She will probably refuse to follow his advice, because she doesn't like him.
Tom didn't have the courage to refuse to do what Mary asked him to do.
Never choose a vocation just because your friends are in it, nor refuse another just because your worst enemy is in it.
Don't refuse me.
Most people will refuse to admit they've made a mistake.
This noise is something which I refuse to put up with.
When Sony came back with a 2 billion bid, CBS could not refuse.
When children are ordered to do a certain thing by such adult standards, they frequently refuse to follow the instructions for no other reason than that they have been told to do so.
1. That's an offer I can't refuse. / 2. You know I can't refuse you anything.
The head teacher refused the students permission to have a party in the school hall.
(turn) My neighbour refused ... down the music and I had to call the police.
Even if they refuse, you can take a bottle of good wine with you.
no business will refuse to supply a good customer. she refused a cigarette
His request was refused.
She may well refuse to speak to you because she's in a very bad mood.
Inglese parola "odmawiać"(refuse) si verifica in set:Full steam ahead for the trip of a lifetimesłówka z angielskiego maclaz nauka w domu ACzasowniki opracowane przez Michała #5 N-RNew English File - słówka z 1A, 1BMam nadzieję, że wykujesz:) na wtorek
An increase in customer complaints could signal a decline in business.
Trading was slow today after yesterday's market decline.
It is foreseen that, due to the decline in grain production, China will quickly become a world leading grain importing country, overtaking Japan.
Briefly stated, Hobsbawm's thesis is that the history of the twentieth century is that of the decline of civilization.
If we continue like this, it's as clear as day that the Japan of five years on will be in decline.
The choice is between a higher degree of integration, not just coordination, and decline.
The company reported a small decline in its profits. An increase in cars has resulted in the decline of public transport.
In 2009, I received a total of 2 392 such complaints, a 6% decline compared to 2008.
National crime stats decline, including the murder rate. Your payment method was declined
America's railroads declined because the automobile dominated American life
My employer at first declined my job application, but then found some good sides about me
The decline in energy self-sufficiency is a serious challenge for the EU.
In 2003, two major causes of death in Americans declined.
It's possible that we will have to face the economic decline next year. Our profits declined sharply due to unstable market.
Inglese parola "odmawiać"(decline) si verifica in set:TED Sleep is your superpowerIdiomy moje 001, 11.10.2012rzajęcia 5 (27.10.2020)Pride & PrejudiceSłownictwo litera D
3. turn down
I'm not going to turn down an invitation to New York
I think I'm going to have to turn down the job offer because I don't want to relocate to America.
turn down invitation
I never turn down the offer of a lift home
I know they are going to turn down our proposal.
Can you turn down the volume? It’s so loud.
I have a special button on my computer keyboars to turn the volume up and down. People may be turn down at job interviews if they don't have enough skills for a job.
Unfortunately, I have to turn down your invitation.
Can you turn down your radio? I’m trying to work.
How could you turn down such a fantastic job?
Please turn down the music
She turned down my invitation. If they don't give us a better price, we'll turn down their offer.
refuse sb’s offer/This offer is to good to turn down.
Mum is always telling me to turn down my music, but I like it loud!
Inglese parola "odmawiać"(turn down) si verifica in set:FCE - podręcznik, unit 1David Balddaci - "Zero Day" Pol-AngPhrasal verbs cz. 2phrasal verbs I
4. refuse to
I refuse to invite strange people to my house
Inglese parola "odmawiać"(refuse to) si verifica in set:Reported speechEnglish for HR
The main point of Dennett's book, in short, is to deny the existence of inner mental states.
However, the singer does not deny her ancestry.
We should deny our children things too sweet.
That is why the U.S. government has gone to court to protect the right of women and girls to wear the hijab, and to punish those who would deny it.
Yes, I was there. I don't deny it.
Jim denied drinking during the party. I cannot deny that he made me angry.
I don't deny/ I not denying taking the books but Andy said it would by okay
If somebody accused me of something I didn't do, I'd deny the accusation
"they deny any responsibility for the tragedy"
The spokesman refused either to confirm or deny the reports. He never denied that he said those things.
Together they deny him and his people a place in history.
With all of these flying contraptions zipping around, it's hard to deny that they seem awfully reminiscent of regular old remote‐control helicopters and planes.
They had evidence that she killed him, so she couldn't deny it.
Don’t deny committing this crime – everybody knows you are guilty.
Inglese parola "odmawiać"(deny) si verifica in set:czasowniki bez -ing
Our only witness is refusing to testify.
Christopher Columbus started wearing his famous hat back when he was still a schoolboy, and was often punished by his teachers for refusing to take it off in class.
My refusing to eat meat occasioned an inconvenience, and I was frequently chided for my singularity.
She hung between refusing or accepting the invitation.
Love is a sickness full of woes, All remedies refusing.
Refusing linguistic injustice doesn't make you a paranoid schizophrenic.
Inglese parola "odmawiać"(refusing) si verifica in set:23.10.2019 Crimes
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