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  • 1 side-guards of manipulator

    liniały manipulatora

    English-Polish dictionary for engineers > side-guards of manipulator

  • 2 bodyguard

    ['bɔdɪgɑːd]
    n
    członek m ochrony (osobistej), ochroniarz m (inf)
    * * *
    noun (a guard or guards to protect (especially an important person): the president's bodyguard.) ochrona osobista

    English-Polish dictionary > bodyguard

  • 3 bribe

    [braɪb] 1. n 2. vt

    to bribe sb to do sthprzekupić ( perf) kogoś, żeby coś zrobił

    * * *
    1. noun
    (a gift offered to persuade a person to do something, usually dishonest: Policemen are not allowed to accept bribes.) łapówka
    2. verb
    (to give (someone) a bribe: He bribed the guards to let him out of prison.) przekupić

    English-Polish dictionary > bribe

  • 4 custodian

    [kʌs'təudɪən]
    n
    ( of building) dozorca(-rczyni) m(f); ( of museum) kustosz m
    * * *
    [-'stəu-]
    noun (a person who guards or takes care of something: the custodian of an art collection.) opiekun, kurator

    English-Polish dictionary > custodian

  • 5 gag

    [gæg] 1. n
    ( on mouth) knebel m; ( joke) gag m
    2. vt 3. vi
    * * *
    [ɡæɡ] 1. past tense, past participle - gagged; verb
    1) (to prevent (a person) talking or making a noise, by putting something in or over his mouth: The guards tied up and gagged the prisoners.) kneblować
    2) (to choke and almost be sick.) dławić się
    2. noun
    (something which is put in or over a person's mouth to prevent him talking or making a noise.) knebel

    English-Polish dictionary > gag

  • 6 post

    [pəust] 1. n ( BRIT)
    poczta f; ( pole) słup m, pal m; ( job) stanowisko nt; ( MIL) posterunek m; (also: trading post) faktoria f; (also: goalpost) słupek m
    2. vt ( BRIT)
    letter wysyłać (wysłać perf); ( MIL) guards wystawiać (wystawić perf)
    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    I [pəust] noun
    (a long piece of wood, metal etc, usually fixed upright in the ground: The notice was nailed to a post; a gate-post; the winning-post.) słup
    - keep somebody posted
    - keep posted
    II 1. [pəust] noun
    ((the system of collecting, transporting and delivering) letters, parcels etc: I sent the book by post; Has the post arrived yet?; Is there any post for me?) poczta
    2. verb
    (to send (a letter etc) by post: He posted the parcel yesterday.) nadawać
    - postal
    - postage stamp
    - postal order
    - postbox
    - postcard
    - postcode
    - post-free
    - post-haste
    - posthaste
    - postman
    - postmark
    - postmaster
    - post office
    III 1. [pəust] noun
    1) (a job: He has a post in the government; a teaching post.) posada
    2) (a place of duty: The soldier remained at his post.) posterunek
    3) (a settlement, camp etc especially in a distant or unpopulated area: a trading-post.) placówka
    2. verb
    (to send somewhere on duty: He was posted abroad.) skierować do pracy, wysłać na placówkę
    IV [pəust]

    English-Polish dictionary > post

  • 7 regular

    ['rɛgjulə(r)] 1. adj
    breathing, features, exercise, verb regularny; time, doctor, customer stały; soldier zawodowy; size normalny
    2. n
    ( in shop) stały(-ła) m(f) klient(ka) m(f); ( in pub etc) stały(-ła) m(f) bywalec(-lczyni) m(f)
    * * *
    ['reɡjulə] 1. adjective
    1) (usual: Saturday is his regular day for shopping; That isn't our regular postman, is it?) stały
    2) ((American) normal: He's too handicapped to attend a regular school.) normalny
    3) (occurring, acting etc with equal amounts of space, time etc between: They placed guards at regular intervals round the camp; Is his pulse regular?) regularny
    4) (involving doing the same things at the same time each day etc: a man of regular habits.) uregulowany, systematyczny
    5) (frequent: He's a regular visitor; He's one of our regular customers.) stały
    6) (permanent; lasting: He's looking for a regular job.) stały
    7) ((of a noun, verb etc) following one of the usual grammatical patterns of the language: `Walk' is a regular verb, but `go' is an irregular verb.) regularny
    8) (the same on both or all sides or parts; neat; symmetrical: a girl with regular features; A square is a regular figure.) regularny
    9) (of ordinary size: I don't want the large size of packet - just give me the regular one.) zwykły
    10) ((of a soldier) employed full-time, professional; (of an army) composed of regular soldiers.) zawodowy
    2. noun
    1) (a soldier in the regular army.) żołnierz zawodowy
    2) (a regular customer (eg at a bar).) stały gość/klient
    - regularly
    - regulate
    - regulation
    - regulator

    English-Polish dictionary > regular

  • 8 station

    ['steɪʃən] 1. n ( RAIL)
    dworzec m; ( small) stacja f; (also: bus station) dworzec m autobusowy; (also: police station) posterunek m (policji); (RADIO) stacja f
    2. vt
    guards etc wystawiać (wystawić perf)

    to be stationed in/at ( MIL)stacjonować w +loc

    * * *
    ['steiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (a place with a ticket office, waiting rooms etc, where trains, buses or coaches stop to allow passengers to get on or off: a bus station; She arrived at the station in good time for her train.) dworzec
    2) (a local headquarters or centre of work of some kind: How many fire-engines are kept at the fire station?; a radio station; Where is the police station?; military/naval stations.) posterunek, placówka, stacja
    3) (a post or position (eg of a guard or other person on duty): The watchman remained at his station all night.) stanowisko
    2. verb
    (to put (a person, oneself, troops etc in a place or position to perform some duty): He stationed himself at the corner of the road to keep watch; The regiment is stationed abroad.) ustawiać, rozlokować

