English to Polish Meaning :: pocket

Pocket :
kieszeń
kieszeń, gniazdo, torba, zagłębienie, worek, zbiornik, gniazdko, łuza, dziura powietrzna, pęcherzkieszonkowywkładać do kieszeni, połknąć, przywłaszczać, pohamować - kieszeńkieszeńwbitapocketfulpocketfulsKieszeniekieszenie
 
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Noun(1) a small pouch inside a garment for carrying small articles(2) an enclosed space(3) a supply of money(4) (bowling(5) a hollow concave shape made by removing something(6) a local region of low pressure or descending air that causes a plane to lose height suddenly(7) a small isolated group of people(8) (anatomy, as a marsupial or gopher or pelican(9) an opening at the corner or on the side of a billiard table into which billiard balls are struck
Verb(1) put in one's pocket(2) take unlawfully

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(1) Corroded danburite up to 8 cm in length was abundant around footwall portions of the pocket .(2) But there's more to it than just stepping up to the plate and hitting a home run or standing in the pocket and throwing a touchdown pass.(3) I have found myself many times in foreign lands hopelessly trying to refold enormous maps back to their original pocket size.(4) I carry a little pocket PC around with me, and it has every plan for every job we're working on.(5) The pool hall was full of seedy characters as Sabrina sunk a red ball into the corner pocket , slamming two more in on rebound.(6) Brower had developed the habit of opening his glove wider when gripping the ball in the pocket for a changeup.(7) Wisely selecting the six ball for the side pocket , you carefully position the cue ball.(8) I leaned over the table, aiming to bounce the white ball off of a side to knock a blue ball into the corner pocket .(9) I accepted the challenge to simply pocket the object ball in the side, and stop the cueball dead.(10) The film is based on the British Navy's triumph over a German pocket battleship, the Graf Spee, in the early months of the second world war.(11) Most of us carry around a pocket computer as a matter of routine.(12) But Kevin was already skipping down the street, camera in pocket , cell phone in hand.(13) The line is doing a good job of protecting him and he's moving outside the pocket on pass plays, so defenses don't have a free shot at him.(14) And if you really want to get philosophical, bring a pocket dictionary.(15) They are, however, well-designed pocket revolvers for those who can and must carry a gun for personal protection.(16) They carry pocket telescopes to spy through when they walk abroad.
Related Words
(1) pocket money ::
kieszonkowe
(2) pocket watch ::
zegarek kieszonkowy
(3) pocket knife ::
nóż kieszonkowy
(4) coat pocket ::
kieszeń płaszcza
(5) out of pocket ::
z kieszeni
(6) air pocket ::
dziura powietrzna
(7) pocket calculator ::
kalkulator kieszonkowy
(8) pick pocket ::
pick kieszeń
(9) in the pocket ::
w kieszeni
(10) back pocket ::
tylna kieszeń
Synonyms
Adjective
1. small ::
mały
Noun
2. pouch ::
kieszonka
4. area ::
powierzchnia
5. air hole ::
otwór powietrza
6. scoop ::
szufelka
Verb
7. steal ::
kraść
8. bag ::
torba
Different Forms
pocket, pocketed, pocketful, pocketfuls, pocketing, pockets
Word Example from TV Shows

The best way to learn proper English is to read news report, and watch news on TV. Watching TV shows is a great way to learn casual English, slang words, understand culture reference and humor. If you have already watched these shows then you may recall the words used in the following dialogs.

Howard, which pocket watch
will you be wearing

Howard, which POCKET watch will you be wearing

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 15


But my best advice is stay
in the network. Don\'t go out of pocket.

But my best advice is stay in the network. Don't go out of POCKET.

Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9


If you pull a butterscotch
out of your pocket,

If you pull a butterscotch out of your POCKET,

The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 9


I just put something
in your pocket.

I just put something in your POCKET.

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 7


Put it back in your pocket
or I\'ll find another place to put it.

Put it back in your POCKET or I'll find another place to put it.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 14


English to Polish Dictionary: pocket

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