My english 18

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bezzałogowy, bezobsługowy (w sensie samoobsługowy)
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makaron, kluski
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to initiate the action of (something); begin
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lead off
A trio of international headlines lead off our show and a new week
suggest or call attention to indirectly; hint at. (mention)
wspomnieć, napomknąć
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to continue to exist
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The meeting lasted two hours
uczony/naukowiec (scholar/scientist)
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someone who is very experienced and skilled in a particular area of activity
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an old hand
We should be able to trust Silva to negotiate a good deal for us - he's an old hand at the game
When a situation plays out, it happens and develops
rozwija się (o sytuacji, akcji)
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play out
The debate will play out in the media over the next week or two.
learn thoroughly or learn well
opanować, poznać
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Rob hopes to master Spanish before he starts a new job in Madrid.
to (cause to) lose colour, brightness, or strength gradually
znikać, blaknąć
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fade away - zanikać
The sun had faded the blue walls.
Z całą powagą
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In all seriousness
send unspoken information
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give off
niedoceniać, lekceważyć
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not to take someone seriously
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to mess with someone
Well I certainly wouldn’t want to mess with you! Judging by the messages you’re giving off.
You might say it to someone to suggest that they should learn the bad effects of doing something and not repeat it in the future
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that'll teach you
You lent some money to Dan and he didn't pay you back – that'll teach you!
to stop being involved in an activity
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pull out
Lack of funding leaves us with no choice but to pull out.
pęknięcie, rozpadlina
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This crack in the earth recently opened up on a farm in New Zealand
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to make something more certain or less likely to change
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firm sth up
Could we have a meeting so we can firm up the details of our agreement?
uspokój się!
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calm down!
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(informal) to start working hard, especially after a period of low activity
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pull/get your finger out
do it more quickly
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get a move on
drut kolczasty
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barbed wire
to connect a piece of electrical equipment to something else, or to connect the wires inside it so that it works
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wire sth up
Even people living in remote areas are now wired up to the internet.
to complete something
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round out sth
the work of a CNN Hero round out our coverage
ropa naftowa (surowa)
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crude oil
to move or climb quickly but with difficulty, often using your hands to help you:
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We scrambled up the hill.
Something that is insignificant or trivial, meaning not important, can also be described as '...'.
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small change
I've only got a cold so my health problems are small change compared with your broken leg. Eating out every night is small change to Molly – she can afford it with the huge salary she's on.
meaning to extract or drain all of someone's money
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Bleed someone dry
This divorce has bled me dry – I can't even afford to go on holiday now.
na koszt firmy
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on the house
śmieć, rupieć
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not working correctly
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on the blink
the situation is going well
jestesmy na dobrej drodze
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cooking on gas
So we're 'cooking on gas' then! I'll go and give the customer the good news.
(informal) If a machine '...', it stops operating:
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pack up
I know when a cooker has packed up
(of a machine, etc.) to be in such a bad condition that it is not useful or (of a person, team, etc.) to be doing so badly that they are certain to fail:
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have had it
I think this computer's had it. Liverpool have had it for this season.
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vote, poll
to allow someone to escape from a difficult situation or to avoid doing something that they do not want to do
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get/let sb off the hook
If something blows your mind, you find it very exciting and unusual
"powala mnie"
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blow sb mind
There was one scene in the film that really blew my mind.
to act together secretly or illegally in order to deceive or cheat someone:
zmówić sie, spiskować
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It was suspected that the police had colluded with the witnesses.

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