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Vocabulary Lists Phrases to Express Your Fears

Phrases to Express Your Fears

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water
woda (n) fem
water
słodka woda
fresh water
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mirror
lustro (n) neut
mirror
Lustro wisi na ścianie.
The mirror is hanging on the wall.
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dog
pies (n) masc
dog
Mały, biały pies bawi się żółtą piłką w ogrodzie.
The little white dog is playing with a yellow ball in the yard.
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spider
pająk (n) masc
spider
Pająk broni się.
The spider is protecting itself.
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snake
wąż (n) masc
snake
Wąż morski pływa w pobliżu rafy koralowej.
The sea snake is swimming near the coral reef.
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needle
igła (n) fem
needle
Kiedy pacjent zobaczył rozmiar igły, zemdlał.
When the patient saw the size of the needle, he fainted.
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clock
zegar (n) masc
clock
Na zegarze jest za osiem dwunasta.
The clock reads eight minutes to twelve.
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thunder
grzmot (n) masc
thunder
dudniący grzmot
rolling thunder
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reptile
gad (n) masc
reptile
embarrassment
zakłopotanie (n) neut
embarrassment
being alone
bycie samemu
being alone
insect
insekt (n) masc
insect
being forgotten
bycie zapomnianym
being forgotten
making mistakes
robienie błędów
making mistakes
future
przyszłość (n) fem
future
height
wysokość (n) fem
height
dark
ciemność (n) fem
dark
rejection
odrzucenie (n) neut
rejection
crime
przestępstwo (n) neut
crime
flying
latanie (n) neut
flying
public speaking
mówienie publicznie
public speaking
dentist
dentysta (n) masc
dentist
ghost
duch (n) masc
ghost
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