|LC Classifications||PE1271 .K23 1978|
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Glossary of Legal (and Related) Terms, and Courthouse Signs – English / Polish Revised 02/, CN – English/Polish page 3 of Ostatnia modyfikacja 02/, CN –English/Polish strona 3 z bankruptcy discharge. uchylenie upadłościFile Size: KB. "This dictionary does not show the genitive singular next to any Polish words or whether a Polish verb is perfective or imperfective. So although it's great for Polish learners of English and fine as a quick help with general communication points it will not help anyone wanting to check their Polish grammar. To constitute, to compose, to make up. To mould or model by instruction or discipline. To provide (a hare) with a form. To treat (plates) to prepare them for introduction into a storage battery, causing one plate to be composed more or less of spongy lead, and the other of lead peroxide. There are two classes of verbs in Polish - perfective verbs to talk about actions that are completed or will be completed, and imperfective verbs for actions that are taking place in some moment (no indication of completion). Very often they form pairs. Perfective verbs don't have a present tense - if something is already done you must use the past tense and if it's not - the future tense.
book verb translate: zarezerwować, ukarać, spisać, ukarać (żółtą kartką). Learn more in the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary. Infinitive — The uninflected form of a verb. In English, this is usually formed with the verb stem preceded by 'to'. Infinitive mood — The infinitive of a verb is its basic form with or without the particle to. Inflection — A change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical l: Contents • Introduction. from English Grammar Today. Verbs are one of the four major word classes, along with nouns, adjectives and adverbs. A verb refers to an action, event or state. Examples of the three basic forms. When you look up a verb in the dictionary, you will often find the three forms listed together, especially for irregular verbs. Here are some examples (regular verbs are printed in blue; irregular verbs are printed in black).
Definition and synonyms of book from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education. This is the British English definition of American English definition of book. Change your default dictionary to American English. View the pronunciation for book. English-Polish dictionary. Look up a Polish term in the dictionary by entering your query in the search field. You can search in Polish or translate from English to Polish. You can also search other online dictionaries apart from the English-Polish dictionary by using the drop-down menu. 1 [transitive, intransitive] to make something smooth and shiny by rubbing it polish (something) Polish shoes regularly to protect the leather. The gemstones are cut and polished by master craftsmen. polish something (up) (with something) He polished his glasses with a handkerchief. Book early to avoid disappointment. book something She booked a flight to Chicago. He booked tickets for his trip to New York. Most customers now book their holidays online. The performance is booked up (= there are no more tickets available). I'm sorry—we're fully booked. (British English) I'd like to book a table for two for 8 o'clock tonight.