el diccionario polaco - inglés

język polski - English

kłopot inglés:

1. hassle


It's a hassle trying to decide what to wear to the party.
It's just a hassle with this dog.
And, yeah, there's a bit of hassle at the border bringing it in, but I think you said really not too bad.
Stop hassle her!
Did Bryce hassle you again?
My boss has been giving me a lot of hassle this week.
Don't hassle me. I had a hard day.
I don’t feel like cooking tonight, it’s too much hassle.
People began to hassle the poor doorman because he was not letting people enter the building
Buy online and forget about the hassle of crowded stores.
It's such a hassle not having a washing machine. No hassle at all!
Finding a decent place to have lunch in this neighborhood is always a hassle.
cooperation with AM is real hassle
We don't want to hassle with all that waiting in line.
It may seem like a hassle, but I think you ought to go back to the basics and start over. Haste makes waste they say.

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2. predicament


I'm not sure how we found ourselves in this predicament.
She started, as though she had thought she was completely alone in her predicament.
I'm in real predicament
(...) "the valiant way in which she was facing her predicament".
She is hoping to get a loan from the bank to help her out of her financial predicament.
1) Life is a predicament which precedes death. 2) Complaining is admitting that you aren't brave enough to change your predicament.
This is actually the predicament that we are always in in terms of our birth

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3. trouble


Don't make trouble.
It may seem like a lot of trouble to go through, but in the end, you'll be happy you did it.
They accused him of being in the classroom in order to cause trouble.
His intelligence and experience enabled him to deal with the trouble.
His novel ideas are time and again getting him into trouble with his more conservative colleagues.
Whenever you're in trouble or feeling down, I'll be there for you.
I've had a lot on my mind recently and have had trouble falling asleep at night.
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Keep a close eye on Tom and make sure he doesn't get into any trouble.
The man, who had not eaten for three days, had trouble thinking about anything except food.
If you're not prepared to take the trouble to learn how to train a dog, don't get one.
Please accept our apologies for the trouble this matter has caused you.
When I was in England, I had great difficulty trouble in speaking English.
The only trouble I've ever had was dealing with people who didn't like my personality.
Good morning. You're a bit late today, aren't you? "Yes, I ran into a bit of trouble."

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4. nuisance


It's a nuisance having to queue for everything.
I don't want to be a nuisance so tell me if you want to be alone.
They viewed her as a nuisance.
The noise was so loud that it was a nuisance to the neighbors.
Chicken pox is an itchy nuisance for kids.
It's a real nuisance, I can tell you.
They're stupid children, what a nuisance, she said. I replied praising them: "What are you saying, They're both smart, with a good memory and a promising future"
What a nuisance that child is!
Beware of 'One Ring' malicious nuisance calls!!
Just how well can masks block the, even smaller than pollen, yellow sand dust? I think it much more of a nuisance than pollen.
It's a nuisance that I've got to work tomorrow. It's Sunday after all!
Working on Saturdays is a real nuisance for me.
Sorry to be a nuisance, but could I use your phone?
That little dog is such a nuisance. It keeps running around getting under everyone's feet.
common/public nuisance

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5. quandary


When both girls told John they had feelings for him, he was in a quandary as to which girl he should be with.
Steve certainly is in a quandary: if he doesn't call Elaine, she will blame him for everything, but if he does call her, the evidence of where he currently is could cost him his job.
Kate is in a quandary
Armenia finds itself in quandary because of Russia regimes.
/ˈkwɒndəri/ (kłandżri) - We're in a quandary over which school to send her to.
There is already this quandary, you know, we know the President’s going to ask more about Afghanistan and NATO.

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6. inconvenience


Not having a telephone is an inconvenience.
Would it inconvenience you to go yourself?
Sorry for inconvenience.
If one were to use the pronoun "one" it would go a long way towards relieving the inconvenience of not having a gender-neutral pronoun in English.
It's your duty to care for your parents regardless of the inconvenience.
The management regrets any inconvenience to customers caused by the building work.
Don't you feel any inconvenience living abroad?
I can't bear the inconvenience of country life.
I don't want to put her to even a small inconvenience.
My refusing to eat meat occasioned an inconvenience, and I was frequently chided for my singularity.
Parking in the city centre can be a major inconvenience due to the narrow streets.
Only dead people never get inconvenienced by their feelings.
I shouldn’t have been late; sorry for the inconvenience I caused.
As for the failure of the water supply, we can only apologise for any inconvenience it may have caused.
The strike will cause considerable public inconvenience.