GOOGLE ADS
# Word Explanation Translation Sentences Categories Media
32 call off cancel something that has been scheduled odwołać
  • The teacher called classes off because of the snow.
65 cut off disconnect odciąć
  • Electricity has been cut off for the whole day.
77 drop off take something or someone to a place and leave it or them there. podrzucić kogoś gdzieś po drodze
  • I'm going to the city centre now, so if you want I can drop you off to the cinema.
  • I just had to drop my little brother off at school.
100 get off leave a large, closed vehicle wysiadać, wychodzić
  • To get to the train station you have to get off at fifth stop.
129 go off explode, explode bomb, start ringing, start ringing alarm wybuchać
  • Four people died when a bomb went off in a shop.
130 go off stop working electric, stop working electronic equipment wyłączać się, gasnąć
  • The bomb went off just metres from the market entrance.
170 kick off to make your shoes come off by shaking your feet zrzucić buty
  • Kick off your shoes and run upstairs.
175 lay off to make reduntant, to fire zwalniać
  • Many people working in this factory were laid off during the crisis.
209 nod off fall sleep, fall sleep usually unintentionally przysnąć, zdrzemnąć się
  • He usually nods off in front of the radio.
216 pay off to pay the full amount on, to pay the full amount on a debt spłacić
  • Have you paid off your car loan yet?
222 piss off to make or become angry wkurzać
  • He was absolutely pissed off with his behaviour.
238 put off postpone, delay odkładać, przełożyć na inny termin
  • The concert has been put off.
239 put off postpone, delay, avoid odstręczać, zniechęcać
  • Oh yeah, he is handsome but his manners put me off!
263 see off to accompany someone at the beginning of their journey so as to say goodbye to them odprowadzać kogoś
  • My family went to see her off at the airport.
266 set off to start a journey wyruszyć, rozpocząć podróż
  • We set off early in the afternoon.