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30.05.2021

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fillip - bodziec, zachęta [something that causes a sudden improvement]
/ˈfɪl.ɪp/
The news gave the stock market a big fillip.
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seamy - nieprzyjemny, cieszący się złą sławą [(of a situation) unpleasant because of a connection with dishonest behavior, violence, and illegal sex]
/ˈsiː.mi/
The film vividly portrays the seamy side of life in London in the early 1970s.
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astride - okrakiem
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Talie fiszek anki ze słówkami z poprzednich tygodni (7 * 10 = 70 słówek w każdej paczce)

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Dla każdego słowa generowane są 3 fiszki: PL->EN, EN->PL, uzupełnianie luki w zdaniu (w każdym typie fiszek wyświetlają się też odpowiednie dodatkowe informacje jak zapis fonetyczny, wyjaśnienie słownikowe, jaka to część mowy (verb, noun itp.) itp.). Każdy typ fiszki wymaga
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29.05.2021

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to chortle - rechotać [to laugh, showing pleasure and satisfaction]
/ˈtʃɔːr.t̬əl/
She chortled with glee at the news.
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painstaking - staranny, skrupulatny [extremely careful and correct, and involving a lot of effort]
/ˈpeɪnzˌteɪ.kɪŋ/
It took months of painstaking research to write the book.
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to slink - wymykać się [to walk or leave quietly, esp. because you do not want to be
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28.05.2021

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to trounce - sprać [informal; to defeat a competitor by a large amount]
/traʊns/
France trounced Germany by five goals to one in the qualifying match.
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forefather - przodek [literary; someone's relative who lived a long time ago]
/ˈfɔːrˌfɑː.ðɚ/
Our forefathers fought for equal justice under the law.
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to recant - wyrzekać się, wypierać się [formal
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27.05.2021

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burdensome - uciążliwy [formal; causing worry, difficulty, or hard work]
/ˈbɝː.dən.səm/
The new regulations will be burdensome for small businesses.
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to stipulate - zastrzegać [formal; to say exactly how something must be or must be done]
/ˈstɪp.jə.leɪt/
The law stipulates that new cars must have seat belts for the driver and every passenger.
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scrawny - kościsty [unpleasantly
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26.05.2021

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to loll - zwisać, rozwalać się [to lie, sit, or hang down in a relaxed, informal, or uncontrolled way]
/lɑːl/
The patient lay with her mouth open, her tongue lolling out.
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intimation - oznaka, powiadomienie [formal; the action of making clear what you think or want without saying it directly, or something that makes something clear in this way]
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25.05.2021

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to moribund - chylący się ku upadkowi, konający [literary or formal; (especially of an organization or business) not active or successful]
/ˈmɔːr.ɪ.bʌnd/
How can the department be revived from its present moribund state?
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supplication - prośba, błaganie [formal; the act of asking a god or someone who is in a position of power for something in a humble
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24.05.2021

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infallibility - nieomylność [the fact of never being wrong, failing, or making a mistake]
/ɪnˌfæl.əˈbɪl.ə.t̬i/
His stubborn belief in his own infallibility kept him from listening to others.
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obeisance - posłuszność, hołd [formal; the fact of obeying or respecting someone, or something you do that expresses this]
/oʊˈbeɪ.səns/
The general commands absolute obeisance.
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wafer - wafel [a very thin,
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23.05.2021

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efficacious - efektywny, skuteczny [formal; (of things, not of people) producing the result that was wanted or intended]
/ˌef.əˈkeɪ.ʃəs/
They hope the new drug will prove especially efficacious in the relief of pain.
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to twiddle - kręcić czymś, bawić się [to move something repeatedly between your fingers, especially without any purpose]
/ˈtwɪd.əl/
She was twiddling the ring on her finger.
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22.05.2021

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to demean - poniżać, znieważać [to cause someone to become less respected]
/dɪˈmiːn/
I wouldn't demean myself by asking for charity.
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infringement - naruszenie [an action that breaks a rule, law, etc.]
/ɪnˈfrɪndʒ.mənt/
Even minor infringements of the law will be severely punished.
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ladle - chochla [a very big spoon with a long handle and a deep cup-shaped part, used especially
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21.05.2021

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to quibble - spierać się [(disapproving) to argue about, or say you disapprove of, something that is not important]
/ˈkwɪb.əl/
There's no point quibbling over a couple of dollars.
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to blurt - wypaplać, wygadać się [to say something suddenly and without thinking carefully enough]
/blɝːt/
He blurted everything out about the baby, though we'd agreed to keep it a secret
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20.05.2021

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weal - pręga na ciele [a raised mark on the skin caused by being hit or injured in some other way]
/wiːl/
His back was covered in weals and bruises.
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extant - pozostały, ocalały [formal; used to refer to something very old that is still existing]
/ˈek.stənt/
We have some extant parish records from the 16th century.
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to subvert
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19.05.2021

