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Pasek

  • 1 sword belt

    [sɔ:dbelt]
    noun
    jermen, pasek za meč (sabljo)

    English-Slovenian dictionary > sword belt

  • 2 band

    [bænd] 1. n
    ( group) banda f (pej), grupa f; ( rock) grupa f, zespół m; (jazz, military etc) orkiestra f; (strip, stripe) pasek m, wstążka f; ( range) przedział m; ( of frequency) pasmo nt, zakres m
    2. vi, see band together
    * * *
    [bænd] I noun
    1) (a strip of material to put round something: a rubber band.) opaska, gumka
    2) (a stripe of a colour etc: a skirt with a band of red in it.) pas
    3) (in radio etc, a group of frequencies or wavelengths: the medium waveband.) pasmo
    II 1. noun
    1) (a number of persons forming a group: a band of robbers.) banda
    2) (a body of musicians: a brass band; a dance band.) orkiestra
    2. verb
    (to unite or gather together for a purpose: They banded together to oppose the building of the garage.) zorganizować się

    English-Polish dictionary > band

  • 3 bar

    [bɑː(r)] 1. n
    ( place for drinking) bar m; ( counter) kontuar m; ( of metal etc) sztaba f; ( on window etc) krata f; ( of soap) kostka f; ( of chocolate) tabliczka f; ( obstacle) przeszkoda f; ( prohibition) zakaz m; ( MUS) takt m
    2. vt
    way, road zagradzać (zagrodzić perf); door, window barykadować (zabarykadować perf), ryglować (zaryglować perf); person odmawiać (odmówić perf) wstępu +dat; activity zabraniać (zabronić perf) or zakazywać (zakazać perf) +gen
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) (a rod or oblong piece (especially of a solid substance): a gold bar; a bar of chocolate; iron bars on the windows.) sztaba
    2) (a broad line or band: The blue material had bars of red running through it.) pasek
    3) (a bolt: a bar on the door.) zasuwa
    4) (a counter at which or across which articles of a particular kind are sold: a snack bar; Your whisky is on the bar.) bar, lada, kontuar
    5) (a public house.) bar
    6) (a measured division in music: Sing the first ten bars.) takt
    7) (something which prevents (something): His carelessness is a bar to his promotion.) przeszkoda
    8) (the rail at which the prisoner stands in court: The prisoner at the bar collapsed when he was sentenced to ten years' imprisonment.) barierka
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a bar: Bar the door.) ryglować
    2) (to prevent from entering: He's been barred from the club.) zakazać wstępu
    3) (to prevent (from doing something): My lack of money bars me from going on holiday.) uniemożliwiać
    3. preposition
    (except: All bar one of the family had measles.) oprócz
    - barman
    - bar code

    English-Polish dictionary > bar

  • 4 belt

    [bɛlt] 1. n
    ( clothing) pasek m; (of land, sea, air) pas m, strefa f; ( TECH) pas m, pasek m
    2. vt ( inf)
    lać (zlać perf) (pasem) (inf)
    3. vi ( BRIT)
    ( inf) pędzić, pruć (inf)
    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    [belt] 1. noun
    1) (a long (narrow) piece of leather, cloth etc worn round the waist: a trouser-belt; He tightened his belt.) pasek
    2) (a similar object used to set wheels in motion: the belt of a vacuum-cleaner.) pas(ek)
    3) (a zone of country etc: a belt of trees; an industrial belt.) strefa
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a belt: He belted his trousers on.) zapiąć pasem
    2) (to strike (with or without a belt): He belted the disobedient dog.) uderzyć pasem

    English-Polish dictionary > belt

  • 5 belted

    adjective zapięty na pasek

    English-Polish dictionary > belted

  • 6 girdle

    ['gəːdl] 1. n
    ( corset) gorset m; ( belt) pasek m
    2. vt
    * * *
    ['ɡə:dl]
    1) (a belt or cord worn round the waist: She wore a girdle round her tunic.) pasek
    2) (an undergarment worn by women in order to appear thinner.) opaska

