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1. create create


it creates atmosphere
You see, humans don't create time; if we did we'd never run out of it.
Our eyes, our ears, our sense of smell, our taste create as many truths as there are men on earth.
Our company is going to be left behind too if we don't create an environment in which we can get instant Internet access.
Can a being create the fifty billion galaxies, each with one hundred billion stars, then rejoice in the smell of burning goat flesh?
From the menu-bar's "Reply" select "create follow-up message". The message you reply to is quoted.
U.S. researchers assembled carbon nanotubes to create the world's blackest substance, able to absorb over 99 percent of light that hits it.
If you create sentences in Turkish and Estonian on Tatoeba, there's a large chance that you're boracasli.
Most developers hate debugging; it's more fun to create bugs than to correct them.
The launch of the new line of computers may create a great demand in the future.
Be not afraid of life. Believe that life is worth living, and your belief will help create the fact.
Could an almighty god create a stone that he would not be able to subsequently lift?
In 2006, the International Astronomical Union decided to create a new category for solar system objects called "dwarf planets", and Pluto was reclassified as a dwarf planet.
The heavens do not create men that are more than men, nor do they create men that are less than men.

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czynności i obowiązki związane z zawodem
Słówka Longman Repetytorium pp str. 152
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2. build up


Animals build up groups.
It took him nearly 20 years to build up such a big collection of clockwork trains.
But I think that we can learn from the others and further build up our system.!

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Zwroty i frazy - lekcja 2 dla średniozaawansowanych
Check your vocabulary for Toeic: changes 1
Chemical elements in the human body
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market leader - lekcja 8 - 2

3. form


forma sztuki
I doubt if a single individual could be found from the whole of mankind free from some form of insanity. The only difference is one of degree.
The JMdict/EDICT project has as its goal the production of a freely available Japanese-English Dictionary in machine-readable form.
The twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac come from eleven kinds of animals originating in nature, namely the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, horse, snake, monkey, rooster, dog and pig, as well as the legendary form of the dragon, and are used as a calendar.
Boeing's safety experts have joined others in the industry to form an international task force to try to eliminate one particular kind of air crash known as controlled flight into terrain, CFIT.
Businesses often have a list of 5-10 'mission statements' featured in their brochures, on their websites or hanging in their office detailing the values they hold as a form of communication to their employees, their clients and the public.
Iaido is a form of swordsmanship in which one strikes down an attacking opponent with one blow of the sword quickly drawn out of its sheath, whether the practitioner is sitting or walking.
It is not known when the Hinamatsuri first started, but the Nagashibina, in its most primitive form, was already being celebrated during the Heian period.
They formed a new party before the election. (Oni założyli nową partię przed wyborami.) I formed a band with my friends. (Stworzyłem zespół z moimi przyjaciółmi.)
A qipao in the traditional style is made entirely by hand and requires labour-intensive manual tailoring techniques to enhance and exhibit every unique female form.

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ANGIELSKI justyna zeszyt - fiszki part 1
The restless Earth (niespokojna ziemia)
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4. make up


Some emploees make up excuses when they arrive late for work.
Do you ever make up excuses to avoid doing things you don't want to do?
i can't make up with her
Later I wished I had written to him to make up
Canadians make up only 40% of the class, the other students are from other countries.
make up
When we have an argument we always make up quickly.
I hope we'll make up after this argument.
She is good at making up stories./ Let's make up and not quarrel!/ Make up your mind!/ I will have to bring her a bar of chocolate to make up for my silly joke.
Elements of design include the various aspects that make up spaces and materials.
Children under the age of 15 make up nearly half of the country's population.
become friends again after a quarrel/I think you should make up.
Teachers hate when kids make up excuses.
If you were going to the cinema with a friend and he discovered that he hadn't enough money with him, would you be willing to make up the difference for him?
Women make up two-fifths of the British labour force.

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5. establish


establish a branch
In sharp contrast to the communication style of men, which seeks to establish dominance, women's communicating is more equal.
/set up/ the british established a rich trade with portugal
We should gradually establish with Russia a continuous dialogue covering all the aspects of conflict resolution,
She established a system of tracking expenses more accurately.
Our first step must be to establish priorities for the weeks ahead.
For your information, the marketing subcommittee is scheduling a phone conference to establish objectives and directions for 1998.
In order to allow the employee to celebrate such holidays, the employer, at his request, shall establish an individual schedule of working hours for him.
An example of establish is when you start a business.
Some Members have voiced the idea of establishing 'illegal immigrant quotas'.
There is a strong need to establish effective communication links between staff, parents, pupils, and external bodies.
When the college was established in 1546, it inherited a hall from each of three antecedent institutions.
Mrs President is responsible for establish law.
Why is it so difficult to establish that the nervous cell is the basic unit for the nervous tissue?

