bicycle /ˈbaɪ.sɪ.k l ̩ / (noun) a two-wheeled vehicle that you sit on and move by turning the two pedals (= flat parts you press with your feet) rower: I go to work by bicycle. folding bicycle rower składak to ride a bicycle
jeździć na rowerze book /bʊk / (noun, verb) 1 a set of pages that have been fastened together inside a cover to be read or written in książka: I took a book with me to read on the train. bookseller księgarz; 2 to arrange to have a seat, room, performer, etc. at a particular time in the future zarezerwować: She'd booked a table for four at their
favourite restaurant. fly /flaɪ/ (verb, noun) 1 to travel by aircraft, or to go somewhere or cross something in an aircraft latać: She has to fly thousands of miles every year for her job.; 2 When a bird, insect or aircraft flies, it moves through the air latać: The poor bird couldn't fly because it had a broken wing.; 3 a small insect with two wings mucha: fly weight waga musza; 4 the opening at the front of a pair of trousers rozporek: Hey Chris, your fly's undone! invention /ɪnˈvent .ʃən/ (noun) something which has never been made before, or the process of creating something which has never been made before wynalazek: law on inventions prawo wynalazcze The world
changed rapidly after the invention of the telephone. mugger /ˈmʌg.ər/ (noun) a person who attacks people in order to steal their money rabuś, opryszek, bandzior, zbir: Fearing for his life, he begged the muggers for mercy. open minded /ˌəʊ.pənˈmaɪn.dɪd/ (adjective) willing to consider ideas and opinions that are new or different to your own posiadający otwarty umysł, posiadający szerokie horyzonty: Doctors these days tend to be more
open-minded about alternative medicine. sophisticated /səˈfɪs.tɪ.k eɪ.tɪd/ 1 clever in a complicated way and therefore able to do complicated tasks wyrafinowany, wyszukany: sophisticated manners wyrafinowane maniery sophisticated taste wyrafinowany gust; 2 advanced zaawansowany: sophisticated weapons zaawansowana broń sophisticated techniques
zaawansowane techniki steal /stiːl/ (verb) to take something without the permission or knowledge of the owner and keep it kraść, ukraść:
She admitted stealing the money from her employers.
tissue /ˈtɪʃ.uː/ (noun) 1 a group of connected cells in an animal or plant that are similar to each other, have the same purpose and form the stated part of the animal or plant tkanka: human tissue tkanka ludzka plant tissue tkanka roślinna His face is covered with scar tissue where he was badly burned.; 2 soft paper which is used for cleaning, especially your nose, and is thrown away after use, or a small rectangular piece of this chusteczka: I always keep a box of tissues in the car. crepe tissue paper bibułka marszczona water /ˈwɔː.tər/ (noun, verb) 1 a clear liquid, without colour or taste, which falls from the sky as rain and is necessary for animal and plant life woda: high/low water przypływ/odpływ drinking water woda zdatna do picia; 2 to pour water on to plants or the soil that they are growing in podlewać: I've asked my neighbour to
water the plants while I'm away.
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