1. to hammer
Inglés palabrawbijać"(to hammer) ocurre en conjuntos:Dome / House
2. knock in
Inglés palabrawbijać"(knock in) ocurre en conjuntos:Phrasal verbs - litera KPhrasal verbs D L
his larynx was rammed into his throat
He took a vehicle which rammed a police car.
Inglés palabrawbijać"(rammed) ocurre en conjuntos:Millenium 3, rozdział 04
She wants to have her ears pierced.
President Pierce finally agreed to sign it.
Pierce wanted to run for re-election.
Pierce was elected in 1852.
This will expose a plastic spiked end that you will use to pierce the vial
She felt sharp splinter pierced her thumb.
The fear pierced her whole body
The needle pierces the fabric four times a second.
The arrow pierced his shoulder.
My daughter is getting her ears pierced when she's older.
Mara got her ears pierced so she could wear her new earrings.
He pierced his eyebrow - it looks awful
pierced ears, nose, lips
I had my ears pierced when I was 10
If a high hill stood between A and B, it was important to decide whether the line should climb over it, pierce it with a tunnel, or make a detour to avoid it.
Inglés palabrawbijać"(pierce) ocurre en conjuntos:Life style - 3
Inglés palabrawbijać"(pinning) ocurre en conjuntos:eminem till i colapse
6. to pound on
In the automotive industry of the 1970's, Japan beat the U.S. at its own game.
The noonday sun beat down with dazzling brightness on the tennis court.
Parents who beat their children really make my blood boil.
And they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more.
I went down to the sports office to sign up for the last position on the basketball team, but somebody else beat me to it.
When Charlotte saw the other girl running past her, she knew she couldn’t beat her in the race.
This is a dangerous beat. We shouldn't be here. We got lost in this beat, can you tell us how to get back to the centre?
How many times was you beaten sb?
So pack up your men in white and beat it
Which country’ football team beat Holland?
I’m going to bed now – I’m beat.
Domestic violence is a serious problem. Lots of parents regularly beat their children.
There are different methods of beating eggs.
Add the sugar and vanilla to the cream and beat vigorously until the cream thickens.
8. stick in
He had heard that war had started, but it didn't sink in for a long time until his father was drafted into the army.
a kitchen or bathroom container that is attached to the floor and wall, holds water, and is used for washing dishes or brushing teeth. * When Lily came home, she was disappointed to see that the sink was full of dirty dishes.
If plants and stones are in the water then this will happen: the plants float and the rocks sink.
If you find yourself in quicksand you'll sink more slowly if you don't move.
This means that houses are starting to sink, roads are breaking up and lamp-posts are leaning at crazy angles.
Let me just sink a sandwich.
I haven't had time to do the dishes for two days; they are in a pile in the kitchen sink.
Such a business failure would sink any company.
A sailor saw his fellow sailor sink from exhaustion.
Although the heavier airplane sinks faster and will reach the ground sooner, it will travel the same distance as a lighter airplane as long as you maintain the correct higher glide speed for the increased weight.
Clean water is brought to the house, to sanitary facilities such as washbasins, bathtub, sink and shower, from which it is then disposed of as waste water. Both of them, though carried out at the same time, have to comply with individual requirements.
We're sinking! We need help!
The sink in the kitchen was very old and had beautiful taps.
sink - sank - sunk
10. tuck in
Inglés palabrawbijać"(tuck in) ocurre en conjuntos:ang, rekiny itd
11. stick stuck
Stick to it!
There's little chance of keeping slim, unless you stick to a diet.
If you want to sound like a native speaker, it's easier if you choose one dialect and stick with it. Native speakers don't usually mix dialects in everyday speaking.
stick / stuck / stuck, to get stuck
When the school had no books or paper or pencils, she wrote the alphabet on the ground with a stick.
The walking stick serves the purpose of an advertisement that the bearer's hands are employed otherwise than in useful effort, and it therefore has utility as an evidence of leisure.
Kids these days have no imagination whatsoever. Only a nationwide revolution and sweeping economic reform will bring the hoop and stick back into vogue.
What police thought was a distressed cat turned out to be a man practicing the cuica, a drum which produces noise by rubbing a stick attached to the drumhead from the inside.
This neighborhood has more homeless people than you can shake a stick at.
Children, don't play with those sharp sticks. / After the accident he has to use a walking stick.
He used to like riding on giant tortoises which he persuaded to advance by hanging a lettuce from a stick which he held in front of the tortoises’ nose.
Why are you sticking this announcement here? The message board is over there.
Do you prefer automatic or stick cars?
Hold this stick still! We don't wanna do any barrelroll here!
Come on, Joe. Don't be a stick in the mud. Go to the party with us! When you told Nancy how fat she is, you really hit her where it hurts.
13. stick stuck stuck
Inglés palabrawbijać"(stick stuck stuck) ocurre en conjuntos:nieregularne czasowniki