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słówka do matury 30.09
ANGIELSKI NA WTOREK CZ. 1
3 rok test 1

6. found


It wasn't found.
We all searched high and low for the missing documents, but they were never found.
The students found the final examination to be a breeze.
Arriving at the station, I found the train had already left.
I thought we had eaten everything in the house, but I found another box of crackers.
The inland taipan, a snake found in Australia, is the most venomous snake in the world.
Allied military leaders found a way to defeat the Japanese plan.
When I visited my hometown this summer, I found the city different from what it had been ten years ago.
Where is the nearest lost and found?
We found out that the house is infested with garter snakes. They're everywhere.
The industrialist found a wealthy financier to help him weather the storm which was inevitable.
I've heard research has found that men are bigger liars than women.
I found out that Tom now has three citations for drunken driving.
I found out that the woman I thought was a nurse was actually a doctor.
Have you ever found a four-leaf clover?

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Moja pierwsza lekcja
od aim do gang

7. from


Greetings from Poland.
The changes resulting from the women's movement have affected both women and men.
The goods ordered from England last month have not arrived yet.
I regret that a previous engagement prevents me from accepting your kind invitation.
From time to time, he goes to Tokyo on business.
Tom checked out a few books from the school library a few days ago.
The Balkan Mountain range runs across Bulgaria from west to east.
Each time I see Mary, I learn something new and important from her.
Could you please tell me again what school you graduated from?
The year after I graduated from college, I was finally able to find a job.
Tom managed to escape from the room where his kidnappers had kept him locked up.
It's still too hard to find a job. And even if you have a job, chances are you're having a tougher time paying the rising costs of everything from groceries to gas.
Father comes home from work about nine in the evening.
In most cases, car accidents result from lack of sleep.
Aside from that, is there anything else you want?

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życie społeczne
życie społeczne

8. make


Let's face it, it's impossible. We're never gonna make it.
If we can just make it through one more month, we'll be sitting pretty.
Make your bed.
This tape recorder will make it easier for us to learn English.
Their influence becomes greater every day, but they are uncreative and can't make value judgements.
If you cannot make full remittance, please get in touch with me by October 28, 1998.
Though I mainly work as a studio musician, I do a little busking to make some extra money.
Make a good translation of the sentence that you are translating. Don't let translations into other languages influence you.
Homeroom teachers should make every effort to keep in touch with their students.
They said they'd make the boarding announcement 20 minutes before takeoff.
You can see how much difference a few degrees can make.
The company didn't make any effort to improve its business practices.
It doesn't make much sense to me that it works well on my computer, but not on yours.
It will make little difference whether you go there by taxi or on foot.
In order to make a phone call, I put my hand in my pocket and searched for a coin.

9. forge


<forge a close relationship>
You forged my signature!
If you forge a signature, you'll do it illegally
Our countries forged an alliance.
a forged passport
During the 1970s, the US forged trade links with China. / She forged a new career as a poet and songwriter.
The painting was forged
They forged the horseshoes in the forge.
to forge a bond
If, like me, you're wearing a gold ring, it was forged in a supernova explosion.
A ​number of forged ​works of ​art have been ​sold as ​genuine.
The hand-forged hook projected from the head of the small tuna.
The accident forged a close bond between the two families.
forge check
that super highway, we’re going to forge through this really thick, dense

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10. creative


The creative person knows that there is always room for improvement.
When the accountant was arrested, rumour had it that it was for his creative bookkeeping.
We are looking for a creative worker to support our new project.
She's one of Japan's most talented and creative film directors.
I'm always creative.
Cheryl is creative and she writes unusual stories.
Tatoeba's sentences are published under a Creative Commons Attribution License 2.0 (CC-BY).
Paul's knowledge of creative bookkeeping has been the secret of his ability to get all the staffing he needs.
I don't know how long I'll have to wait before I become more creative.
Hope, not fear, is the creative principle in human affairs.
One problem is how the enterprises arrange posts for excellent female students, but another important point is whether the educational industry can grow and supply creative students needed for Japan's future.
Mathematicians are creative artists, their artworks being sophisticated constructs of ideas and aesthetic proofs.
It is important to encourage school children to take part in creative activities like art and music.
It's a creative solution, your idea was great.
happy people are active, creative and curious aobout new experiences

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angielski zawodowy
ang geo Anglia 1