    English-Polish dictionary > girdle

  • 7 slip

    [slɪp] 1. n
    ( fall) poślizgnięcie (się) nt; ( mistake) pomyłka f; ( underskirt) halka f; ( of paper) kawałek m
    2. vt 3. vi
    person poślizgnąć się ( perf); production, profits spadać (spaść perf)

    to give sb the slipzwiać ( perf) komuś (inf)

    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    I 1. [slip] past tense, past participle - slipped; verb
    1) (to slide accidentally and lose one's balance or footing: I slipped and fell on the path.) poślizgnąć się
    2) (to slide, or drop, out of the right position or out of control: The plate slipped out of my grasp.) wyślizgnąć się
    3) (to drop in standard: I'm sorry about my mistake - I must be slipping!) obniżać loty, opuszczać się
    4) (to move quietly especially without being noticed: She slipped out of the room.) wymykać się
    5) (to escape from: The dog had slipped its lead and disappeared.) zrywać się z
    6) (to put or pass (something) with a quick, light movement: She slipped the letter back in its envelope.) wsuwać
    2. noun
    1) (an act of slipping: Her sprained ankle was a result of a slip on the path.) poślizgnięcie
    2) (a usually small mistake: Everyone makes the occasional slip.) pomyłka
    3) (a kind of undergarment worn under a dress; a petticoat.) halka
    4) ((also slipway) a sloping platform next to water used for building and launching ships.) pochylnia
    - slippery
    - slipperiness
    - slip road
    - slipshod
    - give someone the slip
    - give the slip
    - let slip
    - slip into
    - slip off
    - slip on
    - slip up
    II [slip] noun
    (a strip or narrow piece of paper: She wrote down his telephone number on a slip of paper.) świstek, pasek

    English-Polish dictionary > slip

  • 8 strap

    [stræp] 1. n
    (of watch, bag) pasek m; (of slip, dress) ramiączko nt
    2. vt
    (also: strap in, strap on) przypinać (przypiąć perf)
    * * *
    [stræp] 1. noun
    1) (a narrow strip of leather, cloth, or other material, eg with a buckle for fastening something (eg a suitcase, wristwatch etc) or by which to hold, hang or support something (eg a camera, rucksack etc): I need a new watch-strap; luggage straps.) pasek, pas
    2) (a short looped strip of leather etc, hanging from the roof of a train, by which a standing passenger can support himself.) uchwyt
    2. verb
    1) (to beat (eg a schoolchild) on the hand with a leather strap: He was strapped for being rude to the teacher.) bić paskiem
    2) (to fasten with a strap etc: The two pieces of luggage were strapped together; He strapped on his new watch.) umocować paskiem
    - strap in
    - strap up

    English-Polish dictionary > strap

  • 9 strip

    [strɪp] 1. n
    (of paper, cloth) pasek m; (of land, water) pas m; (SPORT) stroje pl, kostiumy pl
    2. vt
    person rozbierać (rozebrać perf); paint zdrapywać (zdrapać perf); (also: strip down) machine rozbierać (rozebrać perf) na części
    3. vi
    * * *
    [strip] 1. past tense, past participle - stripped; verb
    1) (to remove the covering from something: He stripped the old varnish off the wall; He stripped the branch (of its bark) with his knife.) zdjąć, usunąć, (ze)skrobać
    2) (to undress: She stripped the child (naked) and put him in the bath; He stripped and dived into the water; They were told to strip to the waist.) rozebrać się
    3) (to remove the contents of (a house etc): The house/room was stripped bare / stripped of its furnishings; They stripped the house of all its furnishings.) ogołacać, opróżnić
    4) (to deprive (a person) of something: The officer was stripped of his rank for misconduct.) pozbawić
    2. noun
    1) (a long narrow piece of (eg cloth, ground etc): a strip of paper.) pas(ek)
    2) (a strip cartoon.) komiks
    3) (a footballer's shirt, shorts, socks etc: The team has a red and white strip.) kostium, strój
    - strip-lighting
    - strip-tease
    3. adjective
    a strip-tease show.) stripteasowy

