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airport /ˈeə.pɔːt/ (noun) a place where aircraft regularly take off and land, with buildings for passengers to wait in lotnisko: Heathrow is the busiest airport in Great Britain. Heathrow to lotnisko obsługujące najwięcej samolotów w Wielkiej Brytanii. board /bɔːd/ (verb) to get onto a ship, aircraft, train, or bus wsiadać (na statek, do samolotu, pociągu, autobusu): At London airport she boarded a plane to Australia. Na lotnisku w Londynie wsiadła do samolotu do Australii. customs /ˈkʌs.təmz/ (noun) the place at a port, airport or border where travellers' bags are looked at to find out if any goods are being carried illegally odprawa celna: to go through customs przechodzić przez odprawę celną hitchhike /ˈhɪtʃ.haɪk/ (verb) to travel by getting free rides in someone else's vehicle jeździć autostopem: You should never go hitchhiking alone. Nigdy nie powinieneś jeździć autostopem samemu. journey /ˈdʒɜː.ni/ 1 (noun) an occasion when you travel from one place to another, especially when there is a long distance between the places podróż: It's a two-hour train journey from York to London. Podróż z Jorku do Londynu trwa dwie godziny.; 2 (verb) to travel somewhere podróżować: They journeyed south. Podróżowali na południe. land /lænd/ 1 (verb) if an aircraft lands, it comes down to the ground lądować: The plane landed on schedule. Samolot wylądował zgodnie z rozkładem.; 2 (verb) to be in an unpleasant situation or place, or to cause someone to be in an unpleasant situation or place wylądować, znaleźć się: She landed in hospital with a broken leg. Wylądowała w szpitalu ze złamaną nogą. luggage /ˈlʌg.ɪdʒ/ (AmE baggage) (noun) all the cases and bags that you take with you when you travel bagaż: Would you like me to help you with your luggage? Pomóc Ci z bagażem? hand luggage bagaż podręczny plane /pleɪn/ (BrE aeroplane, AmE airplane) (noun) a vehicle designed for air travel, which has wings and one or more engines samolot: He hates travelling by plane. Nienawidzi podróżować samolotem. take off /teɪk ɒf/ (verb) 1 aircraft: start flying startować (o samolocie): Robby's plane is taking off right now. Samolot Robbiego właśnie startuje.; 2 remove clothing etc. zdjąć: Jane took off her clothes and went to the bathroom. Jane zdjęła ubranie i poszła do łazienki. ticket /ˈtɪk.ɪt/ (noun) a small piece of paper or card given to someone, usually to show that they have paid for an event, journey or activity bilet: a train/bus/plane ticket bilet na pociąg/autobus/samolot single ticket (AmE one-way ticket) bilet w jedną stronę, return ticket bilet tam i z powrotem underground /ˌʌn.dəˈgraʊnd/ 1 (adverb) below ground pod ziemią: Miners work all day underground. Górnicy pracują cały dzień pod ziemią.; 2 (adjective) below the surface of the ground podziemny: an underground passage przejście podziemne; 3 (noun) AmE subway a railway system in which electric trains travel along passages below ground metro: the London Underground londyńskie metro


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