Miracles do exist, but we just don't notice them in the flow of events.
the wine flowed freely
Whatever is well conceived is clearly said, the words to say it flow with ease.
It is difficult to actually stand up against the flow.
Noise is produced by the sudden flow of current into a solenoid.
The flow of evacuation events from occurrence of a large earthquake to the conclusion of emergency counter measures.
Quickly stop the flow of milk, leave to stand for approximately 30 minutes for the milk to solidify.
TEPCO is unable to stop the flow of dirty water contaminated with highly radioactive material.
Foreign trade consists of a two-way flow of commodities-export and import.
Life flows like a river.
1. The rivers continue to flow without us. / 2. Time seems to flow equally for everyone, yet with concentration, a fleeting moment can stretch into eternity. / 3. Whatever the tube diameter the flow is the same.
Take a mask in your hand and pull it out to start the flow of oxygen.
River Wisła have many other flow
"I would like to know how long he expects it to be before the money can start to flow again. "
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we set sails
Can you see a sail on the horizon?
Was he quick with the sail?
Sail along the coast.
The only reason why Ferdinand Magellan could claim to be the first man to sail across all of the world's meridians was because Christopher Columbus had chosen to swim.
I love to sail forbidden seas, and land on barbarous coasts.
He taught them how to sail ships.
To reach the port of heaven, we must sail sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it— but we must sail, and not drift, nor lie at anchor.
The Daito-maru is scheduled to sail at 4:00.
Yesterdays storm damaged the sail.
During the day we used to paddle a canoe, sail or go on hikes in the countryside.
That new sail is huge!
Hoist your sail when the wind is fair.
Last July we sailed from Malta to Cairo in a big yach
The sun finally sailed behind the clouds and didnt reappear.
Inglés palabrapłynąć"(sail) ocurre en conjuntos:słowa poznane z tatąPodróże morskiePodróżowanie 1
He can't even float let alone swim.
Hold the float.
A dog was rescued from an iceberg floating 18 miles from land in the Baltic Sea
I saw - or thought I saw - something white and shapeless float through the trees.
Yea, would to God, I were among the roses, That lean to kiss you as you float between While on the lowest branch a bud uncloses A bud uncloses, to touch you, my queen.
The Kawagoe festival float has the shape of what's called a hoko float. It has three, or four, wheels attached.
If you float a one yen coin on water and move a magnet slowly towards it then the coin will approach the magnet.
If plants and stones are in the water then this will happen: the plants float and the rocks sink.
I like floating on my back in the pool. A balloon floated across the sky.
Tasks on a critical path have no float.
Drop pierogi into boiling water. Cook gently 3-5 minutes, or until they float.
That wood is very light. It won’t sink in the water; it will float.
Definition if you are floating, you are lying on water without sinking
Everybody in our club helped to decorate our float for the festival with paper flowers.
Will’s mother had given us eighty pounds as a ‘float’.
Inglés palabrapłynąć"(float) ocurre en conjuntos:Gramatyka dla zaawansowanych
Try and swim!
He found it difficult to swim to the island.
No matter how hard I try, I can't swim to that rock.
He can't swim at all, but when it comes to skiing, he is the best.
The situation has come to the point where we either sink or swim.
In order to swim, you have to learn to tread water first.
Some babies learn to swim even before they are one year old.
It was not until last summer that my oldest son learned to swim.
He could swim fast enough to pass the test.
Neither Mary nor John can swim.
When I have finished my homework, I'll go for a swim.
I felt refreshed after a swim in the pool.
A nice day, isn't it? How about going for a swim?
Tom can't swim at all. On the other hand, he is a good baseball player.
With the water so cold, we decided not to swim.
Inglés palabrapłynąć"(swim) ocurre en conjuntos:past perfectNIEREGULARNE 2