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pliant - giętki [able to bend easily without breaking; being able and willing to accept change or new ideas]
/ˈplaɪ.ənt/
These toys are made of pliant rubber, so they won't break. The management has adopted a more pliant position, and has agreed to listen to the staff's requests.
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dispirited - przygnębiony, zniechęcony [not feeling much hope about a particular situation or problem]
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18.05.2021

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to congest - zapchać, przeciążyć [to make something blocked or crowded in a way that causes difficulties, or to become blocked or crowded]
/kənˈdʒest/
There is no need for us to congest the city with traffic.
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friable - kruchy [easily broken into small pieces]
/ˈfraɪ.ə.bəl/
The unprotected chalk is friable and crumbly.
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denizen - mieszkaniec [literary; an animal, plant,
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17.05.2021

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to vilify - oczerniać [formal; to say or write unpleasant things about someone or something, in order to cause other people to have a bad opinion of them]
/ˈvɪl.ə.faɪ/
He was vilified by the press as a monster.
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to waft - wionąć, unosić się w powietrzu [literary; to (cause to) move gently through the air]
/wɑːft/
A gentle
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16.05.2021

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colloquy - konwersacja [formal; a formal conversation]
/ˈkɑː.lə.kwi/
In the cave the saint held his famous colloquy with the devil, in which Satan was worsted and contemptuously dismissed.
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incontrovertible - niezaprzeczalny, bezsporny [formal; impossible to doubt because of being obviously true]
/ɪnˌkɑːn.trəˈvɝː.t̬ə.bəl/
Her logic is utterly incontrovertible.
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to flail - wymachiwać [(especially of arms and legs) to
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15.05.2021

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prolix - rozwlekły [formal disapproving; using too many words and therefore boring or difficult to read or listen to]
/ˈproʊ.lɪks/
The author's prolix style has done nothing to encourage sales of the book.
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to decry - potępiać [formal; to criticize something as bad, without value, or unnecessary]
/dɪˈkraɪ/
Lawyers decried the imprisonment of several journalists.
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conifer -
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14.05.2021

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blotch - plama, krosta [a mark that is not regular in shape, for example on a person's skin]
/blɑːtʃ/
Her face was covered in purple blotches.
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pigpen - chlew [an enclosed area where pigs are kept]
/ˈpɪɡ.pen/
Your bedroom is a pigpen!
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pane - szyba [a flat piece of glass, used in a window or door]
/peɪn/
It's a huge window
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13.05.2021

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abasement - upokorzenie, poniżenie [the act of making someone seem less important or less deserving of respect]
/əˈbeɪs.mənt/
Slaves were subject to a life of degradation and abasement.
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to totter - chwiać się, zataczać się [to walk with difficulty in a way that looks as if you are about to fall]
/ˈtɑː.t̬ɚ/
She tottered unsteadily down the stairs in her high-heeled shoes.
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12.05.2021

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to juxtapose - zestawiać ze sobą [to put things that are not similar next to each other]
/ˌdʒʌk.stəˈpoʊz/
The exhibition juxtaposes Picasso's early drawings with some of his later works.
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laborious - żmudny, pracochłonny [taking a lot of time and effort]
/ləˈbɔːr.i.əs/
Checking all the information will be slow and laborious.
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cassock - sutanna [a long, loose, usually black piece of
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11.05.2021

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to espouse - opowiadać się za, wyznawać [formal; to become involved with or support an activity or opinion]
/esˈpaʊz/
They espoused the notion of equal opportunity for all in education.
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prophylactic - profilaktyczny [preventing disease]
/ˌprɑː.fɪˈlæk.tɪk/
Some dentists are convinced that the addition of fluoride in water is ineffective as a prophylactic treatment.
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self-assured - pewny siebie [approving
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10.05.2021

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to vitiate - wypaczać, osłabiać [formal; to destroy or damage something]
/ˈvɪʃ.i.eɪt/
He said that American military power should never again be vitiated by political concerns.
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hidebound - ograniczony, zacofany [having fixed opinions and ways of doing things and not willing to change or be influenced, especially by new or modern ideas]
/ˈhaɪd.baʊnd/
She wanted a life that was less
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09.05.2021

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to suppurate - ropieć [(of an injury, etc.) to form or give out a thick, yellow liquid because of infection]
/ˈsʌp.jə.reɪt/
Suppurating wounds are also a potential source of environmental contamination with infectious bacilli.
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thereupon - po czym, zaraz, bezzwłocznie [formal; immediately after the situation mentioned; as a direct result of the situation mentioned]
/ˌðer.əˈpɑːn/
The audience thereupon rose cheering
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