    English-Polish dictionary > strip

  • 10 stripe

    [straɪp]
    n
    * * *
    1) (a band of colour etc: The wallpaper was grey with broad green stripes; A zebra has black and white stripes.) pasek, prążek
    2) (a (usually V-shaped) badge worn on an army uniform to show rank.) naszywka
    - stripy

    English-Polish dictionary > stripe

  • 11 fan belt

    n
    pasek m klinowy wentylatora

    English-Polish dictionary > fan belt

  • 12 shoulder strap

    n
    ( on clothing) ramiączko nt; ( on bag) pasek m

    English-Polish dictionary > shoulder strap

  • 13 thong

    [θɔŋ]
    n
    pasek m, rzemień m

    English-Polish dictionary > thong

  • 14 watchband

    ['wɔtʃbænd]
    n (US)
    pasek m do zegarka

    English-Polish dictionary > watchband

  • 15 watchstrap

    ['wɔtʃstræp]
    n
    pasek m do zegarka

    English-Polish dictionary > watchstrap

  • 16 wristband

    ['rɪstbænd]
    n ( BRIT)
    ( of shirt) mankiet m; ( of watch) ( leather) pasek m (do zegarka); ( metal) bransoletka f (do zegarka)

    English-Polish dictionary > wristband

  • 17 band

    [bænd] I noun
    1) (a strip of material to put round something: a rubber band.) pás, páska
    2) (a stripe of a colour etc: a skirt with a band of red in it.) proužek
    3) (in radio etc, a group of frequencies or wavelengths: the medium waveband.) pásmo
    II 1. noun
    1) (a number of persons forming a group: a band of robbers.) skupina, banda
    2) (a body of musicians: a brass band; a dance band.) skupina, kapela
    2. verb
    (to unite or gather together for a purpose: They banded together to oppose the building of the garage.) spojit, sjednotit (se)
    * * *
    • tlupa
    • pruh
    • řemen
    • páska
    • pásek
    • pásmo
    • hudební skupina
    • kapela
    • muzika

    English-Czech dictionary > band

  • 18 belt

    [belt] 1. noun
    1) (a long (narrow) piece of leather, cloth etc worn round the waist: a trouser-belt; He tightened his belt.) pás(ek), řemen
    2) (a similar object used to set wheels in motion: the belt of a vacuum-cleaner.) řemen
    3) (a zone of country etc: a belt of trees; an industrial belt.) zóna, oblast, pás
    2. verb
    1) (to fasten with a belt: He belted his trousers on.) připnout opaskem
    2) (to strike (with or without a belt): He belted the disobedient dog.) spráskat (opaskem)
    * * *
    • pásek
    • pás
    • opasek
    • hnací řemen

    English-Czech dictionary > belt

  • 19 bola

    • ozdobný pásek na krk
    • bola

    English-Czech dictionary > bola

  • 20 strap

    [stræp] 1. noun
    1) (a narrow strip of leather, cloth, or other material, eg with a buckle for fastening something (eg a suitcase, wristwatch etc) or by which to hold, hang or support something (eg a camera, rucksack etc): I need a new watch-strap; luggage straps.) řemen, pásek
    2) (a short looped strip of leather etc, hanging from the roof of a train, by which a standing passenger can support himself.) držadlo
    2. verb
    1) (to beat (eg a schoolchild) on the hand with a leather strap: He was strapped for being rude to the teacher.) spráskat
    2) (to fasten with a strap etc: The two pieces of luggage were strapped together; He strapped on his new watch.) svázat, upevnit páskem
    - strap in
    - strap up
    * * *
    • řemen

    English-Czech dictionary > strap

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