Our land abounds in nature’s gifts, Of beauty rich and rare; In history’s page let every stage, Advance Australia Fair!
Complete agreement between theory and practice is a rare case.
Rare gems include aquamarine, amethyst, emerald, quartz and ruby.
My haircut only cost 1,000 yen. That's pretty rare these days. He probably didn't have a license.
It's rare that history comes with a man that his fear is set in the hearts of kings all around earth.
If we don't make the utmost effort to protect the rainforests, many of the rare species in them will become extinct.
Every rare thing is expensive, besides a cheap horse is rare, therefore a cheap horse is expensive.
We only meet on the rare occasions when one of our friends has birthday.
1. In rare cases, they may last a day or two. 2. It's rare to see sth like this.
Colourful zebras are rare these days so you'll be lucky to see them
Snow is a rare sight in Spain. / 2. I know, but it's a rare item and rare items cost a lot. / 3. Humility and humor, a rare combination. / 4. You have a rare, natural talent. / 5. You have a rare beauty, Ann.
a rare feeling when you do not run after a bus, you just wait for it like regular people
Send them to distant lands to seek some rare treasure. This is a rare vintage from an obscure village in Bordeaux.
Inglese parola "rzadki"(rare) si verifica in set:unit 4 powtórka upstream intermediate ProgressSłówka, angielski (bliżej niesprecyzowane)Beyond A2+, Vocab for Units 1 and 2Adjectives and adverbs do końca życiazdrowie - macmillan matura podstawowa
Oil deposits will have become scarce by 2050.
money/water became scarce
It is the ultimate scarce resource, the one planet that we share.
A seller's market is a market in which goods are relatively scarce, buyers have a limited range of choice, and prices are high.
The violence and injustice of the rulers of mankind is an ancient evil, for which, I am afraid, the nature human affairs can scarce admit a remedy.
Records are particularly scarce for this era, perhaps owing to a long series of natural disasters which befell the capital.
And the demand for cheap produce often encourages wasteful use of scarce water resources.
University places are scarce in China and many students go abroad to study.
An interscise in the wall where scarce a knife blade would have gone. Good teachers are really scarce.
We need to talk to the management. We have scarce resources to start the project.
I need you to make yourself scarce.
if sth is scarce, there is not enough of it and it is only available is small quantities
as raw materials became scarce, synthetics were developed
In today's world, possessions are plentiful, but time is scarce.
Inglese parola "rzadki"(scarce) si verifica in set:6 lekcja średnio zaawansowany cz 1Fiszki z książki - "Is There a Santa Claus?" (Jaco...Could investing in website names make you an inter...Our century's greatest injusticeFiszki z książki - "Watt's Songs Against Evil" (An...
A six-figure income is not uncommon for physicians.
Such a case is not uncommon today.
Cholera is uncommon in Japan.
It is uncommon for people to live over 100 years old.
Water is an uncommon natural resource in some African countries.
It's uncommon to see such a thing.
It’s uncommon to see dolphins from the beach because they don’t usually come so close.
It is so uncommon to find a foreigner learning Polish for fun.
We sometimes say: "Common sense is quite uncommon."
The only remaining region in the world where obesity is uncommon is sub-Saharan Africa.
A tyrant must put on the appearance of uncommon devotion to religion. Subjects are less apprehensive of illegal treatment from a ruler whom they consider god-fearing and pious.
Inglese parola "rzadki"(uncommon) si verifica in set:Unit 2 - affixes and prefixesFiszki z książki - "Going into Society" (Charles D...Fiszki z książki - "Birds from Coahuila, Mexico" (...16 X: You made a great impression!21 English Through Reading
Furniture is sparse in this room
By the year 1900 only a sparse population was left.
News of activities for the period 1683 to 1693 is rather sparse.
Set aside some quiet time twice a day to count kicks, once in the morning, when activity tends to be sparser, and once in the more active evening hours.
My hair is very sparse... but I'm old, so what do I care?
information coming out of the disaster area is sparse
Silently, it slipped across the darkened hangar bay toward the other ships, taking advantage of the sparse cover along the way.
There are sparse data on the role of private practice in Iraq.
It makes things easier if your matrix is sparse.
Inglese parola "rzadki"(sparse) si verifica in set:Shapes, sizes, quantity and quality (1, 2,3)Fiszki z książki - "Slavery" (J. L. Baker)słówka dziesiąty września angielskiFiszki z książki - "The Trap" (Betsy Curtis)Fiszki z książki - "Putois 1907" (Anatole France)
Inglese parola "rzadki"(infrequent) si verifica in set:Fiszki z książki - "Exile from Space" (Judith Merril)Fiszki z książki - "Diary of a Suicide" (Wallace E...Fiszki z książki - "Man of Distinction" (Michael S...Fiszki z książki - "Brotherly House" (Grace S. Ric...Fiszki z książki - "Mary Jane's City Home" (Clara ...
I've got a runny nose.
My nose was very runny.
This sauce is too runny, give me something else.
... making the nose more runny than usual.
This medicine will do wonders for a runny nose.
Inglese parola "rzadki"(runny) si verifica in set:A matter of taste