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Idiomów w bazie: 946

     
 

pay tribute to sb/sth wyrażać (komuś) swoje uznanie, oddawać hołd In 1992, a concert was held at Wembley Stadium to pay tribute to Freddie Mercury from Queen.
pins and needles mrowienie, 'mrówki' I've got pins and needles in my leg! I have to move it.
plead guilty przyznać się do winy Having seen his face on security video-tape he couldn't use his alibi any longer and finally pleaded guilty.
poke/stick your nose into sth wtykać nos w She's always poking her nose into other people's business.
pop the question oświadczyć się After seven years of dating, I finally popped the question to my girlfriend.
pretty penny niezła sumka He hit the jackpot and quite unexpectedly got pretty penny on his bank account.
promise wonders obiecywać złote góry She was very disappointed with the job. They promised wonders when they hired her but nothing came true...
pull somebody's leg nabierać, drażnić się Mary had me fooled for a while, but finally I realized she was just pulling my leg.
put in jeopardy narazić na niebiezpieczeństwo As the Ambassador didn't want to put the staff in jeopardy, they were all dismissed and sent home.
put one's foot down sprzeciwić się My boss wanted me to work on weekends but I was brave enough to put my foot down.
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