słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

często po angielsku:

1. often


I often hiccup.
A new study suggests that hospital records for patients older than 65 are often incorrect, which may lead to serious treatment errors.
The people who come on the Maury Povich show often make pretentious claims about their lovers cheating on them.
You often need to spend more time doing something than you anticipated.
What we say and what we mean are often quite different.
Expensive things often prove more economical in the long run.
Spenser's sarcastic and joking remarks are often misinterpreted as signs of ambivalence and often taken too seriously.
Though he lives within a stone's throw of the school, he is often late.
I feel so bad for the baritone saxes, who often have 200 measures of nothing but whole notes.
I hear that even taxi drivers often get lost in Tokyo.
The Japanese are often criticized for being inward looking and insufficiently international in their outlook.
A building with high ceilings and huge rooms may be less practical than the colorless block of offices that takes its place, but it often fits in well with its surroundings.
I often told you to do your duty, but you would not listen to me.
People often lie about what they did on the weekend, so their friends won't realize how boring they really are.
A person who is only a pawn in the game often talks big in company.

Angielskie słowo "często" (often) występuje w zestawach:

Welcome 3 powtórka unit 4, 5, 6 Progress
miesiące, dni tygodnia i inne takie
"move" intermediate, module 1, unit 1 - "my life"
Mój przeciętny dzień (słownictwo B)
Enterprise 1 - Companion - Unit 5

2. oft


A woman's mind and winter wind change oft.

Angielskie słowo "często" (oft) występuje w zestawach:

Fiszki z książki - "Poems" (John Clare)
Fiszki z książki - "Poems" (Samuel Rogers)
Fiszki z książki - "Poems" (Matilda Betham)
Fiszki z książki - "Carry On!" (Virna Sheard)
Fiszki z książki - "Cathay" (Ezra Pound Rihaku)

3. frequently


Earthquakes frequently hit Japan.
If you frequently spit-up blood you should call an ambulance or have a nearby physician make a house call.
The fact that television frequently limits communication within families is already well known.
The word 'excessive competition' is frequently used in Japanese industry, but there is not a precise definition of the practice.
Also, increased temperatures may require that lubricants be changed frequently.
When children are ordered to do a certain thing by such adult standards, they frequently refuse to follow the instructions for no other reason than that they have been told to do so.
My refusing to eat meat occasioned an inconvenience, and I was frequently chided for my singularity.
They move from place to place, often change jobs, divorce more frequently, and take economic and social risks which seem dangerous.
Reason is the greatest enemy that faith has: it never comes to the aid of spiritual things, but--more frequently than not --struggles against the divine Word, treating with contempt all that emanates from God.
I wish I had gone to the dentist more frequently. Now I have gum problems.
Frequently clear and balmy weather deteriorates and it soon rains cats and dogs.
We rarely hear, it has been said, of the combinations of masters, though frequently of those of the workman. But whoever imagines, upon this account, that masters rarely combine, is as ignorant of the world as of the subject.
Inventors and geniuses have almost always been looked on as no better than fools at the beginning of their career, and very frequently at the end of it also.
When you go shopping every day, this is an example of a situation where you go shopping frequently.
Australian saltwater crocodiles can grow up to 23 feet long and frequently kill people.

Angielskie słowo "często" (frequently) występuje w zestawach:

New English File - słówka z 1A, 1B
Iwka 26th April 2016 (1 hour)
Moje notatki

4. frequent


Japan has frequent earthquakes.
He interrupted the speaker with frequent questions.
There is no other country in the world where earthquakes are as frequent as in Japan.
The teacher was worried by Tom's frequent absences from class.
frequent meetings
There are good grounds for the view that Paris was the scene of frequent riots even before the revolution of 1789.
His travels were wide and frequent.
My boss called me down for frequent absence from work.
I came into frequent contact with foreign students.
During the imprisonment of Sir Thomas a frequent intercourse of letters passed between him and this beloved daughter and when deprived of pen and ink he contrived to write to her with a coal.
The snow-capped mountains of Tahoe see frequent tourism.
High fever is a frequent accompaniment of influenza.
There are frequent instances of malicious door-to-door selling, such as pushing water purifiers on people after carrying out water quality tests without permission.
Users will also be able to create a list of frequent approvers in the My Setup feature.
All persons shall have full and free liberty of religious opinion; nor shall any be compelled to frequent or maintain any religious institution.

Angielskie słowo "często" (frequent) występuje w zestawach:

KULTUROZNASTWO - THE GEOGRAPHY
cz 1 angielski zawodowy
All Duolingo
Angielski v-2

5. commonly


What are some foods commonly eaten in America?
Society is commonly too poor.
It is commonly believed that Chinese is a difficult language.
Elbow injuries are commonly found among tennis players.
Supplementary guidance concerning commonly used species is presented in specific sections.
Hutongs are a type of narrow street, most commonly associated with Beijing, China.
Celebrating Spring Festival is commonly referred to as 'passing the year'.
Women commonly live longer than men.
The launching of artificial earth satellites is commonly looked upon as an exploration of space.
The superior gratification derived from the use and contemplation of costly and supposedly beautiful products is, commonly, in great measure a gratification of our sense of costliness masquerading under the name of beauty.
It is impossible to escape the impression that people commonly use false standards of measurement — that they seek power, success and wealth for themselves and admire them in others, and that they underestimate what is of true value in life.