Dizionario Polacco - Inglese

język polski - English

sztuczny in inglese:

1. artificial artificial


artificial intelligence
Natural light is better for plants to grow in than artificial light.
Artificial tidelands are being developed on a country-wide basis.
The construction of the dam created an artificial lake that destroyed a whole ecosystem.
The launching of artificial earth satellites is commonly looked upon as an exploration of space.
Once dismissed as an artificial language, Esperanto has gained the respect of a new generation of linguists, as the most successful planned language of all time.
The real, biological nervous system is highly complex and includes some features that may seem superfluous based on an understanding of artificial networks.
Artificial neural networks can be used to understand biological neural networks, or to solve problems of artificial intelligence, without necessarily creating models of real biological systems.
Benson and Holmes analyzed the psychological effect of artificial insemination on parents.
Some guys prefer more natural looking make up and some prefer more artificial make up
Men will not be needed, the all-female crew will have children by artificial means.
flower, feltilizer, heart, eye, insemination, limb, fur, lake, snow, atmosphere, respiration, artificial intelligence, smile, manner, accent, voice, concern, grief,
Most mushrooms sold in supermarkets have been grown artificially (= not in natural conditions) in manure.
This bread is completely free from artificial preservatives.
A wise man once said, "If Esperanto is an artificial language, then my car is an artificial horse".

Inglese parola "sztuczny"(artificial) si verifica in set:

Sztuka teatralna - słówka angielskie
Machines that will think and feel
ANGIELSKI justyna zeszyt - fiszki part 3
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2. factitious



Inglese parola "sztuczny"(factitious) si verifica in set:

Fiszki z książki - "Essays" (David Hume)
Fiszki z książki - "Boer Politics" (Yves Guyot)
Fiszki z książki - "The Holy Earth" (L. H. Bailey)
Fiszki z książki - "Ten Tales" (François Coppée)
Fiszki z książki - "The Finer Grain" (Henry James)

3. fake


Our security cameras are fake.
His fake moustache started to peel off on one side.
She was taken in by that fake gold certificate scandal and lost most of her money.
I don't need fake friends.
fake passport
Lots of people buy fake products because they are cheaper than a genuine product.
Her fake enthusiasm was just one of those tricks you shouldn't believe.
I have reasons to believe that this signature is fake. He said he was feeling sick, but he was just faking it. It turned out that the painting wasn't painted by Picasso! It was a fake.
Well, we got a nice fake prison van, nice fake prison guard.
I thought it was all fake, for the show.
Ichiro sounded somehow upset but my long years of hanging out with him told me that it was out and out fake.
I bought a Rolex in Thailand for $20. Do you think it's fake?
Experts revealed that the painting was a fake / After working for ten years as a doctor, he was exposed as a fake
a fake American accent
You're OK without your glasses? "Ah, these are fake you see, I thought it might make me brainier..."

Inglese parola "sztuczny"(fake) si verifica in set:

Ostatnie słowka jak mnie nie było
dwudziesty drugi październik
rozszerzenie 1.b
miks 1 angielski

4. phony


I got sucked in on a lot of phony deals.
It's phony.
He gave the police a phony address.
phony baloney
Can I trust you or are you a phony?
I anticipated writing dismissively of Castaneda as a phony anthropologist who perpetuated a fraud. 2. He looks totally phoney to me. 3. phoney 'experts'.
The phony cop went to jail for a year for impersonating a police officer.
phony witch hunt
My mother says that the child's illnesses are phony.
Japan disproved phony accusations of computer chip dumping.
She got herself through college telling people their fortunes as a phony psychic. She didn't even have a proper Tarot deck, but her clients didn't know the difference.

5. cramped


The tent was really cramped - we were squashed like sardines.
This room is cramped.
I want to move out of this cramped room as soon as I can.
My leg cramped up as I ran down the stairs to catch a train, and I had to sit down right there in the middle of the stairway.
A little cramped, but we'll make do.
There are a lot of tables for the size of the restaurant; so we felt a bit cramped.
Student flats can be quite cramped if there are a few students living together in one room.
There are a dozen of them living in a two-bedroom flat, so you can imagine how cramped the place is.
The troops slept in cramped conditions with up to 20 in a single room.
it was cramped on the train
It is a bit cramped in here, why don’t you move to a bigger flat?
a cramped ​room/​house / We have six ​desks in this ​room, so we're a little cramped (for ​space).
We had to move to a bigger house when the baby was born, as our flat was too cramped.
He lived for six months in a cold, cramped attic room.
Don`t put that big table into your kitchen, there will be too cramped.