el diccionario polaco - inglés

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1. prefer

I prefer coffee.
As a rule, I prefer people who deal with matters of this kind directly with those involved.
Westerners, in general, prefer to avoid such topics unless the other person brings them up.
I think I prefer this room as it was, before we decorated it.
I prefer traditional characters. Due to the abundance of reading materials in simplified characters, I can recognize many of them too.
Fifty-two per cent of British women prefer chocolate to sex.
I happen to prefer champagne to ditchwater, but there is no reason to suppose that the cosmos does.
The reason I prefer to go to Japan is that the people in Japan are hardworking and have honest personalities.
Japanese seem to prefer picking a marriage partner as much like themselves as possible, finding a job that provides security and slow but steady advancement, and putting money in the bank.
Of all the men that I dislike, my husband is certainly the one that I prefer.
It may not appeal to some, but I prefer to remain a salaried man; I don't have to worry so much about making both ends meet.
Whenever I translate something from English into Spanish, I prefer to use the familiar "tú" instead of the formal "usted".
So, now. What Disney character do you prefer? I prefer Minnie Mouse, and you? Prefer means to like better.
There have been a lot of clothes lately that fit tightly and I don't like it. I prefer clothes with a loose design.

Inglés palabrawoleć"(prefer) ocurre en conjuntos:

kwiecień 2017 rzeczownik od czasownika
Class V, unit 4 „Wielki Świat”
nie dodajemy ing w present continous
ANG UNIT 1 - 1_to do/ing
Moja szkoła (słownictwo A)

2. favour

I'll recommend him as chairman, whether you are in favour of it or not.
I need a favour
When in doubt, in favour of the accused.
I'm also in favour so it's three to one. And thus your objection is overruled.
Er, well, I'd like to take a vote. Would people in favour of Mr Ogawa's proposition please raise their hands.
I am in favour of your proposal.
My father isn't really in favour of our marriage, because John still hasn't got a job.
Most students agree with the proposal, and made a list of arguments in favour of it.
Favour is deceitful, and beauty is vain: but a woman that feareth the LORD, she shall be praised.
Judge Hilary decided in Anthony's favour, and so he fined instead of imprisoned
She always felt that her parents favoured her brother.
Lucy tended to favour blue blouses because they matched her blue eyes.
He made so bold as to ask the king a favour.
In the survey, a majority of people favoured higher taxes and better public services over tax cuts.
There is a strong feeling in favour of cowardly and prudential proverbs.

Inglés palabrawoleć"(favour) ocurre en conjuntos:

article - hard work