# Word Explanation Translation Sentences Categories Media
378 storm in to come in in an angry way wejść z wściekłością, wparować
  • Magdalena stormed in and began to shout at Adam.
380 split off to leave a group, to no longer be a member of a group, etc odłączyć, odłączyć się, oddzielić
  • Magdalena decided to split off the group.
384 scour for to look for someone or something in an anxious way gorączkowo kogoś lub czegoś poszukiwać
  • Magdalena is scouring for the documents.
386 stand out to be different than others, to be special in some way wyróżniać się, odznaczać się
  • Magdalena really stands out, she is very tall.
387 send along to make someone or something move somewhere podesłać, przysłać, przyprowadzić, podrzucić
  • I have to urgently talk with Magdalena, could you send her along?
402 snuggle down to cover someone carefully with a quilt, to cover someone carefully with a quilt blanket opatulić się, opatulić się kołdrą, przykryć się
  • When I go to bed at night and snuggle down in my dreams I feel lighter in my heart.
405 slip up make a mistake pomylić się
  • You slipped up here. The amount should be $100, not $1000
410 stand for tolerate, permit, permit - usually negative tolerować, pozwalać
  • I'm not surprised that Mrs. Adamson rejected your report. She won't stand for that work.
431 set up make arrangements for something wyznaczyć spotkanie
  • You'll see Mr. Densey tomorrow. I've set a meeting up for 11:30 AM.
440 stand up rise to a standing position wstać
  • Please stand up for the national anthem.
456 set back cost kosztować, wynieść
  • I wonder how much Adam's new car set him back?
468 stand down to resign from a position/job ustąpić, wycofać się
  • Darren Hughes has been stood down from his portfolios while a police investigation into him is completed.
518 set about to start doing something zabierać się do robienia czegoś
  • I set about cleaning my car.
520 slip into to quickly put on a piece of clothing wrzucić coś na siebie, nałożyć szybko
  • It's time to slip into something less comfortable.
538 sit in to occupy a building by staying inside okupować, okupować budynek
  • The protesters have been sitting in since Monday.