11. comprise


Farmers comprise just 1.2 per cent of the country's population
Our staff comprises many nationalities.
Uyghurs comprise the majority in Kashgar.
It is beyond the scope of the present work to describe all the components that comprise Emmet's architectural style.
In the government and higher education sector they comprise an average of 35% of researchers, and in the private sector just 18%.
A crowd comprised of the wives and children of scientists staged a demonstration 2. Women comprise 44% of hospital medical staff.
‘the country comprises twenty states
It comprises a roomy living room
How to comprise it?
A work queue comprises the following components
The orchestra was comprised of amateur and professional musicians. / Women comprise 15% of the police force.
comprised of his infantry and the enemy.
The ​course comprises a ​class ​book; a ​practice ​book; and a CD. The ninth ​district is comprised of (= consists of) 15 ​cities and ​towns
Who does the Contractor's staff comprise?
The word 'politics' ... comprises, in itself, a difficult study of no inconsiderable magnitude

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Sedimentary rocks and travertines
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12. compose


It's easy for him to compose a good poem.
Bach composed the beautiful music.
The commission is composed largely of intellectuals. The audience was composed mainly of women.
Can you compose your own music?
The Ode to Joy was composed by Beethoven.
I composed a recipe for a new salad.
Do you know who composed music for this film? (Czy wiesz kto skomponował muzykę do tego filmu?)
One can no more write good English than one can compose good music, merely by keeping the rules.
A state is made up of individuals who compose it.
Please compose a draft of the proposal idea.
Naka is one of the 18 administrative districts that compose Yokohama prefecture.

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egzamin angielski melcia
me before you

13. conceive


I can't conceive of her deceiving me.
He conceived the plot for this film while he was still a student
a brilliantly conceived plan
hard to conceive / it was conceived as a joke
But nothing is so hard for those who abound in riches, as to conceive how others can be in want.
I cannot conceive why a woman would want to do that or who would want to hear it
The Archers; which is about life in a fictional village; was conceived as a way of providing information about new farming methods.
Whatever the mind of man can conceive and belive, it can achive
I can't conceive (= it is too shocking to imagine) how anyone could behave so cruelly.
We conceived a baby three months ago.
I ​think my ​uncle still conceives of me as a four-year-old. It’s hard to conceive what the ​world will be like a hundred ​years from now. The ​exhibition was conceived by the museum's ​director.
It may harm a baby if conceived before, during or soon after treatment. I can conceive of no act of terror greater than the unforgivable the ultimate destruction, that of a human soul.
together we conceive and build the new building of the future that will accommodate all-in architecture, sculpture and painting
never could have conceived the end of the relationship.
Consider what effects, that might conceivably have practical bearings, we conceive the object of our conception to have. Then, our conception of these effects is the whole of our conception of the object.

14. generate


An electric current can generate magnetism.
The new development will generate 1,500 new jobs.
I didn’t think the competition would generate this amount of media attention.
generate electricity
What resources do we have, at the present time, to generate knowledge?
You should let a computer program generate your passwords for you.
With this module you can make the Enter key generate an event.
Does bump mapping generate more graphics load than parallax?
The wind farm may be able to generate enough electicity for 2,000 homes.
He generates ideas that we all should consider
Trains used to burn coal to generate power to move.
To generate is defined as to produce, create or cause to be. An example of to generate is turning on a heater, making a room warm.
Well, the right to smoke or not smoke generates passionate debates
But can they really generate enough energy to power a car?
Hedgehog of curses, generate a part of the game of disgraces to the Finns.

15. to craft



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16. construct


We'll have to construct a new factory.
There are even driving schools constructed on top of buildings.
We used up all the building blocks to construct this multi-level garage.
The company finished constructing the bridge in record time.
constructing flat-pack furniture
It is duck soup for a carpenter to construct a chicken coop for his son.
In order to learn from mistakes, we construct a "no blame" system.
Take my hand. The two of us are going to construct a utopia.

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17. set up


set up copmany
Being a sole trader is a simplest way to set up and run a business and does not involve paying any registration fee.
"If you already use Google Wallet on your computer, or if you're setting up your Google Wallet account for the first time from your mobile device, you'll need to set up your PIN. "
1. She set up a support group for single parents. 2. The firm was set up by an American entrepreneur.
On my first day at work, everything was set up for me at my desk -- computer, chair, phone, everything.
"Set up" means "to prepare equipment or software for use". Example: The kids set up a tent during our summer camping trip.
a group of film stars set up a charity to help young people in this area
I think I'm being set up.
For many people, videoconferences are just too difficult to set up.
In which of these cities was the capitl of the USA originally set up 1) New Yourk, 2) Washington, 3) Philadelphia? The capital of the USA was originally set up in Philadelphia
whenever Community law requires the setting up of competent authorities, Gibraltar sets up its own competent authorities, distinct from those set up for the same purpose in the United Kingdom
Let's go set up some more crotch catapults so we can laugh and be heroes.
Bill and Melinda Gates set up a foundation to provide vaccinations.
Nowadays it is quite a risk to set up a new business. In The UK, 20% of businesses fail in their first year.
In 1516 King Henry VIII set up the Royal Mail for royal communications and reasons of national security.

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Slowka podstawa
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