W zestawie znajdziesz idiomy zawierające nazwy kolorów oraz ich polskie Zestaw przeznaczony jest dla uczących się angielskiego na wszystkich poziomach. uczyş angielskich idiomów, zarazem bawiĈc Czytelnika. Kaİdy jčzyk ma stronie, na której zostaã podany idiom, znajduje sič jego polski odpowiednik, czčsto. Zbiór naturalnych zwrotów i idiomów angielskich, od średniozaawansowanych do zaawansowanych, przygotowany dla Ciebie przez studentów Instytutu.

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Idiomy angielskie Kolory – idiomy Colours — English idioms and sayings.

Writing that is more complicated than necessary. I hate purple prose. Why can’t people just cut to the chase and write only what is worth writing? To try too hard to please someone, polsko-sngielskie people in authority, in a way that is not sincere and that other people find unpleasant; 2. A person who does such things.

I’m sick of Joey. He keeps brown-nosing and the worst thing is that my professor seems to like it.

Colours – English idioms and sayings

Absorbed in one’s thoughts usually unhappydaydreaming. Come on, polsko-angielskle going shopping. Maybe that we’ll get you out of this brown study you’re in today. To be inexperienced; 2. I remember what it was like to be green. It’s better to ask questions than to mess something up. Something that moves very fast; 2. A stream of words when someone talks so much and so fast it seems he or she will never stop.

Aunt Marge talked a blue streak polsko-angidlskie we had to sit there and listen to her all day. Are you feeling well? You’re white as a sheet. The blood of a noble family; a member of a wealthy family.

Have you heard that Margot is a blue blood? Her grandfather owns a real castle! To not have debts. I admit that I had some financial problems but I’m in the black now and everything’s fine. About a person who is always good and honest. My child is whiter than white. She couldn’t have done it!

You’re all black and blue. I’m feeling a bit blue today. Do you feel like coming over?

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I could use some company. To have debts, to spend more money than you earn. His business is in the red. He needs to find a way to earn some money or he’ll get into serious troubles. To be jealous, envious of somebody or something. Did you see Julie’s reaction? She polsko-nagielskie literally green with envy when she saw Mark with his new girlfriend. In very good health. My neighbour is almost 80 years old but she’s still in the pink.


Idikmy that costs a polskl-angielskie of money and is useless or troublesome. My grandparents were so happy to give me their old house but for me it’s rather a white elephant. It costs me a lot to keep it in a good state and I can’t sell it because that would break their hearts!

A list of people, organizations etc.

Be careful or Susie will put you on her blacklist. She does it to everyone who has ever been rude to her. Ixiomy wonder how long this list must be by now. Someone who is thought to be a bad person by the rest of his or her family.

Being the only one in his family who’s not a doctor Mark is thought to be a black sheep. Humour that deals with sad, unpleasant aspects of life in idikmy bitter or ironic way. I’m not a fan of black humour. I don’t think it’s appropriate to make fun of thing ;olsko-angielskie are so serious.

Illegal trading of goods that are not allowed to be bought and sold. You can find stolen goods on the black market. A type of journalism that presents little or no legitimate news and instead uses eye-catching headlines and photos to sell more newspapers.

How can you believe what they are writing? Don’t you know it’s just yellow journalism? To edit, correct or pilsko-angielskie. I can bear the criticism.

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polsko-angoelskie Please, blue-pencil as much as you like in my book. I just need an honest opinion. A state of strong emotion, excitement or activity.

She was in polsko-zngielskie heat when she was writing that message to Tom and now she regrets it. A film that shows people having sex.

You can’t watch this! Blue movies are not for children! To give a special welcome to someone usually important. My sister is coming home after five years of living in France. I think we need to roll out the red carpet for her. An intelligent and well-educated woman who is interested in books and spends most of her time studying. My girlfriend is a bluestocking. It’s impossible to find a subject she has nothing to say about.


I hit my pinkie today. I know it’s only one finger but it feels like I can’t move my hand at all. Full evening dress; most formal evening dress code for men. It’s a white-tie party. You really think you can sneak in wearing your jeans? Sam has a yellow streak down his back. He won’t go with us. In the act of doing something wrong e.

Polsko-angielakie thief was plosko-angielskie red-handed. No one wants to deal with red tape but everybody has to. I’m sorry for calling you out of the blue but I need a favour. A name given to a day claimed to be the most depressing day in the polsko-angeilskie. No wonder you’re feeling a bit depressed today. I thought that the necklace I found was precious but apparently it’s not worth a red cent. A lie you tell in order to be polite or to stop somebody from being upset by the truth.

Well, I polsko-angidlskie I should have told Alex the truth but I couldn’t bring myself to it.

Naturalne zwroty i idiomy angielskie (+ Audio)

It was just a white lie. It didn’t hurt anybody and it sure made him feel better! A situation that is unclear; a subject that people don’t know how to deal with because there are no clear rules. It’s a grey area of law. To say or do something that you know will harm someone’s reputation.

Don’t say it was an accident! You knew that if people find out about Charlie’s past they will get suspicious. You did it to blacken his name! Very clear, clearly defined.

You don’t need to explain this to me. It’s all black and white. To look ill as if about to throw up.