English to Polish Meaning :: prologue

Prologue :
prolog
prolog - prologprologprologues
 
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Noun(1) an introduction to a play

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(1) Lance Armstrong sent that unmistakable message to his rivals this evening in the prologue to the 101st Tour de France.(2) The book contains 11 chapters, plus a prologue and epilogue, and an extensive suggested reading list.(3) The prologue that sets the tone of the book depicts a vivid bond with the tropics, a keen interest in the weather inspired by his father, a spirit of adventure, observations about people and an innate bond with the rain.(4) The epilogue repeats the prologue : people are born into this world, they quarrel, they love, they die, and there lies the higher meaning of life.(5) This novel consists of three primary sections that are framed by a prologue and an epilogue.(6) Like the novel it studies, it is framed by a prologue and epilogue that place the core of the book in an extremely revealing and resonant context.(7) this idea is outlined in the prologue(8) This prologue masquerading as an epilogue does not provide the expected closure, but instead another opening into the text.(9) There are two rest days, three individual time trials including the prologue , and one team time trial.(10) My personal goal was to try and test myself as well as some new equipment in the prologue and in the time trial on Mt. Ventoux.(11) I got third in the prologue and eighth on the hardest stage(12) the events from 1945 to 1956 provided the prologue to the post-imperial era(13) Last season he won the opening prologue , donning the yellow jersey as a result.(14) The announcement of the prologue and each successive part frames it additionally as a literary text, which is conventionally partitioned.(15) History is a prologue written in stone, but the present offers new possibilities.(16) However, it was the prologue to the England game which was most instructive about the rottenness of the state.
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Noun
1. introduction ::
wprowadzenie
2. foreword ::
Przedmowa
3. preface ::
przedmowa
4. preamble ::
preambuła
5. prelude ::
preludium
6. intro ::
Intro
7. lead-in ::
Przepust
8. exordium ::
wstęp
9. proem ::
Proem
10. prolegomenon ::
prolegomenon
Different Forms
prologue, prologues
English to Polish Dictionary: prologue

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