słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

szalik po angielsku:

1. scarf scarf

I've forgotten my scarf.
Put on your scarf, because it's cold outside.
My daughter has knitted this beautiful scarf especially for me.
I would like to buy a present for my wife. I thought about a scarf.
I made my orange scarf and white smock very bright, so people would notice them right away.
I bought a tie for Dan and I'll buy a scarf for Elena.
When Tom told Chris he didn't like her scarf, she got rid of it.
The label on my scarf says, "Wash and iron inside out." I wonder how I'm supposed to do that.
Beth accused her sister, Sally, of tearing her scarf.
... to play with, the scarf, rope, sargassum, and also...
Somebody scarfed my wallet.
Wait a second. I'm gonna scarf something and we'll go.
Tom wanted to buy Mary a new scarf
You must tie your scarf
Sally admitted that she borrowed the scarf but said she was not guilty.

Angielskie słowo "szalik" (scarf) występuje w zestawach:

Unit 1 - części garderoby i biżuteria
wygląd ubrania uczucia i emocje cechy charakteru
Spese – lessico italiano; Zakupy – słownictwo włoskie
Lekcja 35 – Ubrania, sklep odzieżowy
Dane osobowe, ubrania i dodatki, materiały

2. muffler muffler

It sounds like you need a new muffler.
I'm a beginner, so I think I'll start from a 'garter stitch' muffler or a 'knit-one-purl-one stitch' one.

Angielskie słowo "szalik" (muffler) występuje w zestawach:

pogoda, warzywka i owocki
Proffesor Henry - wszystkie