the word day

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término definición
wysoce, nadzwyczaj, wyjątkowo
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eminently
to a high degree
That could prove in all too many ways to be eminently counterproductive. an eminently sensible plan. That use has since slipped into obsolescence, as has the word's use to mean "conspicuously"
zmierzchowy, aktywny o zmierzchu
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crepuscular
of, relating to, or resembling twilight
These may have been similar to crepuscular rays on Earth. crepuscular activities in the city that never fall asleep. crepuscular insects adjusted they style of foraging for preventing the attacks of predators during daylight.
więzienny
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carceral
incarceration. of, relating to, or suggesting a jail or prison."
Coordinate care inside and outside carceral settings.
zwlekający, opieszaly
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dilatory
characterized by procrastination. tending or intended to cause delay
dilatory, tardy in paying bills. He can’t be blamed for the agency’s dilatory response to problems at the plant.
niezmienny
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immutable
not capable of or susceptible to change
immutability. Lincoln vigorously disagreed, affirming the existence of universal truths, that all men are created equal and that certain moral principles are immutable.
zamienić, wymienić
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commute
to give in exchange for another: EXCHANGE
commuting foreign currency to domestic. The periodic payments may be commuted into a lump sum. commute a death sentence to life in prison
unieważnić, znosić
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abrogate
to abolish by authoritative action: ANNUL. to treat as nonexistent: to fail to do what is required by (something, such as a responsibility)
abrogate a treaty. The company's directors are accused of abrogating their responsibilities.
przypisać sobie zasługi bez prawa, prawo
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arrogate
to take something without having the right to do so:(“to claim or seize without justification
They arrogate to themselves the power to punish people.
umniejszać, ujmować
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derogate
to cause to seem inferior. detract from
don't derogate your achievements. few instances of inaccuracy or mediocrity can never derogate from the superlative merit of Homer. The title of the book derogates the people it is about.
oświadczenie pod przysięgą
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affidavit
a sworn statement in writing made especially under oath or on affirmation (see AFFIRMATION sense 2) before an authorized magistrate or officer
The witness's affidavit was presented to the court as evidence. and an affidavit is always a sworn written document.
przenieść na kogoś(obowiązek), potoczyć się w dół, stracić na jakości, stać się czymś gorszym
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devolve
to pass on (something, such as responsibility, rights, or powers) from one person or entity to another. to come by or as if by flowing down. to degenerate through a gradual change or evolution
The scene devolved into chaos. streams devolving from the mountains. the estate devolved on a distant cousin
blask (w stylu gracji i przepychu)
radiant splandor
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effulgence
the ability to shine brightly. the state of looking very beautiful or being full of goodness:
The fire died down, marked only by a brief effulgence of a glowing ember. Dawn was near and the stars had lost their effulgence.

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