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baptism [uncountable and countable] /ˈbæptˌɪzəm/ (noun) 1

a Christian religiuos ceremony in which someone is touched or covered with water to welcome them into the Christian faith chrzest : Is baptism necessary for salvation? Czy chrzest jest niezbędny do zbawienia?; 2

baptism of fire: a difficult or painful first experience of something chrzest bojowy : The campaign has been a baptism of fire Kampania była chrztem bojowym

bittersweet /ˈbɪtərˌswit / (adjective) 1

a taste or smell that is bittersweet is both sweet and bitter at the same time gorzko-słodki : I'd like a bittersweet chicken Poproszę gorzko-słodkiego kurczaka; 2

feelings, memories or experience that are bittersweet are happy and sad at the same time: bittersweet memories of childhood gorzko-słodkie wspomnienia dzieciństwa

blizzard [countable] /ˈblɪzəd / (noun) 1

a severe snowstorm zamieć : We got stuck in a blizzard Utknęliśmy w zamieci; 2

a sudden large amount of something unpleasant or annoying that you must deal with natłok PRO version

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natłok : a blizzard of letters natłok listów

duck [countable] /dʌk / (noun) 1

a very common water bird with short legs and a wide beak kaczka : Ducks are mostly smaller than the swans Kaczki są przeważnie mniejsze do łabędzi [uncountable] the meat of a duck used as food: roast duck with orange sauce pieczona kaczka z sosem pomarańczowym ; 2 (verb transitive, verb intransitive) to lower your head or body to very quickly, especially to avoid being

seen or hit zrobić unik : If she hadn't ducked, the ball would have hit her Gdyby nie zrobiła uniku, piłka by w nią uderzyła

forgery /ˈfɔːdʒəri/ (noun) 1

[countable] a document, painting or piece of paper money that has been copied illegally SYN fake falsyfikat : The painting was a forgery Obraz był falsyfikatem; 2

[uncountable] the crime of copying offcial money, documrnts etc fałszerstwo : Forgery is a serious crime Fałszerstwo to poważne przestępstwo

ink /ɪŋk / (noun) PRO version

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[uncountable and countable] a colored liquid that you use for writing, printing and drawing tusz : Print it in black ink Wydrukuj to czarnym tuszem; 2

[uncountable] the balck liquid in sea creatures such as octopusus and squid atrament : How does an octopus use ink to defend itself against predators? Jak ośmiornica używa atramentu w celu obrony przed drapieżnikami?; 3 (verb transitive) to make a document, agreement etc official and legal by writing your signature on

it podpisać się : The two companies have inked a deal Obie firmy podpisały umowę

night [uncount able and countable] /naɪt/ (noun) 1

the dark part of each 24 hour period when the sun cannot be seen OPP day noc : It was a cold night. To była chłodna noc. I didn't sleep to well last night. Nie spałem dobrze zaszłej nocy.; 2

The time during the evenig until you go to bed wieczór : We had a really good meal last night Mieliśmy bardzo dobry posiłek wczoraj wieczorem

pray /preɪ/ (verb transitive, verb intransitive) 1

to speak to God in order to ask for help or give thanks PRO version

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modlić się : They went to the church to pray Poszli do kościoła się pomodlić; 2

to wish or hope very strong that something will happen or is true: Paul was praying that no one had noticed his absence Paweł modlił się, by nikt nie zauważył jego nieobecności

tentacle [countable] /

tentəkl/ (noun)

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one of the long thin parts of a sea creature such as an octopus macka : An octopus has 8 tentacles Ośmiornica ma 8 macek; 2

tentacles [plural] the influence or effect that something has on people or things-used to show disapproval : The company's tentacles spread from car manufacturing to railways Macki firmy rozciągają się od produkcji samochodów po kolej

wand [countable] /wɒnd/ 1

a thin stick you hold in your hand to do magic tricks różdżka : Take the wand and show me some tricks Weź różdżkę i pokaż mi jakieś sztuczki; 2

a tool that looks like a thin stick pręt : The boy took a wand and made believe i was a sword Chłopiec wziął pręt, udając, że to miecz; 3 (verb transitive) to move a small scanner over something or someone

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: We were wanded by security guards before being allowed in Zostaliśmy przeszukani przez ochronę, zanim pozwolono nam wejść

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