el diccionario polaco - inglés

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sufit inglés:

1. ceiling ceiling

Tom assured Mary that he'd help her paint the ceiling of her kitchen.
The cost of living has shot through the ceiling in the last year.
high ceiling
She looked at her flight of cranes hanging from the ceiling, which her brother Masahiro had hung there for her.
So that Michelangelo might paint certain figures on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, so that Shakespeare might write certain speeches and Keats his poems, it seemed to me worthwhile that countless millions should have lived and suffered and died.
Down came the ceiling and the dog went away.
Every wall of his apartment is covered from floor to ceiling with books.
I was looking up at the ceiling, not think about anything in particular.
Hard landscape materials are the walls, floors and ceilings of our outdoor rooms.
Under the ceiling in our living room hangs a beautiful chandelier.
Look at the ceiling, you see all the light bulbs
A ceiling on the number of necessary items should be established
Do you like old-fashioned country houses where the ceilings are supported by big wooden beams?
They have set a ceiling on pay rises. TL was obliged to comply with the maximum ceilings on port fees fixed by the Port Authority.
They have imposed/set a ceiling on pay rises.

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2. overhead overhead

I left my bag on the overhead rack in the train.
The helicopter is hovering overhead.
An airplane is flying overhead.
A couple of swallows are flying overhead.
It's in the overhead compartment.
The sun was blazing overhead.
This saves you bandwidth and overhead because your server can tell Googlebot that a page hasn't changed since the last time it was crawled.
a helicopter buzzed overhead
directly above you Helicopters were flying overhead.
I put my suitcase on the overhead shelf on the train
Research showed that our marketing needs overhead.
Trains rattled overhead.
A bird in hand is safer than one overhead.
The jet made a whining sound as it soared overhead.

3. Roof Roof

When Dad finds out what you've done, he's going to hit the roof.
There can be walls without a roof, but no roof without walls.
dome roof
roof terrace
The large siheyuans of these high-ranking officials and wealthy merchants often featured beautifully carved and painted roof beams and pillars and carefully landscaped gardens.
Not bad—not bad at all. This is quite a gathering of talent to have under one roof.
When the full moon falls down on the roof at night, all the farmers are woken up.
How is it that otherwise reasonable people come to believe that this same roof, that practically vanishing commodity, is freely obtainable just by packing up and going to another country?
Tomorrow I'm going to throw a watermelon off the roof of a five-story building just for the hell of it.
hip roof. gable roof. flat roof
A woman whose tongue grew out of the roof of her mouth soon found herself surrounded by overeager linguists.
I don't mind since I'm used to it, but the first guy who thought about making a hearse with a golden roof on top of it, he must have had quite bad taste.
(Personal protective equipment provides adequate safety when doing small jobs on a roof such as repairs or painting that require no more than one day and when working on the edge of the roof or in the vicinity of the gable.