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idiom
wyrażenie lub zwrot językowy, którego nie można rozumieć dosłownie
ani dosłownie przetłumaczyć na inny język, np. biały kruk, rzucić okiem.

Idiomów w bazie: 946

     
 

dead easy dziecinnie proste Listen! Reported Speech is dead easy - I can explain it to you if you want...
dead on time punktualnie I can't be late - Jack always arrives dead on time!
dead-end relationship związek bez przyszłości Mary is not happy with her marriage - actually, it is a dead-end relationship.
dog tired bardzo zmęczony He's been working all day and night; he must be dog tired.
donkey's years całe wieki Mary's been working in my company for donkey's years and I won't sack her now.
drop someone a line napisać list, wyskrobać parę słów I haven’t written to my parents for a long time. I’d better drop them a line today or tomorrow.
do a bang-up job odwalić kawał dobrej roboty Have you seen Frank’s home page? He did a bang-up job with it.
ditch class iść na wagary You shouldn’t have ditched class yesterday. We had an unannounced test.
drag one’s feet guzdrać się, zwlekać Joe should have finished his project a week ago. Why is he dragging his feet?
don't have a cow! nie denerwuj się!, spoko! I'm coming. I'm coming. Don't have a cow!
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