||Translation / Tłumaczenie
||Example / Przykład
|if my memory serves me well
||jeśli mnie pamięć nie myli
||Darling, if my memory serves me well I have seen you somewhere.
|in a nutshell
||Fortunately we managed to close the debate at last and in a nutshell it was stiff boring.
|in a row
||He won the gold medal three times in a row.
|in a sense
||w pewnym sensie
||In a sense she is quite similar to her mother.
|in a word
||If I was to describe him in one word, this would be hilarious.
|in bad taste
||w złym guście
||Sehe has little idea about how a modern woman should look like. Her yesterday's dress was in a completely bad taste didn't fit the occasion.
|in black and white
||For safety sake, any agreement should be signed in black and white.
||For a reason known only to him, he was buying all the stuff in bulk.
|in cold blood
||z zimną krwią
||On Friday two people were murdered in cold blood and thrown into the river in Nashville.
|in fits and starts
||Let's face the truth. You will never finish this work if you work in fits and starts.
|in good faith
||w dobrej wierze
||All the money were given to the poor in a good faith. What happened to the funds then, was unacceptable.
||Putting all his things together, in haste he forget to take a camera.
|in no time
||I understood the task in no time and did the job correctly.
||In practice a lot of things are more difficult than they initially appear.
||She was laughed at and scorned in public but she ignored the voices of evil-doers.
|in the doldrums
||For a couple of years the housing business was in the doldrums. Now the situation has slightly changed therefore you can find some potential clients.
|in the hole
||Because of gambling my father was one hundred and fifty thousand dollars in the hole. We all left him and moved to our grandparents' house.
|in the long run
||na dłuższą metę
||In the long run, it is better to invest the money than to keep them in a bank offering pathetic low interests.
|in the middle of nowhere
||She left me in the middle of nowhere with only some change money to call someone.
|in the palm of your hand
||mieć kogoś w garsci, kontrolować kogoś
||He is this sort of person that likes to have everyone in the palm of his hand. People are really afraid of him.
|in the pipeline
||Five months were in the pipeline. Then the area was ready to let in the team of specialists.
|in the red
||When the rough times come naturally many companies will refer to themselves as being on the red.
|in the wash
||It is useless to look for your shirt Tim, it is in the wash.
||In theory many people seem to be such good citizens.
|in two minds about something
||w rozterce odnośnie czegoś
||You see I am in two minds about paying visit to our aunt. If I do so the other members of the family may become offended.
||I cried and cried in vain. Nobody would have heard me anyway as the walls were soundproof.
||He offered his services several times to us, every time in writing.
|in your birthday suit
||Some people don't mind go jogging in their birthday suit. It is outrageous!
||na wylot, na lewą stronę
||I know him inside out which means I know him very well.
|it goes without saying
||oczywiste jest że, nie trzeba mówic że
||It goes without saying that when someone say "hallo" you should greet him too.
|it is now or never
||teraz albo nigdy
||Tell her that if she wants to pass the exam it is now or never. If she doesn't take it she will be expelled from school.