vārdnīca poļu - angļu

język polski - English

ciasny angļu valodā:

1. illiberal illiberal



Angļu vārds "ciasny"(illiberal) notiek komplektos:

Fiszki z książki - "Essays" (David Hume)
Fiszki z książki - "Argentina" (W. A. Hirst)
Fiszki z książki - "George Brown" (John Lewis)
Fiszki z książki - "Thomas Moore" (Stephen Gwynn)
Fiszki z książki - "A Crooked Mile" (Oliver Onions)

2. cramped cramped


The tent was really cramped - we were squashed like sardines.
This room is cramped.
I want to move out of this cramped room as soon as I can.
My leg cramped up as I ran down the stairs to catch a train, and I had to sit down right there in the middle of the stairway.
A little cramped, but we'll make do.
There are a lot of tables for the size of the restaurant; so we felt a bit cramped.
Student flats can be quite cramped if there are a few students living together in one room.
There are a dozen of them living in a two-bedroom flat, so you can imagine how cramped the place is.
The troops slept in cramped conditions with up to 20 in a single room.
it was cramped on the train
It is a bit cramped in here, why don’t you move to a bigger flat?
a cramped ​room/​house / We have six ​desks in this ​room, so we're a little cramped (for ​space).
We had to move to a bigger house when the baby was born, as our flat was too cramped.
He lived for six months in a cold, cramped attic room.
Don`t put that big table into your kitchen, there will be too cramped.

Angļu vārds "ciasny"(cramped) notiek komplektos:

speaking skills 1- house, holidays,
Unit 2: Outside the house & Adjectives
repetytorium maturalne Longman DOM cz. 2 (R)
fajne powiedzonka i określenia - Dom
Describing houses / Opis domu

3. tight


Sit tight.
A lot of companies are going under lately because banks are so tight with their money.
Hold on tight, otherwise you will fall off.
Bodybuilding is his hobby so he has a very firm tight body with lots of muscle definition.
Insurance companies everywhere are facing hard times and have become even more tight fisted about payouts.
I fastened the box tight with a rope so that it wouldn't break up.
Monetary policy in United States has been characterized by tight credit over the months.
What're you doing? "The household books. Our finances are pretty tight so we have to do things properly."
A tight belt will interfere with circulation of the blood.
Kim is so tight, if you stuck a lump of coal up her ass, in two weeks you'd have a diamond!
Even though Mr Smith was very wealthy, he was a tight wad.
There are going to be 100 people at the meeting. It will be a tight fit.
1) If sth is tight is secure and not easily moved, tense, firm, or that it fits too closely 2) something difficult to deal with’ and ‘that allows little time or space in between things.’// 3) figurative, slang (stingy, miserly) tacaño
A skin site with minimal wrinkling and not covered by tight clothing is recommended.
A sick soul that holds on tight to anger and hate will never heal until it lets go of those demons.

Angļu vārds "ciasny"(tight) notiek komplektos:

odpowiedz przymiotniki czlowiek ubrania
Longman Zakupy i usługi, Podróżowanie i turystyka
część 1 angielski do polski
Kupować ubrania (Unit 12/VIII)
Zosia W 19.02.2020r.

4. poky


I know this poky I've been there.
a poky flat
They live in a poky little flat

Angļu vārds "ciasny"(poky) notiek komplektos:

słówka Zadie Smith NW

5. narrow


What narrow stairs!
My what a narrow waist! Her face is small, she really looks just like a doll!
You are in a narrow rocky shaft. There is some light shining from far above. Below you is the cave you started in. What do you do now?
We sped into the narrow track, hardly dropping any speed. "It's a short cut!" "Oi! It's a footpath!!"
It is with narrow-souled people as with narrow necked bottles: the less they have in them, the more noise they make in pouring it out.
Why do physicists converge? Because they're monotonous and narrow.
Hutongs are a type of narrow street, most commonly associated with Beijing, China.
He who walks the straight and narrow path must resist temptations of all sorts.
Microfibre cloth is cloth woven from fibres as narrow as a hundredth of the width of a hair.
The tropical rainforests, located in a narrow region near the equator, are disappearing so fast that by the year 2000 eighty percent of them may be gone.
Businesses perceive as competitors a narrow range of the business world; there are many cases where they don't understand their real rivals.
We will be able to narrow this gap and, reduce some of the social problems. that come from this economic inequality.
What we cannot agree to, however, is a narrow understanding of this whole problem.!
I narrowed my eyes when I heard his words.
There's such a narrow margin between giving an acceptable tip and a generous one.

Angļu vārds "ciasny"(narrow) notiek komplektos:

Kurs Angielskiego 1-573

6. crowded


On crowded buses young people should give their seats to old people.
Seaside resorts, such as Newport, are very crowded in summer.
The people crowded round the injured man, but they made way for the doctor when he reached the scene of the accident.
I was walking along the crowded street when all at once I heard a shrill cry.
crowded beach
Before now, when you thought of a city, you thought of crowded streets, parking problems, traffic jams, queues, noise and fumes.
It's not crowded at all today. This is the least crowded time of all.
For many years I thought that it was beauty alone that gave significance to life and that the only purpose that could be assigned to the generations that succeed one another on the face of this crowded earth was to produce an artist now and then.
That place is always crowded, but I reserved a table today, so we don't have to worry.
However, many people get nervous when the shops are crowded or when thye have to stand in long queues.
Embassy asked its citizens to be careful in “crowded public areas and popular tourist destinations.”
As the centuries went by and England became more crowded, the people found their food supply a great problem.
When the plane eventually landed in London, I found myself at a noisy and crowded airport.
I don't like going to town on Saturdays – it's too crowded.
The Waterfront's success could mean that other cities soon follow, creating areas that offer people a new kind of city living, with all the benefits and none of the stress, noise and pollution of crowded centres.

Angļu vārds "ciasny"(crowded) notiek komplektos:

dom i rodzina