słownik polsko - angielski

język polski - English

piętro po angielsku:

1. floor


Although most islands in the ocean have been mapped, the ocean floor is generally unknown.
wooden floor
The floor is dirty! the shopkeeper reprimanded him. "You haven't even paid for the suit yet, and you're already getting it dirty!"
You are invited to attend a meeting at 2:30 p.m. in the meeting room on the second floor. Thank you.
But Dima would never wear the glasses. Suddenly, his body went limp and he collapsed to the floor.
In 1912, the Austrian tailor Franz Reichelt died jumping off the first floor of the Eiffel Tower while trying out his new invention, the parachute coat, which did not work...
They studied it a little bit, but they couldn't spend all day finding out what to do, so they finally picked up the other one, and the water went out again, all over the floor.
It was difficult for a girl with her face and figure to make it across the dance floor without bumping, by only the purest of accidents, into one roué or another.
This club is fearfully dull. The dance floor is empty and the smoking patio is packed.
This product is both a floor polish and a dessert topping.
Using a doubled-up cushion in place of a pillow I lie down on the hard wooden floor with nothing but a carpet spread over it.
You wake up lying on the rocky floor of a dark cave. A little light filters down from above. You can just make out a couple of openings leading away from the cave. What do you do now?
I'd get a soup plate and then slide the glass very carefully over to the edge of the table, and let the water run into the soup plate - it doesn't have to run onto the floor.
An argument broke out on the floor of the convention hall and in no time fists were flying.
When I tried to move the desk, one of its legs made a jarring sound as it scraped across the floor.

Angielskie słowo "piętro" (floor) występuje w zestawach:

na egzamin ustny 5 klasa cz. 2 - FURNITURE AND ROOMS
Houses / Domy poziom średniozaawansowany
3.2 World Bank Oxford Excellence - Dom
09.04.2018 Starting out episode 4
Fiszki z książki - "Sonnets and Songs" (Helen Hay ...

2. storey


The storey is destroyed.
five-storey building
A bungalow has only one storey.
My block is fourteen storeys high
Storey and floor, whiles they can mean the same thing, are sometimes used differently. One might say a building has ten storeys or ten floors, but Mr. Brown lives on the fifth floor of a ten storey building.
He won't work at the top ot the 20 storey building
an eight storey building
a ten / multistorey building
a three-storey house

Angielskie słowo "piętro" (storey) występuje w zestawach:

Angielski II gimnazjum kartkówka unit 5
Fiszki z książki - "Ypres and the Battles of Ypres...
Fiszki z książki - "Old Crosses and Lychgates" (Ay...
Fiszki z książki - ""Trip to the Sunny South" in M...
G. Kardaś SPEAK UNIT 2-3

3. upstairs


On my way upstairs I thought of the famous pianist.
She called down from upstairs to ask what the noise was about.
I had not been waiting long before I heard footsteps coming upstairs.
It seems that the burglar broke in through an upstairs window.
Can you bring down my trunk from upstairs?
We have two spare rooms upstairs, neither of which has been used for years.
Some kind of party upstairs kept me up till one last night.
Go upstairs!
John spoke in such a loud voice that I could hear him upstairs.
It looks like Janet's going to be kicked upstairs.
After an awkward pause, Bill took her by the hand and dragged her upstairs.
Upstairs there were four made beds, but on three nobody ever slept.
From the corridor, you can reach the living room, the kitchen, and the toilet, or you can take the stairs upstairs, where the bedrooms and the bathroom are.
I live in this flat, and an old woman lives upstairs.
I have to go upstairs for a moment. (Muszę na chwilę iść na górę.)

Angielskie słowo "piętro" (upstairs) występuje w zestawach:

flats and houses
rozdział 'dom'