blistering / ˈblɪstərɪŋ/ (adjective) using very strong criticism zaciekły: a blistering attack; extremely hot piekący: blistering sunshine; extremely fast błyskawiczny: The economy has grown at a blistering
pace. company / ˈkʌmp(ə)ni/ (noun) an organization which sells goods or services przedsiębiorstwo, firma: a software/telephone company; when you have a person or people with you towarzystwo: I enjoy his company; keep sb company to stay with someone so that they are not alone dotrzymać komuś towarzystwa; be a good company to be a pleasant or interesting person to spend time with stanowić miłe towarzystwo faint / feɪnt/ (adjective) slight and not easy to notice, smell, hear, etc. lekki, słaby: a faint smell of smoke; feel faint to feel very weak and as if you might fall down czuć się słabo; faint hope/praise/chance very little hope, praise, chance, etc. nikła nadzieja, słaba pochwała, nikła szansa, itp. interest / ˈɪnt(ə)rɪst/ (noun) the feeling of wanting to know or learn about something or someone zainteresowanie: she looked about her with interest; money paid regularly at a particular rate for the use of money lent, or for delaying the repayment of a debt odsetki: the monthly rate of interest; be in sb's interest(s) to help someone and give them an advantage być w czyimś interesie: It may not be in your interest to change job so soon.; in the interest(s) of sth in order to achieve a particular situation or quality w interesie czegoś: In the interest of safety, passengers are advised to wear their
seat belts at all times leg /lɛg/ (noun) each of the limbs on which a person or animal walks and stands noga: Adam broke his leg; each of the supports of a chair, table, or other structure noga: table legs; a section or stage of a journey or process odcinek, etap: the return leg of his journey; not have a leg to stand on to have no chance of proving that something is true nie mieć żadnych dowodów: If you don't have a witness, you don't have a leg to stand on; be on its last legs near the end of life, usefulness, or existence rozpadać się: the foundry business was on its last legs; stretch your legs to go for a walk rozprostować nogi observe / əbˈzəːv/ (verb transitive) notice or perceive (something) and register it as being significant obsersować, przyglądać się; to notice something zauważać; make a remark zauważać: "It's still raining", he observed.; fulfil or comply with (a social, legal, ethical, or religious obligation) przestrzegać: to observe the law. offer1 /ˈɒfə/ (verb) [with two objects] present or proffer (something) for (someone) to accept or reject as desired proponować, oferować: may I offer you a drink?; (verb transitive) [with object] provide (access or an opportunity) oferować: the Coast Road offers easy access to the Nine Glens of Antrim offer2 /ˈɒfə/ (noun) when you ask someone if they would like something oferta, propozycja: a job offer; an amount of money that you say you will pay foe something oferta: The highest offer anyone has made so far is £150; a cheap price promocja, oferta: This special offer ends on Friday smart / smɑːt/ (adjective) 1 a (of a person) clean, tidy, and well dressed schludny, elegancki: you look very smart; 2 having or showing a quick-witted intelligence bystry: if he was that smart he would never have been tricked; 3 quick; brisk:he set off at a smart pace szybki: he set off at a smart pace vague /veɪg/ (adjective) of uncertain, indefinite, or unclear character or meaning niejasny: many patients suffer vague symptoms; thinking or communicating in an unfocused or imprecise way niewyrażny, mało precyzyjny, roztargniony: he had been very vague about his activities
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