 (verb) fasten (clothing) with buttons zapinać: he buttoned up his jacket zapiął koszulę [Middle English: from Old French bouton, of Germanic origin and related to butt] catholic / ˈkaθ(ə)lɪk/ (=catholicity) (adjective) 1 of the Roman Catholic faith katolicki: Catholic Church Kościół Katolicki; 2 Including or concerning all humankind; universal powszechny, uniwersalny: "what was of catholic rather than national interest" (J.A. Froude) [late Middle English (in sense 2 of the adjective): from Old French catholique or late Latin catholicus, from Greek katholikos 'universal', from kata 'in respect of' + holos 'whole'] crisp /krɪsp/ (adjective) 1 (of a fruit or vegetable) firm and juicy chrupki, chrupiący: a crisp apple chrupiące jabłko; 2 (of the weather) cool, fresh, and invigorating rześki, rzeźwy: crisp mountain air rześkie górskie powietrze; 3 (of hair) curly kręcony: crisp red hair rude kręcone włosy [Old English (referring to hair in the sense 'curly'): from Latin crispus 'curled'. Other senses may result from symbolic interpretation of the sound of the word] division /dɪˈvɪʒ(ə)n/ (noun) 1 the action of separating something into parts or the process of being separated podzielenie: the division of the land into small fields podzielenie ziemi na małe pola; 2 the process of dividing one number by another dzielenie: no multiplication or division is necessary żadne mnożenie ani dzielenie nie jest konieczne ; 3 a group of army brigades or regiments dywizja: an infantry division dywizja piechoty [late Middle English: from Old French devisiun, from Latin divisio(n-), from the verb dividere] light /lʌɪt/ (=lightish, lightness, lightless) 1 (verb) provide with light or lighting; illuminate oświetlać: lightning suddenly lit up the house nagle błyskawica oświetliła dom; 2 (adjective) having a considerable or sufficient amount of natural light; not dark jasny: the bedrooms are light and airy sypialnie są jasne i przewiewne ; 3 (noun) the natural agent that stimulates sight and makes things visible światło: the lamps in the street shed a faint light into the room lampy z ulicy rzucały słabe światło do pokoju [Old English lēoht, līht (noun and adjective), līhtan (verb), of Germanic origin; related to Dutch licht and German Licht, from an Indo-European root shared by Greek leukos 'white' and Latin lux 'light'] principal /ˈprɪnsɪp(ə)l/ (=principalship) 1 (adjective) first in order of importance; main główny: the country’s principal cities główne miasta tego kraju; 2 (noun) the head of a school, college, or other educational institution dyrektor szkoły lub innej placówki edukacyjnej: I was sent to the principal's office. Zostałam wysłana do gabinetu dyrektora. ; 3 (noun) a sum of money lent or invested, on which interest is paid kwota zadłużenia: the winners are paid from the interest without even touching the principal [Middle English: via Old French from Latin principalis 'first, original', from princeps, princip- 'first, chief'] shower /ʃaʊə/ 1 (noun) a cubicle or bath in which a person stands under a spray of water to wash prysznic: all rooms have private shower and WC wszystki pokoje mają osobny prysznic i WC ; 2 (noun) a brief and usually light fall of rain przelotny deszcz: Light rain showers are expected on the south of the country Na południu kraju przewidywane są przelotne opady deszczu ; 3 (verb) wash oneself in a shower brać prysznic: Have you already taken a shower? Wziąłeś już prysznic? [Old English scūr 'light fall of rain, hail, etc.', of Germanic origin; related to Dutch schoer and German Schauer] switch /swɪtʃ/ (=switchable) 1 (noun) a device for making and breaking the connection in an


electric circuit włącznik/wyłącznik: the guard hit a switch and the gate swung open; 2 (noun) a slender, flexible shoot cut from a tree rózga, witka; 3 (verb) change the position, direction, or focus of: zmieniać: Let's switch places. Zamieńmy się miejscami. [late 16th century (denoting a thin tapering riding whip): probably from Low German

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