    English-Polish dictionary > station

  • 9 truss

    [trʌs] 1. n ( MED)
    pas m przepuklinowy
    2. vt
    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    (to tie or bind tightly: She trussed the chicken and put it in the oven; The burglars trussed up the guards.) związać

    English-Polish dictionary > truss

  • 10 warden

    ['wɔːdn]
    n
    ( of game reserve etc) ≈ gajowy m; ( of jail) naczelnik m; ( BRIT) (of youth hostel, in university) ≈ dyrektor m (administracyjny); (also: traffic warden) funkcjonariusz nadzorujący poprawność parkowania pojazdów
    * * *
    ['wo:dn]
    1) (the person in charge of an old people's home, a student residence etc: The warden has reported that two students are missing from the hostel.) dyrektor, przełożony
    2) ((also traffic warden) a person who controls parking and the flow of traffic in an area: If the (traffic) warden finds your car parked there you will be fined.) funkcjonariusz służby ruchu drogowego
    3) ((American) the person in charge of a prison.) funkcjonariusz obrony cywilnej
    4) ((also game warden) a person who guards a game reserve.) leśniczy

    English-Polish dictionary > warden

  • 11 warder

    ['wɔːdə(r)]
    n ( BRIT)
    strażnik m (więzienny)
    * * *
    noun (a person who guards prisoners in a jail: He shot a warder and escaped from jail.) strażnik więzienny

    English-Polish dictionary > warder

  • 12 watch

    [wɔtʃ] 1. n
    (also: wristwatch) zegarek m; ( surveillance) obserwacja f; ( group of guards) warta f; ( NAUT) ( spell of duty) wachta f
    2. vt
    people, objects przyglądać się +dat, patrzeć or patrzyć na +acc; match, TV oglądać (obejrzeć perf); (spy on, guard) obserwować; ( be careful of) uważać na +acc
    3. vi
    patrzyć, przyglądać się

    to keep a close watch on sb/sth — bacznie kogoś/coś obserwować

    watch what you're doing/how you drive — uważaj, co robisz/jak jedziesz

    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    [wo ] 1. noun
    1) (a small instrument for telling the time by, worn on the wrist or carried in the pocket of a waistcoat etc: He wears a gold watch; a wrist-watch.) zegarek
    2) (a period of standing guard during the night: I'll take the watch from two o'clock till six.) warta, wachta
    3) (in the navy etc, a group of officers and men who are on duty at a given time: The night watch come(s) on duty soon.) wachta
    2. verb
    1) (to look at (someone or something): He was watching her carefully; He is watching television.) obserwować, oglądać
    2) (to keep a lookout (for): They've gone to watch for the ship coming in; Could you watch for the postman?) wypatrywać
    3) (to be careful of (someone or something): Watch (that) you don't fall off!; Watch him! He's dangerous.) uważać
    4) (to guard or take care of: Watch the prisoner and make sure he doesn't escape; Please watch the baby while I go shopping.) pilnować
    5) (to wait for (a chance, opportunity etc): Watch your chance, and then run.) czatować na
    - watchful
    - watchfully
    - watchfulness
    - watchdog
    - watchmaker
    - watchman
    - watchtower
    - watchword
    - keep watch
    - watch one's step
    - watch out
    - watch over

    English-Polish dictionary > watch

  • 13 watchdog

    ['wɔtʃdɔg]
    n
    pies m podwórzowy; ( fig) jednostka f nadzorująca
    * * *
    noun (a dog which guards someone's property etc: We leave a watchdog in our office at night to scare away thieves.) pies-stróż

    English-Polish dictionary > watchdog

См. также в других словарях:

  • Guards — (g[aum]rdz), n. pl. A body of picked troops; as, The Household Guards. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • guards — guards; guards·man; …   English syllables

  • Guards — Guards, the a group of ↑regiments (=large groups of soldiers) in the British army, originally those who guarded the king or queen …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Guards — /gadz/ (say gahdz) noun any of various, usually elite, military regiments such as the British Grenadier Guards …   Australian-English dictionary

  • GUARDS — General Unified Ammunition Reporting Data System …   Military dictionary

  • Guards — noun Any of several regiments in the Household Division of the British Army …   Wiktionary

  • guards — gÉ‘rd /gɑːd n. careful watch; sentry, watchman; protection; alertness, defense; carefulness; conductor (British) v. preserve, watch over, keep, protect …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Guards — (Huten) for Medieval long swords there are essentially 14 recognizable and effective fighting postures overall (called Leger or position in German and Guardia or Posta in Italian), of these five are major universal ones that correspond to High,… …   Medieval glossary

  • GUARDS — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Guards Division (disambiguation) — Guards Division may refer to one of the following.* British Guards Division of the British Army (WWI and WWII) * Guards Armoured Division of the British Army (WWII) * Guards Division of the British Army (modern) * Russian Imperial Guard * Guards… …   Wikipedia

  • Guards Polo Club — is the most prestigious polo club in the world [The Polo Magazine 6/08; Issue 1; Page 19; Paragraph 1] and is the polo club associated with the British Royal Family. HRH Prince Philip, The Duke of Edinburgh has been President of the club since… …   Wikipedia

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